Blue Heelers: episode guide


Without A Trace

Episode 2.01 (046)
Tuesday, February 21, 1995
Written by Michaeley O'Brien
Directed by Mark Piper

When a middle-aged couple disappear from their farm, the Blue Heelers are shocked when they find out what actually happened.

Starring: Grant Bowler, Damian Walshe-Howling, Lisa McCune, William McInnes, Martin Sacks, Julie Nihill, John Wood

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, David Swann as Jeff Rice, Kristie Raymond as Belinda Ashley, Sam Johnson as Dennis Cole, Ellen Cressey as Mavis Cole, Geoff Parry as Greg Cole, Petru Gheorghiu as Ron Novak, Terry Trimble as Kevin Hotchkiss, Steven Smith as Driver 1, Wendy Grose as Driver 2

A Question Of Courage

Episode 2.02 (047)
February 28, 1995
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Richard Sarell

A brawl goes horribly wrong for both Maggie and Adam when they are forced to deal with a crazed nightclub bouncer.

Guest Starring: Terry Serio as Paul Reynolds, Matt Stevenson as Terry Walsh, Cindy James as Rebecca, John Powell as Nightclub Owner, David Whiteley as Doctor, Frances Forrest as Nurse, Phil Stammers as Manager, Karl Hansen as Footballer

A Cruel Reality

Episode 2.03 (048)
March 07, 1995
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Riccardo Pellizzeri

The town's first bank robbery puzzles the police and leads to an unexpected suspect, and Adam is learning how hard life can be.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Alicia Rose as Rachel Freeman, Robert Ratti as Ron Schroeder, David Tredinnick as Tony Norris, Francis Greenslade as Dean Edwards, Brett Swain as Det Snr Sgt Walsh, Steve Millichamp as Det Sgt Kelly, Leah Vandenberg as Phoebe Lawson, Barry Friedlander as Ralph Quinn, Christine Davey as Counsellor

Mates

Episode 2.04 (049)
March 14, 1995
Written by Hugh Stuckey
Directed by Gary Conway

An old friend of Tom's who betrayed his trust returns to make amends. The ex-con's return to town moves PJ and Rose to reopen his case.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Peter Hosking as Alex Bailey, Sam Vandenburg as Damien Bailey Hendricks, John Arnold as Gordon Hendricks, Kate Ingram as Van Hendricks, Greg Saunders as Robbie Freedman, Georgie Basey as Shelley, Libby Stone as Mrs Richer, Robert Cooper as Roy Raymond, Lance Anderson as Pedro, Nimai Alladin as Jasper

Out Of Harm's Way

Episode 2.05 (050)
March 21, 1995
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Mark Piper

A man's abduction of his daughter from his ex-wife gets Adam personally involved when the father insists on only negotiating with him. Nick finds Adam's rifle missing from his locker. He is concerned, knowing that Adam is worried at the prospect of being HIV positive. Adam gets the results of his HIV test.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, John Howard as Michael Fielding, Richard Healy as Ian Rasheed, Robyn Gibbes as Sharon Rasheed, Alison Thorn as Rebecca, Jeff Kovski as Madman, Claire Paradine as Debbie

Breaking the Cycle

Episode 2.06 (051)
March 28, 1995
Written by Judith Colquhoun
Directed by Richard Sarell

A boy at a local school has severely assaulted one of his classmates. After questioning at the station, the boy is cautioned and sent home. The next morning, the police are called to a tragic case of domestic violence, a case that forces Rose to confront her past when she makes a very wrong assumption.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, David Swann as Jeff Rice, Esben Storm as Colin Roper, Toni Scanlan as Jane Roper, Chris Lyons as Sam Roper, Dan Daperis as Mathew Roper, Glynnis Jones as Tina Bianchi, Michael Bentham as Lee Jackson, Penny Schlam as Mrs Jackson, Rosemary Johns as Tracey Kellow, Brent Petro as Jason Kellow, Ben Georgiou as Boy, Joan Coote as Secretary, Vic Gordon as Mr Blythe, Barbara Joseph as Welfare Worker

