Fou Fou Habib won $22 Million in the lottery, and bought a house (mansion) next door to the O'Neill family. A Comedy satire of both Lebanese and British background Aussies.
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Helen Dallimore Helen Dallimore ...  Olivia O'Neill 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Darren Gilshenan ...  Jack O'Neill 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Georgia Flood ...  Madison O'Neill 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Michael Denkha ...  Fou Fou Habib 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Camilla Ah Kin Camilla Ah Kin ...  Mariam Habib 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Sam Alhaje ...  Toufic Habib 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Tyler De Nawi ...  Elias Habib 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Kat Hoyos ...  Layla Habib 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Rob Shehadie Rob Shehadie ...  Jahesh 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Tahir Bilgic ...  Mustafa 14 episodes, 2016-2017
Pippa Grandison ...  Anthea 6 episodes, 2016-2017
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Fou Fou Habib won $22 Million in the lottery, and bought a house (mansion) next door to the O'Neill family. A Comedy satire of both Lebanese and British background Aussies.

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2016 (Australia) See more »

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Jungle FTV See more »
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In episode one, a large painting of a nude man can be seen in the background on the wall after they first move in. The nude man is actually Toufic. See more »

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So funny and so true
25 April 2016 | by amelesdadSee all my reviews

I know that if you watch this with your built in prejudices and looking for a problem you'll hate it. Just open your mind and watch and listen as they tell you the truth about the human condition. All the labels such as "Lebanese" "Muslim" "Islamic" are irrelevant. This is about people. The kids are who they are, the adults are who they are - all have the same ambitions, pretensions and foibles as everyone else in the world. At least channel 9 has the balls to make something. F*%$ the PC bull and open your eyes to reality. Without the pushing of boundaries there is no exploration of people. As a first generation British Pakistani Muslim I have seen the same growth of the community here which is being mimicked all across the world in migrant communities. There are the hard workers, then there are the shirkers. The gang culture which is laughable as it is based upon the African Americans who did suffer oppression and there backlash is real. Anyone who chooses to come here cannot be upset when some people don't want them there. The majority of the time people left their homelands because some people didn't want them there. Enough rambling - suffice to say the show is true to its roots and should be lauded rather than vilified.


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