In this high-school mokumentary, Chris Lilley made making us uncomfortable an artform. Whether as the stuckup private schoolgirl Ja'mie, the ego-driven, fame-obsessed Mr G or Jonah, a 13-year-old deliquent breakdancer, Lilley had us in stiches, week in, week out. By tapping into taboo Aussie subjects, Summer Heights High made for some of the most cringe-worthy, awkward, hilarious television of the decade. And the best part? It was all home-grown.