Outrageous Fortune (NZ)

Season 2 Episode 9

To Be, Or Not To Be

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 31, 2006 on TV3
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To Be, Or Not To Be
Wolf's disappearance gives everyone a chop to chew on; Cheryl doubts her future with Judd; Pascalle goes bush; and Van fears the wrath of Tyson.

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Cheryl: (when the police suspect Wolf's disappearance is foul play) This is someone's idea of a bad joke.
      Jethro: No it isn't. Crime of passion. Oldest story in the book.
      Van: Bro, I am so close to giving you the bash!
      Jethro: Oh Christ, Van, I'm not saying that's what I think! I'm saying that's how they're going to see it. One plus one plus one equals someone's gotta go.

    • Cheryl: Why is no one answering that?!
      Grandpa: It's your Mr Fancy Pants, Slap and Tickle, Do the Pokey-Pokey!

    • Jethro: Mum, how well do you know him? Judd? I mean, I know you bonked him...
      Cheryl: What are you asking me?
      Jethro: Well, he's bent the rules in the past, right? For you. And if... if he is actually in love with you... I don't know, I don't want to know. But if he is, how far would he go? For you?

    • (Pascalle, Eric and Munter have been searching for Wolf in the bush all day and Pascalle wants to return the next day to continue)
      Pascalle: If you don't come tommorrow I'm gonna tell mum you were staring at my ass all day.
      Eric: I don't think she'd be surprised to hear that actually.
      Pascalle: Well then I'll tell her that you dragged me out here, you got me drunk, Munter, you touched my tits and Eric, you out your hand down my pants... Good, early start then, eh?

    • Pascalle: Dad's out there hurt or injured or worse and you're worrying about my feminine hygiene?

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    • To Be, Or Not To Be:

      This is from Shakespeare's Hamlet Act 3, Scene I. Prince Hamlet says this to himself in his famous soliloquy.