Heavy Traffic

Episode 2.07 (052)
April 04, 1995
Written by Michael Winter
Directed by Riccardo Pellizzeri

A traffic blitz in Mt. Thomas causes headaches for Tom and the rest of the Blue Heelers when Nick's friend is killed in an accident. PJ is kept busy investigating a drug theft from the local vet.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Leo Taylor as Erik Strickland, Damien Richardson as Jason Wallace, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Angie La Bonzetta as Belinda Preston, James McGaan as Billy Peters, Colin Duckworth as Tibor Kerenyi, Joanie Thomas as Gloria Harvey, Bernadette Ryan as Murchie, Noel Hodda as Harris, David Armstrong as Wally

Gun Law

Episode 2.08 (053)
April 11, 1995
Written by David Allen
Directed by Gary Conway

Maggie's gun goes missing, and there could be dire consequences if it is not found quickly. Nick shepherds Inspector Faulkner's nephew who is on a work experience placement at the station.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, Anthony Hayes as Phil, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Shayne Willey as Dork, Maxine Klibingaitis as Judy, Christopher Baz as Steve, Nathan Doekes as Peter, Rhonda Papadimitrious as Mrs Dawkins, Heath Campbell McLean as Mark, Bob Newman as Mr Johnson, John Benton as Mr Collis, Tegan Stewart as Chloe

Ripples On The Pond

Episode 2.09 (054)
April 18, 1995
Written by John Coulter
Directed by Brendan Maher

PJ and Rose investigate a clever lawyer for crimes against a Chinese restaurant owner and his family. Tom warns Nick about getting involved with Sasha Peters, his friend's widow.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Fiona Choi as Lucy Chen, Sky Tse as Mr Chen, Jeremy Fuller as Ben, Jane Longhurst as Sasha, Kevin Summers as Walkers, Roderick Williams as Danno, Stephan Pease as Lex, Mariane Steele as Marilyn Spillaine, Bronwyn Dicecco as Mrs Walters, Anna Volkov as Walter's Daughter

Protected Species

Episode 2.10 (055)
April 25, 1995
Written by Max Singer
Directed by Mark Piper

An old friend of Tom's is attacked, but charging the offender becomes more complicated than he bargains for.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Kris McQuade as Maureen Powers, Bob Baines as Sgt Barton, Tiriel Mora as Sgt Carmello, Jeremy Angerson as Daryl Watson, Susanne Chapman as Sonia Miller, Vic Gordon as Harry Jinks

Stop For A Bite

Episode 2.11 (056)
May 02, 1995
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Karl Steinberg

When a pub patron orders a pie and bites into a dead mouse, the Heelers investigate a food-contamination scare in Mt Thomas. Job placements are on the line when the Mt Thomas station undergoes an internal efficiency audit.

Guest Starring: Dale Stevens as Rose Egan, Max Gillies as Bill Foster, Victoria Eagger as Grace MacDonald, Cliff Ellen as William Foster, Rodney Bell as Malcolm Foster, Jane Longhurst as Sasha, Tony Rickards as Compo Hayes, Helen Trenos as Celia Donald, Jason Clarke as Craig Dyer, Stuart Baker as Richo, Michael Isaacs as Clancy, Judith Mary Stuart as Mrs Edwards

The Long & Winding Road

Episode 2.12 (057)
May 09, 1995
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Steve Mann

The arrival of two backpackers in town leads to a murder investigation for the Heelers. One of the backpackers complicates Wayne's life, when a romance blossoms. Nick applies for the job of Watch-house Keeper.

Guest Starring: Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, Elise McCredie as Clare, Annika Glac as Eva, Scott Meneilly as Trent Bates, Peter Docker as Dave, Robert Price as Union Representative, Terry Brittingham as Mr Bates

The Old School Tie

Episode 2.13 (058)
May 16, 1995
Written by Patrick Edgeworth
Directed by Julian McSwiney

When a plane goes down in dense bushland near Mt. Thomas, the Heelers are involved in a search and rescue operation, discovering a politician dragging a dead girl from the wreckage.

