Quite a distinct type of hunmour is needed to watch this type of 'comedy'. The swearing anf foul language used gets excessive though and tiresome. I am so glad I don't live in their neighbour hood
Have not watched it yet, because it is a present, but have seen it on tv & laughed my head off. Sick sense of humour, but hilarious!
brilliantly funny Aussie humour at its absolute best
If you can laugh at yourself(or find humour in the things/ relationships we have)this show will definitely amuse. Not for the straight laced, uptight type but certainly for the down-to-earth 'nothing too seriously' person. most ppl will find a character on here they can identify with or know someone one character reminds them of, if not - get yourself some new friends and move to Sunnyvale LMFAO
Funny but close to the sad truth
If you have liked other Aussie comedies like Fat Pizza with plenty of foul language and slap stick you should like this. It shows the lower end of the Australian multicultural society and what they get up to with comic relief of coarse. The scary thing is that some of the characters are too close to the real thing in todays culture, i personally know people like this and they arent doing it for the camera. Some out loud laughs but some is hit and miss in these 9 episodes.
great aussie humour and value for money
As i am a swift and shift couriers fan i had to see housos only watched the first disk so far and its not dissapointing very funny its a shame one of the actors died in real life Ian Turpie In march 2012 RIP