Water Rats: episode guide


As Fast As You Can / The Gingerbread Man

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Episodes 3.01 & 3.02 (53 & 54)
February 09, 1998
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Geoffrey Nottage

Liz Robinson, Frank's second ex-wife, seeks his help and protection from a blackmailer who has photos of her having cocaine snorted from her belly. The Nemesis crew capture a trio of escaped felons and locate the father of a young boy found trying to sail home to New Zealand by himself. The rift between Hawker and Blakemore widens when he blocks her promotion and then takes credit for her work on a special project for the Olympics. Tavita proposes to Rhonda.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rebecca Hobbs as Liz Robinson, Anthony Phelan as Supt. Chris Theodore, Judith Wright as Rhonda O'Brien, Erik Thomson as Lloyd Menzies, Hugh Baldwin as Chick Benson, Tim McCunn as Edmunds, Nick Meenahan as Jones, Nick McKay as Carter; Michael Magee as Buster, Peter Hayes as Jerry Blast, Bryan Andrews as Mr. Wallace, Joan Millar as Daphne Bridgeman, Yann Le Berre as Claude Larue, Steve Morris as SPG Commander

For Old Times' Sake

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Episode 3.03 (55)
February 16, 1998
Written by Ellie Beaumont
Directed by Mark Piper

When Liz is nearly run down in front of him, Frank, fearing for her safety following her husband's murder in prison, suggests that she stay with him. Tommy's relationship with Rhonda comes to a tragic end.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rebbecca Hobbs as Liz Robinson, Judith Wright as Rhonda O'Brien, Dennis Coard as John Moore, Dane Carson as Steve Telleli, Diana McLean as Trish, David Wheeler as Robert Richmond, Geoff Barker as Boona, Ian Cockburn as Dero, Alan Lloyd as Fisherman, Nathy Gaffney as Celebrant, Linda Caruthers as Megan Bradford, Marcus Schultz as Dennis Wheeler

One For The Social Workers

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Episode 3.04 (56)
February 23, 1998
Written by Margaret Wilson
Directed by Steve Mann

Goldie and substitute partner Jack Christey take on surveillance duty to catch a rapist who has been abducting women from parked cars and assaulting them. McCall and Tavita are sent out onto white-water rapids on a rescue operation. Still hurting from his own loss, Tommy takes it upon himself to deliver a result.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Steve Bisley as Det. Jack Christey, Dianne Weller as Kate Perrin, Stephen Hayden as Ross Stride, Steve Cox as Det. Anderson, Mark Duffey as Jim Evans, Shane Alexander as Steven, Derek Armistead as Park Ranger, David Edwards as Stuart, Felicity Hay as Victim #3, Yanna Black as Hospital Registrar

Sympathy For The Devil

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Episode 3.05 (57)
March 02, 1998
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Goldie and Tavita, who is standing in for Holloway, investigate an arson attack on a boat inside which the body of a teenage boy is later found. The owner of the boat has a dubious affinity with young boys, but is he the culprit or another victim? The Nemesis crew play host to a pair of Detectives from the UK.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Treffyn Koreshoff as David Goldstein, John Walton as Walton, Jamie Croft as Danny Banks, David Downer as Dr. Kim Donovan, Adam Couper as Det. Ray Atkinson, Julian Garner as Det. Chris Borthwick, Lynette Curran as Glenda Lord, Rachel Henderson as Corinne, Matt Jenkins as Brandon, Joshua Campbell as Youth, Simon Hicks as Gary Gillette

Bloody Kids

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Episode 3.06 (58)
March 10, 1998
Written by Margaret Wilson
Directed by David Caesar

When Goldie and Tavita arrest Dave McCall's son and charge him with the supplying and trafficking of illegal drugs, the pressure of balancing work and home life gets to Dave. A quantity of stolen explosives are used in an attempted bombing of the Harbour tunnel.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Aaron Jeffery as Senior Constable Terry Watson, Abe Forsythe as Sam McCall, Shayne Francis as Julie McCall, Zachery McKay as Mad Johnno Horswell, Benjamin Seton as Michael Webber, John Allen as Mr. Webber, Tim Hunter as Mick

