All Saints: episode guide


Till Death Do Us Part

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Episode 9.01 (336)
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Ratings: 1.16 million viewers
Produced by MaryAnne Carroll
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Cameron Welsh

While the Emergency Department continues to struggle with the casualties of the chemical explosion, Nelson exacts revenge on Colin. The question will be, how far is he willing to go to punish his fiancée's murderer?

Von continues to struggle with her grief over Kerry's death, but more importantly, her guilt. Could she have avoided this tragedy?

Meanwhile, Vincent's revelation to Charlotte has thrown her completely, and when a patient refuses life saving medical intervention, she is faced with an ethical dilemma — does she respect the patient's wishes? Or save his life? Cate finds herself at odds with her on the issue.

Dan and Jessica team up to help a man blinded by chemicals. His emotional needs far outweigh his medical ones, and Jessica comes up with a unique solution.

Guest Starring: Chris Vance as Sean Everleigh, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Jaime Mears as Kerry Lytton, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Stelios Yiakmis as Det. Sgt. De Santo, Jack Finsterer as Damien Trelawny, Jacob Allan as Colin Fenely, Jay Laga'aia as Michael Stevenson, Khyla Weston and Jessie Hawkins as Baby, Alexander Nettelbeck as Pianist, Rory Brown as Bass, Ivan Jordan as Drums

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The Real Thing

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Episode 9.02 (337)
March 07, 2006
Ratings: 1.33 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Bill Hughes

As the team uncovers the horrible truth behind a young boy's alien fixation.

Dan is glued to the phone desperately trying to help a man who has shot his wife.

Guest Starring: Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson; Panda Likoudis as Bryce the Ambo, Mark Owen-Taylor as Peter Bradbury, Zachary Garred as Aiden Bradbury, Murray Bartlett as Roy Pickforth, Alison Chambers as Colleen Bradbury, Jennie-Lee Goodman as Samantha Pickforth

Moment of Truth

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Episode 9.03 (338)
March 14, 2006
Ratings: 1.46 million viewers
Screenplay by Sean Nash
Directed by Cameron Welsh

The emergency department goes into a spin with the arrival of Justin Kovacs, a tae kwon do expert with an aggressive streak. He has a head injury and is covered in bruises but has no memory of how he got hurt. Cate, one of his former students, tries to get through to him but to no avail. A woman presents with a broken wrist but tells Nelson she has a terminal illness. She won't say what it is, though, leaving Nelson to play medical detective. He's still fragile after his wedding day tragedy but seems to be coping. A shocking revelation leaves Nelson's future at All Saints in doubt.

Guest Starring: Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Zoe Carides as Jilly Winters; Craig Ball as Constable Peter Saunders, Ashley Lyons as Justin Kovacs (3.19, 4.04), Chan Cheuk Fai as Justin's opponent, Robin Hard as Tony Monaghan/Monohan

No Way Out

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Episode 9.04 (339)
March 21, 2006
Ratings: 0.95 million viewers
Screenplay by Faith McKinnon
Directed by Robert Marchand

Already on the edge, a grieving Nelson is horrified when a half-empty bottle of whisky falls out of his bag in front of Frank, at the end of his nursing shift. While Nelson, a recovering alcoholic, insists that he has no idea how the bottle came to be in his bag, Frank doesn't quite swallow it. However, Nelson is outraged when his workmates seem to have trouble believing him. Deanna sets her sights on handsome young doctor Jack. And she quickly makes it clear to Jack that her interest in him is more than just professional.

Meanwhile, still reeling from the moment a bottle of whisky rolled out of his bag in front of a disbelieving Frank, Nelson is far from impressed when Frank confronts him with accusations over the difficult matter. Before long, a heated argument has erupted between the pair in the middle of the emergency department!

Guest Starring: Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson; Craig Ball as Constable Peter Saunders, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Gillian Alexy as Nicole Higgins, Elaine Smith as Joanne Miller, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Matt Zeremes as Darren Emerton, Kazimir Sas as Greg McMillan, Kylee Ferguson as Theatre Nurse, Michael Duncan as Uniformed Cop, Sebastian Dickins as Security Guard

Note: Gillian Alexy appeared previously as Nicole Higgins in episode 8.25

The Things We Do

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Episode 9.05 (340)
March 28, 2006
Ratings: 1.38 million viewers
Screenplay by Kevin Roberts
Directed by Lynn Hegarty

A Work Cover claim has Charlotte and Nelson's replacement, Deanna, at loggerheads when an investigator for the insurance company insists their patient is a fraud. A middle aged man presents with stomach pain that is difficult to diagnose. No one can quite believe the cause when it is eventually located. Deeply concerned about Nelson's frame of mind since he quit his job in the emergency department in the middle of his shift, both Frank and Von decide to pay their former co-worker visits. But it's safe to say that Frank and Von receive anything-but-friendly receptions from Nelson, who is still outraged that his colleagues wrongly assumed he had begun drinking again. Deanna shows a side to her that Jack has not seen before.

