Last Man Standing: episode guide
New Zealand: Friday, April 01, 2005 (TV2)
Adam, Cameron and Bruno come face to face with ex-wives and ex-girlfriends at a friend's wedding.
Cameron's ex-wife, Zoe, has flown over from New Zealand for the wedding, accompanied by an athletic mystery man. Despite two years of separation, Cameron is clearly ruffled by Zoe's return, especially when he finds out that she is moving back to live in Melbourne.
Adam's recently ex-girlfriend, Louisa, is also at the wedding. It's never much fun being confronted by an ex who is further down the road to moving on, especially when you're surrounded by loving couples at a wedding reception.
Cameron's struggle with Zoe's return drives him into the arms of another woman. The fact that she's hot and has her own set of pom poms is just a bonus. As much as Zoe tries to appear fine with it, it's still hard to handle seeing Cameron with another woman. But what can she do?
Adam and Zoe catch up on the walk home. Zoe reveals her 'friend' from New Zealand, is just that and she brought him along to act as a buffer in front of Cameron. Both vulnerable and needing a mate, they end up in bed together, something neither of them had anticipated.
A contemplative Adam then wanders home, only to find Cameron waiting for him on his doorstep. The two mates head off down the street in search of a late night drink, with Adam feeling very awkward.
So we've got Adam, Cameron and Bruno — three best mates, all exploring the emotional terrain occupied by males in their late twenties as they grapple with the complexities of the female species amid receding memories of beery adolescence and the looming horror of matching quilt sets.
Guest Starring: Heidi Arena as Charlotte, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Nicole Nabout as Louisa, Stephen Phillips as Mark, Kat Stewart as Clare, Che Timmins as Jermaine, Elspeth Ballantyne as Aunty Marg, Tim Robertson as Bride's Dad, Samantha Tolj as Mish, Zoe Ventoura as Adele, Bev Killick as Carole, Jim Howes as Minister, Jimmy Ingram as Usher, Donal Forde as DJ, Andrew Goodone as Photographer, Adrian Clemmens as Scrapper, "Los Romanticos" as Mariachi Band
NZ: April 08, 2005
It's the day after the wedding and Adam wakes up feeling very shabby. He can't work out what's worse — his stinking hangover or the all-consuming guilt associated with sleeping with Zoe.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Luke Hemsworth as Shannon Gazal, Adrian Foley as Paddy Flatley, Suzannah McDonald as Abby Plimpon, Cameron Knight as Parko, Jason Crewes as Pete, Sharief Serfonteyn as Barman, David Baggallay as Mr Abby, Patricia Judah as Mrs Abby
NZ: April 15, 2005
Bruno and Cameron appear to be on a good thing when they head home with Carla and Gabi, but when Bruno turns his back for a minute and Cameron seizes the moment — not to mention both women. Bruno is unimpressed. Cameron also comes face-to-face with a former one-night-stand and a savage tongue lashing leaves him contemplating whether or not he's an idiot.
Full of introspection, Adam freaks when he feels he may have 'let himself go' in recent months. Bruno takes Adam along to his gym where he's introduced to Bret, the personal trainer with a penchant for tired motivational clichés. Before long Bret has immersed himself in Adam's life.
Bret takes things too far resulting in Adam reconsidering their relationship. Bruno is given a second chance with Gabi and Carla, but, thanks to an unexpected encounter with his naked father earlier on, the pipe dream of a threesome remains just that.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Brett Swain as Bret, Jane Allsop as Suzie, Terry Kenwick as Gavin Palmer, Gillian Hardy as Ann Palmer, Zoe Ventoura as Adele, Tracy Louise Smith as Carla, Amanda Orr as Gabi, Max Smith as Kid, Sue Bennett as Leslie
NZ: April 22, 2005
With his boss, Mark, away on his honeymoon, landscape gardener Cameron is confident the annual Landscaping Industry Awards will be is his moment to shine. But Cameron is in for quite a shock. Mark makes an unexpected last-minute appearance at the award ceremony and it seems Cameron is about to miss out on his big moment in the spotlight yet again.
Elsewhere, Adam comes out of the shower to find that his brother, Anto, has let himself — and his latest find — into his apartment. As for Adam, does he know what he's getting himself into when he asks his female colleague, Taia, on a date?
