The Almighty Johnsons (2011–2013)
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Goddesses, Axl, Come in All Forms 

A heavenly sign draws both gods and goddesses to the city of Whangamaungamoa to look for Frigg. Meanwhile, Ty tires of always being stuck in the Friend Zone.

Director:

Mark Beesley

Writers:

James Griffin (created by), Rachel Lang (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Emmett Skilton ... Axl Johnson
Timothy Balme ... Mike Johnson (as Tim Balme)
Dean O'Gorman ... Anders Johnson
Jared Turner ... Ty Johnson
Ben Barrington ... Olaf Johnson
Fern Sutherland ... Dawn
Alison Bruce ... Agnetha
Rachel Nash ... Ingrid
Michelle Langstone ... Michele Brock
Eve Gordon Eve Gordon ... Stacey
Geoff Dolan ... Derrick Hansen (as Geoffrey Dolan)
Olivia Tennet ... Delphine Hansen
Robyn Paterson Robyn Paterson ... Angelicka Hansen
Peter Webster Peter Webster ... Vicar
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Storyline

It's hammer time, as a road trip to follow a falling star takes the god boys into uncharted territory - to a heartland of darkness where the usual rules no longer apply. The paths of the gods and goddesses cross at a rural funeral and both groups encounter the current incarnation of Thor, but will Axl mate with Thor's daughter, Delphine? Meanwhile, Olaf and Ingrid bond, and Anders and Michele spar with one another. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Country:

New Zealand

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 2011 (New Zealand) See more »

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Trivia

In the hot tub, they're drinking a bottle of Fenrir, named after the mythical wolf foretold to kill Odin during Ragnarök. See more »

Quotes

Axl Johnson: We have to get out of here.
Anders Johnson: Why?
Axl Johnson: Before she tries to kill me again.
Anders Johnson: We're not doing that.
Axl Johnson: Why not?
Anders Johnson: Because it wouldn't be very godlike.
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Connections

References The Sound of Music (1965) See more »

Soundtracks

Damn the Dam
Written and performed by John Hanlon (as J Hanlon)
Licensed courtesy of John Hanlon
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