Very Small Business (2008– )
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Don's plans to start up a dog wash franchise are interrupted when his kids turn up at the office.

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Daina Reid

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kim Gyngell ... Ray Leonard Leonard
Wayne Hope ... Don Angel
Ian Bliss ... Tony Orsini
Molly Daniels ... Sam Angel
Emma Leonard Emma Leonard ... Leslie
Lenny Lyon Lenny Lyon ... Alex Angel
Geoff Paine ... Lloyd
Queenie van de Zandt Queenie van de Zandt ... Tina Angel
Andrew Bayly Andrew Bayly ... Colin
Eleanor Wilson
Andrea Gibbs Andrea Gibbs
Kate Gorman ... Eve
Chris McLean Chris McLean
Steve Sammut
Marcella Russo Marcella Russo
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on's children, Sam and Alex, arrive at the office unexpectedly. They inform Don that their mother thinks they should spend more time with him and will be staying with him for the next couple of days. He decides the best way to deal with it is to leave the room and get some air. Outside the WWBG HQ Don watches a gardening contractor with a leaf blower at work and quizzes him about his mowing franchise. It sparks his next big idea, starting a mobile dog wash franchise. With Sam and Alex tagging along, Ray meets Leslie for lunch. He struggles to communicate with Leslie due to her new-found love of Jesus. As a possible way to draw her closer to him and away from the church, Ray offers her the dog wash design job.

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Leslie Harrington: Jesus keeps me calm and centred.
Ray Leonard Leonard: Good on him.
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10 September 2008 (Australia) See more »

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