Behind Closed Doors [Part One]

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Episode 3.07 (59)
March 17, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Mark Piper

Frank and Goldie find themselves investigating a domestic dispute when a woman claims her husband stabbed her. After the Nemesis crew intervenes in a dockside brawl, Tayler loses her confidence and requests desk duty having been unable to contain a violent suspect.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rebecca Hobbs as Liz Robinson, Scott McGregor as Rob Jennings, Robyn Gibbes as Marcia Jennings, Sean Kennedy as Matthew Jennings, Gezelle Byrnes as Holly Jennings, Barbara Moreton as Hazel Krantz, Nick Opolski as Barry Campbell, Inge Hornstra as Carly Herbert, Garth Russel as Nick Furness, Jim Webb as Ivan

The Long Haul [Part Two]

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Episode 3.08 (60)
March 17, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Chris Langman

When Holloway becomes caught in the middle of a siege, Goldie must use her negotiating skills to help him and the other hostages gain their freedom.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rebecca Hobbs as Liz Robinson, Scott McGregor as Rob Jennings, Robyn Gibbes as Marcia Jennings, Nick Opolski as Barry Campbell, Garth Russel as Nick Furness, Inge Hornstra as Carly Herbert, Linda Newton as Jane, Timothy Jones as Ewan, Rani Ranjan as Lotte, Sam Couzens as Courier, Lamberto Bianchi as Tony, John Raaen as Ed, Lawrence Woodward as Johnno, Andrew Crabbe as Harry, John Walton as Walton

Die For Me

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Episode 3.09 (61)
March 31, 1998
Written by Victoria Madden-Custo
Directed by Steve Mann

While Holloway is away in Melbourne for a job interview, Goldie and Tavita hunt down a serial killer.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Elizabeth Fleming as Jennifer Freedman, Anne Grigg as Gwen Freedman, Elizabeth Gentle as Patrice Carruthers, Guy Leslie as Leonard Patrick, Paul Richard as Tony Carter, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Katie Wall as Donna King, Jason Paull Hayes as David Clarke, Peter Eyers as John Connelly, Blaise Cooper as Steve Webb, Gary Vincent as Fred Dryden, Alan Russel as Priest, Mark Kounnas as Dan Forester, Monette Lee as Elain Owens

Old Dog, Old Tricks

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Episode 3.10 (62)
April 07, 1998
Written by Michael Miller
Directed by Chris Langman

Holloway and Goldie investigate an extortion racket in Chinatown. Sykes and Hawker compete against each other in an 18ft skiff race.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rebecca Hobbs as Liz Robinson, Anthony Wong as Trevor Chang, Yina Lee as Sophie Chang, Ritchie Singer as Terry Madigan, Paul Hunt as Curly, Augustine Lau as Paul Pen, Graham Turner as Hawker's Skipper, Greg Patterson as Sykes' Skipper, Pohsee Tan as Chinese Shopkeeper, Guy Leslie as Leonard Patrick

Run For The Money

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Episode 3.11 (63)
April 14, 1998
Written by Chris Hawkshaw
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Rachel and Helen investigate the violent kidnapping of a diamond broker's wife, an incident that bears a striking resemblance to the disappearance of his first wife seven years earlier. Dave McCall has to cope with the pressures of running the station in Hawker's absence, finding his runaway son, and preventing his marriage from disintegrating. The Water Police are assigned to contain a media frenzy as teen pop sensation Milkshake film their latest music video on the harbour. Emma Woods joins the dive team.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Rohan Michael as Walter Buchanan, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods; Dominic Condon as Nick Nobis, Matthew O'Sullivan as Mr Mycroft, Tiriel Mora as Alfred Rapsardi, Christine Stephen-Daly as Sylvia Rapsardi, Brooke Anderson as Finn, Luke Rex as Guy Leplag, Abe Forsythe as Sam McCall, Shayne Francis as Julie McCall

A Little Knowledge [Part One]

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Episode 3.12 (64)
April 21, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Stephen Wallace

