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Series finale for Utopia tonight on ABC

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  Rob Sitch and Celia Pacquola in Utopia  image - ABC Publicity
Rob Sitch and Celia Pacquola in Utopia image – ABC Publicity

Wednesday, 1 October 2014 on ABC

Tonight is the series finale for Working Dogs latest comedy series Utopia. While the series has suffered from poor editing and to many one dimensional characters, tonights finale provides just enough laughs to make it worth a look.

Despite his grave reservations, Tony (Rob Sitch) is forced to evaluate plans for expanding northern Australia’s Ord River Scheme.

Nat (Celia Pacquola) has issues of her own with a stalled highway up-grade. Unfortunately for them the rest of the office is distracted by plans for a Mexican-themed anniversary party.

Just when things couldn’t get more complicated, Jim (Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann) makes a shock announcement.

Also stars Dave Lawson, Kitty Flanagan, Luke McGregor, Michelle Lim Davidson, Emma-Louise Wilson and Toby Truslove.

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