Sea Patrol

Season 4 Episode 9

Dutch Courage

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jun 10, 2010 on Channel Nine
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While pursuing booze runners in a dry coastal town, Kate and Dutchy reassess their relationship.

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    Danielle Horvat

    Danielle Horvat

    Seaman Jessica (Gap Girl) Bird

    Ian Stenlake

    Ian Stenlake

    Lieutenant Commander Mike (CO) Flynn

    Lisa McCune

    Lisa McCune

    Lieutenant Kate (XO) McGregor

    John Batchelor

    John Batchelor

    Chief Engineer Andy (Charge) Thorpe

    Matthew Holmes

    Matthew Holmes

    Petty Officer Chris (Swain) Blake

    Kristian Schmid

    Kristian Schmid

    Radio Operator Robert (RO) Dixon

    John Waters (II)

    John Waters (II)

    Sergeant Booker

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    Chris Hillier

    Chris Hillier

    Quinn

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    Tammy MacIntosh

    Tammy MacIntosh

    Commander Maxine (Knocker) White

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • 2Dads: That's a nice top, Bomber.
        Bomber: Thank you, 2Dads.
        Charge: We are meant to be eyeing off the locals, not each other.

      • Quinn: I think you cricked my neck.
        Dutchy: You're lucky I didn't break it. So how do I really know you're an undercover Fed?
        Quinn: Well, if I wasn't, you'd be dead. Mate, you got off lightly last night. I pulled all my punches.
        Dutchy: Really? Didn't feel like it.

      • Kate: Dutchy, I don't know what's going on with you, but you just left the boat again without asking permission.
        Dutchy: What's it to you?
        Kate: I'm your divisional officer, it's my job to know what's going on with my sailors. Look, I am just trying to understand you.
        Dutchy: A bigger mystery, am I?
        Kate: You are overprotective of me and you have been on boardings ever since you stepped foot on Hammersley. But in day to day running of the ship, you avoid me like the plague. I don't get that.
        Dutchy: There's nothing to get.
        Kate: Do you really hate me that much?
        Dutchy: No. Look, you've got it all wrong, okay?
        Kate: Oh, have I?
        Dutchy: What do you want me to say to you, X? That I'm sorry?
        Kate: No, I don't want your apology.
        Dutchy: Well, what do you want?
        Kate: I want you to trust me.
        Dutchy: It's not you I don't trust, okay?
        Kate: Well, why don't you trust yourself?

      • Dutchy: This is my fault. I dragged you into this.
        Kate: It's not your fault, I made my own choice.
        Dutchy: Yeah, to trust me. I tried to keep you safe. I just didn't do a very good job of it. If I was quicker, if I was smarter, if I anticipated the danger.
        Kate: You couldn't have anticipated this.
        Dutchy: Instead, the Boardo gets his throat cut, bleeds out in a stinking rat-infested hole.
        Kate: You're talking about the Gulf.
        Dutchy: And I score a medal for it. How bloody ironic is that?
        Kate: I've read the report. You were saving the lives of six sailors. The boarding officer's death, it wasn't your fault.
        Dutchy: I was his buffer, his second-in-command. I should have been by his side, protecting him.
        Kate: Is that why you're always protecting me? And why you can hardly talk to me? Have you been that petrified of it happening again?
        Dutchy: It did happen again. I froze. It almost cost you your life.
        Kate: Dutchy, it was a split-second, that is all.

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