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Drawing Dead

Episode 1.09 (finale)
Sunday, April 06, 2014
Ratings: na
Written by Michaeley O'Brien
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

The murder charges against Tony Mokbel prove a mountain too high for the police and prosecutors. The Crown witnesses — both hitmen — prove erratic on the stand and Tony is acquitted of one charge while the other murder case is withdrawn before trial. But the original Mexican cocaine conviction will stick and he's now facing an avalanche of new drug charges related to The Company's activities.

Meanwhile, Carl Williams is spared from any further temptation to testify against allegedly corrupt cops and/or Tony when he is brutally murdered in his cell.

Tony is sentenced to thirty years behind bars for his drug convictions with a minimum of twenty-two to serve. But it's the heartbreak that follows, Danielle admitting she can't wait that long, that really brings him down.

And that's where we leave Fat Tony, sitting in his cell cooking brown rice, wondering if it was all worth it. While the state and federal police officers who chased him for a dozen years pack the Mokbel files into dozens of archive boxes and send them off to Records.

Cast: (in order of appearance)

  • Robert Mammone as Tony Mokbel
  • Madeleine West as Danielle McGuire
  • Jodie Dry as Petria Knight
  • Leah Vandenberg as Consultant Psychologist
  • Stephen Curry as Jim Coghlan
  • Emerson Angove as Madison McGuire
  • Alex Tsitsopoulos as Milad Mokbel
  • Vince Poletto as Horty Mokbel
  • Ryan O'Kane as Boris Buick
  • Ian Bliss as Bernie Edwards
  • Mat Stevenson as Police Prosecutor
  • Simone Kessell as Tamara Chippindall
  • Lester Ellis as Johnny "Joan" Tedesco
  • Gyton Grantley as Carl Williams
  • Rowan Francis as George Williams
  • Renee Bezzina as Melanie
  • Debra Byrne as Judy Moran
  • Jeremy Kewley as Desmond "Tuppance" Moran
  • Darren Thomas Padgham as Geoffrey Armour
  • Simon Westaway as Mick Gatto
  • John Brumpton as Reuben Fox
  • Richard Cawthorne as Jarrod Ragg
  • Terry Kenwrick as Judge
  • Steve Carroll as Jury Foreman
  • Olaf Savage as Sol Soloman
  • Steve Bastoni as Charlie Bezzina
  • Nicholas Bishop as Paul Dale
  • John Klotz as Tommy Ivanovic
  • Thomas Vlamis as Tony's Older Son
  • Benedicy Kazlauskas as Matty Johnson
  • Hollie Andrew as Roberta Williams
  • Emma Martin as Dhakota Williams
  • Shane Jacobson as Jim O'Brien
  • Paul Rochford as Stunt Actor