Using slapstick comedy, off-the-wall story lines and sophisticated special effects, the Fist team of "lifestyle vigilantes" wage war on mediocrity wherever they find it. If that's confusing... See full summary »




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2008   2004  
1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »




Series cast summary:
Craig Anderson ...  Steve Foxx 16 episodes, 2004-2008
Bryan Moses ...  Rod Foxx 16 episodes, 2004-2008
Tony Walters Tony Walters ...  The Womp / ... 16 episodes, 2004-2008
Doug Bayne ...  Mephisto 15 episodes, 2004-2008
Hollie Andrew Hollie Andrew ...  Tara 8 episodes, 2008


Using slapstick comedy, off-the-wall story lines and sophisticated special effects, the Fist team of "lifestyle vigilantes" wage war on mediocrity wherever they find it. If that's confusing, then maybe you're too old for this fast-paced comedy adventure series, that both celebrates and satirises contemporary social issues and popular culture. Or perhaps you just need more fist.

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After the first series, the show was on a prolonged hiatus, with the ABC divided over the issue of whether or not to continue making the show. In March of 2006, after a number of attempts by the creators and support from fans via an on-line petition, the ABC finally gave the okay for a second series to be made. Shooting for the second series may begin in September 2006. See more »


[first lines]
Steve Foxx: [Steve chuckles]
[to Camera]
Steve Foxx: G'day, and welcome to "Double the Fist". The show where we, the Fist Team, present you, the piss-weak audience, with some of the most extreme lifestyle choices you could make.
[quick-cut montage of Steve doing Kung-Fu moves to rock music]
Steve Foxx: First up, we hit the sunny seaside town of Kiama, where we show some of those spineless locals how to earn fist.
[close-up on Steve's face]
Steve Foxx: [shouts] Let's go!
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2 March 2007 | by mijbrilSee all my reviews

There are shows in the world that are unique to their country of origin. You watch "Yes Minister" & know that's uniquely English. You watch "Friends" & know that it's uniquely American.

"Double The Fist" is not only uniquely Australian, it's just simply UNIQUE with some of the most off-the-wall humour ever made. Made on an embarrassingly small budget, everything about the show works in the way intended. Each episode follows a basic guideline of the crew having thought of something completely absurd, then The Womp, Rodd Foxx, Tina T & Mephisto interact even more absurdly (& usually violently) with the idea (with Steve Foxx commentating along the way) until most things are destroyed in random acts of violence while earning "Fist".

The show quite rightly won the 2004 AFI award for Best Comedy Series. Here's hoping Series 2 can maintain the impetus generated 3 years ago.

Highly recommended if you don't mind cheap production & absurdity mixed into a very unique blend.

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21 May 2004 (Australia) See more »

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