Sea Patrol

Season 5 Episode 1

The Third Man

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Apr 26, 2011 on Channel Nine
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The Third Man
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A deadly terrorist bombing sees a rite of passage for one of Hammersley's younger sailors, while a difficult woman and the return of an old lover cause emotional tension on board ship.

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    Danielle Horvat

    Danielle Horvat

    Seaman Jessica Bird

    Conrad Coleby

    Conrad Coleby

    Petty Officer Bosun Dylan (Dutchy) Mulholland

    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

    Tammy MacIntosh

    Tammy MacIntosh

    Commander Maxine (Knocker) White

    Recurring Role

    Ditch Davey

    Ditch Davey

    JimRoth

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    Renai Caruso

    Renai Caruso

    Madelaine Cruise

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • At the start of the episode, this message appears on screen: 'Mission Beach has been our home for all five series of Sea Patrol. We dedicate this show to all its brave residents and those of Dunk Island, Tully, Cardwell, and Innisfail – who faced the Cyclone Yasi – and won.'

    • QUOTES (8)

      • 2Dads: I love this town. I love it. I love the ambience, I love the energy. Oh my God, I love the (two girls walk past).....the beautiful scenery, look at this.
        Charge: You can look, but don't touch.
        2Dads: Ah, Chargey, my heart belongs to somebody else but certain other organs...

      • Charge: Should've known, it'd take more than a bomb blast to keep you down.
        Swain: Hey, hey, can you tell me what day it is?
        2Dads: Luckiest day of my life.
        Swain: You got that right.

      • RO: So you were trying to chat her up.
        2Dads: No, I was trying to cheer her up.
        RO: You were trying to cheer up a suicide bomber?
        2Dads: She looked sad.
        RO: Oh, I'm not surprised, she was about to blow herself up.

      • RO: Hey, you okay? I heard you got dumped.
        2Dads: Who told you that?
        RO: Bird, she heard it from Dutchy who heard it from Swain. It's ironic, isn't it? That you get dumped via email, communication being the cornerstone of any successful relationship.
        2Dads: Since when are you an expert on relationships, RO?
        RO: Oh, I don't claim to be. I'm an expert on communication.
        2Dads: Now that's ironic.

      • Jim: (to Dutchy) You handled yourself well out there. Could be cool.
        Madeline: Don't even think it, Captain Roth.
        Jim: This is a four man job. Willo's out, I need to replace him.
        2Dads: I'll do it. I'll take his spot.
        Jim: No offence, pal, looks like the breeze would blow you over.

      • Jim: It's good to see you, Kate. Been wanting to drop you a line for a while now.
        Kate: So you thought that you'd just drop out of the sky instead?
        Jim: Yeah, something like that.
        Kate: So why were you going to drop me a line?
        Jim: Didn't say I was going to, said I wanted to. Big difference.

      • Madeline: Since interrogation took so long, we'll be hitting the house in daylight. Increases the risk but at least you can sleep tonight.
        Mike: You think this was about my conscience?
        Madeline: Don't tell me it was about doing the right thing.

      • 2Dads: Ah, I'm a free man. You know what that means, yeah?
        Charge: Yeah. You can make a fool of yourself getting rejected by a whole bevy of beautiful women.
        2Dads: Not when you guys tell them how I single-handedly saved a warship. Warship!
        Swain: (seeing Bird's unimpressed look) Get used to it, Bird. He'll be dining out on this for years.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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        The Third Man is 1949 highly-influenial film noir, considered a masterpiece and starring Joseph Cotton, Alida Valli, Orsen Welles, and Trevor Howard.

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