Guest Starring: Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson; Sophie Gregg as Helen Milsap, Christopher Stollery as Conrad Fry, Philip Dodd as Carl Weekes, Felicity Price as Katrina King, Jake Fraser as John Doe, Deborah Woodley-Page as Mrs Edwards

Facing The Music

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Episode 9.06 (341)
April 04, 2006
Ratings: 1.40 million viewers
Screenplay by Charlie Strachan
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

A caotic shift in the ED is complicated by the arrival of two Organisation and Methods officers sent by Alison Newell to evailaute the department. Tensions skyrocket in Resus when the staff is faced with an unusual resuscitation of a pateient who appears to be slipping in and out of consciousness as CPR is being performed. The disturbing sight upsets Dan who walks out in the middle of the procedure. It seemed to be just another day on the job for Von, who is still trying to come to terms with the murder of her niece, Kerry. Nursing an insulin-dependent diabetic, Bob Tyrell, who has a leg wound, Von helps him the best she can. But things take a dramatic turn for the nurse and before the day's end, Von's future hangs in the balance when she finds herself before Dr Newell and the hospital board accused of negligence. Charlotte fights Admin to find a bed for a patient.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Barry Otto as Bob Tyrell Robin Hart as Tony Monahan, Peggy Thompson as Mrs Carson, Matthew Foster as Graham MacGuire, Slava Orel as Wallace, Marc Kay as Geoff Bailey, Christian Manon as Smythe, Stewart Armstrong as John Arthurs, John Douglas as Board Member #1, Anthony Pace as Board Member #2, uncredited as Heather MacGuire

Behind Closed Doors

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Episode 9.07 (342)
April 11, 2006
Ratings: 1.25 million viewers
Screenplay by Chris Roache
Directed by Cameron Welsh

While the Emergency Department welcomes it's new doctor, registrar of emergency medicine Sean Everleigh, Dan is thrown to find a young woman he recognises from his past, denies knowing him when she is brought into the ward suffering from nasty leg and stomach injuries sustained in an accident on a railway platform. Frank becomes suspicious of Deanna's motives as the end of her stint as Nursing Unit Manager approaches. Nelson's last case to gain his Practitioner's accreditation proves to be a trying one when an old adversary brings his wfre into the ED for treatment.

Guest Starring: Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Robin Hart as Tony Monahan, Troy Planet as Denis Pool, Robyn Forsythe as Jacqueline Cahill, Leeanna Walsman as Sophie Celna/Michelle Carter, Simon Bossell as Steve Celna, Matt Papa as Lachlan Bates

Note: Chris Vance is added to the starring cast

The Mercy Seat

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Episode 9.08 (343)
April 18, 2006
Ratings: 1.42 million viewers
Screenplay by Peter Gawler
Directed by Peter Fisk

Frank is caught in the crossfire when a critically injured Jehovah's Witness requires blood transfusions to survive. A former TV personality, and hero of Dan's, is brought in and it soon becomes apparent that all is not what it seems with her home life. Deanna lodges a sexual harassment complaint against Frank.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Geraldine Turner as "Shrieking" Sharona McDonald, Peter Kowitz as Douglas Spinks, Robert Jago as James Wolf, Bogdan Koca as Boris the Driver, Antony Milne as Anaesthetist, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse

Note: Robert Jago returns in series 11 as Dan's brother

Shadows of the Heart

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Episode 9.09 (344)
April 25, 2006
Ratings: 1.56 million viewers
Screenplay by Sam Meikle
Directed by Shawn Seet

Eighteen-year-old Jacinta Cosgrove is brought in after a terrible MVA and the battle to save such a young life is stressful for everyone. But it is even more heartbreaking dealing with her distraught father Ian. And that stress hits Frank twice as hard as he struggles to keep his cool in the aftermath of the sexual harassment claim made by Deanna. Something he fails to do as he collapses with a heart attack, revealing more of his personal life than he would like. Newly certified as a Nurse Practitioner, Nelson struggles to diagnose the mystery pain of his first patient, Melanie Sonter. Jack is drawn deeper into his relationship with Deanna as she clings desperately to her place at All Saints in the face of mounting hostility. But it isn't Deanna who finds she can no longer take it.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Jasmin De Main as Melanie Sonter, Russell Kiefel as Ian Cosgrove, Danielle Anthony-Goodwin as Jacinta Cosgrove

Note: Natalie Saleeba's final appearance

Just Desserts

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Episode 9.10 (345)
May 02, 2006
Ratings: 1.58 million viewers
Screenplay by Tim Gooding
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Deanna makes a dramatic departure from the emergency department and it's not a moment too soon, as far as her staff are concerned. But while those who worked alongside Deanna are thrilled to see the back of her, one person is left reeling — the man who fell deeply for her, Dr Jack Quade. Jack is shattered when he's forced to realise that everything his colleagues have been saying about Deanna is true. Earlier, recovering alcoholic Nelson discovers it was Deanna who placed a bottle of whisky in his locker as a way to force him out of his job so she could take his place in the ED permanently. Nelson reacts quickly and angrily. Sean and Charlotte are forced to take unpopular action to save an Ambo's crushed leg. Frank, recovering from his heart attack, proves to be anything but a model patient.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton [uncredited], Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Robert Woodhead as Robert Symonds, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Rajan Thangavelu as Ray Malone, Bernadette van Gyen as Stunt Driver/Ambulance Stunt Driver, Brett Sheerin as Kyle Stunt Double

