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The Cul-de-Sac Crew is a group of friends consisting mainly of neighbours.


The Crew has seven members at present: Jules Cobb, Travis Cobb, Bobby Cobb, Grayson Ellis, Laurie Keller, Ellie Torres and Andy Torres. Every member but Laurie and Bobby lives on the same cul-de-sac.

Jules is the leader of The Cul-de-Sac Crew as her house is the main meeting place of the group. They spend most of their time in her kitchen or living room, but have also met up in her bathroom. They, on occasion, meet at the Torres' household or at Grayson's house or bar, though these are less willing hosts. Jules' home is an unofficial clubhouse for the group, especially since she installed her new 'jam room'. They have also been known to visit Bobby's boat, though usually in smaller groups due to the lack of space.

Tom, who also lives on the cul-de-sac, is not a member of the crew during a large part of the show, yet is desperate to be included. He becomes a part of the crew during the third season.



The main activity the crew take part in is drinking. They (except for Travis, as he is underage) are all great wine enthusiasts and enjoy drinking it in copious amounts, often indulging in morning drinking and drinking games such as 'movie mashup'.

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Their general preference is red wine and reserve white wine as 'thinking wine' as it has a lower alcohol content. The drinking usually takes place at Jules house, though they go to wine bars on occasion. Other alcoholic beverages they also enjoy are cosmopolitans, beer and margaritas.

Penny Can[]

Another activity the gang enjoy is playing Penny Can, a game invented by Bobby Cobb. They enjoy the sport incredibly, forever adding to the rules and even starting a business at one point ('Walls').


The Cul-de-Sac Crew also write songs together. Taking advantage of Grayson's guitar skills and Jules' jam room, they often compose music based on events in their lives or quotes from fellow members.

The crew also runs a neighbourhood watch and 'The Council', which decides punishments.