Kiki and Kitty follows the adventures of Kiki, the good black girl in a bad white world, who stumbles across her vagina in the personification of Kitty, a big, black woman who maker her realise there is a lot more to life than she thought.
Episode 1: Kiki Comes to Town
Nervous and keen to make friends in her new job, Kiki spends a drunken night with her colleagues. The next morning, with no memory of the night, she wakes to find a glamorous stranger in her bedroom claiming to be her vagina.
Episode 2: A Blessing in Disguise
In a bid to free herself from her 'evil vagina spirit', Kiki turns to her Nan to seek answers in the hope of finding a sacred Aboriginal ritual to make Kitty go away.
Episode 3: Live Fast, Die Young
Kiki realises she needs to embrace Kitty, aka her vagina, and together they embark on a journey into Kiki's "bad girl" side.
Episode 4: Big Trouble in Little 'Gina
While Kiki and Kitty attempt to cross "have an orgasm" off Kiki's list, Kiki takes steps to follow her ice-skating dream but is branded as a 'menopausal millennial' by an overly competitive teenage girl.
Episode 5: Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Moist
Kiki with Kitty's encouragement takes action to get her job back and confronts her colleagues, whilst also getting it on with Jack.
Episode 6: Ice, Ice Baby
As Kiki prepares for glory, Kitty prepares to say goodbye.
Kiki and Kitty is one of the most original Australian comedies in years.— Sydney Morning Herald
- Nakkiah Lui - Kiki
Elaine Crombie - Kitty
Christine Anu - Maria, Kiki's mum
Tessa Rose - Nan
Charlie Garber - Jack
Harriet Dyer - Cherise
Ryan Johnson - Brandon
Rob Carlton - Bryce
Lisa Flanagan - Nan's Kitty
Dave Eastgate - Jack Junior
Steve Rodgers - Merryweather
- Release dates
- 4 December 2017 - Australia
- MA 15+ - Mature accompanied
- Chiara Costanza
Written by Nakkiah Lui.
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