Note: Jolene Anderson's first appearance as nurse Erica Templeton

Brothers in Arms

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Episode 9.11 (346)
Australia: May 09, 2006
Ratings: 1.66 million viewers
Ireland: August 11, 2006
Screenplay by Fiona Kelly
Directed by Nicolas Bufalo

Frank pays a surprise visit to the Emergency Department and takes a back seat when the Medical Response Unit is called to attend to an accident in a commercial kitchen where a man's hand is caught in a mincer. The Emergency Department team spends their day trying to protect Frank from extra stress but stress is difficult to avoid in the Emergency Department, especially with Frank's domineering ex-wife, hospital Director of Medicine Alison Newell hanging about. Von and Nelson face their demons when a letter with devastating news arrives for Nelson. Now that Deanna has handed in her resignation, her ex-lover, Jack, gathers his courage to face up to Frank.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Sibylla Budd as Deanna Richardson; Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Troy Planet as Denis Pool, Stelios Yiakmis as Det Sgt De Santo, Robyn Forsythe as Jacqueline Cahill, Robin Hart as Tony Monahan, Mike Smith as Matthew Berkley, Adam Lubicz as Tim Scott, Barry Langrish as Klaus Kuypers

Note: Mike Smith (pictured) will return as amulance officer Heath Velaga in series 10-12

Wait and See

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Episode 9.12 (347)
May 16, 2006
Ratings: 1.43 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Lynn Hegarty

As one case of apparent rage and domestic violence leads to a fascinating neurological mystery, a second, equally confronting situation involving anger provides a sobering counterpoint. Vincent departs for Canada on a surgical exchange programme.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Jacinta John as Jennifer Palmer, Blair Venn as Lewis Palmer, Matthew Whittet as Tristan Meadows, Lenore Munro (6.39) as Carlene Meadows, Mick Preston as Anaesthetist, Kylee Ferguson as Scrub Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scout Nurse

Note: Christopher Gabardi's final appearance

Getting To Know You

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Episode 9.13 (348)
May 23, 2006
Ratings: 1.42 million viewers
Screenplay by Sean Nash
Directed by Peter Fisk

Jack surprises his colleagues when he arrives in the Emergency Department with a patient to whom he is more closely bonded than he realises. He has pulled his landlady out of a fire which ravaged their shared house and despite his own injuries, stays at her side to help her deal with her treatment and recovery. Mystified by a patient's unidentifiable illness, Sean and Cate sneak off to his house where they uncover his horrific past: haunted by the tragic deaths of his wife and children, Bruce Ahearne became a shut-in, not talking, and turning to self-medication with drugs bought off the internet to deal with his pain. He eventually got in over his head and now finds himself in hospital suffering from organ damage.

Nelson's mounting errors at work are trying Frank's patience which in turn pushes Nelson further towards the breaking point. Dan offers a room to Jack who has found himself homeless after the fire.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Sheila Kennelly as Mary Moore, Michael Denka as Bruce Ahearne, Rebekah Reeves as Kimberly Patterson, Michael Duncan as Ambo Stunt Driver

Sink Or Swim

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Episode 9.14 (349)
May 30, 2006
Ratings: 1.494 million viewers
Screenplay by Suzanne Hawley
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

New intern Bartholomew West has a nightmare first shift in the ED. Between irritating Frank by his mere presence, saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, and stumbling through his assignments, Bart finds reason to question his ability but an encouraging word goes a long way to ease his mind.

A pair of perplexing patients resulting from a fight at a house party give the staff cause for concern when their symptoms don't coincide with the doctors' expectations for their respective injuries. Jack trusts his gut feeling and forces his superiors to take notice while Bart has his hands full coping with a sudden emergency he may be the cause of.

Frank is stunned when Nelson turns up on his doorstep in the middle of the night, looking far from himself. Dazed and with nasty wounds on his bare feet, Nelson is clearly in a bad way. What's more, by night's end he will have made a heartbreaking decision. But it's a decision he knows he has to make—and one that Frank helps him to carry out. Nelson, who is still failing to cope with the horrific murder of his bride-to-be, Kerry, pleads with Frank to admit him to a psychiatric ward.

Guest Starring: Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Hayden Annable as Sam Millard, Craig Ball as Const Peter Saunders, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Steve Vidler as Ross Millard, Isaro Kayitesi as Teenage Girl, Will Thomas as George Collins, Eamon-Luke Davern as Ivan Bateman

Note: Andrew Supanz's first appearance as Bartholomew West

An Apple a Day

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Episode 9.15 (350)
June 06, 2006
Ratings: 1.466 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb, Charlie Strachan
Directed by Catherien Millar

All Saints new Head of Surgery, Mike Vlasek, has Jack Quade in his sights. Sean and Cate find there's something fishy about a little girl's illness. Bart bumbles his way to a brilliant solution although not without consequences, and he finally makes a breakthru with Frank who agrees to be his mentor. Frank is infuriated by the arrogance of Mike Vlasek, the new Head of Surgery. Alison has a shocking announcement for Frank: she's taking leave to go overseas, taking Kathleen with her. Dan reluctantly steps forward to become the Acting NUM.

