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    Chatterbox7

    [1]Oct 25, 2006
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    this is the first topic on this forum.. i doubt that any1 will read this considering Mortified isn't exactly what you'd call popular. Just something might interest you i actually got to audition for Mortified.
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    aslans

    [2]Oct 26, 2006
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    Really? That's pretty cool. What role did you audition for?
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    Chatterbox7

    [3]Nov 4, 2006
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    i think one of the main characters.... i'm not sure. But it wasn't a really formal audition. Shame it's not on anymore
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    WinxClubRulz

    [4]Feb 27, 2007
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    Chatterbox7 wrote:
    i think one of the main characters.... i'm not sure. But it wasn't a really formal audition. Shame it's not on anymore
    It is on now, at 4pm every wendesday on the nine network. Hey i know where the show got the kilts, and tartans for the episode in season one where they go and visit their scottish relatives. It's from a scottish shop in Australia.
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    Manderkewey

    [5]Jun 10, 2007
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    Nice show, refreshing style, when I compare it with all its USA competitors.

    Especially Marny Kennedy is credible in her role as Taylor Fry. Hector and Brittany are also great child actors. They takingtheir job, or so I deem, more seriously than the "grown-ups".

    Is there, down yonder, really a Sunburn Beach? Looks lovely to spend a holiday.

    Any other nice Australian Show?

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    amazing_race

    [6]Jan 5, 2008
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    It's all right, but I think they could make it a bit better.
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    needtogetalife

    [7]Feb 9, 2008
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    Manderkewey wrote:

    Any other nice Australian Show?

    There are other australian shows like H20, wicked science and stuff, but their not much better than live audience shows where they have to make every single joke slow and stupid. Also there's As the bell rings, but it's too short with a slow pace. Btw, it's "Down UNDER", who the hell says down yonder?!
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    Manderkewey

    [8]Apr 18, 2008
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    "down yonder" Pretty common. fe: "Way down yonder in the pawpaw patch" Just google it!!!

    Anyway Needtogetalife, thanks for your suggestions.

    I'll try to find those shows.

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    purplerae

    [9]Aug 7, 2008
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    needtogetalife wrote:
    Manderkewey wrote:

    Any other nice Australian Show?

    There are other australian shows like H20, wicked science and stuff, but their not much better than live audience shows where they have to make every single joke slow and stupid. Also there's As the bell rings, but it's too short with a slow pace. Btw, it's "Down UNDER", who the hell says down yonder?!

    I like this show and Wicked Science! I don't know H2O though.

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    Manderkewey

    [10]Sep 29, 2008
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    Let me explain the difference between "under" and "yonder".

    "Yonder" is simply an old fashioned word for "over there".

    Many older songs and texts say "yonder" referring to the "Deep and Faraway South". For example New Yorkers referring to New Orleans. Louis Armstrong's song "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans".

    I borrowed this old-fashioned and lovely expression to refer to your beautiful country that is Australia. (Way down South looking from Europe) I hope this settles the "down yonder" issue.
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