Go Girls: episode guide


January (Dream On)

Episode 1.01
New Zealand: ?
Australia: Friday, August 07, 2009 (Ten)
Written by Gavin Strawhan, Rachel Lang
Directed by Angela Bloomfield

Amy, Britta and Cody are three young women suffering their quarter century crisis: 25 and what have they achieved? They make a vow that in one year they'll each fulfil their ambition. Their mate-since-childhood Kevin, admires their pluck but, to be honest, since Amy, Britta and Cody are currently Tragically Poor; Tragically Unknown; and Tragically Single, he reckons it's going to be a bit of an ask.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Phil Brooks as Steve, Julie Collis as Shop Assistant, David James as Auctioneer, Elliot Christensen-Yule as Noah, Alex Ward as Bass Player, Simon Jonassen as Drummer, Alana Gordon as Singer, Alexander Barrington-Nash as Young Kevin, Katie Begbie as Young Amy, Imogen Williams as Young Britta, Mahalya Karora as Young Cody

February (Signs and Obstacles)

Episode 1.02
New Zealand: ?
Australia: Friday, August 14, 2009
Written by Gavin Strawhan
Directed by Angela Bloomfield

Amy gets a foot in the business door but Kevin smells a rat; and sparks fly when Britta meets up with a former flame.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Phil Brooks as Steve, Dean O'Gorman as Marco, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Rudi Vodanovicha as Young Man

March (First Catch Monkey)

Episode 1.03
New Zealand: ?
Australia: Friday, September 11, 2009
Written by Kate McDermott
Directed by Katie Wolfe

Everyone pitches in to solve Cody's man problems; and Britta gets a lucky break.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Phil Brooks as Steve, Jason Hood as Nick, Dane Dawson as Jason, Debbie Newby as Assistant Director, Blair Strang as Joseph, Mark Williams as Director, Michael Hallows as Zoltar

April (Mothers and Daughters)

Episode 1.04
New Zealand: ?
Australia: September 18, 2009
Written by Gavin Strawhan
Directed by Katie Wolfe

Britta's quest to be famous at all costs sees her applying for a new reality TV show called "Mother v Daughter". After being called down to the studio, her hopes are high, but she quickly discovers she's actually been enlisted as a party fairy for the executive producer's young boy.
Amy's quest to become rich involves the same executive producer — she becomes her personal assistant, hoping to discover the ways to fame and fortune behind the camera.
A new man enters Cody's life — just as she hoped. Problem is — he's Possum's teache and he's married.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Lynette Forday as Antonia, Caleb Griffiths as Gabriel, William Wallace as Grant, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Sarah Owen as Sandra (PA), Sophie Nathan as Tuscany, Daniella Harris as Heather, Lee Foreman as Reality Show Mother, Anna Sheridan as Reality Show Daughter

May (Loyal)

Episode 1.05
New Zealand: ?
Australia: September 25, 2009
Written by Gavin Strawhan
Directed by Katie Wolfe

When Amy's ex Brad loses his high flying finance job, he turns to her for comfort. But green-eyed Kevin's not having any of it; he tips off Brad's wife, and resident superbitch, Angelina about Amy and Brad's secret meetings. Then, Gwen drops a bomb when she reveals to her family that she's been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Ari Boyland as Scott, John Tui as Timbo, Elliot McKee as Jesse

June (Less Than Zero)

Episode 1.06
New Zealand: ?
Australia: Friday, October 02, 2009
Written by Kate McDermott
Directed by Katie Wolfe

Britta is struck by tragedy; Amy gets the wrong idea; and there's a new McMann in town.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Shara Connolly as Candy, Bill Johnson as Reg, Elizabeth McRae as Mavis, John Tui as Timbo, Elliot Mckee as Jesse, Michelle Blundall as TV Reporter, Atlas Christie as Police Officer, Ross Stokes as Chapel Staff Member

July (I Should Be So Lucky)

Episode 1.07
New Zealand: ?
Australia: Friday, October 09, 2009
Written by Rachel Lang
Directed by Angela Bloomfield

After a string of hideous experiences, Cody puts on a brave face and shows up to yet another blind date only to be stood up. As luck would have it Ben is there and the pair end up having a date, sort of.
Amy is working hard for Antonia and manages to pitch some new ideas. When she realises that Antonia has renamed one of her ideas and claimed it as her own, Amy takes this in as a valuable lesson, but Larry is less sanguine.
Kevin ponders the nature of luck vs circumstance but when he finds himself at the bar with a very drunk Amy he decides to seize the day and declare his love. Unfortunately, all Amy hears is a declaration of undying friendship.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Lynette Forday as Antonia, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Gareth Reeves as Philippe, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Sarah Somerville as Helen, James Napier as Mark, Charmaine Guest as Lia, Monique Bree as Kirby, Brian Moore as Greenie, Aaron Parke as Pierced Guy, Jimmy Baker as Streaker