Guest Starring: Liz Alexander as Alison Newell, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, George Spartels as The Professor [Craig Watts], Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Henry Jennings as Glen Lee, Alex Cook as Ashley Booth, Lucy Bell as Marie Booth, Herman Kovac as Sneezing Man, Alan Russell as Older Surgeon

Note: John Waters' first appearance as Miklos Vlasek

The Way of It

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Episode 9.16 (351)
June 06, 2006
Ratings: 1.31 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb, Charlie Strachan
Directed by Bill Hughes

Sean and Cate go out with the Medical Response Unit to save a young man whose head has been skewered by a metal spike in an accident at a medieval festival. Dan's first shift as Acting NUM is anything but smooth sailing as he deals with Frank's bad mood over the new Surgical Consultant. Erica helps Bart, the new Intern, guide a returning patient through his last hours after he asks for a non resuscitation order to be placed in his medical records. The staff change room robbed, Jack assists Mike Vlasik in a challenging surgical procedure.

Guest Starring: Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, George Spartels as The Professor [Craig Watts], Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Michael Booth as Percy Fitzsimmons, Tony Chu as Anaesthetist, Jenny Cale as Heidi [Mathison], Ben Wood as Laird of Laughren

Note: episodes 350 and 351 originally aired together in a single two-hour block

A Rock and A Hard Place

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Episode 9.17 (352)
June 13, 2006
Ratings: 1.597 million viewers
Screenplay by Kevin Roberts
Directed by Cameron Welsh

A couple on their way to the airport to begin an overseas holiday end up in the ED after an MVA. Ignoring medical advise, they are desperate to get on their way as soon as possible, but when x-rays reveal the truth about their situation, an armed stand-off ensues in the ED with Von caught in the middle.

A young mother, the victim of a bag snatch, is dragged along behind a car but refuses to undergo critical surgery until her missing baby is found. Kate's defense of the mother's right to choose puts her into conflict with Mike who wants the decision taken out of her hands.

Frank takes a "sickie" and feels the dirt beneath his feet for the first time in ages, much to the relief of Dan. Charlotte is surprised by Doug Spencer's unexpected return and although it is brief, he leaves a lasting impression on young Bart. Dan's days as NUM are numbered, much to his relief.

Guest Starring: Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Craig Ball as Const. Peter Saunders, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Erica Willmott as Tanya Aitken, Sam Atwell as Alan Phillips, Aylson Standen as Lisa Olsen, Tony Chu as Anaesthetist, Kai Hillen as Jasper Olsen, Jim Pennell as Guitarist, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks

One For the Road

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Episode 9.18 (353)
June 20, 2006
Ratings: 1.444 million viewers
Screenplay by Peter Gawler
Directed by Lynn Hegarty

After a drunken poker night, Dan and Sean find themselves at loggerheads with a young man who shows signs of organ rejection. Sean suspects his lifestyle as a DJ may be the cause but the man is adamant he's done nothing to jeopardise his new liver. Mike gives a very hungover Jack the lead at the operating table for the first time. Jack tries to back out but Mike's ultimatum forces Jack into the OR where his impaired ability complicates an already difficult procedure. A queasy Frank has to deal with a particularly nasty throat abscess and the arrival of Gabrielle Jaeger, the new Nursing Unit Manager.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Ian Meadows as Jeff Weiss, Amanda Bishop as Theresa Pye, Matthew Colagrossi as Bernard, Tony Chu as Anaesthestist

Note: the first appearance for Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger

By Choice, Or By Chance

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Episode 9.19 (354)
June 27, 2006
Ratings: 1.463 million viewers
Screenplay by Margaret Wilson
Directed by Catherine Millar

Frank and Mike's negotiation skills are put to the test when a father, determined to donate a kidney to his desperately ill son, goes to extraordinary lengths to make sure the operation goes ahead. A speedskater's crititcal condition forces Sean to perform emergency cranial surgery in the ED but an errant comment by Erica sends him over the edge. Bart the intern is plagued with doubts as his time at All Saints comes to an end.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Liz Alexander as Alison Newell, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Geoff Morrell as Chris Harrison, Sam Parsonson as Luke Harrison, Naomi Wallace as Rachel Cunningham; Oliver Smith, Ivan Jordan and Sam Boyd as Jazz Club Band

Tough Love

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Episode 9.20 (355)
July 04, 2006
Ratings: 1.495 million viewers
Screenplay by Sam Meikle
Directed by Bill Hughes

Sean and Erica are put under enormous emotional strain as they try to help a twenty-two year-old patient cope with the fact that she may never walk again... and that her boyfriend may not be there to help her. Dan publically confronts Sean about the way he hides his thoughts about patients from the nurses and Gabrielle calls Dan into her office. Mike pushes Jack to be the doctor he can be when they clash over an accident-prone patient. Charlotte prods Frank to help her with her Fellowship Portfolio and Mike continues to frustrate Frank by intruding further into his life.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Kieran Darcy-Smith as Dave Hegarty, Gemma Northover as Rochelle Coonan, Josh Lawson as Nick Bagnall, Amy Levack as Amanda Hegarty, Tony Chu as Anaesthestist, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Oliver Smith as Bass Player, Sam Boyd as Pianist, Ivan Jordan as Drummer, Lorena Arancibia as Hospital Visitor, Rix Stowman as Hospital Visitor, Inge Sildnik as Rochelle Stunt Double, Chris Mitchell as Nick Stunt Double

