Chris Lilley shares deleted scenes from Angry Boys and Ja’mie: Private School Girl that never aired on TV – as he hits back at critics of Lunatics
Chris Lilley is one of Australia’s most popular – and controversial – comedians.
And following the release of his Netflix show Lunatics, deleted scenes have resurfaced from his previous mockumentaries, Angry Boys and Ja’mie: Private School Girl.
The never-before-seen footage was first shared by the comedian on YouTube in 2016 and went viral in the past week due to the headlines surrounding Lunatics.
Never seen before on TV: Deleted scenes from Chris Lilley’s previous shows Angry Boys and Ja’mie: Private School Girl have started going viral amid his return to the spotlight
In the Angry Boys clip, Daniel discusses his lack of success with women.
‘It’s s**t that Nath [his twin] looks exactly the same as me but he pulls way more chicks than me,’ says Daniel.
The 17-year-old brothers, who live on a small farm in South Australia, first appeared on Chris’ original series We Can Be Heroes in 2005.
The unseen footage was filmed in 2010, but was not featured when the show aired on television the following year.
Remember this character? In the Angry Boys clip, identical twin Daniel, who was played by Chris, is discussing his lack of luck with the ladies
That’s so quiche! The deleted scene from Ja’mie: Private School Girl shows Ja’mie (Chris) helping love interest Mitchell (Lester Ellis Jr.) during a home work out
Another deleted scene from Ja’mie: Private School Girl has also re-emerged.
The show, in which Chris plays snobby schoolgirl Ja’mie King, aired in 2013 after the character first appeared in We Can Be Heroes and Summer Heights High.
In the deleted scene, Ja’mie assists her love interest Mitchell (Lester Ellis Jr.) as he works out in a home gym.
Fan favourite: Character Ja’mie first appeared in previous Chris Lilley series We Can Be Heroes and Summer Heights High
Over the weekend, Chris hit back at critics of his controversial new series Lunatics, which debuted on Netflix last month.
He defended his mockumentry-style comedy, telling The Weekend Australian he won’t give in to naysayers.
‘I’m not trying to do the thing that is trendy at the moment,’ he said.
The award-winning funnyman added that he plans to continue making ‘clever, layered’ characters like he has done in the past.
No one will stop him! Last week Chris revealed he will continue making ‘clever, layered’ characters such as Jana Melhoopen-Jonks in Lunatics (pictures) despite bad reviews