Extremely Australian references are the secret ingredient in ‘Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House Of Fun’

Extremely Australian references are the secret ingredient in 'Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House Of Fun'

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Eagle Boys Pizza. Footy. Four N Twenty pies. Grant Denyer. “Silly sausage.” Dogging ya mates. These words may not mean anything to you — unless you’re Australian, or you’re reading this after watching Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House Of Fun

The new Netflix comedy series is the lovably dim, filthy baby of beloved Australian comedy trio Aunty Donna, produced in L.A. late last year with a team that included executive producer Ed Helms and guest stars like Paul F. Tompkins, Comedy Bang Bang’s Scott Aukerman, and Weird Al Yankovic. The basic premise, for want of a better word, is that Mark (Mark Bonanno), Zach (Zachary Ruane) and Broden (Broden Kelly) live together in a house, and have adventures that include interviewing potential housemates, training for the ‘Lympics, getting the house ready for a visit from the Queen, and being sent on interdimensional spy missions.  Read more…

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