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Synopsis

Three years after debuting on A Haunting We Will Go, Count Homogenized makes a memorable re-entrance in this first episode of his own series, disguised as a movable charity bin. The episode has the simplicity of a good cartoon: essentially the Count endeavours to trick or talk his way past the local dairy owners, on his endless mission to make it to the milk supplies. Aside from Russell Smith in full comic flight as the Count, Lynda Milligan takes the New Zild accent in dramatic new directions as no-nonsense shopkeeper Rhonda Dearsley.

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Comments (22)

 Ralph Espinosa

Ralph Espinosa | website

Wow...Count Homogenized is a unique positive comedian craving milk so much, and doing crazy things.

He reminded me of Mad Hatter 'cause his voice was like that!

 Peta

Peta

I loved count homogenized! He reminded me of frankenfurter ;-)

 bruzie

bruzie

I remember watching this in the UK. I never knew this was a NZ programme.

 supaunez

supaunez

love it havent seen it for years fond memories good stuff

 tuul

tuul

this is so bad! yikes!

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Quotes

Is it not I, Count Homogenized, the Mr Muscle of the masses, who is making your untidy footpath a fit place to place a foot? 
Made in association with the New Zealand Milk Council