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The Dream with Roy & H.G. Episode #1.10 (2000– ) online
Original Title :
Episode #1.10
Genre :
TV Episode / Comedy
Year :
2000–
Type :
TV Episode
Time :
2h
Rating :
6.2/10
The Dream with Roy & H.G. Episode #1.10 (2000– ) online

The Dream with Roy & . 2000– ). Episode List. Season: 1. OR. Year: 2000. S1, Ep1. 16 Sep. 2000. Contribute to This Page. The Dream with Roy & .

Title: The Dream with Roy & . If any Aussie hadn't heard of this delightful satirical narrative of the Sydney 2000 Olympic games he or she has obviously been living in a shell secluded away from the real world that was for that time, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Roy and HG observed, analysed and made fun of the Olympic games in more ways that one. Noone will forget their hilarious remarks regarding the distressed facial expressions of gymnast Svetlana. Or their continual reminder of New Zealands medal tally ("0")

Nelson direct from the front deck of home base in Athens Central peer behind the facade of sport and probe the miracle that is Greece. Also Known As: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, Athens 2004: The Dream with Roy and . Follows The Dream with Roy & .

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The Dream with Roy and HG was a sports/comedy talk show, broadcast every night during the Sydney 2000, Salt Lake 2002 and Athens 2004 Olympics, presented by Australian comedy duo Roy and HG. Their. More telecasts became one of the most popular events of the Games, with Olympians from all nations queueing up to appear. The gifts given to interviewees became some of the most valuable collectors' items of the Games.