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He has a girlfriend named "Wondermoll" (Mc Elhinney).In the later series', Blokeman has an nemesis, "Metrosexual Man" (Mallory).The fourth series, characterised by darker and even more risque material than the first series of 'Comedy Inc.- The Late Shift' (words such as fuck, for example, are no longer censored), ran 25 1-hour episodes in total, following an extension of the series by the Nine Network, making it the longest running series of the show to date.The new show marked the beginning of a collaboration between new head writer Rick Kalowski and producer/director David Mc Donald. The new series marked the departure of Ben Oxenbould and Gabriel Andrews from the show, and their replacement with the popular Australian comedian Scott Brennan and actor Simon Mallory.(After working together on 45 episodes of the show from 2004, the pair left the show at the end of the fourth series in late 2006). In a new 10.30 pm timeslot on Sundays, it again dominated its timeslot, proving especially popular with younger viewers.In 2005 two one-hour specials called "Comedy Inc: Takes out TV" were aired, the first during the series and then the week following the final episode before "The Late Shift".
A recurring sketch features Emily Taheny as an unnamed woman who approaches other women at inappropriate and private moments such as going to the toilet, showering at a gym or giving birth to a baby.
Marsh, was named the president of the Santa Fe Railroad at the time the engine was added to Disneyland.
was an Australian sketch comedy television series, which ran on the Nine Network from 19 February 2003 to 26 December 2007.
Emily Taheny and Mandy Mc Elhinney played two women on an informercial-like programme, selling odd items or already invented items such as a decorative dynamic compression plate or an ice cube tray.
Their respective catchphrases which are said several times throughout the sketch are "sensational" and "absolutely". The skit always begins with a comic strip story, explaining about an average man (who spoke in a general Australian accent) who made his own beer in his kitchen to have only had it explode, thus becoming "Blokeman".
When Metrosexual Man appears in a sketch, he is usually followed by the phrase "gay in everyway, except for sexual orientation".