INT. STEVEN UNWIN’S WORKSHOP – DAY
Our hero, STEVEN UNWIN, is clad in his signature work wear: a flannel shirt with the sleeves rolled up, stained shorts and steel-capped boots. A large, toothy grin splits his face as he greets the camera.
G’day, viewers! Ready for another ripper adventure? I knew you would be. We’re headed to Thornbury today. Bit more hoity-toity than our usual haunts, but crocs, they don’t discriminate, do they?
He laughs uproariously, slapping his knee in amusement. He grabs his gear and heads out.
EXT. THORNBURY SEWERS – DAY
Arriving at the entrance to Thornbury’s sewer system, Steven squints into the camera, serious for the first time. He takes a moment to adjust his headlamp before speaking again.
Y’see, folks, when we’re dealing with blocked drains close to Thornbury, it ain’t just a matter of reaching in and pulling out the muck.
Steven pulls out a hefty piece of equipment and holds it up to the camera.
This here’s what you’d call a drain camera. A right dinky-di piece of kit. Plumbers use these for the kind of drain camera inspections Melbourne residents can count on when they’ve got a stubborn blockage.
He lowers the camera into the dark, grimy depths of the sewer.
This little beauty lets us see what’s happening down there. Could be tree roots, could be a fatberg… or could be our very own snobby sewer croc.
As Steven squints at the monitor, his face suddenly lights up.
Struth! There’s our bloke. Look at those teeth, millions of ’em! And that armour, I reckon it’d give a titanium rocket ship a run for its money.
He winks at the camera and then cracks his knuckles, full of anticipation.
Alrighty then, time for a good ol’ Thornbury tussle. Watch out, croc, here I come! This ain’t gonna be a walk in the park, but we’ll get ‘er done!