Sea Patrol

Season 4 Episode 8

The Universal Donor

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Jun 03, 2010 on Channel Nine
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The Universal Donor
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The sinister business of organ harvesting sees two of the Hammersley's favourite sailors facing their own mortality.

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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

    Kristian Schmid

    Kristian Schmid

    Radio Operator Robert (RO) Dixon

    Matthew Holmes

    Matthew Holmes

    Petty Officer Chris (Swain) Blake

    Tammy MacIntosh

    Tammy MacIntosh

    Commander Maxine (Knocker) White

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      • Swain: Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. Now I know you all think you know CPR back to front....
        Charge: RPC.
        Swain: Thank you, Charge.

      • 2Dads: Do you know how much people are prepared to pay for things like a kidney or even like a few feet of bowel?
        Bomber: 2Dads!
        2Dads: Thousands, and you don't even need half the stuff you've got. You can function perfectly with one lung, one kidney.
        Bomber: Enough. That is off.
        2Dads: Even human fat is worth big bucks to the cosmetics industry. You're a walking goldmine, Charge.
        Charge: Have you ever thought about selling your brain? It's not like its being used.

      • Bomber: So I was thinking about going for my hook.
        2Dads: Leading Seaman? That's a good idea.
        Bomber: Yeah, I figure if you can get it, how hard can it be?

      • Swain: No blood serum, no fluids, little in the way of resuscitation equipment, I haven't seen any anaesthetic. It's more like an abattoir than a hospital. What do you do? Just drug them, kill them and then harvest their organs?
        Berkleman: There's a guy in Tokyo in the final stages of renal failure. He probably has a few days to live. There's a little girl in Tel Aviv, her parents are sitting by her bedside, watching her slowly die. There's a guy in New York, the head of a major financial institution…
        Swain: You're a despicable human being.
        Berkleman: Now, you may see me as an angel of death, but others see me as a life giver. The truth is, I am just a business man, supply and demand. If people weren't prepared to pay, we wouldn't be here. But plenty of people are prepared to pay. Now the brutal reality is, not all men are created equal, not all lives are worth the same.

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