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...and I hit the ball so high, that uncle Mark, forgot where he was going, and fell, face-first, into the mud...
(Driving at night) ... if not transparent then black. I dunno. I guess they’re both impractical colours for a blimp but it would be my blimp yeah? (he runs into something)
Not me lad, not me. It’s the bush you ought be keeping an eye out for. You’ve got the scent. The Bunyip’ll be thirstier ‘n a dead dingos donga this time a year.
After a while Jack had deduced that he felt this particular feeling only when he was around Toly. At first he assumed that the repulsion he felt for his friend had manifested psychosomatically. But, with each day he came closer and closer to the realization that his feelings were indeed misguided, irrational, perverse love.
Toly found nothing more attractive in a person than the idea that they liked him; his new found confidence had the unfortunate effect of inflating the belief in his suspicions and his affection shifted upon Sara.
TRAGEDY! *Bing bong!* its emotional turmoil calling! Our heroes face some morbid news at Van Diemen’s University and find themselves mixed up in a bona fide coping-mechanism-key-party. Text now to vote Jack’s feelings as the healthiest!!!
When a documentary crew visit the set of the show Malice Aforethought within this show Malice Aforethought, someone ends up with a LITTLE MORE than they bargained for… is it our heroes, being twisted by a media savvy diva, jealous of their roaring success? Or is it their arch frenemy Frank, who must begrudgingly pay lipservice to their fledgling show in his end-of-year TV club showcase? Is Harriet friend, foe, or downright hoe? Will Andrew ever fulfil his grandfather’s dying wish!? Find out on this next exciting instalment of MA!
“Even the loftiest and well guarded of hearts shan’t oft be able to esc’pe the Cupid’s arrow at Van Diemens Uni.”
– Frank, One Dimensional Malice Aforethought Character.
An unwelcome crush befalls a hero. But is an unrequited crush the most crushing, or is it that ‘tis better to have crushed and been crushed, then never to have crushed at cr-all? Meanwhile, Sara asks (begs) the show’s creators to give her more depth. Hmpphhhh!
What could be nicer than a quiet Friday night in the company of good friends? Being young, dumb and full-of-party-invites? Maybe. How about some funner friends? Our heroes grapple with this very predicament in a touching “only-as-young-as-you-feel!” romp. Pull up an office chair and enjoy the purrrrfect night in. Or is it? Meow.
Oi codger, pull up a log and have a listen. They say this finale episode is TRUE.
Once a jolly swagman, camper than a disco-thon,
Under the shade of education tertiary,
And he sang as he watched,
And waited till his claim was soiled,
You’ll come ex-a-cute this last will with me.
Our heroes are thrust into life of early European Australians, proving their ability to live without modern convenience, provide video proof that Jack deserves his great-Uncle’s land, and stop the BLOODY BANKS from getting their grubby paws all over it.
If you’re going to skip episodes, you cannot miss out on skipping this one.