Guest Starring: Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Samantha Healy as Helen, Sue Jones as Gil Logan, Suzy Cato as Kate Kennedy, Paul Glen as Declan Kennedy, Lucy Slattery as Leonie, Bonnie Marie Piesse as Kit, George Vidalis as Cabbie, Adam May as Emcee, Lucy McCarthy as Jennifer, Derek Freeman as Limo Driver, Jackie Rae Lythgo as Receptionist, Paul Shea as Straight Looking Guy
NZ: April 29, 2005
Following the awards night the boys are nursing nasty hangovers. Cameron has the added bonus of also having to contend with a severely bruised ego. Adam heads off to Home Front with a very excited Bruno. Half an hour later he's the proud owner of a flash new barbeque with all the bells and whistles. Adam then decides, with a little encouragement from Cameron and Bruno, to christen his new toy by having a barbeque. He jumps on the phone and finds himself having a series of conversations that range from the banal, to the just plain weird. Not only does Adam find himself trying to work out what happened to all his friends, but he also struggles with the whole 'office romance' thing. His efforts to be discreet are met by disapproval from Taia who thinks he's just acting like a tool.
Bruno is convinced to take the court in a game of mixed netball that sees him pitting his skills against the super-slick Dr. Sawyers. During a post game drink Bruno strikes up a new friendship with his former netball foe.
Meanwhile, Cameron is getting progressively more annoyed by the inequalities of his working relationship with Mark and finds himself venting this to anyone who'll listen. It all comes to a head when a clumsy Cameron takes a swing at Mark, starting a full-scale slapfest.
Guest Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Kat Stewart as Clare Tonitollo, Luke Hemsworth as Shannon Gazal, Adrian Foley as Paddy Flatley, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Suzy Cato as Kate Kennedy, Lucy Slattery as Leonie, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Alicia Gardiner as Nurse Amelia Larkin, Bruce Hughes as Dr Sawyers, Ansuya Nathan as Anita, Pippa Black as Chrissie, Alison Barter as Megan, Penny Baron as Umpire, Clare L'Estrange as Wendy, Serena Cottle as Sandra
NZ: May 06, 2005
Things are going so well with Taia, that Adam takes the bold move of suggesting a weekend away. However, when they set off, neither of them suspected that Adam would bring along the ghost of his girlfriend-past.
Adam's sister Marly and her partner Alyson announce they're going to get married. Not only that, they're also planning to have a baby and want Bruno to be the father. Meanwhile, an old friend of Cameron and Zoe's tries to put the moves on him.
Guest Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Kat Stewart as Clare, Anita Hegh as Marly Logan, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Sue Jones as Gil Logan, Nicole Nabout as Louisa, Asher Keddie as Jemima, Terry Kenwick as Gavin Palmer, Monica Sayers as Alyson, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Adrian Foley as Paddy Flatley, Luke Hemsworth as Shannon Gazal, Lisa Infante as Rocket, Nicola Wright as SJ, Steve Cummins as Martin, Des Dowling as Sperm Guy, Irene Korsten as Clinic Nurse, Amelia Hunter as Little Girl
NZ: May 13, 2005
Adam wakes after a restless night. Taia gets the feeling something is on his mind and asks if everything's okay. She provides him with the perfect opportunity to pull the pin on their relationship, but he can't quite bring himself to do it. While agonising over his love life, the appearance of a rare gem in need of some TLC is the perfect distraction.
Bruno's housemate, Chich, has taken to internet dating and is flat-out keeping up with the flow of women keen to hook up with him. Bruno decides that this internet dating might be worth a look — if it works for Chich, it could work for anyone.
Much to Adam's annoyance, Cameron and Zoe agree to accompany Taia to a product launch. Bruno and his netballing teammates are out celebrating their latest win when he puts a call in to Adam and Cameron, inviting them to join the celebrations. Bruno introduces the fellas to the nurses, qualifying Adam's introduction by telling them that he's "off the market". Adam takes issue with Bruno using this expression. All this serves to do is confuse the daylights out of Bruno and raise more questions in Adam's head about Taia.
