In this episode we are introduced to the 'Namer 3000' a supercomputer designed to overcome the shortage of Aboriginal names required to be given to parks, suburbs and riverside walkways - but is it everything it's cracked up to be? We also meet a first contact woman whose first contact with the white man has turned her in to a beer swilling, darts playing, Manchester United supporting Chav. Meanwhile we drop by a traditional wedding, we have another unnerving lesson with the Driving Instructor, the Tiddas appear to be on the verge of something bigger than Troy's big bent budhoo, and the Beachies ponder the reasoning behind the 'Ab' in Aboriginal. We also go back in time to revisit one of the classic 'lost' Australian gothic horror movies of the early 70s, the unforgettable 'Wandaroorah'. Made in the tradition of 'The Cars That Ate Paris' and Wake In Fright', only not as good, 'Wandaroorah' is about a small country town that hasn't seen so much as a single Aboriginal in generations, ...