Meet some of the lively characters including, the Tiddas, two of the most competitive, over the top gay Blackfellas, Mavis the mean-mouthed cleaning woman, the Housewives of Narromine and Deadly Dave who can fix anything. We also go behind the scenes with the men and women of Blakforce, the crack paramilitary unit responsible for policing what is and isn't black in the community.
Lillian the 'Cos I'm Black' woman bumps into a young man who foolishly says sorry, the Tiddas have a 'shop off' and we meet Jerome, an Indigenous child with no sporting ability.
Meet Tiffany, a white woman with an Indigenous boyfriend, her attempts to identify with her partner by 'acting black' get out of hand and there's a 70s Indigenous blaxploitation film and the Tiddas try to out eat each other.
Meet the Aboriginal Liberation Front, a group of radical white kids freeing their Indigenous brothers and sisters from the shackles of oppression...whether they like it or not.
Meet Tatiana, the Cultural Excuse Girl a woman who will use 'culture' to get whatever she wants, or to get out of whatever she doesn't want to do... be it in the boardroom or the bedroom.
In this final episode, we visit with Ernie Dingo in 1996, drop in at the Last Supper, and witness the special love of a blackfella for his poker machine in Pokie Love. It's a beautiful love, but one that's destined to go horribly wrong.
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