Thank God You're Here (Australia)

Season 2 Episode 10

November 8 2006

Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Nov 08, 2006 on Seven Network
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Episode Summary

November 8 2006
The Season 2 Grand Finale sees five of the most popular performers grace the Thank God You're Here stage.

Shaun Micallef looks ready for the outdoors. Julia Zemiro is wearing a nice sparkling dress. Hamish Blake is wearing his weight in special-effects make-up and looks very much like an old man. Tony Martin appears to be part of a SWAT team. And Frank Woodley is ready to sail the high seas.

The all-in group challenge sees the performers dressed for a day at the races with Tony Martin as a jockey.moreless

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  • 'The' perfect ending to another brilliant season of the most original show on Australian television today.

    Season 1 was fantastic, season 2 was just as good and as the perfect way to make us miss our Thank God You're Here the final episode for season 2 was, in my opionion, the best episode to date. Shaun did a great job, Frank is always funny, Julia had a good situation, Hamish made my cry with laughter and Tony Martin was excellent. The show included its regular side-clips, funny as usual but the real achievement was the amount of actual laugh-out-loud humour this episode gave us during each individual comedians scene. This episode was truly one of the best, and was an example of how good Australian programming can get. Great fun to watch, 9.8 out of 10 from me.moreless

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    • Most Valuable Performer: Tony Martin

      It was Tony Martin's third appearance on the show, recording his first win.

      Shaun Micallef, Hamish Blake and Frank Woodley all made their fifth appearance in this episode and all have had just one previous win.

      It was the fourth appearance for Rockwiz's Julia Zemiro, who has recorded one win from the first series.

    • Both Julia Zemiro and Frank Woodley did not enter through the door. Julia entered through a double door at the back of the set, while Frank had to crawl through a tunnel leading him into an 18th century ship.