Mockumentary series in which a host of characters confront various dilemmas facing young men in the 21st century. Seventeen-year-old twins, Daniel and partially deaf Nathan, live on a small farm with their widowed mum, her new boyfriend and their younger siblings. Gran is a foul-mouthed, but affectionate and well-meaning female prison warder at Garingal Juvenile Justice Centre.
Introducing `teen' US rap star and one-hit wonder S.Mouse, who is actually 24-year-old Shwayne from a wealthy LA background. Gran deals with a new admission to the juvenile detention centre, and Nate is caught imitating S.Mouse's music video by the police.
Introducing fading surf legend Blake Oldfield and his crew, the Mucca Mad Boys. Daniel starts planning a big send-off for Nathan, who is leaving for deaf school. S.Mouse expresses himself creatively by releasing a new song directly onto the internet. Contains strong language.
Introducing Jen Okazaki, the single-minded mercenary mother of teen skateboarding sensation Tim. Blake initiates new members to the Mucca Mad Boys gang. Daniel seeks a solution to Nate's porn addiction. Contains strong language.
Kerry Sims invites a deaf teenager to spend a day at the farm with Nathan. Nathan starts retaliating for Daniel's behaviour, apparently taking the high ground although actually anything but. Jen shows her son Tim the lickable shoes range he'll be endorsing, which includes sushi and lychee flavours. Rapper S.Mouse encounters creative differences with girlfriend Lasquisha while making his newest recording. Contains strong language.
Daniel throws a house party while his folks are away. Gran is reprimanded after overstepping a line in her professional behaviour which ultimately brings her closer to the withdrawn Talib. Blake starts the Fat Dudes surf school, but in boosting the boys' esteem he ends up questioning his manhood. Contains strong language.
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