The 10 Moments We Liked Most In Season Three Of ‘Please Like Me’

As another season of Australia’s most underrated dramedy ‘Please Like Me’ comes to an end, we look at some of the highlights this chapter had to offer. Season three of Josh Thomas’ coming of age show has arguably been the most hilarious, impeccably-executed and emotionally-charged yet. We’ll miss ya guys – for now.

A Look Back At Our Fave Bits OF ‘Please Like Me’ Season 3

1. Arnold Sings Sia’s ‘Chandelier’ to Josh’s Dad 

As Arnold prepares to come out as gay to his family, Josh encourages him to practice with Josh’s dad first through the message of song (of course). Turns out Keegan Joyce (Arnold) has amazing pipes. It was the most touching moment of the season, and a refreshing departure from the whole tedious routine often present in typical ‘coming out’ moments on TV. The video below is sure to cause involuntary face-leakage.


BONUS: The Premiere Of CRAM But Just The Bits Where They Say Cram, Crammed Into A Crammed Video Of Cram

People have mixed feelings on CRAM, the new network Ten show with Peter Hellier. If there was one thing we noticed, it was how many times CRAM crammed the word Cram down our throats - case in point:

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