When Duty Calls

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Episode 9.21 (356)
July 11, 2006
Ratings: 1.40 million viewers
Screenplay by Chris Roache
Directed by Cameron Welsh

Mike attends his first MVA as part of the MRU and impresses all by trying everything to sustain the life of a young driver but once back at the ED, his decision Charlotte and Erica clash over how to best handle a seventeen year old sexual assault victim. Gabrielle continues to look out for new ways to maximise the potential of her staff.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Ian Bliss as Jimmy "Buzz" Beasley, Brittany Byrnes as Vicki Rees, Dylan Landre as Ryan Slater, Andrew James as Harry Rees

Two By Two

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Episode 9.22 (357)
July 18, 2006
Ratings: 1.36 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Peter Fisk

Three patients present in the ED with similar symptoms within a few hours of each other. One dies. Is this the beginning of a fatal epidemic or just a coincidence? An old university mate of Frank's turns up in the Emergency Department in a bad way. Mike and Frank clash over how best to treat him, medically or surgically. Jack attempts to play mediator and gets caught in the crossfire. Eve's agent is planning a grand European tour for her. Frank clearly isn't keen on the idea but will he ask Eve not to go? Bart returns looking to find a job in the ED while Von receives word she's been made the department's new Transitional Care nurse.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Tony Llewellyn-Jones as Gerald Bingham, Jessica Turner as Lydia Stroud, Tanya Goldberg as Rowena Watson, Demi McFarlane as Tracey Watson, Matthew Clarke as Warwick [Simmons]

Notes: Jessica Turner's character is called Lydia McLaren in-show but listed as Lydia Stroud in the closing credits. Tularemia FAQ

Drawing the Line

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Episode 9.23 (358)
July 25, 2006
Ratings: 1.47 million viewers
Screenplay by Sean Nash
Directed by Pino Amenta

Mike, Cate and, later Jack, find their 15 minutes of fame — much to Frank's fury and disgust — when they battle to save the life of a badly injured reality show contestant live on air. Dan learns not to judge his patients by their looks, no matter how intimidating or extreme, as he treats a young man with a jaw-dropping facial piercing.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Ashley Morgan as Natasha Cooke, Jerome Ehlers as Richard Reinheart, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Daniel Almalm as Moe Atsidakos, Ian Bliss as Jimmy 'Buzz' Beasley, Helen Middlemass as Newsreader, Chad Beckett as Lurch, Amanda Wenban as Mrs Blakeny, Eric Howes as Martin Blakeny, Ben Rowshanak as Mr Atsidakos, Tina Pitsiavas as Mrs Atsidakos

Truth Hurts

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Episode 9.24 (359)
August 01, 2006
Ratings: 1.39 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Bill Hughes

After a man who has been shot is dumped in the hospital grounds, he needs surgery to save his life. However, Jack is furious when Mike leaves him to fend for himself in the middle of the difficult operation. Erica and Zoe Gallagher (an old friend of Frank's) deal with a girl that presents with a broken arm but is not all she seems to be. The girl's mother is adament that Dr Gallagher not treat her daughter further for fear of her extraordinary genetic condition being revealed. Frank has a special delivery to make and has a last minute change of heart about letting Eve go to Europe.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West; Troy Planet as Denis Pool, Maeve Dermody as Taylor Patterson, Tony Chu as Anaesthetist, Robyn Forsythe as Jacqueline Cahill, Gosia Dobrowolska as Greta Patterson, Sebastian Dickins as Gun Shot Victim, Michael Duncan as Stunt Driver, Mark Duncan as Stunt Thrower, Olivia & Jade Woelms as Newborn Baby

Extreme Measures

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Episode 9.25 (360)
August 08, 2006
Ratings: 1.47 million viewers
Screenplay by Fiona Kelly
Directed by Lynn Hegarty

When attempts to resuscitate an MVA victim fail the team puts his cause of death down to injuries sustained in the accident. But they soon realise the victim was dead before he got in the car and find themselves dealing with a murder mystery and a murderer. A man with a hook stuck inside his penis claims he was involved in a freak fishing accident but his story seems a little far fetched. But eventually the truth comes out... along with the hook.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Craig Ball as Pete Saunders, Celeste Barber as Bree Mathews, Penni Gray as Margaret Walters, Dan Jamieson as Wayne Mathews, Manuk Aret as Manny Silva, Cameron Burke as Damion Urquhart, Malcolm Connell as Nathan Walters

Mind Games

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Episode 9.26 (361)
August 15, 2006
Ratings: 1.52 million viewers
Screenplay by Charlie Strachan
Directed by Cameron Welsh

The team are baffled by a woman with many faces who confounds the staff with her varied behaviour. Spence returns but not everyone is pleased to see him. Sean and Von track down the cause of an elderly couple's illness. In light of his sudden resignation, Frank challenges Mike to stay and face his demons.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, John Waters as Miklos Vlasek, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Tony Barry as Ross Sparks, Freya Stafford as Annie Tranter, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Annie Byron as Maise Sparks, Anna Anderson as Ana Choy, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Eva Di Cesare as Kristen Enderby, Jonathan Dutton as Kane Hely

One Wrong Step

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Episode 9.27 (362)
August 22, 2006
Ratings: 1.47 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Pino Amenta

