Soul Mates: episode guide
Series 1 | Series 2
Death and Rebirth
A bromance for the ages, Soul Mates is the story of two kindred spirits trapped in a cycle of death and rebirth. Across four different lifetimes with no knowledge of their past lives, they are forever drawn together as mates.
The Cavemen, Rocky and Sticks, explore sex and death in a time of true discovery. The Bondi Hipsters, Adrian Archer and Dom Nadier, experiment with Ayahuasca — unaware of its purpose. New Zealand trains a pair of Assassins, Roger Blade and Terry Thinge, to protect its people and inventions from Australia; and two Travel Time employees, Dave and Rob, have their relationship tested when one is promoted.
Starring: Nick Boshier as Sticks/Adrian Archer/Terry Thinge/Rob, Christiaan Van Vuuren as Rocky/Dom Nadier/Roger Blade/Dave, Rachel House as Mum, Isaro Kayitesi as Trix, Charlotte Best as Kelly, Jonathan Brugh as Q
With: Paul Ayre as Ian, Connor Van Vuuren as Phoenix, Shari Sebbens as Samus, Mary Cong as Young Yoko, Americo Gaite as Shaman, Dave Eastgate as Crud, Fernando Mir as Anthony, Silvia Philip as Yoko, Lee Lin Chin as News Reporter
Note: all cast credits are by observation and are likely incomplete
Mum gives Roger and Thinge their first mission... to entice a young Russell Crowe back to NZ. In other lifetimes, Rocky spots his perfect mate; Dom forages for modelling work; and Dave detests Rob's metal-morphasis.
With: Abe Forsythe as Casting Director, Ed Oxenbould as Russell Crowe, Robina Beard as Elderly Woman, Kate Box as Aunty Hazel, Masa Yamaguchi as Cross Fitter, Jesse Rowles as Cross Fitter, Brandon Christie as Commercial Presenter, Dani Bower as Barge, Hai Ha Le as Presenter, Suz Mawer as Zen, Michael Kotsohillis as Lebanese Guy, Wade Morey as Bouncer
Above and Beyond
The Kiwi Assassins take their plot to keep a young Russell Crowe in NZ one step further; Sticks and Rocky engage in the first religious war; and Adrian and Dom pitch their fashion label to an investment bank.
With: Christopher Stollery as Mr Archer, Hai Ha Le as Presenter, Wendy Strehlow as Cersei, Glenn Chow as Bing Bong, Ed Oxenbould as Russell Crowe, Kate Box as Aunty Hazel, Lee Perry as God Poo, Gary Boulter as Duncan, Alan Dukes as Hitler, Steve Le Marquand as Gulliver
Roger and Thinge must preserve NZ's rights to Fizzy Milk; Dom continues his clandestine vacuum sales job; and Rocky challenges Sticks to the ultimate staring competition.
With: Connor Van Vuuren as Phoenix, Gary Boulter as Duncan, Peter Callan as Des Hodgkins, Susan Ling Young as Bina Bong, Brendan Cowell as Harry Cunston, Hai Ha Le as Presenter, Monique Taylor as Aussie Girl, Amanda Bathgate as Aussie Girl
Rocky and Sticks discuss the age-old question — is it wrong to eat babies? Adrian becomes suspicious that Dom is up to something; Roger quits the Kiwi Assassins; and two fundamentalist creationists visit Travel Time.
With: Lee Lin Chin as News Reporter, Ivan Topic as Ike, Sara Zwangobani as Nancy, Hunter Page-Lochard as Tyrion, Darcie Irwin-Simpson as Mary, John Mcleod as Maori Bouncer, Peter Callan as Des Hodgkins, Luke Storrier as Policeman, Steve Le Marquand as Gulliver, Hai Ha Le as Presenter, Susan Ling Young as Bina Bong, Jasmine Christie as Milk Girl, Christopher Stollery as Mr Archer
Sticks introduces Rocky to the best thing ever, spinning; Dom forces Adrian to return to the carcinogenic luxury of his father's home; Thinge and Mum uncover a dark secret; and Dave goes rogue while Roboss is recharging.
With: Christopher Stollery as Mr Archer, Connor Van Vuuren as Phoenix, Lee Lin Chin as News Reporter, Cameron Knight as Dan Bingle, Keith Thomas as Harold Mchammersmith, Tony Lynch as Mr Sanitarium, Steve Morris as Suit, Shari Sebbens as Samus
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