Water Rats: episode guide


Recalled To Duty

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Episode 2.01 (27)
February 10, 1997
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Catherine Millar

Back on the job after having shot her fiancé, corrupt copper John "Knocker" Harrison dead, is Detective Rachel Goldstein, reacting snappily to being dubbed "Gunner Goldstein" by a colleague with an unhealthy interest in what it's like to kill someone. Dave McCall is at the receiving end of a spear from a booby-trapped sunken car loaded with stolen gold ingots. Goldie and Holloway investigate the bullion robbery while the Nemesis crew is assigned to supervise the training of a former Olympic rower turned prison inmate.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Walton as Harry Birch, Marshall Napier as Joe Da Silva, Anthony Lawrence as Moyes, Drayton Morley as Kevin Halley, Jean Paul Bell as Lane, Peter Mochrie as Knocker Harrison, Treffyn Koreshoff as David Goldstein, Khym Lam as Dr. Young, Jessica Devita as Kelly Jones, Mike McKay as Birch Double/Warder, Michael Somerville as Surveillance Officer

Closed Circuit

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Episode 2.02 (28)
February 17, 1997
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Catherine Millar

When a light plane crashes in Sydney Harbour the divers have the task of pulling out the passengers while Frank and Rachel investigate the pilot. A gun-shy Goldie tries to come to terms with her demons.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Paul Mercurio as Les Johnson, Kym Wilson as Amanda White, Andrew James Mead as Garth Morris, Chris Parker as Marie Vincent, Bill Rutherford as Airport Official, Tove Petterson as Melanie Shields

Import Export

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Episode 2.03 (29)
February 24, 1997
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Mark Piper

When the owner of a shipping company is killed by a bomb down on the waterfront, the detectives are assigned to find out who is responsible. But feelings between Holloway and Goldie sour when he becomes involved with the wife of the dead man. Holloway insists she's a grieving widow, but the woman is on Goldie's list as a suspect. After failing to resuscitate a baby, Fiona resigns from the service deciding she is unable to trust her instincts following the discovery of the identity of the person responsible for the baby's death.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Imogen Annesley as Jennifer Campbell, Tara Jakszewicz as Cathy Mullen, Steve Le Marquand as Tim Mullen, Felix Williamson as Alberto Laterza, Roger Ward as Jim Lockwood, Hamish Mitchell as Rick Campbell, Kristen Mann as Bill Campbell, Stephen Jones as Pete, Helen Creswell as Doctor, Carmen Warrington as Psychologist, Charles Conway as Ferry Captain, Treffyn Koreshoff as David Goldstein, Joshua Mazloum as Timmy (Baby)

Jilted

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Episode 2.04 (30)
March 03, 1997
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Mark Piper

Holloway's involvement with Jennifer Campbell, a suspect in her husband's murder, increases despite warnings from Goldie. Holloway becomes a target himself, but is he being threatened by the bomber, or from the Melbourne Detective obsessed with Jennifer himself? Holloway is forced to learn a bitter truth: that people are not necessarily what they seem. Hawker provides comfort to a woman who believes her soon-to-be ex-husband has sailed off with their son. New constable Tayler Johnson can't make inroads with her coworkers.©tzuk

Introducing: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Imogen Annesley as Jennifer Campbell, Felix Williamson as Alberto Laterza, Vanessa Steele as Janine Watts, Ken Radley as Peter Ransom, Roger Ward as Jim Lockwood, Hamish Mitchell as Rick Campbell, Peter Fyfe as Listener #1, Sonia Lansdowne as Water Police #1

Truth Or Dare

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Episode 2.05 (31)
March 10, 1997
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Early on a rain-swept morning, the detectives are called out to a waterside warehouse where a distraught security guard has shot an escaping robber. The robber turns out to be a friend of Dave McCall who is d etermined to prove the guard a liar. Working alongside Superintendent Sarah Franklin, Hawker attempts to disprove negligence on the part of the Water Police in their handling of the search for two lost boaters.©tzuk

