Serial Killers

Season 1 Episode 7

The Virgin Birth

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Aired Friday 9:45 PM May 28, 2004 on TVNZ
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The Virgin Birth
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The writers officially have the day off because it's "Awards Friday". While drinking cocktails, they argue about who is going to win what, but Pauline has more important things on her mind- like how she's going to save the job of the newly pregnant actress Jessica, and axe 'baby daddy' Brent instead!moreless

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    Kip Chapman

    Kip Chapman

    Brett/Troy

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    Chloe Gordon

    Chloe Gordon

    Jodie/Jessica

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    Miriama Smith

    Miriama Smith

    Nurse Pania/Elizabeth

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      • Alan: (as they discuss how to kill off Jessica's character) Yes Matt, you are correct, Heart of Hearts has never had a character that was eaten by rats.

      • Elaine: Wow, this is so exciting! My first ever 'Awards Friday'!
        Alan: (handing her a drink) Well I'm afraid, my sweet, this is as good as it gets.
        Matt: Yep, pretty soon the actual Awards start, then the PC brigade are all in and win everything!
        Simone: And this year, 'Best Script, Drama Series or Serial' is all mine!
        Matt: Oh, hon, is that because you managed to sleep with all of the judges?
        Simone: No, hon, it's because I'm brown and you're not.

      • Elaine: (to Simone) I think you'll win because episode 2,304 was a really well written script.
        Simone: 'Course it was, Pauline rewrote most of it.
        Pauline: But the two lines that were actually yours, they made all the difference.
        Simone: And I'm brown, and you're not.

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