Dan and Zoe get heated over a patient's diagnosis. Charlotte struggles with juggling work, her studies and her pregnancy while Spence commences work on the Paediatric team. Jack makes a brilliant save but finds himself ostracised by the surgical team. Erica and Bart enter the lion's den when they try to set Von up with a patient.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Amie McKenna as Bec Sherwood, Pippa Grandison as Leanne Warren, Christopher Truswell as Phil Masterton, Shane Briant as Jim Shackwell, Peter Flaherty as Denny Tremayne, Clancy Ryan as Dog Bite Girl, Neville O'Connor as Stab Wound Patient

Private Lives

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Episode 9.28 (363)
August 29, 2006
Ratings: 1.42 million viewers
Screenplay by Peter Gawler
Directed by Rob Marchand

Jack finds himself at odds with the new trauma surgeon at the site of a gruesome motor vehicle accident. A man presents with a voracious rash and the team are horrified when they discover its cause. Von finds a teenager's emotional pain far worse than her physical injuries.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Peta Sergeant as Bianca Frost, Ian Bliss as Jimmy "Buzz" Beasley, Jonathan Dutton as Kane Hely, Anna Anderson as Ana Choy, Martin Williams as Jonathan Kan, Kristen Boys as Clarissa Montgomery, Walter Kennard as Duncan Montgomery, Lauren Elton as Jessie Brooks, Renai Lawson as Bianca Double

The Other Man's Shoes

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Episode 9.29 (364)
September 05, 2006
Ratings: 1.461 million viewers
Screenplay by Margaret Wilson
Directed by Peter Fisk

Spence's thoughts are with Charlotte as he treats a woman who looks to be miscarrying. Jack is rocked by a scandalous revelation about Bianca, while a former nurse creates bedlam in the emergency department.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Amie McKenna as Bec Sherwood, Peta Sergeant as Bianca Frost, Helen O'Leary as Karen Moran, Jamie Timony as Brandon Moran, Lynette Curran as Harriet 'Hattie' Bell, Adam Hatz as Mr Pizzuti, Darren Gabin as Dean Armstrong

To The Ends of The Earth

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Episode 9.30 (365)
September 12, 2006
Ratings: 1.34 million viewers
Screenplay by Sam Meikle
Directed by Martin Sacks

A young boy with severe muscular dystrophy arrives at the hospital following a drug overdose. When he wakes and screeches that he would have preferred to die, the hospital staff must decide where they stand. Dan and Sean struggle to discover why a young man is running a dangerously high temperature. Their efforts to help him aren't aided by his girlfriend who withholds crucial, life saving, information. Frank makes a surprise trip to Paris to convince Eve to marry him but she's too busy flirting with a svelte Frenchman. Sean is shocked when a family member is admitted for treatment.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Alexandra Folwer as Eve Ballantyne, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Peta Sergeant as Bianca Frost, Manuk Aret as 'Manny' Silva, Anna Anderson as Ana Choy, Steve Rodgers as Paul Taylor, James Ryan as Casey Taylor, Robyn-Jane Lacey as Rosie Collins, Alice McConnell as Jenna Court, Melanie Cameron as Molly Court, Mathew Burns as Ryan Fraser, Oliver Rasir as Jean Pierre Duane, Roger Fleury as Henri, James Hazelwood as Eve's Bassist, Ivan Jordan as Eve's Drummer, Marie Peer Tolz as French Speaker 1, Pierre Petit as French Speaker 2, Rosalie Rustique as French Speaker 3, Mireille Reichwein as French Speaker 4

Ain't Love Grand

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Episode 9.31 (366)
September 19, 2006
Ratings: 1.377 million viewers
Screenplay by Kevin Roberts
Directed by Daina Reid

Spence presents Sean and his sister, Jenna, with some unsavoury treatment options for Sean's young niece, putting Spence and Sean at odds with each other. Deciding what to do would be challenging under any circumstances but the family harbours a secret that weighs even more heavily on their choice. Jo, an old university and nursing friend of Cate's, arrives in the ED. She's well travelled, likeable and a livewire and adds some colour to the day. Cate is pleased to see her and by the day's end Jo's here to stay, for a while at least. Frank returns to work just as unexpectedly as when he disappeared. It's an unusually cheerful Frank and his coworkers start to suspect that he plans on leaving the ED. When he insists that the team head off to Cougars Bar at shift's end, he makes them even more suspicious. An affair goes very wrong when a woman is injured in a backyard spa accident, forcing Dan to reconsider his tryst with Bianca.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Peta Sergeant as Bianca Frost, Manuk Aret as Manny Silva, Amie McKenna as Bec Sherwood, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Alice McConnell as Jenna Court, Matthew Lilley as Gary Smith, Daryl Heath as Mick Olsen, Melanie Cameron as Molly Court, Samantha Wilkinson as Kimberly Bray, Gil Balfas as Robin Bell

Happy Returns

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Episode 9.32 (367)
September 26, 2006
Ratings: 1.381 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Nicholas Bufalo

A plane crash sees the arrival of several critically injured victims to All Saints. Vincent arrives with two of the incoming, newlyweds, who have been fused together in the fire after the crash. Given Vincent's history of losing Grace in a plane crash, everyone is concerned about how he'll deal with this. And tensions mount in Resus when Vincent appears to be making life-threatening decisions. During the difficult task of trying to save the young newlywed's life we discover a new, gentler, and far more flexible Vincent.

