Water Rats

Season 4 Episode 7

End Game

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Aired Unknown Apr 06, 1999 on The Nine Network
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End Game
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Holloway and Goldie's partnership is shaken when a third detective, Michael Reilly, is assigned to the Water Police.

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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

    Aaron Pedersen

    Aaron Pedersen

    Michael Reilly

    Guest Star

    Zachery McKay

    Zachery McKay

    Jonno Horsewell

    Guest Star

    Rene Rivkin

    Rene Rivkin

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Allison Cratchley

    Allison Cratchley

    Emma Woods

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      • Mick: So is it usually this quiet around here?
        Rachel: Oh you know, sometimes we get the scrabble game out ... things start to really get fired up!
        Mick: Well, give me a call when that happens!
        Rachel: Yeah!

      • Frank: So what do you reckon? Are you gonna apply for the position?
        Rachel: What, and be your boss? Come on, it will end in tears.
        Frank: I could handle it if you could.
        Rachel: No, we're partners. It's the only way we could work together.
        Frank: Yeah, I suppose. I mean, if we haven't got that, what have we got ey?
        Rachel: What?
        Frank: Well, you and I working together. That's what it's about, isn't it?
        Rachel: Right ...

      • Rachel: What do you think they'll do? Move Michael on maybe? Get someone else who wants a cushy pre-retirement job?
        Frank: Poor bloke will be in for a bit of a shock.
        Rachel: Yeah, I tell ya! Suppose one of us could leave, you know, let the other...
        Frank: Yeah, that's a good idea! I'll toss you for it. Heads you go, tails I stay. [tosses coin] Heads it is!
        Rachel: Hang on. I didn't see it!
        Frank: Double headed coin ... Nah, to hell with it Rachel. We'll both stay. Not our problem!

      • Frank: Someone else computer literate!
        Mick: You're not Frank?
        Rachel: Oh he can turn them on, he just gets a bit lost after that!
        Frank: Pre war generation ... what can I say?
        Mick: Hey, what's it usually like this around here? Pretty quiet?
        Frank: Oh yeah. Quiet as a grave mate. Battling to fill in the day!
        Mick: I hear you're looking for a third ...
        Frank: Well you know. A call comes in. I might be down the wharf fishing, Rachel, she's doing a crossword. We need a third man to cover us!

      • Frank: I don't know what to make of this Mick Reilly.
        Rachel: He seems alright.
        Frank: Yeah, funny bloke.
        Rachel: Why do you say that?
        Frank: Oh, makes you laugh.
        Rachel: Well that doesn't make him funny. I'm such a pushover.
        Frank: You don't laugh at my jokes.
        Rachel: Well I am a pushover, but I've got my standards!
        [Frank pretends to be hurt]

      • Jeff: Come on Frank. You've been stuffing around long enough. Are you going to apply for the Sergeants job?
        Frank: You spoken to Goldstein?
        Jeff: Yeah. She doesn't seem to think that it would work if she was your boss.
        Frank: Or if I became hers, same deal.
        Jeff: You're not going to apply for it either?
        Frank: I just think that bringing in a third D is going to stuff things up.
        Jeff: What have you got against Michael Reilly?
        Frank: Rachel and I, we're a good team. You want to break us up, and now it's my problem?
        Jeff: Well what do you want me to do about it Frank?
        Frank: I don't know. But I guess that's why you're the Detective Chief Inspector and I'm not!

      • Rachel: I reckon you can take me out for a drink tonight.
        Frank: Why would I do that?
        Rachel: Well, unlike Reilly, I won't get drunk unless you do! And I think we've got a few things to talk about.
        Frank: Oh yeah.

      • [Mick arrives at work with a hangover]
        Rachel: He looks terrible. What did you do to him?
        Frank: Just bought him a couple of beers!

      • Mick: What about you?
        Frank: Me and women? ... Mate, if it's got tits or wheels, brings ya grief!
        Mick: [laughs] That's a good one Frank! So um, what category is Goldstein in then?
        [Frank looks at him oddly]
        Mick: Well you know, you guys you know ... and hey, she's an impressive woman. And you guys work pretty closely out there ... and you have done for quite a while.
        Frank: That's it precisely. We work together. That's what we do. Work together.

      • Frank: So who is this joker anyway?
        Rachel: Muhammad Yasim. He's an Islamic preacher or teacher... or whatever.
        Frank: No not him. The bloke who's supposed to be backing us up on this.
        Rachel: Oh. Michael Reilly. Dunno, haven't met him.

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