Meanwhile, Cameron meets an older woman with a refreshingly honest approach to conversation.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Carolyn Bock as Nichole, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Alicia Gardiner as Nurse Amelia Larkin, Paul Glen as Declan Kennedy, Marian Haddrick as Vivienne, Nicola Vuleta as Gretel, Stephanie Barr as Miss Trixielicks, Peter Knowles as Ollie, Alannah O'Sullivan as Zoe's Mum, Robin Kora as Zoe's Dad, Matt Dobell as Barman, Adrian Bilotto as Trevor, Mark Collard as Richard from accounts
NZ: May 20, 2005
Adam wakes up under a dream-catcher wondering what happened the night before. A quick glance over at the woman lying next to him confirms his worst fears — he hooked up with a feral fire twirler. He and Boxy beat a hasty retreat, with Adam's guilt growing by the minute. His day gets even worse when he discovers that the new client he's working with is actually Zoe's latest conquest, Ollie.
Cameron heads around to Zoe's, only to be confronted by Ollie standing at the front door wearing a Manscaping t-shirt — his Manscaping t-shirt. Zoe visits Cameron at work and the two of them discuss the weirdness of their relationship. Cameron suggests a double date at the movie theatre which doesn't work out quite like they'd planned.
Meanwhile, Bruno gets ready for his first date with Princess Leila.
Guest Starring: Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Jesse Griffin as Chich, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Anita Hegh as Marly Logan, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Jane Allsop as Suzie, Sue Jones as Gil Logan, Monica Sayers as Alyson, Lucy Slattery as Leonie, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Roslyn Oades as Leila, Peter Knowles as Ollie, Paul Collins as The Boss, Lana Schwarcz as Sun
NZ: May 27, 2005
After the break up with Taia, Adam decides what he needs is a weekend away with the boys. But things don't turn out the way he hoped as first Anto, then Zoe, Ollie and Clare invite themselves along. And it's not long before Mark and Charlotte are on board too. Adam is about to pull the pin when he learns Taia is moving into his apartment building. Suddenly getting out of town is a whole lot more appealing.
Bruno has troubles of his own with Leila and Cameron is surprised by a visit from his mother, even more surprised when she asks if she can stay in his apartment while he's away.
The weekend proves an odd experience for them all, Cameron stresses about his mother loose in his apartment and Adam tries not to dwell on the fact that he's in love with Zoe and she's in love with Ollie. Soon it all gets too much for Adam and his 'perfect' weekend hits an all time low.
Guest Starring: Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Kat Stewart as Clare, Roslyn Oades as Leila, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Peter Knowles as Ollie, Suzie Cato as Kate Kennedy, Lucy Slattery as Leonie
NZ: June 03, 2005
Bruno refuses to play Cameron's pick-up wingman any longer. He's doing all the hard work and getting no results. And so Cameron is flying solo when he meets Janessa, a Latino hottie who plays the pick-up game as well as he does. After a one-night stand at her place, Cameron is pleased to awake and find a non-committal 'thank you' note and an empty apartment. He's not so pleased however, when he finds himself deadlocked in Janessa's apartment.
Bruno reluctantly agrees to speak at Mark's Men's Group and ends up having a surprisingly good time. He makes a new friend, Jim, and they plan to go to a book-signing together. Bruno later learns Jim is gay and wonders if he's actually been asked out on a date.
Meanwhile, Adam has got himself the mother-of-all flus and is wallowing big time. He's single, sick and feeling very sorry for himself. On a survival mission to the video shop, he runs into Lou who insists on looking after him.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Nicole Nabout as Louisa, Peter Knowles as Ollie, Damien Aylward as Jim, Sue Jones as Gill Logan, David Roberts as Gerry, Peta Sergeant as Janessa, Ramona Pusch as Cowgirl, Venus Bruthall as Yummy Mummy no 1, Kasey Dey as Yummy Mummy no 2, Kristin Hilton as Hula Girl, Niobe Dean as Girl 1, Kallista Imlach as Girl 2, Anna Burgess as Cowgirl's Friend
June 10, 2005
Taia is throwing a housewarming party and has invited the boys. Adam has no intention of going to his ex's party while Bruno gets guilted into going and Cameron sees it as the perfect opportunity to show Janessa off to his friends.