Sean is desperate to somehow be more actively involved in the operation on his niece but there's no way Spence is going to let him be present at the operation. Pressured by his sister, Sean questions Spence's decisions in the operating theatre. Zoe and Von work on an old man, Ted, who has been separated from his wife after the plane crash. Frank and Erica have to deal with the pilot of the plane who is suffering some peculiar injuries and a bad case of survivor guilt.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Manuk Aret as Manny Silva, Katie Fitchett as Amy Miller, Peta Sergeant as Bianca Frost, Alice McConnell as Jenna Court, Melanie Cameron as Molly Court, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Martin Vaughan as Ted Walters, Andrew Crowley as Neil Wilmington, Peter Callan as John 'JC' Cotter, Chris Bath as Newsreader, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Sue Reginato as Anaesthetic Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Karl Reza as Surgeon

Note: Christopher Gabardi returns

Dead Girl Walking

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Episode 9.33 (368)
October 03, 2006
Ratings: 1.450 million viewers
Screenplay by Sean Nash
Directed by Jeffrey Walker

When a young woman, Paulie, is brought into the ED, Von, Frank and Cate are astounded to be told by the Ambos she believes herself already dead. Spence and Sean's relationship reaches boiling point when it looks as though Molly may be permanently paralysed. Vincent has most of the ED waiting for him to explode at Spence after discovering Charlotte and Spence are expecting a baby. Jack finds himself operating solo when anaesthetist and friend, John Cotter, collapses mid-operation. Cate receives some chilling insights from Paulie, the 'dead girl'.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Peter Phelps as Doug 'Spence' Spencer; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Amie McKenna as Bec Sherwood, Celeste Barber as BRee Matthews, Alice McConnell as Jenna Court, Melanie Cameron as Molly Court, Peter Callan as John 'JC' Cotter, Jonathan Dutton as Kane Hely, Manuk Aret as Manny Silva, Natalie Paige as Paula Davis, Sam North as Brett Davis, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Judy Madden as Anaesthetic Nurse, Marc Richards as Window Cleaner [Jerry Walton]

Contact

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Episode 9.34 (369)
October 10, 2006
Ratings: 1.245 million viewers
Screenplay by Andrew Kelly
Directed by Cameron Welsh

Dan joins the Medical Response Unit at the crash site of a bus carrying a junior rugby league team but his decision to ignore protocol lands him in hot water. Everyone is surprised when there is a teenage girl among the survivors. She presents with medical and personal problems that need to be unravelled and then treated. When an old patient of Von's returns with his wife who is refusing to speak, Bart makes a surprising breakthrough.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Amie McKenna as Bec Sherwood, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Martin Vaughan as Ted Walters, Barbara Morton as Marjorie Walters, Zac Drayson as Billy Longley, Andrew Ausage as Craig Huatare, Alex Morcos as Robert O'Sullivan, Helen O'Connor as Jill O'Sullivan, Rosie Pearson as Kirstie O'Sullivan, Sam Gill as Cougar Survivor

Where the Truth Lies

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Episode 9.35 (370)
October 17, 2006
Ratings: 1.307 million viewers
Screenplay by Fiona Kelly
Directed by Kevin Carlin

Erica's brother AJ arrives in hospital following a prison fight in which a guard is murdered, creating havoc in the ED. Erica is left questioning his involvement in the murder and the person he has turned into; but Dan discovers there's more going on than Erica's brother is prepared to tell her. Sean suspects foul play when a woman brings her desperately ill husband into the ED.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Anna Anderson as Ana Choy, Jonathan Dutton as Kane Hely, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Steve Vella as Mark Casteletti, Jay Gallagher as AJ Temple, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Kathryn Hartmann as Katherine Mitchell, Chris Gorley as Lawrence Mitchell, Phillip Ayoub as Carl Rinardi, Emily Stewart as Mrs Rinardi (7.19), Raoul Agapis as Prison Officer #1, Owen Buck as Prison Officer #2, Scott Garry as Prison Officer #3, Don Sweetnam as Prison Officer #4

Jaws of Death

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Episode 9.36 (371)
October 24, 2006
Ratings: 1.297 million viewers
Screenplay by Jeff Truman
Directed by Bill Hughes

When a plumbing problem shuts down the operating theatres, Vincent and his team must attempt to save a young man who has been the victim of a brutal shark attack by operating in the Resus Bay, drawing the attention of the Infection Control Officer. Ben Macedo is haunted by the memory of his mate being taken by a shark and feels guilty he didn't do more to help. Lindsay Blake has an infection in her lower leg, attributed to a waxing mishap. Bart diagnoses Necrotising Fasciitis. It becomes a race against time to not only save Lindsay's leg but her life.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Manuk Aret as Manny Silva, Daniel Feuerriegel as Cameron Jones, Josh Wakelyas Ben Macedo, Hannah Durack as Lindsay Blake, Jim McCrudden as Kevin Manning

Notes: Andrew Supanz in promoted into the opening credit block. Daniel Feuerriegel, recent McLeod's Daughters bad guy Leo Coombes, pops up the same week here as shark attack victim Cameron Jones

