Regarding Australian Pulp Fiction

I want to talk to you today about my new favourite show, Danger 5.

I’ve only seen one episode, but I’m pretty sure it’s the greatest thing ever. It is a six episode long series that came out in 2012, and it is Australian. So for all you guys still getting all worked up about British shows and how like Luther or The Trip are so good, get on my level. Australia is the new indie frontier. I mean…The Bee Gees? So good. And between this and the S Club 7 television series, Australian television looks pretty goddamn brilliant.

I promise you will like it. Just watch the first episode on YouTube. It is called I Danced For Hitler. Just watch 53 seconds into this episode – if you’re not sold at that point, then you can quit.

But I bet you won’t.

“Wait, how do you know Portuguese?”
“Because I grew up in Braz…istol County, Rhode Island. Lot of Portuguese in Rhode Island.”
“Where you’re from?”
“Born and raised.”
“What’s the state capitol?”
“…Dallas?”

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