Season 2, Episode 8

PG Season Finale: A bad van purchase comes back to haunt Kai but Francis promises this time will be different. Fehe directs her first Tongan funeral on her own and an emotional tangi proves that animals grieve too.

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Season 2, Episode 7

PG Francis wants to take funerals to the future, but he’s having trouble convincing others to come along for the ride. A case Francis hasn’t seen before requires special attention from the embalmer.

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Season 2, Episode 6

PG Nona cares for a Niuean man who dies suddenly and the death of an overweight man spurs Francis to find new, healthy ways to team build with his staff.

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Season 2, Episode 5

PG Francis deals beautifully with the dead, but is struggling to keep things alive at the funeral home. A grieving widow queries her husband’s appearance and a staff member suffers great personal loss.

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Season 2, Episode 4

PG Francis has new staff member, Fehe, assist him for the first time and a young Fijian woman’s funeral honours the inspiring performer that she was.

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Season 2, Episode 3

PG A respected kaumatua passes away and is flown in from Dunedin and Kaiora supports Scotty through a traumatic funeral he must direct.

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Season 2, Episode 2

PG The funeral home needs renovating and Francis is the man for the job. Nona showcases her skills as a celebrant but Francis is nervous to officiate the funeral of a delicate death.

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Season 2, Episode 1

PG New Season: Francis and Kaiora Tipene take us back inside the world of funeral directing with heart-warming and hilarious honesty.

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Season 1, Episode 6

G Season Final. Francis wants to put on a show for the local rest home. Meanwhile when a young relative tragically passes on; Francis, Kaiora and their children all help to prepare a beautiful farewell.

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Season 1, Episode 5

PGR New Series: Francis and Kaiora Tipene are the passionate proprietors of Tipene Funerals. Go behind the scenes of their business, where our culture’s last taboo is addressed with dignity and aroha.

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