The Almighty Johnsons (2011–2013)
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And Then on to Norsewood 

As Axl's road trip takes a couple of unexpected turns, Mike and Michele take their own roads to the dark side, and Dawn becomes the launch pad for a journey Anders can't see ending well.

Director:

Mike Smith

Writers:

James Griffin (created by), Rachel Lang (created by) | 6 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emmett Skilton ... Axl Johnson
Timothy Balme ... Mike Johnson (as Tim Balme)
Dean O'Gorman ... Anders Johnson
Jared Turner ... Ty Johnson
Ben Barrington ... Olaf Johnson
Fern Sutherland ... Dawn
Michelle Langstone ... Michele Brock
Rachel Nash ... Ingrid
Shane Cortese ... Colin Gunderson
Stuart Devenie ... Johan 'Joe' Johnson (Njörðr)
Hayden Frost Hayden Frost ... Zeb
Jennifer Ward-Lealand ... Karen
Eve Gordon Eve Gordon ... Stacey
Josh Randall ... Bouncer
Curtis Vowell ... Bevan
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Storyline

Axl's father-son road trip goes from exciting to alone and stranded, somewhat saved by a stalker. Zeb, bereft of paying roommates, fears sexual advances from Ingrid and homelessness from landlords demanding rent. A glib ad lib from Anders leaves at least one fundamentalist Christian ready to worship at Michele's feet, but due to Michele's healing power, Ingrid sees a way of accruing cash. Colin, meanwhile, moves forward on his mayoral campaign trail, firing volunteer helpers for this reason or that till finding true help in Dawn. Olaf sees an addiction danger in Mike overusing his godly gift for profit. Written by statmanjeff

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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Colin: A cup of tea and a biscuit. it's not exactly champagne and caviar, is it? But then, again, the people I want to talk to you about today are not champagne and caviar people. They'd like to be - gosh, wouldn't we all? - but that kind of lifestyle is beyond their means, because they are the REAL people of this hard-working, honest city. People like Dawn, our hostess. Dawn works in an office. She sits behind a desk. She has a sandwich for lunch, not a three-course meal at a fine restaurant. She is ...
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References The West Wing (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

The Captain
Written by Lukasz Pawel Buda (as L. Buda), Tom Callwood (as T. Callwood), Chris O'Connor (as C. O'Connor), Will Ricketts (as W. Ricketts), Samuel Scott (as S. Scott), Conrad Wedde (as T. Wedde), Richie Singleton (as R. Singleton)
Performed by The Phoenix Foundation
Licensed courtesy of The Phoenix Foundation / Universal Music Group NZ
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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 August 2013 (New Zealand) See more »

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