Adam sulks in his apartment as Taia's party gets under way upstairs but as it turns out the party is less than pumping. Bruno feels terrible for Taia and sets about trying to fire things up, offering cheese platters and dancing up a storm.
In escape mode, Adam joins Boxy on a night out that ends up at a brothel. Adam opts to play pool while Boxy goes off with his regular girl. When all the other prostitutes get clients, Adam feels sorry for the girl left behind and ends up agreeing to 'go with' her.
Meanwhile, Zoe is feeling completely threatened by Janessa as she realises Janessa is much more than a passing fancy. Ollie gets jealous of the attention Zoe is paying Cameron. They fight and Zoe leaves the party.
After his dance marathon, Bruno collapses on Taia's bed and wakes up in the wee hours of the morning. There is chemistry between them as Taia thanks him for trying to make her party better. Resisting the temptation to kiss Taia, Bruno beats a hasty retreat.
After hearing of Zoe's fight with Ollie, Adam calls Zoe and finds himself in the interesting position of being able to delete the heartfelt message Ollie has left for her.
Guest Starring: Greg Fleet as Boxy, Adrian Foley as Paddy, Peter Knowles as Ollie, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Luke Hemsworth as Shannon Gazal, Nikola Dubois as Taia Hutchison, Peta Sergeant as Janessa, Louise Crawford as Spunky girl, Keir Saltmarsh as Knackers, Jessamy Dyer as Carole, Russell Menzies as Guy #1, Karen Roberts as Alia, David Cormick as Man
NZ: July 15, 2005
Cameron and Janessa continue to fall deeper in love but their relationship hits a snag when Cameron discovers she's had way more sexual partners than he has.
The boys band together to visit Zoe post her break-up with Ollie. Bruno, experienced in dealing with grief, gives them pointers on how to best handle the situation. But Zoe appears to be holding up fine. Adam is torn between wanting to spend time alone with her and feeling despicable about deleting Ollie's calls.
While making dinner for Marly and Alyson, Zoe calls and tells Adam she needs him. Adam deserts Marly and Alyson mid-dinner and races to Zoe's only to be stopped by a booze bus. Adam is borderline and must wait in the booze bus to be retested.
Meanwhile, Bruno discovers the complicated world of supermaket dating and tries to navigate the strange and somewhat fraught rituals of consumer attraction. It's an unrewarding yet liberating experience as Bruno realises he's just not that desperate.
Adam finally gets the all clear from the booze bus cop and arrives at Zoe's to find all the lights out. Is he too late? Adam lets himself in and there she is. He eventually confesses about deleting the messages; love makes you do dirty things. Zoe agrees as she pulls him into a kiss. It's on.
Guest Starring: Greg Fleet as Boxy, Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Anita Hegh as Marly, Peta Sergeant as Janessa, Monica Sayers as Alyson, Donna Matthews as Checkout chick #1, Miranda Nation as Grape girl, Brian Mannix as Swinger, Frank Kennedy as Male Cop #1, Rebecca Howie as Female Cop, Lexy Cullum as Checkout chick #2, Simon Charewicz as Male grape shopper, Michelle Ceze as Deli Girl, Elissa Campbell as Cute Girl, Lee Baker as Male Cop #2, Dean Cartwell as Banana Guy, Christina Hallett as Girl shopper #1, Paula Salina as Girl shopper #2
NZ: July 22, 2005
It's Bruno's thirtieth birthday and naturally enough he is questioning life and singledom so when a birthday card turns up from his manipulative ex, Margot, it gets him thinking about a pact they made to get back together if they were both single at thirty. Against the boys' advice, Bruno meets up with Margot and finds out she's single too. Maybe they're meant for each other after all so Bruno invites her to his birthday party. At the party however, Margot shows signs of her old behaviour and Bruno realises he panicked about Margot and that it was desperation he was feeling not love.
Cameron and Janessa's relationship begins to strain as Cameron feels threatened by Janessa's sexiness. Her low-cut tops, gregarious ways and ease with public nudity begin to grate but Cam's not sure why.