With: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Leverne McDonnell as Stella Morgan, Julie Haseler as Melanie Thomas, Will Usic as Rollo, Alan Cinis as Ken Ingram, Tracy Mann as Superintendent Franklin, Harry Pavlidis as Michael Milford-Shaw, Clarrie Thane as Eddie Booth, Stephen Olsson as Mechanic

Give Me Money

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Episode 2.06 (32)
March 17, 1997
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

When a bomb goes off inside a waterfront restaurant, it is discovered the owners are being blackmailed. The detectives go undercover in the restaurant to try and learn who the extortionist is and it is Holloway who is given the task of delivering the bag of cash. In a tense operation, he criss-crosses the Harbour following the extortionist's instructions before making the final drop-off. But the extortionist is smarter than anyone thought and his capture isn't going to be simple. Tayler gets her first taste of action on the water before being relegated back to desk duty by Sergeant Blakemore.©tzuk

With: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Daniel Rigney as Nick Dimitriou, Lucy Bell as Angela Dimitriou, Zachery McKay as Colin Mitchell, Daniel Mitchell as Victor Barclay, Gerry Tacovsky as Steve Barber, Mark McCann as Local, Gary Lynch as Publican, Don Lazaras as News Stand Vendor, Annette Conrad as Businesswoman

End Of The Line

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Episode 2.07 (33)
March 24, 1997
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Goldie realises how little control parents have over the lives of their children when she and Holloway investigate the death of a 22-year-old girl at a party. Christina Lambert collapsed from a drug overdose at a fashion party, but why was this girl, who her friends deny was a drug user, taking amphetamines? It is up to Goldie and Holloway to find the answer and put a stop to any more deaths.©tzuk

With: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Treffyn Koreshoff as David Goldstein, Anna Volska as Kath Lambert, Tony Barry as Bill Lambert , Graham Harvey as Gary Mayo, Chloe Allan as Christina Lambert , Jason Clark as Jason Ford, Monroe Reimers as Doctor, Michael Duggan as Coroner, Steve Judkins as Jake, Natalie Roy [Nathalie Roy] as Anna, Graham Rhodes as Graham, Jocette Coote as Model, Angus Thurgate as Supplier, Mark Symington as DEA Officer

Note: guest star Anna Volska is the mother of actress Lucy Bell who appeared in the previous episode

Wrong Place, Wrong Time

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Episode 2.08 (34)
March 31, 1997
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

As Tavita takes an early morning ferry ride to work, the ferry collides with a large fishing trawler. Tommy tries to control the panic, risking his own life to help passengers escape before the ferry sinks. In the aftermath of the disaster, Tayler unknowingly hands robbery proceeds back to a thief while Sykes looks into the life of his double who was killed in the crash and Goldie and Holloway try to ascertain who was at fault in the accident.©tzuk

With: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Martin Vaughan as Vic Roland, Brett Fellows as Martin Fitzgerald, Hugh Sexton as Dave, Ken Snodgrass as Mr. Sykes, Allan McFadden as McDonald, John Alan Su as Mr. Watts, Paul Rogers as Diver, David Sheenan as John Gavin Sykes, Doug Wiggins as Smoking Man, Stewart Tilse as Crime Scene Officer, Rebecca Cartwright as School Girl, Cathi Small as Young Woman, Tim Allen as Trawler Captain

Sex Games

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Episode 2.09 (35)
April 07, 1997
Written by David Allen
Directed by Alister Hallum

Terry jeopardises his career when he falls into bed with Gina Downie, a woman he rescues when her dive into a shipwreck goes wrong. Believing their rendezvous to be just another one-night stand, Terry tries to give the girl the flick but she has more sinister intentions which culminate in a near fatal attack on Terry. Frank and Rachel try to solve the puzzle of a woman found floating in the Harbour. Was she murdered or did she commit suicide? ©tzuk

