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Rome

Episode 5
Thu, May 12, 2016
Written by Peter Gawler
Directed by Tony Tilse

The 'skimpy' bar in the pit-stop town of Rome has a new lingerie waitress. For now Eve has put down roots here, tired of chasing Mick across the country. If he's out there, he'll come through the doors eventually.

Though Eve wouldn't care to admit it, she's gotten pretty comfortable in her new life, making friends with her waitress co-workers. She hasn't felt this normal since before Mick Taylor entered her life. Settling down is an enticing prospect… but she is not a normal girl and her thirst for revenge won't be quenched until he's dead.

When Mick does show his face at the bar Eve is ready. She calls Sullivan to run the number plate of the killer's blue truck, and he flies to her aid immediately. She doesn't want to hear another speech about how dangerous and impossible her mission is, but the Territory cop is prepared to take a different tack this time.

How about catching and killing Mick together? Eve is overcome with relief — and love. But her world turns upside down again when Mick abducts Sullivan to use as bait. Taking a leaf from the psychopath's own book she arms herself to the teeth and lays an elaborate trap for him.

Eve is all set to take her demon down when she's ambushed by Kane's brother, Ginger, and his gang. Their firepower overwhelms her and she is taken captive.

Mere seconds before Ginger executes Eve the outlaws are sprayed with gunfire. A convict on a revenge mission of his own has hunted down Ginger for payback. Eve is set free — but her plan to trap Mick has failed. He is still out there somewhere, and she knows Sullivan's life depends on her finding him.

The only sign the policeman's still alive is a clue Mick leaves behind in the dirt.

Cast (in order of appearance):

  • Jake Ryan as Johnny
  • Travis Jeffery as Billy
  • Lucy Fry as Eve
  • Jamie Hall as King Kong
  • Felicity McKay as Deiree
  • Liana Cornell as Ann-Marie
  • Greg Fleet as Gundog
  • Fletcher Humphrys as Jesus (Ben Mitchell)
  • John Jarratt as Mick Taylor
  • Steve Parker as Rome Desk Sergeant
  • Jessica Tovey as Kirsty
  • Dustin Clare as Sullivan Hill
  • Cameron McKinnon as Darwin Constable
  • Jed Rowlands as Cricket Kid
  • Keith Hodgetts as Trapper
  • Eddie Baroo as Ginger
  • Andy McPhee as Beard
  • Taylor Wiese as Damo
  • Andreas Sobik as Kyril
  • Stunt Actor: Inge Sildnik