Adam and Zoe are working overtime to keep their relationship secret.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Kat Stewart as Clare Tonitollo, Terry Kenwick as Gavin Palmer, Gillian Hardy as Ann Palmer, Peta Sergeant as Janessa, Elena Mandalis as Margot, Marney McQueen as Charlie, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Alicia Gardiner as Nurse Larkin, Matthew Osborne as Postie, Menik Gooderatne as Waitress, Jon Huckin as Waiter, David Williams as Boy
NZ: July 29, 2005
Adam and Zoe decide it's high-time they told Cameron that they're 'together'. After several failed attempts, Zoe agrees to accompany Cameron to his school reunion as it might be a good opportunity for her to spill the beans. Adam is far from happy about Zoe heading off on a night out with Cameron, but finds his evening taken up offering relationship counselling to Anto and his girlfriend, Syl.
The arrival of a new work colleague, Derek, has Bruno excited — finally, another bloke to take all the attention off him. At the school reunion, Cameron's former status as the school 'root-rat' is relived over and over. And just when Zoe thinks her night can't get any worse one of the wives of Cameron's old school friends reveals she was the girl in one of his famous shagging tales from his teenage years.
After seeing himself through other people's eyes, Cameron does some soul-searching.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Alicia Gardiner as Nurse Larkin, Jacinta Stapleton as Syl, Benjamin McNair as Nurse Derek, Oscar Redding as Patrick, Simon Mallory as Michael, Nick Farnell as Ben, Jacqueline Curry as Wife 1, Willow Conway as Wife 2, Melanie O'Shanassy as Wife 3
NZ: August 05, 2005
Despite Adam and Zoe's attempts to keep their little secret to themselves, Bruno misinterprets the vibe between them and thinks that they're toying with the idea of being with one another. He decides to have a quiet word to Adam, just to make sure that Adam would never dream of having a crack at Zoe.
This gets Adam stressing, something he fails to hide when he catches up with Zoe at Mark and Charlotte's barbeque-cum-working bee. Boxy provides a lot of advice, but very little muscle as he reclines for the day drinking beers and smoking joints. Cameron is in a very chipper mood as he announces to everyone that he and Zoe are getting divorced — a sense of closure and a cause for celebration for all.
Afterwards Bruno drags Adam out to a new bar for a drink — and lo and behold there's a cute waitress there that Bruno fancies, Kellie. Following some friendly banter between the boys and the waitresses about the nature of hospitality crushes, a double date is set up.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Stephen Phillips as Mark, Kat Stewart as Clare Tonitollo, Robin McLeavy as Kellie, Alison Bell as Gen, Jon English as Himself, Angry Anderson as Himself, Elisha Steffens as Cute Girl #1
NZ: August 12, 2005
Bruno throws himself into a new hobby, which arouses more than a passing interest from Cameron. Adam's friendship with Gen continues to develop while the Logan family gets together for an important anniversary.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Anita Hegh as Marly Logan, Kat Stewart as Clare Tonitollo, Sue Jones as Gil Logan, Alison Bell as Gen, Sara Gleeson as Isobel, Jacinta Stapleton as Syl, Monica Sayers as Alyson, Peter Hosking as Robert, Lise Rodgers as Perfume Lady, Talia Krape as Bree, Kylie Flavell as Belt Girl, Therron Rochford as Trucker Hat Guy, Kevin Edge as Adam's Dad (still)
NZ: August 19, 2005
Adam finds himself with some unwanted house guests, while Cameron's philandering ways end up ruining Bruno's favourite day of the year.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Jacinta Stapleton as Syl, Madeleine West as Janie, Romy Loor as Emma Kate, Lucia Smyrk as Ricki, James McRae as Angus, Adrian Woolcock as Whisper, Steve Simmons as Chris, Klara List as Michelle, Jane Hamilton as TV Lady — Delores, Michelle Jones as TV Lady — Ira, Alistair Cooke as Ticket Inspector 1, Andrew Scott as Ticket Inspector 2, Deborah Tabone as Rave Girl 1, Prudence Trinca as Rave Girl 2, Rod Barr as Kiosk Attendant
