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 1

Lockie Leonard, surf-rat, arrives in Angelus with his family to discover they're to live in a house that's slowly sinking into a swamp. Then Lockie meets the locals. There's a weird kid called Egg from the bogan tribe. And then there's Vicki Streeton. The first girl he's ever met who causes him to forget how to speak. If it weren't for the great waves, life in Angelus would be looking pretty scary.

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 2

It's Lockie's first day of high school and things don't go exactly to plan. After making an enemy of resident bully Boof and his gang out on the waves, Lockie is an immediate target for all kinds of special treatment at school. But with the help of Egg, Lockie deals with his newfound attention in a creative way, winning the respect of his classmates. Even Vicki Streeton is impressed with his unique tactics. Meanwhile, it's Sarge's first day at work, where he unveils his poetic approach to policing to an unsuspecting staff. As the day comes to an end, Lockie discovers Sarge has brought home a new addition to the family.

Lockie Leonard s1 - Episode 3

Mum decides it's time Lockie learned about puberty and hands him her Little Green Book, which makes Lockie begin to wonder how other people around him deal with Sex Education. Meanwhile, Lockie continues to be a target for bullies. When Lockie hands Egg over to Boof and his pals to escape having a "chat" with them himself, he is wracked with guilt. However, Lockie delays apologising when he is distracted by Vicki Streeton...and thoughts of Mum's Little Green Book. Has Lockie blown his chance to make friends with the only person in Angelus who has been decent to him?

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