With: Raelee Hill as Constable Tayler Johnson.
Guest Starring: Helene Joy as Gina Downie, Chris Cummins as Jeff Langley, Noel Hodda as Simon Waverly, Yvette Alcott as Janice Towne, Ross Anderson as Raymond Towne, Rebecca Bowles as Petra Waverly

Eye For An Eye

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Episode 2.10 (36)
April 14, 1997
Written by Serge Lazareff
Directed by Alister Hallum

Tayler falls for the handsome Brett Boyce, an operator of a water taxi company, but becomes entangled in the conflict between Brett and his older brother Liam, who works for a rival business. The Nemesis crew are called upon to rescue a sixteen-year-old boy who is attempting to sail around the continent.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Tamblyn Lord as Brett Boyce, Kiri Paramore as Liam Boyce, Colleen Cook as Fiona Boyce, Justin Rosniak as Kingsley

Goldie's Trip

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Episode 2.11 (37)
April 21, 1997
Written by Russell Haig
Directed by Mark Piper

Holloway tries to shift his relationship with Goldie to a more a personal footing, but his efforts are thwarted when an old friend calls her for help. Goldie goes undercover as a drug courier aboard an incoming yacht from Thailand but things go terribly wrong when her cover is blown and the desperate drug dealers kidnap her at gun point.©tzuk

Guest Starring: David Field as Doug Harvey, Marin Mimica as David Lapinski, Jon Bennett as Joseph Lapinski, Yves Stening as Scott Briggs, Kim Deacon as Holly Dean, Jason Colby as Snr. Constable Peters, Kieran Darcy-Smith as Des, Paula Arundell as Michelle (DEA), Mark Innes as Gus, Dan Luxton as Crime Scene Officer, Michael Manuel as Waiter, Mal Tibbitts as Garbage Man, Owen Buick as Pete, Melinda Cochrane as Julie

One Dead Rat

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Episode 2.12 (38)
April 28, 1997
Written by Russell Haig
Directed by Guy Norris

Three convicts, including those who kidnapped and terrorised Goldie, make a dramatic escape from a prison van and try to make their getaway in a stolen boat on the Parramatta River. Tensions between Hawker and Blakemore escalate.©tzuk

Guest Starring: David Argue as Toser, Marin Mimica as David Lapinski, Jon Bennett as Joseph Lapinski, David Field as Doug Harvey, Anne Tenney as Gail Hawker, Ursula Brooks as Jane Burton, Tessa Wells as Tiffany , Dan Luxton as Crime Scene Officer, Rocky McDonald as Prison Guard, Mark Ikin as Crewman

The Messenger

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Episode 2.13 (39)
May 05, 1997
Written by Victoria Custo
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Hawker is stunned when a psychic tells him she has had a "vision" about a missing girl. With great reluctance, the detectives are brought onto the case. Goldie establishes a rapport with the psychic but Holloway is skeptical. Is she genuine or is she just after the $10,000 reward money being offered by the girl's parents? Goldie meets a new man — and creates a new career for herself.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Clodagh Crowe as Megan Brown, Vanessa Downing as Margaret Hobbs, John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Julie Godfrey as Emily Miles, Jolyon James as Darrin Hill, Leslie Dayman as Ken Miles, Peter Stonham as Jacknife, Isabella Gutierrez as Lucy Colletta, Rod Zuanic as Peter Sands, Alan Chappell as Gordon Hobbs, Greer Mallet as Sally Hobbs, Paul Pantano as Rap, Shadrack Bruce as Street Kid

The Man In The Moon

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Episode 2.14 (40)
May 12, 1997
Written by Anne Brooksbank
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

