Straight talking Joanne and perennially optimistic Felicity are back and STILL UNQUALIFIED in this sequel to 2018’s hilarious hit comedy. The fabulous all-female cast and creative team reunite for another joyous celebration of friendship against the odds – they’re (still) hanging in there!
They might be carrying briefcases and commanding bigger pay cheques but straight talking Joanne and perennially optimistic Felicity are back and STILL UNQUALIFIED in this sequel to 2018’s hilarious hit comedy.
It’s been a year since we left Felicity and Joanne singing at a karaoke bar. They now live together, work out of their home office and tackle jobs that require a far greater degree of expertise — which neither of them have. From truck-driving to Ted X talks, the two women stretch the truth, but never risk stretching their friendship beyond repair.
The inimitable Genevieve Hegney and Catherine Moore reunite once more with director Janine Watson for this madcap comedy about (still) hanging in there.
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“Look, Cath and Gen probably felt quite obligated to ask me to direct this sequel because I cried A LOT, begging that they never forsake me. The depth of their writing and performing talents is profound. They are a genius comic double act in the truest tradition – keeping the audience in hysterics whilst simultaneously punching them in the gut with truth and humanity.
They’ve read me a draft. I won’t lie. It’s bloody funny. This sequel stands alone in the grand tradition of, say, Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. Truthfully though, these brilliant women are undeniable and laughter is inevitable.” – Director Janine Watson