Login or Sign Up
This Australian comedy follows a year in Fergus' life, showcasing his erratic family, and his adventures at school among friends.
Fergus McPhail and his family arrive in town. Fergus saves Lambert from some bullies and they become inseparable friends.
The Best Man for the Job
Fergus asks for Lambert to stand for school elections with disastrous results. Unwanted relatives make an unwelcome visit.
Everybody knows that Fergus' mum is expecting a baby except Fergus. He is too busy embarrassing himself on the soccer field trying to impress Sophie.
Lambert joins the school's new buddy system so he can be near Angela. That leaves the way clear for Fergus to play soccer with Sophie.
Fergus and Lambert get caught in the girls shower block trying to retrieve a soccer ball.
Row Your Own Rissoles
Fergus and Lambert stumble upon holiday work with the cranky Captain McCorkindale's hire boat business.
Fergus bites off more than he can chew when he appears in a chocolate bar commercial and meets the alluring Tracey Dee.
In a Jam
Fergus allows himself to be used as a pawn in Tracey Dee's protest against the a marmalade manufacturer.
The Play's the Thing
Fergus and Lambert write a play together but fall out when they both want different leading ladies.
Mother of Invention
Fergus inadvertently gives Angela joke inventions for her public speaking contest. Senga returns home with Leon because the squat has been demolished.
Fergus jumps to the wrong conclusion when he sees Sophie's stepfather, Ben, with another woman.
The kids are unhappy with their purchases at Budget Teen. Some astute bag swapping leads to unforeseen consequences.
Dad decides the whole family must have a dummy run to be prepared for when the baby comes. Mum decides they can do it without her.
Fergus returns to school a hero after delivering his mum's baby.
The Grass is Greener
Fergus swaps houses with Rodney but finds the grass is not any greener over the back fence.
Fergus is thrilled when Dad brings home a large dog which turns into a bargaining chip.
Fergus and Lambert pretend to be French to impress a couple of girls to make Sophie and Angela jealous.
A Different Complexion
Fergus is enthusiastic when he thinks the art class is getting a nude model.
Fergus accepts Jen's challenge to see who is the better musician. Senga has returned to school but runs foul of a girl who plays a mean trick on her.
Fergus takes part in Razzle Dazzle, a tournament of mind and muscle. But he learns the hard way about being a team player.
Fergus is accused of being bad mannered until Sophie and Angela step in to right the wrongs. Jen cons Mitch to go on a date and Dad ends up on TV.
Every Stick Has Two Wrong Ends
Dad reveals embarrassing stories from Fergus' childhood on TV which results in people assuming that Fergus is adopted.
Fame goes to Angela's head and when she starts hanging around the McPhails to see Dad, Fergus gets the wrong idea and thinks she is interested in him.
A Brush with Reality
Fergus, Lambert and Jennifer's band is sabotaged at the audition for the end-of-year school dance.
On a school bush excursion, Fergus gets closer to Sophie while Lambert shows his true colours in helping Angela at her time of need.
Last Dance with Sophie
At the school dance Fergus glumly prepares to say goodbye to Sophie. But things don't quite turn out that way.
More Like This