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 Claire Jansen (13 episodes, 2001)
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23 August 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

..did they take this awesome show off TV? I remember watching this show when it was first on, but it didn't last too long, and it was one of the last Aussie sitcoms we've seen in a long long time. See, the thing is kiddies, that the TV stations don't care about us so they put on crap, and axe funny and quirky shows like Flat Chat. one that, thanks to late night re-runs, I can laugh along too all over again. The always delightful Jean Kitson plays Claire, an upper class snob, who has recently divorced her rich husband, Barry (Richard healy) and is living in a horse Stable, on the property of Barry and his new wife, the always wonderful Alexandra Davies. So a love triangle of sorts ensues, and with each episode we are treated to Claires hilarity as she struggles to accept her sudden middle-class-dom.

Funny Stuff, pity it ain't around anymore, thank god for late night re-runs!


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