Love, Pain & The Whole Damn Thing

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Episode 9.37 (372)
October 31, 2006
Ratings: 1.31 million viewers
Screenplay by Blake Ayshford
Directed by Peter Fisk

It's the busiest night of the year in the ED. The stress this causes has differing effects on all the staff. A sleep deprived Cate accidentally administers an overdose of a medication to a patient. Bart takes the blame and is given a dressing down by Frank. Max, a psych patient, terrorises the ED and Erica in particular. Gabrielle falls victim to the flu and has to go home. Dan takes over and becomes 'Supernurse'. Moral and ethical considerations come into play when the victim of a hit and run must be declared brain dead and her husband is asked by Frank and Von to consider donating her organs.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Steve Bowers as Christian Blake, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Anna Anderson as Ana Choy, Wayne Pygram as Max Petrovski, Adrian Jarrett as Kyle Sparks, Lynne Porteous as Mrs Omar, Shaun-Angus Hall as Timothy Russell, Aaron Davison as Const, Hugo Joseph, Scott McLean as Drunk Driver, Shannon Anson as Mardi, Inge Sildnik as Tamara [Cook], Nigel Harbach as Christian Stunt Double, Larisa Chen as Pointing Woman

Breaking Point

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Episode 9.38 (373)
November 07, 2006
Ratings: 1.546 million viewers
Screenplay by Peter Gawler
Directed by Cameron Welsh

A man suffers horrendous injuries in a fall from a great height on a building site. His life is in the balance and his chances of survival are slight. His family race to his beside and it's then revealed that as complicated as his injuries are, his family life is even more complex. A female triathlete visits the ED, complaining of severe respiratory difficulties. Her diagnosis proves elusive, and her future with her coach, whom she loves, and her career as an athlete hangs very much in the balance. Sean's disapproval of Cate's behaviour and her friendship with Jo, leads her to revisit bad habits resulting in an embarrassing situation with Vincent.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Jonathan Dutton as Kane Hely, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Felix Dean as Todd McFarlane, Sarah Vandenberg as Vanessa McFarlane, Damian De Montemas as Scott McFarlane, Robert Carlton as Hodgie (7.18), Brett Sheerin as Ambo Partner, Viva Vianca as Michaeley Kratt, Niklas Damm as Ingmar, Jeff Prewett as Darren McFarlane

Love & Hate

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Episode 9.39 (374)
November 14, 2006
Ratings: 1.454 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Tony Krawitz

Casey Taylor, dying of Muscular Dystrophy, returns to the ED, his condition having deteriorated badly since the last time we saw him [Episode 9.30]. His father, Paul, is still refusing to accept that the end is near for his son. Frank is faced with the difficult task of trying to convince Paul that he should give his son permission to die.

Vincent returns from an MRU call out with a distraught man who, somehow, managed to get his leg caught in the conveyor belt mechanism of an automatic car wash. Sean is not impressed with Cate's behaviour of late but instead of his words getting through to her, they result in Cate heading off with Jo — perhaps for another night of debauchery. Zoe draws on a secret from her past to solve a medical mystery. Jack sits his surgeon's examination.

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West, Alexandra Fowler as Eve Ballantyne; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, John Tarrant as Lane Wilson, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Betty Lucas as Hannah McNamara, Steve Rodgers as Paul Taylor, James Ryan as Casey Taylor, Rebecca Massey as Melissa Wilson, Matt Cheney as Bruno, Katie Wall as Rhiannon Andrews, Mark Constable as Dominic Andrews

Note: John Tarrant (difficult patient Lane Wilson) may be familiar to viewers from his years ('88-'92) on A Country Practice where his wife was played by ex-All Saint Georgie Parker.

In memory of our friend
Belinda Emmett
1974 – 2006

Judgement Day

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Episode 9.40 (375)
November 21, 2006
Ratings: 1.617 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Bill Hughes

The day is not starting out well for Frank Campion. Arriving late for work he is forced to cut short a conversation with a grieving parent, Paul Taylor, to assist with an incoming MVA patient, Leonard Stormont. The young angelic looking man is in fact a prisoner who was being transferred to court when the prison van rolled. There are more casualties due in from the crash meaning Erica can't be of assistance due to her connection through her brother and Cate is so far missing in action. They are therefore a couple of nurses down forcing Frank to assign Bart to nursing duties...

Guest Starring: Jolene Anderson as Erica Templeton, Allison Cratchley as Zoe Gallagher, Andrew Supanz as Bartholomew West; Virginia Gay as Gabrielle Jaeger, Wendy Strehlow as Lorraine Tanner, Celeste Barber as Bree Matthews, Jacinta Stapleton as Jo Henderson, Jay Gallagher as AJ Temple, Yure Covich as Isaac Crawford (7.10), Steve Rogers as Paul Taylor, Mariel McClorey as Louise Jackson, Stellios Yiakmis as Detective De Santo, Kyle Blayney as Matthew Jackson, Keaton Walmsley as Matthew Jackson Dbl, Ersun Aydin as Detective Mills, Corey Woodcroft as Policeman, Andrew Stokes as Leonard Stormont, Bernadette Van Gyen as Jo Driving Stunt Double

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