Stupid Stupid Man: episode guide
Series 1 | Series 2
It's Ross' first day as the new copy boy at COQ magazine. Van Dyke is having trouble keeping his impending vasectomy discreet. Dave, goes on a date with the work experience girl, who's young enough to be his daughter, and very well could be.
With: Georgie Parker as Doctor MacPherson, Kate Bell as Melinda, Helen Thomson as Carol Van Dyke, Joshua Clabburn as Ben Van Dyke, Courtney-Jane Polder as Rachel Van Dyke
A Very, Very Private Function
Big boss Anne is delighted with publicity the magazine receives when church groups protest outside its office. Meanwhile, the female staff aren't happy about sharing their toilets with their male colleagues.
Nick has good reason to dread his school reunion. Meanwhile, Van Dyke confronts his old headmaster. Publisher Anne is worried the magazine has lost touch with its readers - until she meets some.
With: Barry Otto as Principal Cooper, Helen Thompson as Carol Van Dyke, Daniel Feuerriegel as Kim, Leo Sayer as Himself
Advice columnist Dave finally has someone who's interested in him… but some stalkers just can't take a hint. The terrifying JA arrives at the office and takes an instant dislike to everybody but one.
With: Richard Carter as JA, Damon Herriman as Pippi, Rennee Dowling as Lavinda
Note: this episode's script was nominated for a 2007 AWGIE Award
Van Dyke's not happy when Anne employs former Australian cricketer Greg Matthews as the magazine's guest editor. After being dumped, Nick sets out to prove he's emotionally sensitive while one of the staff is spotted in a Paris Hilton sex video.
With: Leo Sayer as Himself, Greg Matthews as Himself, Tiffany Preece as Suzi
Van Dyke gets the offer of a lifetime from someone he once sacked. Meanwhile, he desperately searches for a celebrity cover girl after turning down topless shots of Nikki Webster. Dave goes speed dating and meets the pop singer of his dreams.
With: Natalie Bassingthwaighte as Sandy Clarke, Kristian Schimdt as Adam Lilycrap, Elizabeth Trevan as Dating Hostess
Note: this episode won the 2007 AWGIE Award for Comedy (Situation or Narrative)
There's a security blitz when it's revealed someone is leaking story ideas to a rival magazine. Everyone's under suspicion as Van Dyke tries to weed out the office mole. Nick is nominated for a Walkley Award.
With: Felix Williamson as Garry, Gina Boon as Herself, Tiffany Preece as Suzi, Kieran DArcy-Smith as Jack Hanson, Helen Thomson as Carol Van Dyke, Joshua Clabburn as Ben Van Dyke, Jordan Bratusa as Tibbs
Episode 1.08 (finale)
Nick defames Lleyton Hewitt but Van Dyke is more concerned about the car space up for grabs following a death in the building. Paranoia sets in when his staff have to assess Van Dyke's performance as boss.
With: Camillaah Kin as Sandra, Lyn Shakespear as Mrs Hampton, Nicole Stewart as Chicko, Leo Sayer as Himself
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