|Season 1, Episode 2|
|Air date||May 26, 2002|
|Written by|| Jane Turner|
|Directed by||Ted Emery|
Kim swears off men and takes up golf with Sharon. This leads Kath to suspect Kim is a lesbian. When Kath voices her theory to Kel, he reasons that homosexual activity isn't unusual or uncommon: after all he was in the navy for six years. Kath begins to question her relationship with Kel.
Meanwhile, Brett's relationship with a 75kg Rottweiler by the name of Cujo has Kim's nose out of joint. She's out to sow her rolled oats and, with encouragement from Sharon, they go speed dating at the local pub., who meets fiddler Mark. None of the men are interested in Kim and she calls Brett to come rescue her.
- Jane Turner as Kath Day-Knight
- Gina Riley as Kim Craig
- Magda Szubanski as Sharon Strzelecki
- Glenn Robbins as Kel Knight
- Peter Rowsthorn as Brett Craig
Notes and TriviaEdit
- Homosexuality has been decriminalized in all States of Australia. The first State to do this was South Australia in 1972 and the last State was Tasmania in 1997.
- Sharon: I've taken up golf, Mrs. D.
- Kath: Oh really?
- Sharon: Yeah. Me and the girls are going down to the Peninsula to play in a tournament.
- Kim: Which girls?
- Sharon: Oh, you know, K.D., Ellen, Martina. Just the usual gang.
- Kath: You're a Dutch sea wall Kim!
- Kim: (Confused) What?
- Kath: A dyke! On a bike... if you like...
- Kim: Mum, I'm not gay.
- Kim: That could be the theme of your wedding... mutton dressed as lamb!