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Sergeant. Bob Barnett (Character)
from "Home and Away" (1988)

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Alternate Names:
Sergeant Bob Barnett

Filmography

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TV:
  1. "Home and Away"
        - Episode #1.307 (1989) TV episode, Played by Robert Baxter (as Sergeant Bob Barnett)
        - Episode #1.306 (1989) TV episode, Played by Robert Baxter (as Sergeant Bob Barnett)
        - Episode #1.294 (1989) TV episode, Played by Robert Baxter (as Sergeant Bob Barnett)
        - Episode #1.292 (1989) TV episode, Played by Robert Baxter
        - Episode #1.291 (1989) TV episode, Played by Robert Baxter (as Sergeant Bob Barnett)
          (27 more)

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From "Home and Away: Episode #1.306" (1989)
Sergeant Bob Barnett: [Morag's house has nearly been burned] Any Enemies, Anything like that?
Morag Bellingham: A High Court Judge always has enemies, Sergeant. It goes with the Territory.
Sergeant Bob Barnett: Well, with all these enemies running around, It mighn't have been a bad idea to keep updating your security systems, Don't you reckon? I mean, this is the second break-in here this week.
Morag Bellingham: [peeved] Well, with two break-ins in one week, Don't you think it might be an idea to find out who's responsible, don't you reckon?
[gets up]
Morag Bellingham: I'm gonna pack a bag. I refuse to move into a hotel and give the local inbreds something else to gossip about. Oh, and just for the record, sergeant, my enemies aren't *running around* They're in jail, that's why they *are* my enemies!
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