Cleverman: episode guide

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Episode 2.04
USA: Wed, July 19, 2017
Aus: Thu, July 20, 2017
Written by Jada Alberts and Jane Allen
Directed by Leah Purcell

After escaping Waruu once again, Koen examines his neck; he should be fully healed by now and he's not. Something is not right.

When confronted by a furious Koen, Auntie Linda doesn't deny a thing about the death of Koen's parents — she's been waiting for this moment all of Koen's life. Fearing a diminution of his healing powers, Koen nevertheless takes Auntie Linda back to the place where she was hit by the blue blast. All he has to do is kill her, breathe her muya — 'essence' — back into her, and then revive her. Will it work?

Waruu takes the sap to Slade, to see if he can alter its composition and return it to liquid form. Slade is a wreck, the last sighting of Charlotte was with Jarli as they disappeared into bushland to the west. He orders McIntyre (Marcus Graham) to find her.

On Bindawu country, Jarli hides Charlotte away from the others, and brings Darana back to advise him. Darana is appalled at what he has done and orders Jarli to kill her.

On the run, Nerida, Alinta and Latani are caught by a CA unit, which includes Dolan & Hendricks. Dolan frees Nerida, but Hendricks arrests Alinta and puts her through the system. Latani escapes into the bush.

Ready to fight, Koen emerges from the abandoned warehouse, his face painted with ochre, a long jacket disguising his form, and the nulla nulla glowing a pale blue in his hand. A man who has brought someone back from the dead. A warrior, ready to bring an end to the division between peoples.

Cast (in order of appearance):

  • Rob Collins as Waruu West
  • Hunter Page-Lochard as Koen West
  • Clarence Ryan as Jarli
  • Frances O'Connor as Charlotte Cleary
  • Iain Glen as Jarrod Slade
  • Marcus Graham as Stephen McIntyre
  • Alec Doomadgee as Darana
  • Megan Hind as Taylor Diaz
  • Rachael Blake as Marion Frith
  • Isaac Drandic as Harry
  • Deborah Mailman as Aunty Linda
  • Taylor Ferguson as Audie
  • Tony Briggs as Boondee / Trevor
  • Tasma Walton as Araluen
  • Jada Alberts as Nerida West
  • Rarriwuy Hick as Latani
  • Tamala Shelton as Alinta
  • Warwick Sadler as Jeremy Joplin
  • Michael Matthews as CA Officer
  • Luke Ford as Tim Dolan
  • Mark Winter as Hendricks
  • Sarah Armanious as Lucia
  • Megan O'Connell as CA Officer Farugia
  • Lisa Flanagan as Harah
  • Lasarus Ratuere as Bakanah
  • Tessa Rose as Yani / Gwen
  • Tim Parsons as Latani Stunt Double