Guest Starring: Jeremy Kewley as Jonathan Ryder, Beverley Evans as Harriet Kepple, Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Chris Lee as Scott James, Lindy Wallis as Mrs Ryder, Aiden Fennesy as Ken Spriggs, Trevor Major as Davis, John Raaen as S & R Co-ordinator, Katrina Conder as Nurse, Axl Taylor as Lenny the Barman, Jo Stanley as Emma Stevens, Rainey Carah as Dead Judy Spriggs

Motherlove

Episode 2.14 (059)
May 23, 1995
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Mark Piper

When a bikie gang arrives in Mt Thomas, Holly McLeod, an ex-bikie, prefers the company of the gang to caring for her two children. Maggie becomes determined to remove the children from their mother.

Guest Starring: Libby Tanner as Holly McLeod, Mark Neal as Roger McLeod, Marcus O'Laughlin as Fergus, Chris McLean as Owen, Milan Perkins as Vinnie, Jake Notafrancesco as Corey McLeod, Bianca Louise Cowan Brennan as Bella McLeod

Dead Ringer

Episode 2.15 (060)
May 30, 1995
Written by Shane Brennan
Directed by Karl Steinberg

Nick has the chance to run the station during Tom's absence, but his job is made more complicated by the discovery of an unidentified body in Mt. Thomas which brings Nick's old Homicide Squad rivals to town.

Guest Starring: Janet Andrewartha as Detective Ryan, Gary Files as Des Lang, Renato Bartolomei as Detective Scarlatti, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Alethea McGrath as Mrs Carmichael, Fred Barker as Frank Wade, Ross Simons as Matt Haley, Wayne Comley as Station Master

The Lolita Blues

Episode 2.16 (061)
June 06, 1995
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Steve Mann

The Heelers are helpless when an underage girl moves in with her teacher but her desperate mother will do anything to get her back. Meanwhile, PJ investigates two brothers who are the chief suspects in an unsolved interstate payroll robbery.

Guest Starring: Denis Moore as Ben Minchin, Shaunna O'Grady as Carol Treloar, Tasma Walton as Kim Treloar, Nick Waters as Inspector Faulkner; Brian Mannix as David Emlyn Hughes, Dave Cotter as Ricky Hughes, Liz Catherall as Selina Braun, Louise Watson as Tracey Hughes, Bernadette Byrne as Jaimi, Megan Chambers as Claire, Yvette Vardy as Samantha, Norma Gutherie as Mrs Jones, Lily Speiser as Tracey's Baby

Note: Tasma Walton returns to star as "Dash" McKinley starting from episode 3.21

Shadowman

Episode 2.17 (062)
June 13, 1995
Written by Anne Brooksband
Directed by Richard Sarell

When the Heelers are called upon to investigate a rape in Widgeree, the prime suspect is a local prowler. However, the situation becomes complicated when it is discovered that the married victim is having an affair. It is up to the Heelers, and a Magistrate, to identify the true rapist.

Guest Starring: Kerry Armstrong as Sandy Fielding, Colin Hay as Brad Fielding, Jon Concannon as Steve, Alan Docker as Norman Walsh; Sue Dwyer as Beth Walsh, Des Mullan as Matt, Steve Lane as Harry, Layla Beavis as Gemma Walsh, Jared Daperus as Timmy Fielding, David Whiteley as Doctor

Trust Me

Episode 2.18 (063)
June 20, 1995
Written by Ruth Field
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Both Nick and Wayne's private lives are complicating their work. Nick has to arrest the brother of his lover, Sasha, and Wayne is accused of bashing the husband of an old friend. The situation becomes complicated when it appears both cases aren't entirely unrelated.

Guest Starring: Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Elliot Hayes as Greg Griffiths, Mercia Deane-Johns as Marcia Hyland, Doug Tremlett as Jerry Hyland; Stuart Baker as Richo, James McRae as Herb Jones, Tracey Flanigan as Receptionist

Parenting

Episode 2.19 (064)
June 27, 1995
Written by Judith Colquhoun
Directed by Mark Piper

Nick is drawn into a family's problems when the parents of a star basketballer become victims of vandalism. Tom's daughter Susan returns to Mt Thomas unexpectedly with some news.