The Nemesis crew hear gunshots coming from inside a yacht in the dead of night. Boarding the yacht they find a bloodbath; two dead bodies and a badly injured woman who makes a garbled statement about "the man in the moon" before dying. Holloway and Goldie investigate the shooter, a supposedly happily-married real estate agent who in fact, is leading a double life. Tavita's friendship with an elderly couple ends in tragedy.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Clayton as Ronald Barnsley, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Diane Smith as Clare Moon, Alex Jones as Carly, John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Julie Godfrey as Emily Miles, Leslie Dayman as Ken Miles, Walter Sullivan as Arthur Bell, Agnus Bruck as Belinda Morris, Paul Boardman as Howard Moon

Stolen Time

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Episode 2.15 (41)
May 19, 1997
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

The detectives are called in to investigate when a young woman believed to have been stalked by an admirer called "Desperate Dave" is reported missing. Sykes, Tayler and Tavita attempt to outwit a couple of bag snatchers at Darling Harbour but their pursuit is halted when Tayler falls overboard. Hawker stumbles upon Helen and Tayler's relation when he confronts them after hearing rumours that the pair are involved intimately.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Anja Coleby as Linda "Coco" Jones, Rachel Blake as Carly Bridges, Alex Morcos as Ellery Mason, Arky Michael as Dave Fremont, Jenny Morris as Marlene O'Brien
With: Penelope Timmis, Carlo Berkley, Jarrah Knox, Stuart Tilse, Suzanne Marshall, Jo Ellicot, and Alexander Luppi

Fireworks

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Episode 2.16 (42)
May 26, 1997
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

The Water Police are called to a robbery scene where a quantity of fireworks were stolen off a barge. Just as they arrive at the scene, an explosion sends the owner and his assistant flying. As it turns out, one of the school kids seen running from the barge is Hawker's son. Will a policeman have to arrest his own son? Sykes loses his self-confidence when he is bashed and robbed. Frank gives Sykes a hard time before turning the other cheek.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Anne Tenney as Gail Hawker, Mitchell McMahon as Rick Hawker, Samantha Howie as Erin Hawker, Ben Harvey as Martin, Grant Noy as Terry, Andrew James as Coach, Roy Billing as Stan, Damon Herriman as Gerry Bourke, Mike Miller as Security Guard, Christopher Galletti as Bomb Squad Leader, Peter Healy as Local Cop #1, Steve Cox as Local Cop #2

Shroud Lines

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Episode 2.17 (43)
June 02, 1997
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Geoffrey Nottage

Goldie and her new man, Michael Jeffries, are guests at a wedding on "The Bounty." However, the romantic setting is shattered when a body falls from the sails. Goldie quickly sets aside her wine taster persona and turns professional in her detective role, putting her relationship with Michael on the line. Frank and Goldie unravel the mystery of the dead body, which takes on a much bigger profile when an extortionist claims the killing is part of a planned terrorist attack on the Australian tourism industry. Gavin tracks down the man who stole his car.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Alan Lovell as Alan Royce, Niki Owen as Lou Drake, Matt Doran as Bjorn Robinson, Peter Callan as Ben Tomosino, Jay Mannering as David Anthony, Blazey Best as Olivia "Livvy" Eaton, Anthony Ingersent as Pathologist, Gary Vincent as the Skipper of the Bounty, Tom Hunter-Leary as Matt Willis, Mark Butler as Mr. Willis, Tim Hunter as Sam Meyer, George Catsi as Car Thief, Julie Lowe as Celebrant, Nerida Russell as Bride

Hunting Season

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Episode 2.18 (44)
June 09, 1997
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Geoffrey Nottage

The resources of the Water Police are stretched to the limit when the US Navy cruises into Sydney Harbour during the Mardi Gras weekend. Goldie and Holloway join the boat crew in trying to keep order on the harbour as a flotilla of fanatical environmental protesters hinder the Navy's arrival. The weekend takes a violent turn when a teenager is found bashed and left for dead in the Water Police car park. Livvy, the bar attendant, reveals she overheard five American sailors talking about harassing gays prompting Tommy to organise a posse of off-duty Rats to track them down. Goldie is offered a job in the security business.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Blazey Best as Livvy, Barry Quin as Rafe Johanssen, Judith Wright as Rhonda O'Brien, John Rohan as Gordon, John Keightley as Mr. Parsons, Justin Cohen as Brad Parsons, Ian Crow as Doctor, Josephine Barrett as Diana, Cinonin Johnson as Nurse, Rupert Reid as Jens

