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Our advertisers and politicians might tell us otherwise, but to me this is the real New Zealand, and these the real New Zealanders. They’re prim and proper, lewd and crude, shocked and shocking. Most of all, they’re extremely steamed up about their bloody neighbours.– Duncan Greive, writing in The Spinoff, 1 October 2015, ahead of the show's final episode
Uh oh, no smut on the marae thanks Alec!– Narrator Bill Kerton
I’ve always liked the fact that on Neighbours at War we can hone in on the detail and minutiae that most TV shows are very careful to avoid. It’s all about the detail when you’re dealing with the apparently low stakes and yet high drama of the disputes.– Sometime Neighbours at War writer/director Lee Baker