Kath & Kim (Australia)

Season 3 Episode 6

High and Dry

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Nov 11, 2004 on Channel Seven
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High and Dry
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Kim has always seen herself in a cul-de-sac, but Brett has bigger plans. His exciting news means Kim has to pull her considerable weight financially. Ditto Kath, whose new career venture has her stimulated big time, and that is good for everyone. As per usual, Sharon drives everyone mad.moreless

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  • Another great episode.

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    Kim is motivated to get a job after Brett manages to buy them a house. Kim is rapt when she learns Epponnee will have her own ensuite and begins planning for the future. Kim's new drive leads her to a job as a "door b*tch" at a local restaurant - which doesn't last long, as Kim was "too good" for them. Kath lands a role doing an ad for tv, Kel joins her. The two become minor-celebrities but it doesn't attract the kind of attention they want. Meanwhile Sharon has a few issues with road rage and is driving Kim mad! Another hilarious episode!moreless
Peter Rowsthorn

Peter Rowsthorn

Brett Craig

Magda Szubanski

Magda Szubanski

Sharon Strezlecki

Glenn Robbins

Glenn Robbins

Kelvin "Kel" Knight

Jane Turner

Jane Turner

Kathleen "Kath" Day-Knight

Gina Riley

Gina Riley

Kimberly "Kim" Craig (nee Day)

Lois Collinder

Lois Collinder

Incontinent Woman

Guest Star

Rebecca De Unamuno

Rebecca De Unamuno

Clog & Clock Employee

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Colin Lane

Colin Lane

Greg the Spa Salesman

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Kath: What are you reading there, Kim?
      Kim: The Da Vinci Code, I'm reading it to Epponnee as a bedtime story.
      Kath: Oh, yes, I'm reading that, but I'm reading the abridged version. It's called the Eensie-Weensie Da Vinci Code.
      Kim: Mum, why is there barely any water in here?
      Kath: Well it's a drought Kim! Phase 2 at the moment!
      Kim: Oh, just fill it up -- I would!
      Kath: No Kim! The farmers! [quietly] Actually Kim, Kel did fill it up the other day but bozzo next door dobbed us in.
      Kim: So what are we sitting in now?
      Kath: This is grey water, it's washing up water.
      Kim: [takes sponge out of water and throws it on ground] Ewwww! Mum!
      Kath: Well Kim, that's what we're reduced to, thanks to -- [neighbour sticky-beaks] Oh yes! Having a good butcher's, are we? No, don't try and hide! We can see you!
      Kim: We can see you!

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Kath: What are you reading there, Kim?
      Kim: The Da Vinci Code, I'm reading it to Epponnee as a bedtime story.
      Kath: Oh, yes, I'm reading that, but I'm reading the abridged version. It's called the Eensie-Weensie Da Vinci Code.

    • Kath: (To Kel, upon hearing that they've been chosen to star in an adult diapers commercial) You wouldn't believe the money, Kel, they're talking THREE figures!

    • Kim: It's beautiful! It's got a gym, a pool and a mezza-noyne.
      Kath: A mezza-noyne?!
      Kath & Kim: It's noyce, it's diff'rent, it's un-ewes-ual, yes, a mezza-noyne.

    • Kim: What about me? I'm stuck at home with Epponnee on my face, mum on my back and Kel up my goat. How would you like it?
      Brett: Don't get all pussy-bum on me.
      Kim: I'm just bored, Brett. Bored stupid.

    • Kath: Frankly, these days a spa pool is essential if you're going to over-capitalize.

    • Brett: Well, there it is. I know it's the worst house, but it's on the best street. It's what you're supposed to buy.
      Kim: No, you've got it all wrong. You're supposed to buy the best house on the worst street, 'cause then you can lord it over people.
      Brett: I don't want to lord it over people.
      Kim: Well, doesn't that just sum it up, Acting Assistant Deputy Sales Manager in Charge of Software. Wow, I'm impressed... not.

    • Kath: In the article they said I have to know how to play tennis and ride a bike.
      Kel: Well you've done TAFE courses in both of those.

    • Kath: Well why don't you get your old job back? You know, at the call centre.
      Kim: Didn't I tell you mum, that whole place fell apart after I left. They had to move to the outer suburbs.
      Kath: To where?
      Kim: India.
      Kath:Well you could always commute. It's not out of the realm. Well it is actually since 1949.

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