The Almighty Johnsons (2011–2013)
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Typical Auckland God 

A stag do with two stags leads Axl down the path to wisdom, while Ty finds that something that is forgotten is not necessarily gone.

Director:

Michael Hurst

Writers:

James Griffin (created by), Rachel Lang (created by) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Emmett Skilton ... Axl Johnson
Timothy Balme ... Mike Johnson (as Tim Balme)
Dean O'Gorman ... Anders Johnson
Jared Turner ... Ty Johnson
Ben Barrington ... Olaf Johnson
Geoff Dolan ... Derrick Hansen (as Geoffrey Dolan)
Colleen Davis Colleen Davis ... Suzie
Fern Sutherland ... Dawn
Kevin Keys Kevin Keys ... Thom
Ryan Lampp Ryan Lampp ... Kerry
Shane Cortese ... Colin Gunderson
Eve Gordon Eve Gordon ... Stacey
Amanda Tito Amanda Tito ... Allannah
Millen Baird ... Lance
Matthew Saville Matthew Saville ... Martin
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Storyline

Penniless, abandoned and without his cell phone, Axl awakens in mysterious surroundings (and a woman's bed) yet in a familiar town. He winds up both in a happy relationship with a goddess (Frigg, maybe) and in a land dispute between homosexual-hating Thor and a fairly young neighboring gay couple. Ty, meanwhile, switches routes with a fellow courier (female) for each to avoid unsavory clients (in Ty's case, Ander's office - the functioning hub of Colin's political campaign). Uninvited guests crush his first attempt to date her, which also becomes a catalyst for a reversion of sorts (and a return of memory for Dawn). Written by statmanjeff

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 August 2013 (New Zealand) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

South Pacific Pictures See more »
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Goofs

When Ty freezes his glass while listening to Dawn and Lance argue, the camera angle from Ty's right (showing Dawn behind him) shows his frosted white frozen wine glass. After he says, "No," and Dawn says, "Sorry?" when the camera angle changes to Ty's left (Dawn's perspective), Ty's clear wine glass is not frozen. See more »

Quotes

Derrick Hansen: You don't get it, do ya? We don't belong on this earth, none of us. It hates us, it abhors us being here. We turn everything bad.
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Soundtracks

Town Like Here
Written by Adam McGrath (as A. McGrath)
Performed by The Eastern
Licensed courtesy of Rough Peel Records
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