Controversial comedy Housos returns in fourth season with comedian Paul Fenech as “Thong Warrior”

The controversial comedy series Housos will return to 7Mate and 7plus on Wednesday, May 25, with a new season of wild and politically incorrect humor.

Creator and star Paul Fennec, 51, returns as the franchise hero of Frankie, who sets off to become the nation’s first “Thong Warrior”.

Frankie goes to war with the authorities and becomes Australia’s first “terrorist thong”, forcing him to hide.

Back with a bang: The controversial comedy series Housos will return to 7Mate and 7plus on Wednesday, May 25, with a new season of wild and politically incorrect humor

When Frankie survives in the countryside, challenging cool guys in fierce fights with thongs, a police “Task Force Against Thongs” is sent to capture him.

Meanwhile, in his hometown of Sunnyvale, locals learn that Frankie has become a millionaire in bitcoin.

Shaza (Ella Doe), Holden (Kira Brock-Fentan) and Kev (Kevin Taumata) went looking for Frankie.

Go, crazy Max!  Creator and star Paul Fennec, 51, returns as the hero of the Frankie franchise, who sets off to become the country's first

Go, crazy Max! Creator and star Paul Fennec, 51, returns as the hero of the Frankie franchise, who sets off to become the country’s first “Thong Warrior”

Housos, which first aired in 2011, satirizes Australians who live in housing commissions, swear too much and know how to ruin the welfare system.

He tells of the worldly life of Shaza, Daza, Frankie and Kylie, four best friends who live in the fictional city of Sunnyvale.

The news trailer shows people being beaten and a crowd of violent protesters surrounding a police car and threatening.

Hot chase: meanwhile in his hometown of Sunnyvale, locals learn that Frankie has become a bitcoin millionaire

Hot chase: meanwhile in his hometown of Sunnyvale, locals learn that Frankie has become a bitcoin millionaire

In another scene, Frankie takes off his thongs and throws a big man at them, hitting him evenly in the face.

The show’s third season, Housos vs Virus: The Lockdown, sparked controversy in 2020 because of its storyline about Covid’s limitations.

Channel 7 was criticized for “deaf” satire when the country was in the midst of a pandemic.

Back: The third season of the show, Housos vs Virus: The Lockdown, has sparked controversy in 2020 with its story about the limitations of Covid

Answer: The third season of the show, Housos vs Virus: The Lockdown, has sparked controversy in 2020 with its story about the limitations of Covid

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