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Author: with Linda Barnier
Date: 22/01/2003
Words: 340
          Publication: Newcastle Herald
Section: News
Page: 87

FROM his eminent retirement in a carrot-filled mansion in Beverly Hills, Bugs Bunny introduces the stories of dozens of cartoon capers created during the Chuck Jones tenure (1939-62) at Warner Brothers' animation department.

Besides featuring Bugs and the Road Runner, the film contains adventures with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd, including the classic (and hysterical) Duck Amuck.


7pm, Prime

THERE'S new bloke in the Bay today.

Former ballet dancer Kip Gamblin takes on the beefy(cake) role of Scott, a sexy stranger who moves into Summer Bay after buying Alf's boat shed.

Scott makes his debut in a very Man From Snowy River moment, when he is spotted galloping along the beach by unlucky-in-love youngster Dani Sutherland.

Meanwhile, Alf is havin' trouble with his flamin' mind, and is still missing in action.

I'm sure someone out there cares... FOREVER SUMMER WITH NIGELLA

8pm, ABC

ONCE again domestic goddess Nigella Lawson whips lounge-chair foodies into a salivating frenzy with this latest look at easy entertaining.

Her new series is themed by colour.

Tonight's episode is Yellow, which, according to the British vixen is "the colour of happiness" (aw cute!).

On the menu is a spiked lemon cordial, a delicious slow-roasted garlic and lemon chicken and barbecued caramelised pineapple kebabs dipped in a rich Malibu chocolate sauce.


8.30pm, NBN

MY favourite stupid tool is back and this time the smirky creep is trying to get the three remaining desperadoes into the sack by taking them on lavish sleep-over dates.

The tone of the episode is set quite early in the piece when, while riding on an open-air bus in the middle of New York, the shallow tosser asks the well-endowed Amanda: `So what's the story with your boobs?'

What a class act ...

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