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bro'Town - The Weakest Link (First Episode)

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2004

Parental Guidance

This animated hit follows the adventures of five kids growing up in the Auckland suburb of Morningside. The show's fearless, un-PC wit was developed from the poly-saturated comedy of theatre group Naked Samoans. In bro'Town's very first episode, Valea gets hit by a bus and wakes up a genius, allowing him to demonstrate that his school is not just full of dumbarses after the boys compete on a school quiz show. The Simpsons-esque celebrity cameos start strong, thanks to Robert Rakete, Scribe, Prime Minister Helen Clark, David Tua and "marvellous" John Campbell.

I'm just a part of a team and if a small child in Morningside smiles because of the success of our team, then I consider my life lived.
– Valea Pepelo

Produced by

Firehorse Films


Firehorse Films

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