Rafferty's Rules: episode guide

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Make My Day

Episode 2.1 (16)
Written by David Allen
Directed by Russell Webb

Double standards are apparent in a case that comes before Rafferty.

Starring: John Wood as Michael Rafferty S.M, Catherine Wilkin as Paulyne, Arky Michael as Fulvio,

With: Terry Serio as Bomber Clayton, Carmen Duncan as Stella Samuels, John Clayton as Briggs, John Dekker as Student, Bernadette Foster as Mrs. McCarthy, Lyndon Harris as Reporter, Joy Hruby as Dero Lady, George Kovac as Court Constable, Lyn Lovett as Irene Chapple, Warren Ring as Foreman, Robert Sampson as Peter Jefferson, Fiona Stewart as Megan

Kids

Episode 2.2 (17)
Written by Ben Lewin
Directed by Russell Webb

Rafferty confronts painful parallels at home when his kids arrive out of the blue.

With: Terry Serio as Bomber Clayton, Vincent Ball as Mathew, Bruce Bell as Const. Haney, Dedrie Brook as Leonie Clayton, Debra Byrne as Sally Edwards, Adam Cockburn as Max Anson, Eileen Driver as Nana Lesley, Jon English as David Anson, Bernadette Foster as Mrs. McCarthy, George Kovac as Court Constable, John Norris as John Maguire, Craig Pearce as Lyle Jurd, Kate Reid as Joanne Rafferty, Denise Roberts as Baby Sitter, Franca Rubiu as Mrs. Danco, George Rubiu as Van Den Berg, Gillian Seemer as Mrs. Jurd, Andrew Shephard as Jack Rafferty, Belinda Shepherd as Kate Rafferty

Dark Side of the Moon

Episode 2.3 (18)
Written by Tim Gooding
Directed by Marcus Cole

There is an uneasy atmosphere around Rafferty's court when Flicker returns.

With: Terry Serio as Bomber Clayton, Max Cullen as Mr. Lee, Vic Andrews as Wal O'Reilly, Brian Atkin as Cop, Robert Baxter as Council Insp. Burke, Rick Burchall as Father Hennessey, Allan Chapple as Referee, Sean De Ruyter as Candidate, Bernadette Foster as Mrs. McCarthy, Steve Hardman as Labor Minder, Lee James as P.C. Barry, Geoff Kelso as Weedy Teller, Michael Long as Kilminster, Melinda Marcellos as Rosemary, Russell Newman as Kenny Donovan, Peter Peters as Sports Commentator, David Ravenswood as Chief Stipendiary Magistrate Harrison, Jammie Robinson as P.C. Jones, Ritchie Singer as P.C. Falco, Rob Steele as Bob Graham, Tony Taylor as Monroe

Time Out

Episode 2.4 (19)
Written by John Upton
Directed by Marcus Cole

Work pressures get to much for Paulyne and a love affair seems the answer.

With: Tina Bursill as Erica Jamison, John Cameron as Dr. McCubbin, Zoe Carides as Mardi, Robert Coleby as David Andrews, Carolyn Devlin as Policewoman, Kelly Dingwall as Billy, Bernadette Foster as Mrs. McCarthy, Kristoffer Greaves as Roach, Lee James as P.C. Barry, Angela Kennedy as Sandy, Sharon Phegan as Bettina, Gary Ross as Policeman, Sarah Wallace as Old Lady

To The Whistle

Episode 2.5 (20)
Written by Michael Cove
Directed by Graham Thorburn

Flicker's replacement finds he has to play it by Rafferty's rules.

With: Terry Serio as Bomber Clayton, Danny Adcock as George Henty, Greg Arthur as Court Constable, Richard Carter as Detective Sgt. Brown, Jennifer Claire as Florence Henty, Nigel Devenport as Detective No.1, Nicolas Foster as Lenny Carr, Bernadette Foster as Mrs. McCarthy, Peter Greenwood as Robert Guthrie, Norman Hodges as Kirby, Michael Kent as Terry, Mark McAskill as Eric Coleman, Walter Sullivan as Huxtable, Jeff Truman as Hartnell

Suspicious Minds

Episode 3.1 (21)
Written by John Upton
Directed by Graham Thorburn

Rafferty's court is thrown into turmoil by a mysterious thief in Rafferty's office.

With: Simon Chilvers as Sgt Julian Flicker, Greg Arthur as Court Constable No. 1, Peter Astridge as Benjamin, Stephen Atkins as Mouse, Sammy Bakhach as Stenographer, Richard Carter as Detective Sgt. Brown, Russell Crowe as Bobby Jarvis, Neil Dupen as Detective Grove, Gill Falson as Jocelyn's Mum, Rudy Fazio as Court Constable No. 2, Ron Gaist as Jocelyn's Dad, Celine Griffin as Jocelyn Ferris, Tony Harvey as Merv, Rocky Lo Surdo as Court Constable No. 3, Andrew Lloyde as Harry Ferris, Des Mangan as Salesman, John Skarratt as Robinson, Brenda Senders as Mrs. Hemphill

Solidarity

Episode 3.2 (22)
Written by Chris Roache
Directed by Graham Thorburn

Rafferty is confronted by a case involving vandelism on a building site.

