The scene shows a cat with attitude and the face of the Prime Minister, Helen Clark; it marches along, narrowly missing being flattened by a huge falling rock named 'Doone'. There is a signpost near a cliff-face which says 'Beware, falling rocks' and across the ground are huge boulders named 'Policing', 'Waipareira Trust', Painter gate', foreshore & seabed', NCEA', Wananga', tax hikes', and Tamihere'. Refers to Helen Clark's seeming invincibility in the face of numerous problems and scandals.
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