Wonderland: episode guide


Fathers

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Episode 2.12
Wed, March 11, 2015
Written by Marieke Hardy
Directed by Jennifer Leacey

Colette is devastated when Jade reveals she is having Rob's baby, leading to a showdown between the two women. Callan's return to Wonderland to fight for Maggie causes massive upheaval for two families. Grace must confess to her parents that she secretly married Carlos.

Starring: Anna Bamford as Miranda Beaumont, Michael Dorman as Tom Wilcox, Emma Lung as Colette Riger, Tracy Mann as Maggie Wilcox, Glenn McMillan as Carlos Dos Santos, Ben Mingay as Rob Duffy, Tim Ross as Steve Beaumont, Brooke Satchwell as Grace Barnes, Jessica Tovey as Dani Varvaris

With: Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Kate Raison as Katharine Barnes, Kim Knuckey as Mitchell Barnes, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Sandy Winton as Liam, Shameer Birges as Immigration Officer

Music: "No One Moves, No One Gets Hurt" performed by Bedouin Soundclash, "Stay With Me" performed by Sam Smith

Split

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Episode 2.13
Wed, March 18, 2015
Written by Samantha Strauss
Directed by Adrian Russell Wills

Dani questions whether she and Steve need an exit clause after some devastating news from her mother. Meanwhile, Miranda's fears for Tom grow as a business opportunity gets him more tangled in Sasha's life. Maggie's flat becomes crowded when Warwick invites a new lady friend over.

With: Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Gia Carides as Helena, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Lisa Hensley as Vanessa, Sandy Winton as Liam, Renee Lim as Song Luu, Odessa Young as Lucy

Music: "Judgement" performed by Half Moon Run, "The Boogie Bumper" performed by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, "Seeing Sparks" performed by Oxford & Co, "My Heart Goes Boom" performed by Miss Li, "Budapest" performed by George Ezra, "Cannonball" performed by Sweet Talk Radio

The Other Woman

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Episode 2.14
Wed, March 25, 2015
Written by James Walker
Directed by Adrian Russell Wills

Carlos and Miranda's attempt to forget about their random kiss gets tricky when they discover someone else knows. Collette is home alone when Jade returns to her door with severe labour pains, can she help Jade through this traumatic moment? Meanwhile, Grace's career is on the line when an article has her boss, Song, doubting her marriage is real.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Renee Lim as Song Luu, Brock & Torey Woodhurst as Baby Ashton, Warren Lee as Loan Officer, Laura Benson as Ambo Officer

Music: "Can't Pretend" performed by Tom Odell, "Message" performed by Patrick James, "The Same Man" performed by Dan Sultan, "Another Love" performed by Tom Odell, "City of Lights" performed by Sunny Amoreena

Boundaries

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Episode 2.15
Wed, April 08, 2015
Written by Marieke Hardy & Clare Atkins
Directed by Darren Ashton

Colette questions whether Rob is the father of Jade's baby — will he agree to a paternity test? Miranda agrees to work on a story with Max again but when things get dangerous Max makes an unexpected declaration of his feelings.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Kate Raison as Katharine Barnes, Mia Pistorius as Jade, John Batchelor as Ivan, Celeste Barber as Celebrant, et al

Strange Bedfellows

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Episode 2.16
Wed, April 15, 2015
Written by Sarah Mayberry
Directed by Darren Ashton

On a night out with the girls, Sasha crosses paths with someone who knows about her secret past. Tom wants Sasha to move in but neither Miranda nor Sasha is keen to live together. Meanwhile, an unlikely friendship for Colette leads to a surprise revelation when Jade confesses she got pregnant on purpose causing a furious Rob to demand a paternity test.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Christie Whelan Browne as Kristen, et al

Epic

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Episode 2.17
Wed, April 22, 2015
Written by Nick King
Directed by Catherine Millar

As Sasha prepares to launch the bar, Tom is gearing up to pop a question that will stun the residents of Wonderland. A jealous Warwick starts a fight with Callan and the results of the DNA paternity test leave Rob wondering where he stands.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, Sandy Winton as Liam, Denise Roberts as Sandra Duffy, et al

Is It Love

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Episode 2.18
Wed, April 22, 2015
Written by Kirsty Fisher
Directed by Catherine Millar

Tom pushes Sasha to set the date, unaware she's still withholding an explosive secret about her past. While Miranda avoids Max as she tries to process his declaration of love.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Sandy Winton as Liam, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, et al

Wild

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Episode 2.19
Wed, April 29, 2015
Written by Justine Gillmer
Directed by Ian Gilmour

In the lead up to Tom and Sasha's wedding, an innocent night out with friends leads to fights, saucy games, a steamy affair... and the ultimate betrayal. When Tom says Miranda's name in his sleep, it sets Sasha on a path destined to destroy their wedding plans. Miranda calls on Tom when Max's dangerous dealings lead to a violent encounter.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Sandy Winton as Liam, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, et al

Lost

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Episode 2.20
Wed, May 06, 2015
Written by Jeff Truman
Directed by Ian Gilmour

Miranda must decide how to use the information when she discovers a secret that could destroy any chance of a reunion between Sasha and Tom. Meanwhile, tensions are at an all-time high when Grace confronts Carlos and his new lover and Colette is rushed to hospital with an emergency that threatens her pregnancy.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Martin Sacks as Callan Beaumont, Sandy Winton as Liam, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, et al

Music: "Wish I Was" performed by Ayla, "Master and a Hound" performed by Gregory Alan Isakov, "Brutal Hearts" performed by Bedouin Soundclash, "Dark Black" performed by Kristina Train, "Hold on to Your Breath" performed by Sleepy Tea

Truth

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Episode 2.21
Wed, May 13, 2015
Written by Marieke Hardy
Directed by Jennifer Leacey

Miranda is put in danger when Max's double life finally catches up with him. Tom must decide whether he can forgive Sasha when she reappears and tells him the truth about her dark past.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Claire Lovering as Rebecca Morris, Mirko Grillini as Trent Morris, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox, Shameer Birges as Immigration Officer, Caroline Kovac as Oleysa, Catherine Mack as Kelly, et al

Music: "Get Lonely With Me" performed by George Ezra, "Don't Leave Your Life Too Long" performed by Kim Churchill, "Nightcall" performed by London Grammar

Commitment

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Episode 2.22 (series finale)
Wed, May 20, 2015
635,000 viewers (16th)
Written by Sarah Walker
Directed by Jennifer Leacey

It is the day of the wedding and Sasha is faced with the dilemma of a lifetime. Miranda also has a hard decision to make — will she reveal her true feelings towards Tom before it is too late? The revelation of shocking truths force Dani and Steve to reassess their marriage.

With: Simone Kessell as Sasha Clarke, Les Hill as Max Saliba, Michael Booth as Harry Hewitt, Maggie Dence as Ruth Macpherson, Mia Pistorius as Jade, Claire Lovering as Rebecca Morris, Peter Phelps as Warwick Wilcox; Celeste Barber as Celebrant, et al

Music: "Stolen Dance" performed by Milky Dance, "An Oyster, A Pearl" performed by Sarah Blasko, "Fuel To Fire" performed by Agnes Obel