Outrageous Fortune (NZ)

Season 1 Episode 10

The Fat Weed That Roots Itself

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Sep 13, 2005 on TV3
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Pascalle catches herself a real live TV star and Hoochie Mama's finances end up in the wrong pockets.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Peter Muller

    Peter Muller

    Grant Wilkes

    Guest Star

    Adam Gardiner

    Adam Gardiner

    Murray

    Guest Star

    Sally Stockwell

    Sally Stockwell

    Sandy

    Guest Star

    Kirk Torrance

    Kirk Torrance

    Wayne Judd

    Recurring Role

    Dane Dawson

    Dane Dawson

    Kurt

    Recurring Role

    Aidee Walker

    Aidee Walker

    Draska

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (Judd tackles Cheryl to keep her from getting in the middle of the drug bust on Luther)
        Chery: Um, is that your gun in your pocket?
        Judd: No, my gun's in my holster in my... (they both jump up)
        Cheryl: I really didn't need to know that!

      • Wolf: (referring to the photos of Pascalle and Grant having sex) The blokes in here are putting those pictures all over their walls. You know what that means when the lights go out!
        Cheryl: Jesus, Wolf, I didn't need to hear that!
        Wolf: Well, I don't need to hear it either, if you catch my drift!

      • Rochelle: So, do you think we could, like, actually go to the bank for a loan?
        Cheryl: As long as we skip the fact that we spent the money on a drug deal, I'm sure our business plan to sell peek-a-boo bras to every fat chick in West Auckland will reel them in.

      • Kasey: (in tears) I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry! It's all my fault!
        Cheryl: You took the money that we needed to buy material and gave it to your dip**** boyfriend to invest in a drug deal! Of course it's your fault!
        Rochelle: I'm sure if you explained that to the cops they'll understand.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Music Featured In This Episode:

        "Gutter Black" - Hello Sailor (during the credits)
        "I Don't Rate Your Man" - Splitter
        "Rebel" - Toy Love
        "Down In Splendour" - Straightjacket Fits
        "Sin Again" - Fiona McDonald

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Fat Weed That Roots Itself:

        This is from Shakespeare's Hamlet Act 1, Scene 5. The Ghost of Hamlet's Father tells his son, "And duller shouldst thou be than the fat weed that roots itself in ease on Lethe wharf, wouldst thou not stir in this."

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