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The Times was equally enthusiastic: The parody of the language is brilliantStudying the polymerisation of new paint is vastly more entertaining.Australian viewers made the ABC's hit series Kath and Kim the most successful comedy in the country's television history a couple of years ago.Australian viewers made the ABC's hit series Kath and Kim the most successful comedy in the country's television history a couple of years ago.Now British viewers are being served a Fountain Lakes slice of Australian suburbia to go with their helpings from Sylvania Waters and Erinsbrough.Australian viewers made the ABC's hit series Kath and Kim the most successful comedy in the country's television history a couple of years ago.so give it a go, you only have 30 minutes to lose.Trust me, you will be using the term 'horndog' in everyday conversation, wrote The Sun's TV critic, somewhat confused about Kim's status as a hornbag. The series about to 'premiere' on Living TV has just finished on FTN.Now British viewers are being served a Fountain Lakes slice of Australian suburbia to go with their helpings from Sylvania Waters and Erinsbrough.Australian viewers made the ABC's hit series Kath and Kim the most successful comedy in the country's television history a couple of years ago.Originally posted by bondipom localhost/and Kim are taking Britain by storm - and raising a new generation of horndogs and hornbags in the process. I thought it was hilarious but the missus just doesn't get it.Trust me, you will be using the term 'horndog' in everyday conversation, wrote The Sun's TV critic, somewhat confused about Kim's status as a hornbag.It ran on FTN here in the UK and has just finished series 2, but Living has picked it up and is running it 2 episodes a week from the start of series 1 (last night).The Sun was one of four national British newspapers to declare Kath and Kim their quotick of the Day for its premiere on cable channel LivingTV this week.The Times was equally enthusiastic: The parody of the language is brilliantOriginally posted by bondipom localhost/and Kim are taking Britain by storm - and raising a new generation of horndogs and hornbags in the process.The Times was equally enthusiastic: The parody of the language is brilliantI saw some of the second series last year whilst in NZ, and I didn't really pay attention to it.The Evening Standard described it as a kind of Neighbours meets The Royle Family, with some fantastic pronunciation and expressions. Brilliant stuff.The Sun was one of four national British newspapers to declare Kath and Kim their quotick of the Day for its premiere on cable channel LivingTV this week. Brilliant stuff. Brilliant stuff.Originally posted by bondipom localhost/and Kim are taking Britain by storm - and raising a new generation of horndogs and hornbags in the process.The Times was equally enthusiastic: The parody of the language is brilliantGoo to see the British press's TV critics are keeping up.dontcha think? Rich.The Evening Standard described it as a kind of Neighbours meets The Royle Family, with some fantastic pronunciation and expressions.Now British viewers are being served a Fountain Lakes slice of Australian suburbia to go with their helpings from Sylvania Waters and Erinsbrough.The Sun was one of four national British newspapers to declare Kath and Kim their quotick of the Day for its premiere on cable channel LivingTV this week.Trust me, you will be using the term 'horndog' in everyday conversation, wrote The Sun's TV critic, somewhat confused about Kim's status as a hornbag.The Sun was one of four national British newspapers to declare Kath and Kim their quotick of the Day for its premiere on cable channel LivingTV this week.localhost/and Kim are taking Britain by storm - and raising a new generation of horndogs and hornbags in the process.Trust me, you will be using the term 'horndog' in everyday conversation, wrote The Sun's TV critic, somewhat confused about Kim's status as a hornbag.Sharon (the chubby best friend girl) looks somewhat different to when she played the Farmers wife in Babe and Babeig in the City though. As with any comedy, you either get it, or you don't . Brilliant stuff.however, I gave it another go, and it is highly amusing when you actually concentrate on all the dialect.Now British viewers are being served a Fountain Lakes slice of Australian suburbia to go with their helpings from Sylvania Waters and Erinsbrough.The Evening Standard described it as a kind of Neighbours meets The Royle Family, with some fantastic pronunciation and expressions.
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