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Lockie Leonard s1

Lockie Leonard s1

Lockie Leonard s1

What chance have you got when your dad's a cop, your mum's a frighteningly understanding parent, your brother wets the bed, your best friend's a heavy metal devotee and then you fall in love at 12 and three quarters years old? It can only mean trouble, worry, mega-embarrassment and some wild, wild times.

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 21

Mum is having one of Polka Dot days. Like Freda the Volvo, sometimes Mum needs a bit of a tune-up. Usually, one day in bed does the job. But it's been three days already and Mum's not getting any better. And the Leonard men are starting to worry. Phillip has been wetting the bed, Sarge is putting on a brave face but Lockie can tell he's concerned and Lockie himself has come over all mature and responsible, taking on the housework and cooking duties. With so much going on at home, Lockie has decided to also be mature and responsible about his and Vicki's break-up...if he can just get his head around the definition of those two words. As the pressure gets too much for Lockie, he feels compelled to do something totally irresponsible and immature. Can he resist the bone-crunching allure of skate-boarding down notorious Zig Zag Hill?

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 22

Mum's still in hospital and it's really starting to take its toll on Phillip: his bedwetting has been getting worse. Lockie takes it upon himself to cheer his little brother up, entering them in the Annual Angelus Fishing Competition. Out in the boat, things soon go awry when the boys' find themselves stranded. The stressful situation forces Phillip to reveal what really is worrying him, paving the way for Lockie to cushion Phillip's pain - with the help of Vicki Streeton, luck...and an unlikely guardian angel.

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 23

With not much else going on in Angelus, the poor, motherless Loopy Leonards have become the preferred conversation topic. It seems everyone's talking about how the Leonards have fallen in a hole since Mum went into hospital. Now, to make matters worse, they've become the recipients of charity from do-gooders: casseroles, working bees...even random people are folding Lockie's underwear! And Lockie thinks he knows who's to blame for it all: Vicki Streeton. Is Lockie right? Or is it about time he learnt the whole world doesn't necessarily revolve around him?

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 24

Nan and Pop arrive to help out the Leonards but with Nan's cooking filling the family's stomach with stinky hot gas and Pop's dangerous driving, the grandparents are more of a hindrance. Meanwhile, Mr Streeton's blowing a lot of hot air about the place too, on the campaign trail to be re-elected as mayor. Vicki preferred things they way they were, before he donned the mayoral robes - back when he used to be home for dinner. But with no-one standing against him, what can you do? Find someone to stand against him, perhaps? But who?

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 25

Lockie's ponders the notion of the domino effect: how one small event can trigger a series of other smaller events, leading to big, potentially life-changing results. After suffering at the hands of the domino effect himself, Lockie decides to put the theory to positive use, attempting to change Vicki and Egg's home lives for the better. Meanwhile, Phillip, too, is working hard to effect change, becoming obsessed with feng shui. With mixed results.

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 26

It's the last day of school and Vicki drops a bombshell: she won't be coming back to Angelus High next year. In fact, she's leaving Angelus altogether to go to boarding school. Now her family is back together, Mr Streeton wasn't what's best for everybody. Lockie wonders how sending Vicki away is good for the family - let alone him. At home, still reeling from Vicki's news, Sarge informs Lockie their family may not be together in time for Christmas Day. While Mum's getting better, she may not be ready to come home, just yet. So, status report: no Vicki, no Mum. This is shaping up to be best the best Christmas ever. Not.

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