Guest Starring: Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, Frank Gallacher as Geoff Garrick, Belinda Davey as Lyn Garrick, James McKenna as Toby Garrick, Jim Ewing as Barney Clarke, Shayne Willey as Damien

Gun Crazy

Episode 2.20 (065)
July 04, 1995
Written by Russell Haig
Directed by Gary Conway

Wayne is thrown into the world of guns when a local gun shop is robbed and Tom is held up in his office.

Guest Starring: Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, Maya Stange as Kerry Mitchell, Robert Morgan as Frank Powell, Jon Brooks as Brendan Shaw, Ian Swan as Mitch Mitchell, Peter Felmingham as Bob Campbell, Sarah Egglestone as Nurse

With Prejudice

Episode 2.21 (066)
July 11, 1995
Written by Michaeley O'Brien
Directed by Richard Sarell

Mt Thomas is subjected to the scrutiny of the outside world when the media invades the community after the disappearance of a five-year-old girl.

Guest Starring: Marg Downey as Karen Rhinehardt, Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, Beverley Evans as Harriet Kepple, Michael Isaacs as Clancy; Greg Carroll as Mathew Rhinehardt, Lois Collinder as Nina Dwyer, John Paisley as Bill Dwyer, Sally Kiel as Dana Collier, Vashti Hughes as Trudi Hopkins, Kathy Bedford as Mrs Davies, Warwick Begg as Barry Tuxfield, Androo ALlen as Cameraman, Sally Moore as Newsreader, Mathew Fragapane as Nathan Rhinehardt, Justin D'Orazio as Tony Castel, Naomi Wright as Shelley Rhinehardt

Paranoia - Part 1

Episode 2.22 (067)
July 18, 1995
Written by Michael Winter
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

When officers from Internal Investigations arrive in town en masse to probe allegations of corruption among the Heelers, tempers fray. The day goes from bad to worse when a trio of prisoners escape while being transported, Chris and Adam are hostage at the pub, and Tom is shot while acting as a mediator.

Guest Starring: Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, David Field as Michael Doyle, Stig Wemyss as Dean Shipley, Robert Grubb as Sgt. Harris, Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, David Blackman as Lance Irvine, Ralph Marsden as Police Van Driver, John McCullough as Police Van Officer, Axl Taylor as Barman

Paranoia - Part 2

Episode 2.23 (068)
July 25, 1995
Written by Peter Gawler
Story by Michael Winter
Directed by Mark Piper

Tom Croydon is shot at the Imperial Hotel. The mood of paranoia among the Heelers intensifies as they set out to capture the prison escapees and avenge Tom's shooting.

Guest Starring: Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, David Field as Michael Doyle, Stig Wemyss as Dean Shipley, Terry Gill as Clive Adamson; Nick Waters as Ted Faulkner, David Blackman as Lance Irvine, Rachel Blakely as Gina Belfanti, Katrina Mathers as Olive Katavich, John Raaen as Raymond Harding, Philip Reilley as Brett Casey, Trevor Welsh as Noel Mitchell, Tom Coltraine as IID Officer, David Whiteley as Doctor, Cherise Donovan as Small Girl [Kelly], Dean Caulfield as SRS Officer

Note: the role of Maggie's brother Michael will be played in the future by Terry Serio

The Collector

Episode 2.24 (069)
August 01, 1995
Written by Tony Morphett & Wal Saunders
Directed by Julian McSwiney

A routine robbery investigation is complicated when it is discovered that Aboriginal artefacts are involved. The squad adopt a kid-gloves approach but run into trouble just the same.

Guest Starring: Bob Hornery as Colonel Charles Thomas, Rhoda Roberts as Michaela Drew, Ross Thompson as Lionel Weekes, Auriel Andrew as Auntie Lachlan; Julie Day as Jenny Weekes, Iain Murton as Lawyer

The Homecoming Queen

Episode 2.25 (070)
August 08, 1995
Written by John Wood
Directed by Mark Piper

An old schoolfriend visits Tom and soon comes under suspicion in a robbery investigation. Could there be a link between a robbery at a concert and the return of Tom's old schoolfriend?

