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Big Bash
Channel 10, 6.30pm, Friday
The Adelaide Strikers are in need of a win to take hold of their struggling BBL season; they take on the Hobart Hurricanes at
Adelaide Oval on Friday night.
Can the Strikers bounce back after a loss to the Hurricanes on Monday night?
Can our local lad Travis Head get back on the horse and notch up another big ton, like we know he can?
Watch the action live to find out the answers firsthand.

Marley and Me
Channel 9, 7pm, Saturday
This film is about a cute, little puppy. Are you sold yet? Thought you would be.
But, seriously, this movie follows two newlyweds who purchase a mischievous golden Labrador pup and their story of the troublesome dog-turned valued member of their growing family.
Definitely a great feel-good movie to slump down on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and have a relaxing night full of laughs (and, maybe, some tears).

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Channel 11, 6.30pm, Sunday
This instalment may not be as good as the ultimate Christmas movie, Home Alone, but the sequel gives a substantial nod to classic 1990s movies and the genius of former child star Macaulay Culkin.
A year after Kevin (Culkin) was left home alone and had to defeat a pair of incompetent burglars, he accidentally finds himself in New York City, and forced to stop them again; this time, from robbing a toy store.

Orange is the New Black
Netflix
If you haven’t seen this online phenomenon: A) where have you been? and B) get home right now and binge watch! This award-winning, heartstopping, highly addictive Netflix original comedy drama television series started out following a public relations executive’s journey after landing up in a women’s prison.
But it has developed into much more; the show’s tagline, “every sentence is a story”, sums up this epic saga more effectively.
Spoiler alert: You will get attached to the characters, bad things will happen and you will be left devastated.
But you’ll always want more – I challenge you to watch one episode.

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Steph Konatar was an intern at The Bunyip during her Bachelor of Journalism degree. After completing her course, Steph moved to Dubbo, NSW, for her first industry job at The Daily Liberal, before moving to Queanbeyan, NSW to pursue her dream of sports journalism. Steph moved back to Adelaide in late 2015 and soon started work at The Bunyip. She plays Aussie rules for West Adelaide and loves basketball and the NBA.

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