Holloway poses as a criminal when he goes undercover in an attempt to expose an armed robbery operation.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Sonia Todd as Louise Bradshaw, Terry Serio as Olly, Bob Noble as Jack Curtis, Teo Gebert as Les, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Dominic Purcell as Alex, Michele Fawdon as Joan Curtis, Beth Champion as Cheryl Simms, Vanessa Bates as Shop Assistant #1, Ian Whalan as Technician

Double Play [Part Two]

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Episode 3.13 (65)
April 28, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Stephen Wallace

Holloway's undercover operation becomes increasingly more dangerous as the armed robbery gets closer. Despite the police's ongoing investigation, Les is granted bail and threatens to blow Frank and Louise's cover. The divers recover Cheryl's body from the harbour. Frank is forced to act as the getaway driver during the robbery but a sudden change in plans throws off the police surveillance unit and places Frank's life in jeopardy.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Sonia Todd as Louise Bradshaw, Bob Noble as Jack Curtis, Teo Gebert as Les, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Dominic Purcell as Alex, Michele Fawdon as Joan Curtis, Beth Champion as Cheryl Simms, Rodney Samuel as George Topolino, Rebecca Lenehan as Jewellery Shop Assistant, Les Asmussen as Shop Owner, Max Hart as Magistrate

Soft Target

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Episode 3.14 (66)
May 05, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Stephen Wallace

Goldie investigates the disappearance of a young girl and the subsequent murder of the woman suspected of her kidnapping. Further complications arise when it is revealed that Terry is the father of the missing girl.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Aaron Jeffery as Snr. Const. Terry Watson, Anna Lise as Megan, David Terry as Darren, Elizabeth Maywald as Karen, Katrina Foster as Rose Thomas, John Derum as Tony Thomas, Monopoly Rakus as Maddie, Minerva Rakus as Maddie, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Andrew Marshall as Bill Summers, John Walton as Diver Walton, Rostislav Orel as Sam Neeven

Not Fade Away

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Episode 3.15 (67)
May 12, 1998
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by David Caesar

When armed-robber Kiwi Dave pins Frank to the ground, holds a gun to his head and pulls the trigger, his near-death experience leads him on a one-man anti-gun campaign and a journey of self-discovery. Helen is promoted to the rank of Senior Sergeant.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Treffyn Koreshoff as David Goldstein, John Walton as Walton, Robert Carlton as Kiwi Dave, Archer Lyttle as Walter Schreck, Kieran Darcy Smith as Xavier Tully, Catherine Pym as Psychologist, Christopher Dibb as Det. Sgt. Griffiths, Colin Burkinshaw as Borsari, Barbara Biciste as Jacqui, Adam Hatz as Peter Georgiadis, Shaun Cochrane as Constable, Brett Hannaford as Convenor, Jan Cripps as Dept. of Housing Nominee, Rico Ramas as Spanish Diver #1, Ian McGregor as Hospital Officer

Romeo Is Bleeding

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Episode 3.16 (68)
May 19, 1998
Written by Vicki Madden-Custo
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

When Jack Christey, Frank's temporary replacement, attempts to board a boat to apprehend a teenager who is in an armed stand-off with the Water Police, the boy panics and in the ensuing confusion, both he and Tayler are shot. Tayler's near-fatal shooting prompts a reunion between Helen and her estranged brother.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Steve Bisley as Det. Jack Christey, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Paul Pantano as Max Ryde, Leah Tansey as Samantha Barnes, Peter Sumner as John Barnes, Peter Fisher as Bruce Johnson, Natasha McNamarra as Doctor Hellier, Christopher Dibb as Sgt. Briggs, John Walton as Walton.

