With their father there’s always a catch.... Colt Jenson and his younger brother, Bastian, have moved to a new, working-class suburb. The Jensons are different. Their father, Rex, showers them with gifts - toys, bikes, all that glitters most – and makes them the envy of the neighbourhood. To Freya Kiley and the other local kids, the Jensons are a family from a magazine and Rex a hero - successful, attentive, attractive, always there to lend a hand.
"Left me unsatisfied"
Meet filmmaker Barney Kettle, who liked to invent stories but found a real one under his nose. Barney Kettle knew he would be a very famous film director one day, he just didn't know when that day would arrive. He was already an actual director - he'd made four 15-minute films - but so far only his schoolmates and the residents of the High Street had viewed them. Global fame was a little way off. It would come, though.
Big Time: Happy days! Davey Warner, Sunil Deep and Tay Tui have been selected to play for the South East school rep team, the South East Slammers. It’s a dream come true, even if Mr Perfect, Josh Jarrett from Shimmer Bay under 12s, is named captain. Training for the rep side is twice a week, no excuses and no exceptions. Davey, Sunil and Tay would go 14 times a week, especially if it meant they could miss out on class with old Mr Mudge.