Guest Starring: Jacqy Phillips as Francine Wyatt, George Kapiniaris as Gordon Jennings, Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, Tom Travers as George White, John F Howard as Rocky, Bobby Bright as Eddie Nelson, Reg Gorman as Freddie, Barrie Bardoe as Gerry, Tony Schmidt as Paul, George Maleckas as Ray, Frederick Rowan as DJ

Secrets

Episode 2.26 (071)
August 15, 1995
Written by Margaret Plumb
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Pro-active Policing is required when a local schoolgirl becomes the victim of harassment by her classmates after she has an abortion prompting action from the Mt Thomas officers who vow to stamp out the problem for good. Tom is up for promotion against Monica Draper. Wayne's friends try to cheer him up after he is served wth divorce papers by Roz. Tom asks out Chris to fend off the advances of an admirer.

Guest Starring: Kristy Barnes Cullen as Tanya Holland, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Peter Farago as Doug Holland, Guy Mallaby as Campbell James, Bianca Griffin as Heather Moore, Shelley Krape as Adele Johnson, Jules Hutchison as Cheryl Moore, Andrew Carter as Craig Trubshaw, Finn Greentee-Keane as Mark, Maryanne Steele as Margaret Holland, Craig Gillespie as Suited Man

The Last Straw

Episode 2.27 (072)
August 22, 1995
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Richard Sarrell & Riccardo Pellizzeri

The Blue Heelers are embroiled in a bovine saga when a farmer's prize bull is shot dead. Meanwhile on the personal front, Adam realises that Chris is not remotely interested in him.

Guest Starring: Reg Evans as Keith Purvis, Felix Nobis as Lyle Dempsey, John Bishop as Clarrie Dodds, Nik Barker as Austin Blair, Jason Davis as Miles Everitt, Stephen Curry as Eddie Dodds, Colin Duckworth as Tibor Kerenyi

The Best of Rivals

Episode 2.28 (073)
August 29, 1995
Written by Fred Clarke
Directed by Brian McDuffie

The lives of Wayne and Nick tragically collide when Nick befriends a young graffiti artist and Wayne helps a mate. Maggie and Wayne prepare for the senior-constable exam.

Guest Starring: Sheridan Compagnino as Fleur, Craig Adams as Spider, Christie Sistrunk as Kim, Michele Williams as Benita; David Walters as Wozza, Fille Dusseljee as Kathy, Cheryl Ballantine as Mrs Stoppard, Mickey Camilleri as Mrs Gregory, Andrew Murrell as Mr Gregory, Peter Bergman as Peter Fisher, James Wright as Doctor

Swings & Roundabouts

Episode 2.29 (074)
September 05, 1995
Written by David Allen
Directed by Julian McSwiney

The Blue Heelers investigate a drug theft at the local hospital.

Guest Starring: Rachel Blakely as Gina Belfanti, Mark Pennell as Andrew McKenzie, Nield Schneider as Simon Brophy, Caroline Lee as Tracy Mitchell, Michael Blair as Dave Prosser, Paul Glen as Patrick Mitchell, Susan J. Arnold as Stella Downer, Jane Adams as Mrs Fell, Anne Hales as Doreen Mitchell, Lance Anderson as Drug Grower 1, George Novak as Drug Grower 2.

Double Jeopardy - Part 1

Episode 2.30 (075)
September 12, 1995
Written by Ysabelle Dean
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

The Mt Thomas officers learn well-known local trouble-maker Joe Kenny has been given an early release from prison and batten down the hatches in anticipation of fresh mayhem. Wayne becomes involved with Kenny's wife and convinces her to help the police but his promise of protection falls through and leaves Wayne open to an allegation of sexual harassment. Tom prepares for a visit from Acting Inspector Monica Draper.

Guest Starring: Rebecca Rigg as Kate Kenny, Anthony Lawrence as Joe Kenny, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Kristian Schmidt as Aaron Landers, Cristin Daniel as Ditch Kenny, Paul Biggs as Knocker Kenny, Kevin Whitney as Cashier

Double Jeopardy - Part 2

Episode 2.31 (076)
September 19, 1995
Written by Michaeley O'Brien
Directed by Mark Piper

After the Kennys rough-up Wayne, he is forced to fight for his career and reputation when Kate charges him with sexual harassment.

