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This sex in the capital city series centres around 30-something Melissa (Luanne Gordon), who has shed a corporate legal career to set up a male strip revue. The Gibson Group-produced show married the fretful modern woman protagonist of Ally McBeal with the hen's night appeal of Ladies Night; it screened for two series on TV3. In this episode from the first series Melissa enjoys her towel-clad new flatmate Adam (Robbie Magasiva), while her copper boyfriend Shane (Stephen Lovatt) doesn't. And Mel's teenage daughter contemplates 'the first time'.

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 Danny Mulheron
 Dave Gibson
 Chris Ellis

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Quotes

A cross between Ally McBeal and SeaChange in downtown Wellington. 
Now that’s a tool 
I don’t understand it. One minute I’m a mature savvy post-feminist feminist, next minute I’m a doe in heat ... turned on by a couple of rutting stags. 

Awards

2003 TV Guide NZ TV Awards
Best New Programme (People's Choice)
Best Juvenile Actor/Actress: Renee Ellwood
Best Script, Single Episode of a Drama Series or Serial: Paula Boock & Kathryn Burnett