Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Anna Hutchison, Ari Boyland, John Tui & Damien Avery on "Go Girls" (2009)

Anna Hutchison (Lily, Jungle Fury) continued her starring role on the New Zealand series "Go Girls." She's joined in the eighth episode by a handful of other PR alums. Her character Amy Smart finds herself closing up her socks business and quickly getting herself deeply involved with other business revolving around her family & friends. She spots her brother driving a nice car with an older woman and when she later sees him hugging the woman and taking cash from her, Amy believes her brother might have turned into a gigolo. Ari Boyland (Flynn, RPM) reprises his role as Amy's brother, Scott, who later reveals to his sister that he's not cougar bait after all. He's taken a major position in their father's car re-sale business, which Amy decides to go back to since her career is in the toilet. Meanwhile, one of Amy's best friends, Cody, is planning her wedding to popular soccer player Eli, played by Joseph Naufahu (Guard, RPM), but when Amy meets some of Cody's new high society friends, she hears rumors that Eli may be gay and only using Cody to stop the media rumors. Amy looks into the matter and reveals it to Cody, who turns on her for meddling in her marriage dream, even after Cody herself discovers it's true. Cody's wedding plans spread around the garage where she works, which has her male friends all excited about her marrying a soccer star, including John Tui (Daggeron, Mystic Force), who reprises his role as Timbo, one of the garage's employees. Tui appears in two scenes of the episode. Also appearing in this episode is Boyland's RPM co-star, Damien Avery (Corporal Hicks, RPM). Avery appears in a few scenes of the episode, as a customer who buys some drinks at the bar where Amy's best friend Britta works. He flirts with her relentlessly, despite Britta showing no real interest in him. He doesn't back off until Britta's newly-discovered father shows up to defend her honor.

Anna Hutchison

Ari Boyland

John Tui

Damien Avery

Season 1 of "Go Girls" is available on DVD (Non-U.S.)

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