Water Rats

Season 1 Episode 1

Dead in the Water (1)

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Aired Unknown Feb 12, 1996 on The Nine Network
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Dead in the Water (1)
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The Sydney Water Police investigate a fatal bombing on a charter ferry while trying to locate other explosive devices that may still be located in the harbour. The Nemesis crew scrambles to recapture a murder suspect who escapes custody. Kevin Holloway, Frank's younger brother, joins Homicide and is partnered with Frank's good friend Knocker Harrison. A man claiming to have the missing bomb takes hostages on a passenger ferry. Frank and Rachel stake out a yacht to catch a scantily clad burglar. A diver dismissed from duty dives the site of the ferry wreck to locate the fourth bomb in order to eliminate the hijackers threat.moreless

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    Scott Burgess

    Scott Burgess

    Dave McCall (1996-9)

    Colin Friels

    Colin Friels

    Frank Holloway (1996-9)

    Catherine McClements

    Catherine McClements

    Detective Senior Rachel 'Goldie' Goldstein (1996-1999)

    Toni Scanlan

    Toni Scanlan

    Senior Sergeant Helen Blakemore (1996-2001)

    Peter Bensley

    Peter Bensley

    Jeff Hawker

    Brett Partridge

    Brett Partridge

    Gavin Sykes

    Peter Hehir

    Peter Hehir

    Clifford Bowen

    Guest Star

    Alan David Lee

    Alan David Lee

    Jim Flemming

    Guest Star

    Bryan Marshall

    Bryan Marshall

    Inspector Michael Farrell

    Guest Star

    Jeremy Callaghan

    Jeremy Callaghan

    Kevin Holloway

    Recurring Role

    Peter Mochrie

    Peter Mochrie

    John "Knocker" Harrison

    Recurring Role

    John Samaha

    John Samaha

    Radio operator

    Recurring Role

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      • Helen: He spent his time developing a social conscience. He's now a minister!
        Frank: What, like minister of police or something?
        Helen: Of religion, Frank. You heard of it?
        Frank: Yeah, I was an altar boy.

      • Frank: Why do women always do that? Autopsy a hamburger? Why can't you just eat it?
        Rachel: Beetroot? Yuck!
        Frank: But a hamburger without beetroot is an unnatural act!
        Rachel: It's disgusting!
        Frank: [watches her] My ex-wife used to do that.
        Rachel: The cop?
        Frank: Yeah, the Gucci cop.
        Rachel: Ooh! So bitter! I met her ... she's alright.
        Frank: Well your ex cross-examined me once and he's not ... alright.

      • Rachel: Today, someone at Prosecutors told my ex that I was screwing you.
        Frank: Well, since we're copping the blame, we may as well get stuck into it.
        Rachel: Yeah, something tasteful and romantic ey? Your desk or mine?
        Frank: Well, I reckon I could do it from here!
        Rachel: I gave Peter a bit of a shove ... he has friends in Prosecutors. Got a suspicious mind.
        Frank: I'm gonna throttle that little prick.
        Rachel: Idea so appalling is it?
        Frank: [pauses] You know, when I was a little fella, my mother once accused me of sticking dried peas up my nose. Now, it was something I'd never considered doing. But when she accused me of it, I went straight out and did it!
        Rachel: Dried peas?
        Frank: Yeah.
        Rachel: Up your nose?
        Frank: Exactly!
        Rachel: Oh stop it Frank. You're turning me on!

      • Frank: You still seeing that creep?
        Rachel: Which one?
        Frank: The phone call...
        Rachel: No.
        Frank: He's got a wife and three kids...
        Rachel: Yeah, and a girlfriend in Records, I know, I know.
        Frank: And he's in uniform! How could you sleep with anyone in
        uniform?
        Rachel: [stops walking] You have!
        Frank: [walks back over to her] But they were sheilas!
        Rachel: Gee you're a jerk, Holloway.

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