Carla Cametti PD: episode guide
To Have And To Hold
Carla attends the funeral of Jack Kavel, an old friend's husband. At the wake, his widow Georgina asks her to find out who killed her husband. When Carla tells her friend that murder is way too heavy for her, Georgina backs off, but little do they know that five days earlier, Carla was almost a witness to Jack's abduction.
In the course of investigating an accident insurance scam for a client, Fleur, Carla tracks down Brad a DJ at a private club — the same club Jack was kidnapped from. Carla is convinced that Brad is scamming her client but when she takes Fleur back to the club to confront him, she soon discovers that her client has a secret of her own and the gun Fleur's carrying in her bag is meant as revenge against her runaway husband Brad who has recently confessed he was gay.
As if that's not enough, Carla's connections to Jack Kavel's death arouse the suspicions of the annoyingly sexy Detective Luke Gandolfi. Add a crazy gunman with Carla in his sights, an uncle with a secret, and a soon to be married best friend who needs Carla to cover up for her infidelities, Carla soon realises that family issues are indeed a dangerous business.
Starring: Diana Glenn as Carla Cametti, Vince Colosimo as Luciano Gandolfi, Nicole da Silva as Lisa Testro, Tony Poli as Joe Testro, Dina Panozzo as Angela Cametti, Alfredo Malabello as Leo Cametti, Robert Mammone as Tony Cametti
With: Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel; Heather Lythe as Georgina's Mother, Jude Beaumont as Amanda Cartlin, Matt Boesenberg as Sean Hamley, Michael M Foster as Jack Kavel, Siros Niaros as Minder #1, Dominic Brancatisano as Doorman, Scott McGregor as Barman, Angus Grant as Brad Greene, Daniel Tucker as Stunner, Ben Ridgwell as Dealer, Mark Diaco as Coke Snorter, Patrick Williams as Bouncer (Jeffrey), Jacob Shotade as DJ, Lauren Clair as Susan Clarke, Isabella Dunwill as Fleur, Justina Noble as Kate Andrews, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria, Daniela Farinacci as Teresa Cametti, Hannah Gilino as Luisa Cametti, Raffaele Costabile as Bruno Cametti, Ella Corbino as Gigi Cametti, Nicholas Coghlan as Paul Packhard, Luca Micela as Lisa's Guy, Kirk Westwood as Police Sergeant, Graham Jahne as Stunt Actor
For Better, For Worse
Carla's investigation of missing money at the local soccer club is touched by the shadow of Jack Kavel, the dead man recently found dumped in the nets. To make matters worse, her old lover Matt coaches the local team and wherever she turns, there he is. As she tries to connect the money and the body, she discovers that the best player at the club has a load of new stuff he couldn't possibly afford — looks like she's got her man, but is there more to the story?
Using her local knowledge and a solid dose of intuition, Carla finds the thief — but in the most unlikely place. Meanwhile she gets a lead on her shooter and goes after him. Face to face with the man who tried to kill her, Carla begins to regret her impetuous behaviour — luckily the venue is too public for the criminal to do her any harm.
Carla manages to escape and after calling Gandolfi she hides in waiting for him to arrive and make the arrest. But Gandolfi is too late someone has already got to the would-be killer and shot him dead before they can find out who wants Carla dead and why.
With: Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria; Carmelina Di Guglielmo as Nancy, Jered Daperis as Jonathan Carroll, Louis Corbett as Bryce, Christine Keogh as Bev, Jude Beaumont as Amanda Cartlin, Paul Glen as Cleaner, Michael M Foster as Jack Kavel, Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel, Marco Lori as Chef, Matt Boesenberg as Sean Hamley, Jarrah Cocks as Stunt Driver, Giovanni Bartuccio as Simon Veneto
For Richer For Poorer
Carla is hired by a society princess to find out who stole her precious jewels. Sounds like a nice, simple, fun job for a change, especially when she seems surrounded by death in the rest of her life. All she has to do is attend parties, look great and indulge in a bit of gossip. Right? Wrong. Carla discovers that in the pursuit of a rich man to love neither wives nor mistresses come out unscathed.
Meanwhile her investigations focus on Matt's girlfriend Amanda, a lawyer with something to prove, a large criminal client list and Carla's best chance at discovering who ordered the hit on her. But Amanda's a tougher nut than that and Carla is left with nothing. To her dismay Angela invites Gandolfi over for family dinner. When he manages to face her family's inquisition with good grace and humour, Carla's prepared to cut him some slack — he might be all right after all. How is she to know that her ex is waiting on her doorstep, or that when she kisses Matt, Gandolfi will be sitting in his car watching them?