Note: Paul Pantano won the 1998 Australian Film Institute's Young Actor Award for his work in this episode

Heads Or Tails

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Episode 3.17 (69)
May 26, 1998
Written by Chris McCourt
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Detectives Goldstein and Christey investigate when a gym bag containing a man's severed head is found washed up on a beach. Tavita and Sykes' pursuit of a young boy comes under scrutiny when the boy disappears after diving into the harbour in an attempt to evade the officers.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Steve Bisley as Det. Jack Christey, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Susie Porter as Julie Drummond, Madeleine Blackwell as Mira Huber, Scott McRae as Arnie Silverton, Renato Bartolomei as Jonah Moty, Myles Conti as Adrian Gleeson, Anthony Hayes as Jarrad Masters, Jenny Apostolou as Cynthia Poulos, Matthew Whittet as Leo Bolger, Lorna Lesley as Mrs. Gleeson, Jody Kennedu as Girl, Tim Dwyer as Neil, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, John Walton as Walton

Mocha Fudge

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Episode 3.18 (70)
June 02, 1998
Written by Andrew Kelly
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

An old copper mate of Holloway's is caught up in a drug dealing operation that uses an ice-cream boat as a cover. Tavita, Sykes and McCall respond to a robbery at the wharves and wind up in a bar brawl as they track down a number of stolen VCRs.

Guest Starring: Doug Bowles as Dennis Cole, Joel McIlroy as Eddie Olejarnick, Rhonda Doyle as Becky Olejarnick, Josef Ber as Owen, Damian Bradford as Darren Wright, Kim Hillias as Irene Bollard, Sean De Ruyter as Shipping Agent, Jason Coleman as Drug Dealer, Toby Munday as Drug Buyer, Daniel Fox as Doctor, Christian Edwards as Craig

Let The Dead

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Episode 3.19 (71)
June 09, 1998
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Chief Inspector Jeff Hawker finds himself on the firing line when ballistic tests prove his gun was used to kill Vince Blake eight years ago. Goldie and Hawker work together to clear his name. Meanwhile, Tavita finds himself in the middle of a dispute at the site of an archeological dig.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Laurence Clifford as Larry Hicks, Leah Purcell as Sarah Lane, Demond Connellan as Dr Henry Giles, Ritchie Singer as Terry Madigan, Jack Mayers as Billy Smith, Louise Howitt as Laura Smith, Anne Tenney as Gail Hawker, Mitchell McMahon as Rick Hawker, Bruce Stewart as Koori Friend, Samantha Howie as Erin Hawker, Jenny Apostolou as Cynthia Poulos, Janine Penfold as Club Secretary, Tony Haslip as Ballistics Officer, Anthony Martin as Colin "Chopper" Lewis

Diminished Responsibility

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Episode 3.20 (72)
June 16, 1998
Written by Grant McAloon
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

The apprehension of the man responsible for the robbery of a group of tourists leads the detectives into the investigation of illegal steroid dealing at a local gym. When an accident pins a pregnant woman's arm underneath a boat, Goldie and the Nemesis crew have no choice but to deliver her baby underwater as the tide comes in and submerges the woman. Soon after, the Water Police become involved in a murder case when the child's father is found dead as a result of a gunshot to the head.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Tara Morice as Anne Milner, Damian Rice as Patrick Caruana, Freyja Meere as Kate Milner, Rene Naufahu as Tony Rock, Grant Thompson as Rob Liner, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Stuart Fenton as Gym Owner, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Nick Jones as Taxi Driver

Watery Grave

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Episode 3.21 (73)
June 23, 1998
Written by Susan Hore
Directed by Mark Piper

Holloway and Blakemore investigate the disappearance of an environmental activist who they believe is responsible for an explosive protest that put one man in hospital. Sykes tries to determine what happened to a triathlon competitor who vanished during a race that was being overseen by the Nemesis crew.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Marie-Louise Walker as Thea Ashwood, Mark Owen-Taylor as Jimmy Reid, Craig Elliott as Artie O'Connell, Anita Hegh as Sally Bates, Mary Acres as Lottie, Matthew Lilley as Richard, Anthony Simcoe as Jake Carlton, John Walton as Walton, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Phil Orr as David Hurst

Six Hundred Clear A Week

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Episode 3.22 (74)
June 30, 1998
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Scott Hartford-Davis

