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Comedian Nazeem Hussain hosts an all new weekly comedy series parodying many aspects of the Australian culture, including race relations, local and international politics and pop culture, In tonight’s first episode, we meet some of the comical and controversial characters, including Uncle Sam, a taxi driver turned Prime Ministerial candidate and Imran Farook, a spiritual leader with some challenging advice for his clientele. Plus Nazeem hits the streets with a hidden camera in ‘The People Smuggling Experiment’.
|S01E01||Episode 1||23/09/2013||In tonight's first episode, we meet some of the comical and controversial characters, including Uncle Sam, a taxi driver turned Prime Ministerial candidate and Imran Farook, a spiritual leader with some challenging advice for his clientele. Plus Nazeem hits the streets with a hidden camera in 'The People Smuggling Experiment'.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||30/09/2013||Nazeem takes to the streets ready to sign autographs and pose for photos as 'ethnic' celebrities - Sachin Tendulkar, will.i.am and Jackie Chan, to see if anyone will spot the difference. The Prince of Mumbai is going speed dating to find an Aussie bride, and fast. Uncle Sam continues on the campaign trail for Prime Minister, and thinks tackles the controversial issue of gay marriage. Meanwhile, there's a new kid on the block. He's five years old, and may just be the world's cutest terrorist.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||07/10/2013||Nazeem Hussain hosts this outrageously funny comedy series, parodying many aspects of Australian culture, including race relations, local and international politics and pop culture. In this episode, 'The Hollywood Arab' gives a cooking lesson, there's a scandal in the Muslim Shore household and Imran Farook displays his psychic abilities in 'Spirit Time'. Meanwhile, the white intervention is enforced in 'Flip World', and Nazeem tackles antisocial behaviour in his latest experiment.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||14/10/2013||The Prince of Mumbai has become a restaurateur and offers an indecent proposal to unsuspecting couples on dinner dates. A focus group gives their feedback on some unusual fake products. The Indian Action Hero takes on a litterbug, Bollywood style. Uncle Sam hits the streets ready to reignite the republic debate and get rid of that pesky Queen. Another royal, Prince Harry, has come to Australia to party on a schoolies style gap year, and is introduced to some Aboriginal locals.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||21/10/2013||In Spirit Time, Imran Farook offers his take on spiritual yoga, or 'spoga'. The Prince of Mumbai is casting hopeful girls for his new reality series Make Me a Princess. Nazeem is on the streets as a charity collector with a bucket, but definitely without a cause. Prince Harry's humanitarian, army hero body double Gary is here to help him keep up royal appearances while he is partying hard on his gap year.|
|S01E06||Episode 6||28/10/2013||The Hollywood Arab is still on a search for a new career path, and is teaching an art class with a twist. Petition in hand, Nazeem campaigns to raise awareness of some particularly pesky first world problems. A theological debate about cheese rocks the Muslim Shore house. Uncle Sam has a radical plan to move all Muslims to Tasmania, to create the great state of 'Islamania'.|
|S01E07||Episode 7||04/11/2013||Imran Farook is back to make a guest invisible in Spirit Time. In his latest social experiment, Nazeem is making more unusual, illegal deliveries from the back of his dodgy truck to see if anyone will stop him, or turn a blind eye. Tension is building in the Muslim Shore house as some serious hygiene issues are revealed. A range of race-specific toy dolls are unleashed on the public.|
|S01E08||Episode 8||11/11/2013||In Flip World, casting auditions are taking place for the token white best friend in a romantic comedy. Uncle Sam attempts to secure the grey vote and takes his campaign to the elderly. Nazeem helps a group of recent immigrants by teaching them a lesson in Australian culture 101. The Indian Action Hero takes on a street gang armed with a burger, and The Hollywood Arab tries a spot of shopping.|
|S01E09||Episode 9||18/11/2013||In Spirit Time, Imran Farook is cleansing spirits during 'spoga', or spirit yoga. It's Ramadan in the Muslim Shore house and the fasting housemates are in for a big surprise - an arranged marriage. The Prince of Mumbai tries to win over the ladies of Sydney with stand-up comedy. Nazeem carries out spot citizenship tests to gauge whether Aussies are fit to live in the country.|
|S01E10||Episode 10||25/11/2013||Uncle Sam gives his Islamic Australia dream one last chance by making it onto the news. Imran Farook gives some particularly deep spiritual makeovers in Spirit Time. In Flip World where White Australians are the minority, there's an alarming security incident at the airport. Nazeem hits the streets in a social experiment to test public generosity for some controversial 'causes'.|