Guest Starring: Rebecca Rigg as Kate Kenny, Anthony Lawrence as Joe Kenny, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Kristian Schmidt as Aaron Landers, Cristin Daniel as Ditch Kenny, Paul Biggs as Knocker Kenny, Eve Connolly as Tess Ryan, Lindsay Cox as Ron Goldman

The Mongrel Factor

Episode 2.32 (077)
September 26, 1995
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Brian McDuffie

Gold fever overcomes the citizens of Mt Thomas with potentially tragic consequences for one family.

Guest Starring: Tony Rickards as Compo Hayes, Margaret Christensen as Venetia Hayes, Shawn Unsworth as Gary Colley, Robyn Wyman as Sue Colley, Helen Trenos as Celia Donald, Casey Hawkins as Lisa Colley, Andrew Jans Brown as Todd, Lawrence Price as Trevor, Michael Seymour as Workman, Mark Padfield as Claim Jumper

Just Desserts

Episode 2.33 (078)
October 03, 1995
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Julian McSwiney

PJ is a key witness in a case concerning a death threat made by a campaign worker of local Member of Parliament George Tobias against an election rival. When the prosecutor calls in sick with appendicitis, Maggie has to fill in. But can she match up against the experience of defence lawyer Brady Jackson? After Maggie becomes friendly with Brady, PJ shows signs of jealously.

Guest Starring: Hugh Jackman as Brady Jackson, Susie Edmonds as Jan Carter, Nicholas Bell as Magistrate, Myles Collins as Todd Ellery, Morgan Smallbone as Stephen Meredith, Michelle Offen as Gemma Malcolm, Emily Jane Romig as Jessica Malcolm, George Vidalis as George Tobias, Peter Maver as Todd's Defense Council, Brad Wade as Clerk.

Unnatural Death

Episode 2.34 (079)
October 10, 1995
Written by Cassandra Carter
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

When the police investigate the murder of a Vietnam veteran found stabbed to death in his hospital bed, they focus their investigations on a schizophrenic man obsessed with knives.

Guest Starring: Michael Carman as Albie O'Connell, Miki Oikawa as Etsuko Saikawa, Brian Hannan as Nat Gough, Leon Teague as Danny Locke; Karen Davitt as Zoe Hamilton, Dave Murray as Terry O'Connell, Marguerite Owen as Magda, Katrina Conder as Nurse, George Ginis as Gianni Luccini.

Tough Love

Episode 2.35 (080)
October 17, 1995
Written by Louise Crane
Directed by Mark Piper

Nick has to relive a nightmare in order to help Tom's daughter escape from one of her own. Members of a nearby commune are suspects in a string of burglaries.

Guest Starring: Beth Buchanan as Susan Croydon, Greg Ross as Gene Daniels, Nick Waters as Inspector Faulkner, Justin Leonard as Michael Talbot; Kevin Groves as Keith Talbot, Peta Masters as Julie Talbot, Richard Lambert as Jason, Denzil Howson as Simon, Myles Collins as Todd Ellery, Tara Levy as Deanne, Emma Schellhorn as Photographer.

A Question of Loyalties

Episode 2.36 (081)
October 10, 1995
Written by Michael Winter
Directed by Brian McDuffie

After PJ is caught up in a bank robbery with Maggie, he is fingered by the offender as an accomplice and suspended after a large amount of the stolen money is found in his house. Maggie enlists the help of an old ally to get to the truth behind the allegations hanging over PJ, clear his name, and to prove that he was setup.

Guest Starring: Dennis Miller as Pat Doyle, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, David Glazebrook as Peter Grantham, Nick Waters as Inspector Faulkner, Rachel Blakely as Gina Belfanti, Chris Hillier as Henry Wheeler, Peter Hardy as Colin Fraser, Jon Stephens as Ian Finch

Vow of Silence

Episode 2.37 (082)
October 17, 1995
Written by Robert Harris & Peter Dick
Directed by Steve Mann

When Chris' niece runs away, abuse is suspected. PJ's suspicions about the local priest are confirmed when he is named by the boyfriend of the young girl's mother.