With: Simon Chilvers as Sgt Julian Flicker, Doug Anderson as Barry, Greg Arthur as Court Constable, David Atkins as Kevin, Sammy Bakhach as Stenographer, Rosemary Blundo as Pat, Norman Coburn as Doug, Judy Ferris as Mrs. Flicker, Ray Hadfield as Ray, Andrew Inglis as Policeman No. 2, John Jamieson as Policeman No.1, Alex Lee as Labourer, Stephen Leeder as Rocky, John Livingstone as Jock, Rocky Lo Surdo as Court Constable, Peter Lyons as Peter, Nick Magasic as Steve Vitali, Gerry Skilton as Cohort, Gary Stalker as Eric Jemmet, Noel Trevarthen as Tony Williams, Peter Turnbull as Billy 'Bunter' Jones

Prejudice and Pride

Episode 3.3 (23)
Written by David Allen
Directed by Russell Webb

Rafferty gets involved in a case of racial prejudice.

With: Catherine Wilkin as Pauline Grey, Luong Ba as Mr. Bao, Bob Batchelor as Young Man, Antoinette Blaxland as Pamela Dickin, Joanne Cahill as Cassandra, Brett Climo as Peter Becker, Maurice Coleman as Middle Aged Man, Sylvia Coleman as Middle Aged Woman, Khanh Dinh Nguyen as Mr. Van Loc, Scott Ferguson as Tom, Judy Ferris as Mrs. Flicker, Paul Flanagan as Young Actor, Richard Harasty as Thug 2, Shane McNamara as Mr. Jones, Mei Ngo as Mrs. Van Loc, Grace Parr as Lan Van Loc, Melanie Salomon as Jenny, Bruce Venables as Harry, Owen Weingott as Karl Becker, David Wenham as Thug 1, Yin Yen Ho as Ling Van Loc

Out of the Past

Episode 3.4 (24)
Written by Nicholas Langton
Directed by Russell Webb

Rafferty is confronted by the past when his older brother visits him.

With: Catherine Wilkin as Pauline Grey, Paul Chubb as Patrick Rafferty, Les Dayman as Sgt. Davis, John Gregg as Baraclough, Glenn Shorrock as Ray Aston, Laura Banning as Simone Reeves, Anthony Bradley as Gene Aston, Peter Cameron as Reg Graham, Lyn Collingwood as Janine Graham, Jon Darling as Phil, Roger Eagle as Malcolm McMurchey, Anni Finsterer as Narelle Grimes, Richard Gilbert as Old Tom, Marty Irwin as Eddy Aston, Alan Lovell as Constable Evans, Stuart McCreery as Det. Const. Ron Franklin, Jack Nicholas as Jack, Kate Reid as Joanne Rafferty, Vic Rooney as Brother McNamara, Jamie Roden as Constable Smith, Iain Strutt as Surf Shop Owner

The Hit

Episode 3.5 (25)
Written by Christopher Lee
Directed by Graham Thorburn

The police are called in to protect Rafferty when he starts receiving threats.

With: Simon Chilvers as Sgt Julian Flicker, Derek Amer as Constable Tate, Greg Arthur as Constable Tate, Sammy Bakhach as Stenographer, Shelley Benson as Young Woman, Holly Campbell as Female Reporter, Roger Campbell as Constable, Roger Carroll as Mr. MacGuire, Richard Carter as Detective Sgt. Brown, Don Chapman as Reporter No.2, Dennis Grosvenor as Gordon Nash, Curt Jansen as Jeweller, Rocky Lo Surdo as Court Constable No.3, Jamie Macintosh as Office Clerk, Lindsay McCormack as Billy, Glenn McMahon as Neil Hewson, Cathren Michalak as Mrs. O'Farrell, Ian Mortimer as Keg O'Farrell, Sharon Phegan as Bettina, Trevor Prior as Det. Const. Matthews, Murray Schipp as Reporter No.3, Franc Violi as Mimmo Panizzino, Ian Whalan as Reporter No.1

Freedom of Choice

Episode 3.6 (26)
Written by Tim Gooding
Directed by Graham Thorburn

Rafferty, embroiled in what local papers call "the punk drug squatters assualt case", faces a housing crisis of his own and deals with the by-products of a cashless society: credit card junkies.

With: Simon Chilvers as Sgt Julian Flicker, Greg Arthur as Constable Walker, Bob Baines as Geoffrey Walter, Sammy Bakhach as Stenographer, Brian Barrie as Alderman Barsby, Marc Caleb as Dr. Van Haas, Colleen Clifford as Mrs. Murdoch, Richard Eddy as Home Buyer, Jon Fabian as Auctioneer, Eli Faen as Little Boy, Emma Jane Fowler as Little Girl, Louise Fox as Maria Bellini, Peta Gischus as Home BUyer, Simon Gratton as Spicer, Jennifer Hagan as Nadine Karski, Liz Harris as Estate Agent, Anthony Ingersent as Bank Manager, Raymond Kerr-Lansom as Workman, Kevin Leslie as Racing Identity Mr Ward, Rocky Lo Surdo as Court Constable, Malcolm McCallum as Estate Agent, Bernard 'Doc' Neeson as John 'Jacko' Corrigan, Ben Oxenbould as Young Bank Customer, Tim Page as Mr. Kestrel, Ken Radley as Roy Sampson, Nicholas Riggs as Punk Teenager 1, Stewart Rouse as Court Constable, Duncan Wass as Mr. Lumley

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