"Kiwi" Dave Crow escapes from custody and makes it his personal mission to make Frank's life a misery. Kiwi Dave's vendetta takes a toll on Frank's relationship with Louise.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Sonia Todd as Louise Bradshaw, Jonathan Mill as Andy Watts, Robert Carlton as Kiwi Dave, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Anthony Kierann as Detective Habib, Nathan Kaye as Fang Willie, Kirsty Hillhouse as Narelle, Anthony Lawrence as Det. Darren Moyes, Amanda Ronald as Pretty Girl, Claude Widtman as Mel Chojnacki

Note: Peter Gawler won a 1999 Australian Writers' Guild Award (AWGIE) for his script for this episode

Untouchable

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Episode 3.23 (75)
July 07, 1998
Written by Margaret Wilson
Directed by Peter Andrikidis

Rachel and Sykes board a stolen cruiser found drifting in the harbour and find Judge Moreton bound, gagged, and wearing next to nothing. Frank's interest in the case is heightened when he learns that the son of Terry Madigan is involved.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Les Hill as Adrian Madigan, Roxane Wilson as Suzi Abromavich, Melissa Bell as Lisa Hubbard, Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Ritchie Singer as Terry Madigan, Paul Chubb as Judge Moreton, John Myers as Ray Sorenson, Anthony Lawrence as Det. Darren Moyes, Kath Gordon as Brenda, Pamela Morrissey as Sylvia Moreton, Patrick Blackwell as Richard Holland, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis.

Switchback

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Episode 3.24 (76)
July 14, 1998
Written by Tony Morphett
Directed by Scott Hartford Davis

When a BASE jumper's parachute fails to open and he plunges to his death, Jack Christey is convinced the dead man's three friends know more about the incident than they are letting on. Dave sends Taylor's dive-instructor boyfriend off on a wild-goose chase in search of a sunken Japanese submarine rumoured to be in the harbour.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Claude Widtman as Mel Chojnacki, Jerome Ehlers as Peter Klein, Claire Paradine as Tina Klein, Vivienne Walsh as Angela Petrov, Chris Mitchell as Gary Watts, Tim Eliott as Laurie Parsons, Joan Millar as Daphne Bridgeman, Anthony Waddington as Ivan Petrov, Darrin Klimek as Rob Noyce, Colleen Cross as Alison Peake, Albin Pahernik as Arnie, Nico Gazzana as Mr. Pappas, Kerry Casey as Patrick Maguire, Gary Who as John Lynch

Somebody To Love

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Episode 3.25 (77)
July 21, 1998
Written by Michaely O'Brien
Directed by Mark Piper

Gavin pulls the body of his girlfriend from her car after he sees her vehicle plunge into the harbour. Trying to keep Sykes off the case, Jack asks Helen to help him investigate the woman's death when evidence of foul play is found.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Claude Widtman as Mel Chojnacki, Wayne Cull as Tony Jacobs, Fiona Mahl as Jodie Crosset, Amos Szeps as Darren Palmer, Joy Miller as Dorata Chojnacki, Edmund Falzon as Lech Chojnacki, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis

Epiphany

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Episode 3.26 (78)
July 28, 1998
Written by Andrew Kelly
Directed by Scott Hartford Davis

Rachel becomes the obsession of a mentally unstable woman. Sarah Ackroyd is a young woman obsessed with religious omens who is controlled by an equally unstable lover. When Rachel stops her from throwing herself from a cliff, a bizarre string of events follow and it soon becomes apparent that not only is Sarah toying with Rachel's emotions, she is also involved in a murder that is being investigated by Rachel and Jack.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, David Whitney as Matt Barnes, T'mara Buckmaster as Sarah Ackroyd, Marc Gray as Iain Briggs, Louis Westgrath as Sam Bartolillo, Chris Kelly as Simon Douil, Simmone Mackinnon as Bianca Mathias, Alan Tobin as Alan Glover, John Noble as Dr. Salinger, Mike Miller as Principal Barry Flannery, Marianne Howard as Ashley Lewis, Brad Keding as Rescue Leader, Trent Yee as Damo

Honour Amongst Thieves [Part One]

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Episode 3.27 (79)
August 04, 1998
Written by Denise Morgan
Directed by Scott Hartford Davis

