The week is not shaping up well for Detectives Red Lilywhite (Michael Caton) and Lou Knutt (Daniel Wyllie). They've been named in the Royal Commission into police corruption 43 times. They've never actually solved a crime. Their hand-picked bank robber keeps getting in the papers and their burgers are giving them heartburn. Assistant Commissioner Pud Tingwell (Roy Billing) advises the boys they have one week to find alternative employment outside the force. But Lou and Red have no intention of resigning. They remind Pud of past activities they've all enjoyed, forcing him to give them seven days to solve a crime and save their jobs. Red and Lou meet with Tracey Lafever (Helen Thompson), a lawyer and mate, with whom they both share something special. Tracey has just got an acquittal for her client, Barry Khysser (Alan Flower), a balaclava-clad man who likes to flash old ladies at nursing homes. The boys are in trouble. They need to get the Commission off their back and they need to get rid of Southside Johnny (Joe Barton). His latest heist has made front-page news and a pesky bank clerk (Andrew Crabbe) with a photographic memory has given a perfect description of him and his getaway car. There's also the matter of the surveillance video. Red decides they need a wood duck and Tracey's client could be the one. They have Khysser tailed by Slim (Christopher Hobbs), but all he finds is that Barry buys a lot of dog food. They decide to have him picked up and brought back to the station for interrogation, but what Barry confesses to takes them all by surprise.moreless
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