With: Jane Borghesi as Patrizia Veneto, Giovanni Bartuccio as Simon Veneto, Jude Beaumont as Amanda Cartlin, Josie Noviello as Lady Mourner, Matt Boesenberg as Sean Hamley, Alyce Platt as Poppy, Roz Hammond as Sandra DeLuca, Brian Lipson as Charles Goodwin, Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel, Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Jo Paydon as Mystery Woman, Lauren Claire as Susan Clarke, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria, Maureen Edwards as Ruth Fenley
In Sickness and in Health
Hotdog sales and standover men go hand in hand in nightclub land. But when Carla attempts to help out a client suffering at the hands of some heavy competition, she also finds out that the cops don't mind the occasional hotdog, along with their share of standover money. With a dirty cop on her radar, Carla comes up with evidence of an arson attack, but when she tries to investigate, it simply results in her client being badly bashed.
But it's not just the cops with sauce on their fingers… Carla's best friend Lisa is finally caught with the wrong man in her bed a week out from her wedding and Gandolfi arrests Matt for the killing of Carla's shooter — Carla's professional life collides head on with her love life.
With: Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Adam Zwar as Hank, Teyy Camilleri as Mr Tinti, Lauren Claire as Susan Clarke, Neneh Owen Pozzan as Gandolfi's daughter, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria, Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel, George Vidalis as Enzo, Matt James as Detective Snr Sgt Davey, James Vegter as Hot Guy, Nicholas Coghlan as Paul Packhard, Fabio Motta as Renato, Daniela Farinacci as Teresa Cametti, Hannah Gileno as Luisa Cametti, Ella Corbino as Gigi Cametti, Jarrah Cocks as Stunt Actor
Love, Honour and Cherish
Who would have thought a six year old's birthday party could cause so much grief? When Carla arrives and discovers her niece sobbing into her fairy floss, she decides to find out why her best friend Gigi won't come to the little girl's party. What she discovers are serious brawls over property development, violence as a negotiation tool and her own uncle's involvement in underworld business.
Gandolfi tries to get Matt to talk but Matt has shut down — he's already said too much and knows he's in too deep for Gandolfi to help him. Using a clue from Matt, Carla finally discovers who ordered the hit on both her and Jack, but in doing so becomes the sole witness to a third crime which puts her life in even more danger. Worse, the man who's trying to kill her is her best friend's father, Joe Testro.
With: Collette Bruggeman as Front Counter Attendant, Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Jude Beaumont as Amanda Cartlin, Greg MacMillan as Custody Centre Guard, Daniela Farinacci as Teresa Cametti, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria, Alexis Beebe as Reporter #1, Justin Hosking as Reporter #2, Nicholas Farnell as Plain Clothes Detective, Pascal Hosking as Plain Clothes Detective, Michael Vice as Dave, Ella Corbino as Gigi Cametti, Raffaele Constibile as Bruno Cametti, Hannah Gileno as Luisa Cametti, Miles Paras as Lily, Luke Hemsworth as Electrician, Angus Grant as Brad Greene, Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel, Nicholas Coghlan as Paul Packhard, Justina Noble as Kate Andrews, Graham Jahn as Stunt Actor, Jacqueline Cutter as Stunt Actor
Till Death do us Part
Lisa's wedding is back on — just. But celebrations get off to a shaky start when Gandolfi raids Joe Testro's house on the morning of the ceremony. As Carla attempts to perform her duties as head bridesmaid, she must also protect herself from Joe Testro, Don of the local underworld, who is hell bent on wiping Carla from the face of the earth.
Before the day is done Leo will woo Angela with a romantic song, Lisa will privately betray and publicly embarrass her father, Gandolfi and Matt will finally come to blows, Teresa will meet Tony's lover Brad and Carla will finally find the final piece of evidence she needs to connect Joe to the death of Kate Andrews. Unluckily for her, Joe has one more trick up his sleeve and Carla must fight to the death before she's finally free from his murderous intents.
With: Julie Eckersley as Georgina Kavel, Alice Darling as Bridesmaid Anna, Kylie Nanfro as Bridesmaid Lucy, Craig Jackson as Video Guy, Mark Cipollone as Marco Testro, Drew Cipollone as Vincent Testro, Siron Niaros as Minder 1, Eddy Scott as Minder 2, Nicholas Coghlan as Paul Packhard, Christine Kaman as Nonna Maria, Daniela Farinacci as Teresa Cametti, Sullivan Stapleton as Matt Brodie, Jude Beaumont as Amanda Cartlin, Jason Green as Best Man Robert, Phil Ceberano as Musician, Allan Zavod as Musician, Dave Folley as Musician, Santo Palamara as Reception Waiter, Sean Kneebone as Photographer, Nicholas Gunn as Champagne Waiter, Angus Grant as Brad Greene, Justina Noble as Kate Andrews
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