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Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL is a fantasy sitcom which follows the exploits of a TV comedian (played by Shaun Micallef), who, while shopping at a used car lot for a new station wagon, instead purchases a dilapidated 1928 Porter touring car. Shaun hears the car call his name in a woman's voice. The car turns out to be the reincarnation of his dead mother (voiced by Francis Greenslade). The car is coveted by a fanatical collector named Captain Manzini (Roz Hammond).
New government. Same show. Remaining true to its mission of skewering newsmakers and events, this week border security, Sochi and the odd royal commission are all given the trademark 'Mad As Hell' treatment.
Tonight, Mad As Hell's mill boasts an abundance of grist, as Australia's manufacturing decline, unneighbourly conduct, union transparency and Schapelle Corby get a federally mandated unbiased going over.
Shaun Micallef and cast return to lambast the bombast, satirise the lies and shake the fakers and newsmakers. Shrimpgate, Medicare, the WA Senate Election and the Manus Island mutiny receive the Mad As Hell scrutiny.
Mad as Hell can't handle the truth but Shaun Micallef and cast do get hopping mad with the flying kangaroo, go insane in the Ukraine and say arrivederci to George Pell while welcoming a new school curriculum.
Like Ukrainian protestors at the hands of a Russian mob, news events get a thorough going over. The perfidy, priggishness and policy to be pilloried include the ABC, Qantas debt guarantee and welcome speeches in WA.
Inexpert analysis of Sth Australian polls, Clive Palmer's tilt at the Apple Isle, the falling of a bum tree and the shenanigans in Libya all get a guernsey (or, for those in NRL states, jersey) from Shaun Micallef and cast.
Larry is up to no good having an affair with Moe's wife, and looking to have another one with Joe's fiancee. Moe catches on and plans revenge, except Larry frames Joe for being the new man in Millie's life.
From the whale depleted oceans to the cosmonaut filled void of outer space, no corner of solar system remains beyond the reach of the satirical eye of 'Shaun Micallef's Mad As Hell'.
Voula, I reckon I'm dead or something. Do you think it's from that pact we made because our love is too much for this world? Where are you? Shouldn't you be here in the White Void too? Stav.
Mad As Hell goes out with a smile and a song. Accentuating the positive, mention of the pension and a big hug for all those we beat about the face and head this series - plus a bottle of wine to our mystery contest winner!
Shaun Micallef(Shaun Micallef)
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