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The Greatest Show, Man

Episode 5
Thu, September 28, 2023 (Stan)
Written by Kick Gurry
Directed by Kick Gurry

Justice comes to Behati-Prinsloo — in the form of Josie Justice. Although there for the boys, she quickly realizes there is more to the story than meets the eye. The boys are ropeable at being cut out of their own story, so they give one last e ort to wrestle back control of the narrative. To top it off — Sean Penn enters the race to save them — dominating headlines around the world.

The camp is in ruins, but the boys dance for Director Bustard as he films. The Director seems to be loving it, but he's gone a little funny in the head since being shot, so when he suddenly doesn't love it, the boys are imprisoned in a slowly sinking cage over a rat-infested swamp. More people will watch them drown than dance!

Their own country sent someone to kill them, not save them, so Director Bustard knows no one wants to hear their story, nor the story of Behati-Prinsloo's rebels. But Josie arrives at the camp, wanting to hear and tell The Director's story.

Online news sites report that Josie is missing. She's now a captured 'beloved' journalist. With #prayforJosie trending, Director Bustard can demand a prime-time interview with Josie, or he'll kill her! The boys are left out of the plan. Josie plans a beautiful, heartfelt story about the ravaging of Behati-Prinsloo's beauty for golf courses and the selling off of their natural resources. The boys have to get out of the cage and convince Josie and Bustard to let them be part of the story.

In Australia, Ambassador Morricone thinks the dimwitted Australian PM and Defence Minister are telling the Americans to lay waste to Behati-Prinsloo, despite the public sympathy for Josie Justice.

Under cover of darkness, Lt. Pete 'saves' Josie from the camp. When he tells her that the boys' story is fake, Josie sees a new plan emerge. Australian morning news is interrupted by live coverage from Behati-Prinsloo — Lt. Pete heroically saving Josie, who informs the press that she'll be telling the boys' story, this Sunday night, at prime time!

Albhanis, spurred on by wanting his father's respect, something he feels he's never had, gets the boys out of the cage. They don't escape the camp, though. They want to tell their story, and Director Bustard's. But there's a final spanner in the works. Sean Penn is enroute to Behati-Prinsloo, to swap his life for the four boys…


  • Ben O’Toole as Rowdy Gaines
  • Kick Gurry as Dylan Fox
  • Lincoln Younes as Albhanis Mouawad
  • Alexander England as Phil Choi
  • Mel Jarnson as Shammi Amaral
  • Dorian Nkono as Mamalo Amaral
  • Fayssal Bazzi as Director Bustard
  • Rebecca Breeds as Josie Justice
  • Bella Heathcote as Jemima Justice
  • Erik Thomson as Colonel Bishop
  • Karl Stefanovic as Karl Stefanovic
  • Allison Langdon as Allison Langdon
  • Sarah Abo as Sarah Abo
  • Helen Chebatte as Maram Mouawad
  • Simon Elrahi as Jahaan Mouawad
  • Gabrielle Chan as Soojoo Choi
  • Kee Choon 'KC' Lee as Sukku Choi
  • Tricia Morosin as Bride
  • Joshua Shediak as Groom
  • Nisrine Amine as Reporter
  • Niall Connon-Jackson as Wayne Michael Peters
  • Danny Kim as Korean Talk Show Host
  • Rose Napier as Young Teenage Girl
  • Jessica Napier as Tania Towers
  • Cdarz Entertainment as Wedding Band
  • Laujine Yassin as Bustard Stunt Double
  • Tabitha Law as Josie Stunt Double
  • Chris Stanley as Lt Pete Stunt Double
  • Phil Partridge as Stunt Coordinator
  • Hamish MacDonald as Stand-In
  • John C. McGlnley as Axel Johannes
  • Nicholas Hammond as Ambassador Moriconne
  • Claire Lovering as Atlantis Gaines
  • Brendon McLelland as Gary Garry
  • Tuppence Middleton as Penny Pimberhurst
  • Bryan Brown as Warren Whistle
  • Matthew Fox as Lieutenant Pete
  • Susan Sarandon as Alaska Adams
  • Sean Penn as Sean Penn