Five Bedrooms: episode guide

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Thirty Open Houses

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Episode 2.01 (9)
Wed, August 11, 2021
Written by Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
Directed by Peter Templeman

The gang's plan to buy their new house is upended when Liz runs into her ex-husband and his girlfriend.

Starring: Kat Stewart as Liz, Stephen Peacocke as Ben, Doris Younane as Heather, Katie Robertson as Ainsley, Roy Joseph as Harry, Hugh Sheridan as Lachlan Best

With: Rodger Corser as Stuart; Matthew Backer as Anton, Ra Chapman as Caitlyn, Dustin Mok & Hugo Gleeson as Caitlyn's Baby, Dom Phelan as Nick, Queenie Van De Zandt as Janelle, Damian Aylward as Soiree Husband, Jodi Flockhart as Soiree Wife, George Dugan as Soiree Baby

Two Mothers

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Episode 2.02 (10)
Wed, August 11, 2021
W: Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
D: Peter Templeman

Ainsley's preparations for a gender-reveal party are derailed by the wrath of Lachlan's ex Mel.

With: Kate Jenkinson as Melanie Best, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Akosia Sabet as Ultrasound Technician, Kumud Me-Rani as Manju K. Sethi, Tracy Mann as Cheryl Elling, Andrew S. Gilbert as Des Elling, Nick Simpson-Deeks as Roger, Dave Thornton as Marcus, Denise Roberts as Gail, Dennis Coard as Marty Churle, Mirko Grillini as Luca, Alan Dukes as Colin Doyle

Nine Feet

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Episode 2.03 (11)
W: Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
D: Shirley Barrett

In desperate need of surgery he can't afford, Ben weighs up his options... and decides to engage in some light insurance fraud.

With: Daniel Lapaine as Joseph, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Johnny Carr as Simmo, Sonya Suares as Doctor, Simone Gescheit as Instructor, Nicki Wendt as Sharon, Ming-Zhu Hii as Bethany, Louise Siversen as Karen, Phillipa Kennedy as Pip

Five Wishes

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Episode 2.04 (12)
W: Mithila Gupta
D: Shirley Barrett

High on love, Harry wants to bring his new man to his family's Diwali celebrations... and ends up causing a meltdown.

With: Daniel Lapaine as Joseph, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Dhruv Kumar as Young Harry, Kumud Me-Rani as Manju K. Sethi, Aishveryaa Nidhi as Neha Mami, Dailin Gabrielle as Malvika, Shapoor Batliwalla as Akshay Mama, Maude Davey as Pat, Julian Haig as Charlie, Alan Dukes as Colin Doyle, Johnny Carr as Simmo, Dennis Coard as Marty Churle

Two Warnings

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Episode 2.05 (13)
W: Xavier Coy
D: Fadia Abboud

Heather tries to stay calm when she receives a workplace bullying complaint... but fails and blows up her entire career.

With: Rodger Corser as Stuart, Daniel Lapaine as Joseph, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Murray Stevens as Mr Steer, Ben Schumann as Timmy Doyle, Kyle Keuris as Louie Doyle, Alan Dukes as Colin Doyle, Maude Davey as Pat, Johnny Carr as Simmo, Jordan Raskopoulos as Yvonne Petrovski, Aleks Mikic as DJ Will, Yobbi Kim as Female DJ, Bronwyn Lamb as Glynnls

Twenty-Seven Weeks

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Episode 2.06 (14)
W: Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
D: Fadia Abboud

When Ainsley innocently asks the house about their thoughts on private schools, all the fault lines are exposed...

With: Rodger Corser as Stuart, Kate Jenkinson as Melanie Best, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Bethany Whitmore as Olivia, Ingrid Torelli as Mia, Johnny Carr as Simmo, Freya Stafford as Midwife Shauna, Sara Cooper as Midwife 1, Fiona Macleod as Dr Newell, Rosanna Sciulli as Midwife 2, Kylie Wallace as Midwife 3, Patrick Williams as Anaesthetist, Nathaniel McHugh as Paediatrician, Amrit Basra as Junior Obstetrician

Three Messages

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Episode 2.07 (15)
W: Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
D: Peter Templeman

Flailing in his open relationship, Harry leaves a string of deeply regrettable voicemail messages on his boyfriend's phone.

With: Rodger Corser as Stuart, Josh McKenzie as Xavier; Kumud Merani as Manju K Sethi, Alan Dukes as Colin Doyle, Johnny Carr as Simmo, Julian Haig as Charlie, Freya Stafford as Midwife Shauna, Dennis Coard as Marty Churle, Stephanie Panozzo as Performance Stand In

One Way

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Episode 2.08 (16)
W: Christine Bartlett, Michael Lucas
D: Peter Templeman

The existence of the house is under threat when a housemate decides to move out and the gang discovers that replacing them is virtually impossible.

With: Rodger Corser as Stuart, Kate Jenkinson as Melanie Best; Johnny Carr as Simmo, June Leijon as Dear Old Nancy, Maude Davey as Pat, Robert Van Mackelenberg as Mr Stubbs, Kumud Merani as Manju K Sethi, Dennis Coard as Marty Churle, Jackson Tozer as The Fridge, Alan Dukes as Colin Doyle, Rosie May Fenwick as Starlette Belle, Stephanie Panozzo as Performance Stand In