Underbelly

Season 1 Episode 11

Barbarians At The Gate

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Apr 23, 2008 on The Nine Network
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Carl uses his high media profile to accuse Detective Steve Owen of corruption; Graham "Munster" Kinniburgh is gunned down and Mick Gatto tries to convince Carl Williams to end the gangland war; "Benji" Veniamin agrees to kill his former mentor Mick Gatto, but it's Gatto who lives to tell the tale; Carl and Roberta are rocked by the death of their closest friend.

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  • Shocked, Gobbed Smacked and balling my eyes out is what I did.

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    This episode was the best that I have seen so far. I couldnt help but get sucked into it. It was so emotional. Roberta told Benji that she loved him but he couldnt say it back. I think that Carl is finally catching on that Roberta and Benji are having an affair. I dont know how many signs that guy has missed and how many times he has been told by mates that something is going on. I still wonder how he was so big yet so dumb.



    I new that Mick was pissed off but I didnt think that he would have killed Benji. I was shocked, even through my hands over my mouth then balled my eyes out when he was killed, he was the bad boy that I fell in love with. I dont even Benji new it was coming. I cant help but woneder if the story that Mick told the police was true or he had planned to murder Benji that day. I would have loved to see Micks face when he was told that Benji wasnt the one who killed Graham. The medium that Roberta went and saw after Benji was murdered I think she was full of it, she couldnt even get his name right. But I guess we will believe anything when we are greiving.



    The one thing I want to see in this series are the updates of the charaters like when one of them get out of jail or married. Lewis Moran is out of jail and we werent told of how long he was in for and we now know that Carl and Roberta are married but we never saw anything of it.



    Who is going to be next to sign up to be Carls new hitman. Now Mr T and Benji have gone he would want to sign up some quick. I am still feeling a bit sooky from this episode and I think thats why I loved it so much.moreless
Kevin Harrington

Kevin Harrington

Lewis Moran

Caroline Craig

Caroline Craig

Det. Const. Jacqui James

Gyton Grantley

Gyton Grantley

Carl Williams

Martin Sacks

Martin Sacks

Mario Condello

Kat Stewart

Kat Stewart

Roberta Williams

Gerard Kennedy

Gerard Kennedy

Graham "The Munster" Kinniburgh

Derryn Hinch

Derryn Hinch

Himself

Guest Star

Beverly Dunn

Beverly Dunn

Sybil Kinniburgh

Guest Star

Simon Maiden

Simon Maiden

Gareth Forrester

Guest Star

Neil Melville

Neil Melville

Todd McDonald

Recurring Role

Brian Vriends

Brian Vriends

Dave Carpenter

Recurring Role

Osvaldo Maione

Osvaldo Maione

Ron Bongetti

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Benji: Come on, fatso. Come on, up on your elbows. Thats hopeless! Come on! Alright, now, turn around.
      Carl: Oh, fuck off.
      Benji: Hey, listen, fasto, you want to loose the gut, you have gotta do the work.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Music: "Cyclone on Ceylon" by Oleg Kostrow; "Days Like These" by Combat Wombat; "The Legend of Trendafil Karanfilov" by Kiril Dzajkovski; "Ding Dong Merrily on High" by Elora Festival Singers; "Mon Chéri (v 2)" by Klaus Wüsthoff; "Let Out Tonight" by True Live; Cottobound by Bloodhounds" by Mountains in the Sky.

    • This episode was watched by 1.237 million viewers in Australia, excluding Victoria.

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