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Sit Down, Shut Up 

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Series cast summary:
Marg Downey Marg Downey ...  Sue Dirkin 13 episodes, 2000
Stephen Curry ...  Stuart Mill 13 episodes, 2000
Paul Gleeson ...  Felix Sedgely 13 episodes, 2000
Jacqueline Brennan ...  Helen Peters 13 episodes, 2000
Tayler Kane ...  Stefan Ravazzi 13 episodes, 2000
Christopher Brown Christopher Brown ...  Brent Townsend-Ross 13 episodes, 2000
Jodie Dry ...  Julia Denholm-Ponsford 13 episodes, 2000
Brendan Reed Brendan Reed ...  Dean Date 13 episodes, 2000
Tim McLoughlan Tim McLoughlan ...  Chaps 13 episodes, 2000
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Australia

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English

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2000 (Australia) See more »

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(13 episodes)

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An Australian sitcom that somehow premiered on UK television in 2000, a year before it screened in Australia. See more »

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Version of Sit Down Shut Up (2009) See more »

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Attempting to revive the Aussie sitcom...quite good
1 March 2001 | by marnie.davidsonSee all my reviews

I don't know which is funnier. Sue's (Marge Downey) constant degrading of Helen (Jacqueline Brennan) or Stuart (Stephen Curry) taking the good part of an episode to realise that everyone is calling him a w***er. It's typical for Australian comedy, a few laughs here and there but lacking the snap of American comedies simply because we have limited budgets...but not limited talent! Tayler Kane plays the same sort of character he played in Fire as 'Grievious', a suave (or so he thinks) hunk with no much upstairs, but plenty, we are assured, downstairs. It's not a serious series and you shouldn't view it at that. If you did you'd be pulling your kids out of school and educating them yourself. These teachers aren't too concerned about curriculum! It's like a half hour version of one Full Frontal skit. Check it out...it might surprise you.


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