Part one of three from this full length television programme.
Part two of three from this full length television programme.
Part three of three from this full length television programme.
Described by co-creator Jamaine Ross as a sketch show "told from a brown perspective", this Māori Television series pokes the taiaha into life in Aotearoa. Hosted by improv trio Frickin Dangerous Bro – Ross (Māori), Pax Assadi (Persian) and James Roque (Filipino) – the show adds a multicultural 21st Century update to the skit traditions of Billy T James and Pete and Pio. This first episode mines comedy from white people, brown mums, hangi, sports reporting, subtitles, service station staff, and sat nav. NZ Herald’s Gracie Taylor called it "smart, funny, relevant and insanely relatable".
Man I’m so glad to have subtitles or I would not have been able to understand that all … I only know like basic reo like kia ora, that’s all …– James Roque
Made with funding from NZ On Air