Blood Trail [Part One]

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Episode 2.19 (45)
June 16, 1997
Written by Victoria Madden-Custo
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

When the mutilated body of a Melbourne woman is pulled from Sydney Harbour, dectectives Holloway and Goldstein are sent to Melbourne to investigate. The woman's son has disappeared and it seems her sister, as well as a shady King Street nightclub owner, know more than they are willing to let on. A man pulled from the sea by the Nemesis crew claims his boat was struck by a cargo ship, sending him and his still-missing wife overboard.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Simon Burke as Det. Sgt. "Mac" Phillips, Essie Davis as Snr. Det. Nicola Burke, Shane Withington as Det. Insp. Gordon Withers, Aaron Blabey as Gary Travis, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Bridie Carter as Joanne Calvert, Suzi Dougherty as Tara Edwards, Paul Caesar as Matthew Woods, Maggie Blinco as Shirley Kemp, Gabrielle Adkins as Knox, Sue Collie as Dianne Ratcliff, Anthony Martin as Colin "Chopper" Lewis, Alison Stander as Flight Attendant, Sam O'Dell as Duster, Christopher Bancroft as Charlie Hayes, Miladin Peric as Bodyguard

Dead Or Alive [Part Two]

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Episode 2.20 (46)
June 23, 1997
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

The investigation into the death of Melissa Davies continues but the stakes are raised with the knowledge that her son, Jordon, is still alive. The question is, why would these men want the child? Fearing that Jordan may have witnessed his mother's murder, the detectives are desperate to find him before he too is killed. An eager young journalist following the Nemesis crew is more interested in Tayler than his story while Sykes is overly co-operative in what he tells the reporter about his colleagues.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Aaron Blabey as Gary Travis, Simon Burke as Det. Sgt. "Mac" Phillips, Essie Davis as Snr. Det. Nicola Burke, Shane Withington as Det. Insp. Gordon Withers, Salvatore Coco as Michael Gallo, Suzi Dougherty as Tara Edwards, Michael Perry as Jordan Davies, Danielle Long as Shelley Conway, Dimitri Psiropoulos as Jack Reagan, Bridie Carter as Joanne Calvert, Christopher Bancroft as Charlie Hayes, John Morris as Mitch Brentwood

All At Sea

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Episode 2.21 (47)
June 30, 1997
Written by Michael Miller
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

When Frank goes on an overseas attachment, Rachel has difficulty adjusting to her new partner after the two are thrown together to investigate a mysterious drowning. Constable Sam Bailey competes in a free dive competition.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Bruce Venables at Tom "Chubb" Clancy , Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Claudia Black as Beth Williams, Andrew Tighe as Daniel Hansford, Desmond Kelly as George Guppy, Tom Weaver as James Guppy, Jamie Oxenbould as Arthur Hill, Theo Burns as Fisherman, Celia Bickmore-Hutt as Secretary, Ron Rodger as GMO, Bill Hayden as Bushy, David Hayden as Solicitor

Retribution

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Episode 2.22 (48)
July 07, 1997
Written by Anne Brooksbank and Vicki Madden-Custo
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Holloway, Tavita and Sykes investigate the death of a bikie who was gunned down in a harbourside park. Packages of drugs found floating in the harbour keep the dive team busy as Dave tries to ease a shaken Constable Bailey back to work.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Peter O'Brien as Trevor Adler, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Paul Kelman as Gary "Chook" Preston, Felicity Price as Sally, John Walton as Walton, Kevin Healy as Mr. Ferguson, Colin Taylor as Alan Whittaker, Nikki Wetland as Bikie Chick, Phillip Garrison as Jimbo, Harley Dave Lothian as Joe Corbell