Guest Starring: John McTernan as Father Michael Carlisle, Breeanna Obst as Jade Jackson, Jeff Keogh as Stuart McGuire, Margaret Mills as Gail Jackson, Vashti Hughes as Trudi Hughes, Andrea Tatman as Amy Holloway, Lyn Reardon as Waitress

Juggling With Smoke

Episode 2.38 (083)
October 24, 1995
Written by Dave Worthington
Directed by Gary Conway

Melbourne Cup day hardly brings Mt. Thomas to a standstill when a series of burglaries rock the town.

Guest Starring: Stuart Baker as Richo, Michael Burkett as Slasher, Kristian Pithie as Kel, Tim Bell as Harry, Christopher Stevenson as Phil, Peter Knowles as Stevo, Hannes Berger as Jim, John Weldon as Truckie, Trevor Hindmarch as Guard, Ross Mueller as Bushwalker, David Meadows as Business Man

The Discount Suit

Episode 2.39 (084)
October 31, 1995
Written by Fred Clarke
Directed by Karl Steinberg

Everything seems to be coming together for Wayne when he finds friendship with Sal D'Angelo and his son Tony. After restoring an old motorbike in Sal's garage, Wayne is thrilled to learn that the bike is worth thousands of dollars. Wayne has to balance his job and loyalty to a friend when a mate's blood alcohol sample inexplicably goes missing. Meanwhile, PJ investigates a series of intimidation attacks on local businesses, and a family wedding tests Chris' relationship with Adam.

Guest Starring: Gerard Kennedy as Sal D'Angelo, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Craig Goddard as Tony D'Angelo, Robert Ratti as Mr Kazalak; Maryrose Cuskelly as Mrs Kazalak, Carolyn Bock as Jody, Anthony De Fazio as Ken, Anne Vercoe as Young mother, George Dixon as Elderly man, John Cramer as Extortionist 1, Randall Killip as Extortionist 2

Brotherly Love (Part 1)

Episode 2.40 (085)
November 07, 1995
Written by David Allen
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

At Tom's annual police Christmas party, all goes well until an intoxicated Nick announces his and Sasha's engagement. After the party, Maggie and PJ encounter their friend and fellow party-goer Gina Belfanti after she has been raped. Upon interviewing everyone who was at the party, it is learned Adam left the party with Gina but he refuses go into detail about what happened between them, eventually admitting the two had sex. Adam's older brother Sam soon becomes the main suspect and the only witness to the crime is Clancy, a mentally disabled man. Meawnhile, a pair of troublesome brothers keep the Heelers busy.

Guest Starring: Rachel Blakely as Gina Belfanti, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Michael Isaacs as Clancy, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Stephen Whittaker as Sam Cooper, Fletcher Humphrys as Jonathon Grant, Rian McLean as Malcolm Grant, Ian Toyne as Gerald Grant, Jeff Kovski as Bob Marrow, Christine Davey as Jill Westcott, Karen Davitt as Zoe Hamilton, Liza Oates as Barbara James, Kevin Whitney as George Whelan

Brotherly Love (Part 2)

Episode 2.41 (086)
November 14, 1995
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Brian McDuffe

The Mt Thomas police are still trying to find Gina's rapist, and after Adam's brother is cleared, the next suspect is a man who works for Chris at The Imperial. The police decide to set up the rapist by using Maggie as the bait, but will PJ and the others save her in time after the plan is called off? Meanwhile, Sasha and Nick's relationship comes to an abrupt end, while PJ and Maggie share their first official kiss.

Guest Starring: Rachel Blakely as Gina Belfanti, Peta Doodson as Monica Draper, Michael Isaacs as Clancy, Jane Longhurst as Sasha Peters, Stephen Whittaker as Sam Cooper, Fletcher Humphrys as Jonathon Grant, Jeff Kovski as Bob Morrow, Karen Davitt as Zoe Hamilton, Terry Trimble as Chick, Judy Johnson as Mrs Ogmore, Georgia Power as Miss Lamb, Nola Gaylard as Householder

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