An epilogue to â€˜The Wong One' â€¦ the boys are back in the tent hanging out after the kidnapping and the street party, and explaining the world of Morningside to their new kiwi mates White and Wong. The boys will then chat, as boys do, and give Wong and White the low-down on Morningside, the boys' families and friendships.
Special exploring behind the scenes at the world of New Zealand's first adult animated series.
Dad gets a girlfriend (somehow!). The boys wake up one morning and there’s a Canadian backpacker in the house who seems set on being their new Mum! Valea tells her to piss off, (until she wins him over with yummy food) while Vale tries hard to accept the “step mom”, but struggles because of his deep love for his mother.
It’s Halloween and the boys go trick or treating and end up at a haunted house on the outskirts of Morningside where they meet the ghost of a young Maori boy who died in the 1800s but is still stuck between the dead and the living. The ghost possesses Jeff, who starts acting really weird and the boys have to save him from a life of mentalness!
Dad becomes a member of the prestigious Morningside Club. Although he only got in because they desperately need brown members, Dad loves it and becomes the club’s most regular visitor. Dad enjoys eating the free meals, wearing a cravat, and doing the old boys' handshake ... but when Valea starts dating the club president’s daughter, his popularity plummets.
When Mack sees how bad the St Cardinal’s netball team is, he decides they need help from an expert, disguises himself as a Muslim, and impresses the girls with his excellent skills! Mack discovers the joys of female company and becomes frustrated with his monosyllabic mates. The story is further complicated when Sione falls for a mysterious stranger
It’s the annual Polyfest - the secondary schools cultural competition - and the boys are desperate to get into the glamorous Samoan group. However, when that doesn't work out (because Sione almost burnt down the stage the previous year), they decide to try something that no one has ever done … and form New Zealand's first Australian group!
Cliff Curtis organises a star-studded Matariki concert at Kia Ora Bay, but one by one New Zealand's finest musicians disappear - and Jeff gets the blame! Will Valea and Keisha rekindle their spark? Will Jeff get to sing with TrinityRoots? Is there anybody out there? And will this be the day the music died?
When world famous actor Sam Neill turns up to teach drama at St Sylvester's, the boys become his biggest fans! Mack is particularly enamoured of Sam's charm and charisma, but becomes confused by his overwhelming feelings and stuns everyone by letting one too many skeletons out of the closet! Guest starring Sam Neill, George Henare, Joel Tobeck, Robyn Malcom and Oliver Driver.
Jeff’s unhinged Uncle Murray returns from Afghanistan and takes the boys to a ‘fun’ camp... but before long everyone except Jeff realises that things are not what they seem when they find out Murray has been brainwashed by the Taliban. Will Jeff turn on his friends once and for all? Featuring special guests: Neil Finn, Tim Finn, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords).
Rakeesh converts his dairy into a Cyber Café and Valea soon becomes a ‘War is Fun’ Master, but his obsession with the game starts to take over his life, and when the boys discover that he has been having a secret relationship, they realise it is crisis time! Can Valea be brought back to the real world… or will he be forever stuck in cyberspace?
When Dad is slipped an ecstasy tablet he gets all loved up and convinces Agnes to show the world her fancy footwork in a televised dance competition. Will the pair become more than just dance partners? Will two families become one? Featuring special guests: Robert Rakete, Lucy Lawless, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Sir Howard Morrison and Scribe. Final episode.