|S02E01||Episode 1||11/08/2014||After a successful debut season, this program has succumbed to the lure of the bright lights and big city to chase the glitz and glamour of Hollywood for a blockbuster second season. Hosted by comedian Nazeem Hussain, this program is filmed in front of a live studio audience, interspersed with pre-recorded, cleverly orchestrated hidden camera stunts, social experiments on the streets, scripted comedy sketches and riotous characters which crash through the boundaries of race relations, politics and pop culture. In the first episode, Melbourne Cabbies are the best and the bitchiest in the world so buckle in for the first installment of the Real Taxi Drivers of Melbourne. Imran Farook takes his TV show to Hollywood and realises a lifelong dream to meet Ronn Moss from The Bold & The Beautiful.|
|S02E02||Episode 2||18/08/2014||The government has enforced a racial diversity program by assigning people with 'a token brown friend' and Nazeem takes to the streets in a social experiment to test the program. Muslim Shore returns and the house is rocked by the arrival of male model Brad. It's hijab honey Lamees versus convert Michelle in a battle of Flirt To Convert. Undeterred by the lack of enthusiasm his burqa-inspired garments have attracted from journalist Paula Joye and lingerie designer Annalise Braakensiek, Uncle Sam takes his halal fashion to the streets. Imran Farook gets deep and meaningful with Gary Busey in Hollywood.|
|S02E03||Episode 3||25/08/2014||The Hollywood Arab has taken on a new gig as a wedding planner to help his comrades make sure their big days go off with a bang. In Muslim Shore, Brad makes a shocking confession about narrowly missing a serious addiction ... to sugar. Imran Farook's Spirit Time in LA invites you to the home of Melissa Rivers to discuss spirit fashion. In a skit that explores what would happen if white Australians became a new minority, Nazeem take on the role of a brown-necked shock-jock who takes controversy to new heights.|
|S02E04||Episode 4||01/09/2014||To shut down any potential terror attacks, India's counter-terrorism unit has deployed its best agent with skills to rival James Bond - Jack Banerjee. Nazeem poses as an accent interpreter for a foreign prince, but something seems to be lost in translation. Imran Farook brings more hot Hollywood gossip to Legally Brown with Mindy Sterling from Austin Powers.|
|S02E05||Episode 5||08/09/2014||Muslim Shore's Lamees and Mohammad go on a traditional Muslim date, Nazeem Hussain poses as an overly zealous OH&S officer on the streets of Sydney, and things get weird when Imran Farook sits down with Weird Al Yankovich. The studio audience plays Uncle Sam's quiz show all about Islam: Quislam.|
|S02E06||Episode 6||15/09/2014||The Real Taxi Drivers of Melbourne returns as Bilal gets a new haircut in the hopes of impressing taxi rank manager Monica. These days more and more people disapprove of common racial stereotypes, or do they? In a new social experiment, Nazeem hits the streets with an army of racially insensitive stereotypes to see how people react. Imran Farook talks with country music star Laura Bell Bundy. Uncle Sam meets the Mayor of Pittwater to pitch his ideas to stop men perving on women at the beach, and singles explain the latest dating app to hit the market - Hinder.|
|S02E07||Episode 7||22/09/2014||Dr Chowdhry is diagnosing more medical mysteries in 'What's Wrong With You?' On Muslim Shore things are heating up as the housemates spend a little too much time tanning and forget afternoon prayer time. Imran Farook's Spirit Time journeys to The Sopranos' Joe Gannascoli, and famous comedian Brian Posehn.|
|S02E08||Episode 8||29/09/2014||Uncle Sam speaks to relationship experts, including The Bachelor Australia Tim Robards. In a special Flip World where white Australians are the minority, underground rap clubs have been replaced with underground wine tasting battles and Nazeem must take on journalist George Negus. Imran Farook meets one of America's greatest survivors John Wayne Bobbitt who became infamous for having his penis cut off and re-attached.|
|S02E09||Episode 9||06/10/2014||What if Carols by Candlelight were to be replaced by a Quran Recitation by Candlelight? Nazeem hits the streets with a National Stress Test to find out if Australians really are as laid back as they say. India's counter terrorism unit has deployed its most available agent, Jack Banerjee to investigate terrorism on the streets of Australia. Nazeem plays 'Word on the Street' with the studio audience, where contestants have to guess some of the scathing comments left on Youtube about him. Imran Farook is in Hollywood and sits down to enlighten Saved By The Bell's Dustin Diamond.|
|S02E10||Episode 10||13/10/2014||Imran Farook is delighted to meet with Daniel Baldwin to debunk the Bangladesh legend that if you cut the head off a Baldwin three more Baldwin heads appear. It's Christmas on Muslim Shore and tensions between the housemates have reached boiling point. In Flip World, a company committed to caring about diversity sets up a dedicated 'white room' to make their token white employee feel comfortable.|