– I bet you 20 bucks someone is gonna say, 'Let's throw anothershrimp on the barbie'.
(upbeat music) – Alright here, (mumbles)you've never made this one.
– Well (mumbles) I am jabber,just jabber (mumbles).
Can I get you to say with me, Ha boy ya ya.
– Ha boy ya ya.
– It's me after half a beer.
– There are some parts of Australia, where the Aussie accent is so thick, I can't even understand it.
– The thing that does now, is Australians love to merge words.
Whether it be on purpose or not.
– I can confirm that'show a lot of Aussies speak in country towns.
So Anchorman, you came pretty close.
You did a good job.
– Now just goes to (mumbles) a bunch of malarkeys.
– They put in words thatwe never use like malarkey.
– When you hear an Australianaccent in a Hollywood film, it does stand out like dog's balls.
– You're alright for a black fella.
– It's a shame that he'ssaying something pretty racist.
– But at the same time,it's not that shocking if that's his accent.
– I know that's an Australian actor, but that accent turned way up.
– I'm gonna report this tome member of Parliament.
Hey Gus, I got something to report to you.
– I'm from a small town, and our local member of Parliament did live close by and that'show my dad did approach him.
– I'm want to take this allthe way to the Prime Minister.
– I hate that this is outbecause it's a representation of who we are.
– Hey Mr.
– If you're looking for Malcolm Tumbull there's a pretty good chancethat's he's just like floating in a little ring drinkinga can of Fosters.
– The last time we didhave a prime minister go in the water, he went missing.
– I like it.
I feel like it just takes thepiss, but not offensively.
– It's hilarious.
It's just a bit of fun.
– If people are thinking thisis offensive to Australia, every other episode of the Simpsons, is making fun of America.
Even this episode.
– Not a lot of Jewishpeople where you're from? – Ahh, no.
I did do Fiddler On TheRoof though in high school.
It was like me and some aboriginals.
It was really Jewish.
– So whenever aboriginal people come up in Hollywood movies it's usually just as like the butt of the jokeor anything like that.
– When I cheap gags likethat, it's kind of like Oh, God, yet again.
Are you serious? And I do wonder whether likean international audience see that and actually reallythink that we're that stupid.
I hope not.
– To be an Aussie oncamera, doesn't mean you have to be full bogan.
– Doesn't matter if you're a small (bleep) or a big (bleep) You can play these guys (bleep) got a big barrel on (bleep) just smack him (bleep) (bleep) (bleep) – Lots of swearing.
– (bleep) Accurate.
– He's fun, he's laid-back, and I guess at our core, that'swhat most of us Aussies are.
– And when we are around Americans, we do kind of exaggerateour Australian accent and culture because wewant to be that cool person in their eyes.
– It was like they hadGogglebox on in my apartment.
– So that was spot on.
It's an Aussie trying to get an American onto Australian beer andwatch Australian sport.
Aussies are real guilty for that.
– After oday, I definitelysaw the stereotypes that I knew I would see.
It's the same stuff over and over again.
– Obviously it would be cool to get like a little bit more variety.
– A bit of diversity.
– Would be nice.
– I mean a lot of it wasjust taking the piss on us and as Australians, we're pretty chill and we just don't give a (bleep).
– All of these portrayed usas kind of uncultured yobos.
And that's not true, you (bleep).
– In Australian shows, if yousee an American character, we'll portray them asa big, fat, loudmouth.
Then, how is that different to them just making us out as bogans? – It's all fun, it's all banter, and– – It's funny.