|The Willy Nilly Show|
|Created by||Mike Smith|
|Written by||Ken Duncum
|Directed by||Mike Smith|
|Country of origin||New Zealand|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||22|
|Running time||30 mins (including adverts)|
|Original network||TV1 (New Zealand)|
Willy Nilly Show is a New Zealand television series originally based on a short film by the same name. It follows the lives of two middle-aged farming brothers, Eric (Sean Duffy) and Harry (Mark Hadlow) who are catapulted into the modern world when their bossy and overprotective mother dies and Joy Full (Tandi Wright), the lovely undertaker’s assistant, comes to stay. It is set in the fictional town of Pokapoka  A total of 3 series were made which have all been made available on DVD at filmshop. It was winner of Best Comedy Performance, Script and Direction - NZ TV Awards  In 2002, a TV Guide poll found the series to be the most popular New Zealand comedy. The series' most prominent fan base is made up of women over the age of 60.
Episode 1 - Under the Stinkwattle Tree
Episode 2 - Five Left Feet
Episode 3 - Down the Tube
Episode 4 - The Ram Who Knew Too Much
Episode 5 - In the Nudey
Episode 6 - The Ghost and the Dinner Party
Episode 7 - Spring Fever
Episode 1 - The Vet
Episode 2 - Harrys Can Do Anything
Episode 3 - Are You My Daddy
Episode 4 - Birth and Death
Episode 5 - Through the Looking Grass
Episode 6 - Mum's Little Treasure
Episode 7 - Rain Rain Go Away
Episode 1 - Twisted Sister
Episode 2 - Dr Harry's Casebook
Episode 3 - Pokapoka Pokerface
Episode 4 - Silage is Golden
Episode 5 - The Black Stump
Episode 6 - Don't Worry Be Harry
Episode 7 - St Eric of Pokapoka
Episode 8 - Just Another Day
Eric - Sean Duffy
Harry - Mark Hadlow
Joy - Tandi Wright
Mr Bott - Stuart Devenie
Lubyanka - Ellie Smith (Series 2-3)
All 3 series have been made available on DVD in New Zealand at filmshop.
- Fiona Rae. "Absurd Willy Nilly Scenes Get Laughs". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 20 June 2011.
- "TVNZ in million comedy gamble - Life & Style - NZ Herald News". The New Zealand Herald. 11 July 2000.
- "Willy Nilly, TV One, Saturday, August 24, 7pm.". The Press. 22 August 2002. Retrieved 20 June 2011.
- Jane Bowron (25 October 2003). "It Was a Lot of Fun". New Zealand Listener. Retrieved 20 June 2011.