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Thank God You're Here

Season 2 2006
TV-14

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  • 2006-09-06T11:00:00+02:00 on Network Ten
  • 60 mins
  • 10 hours, 0 mins (10 episodes)
  • Australia
  • English
  • Comedy
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Each episode involves four celebrities walking through a door into an unknown and interesting situation, greeted by the line "thank God you're here." Each must then improvise his or her way through the scene. In between each scene, clips are shown of "practice" sessions filmed before the show, where they do things like try to sell items they know nothing about, go through an interview, or commentate an event. After all have had a go, there is an "All-In Challenge" where they are all put in the same situation together. After that, a winner is announced and given a trophy and flowers.

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10 episodes

2x01 Hamish Blake, Anh Do, Cal Wilson & Tony Martin

  • Season Premiere

    2006-09-06T11:00:00+02:00 — 60 mins

Hamish Blake looks like he stepped out of the 1950s. Anh Do tries on a chef's hat. Cal Wilson gets gussied up in a formal gown. And Tony Martin ties out the hipster look. For the group challenge, they all don suits of armor.

This week Shaun Micallef is dressed in a snowsuit complete with fake snow. Dailan Evans dons a pinstriped jacket and pink plaid shirt. Bianca Dye finds herself wearing a telephone headset and a uniform shirt with the letters "ITA" emblazoned across the breast pocket. And Josh Lawson looks very dapper as a mustachioed gentleman in a top hat and overcoat. As a group, they are put into khaki scout uniforms. The scenarios are a surprise, but much fun ensues!

Julia Zemiro shows up in a school uniform. Matthew Newton gets put in a pair of stonewashed jeans and a racing jacket. Russell Gilbert makes his first TGYH appearance in a spacesuit. Ryan Shelton also makes takes his first step through the door in a spandex outfit complete with ski boots, a hoop, and a lovely assistant.

As a group, they were challenged to play the part of a mechanic and an airline pilot. For the group challenge they are dressed in seemingly unrelated outfits.

Bob Franklin looks ready to hit the golfcourse. Fifi Box is a true fairie princess. Angus Sampson is put in a loud hawaiian-print shirt. And Tahir Bilgic looks quite official in a tie and judge-like robe. As a group, they don uniforms for a fast food restaurant.

Akmal Saleh is dressed in an ethnic outfit of some sort. Hamish Blake has a tie and white lab coat. First-timer Anthony Field is put in a martial arts uniform. And Kate Jenkinson looks most ladylike in her corsetted dress and petticoat.

Josh Lawson is quite official in a blue uniform. Alan Brough looks like an authentic World War I soldier. Andrew G is put in shorts and polo shirt with a whistle or two around the neck. And Jo Stanley gets sent through the door in pajamas.

For the all-in challenge, each of the contestants are put in a nun's habit.

Tahir Bilgiç seems to have had a big day at work. Tony Martin is an unfashionable superhero. Cal Wilson taking part in a beauty pagent. And Arj Barker is dressed extremely casually.

The all in challenge sees the performers in non-specific dress and enter onto a TV set.

Peter Rowsthorn is nicely suited up. Jimeoin is in khaki with binoculars and a lantern. Robyn Butler is dressed nicely after a big night out. And Stephen K Amos just looks very casual.

The all in challenge sees the performers as a bunch of environment loving hippies.

Glenn Robbins is a disheveled Santa Claus. Matthew Newton is in a pilot's uniform. Jo Stanley is looking fashionable. And Merrick Watts is dressed in a very plain 'librarian-like' outfit.

The all in challenge sees the performers suited up for some television coverage.

The Season 2 Grand Finale sees five of the most popular performers grace the Thank God You're Here stage.Shaun Micallef looks ready for the outdoors. Julia Zemiro is wearing a nice sparkling dress. Hamish Blake is wearing his weight in special-effects make-up and looks very much like an old man. Tony Martin appears to be part of a SWAT team. And Frank Woodley is ready to sail the high seas.The all-in group challenge sees the performers dressed for a day at the races with Tony Martin as a jockey.

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