Smile

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Episode 2.23 (49)
July 14, 1997
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Frank is investigated by Tony Brady of Internal Affairs after petty a criminal taken to the station for questioning accuses Frank of assaulting him while in custody. Rachel and Frank investigate a series of safe robberies in which evidence at the crime scenes all points to inside jobs. Taylor and Tavita find themselves looking after two precocious children when their parents are arrested.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Blazey Best as Livvy Eaton, Richard Healy as Inspector Brady, Scott Salter as Det. Snr. Constable O'Brien, Douglas Hedge as Norman "Skip" Towne, Phillip Gordon as Samuel Jones, Antonia Murphy as Ingrid Dahl, Matthew Long as Peter Stewart, Harry Cripps as Lance Carlisle, Sarah Chadwick as Yvonne Carlisle, Mark Snell as Jason Carlisle, Tahnee Maestri as Rebecca Carlisle, Samantha Theron as Waitress

Deadfall

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Episode 2.24 (50)
July 21, 1997
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

When Sam Jones is found murdered, Frank immediately becomes the prime suspect. Goldie and Holloway investigate the disappearance of a young barmaid last seen alive by Tayler in the company of her cab tdriver.©tzuk

Guest Starring: John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Blazey Best as Livvy Eaton, Richard Healy as Inspector Brady, Scott Salter as Det. Snr. Constable O'Brien, Michael Denka as Terry Brown, Taylor Owens as Mrs. Eaton, Ben Tari as Danny Blair, Judith Chaplin as Gloria, Jeremy Ball as Tarquin Patrick, John Walton as Police Diver

The Witness

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Episode 2.25 (51)
July 28, 1997
Written by Margaret Wilson
Directed by Guy Norris

Holloway is charged with the murder of Sam Jones and suspended from police duties. Meanwhile, Goldie sets out to clear his name with a bit of help from her new partner — Sykes. Believing Frank is being set up by Melbourne crime figure Charlie Hayes to discredit him as a witness in Gary Travis's upcoming trial [see eps 45 and 46], Goldie sets out to locate Ronny Jefferson, a witness to the Melissa Davies murder, and the only other person whose evidence can convict Travis. Hearing Ronny relate a recent near fatal accident, Goldie places him in protective custody. The boat crew deal with a pair of jetskiers whose antics are threatening an endangered penguin species.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Noah Taylor as Ronny Jefferson, Richard Healy as Inspector Brady, Douglas Hedge as Norman "Skip" Towne, David Callan as Sergeant Bill Rouse, Richard Norton as Brian Atkins, Scott Salter as Det. Snr. Const. O'Brien, Eric Oldfield as Mr. Carter, Laurence Breuls as Jeremy Carter, Bronwyn Eather as Magistrate, David Spencer as Jack Hampton, Dominic Condon as Police Prosecutor, Jessica Napier as Vanessa, Kristoffer Greaves as Snr. Const. Lewis, Arlo Ussher-Clarke as Pizza Boy, Samantha Rebillet as Young Woman

The Cleaner

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Episode 2.26 (52)
August 04, 1997
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Guy Norris

Having discovered who killed Sam Jones, Holloway decides to set himself up as bait in an attempt to catch the killer. Goldie has an important decision to make regarding her future when Michael proposes — her lover or her partner. Police boats Nemesis and Harpy respond when a fishing boat capsizes.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Richard Healy as Inspector Brady, David Callan as Sergeant Bill Rouse, Richard Norton as Brian Atkins, Michael Barnacoat as Governor, John Adam as Michael Jeffries, Kelly Dale as Sam Bailey, Sebastian Huber as Christopher, Melinda O'Connor as Christopher's Mother, Grant Page as Trawler Captain, Lawrence Wodward as Fisherman #1, John Andrews as Fisherman #2, Robery Janick as Mick Harley Richards, Bogdan Koca as Tomek Morawski, Nicholas Stribakos as Ratso Talbot