Shaun Micallef has been making Australians laugh ever since he was in short pants. This was back in 1994, when he was nearly thirty and no slave to fashion. It was then that he joined the national TV sketch show Full Frontal. He never looked back, mainly because he hated it so much.
But for four years, Shaun dazzled audiences with a range of wonderfully bizarre comic characters, including the punch-drunk boxer Milo Kerrigan, the staggeringly incompetent TV presenter David McGhan and, of course, Fabio, the most beautiful man in the Cosmos.
They are all featured here, along with heaps of other great Shaun bits from Full Frontal. All the crap TV parodies and lame jokes about the Liberal Party have been digitally removed for maximum enjoyment. You also get the one-hour TV special that Shuan produced in 1997, which led to his award-winning ABC series.
It really is awfully good stuff, except for the Yoplait ads which we should probably have left out.