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Angry Boys 1 Season 2012

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Season 1
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4.3 out of 5 stars (67) IMDb 7.8/10

Chris Lilley is at it again! The Australian comedian/actor/writer who gave the world the cult hit series 'Summer Heights High' amps up the laughs in Season 1 of this riotous comedy series that sheds a comical light on today's disenfranchised youth.

Starring:
Chris Lilley, Deborah Jones

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Season 1
1. Episode 1

Series Premiere. Daniel and Nathan annoy their mom and rag on one another; tough-love prison guard Gran rears her juvenile inmates.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: January 1, 2012
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2. Episode 2

S.mouse's new song goes viral, inspiring Nathan--from across the globe--to break the law. Gran takes an animal-loving inmate under her wing.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: January 1, 2012
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3. Episode 3

Daniel plans a farewell party; Blake Oakfield explains his surfing career.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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4. Episode 4

Jen Okazaki markets her skateboarding-star son Tim as a gay teen; Daniel tries to keep Nathan from self-stimulation.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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5. Episode 5

When the twins' mom invites a deaf boy over to befriend Nathan, Daniel can't contain his jealousy. Jen explains Tim's strict diet and exercise regimen; S.mouse records a track with his girlfriend.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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6. Episode 6

Daniel throws a house party while his mom and Steve are out of town. Blake starts a 'fat boys' surf camp. Gran is reprimanded for insulting an inmate.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: January 15, 2012
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7. Episode 7

When Daniel takes his homophobic comments too far, his mom forces him to hang out with a gay classmate. S.mouse violates probation in an attempt to prove his fame; Jen gets on Tim's nerves.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: January 22, 2012
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8. Episode 8

Daniel tries to benefit from Nathan's way with girls. Blake lends his car to a friend and ex-con; Gran hosts 'Family Day' at Garingal and reveals a secret.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: January 22, 2012
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9. Episode 9

Nathan makes it known he doesn't want to go to boarding school; Tim gets fed up with Jen imposing a gay lifestyle on him; Blake contemplates various methods of self-improvement.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: February 5, 2012
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10. Episode 10

S.mouse shows off fashion-forward looks at his album's photo shoot; Daniel and Nathan hold special roles in their mother's wedding; Gran tries to make Garingal's isolation cells a bit less lonely.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: February 5, 2012
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11. Episode 11

Daniel gets the farm ready for Nathan's farewell party; Jen goes into crisis-management mode; Gran gets and gives some bad news; S.mouse has an epiphany.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: February 12, 2012
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12. Episode 12

Gran gets closer to her family; S.mouse catches a break; Tim moves back to California, with Jen in tow; Blake finds the confidence to surf again. Nathan's last day in Dunt is one he will never forget.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: February 12, 2012
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If you enjoyed Summer Heights High or any of Lilley's other work, you won't be disappointed by Angry Boys. The series picks up with a (mostly) fresh set of characters, and the ideas keep flowing without feeling recycled. The story even contains more dramatic moments that make you empathize with the characters at times, which only makes the series that much more memorable. Overall, a very entertaining collection worth your time and money if you appreciate Lilley's genius. Solid 5/5.
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The comedy genius of Chris Lilley of `Summer Heights High' fame returned with this rocking gem of a series. Chris plays a number of characters including identical twins, Daniel and Nathan Sim. Nathan is going profoundly deaf and reluctantly their mum has decided he has to go to Deaf School. So Daniel decides to throw the most awesomest farewell party ever in the uninspiring backwater where they live called `Dunt'. They also have a guinea pig loving grandmother, who works in a juvenile correction facility and is simply called `Gran, Chris also plays her.

We also get to see the lives of their `Legends', who are all being invited to the party. These heroes are surfing legend Blake Oakfield, African American rapper Schwayne Jr who is also called S.mouse! and has all the intellect of a door mouse and a girlfriend with the best name ever - Lasquisha. Chris Lilley plays both of these too. Then their third `Legend' is skate boarding hero Tim Okazaki, who has inspired his over controlling mother to turn him into a global brand, based on the fact that he is gay and therefore everything is `Gay Style', problem is that Tim is in fact straight. His mum is played by Chris too and is my favourite character in the whole show, but they are all pretty good if not excellent.

There are twelve episodes and the stories are all woven together really well and this is done in a documentary style, with interview pieces to camera as well as action footage. The humour can be quite gross in places especially where the twins are concerned and the language can be quite adult, but I just loved it heaps and was totally stoked by it enough to watch it twice. So if a bit of down under humour is your thing then you won't go far wrong with Angry Boys - oh and the opening titles are great too - ripper!
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I'm not sure if I'd prefer to call Chris Lilley an outrageous comedian or a convincing character actor because, truthfully, he is both. Having been a tremendous fan of Lilley's most recent endeavor "Summer Heights High" in 2007, I was eager to look into this new project. "Summer Heights High" had Lilley playing various characters in a mockumentary about a typical Australian high school. The series skewered every conceivable cliche of that world in highly amusing ways and yet still had great heart and warmth. The show won the Australian Film Institute's top prizes for Best Actor in a Television Comedy for Lilley as well as Best Comedy Series. Lilley aims for something much bigger and broader in "Angry Boys." Here, the various plot threads are not confined to one setting but spread across the world! It's an interesting approach but one that isn't as instantly accessible as some of Lilley's other pieces. At first, I had certain favorite characters that I felt stole the show. But as things progressed, the interrelationships started to appear (although tentatively) before Lilley brought everyone closer for the finale.

The eccentric characters that Lilley portrays here include the rambunctious and troublemaking Sim twins (previously seen in We Can Be Heroes), their grandmother who is a tough but fair reform school matron, a ruthless Japanese businesswoman willing to exploit her skateboarding son, a laconic surfer who is still living his boyhood dream despite his adult responsibilities, and a surprisingly successful American rapper. At first, it would appear that these four disparate stories would have little common ground, but Lilley makes each of these diverse character types quite distinctive. The heart of the show has to be the Sim family led by battling twins Nathan and Daniel.
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I'm not sure if I'd prefer to call Chris Lilley an outrageous comedian or a convincing character actor because, truthfully, he is both. Having been a tremendous fan of Lilley's most recent endeavor "Summer Heights High" in 2007, I was eager to look into this new project. "Summer Heights High" had Lilley playing various characters in a mockumentary about a typical Australian high school. The series skewered every conceivable cliche of that world in highly amusing ways and yet still had great heart and warmth. The show won the Australian Film Institute's top prizes for Best Actor in a Television Comedy for Lilley as well as Best Comedy Series. Lilley aims for something much bigger and broader in "Angry Boys." Here, the various plot threads are not confined to one setting but spread across the world! It's an interesting approach but one that isn't as instantly accessible as some of Lilley's other pieces. At first, I had certain favorite characters that I felt stole the show. But as things progressed, the interrelationships started to appear (although tentatively) before Lilley brought everyone closer for the finale.

The eccentric characters that Lilley portrays here include the rambunctious and troublemaking Sim twins (previously seen in We Can Be Heroes), their grandmother who is a tough but fair reform school matron, a ruthless Japanese businesswoman willing to exploit her skateboarding son, a laconic surfer who is still living his boyhood dream despite his adult responsibilities, and a surprisingly successful American rapper. At first, it would appear that these four disparate stories would have little common ground, but Lilley makes each of these diverse character types quite distinctive. The heart of the show has to be the Sim family led by battling twins Nathan and Daniel.
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