NZ: August 26, 2005
Adam takes it right up to a radio DJ and gets more than he bargained for. Cameron comes to realise that, like him, his dog has a few behavioral problems so it's off to puppy school. Bruno helps one of his workmates celebrate her birthday.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Alicia Gardiner as Nurse Larkin, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Karissa Lane as Nurse Macquarie, Jane Allsop as Suzie, Alexandra Schepisi as Bonnie, Renae Berry as Jessie, Ian Rooney as Car Guy, Shaun Worrell as James, Clayton Ditaks as Hugo, Michael Chamberlain as Emcee, Alison McGower as Hot Girl #1, Sarah Carter as Hot Girl #2, Dion Taylor as Stripper #1, Adam Wells as Stripper #2, Dalton Grant as Stripper #3, Suzanne Ferguson as Keen Lady #1, Kelly Troy as Keen Lady #2, Alannah O'Sullivan as Pat Hesketh, Robin Kora as Brett Hesketh, Vanessa Rare as Tish Panoho, Glen Drake as Luke Clements, Darcy-Ray Flavell-Hudson as Anaru Panoho, Teina Terei as Tamati Panoho
NZ: September 02, 2005
Adam thinks he's struck gold with Bonnie. Bruno finds himself falling for Rachel, so much so he feels the need to meet her parents. Cameron finally tracks Zoe down in New Zealand and becomes very concerned about her.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Cal Wilson as Nurse Vanderwert, Karissa Lane as Nurse Macquarie, Alexandra Schepisi as Bonnie, Stephanie Daniel as Margaret Barton, Brian Lipson as Kenneth Barton, Angus McLaren as Brendan Barton, Jillian Murray as Bonnie's Mum, Sharon Fenech as Louisa's Mum, Serge De Hardo as Louisa's Dad, Robin Kora as Brett Hesketh, Vanessa Rare as Tish Panoho, Glen Drake as Luke Clements, Vicky Haughton as Aunty Rena
NZ: September 09, 2005
Cameron continues to support Zoe over in New Zealand, despite his less than warm welcome from her family. Adam discovers another side to the girl from the gym while Bruno finds himself well and truly entrenched in coupledom.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Callie Gray as Phoebe Gray, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Clare Powell as Lauren Worthington, Craig Beamer as Marcus Collins, Dave Lawson as Dickwood, Kate Lister as Female shopper, Nathan Godkin as Lemmo, Chilwin Soh as Waiter, Matt Derrick as Gary, Corin McConnell as Male shopper, Robin Kora as Brett Hesketh, Barry Te Hira as Rawiri Panoho, Vanessa Rare as Tish Panoho, Glen Drake as Luke Clements, Darcy-Ray Flavell-Hudson as Anaru Panoho, Teina Teres as Tamati Panoho
NZ: September 16, 2005
Cameron returns home from New Zealand with some big news. Marly convinces Adam to do something he's really not that keen on, while Bruno has his hands full trying to broker a peace deal between Chich and Rachel.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Anita Hegh as Marly Logan, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Diana Glen as Anouk, Lyn Semlar as Sales Attendant, Simon Leung as Waiter, Rhiannon Harris as Hot Girl
Episode 22 (finale)
NZ: September 23, 2005
Cameron and Zoe make a big announcement while Adam decides it's time to make a few changes. Bruno continues to try and rediscover the domestic harmony that has been missing and finds himself with a few decisions to make. An impromptu bucks night leaves the boys with memory loss and some very sore heads.
Guest Starring: Jesse Griffin as Chich, Fletcher Humphrys as Anto, Heidi Arena as Charlotte Hooper, Greg Fleet as Boxy, Stephen Phillips as Mark Hooper, Anita Hegh as Marly Logan, Susan Godfrey as Nurse Barton, Sue Jones as Gil Logan, Jenny Schwinghammer as Nurse Teak, Jane Allsop as Suzie, Lucy Slattery as Leonie, Niobe Dean as Vicky, Jamie West as Crystal, Paul O'Brien as Art Director, Gary Williams as Emcee, Fiona Murphy as Food Stylist, Paul Green as Bloke, David Lennie as Bloke, Craig Flight as Bouncer, Henry Ismailiw as Bouncer, Lap Dancers: Sheryl McQuire; Louise Bourne, Claire Silvey, Narelle Johnson, Mariam Slade, Selina Von-Lyn, Melinda Eldridge, Jessikah Rau, Casey Turner
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