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A Chip and a Chair

Episode 1.08
Sunday, March 30, 2014 (Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth)
Ratings: 547,000 viewers
Sunday, April 06, 2014 (Sydney/Brisbane)
Ratings: 381,000 viewers
Written by Michaeley O'Brien
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Catching Tony is one thing, extraditing him to Australia another. Tony has always backed long shots and now he tries every trick, every angle to prevent being dragged back to face a bunch of serious drug trafficking charges Purana have compiled and the murder charges he vehemently denies.

Meanwhile his vast drug manufacturing operation in Victoria is shut down and his entire crew rounded up and arrested. And as if Tony doesn't have enough problems, his old pal Carl Williams is offered a deal by police if he'll provide chapter and verse on Tony's criminal enterprises.

Carl extracts every concession he can before finally rejecting the idea of shopping his mate Tony, demonstrating there may just be honour among thieves after all!

Tony eventually runs out of legal obstacles and is flown back to Australia by Learjet to face the music.

Cast: (in order of appearance)

  • Madeleine West as Danielle McGuire
  • Emerson Angove as Madison McGuire
  • Maria Mercedes as Agape Makrakanis
  • Aria Sanza as Baby Renae
  • Isabelle Sanza as Baby Renae
  • Robert Mammone as Tony Mokbel
  • Steve Mouzakis as George Kastanis
  • Dean Cartmel as Phil Costa
  • Ben Noble as Bruce Richmond
  • Ryan O'Kane as Boris Buick
  • Simone Kessell as Tamara Chippindall
  • Robert Rabiah as Dario Mancini
  • Stephen Lopez as Fabio Mancini
  • Dan Mor as "Red Reckoner"
  • Martin Sharpe as Nick Loxton
  • Heidi Arena as Commissioner Christine Nixon
  • Shane Jacobson as Jim O'Brien
  • Gyton Grantley as Carl Williams
  • Hollie Andrew as Roberta Williams
  • Emma Martin as Dhakota Williams
  • Alex Tsitsopoulos as Milad Mokbel
  • Simon Westaway as Mick Gatto
  • Louise Mandylor as Lora 'Mama' Mokbel
  • James Chalas as Yiannis Vlachos
  • Andrew Pantelis as Marxist Leader
  • Panda Likoudis as Jimmy Samsonides
  • Richard Cawthorne as Jarrod Ragg
  • Stephen Curry as Jim Coghlan
  • Angelo Tzoumas as Incorruptible #3
  • Jason Gianginis as Incorruptible #1
  • Vinod Kumar as Incorruptible #2
  • Christine Keogh as Barbara Williams
  • Jessica Scapicchio as Prostitute #1
  • Jacinta Canavan as Prostitute #2
  • Tom Vlahiotis as Greek Prison Guard
  • Samantha Tolj as Renae Mokbel
  • Helen Magelaki as Hairdresser
  • Ian Bliss as Bernie Edwards
  • John Brumpton as Reuben Fox
  • Vince Poletto as Horty Mokbel
  • Olaf Savage as Sol Soloman
  • Rowan Francis as George Williams
  • Richard Anastasios as Stunt Actor
  • Chris Chalmers as Stunt Actor
  • Graham Jahne as Stunt Actor
  • Jim Petropolous as Stunt Actor
  • Paul Rochford as Stunt Actor
  • Rick Tonna as Stunt Actor