The Sideshow

Season 1 Episode 6

Episode 6

Aired Saturday 9:30 PM May 26, 2007 on ABC1
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Episode 6
Paul McDermott welcomes to the stage comedian Peter Berner and juggler Joel Salom as well as musical performances by The Kransky Sisters and Dappled Cities Fly. Also appearing were regular guests Paul Livingston, Claire Hooper, Tripod and The Umbilical Brothers.

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      • Paul McDermott: Well my friends, tonight in the sight of God and before this Holy congregation I'd like to announce that I too will be standing for the ALP. Thank you! I've got policies, ladies and gentlemen. My health policy is: Stay healthy, because if you get sick under my policy you're on your own. My education policy is: Ignorance is bliss! Thank you! What you don't know can't hurt ya, but who you don't vote for can.

      • Paul McDermott: I'm also in excellent physical shape. There's nothing I like more than putting on a tracksuit and running around Kirribilli house, until a security guard confiscates my air rifle.

      • Paul McDermott: I promise you, people of Australia, not only will we pull a rabbit out of a hat, we guarantee by 2010… no hat in this country shall go rabbitless!

      • Paul McDermott: We'll also have a top team of ABC stars on the staff. Mr Squiggle will write my upside down education policy, Thomas the Tank Engine will ensure the trains tell you when they're running late, Bill and Ben, the flower pot men, will ramp up the war on drugs and Doctor Who will go back in time and win us the 2004 election!

      • Peter Berner: I don't want to dwell obviously on the War on Terror, it is still going, except that obviously Tony Blair's retired and George Bush can't go anymore. Which means the only person left in this pub fight is John Howard. His mates have started a blue and then buggered off.

      • Peter Berner: I see it more and more in the paper, we're gonna have an older population people, we're gonna have to learn to deal with them. They are a vital resource, I can't stress that enough. Every single one of our older Australians is 65% water. All I'm saying: squeeze them out over a catchment area before we chuck them away.

      • Mourne Kransky: Dawns father is not Eves and my father. When Dawns father came… our father left.

      • Paul McDermott: We'll discover the bones of Ned Kelly weren't buried near Pentridge Prison, near Melbourne. Apparently after the Heath Ledger film Ned rolled over so far in his grave that he's currently somewhere near Perth.

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