The investigation into an armed holdup incriminate the Water Police when witnesses recount how bandits were disguised in police uniforms and escaped in a police car. Blakemore comes under suspicion when it is revealed she is one of only two people who can access spare uniforms and her recent purchase of a new home would indicate she could use the extra cash. When Holloway discovers the getaway car was being used by Blakemore at the time of the crime, it seems a foregone conclusion that the upright cop has become bent. Is she guilty or was she set up? Internal Affairs is called in to investigate.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, John Walton as Walton, Ritchie Singer as Madigan, David Roberts as Det. Barry Strong, Alan Dukes as Joey Gitano, John Batchelor as Eric Bourke, Alison Chambers as Jennifer Yates, Bruce Love as Security Guard, Mira Sarac as Uniform Cop

Trust [Part Two]

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Episode 3.28 (80)
August 11, 1998
Written by Bill Searle and Amanda Higgs
Directed by Michael Offer

Frank is determined to clear Helen's name and get Terry Madigan but the discovery of the police officer involved in setting up the armed holdup draws the case to a conclusion before Frank can connect his nemesis to the crime. Jack Christey involves the Water Police in his case against drug dealer Jimmy Formica.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Sonia Todd as Louise Bradshaw, David Roberts as Det. Barry Strong, Alan Dukes as Joey Gitano, Ritchie Singer as Madigan, John Batchelor as Eric Bourke, Matt Wills as Minder #1, Peter Phelps as Jimmy Formica, Sally Strecker as Liz Della Bosca, Chris Baz as Roach Robinson, DJ Foster as Reg Tait, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Nick Perdicarus as Deckhand

War Games [Part Three]

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Episode 3.29 (81)
August 18, 1998
Written by Elizabeth Packett
Directed by Michael Offer

Frank and Rachel are caught in the middle as the feud between Terry Madigan and Jimmy Formica gets personal. The rekindled romance between Frank and undercover cop Louise Bradshaw is short-lived when Louise is gunned down when she is caught in a shoot-out between the warring drug dealers. Helen is reluctant to return to the service and considers a new line of work.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Sonia Todd as Louise Bradshaw, Ritchie Singer as Madigan, Peter Phelps as Jimmy Formica, Michela Noonan as Rebecca, John Walton as Walton, Anthony Thomas as Max Bugoni, David James as Neville, Paul Tassone as Warwick Rickard, Grant Galea as Bobby Paul

Last Impressions [Part Four]

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Episode 3.30 (82)
August 25, 1998
Written by James Cohen
Directed by Mark Piper

As the conflict between Madigan and Formica comes to a head, Frank's life hangs in the balance and he is forced to rely on his arch enemy to survive.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Gina Zoia as Maria Lothouris, Ritchie Singer as Madigan, Peter Phelps as Jimmy Formica, Stephen Holt as Building Manager, Charlie Goodwin as Uniform Policewoman, Sal Sharah as George, John Walton as Walton, Suzanne Dudley as Diane Williams, Pat Loria as Theo Lothouris, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis, Anthony Thomas as Max Bugoni, Philip Denison as Foreman, Lambert Bianchi as Peter Manikakis

Old Bones

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Episode 3.31 (83)
September 01, 1998
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Mark Piper

Sykes rescues a woman who falls off a paddleboat and as a reward, she wants to take him to New Zealand. A woman contacts Rachel with her concerns about her daughter's new boyfriend. The detectives investigate a robbery aboard a cruise ship but receive little help from the crew. After the divers recover the remains of a young girl from the harbour, Dave takes a personal interest in the case to ensure the girl's identity is discovered and her family notified.©tzuk

Guest Starring: Allison Cratchley as Emma Woods, Gerard Maguire as Lloyd Venables, Helen Scott as Mary Beth Endicott, Sally Cahill as Mrs. McNiece, Julian Garner as Hugo Bjorling, Mercia Deane-Johns as Cheryl Voss, Lisa Bailey as Brooke Voss, Yvette Alcott as Loretta, Peter Talmacs as Ragnar Bjorling, Anthony Martin as Chopper Lewis