August (Great Expectations)

Episode 1.08
New Zealand: ?
Australia: October 16, 2009
Written by Kate McDermott
Directed by Angela Bloomfield

Britta gets to know a long-lost relative, but is Don really her father? Meanwhile, Cody's relationship with rugby star Eli takes a giant step forward, and Amy struggles with Cody's new life.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Gareth Reeves as Philippe, Roy Ward as Don, Ari Boyland as Scott, Charmaine Guest as Lia, Monique Bree as Kirby, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Julie Collis as Shop Assistant, David James as Auctioneer, Wendy Karstens as Doctor, Lance Jackson as Hairy Guy, Damien Avery as Random Guy, Alexander Barrington-Nash as Young Kevin, Katie Begbie as Young Amy, Imogen Williams as Young Britta, Mahalya Karora as Young Cody

September (Faking It)

Episode 1.09
New Zealand: ?
Australia: October 23, 2009
Written by Gavin Strawhan
Directed by Britta Johnstone

The incredible has happened; Kevin has slept with Amy. The next morning, Kevin is in seventh heaven but lost in the hangover from hell, Amy doesn't remember that they even did it.
Cody and Eli are steaming ahead with engagement plans and parties, photo shoots and happy families. Everything on the surface looks perfect but there's something amiss in this fairytale… how long will Cody be able to ignore the truth?
Amy's world starts to unravel when she discovers her Dad's not as perfect as he makes out. In a drunken stupor he writes off a car, and even manages to give Jan a blow to the face. Will Amy keep standing by her father after all this?

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Brooke Williams as Wanda, Gareth Reeves as Philippe, Ari Boyland as Scott, James Napier as Mark, Charmaine Guest as Lia, Monique Bree as Kirby, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Natasha Cos as Young Amy, Amy Harris as Young Britta, Sophie Nathan as Tuscany, Julie Rowe as Photographer, Aaron Lupton as Lout, The Exiles as Engagement Party Band

October (Changes)

Episode 1.10
New Zealand: ?
Australia: October 30, 2009
Written by Kate McDermott
Directed by Britta Johnstone

Amy still doesn't seem to remember the best night of Kevin's life, but Kevin insists he's glad; this way nothing changes. Besides he's got a hot new lady in Wanda who seems on his wavelength about keeping it casual.
Business at Finders Seekers is good, but Larry is in rehab and Amy is still a long way from achieving her goal. When Brad drops by with news that her old house is soon going back on the market, Amy wonders how she can get the money together she needs to buy it.
Britta's mum and her new-old flame, the one legged Ron, throw a surprise wedding before sailing off into the sunset. But then terrible news; there has been a storm and Fran and Don are missing.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Brooke Williams as Wanda, Roy Ward as Don, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Michelle Blundall as Reporter, Betty Messent as Gran, Dominic Bowden as Himself

November (Do the Right Thing)

Episode 1.11
New Zealand: ?
Australia: November 06, 2009
Written by Kate McDermott
Directed by Britta Johnstone

Cody makes a big decision; Amy gets a new partner; and Britta considers a different kind of fame.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Brooke Williams as Wanda, Jared Turner as Ben, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Dean O'gorman as Marco, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, Rachel Wallis as Linda, Judy Rankin as Leslie, Rawdon Christie as Newsreader, Kelly Windsor as Cara, Rachel Jones as Rosa, Shayne Blaikie as Mr Jamieson

December (Sex, Lies and Home Renovations)

Episode 1.12
New Zealand: ?
Australia: November 13, 2009
Written by Gavin Strawhan
Directed by Peter Salmon

Britta digs for dirt on Eli; Amy and Brad exchange mixed messages; and Cody makes an alarming discovery.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Gareth Reeves as Philippe, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, James Napier as Mark

January (Dream Believers)

Episode 1.13
New Zealand: ?
Australia: November 20, 2009
Written by Rachel Lang
Directed by Peter Salmon

One year on, Amy, Britta, Cody and Kevin return to the beach where they first made their pact; Cody's big day brings heartbreak and surprise; and it seems everyone believes in fairies.

With: Matt Whelan as Brad, Tania Nolan as Angelina, Stephen Lovatt as Larry, Theresa Healey as Alison, Ingrid Park as Fran, Annie Whittle as Jan, Irene Wood as Nan, Bronwyn Bradley as Gwen, William Davis as Wiri, Brittany Wakelin as Possum, Jared Turner as Ben, Joe Naufahu as Eli, Gareth Reeves as Philippe, John Tui as Timbo, Elliott McKee as Jesse, James Napier as Mark, Adam Gardiner as Lesley, Monique Bree as Kirby, Gloria Strawhan as Sarah, Justin Curry as Minister, Michelle Blundall as Reporter