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White Collar Blue (2002)

A new detective is attached to a major crime squad in a tough southern district of Sydney. This creates tensions within the squad, particularly when the squad is called out to a homicide ... See full summary »

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A new detective is attached to a major crime squad in a tough southern district of Sydney. This creates tensions within the squad, particularly when the squad is called out to a homicide and the prime suspect appears to be the new appointment. Written by Anonymous

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Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: [trying to argue her way out of going on a trip to a tropical island for a prisonner exchange] I've go to have dinner with my mother tonight, Joe.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Tongan, or dinner with the Fuhrer? Pretty hard choice, isn't it, Harriet? Come on, we're going away to a tropical paradise!
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: It's not going to be a tropical paradise, Joe, you know what those islands are like.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Yeah, sandy beaches.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: Cyclones.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Moonlit lagoons.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: Military coos.
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: Cocktails by the pool.
Det. Snr. Constable Harriet Walker: What if our flight is cancelled and we can't get back?
Det. Sgt. Joe Hill: ...
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Exciting and breaks new ground
13 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

I agree with POBFan - White Collar Blue is exciting and different.

Leask81's comments are consigned to the rubbish bin of history now, as WCB is into it's second season and out-performed it's competitors in the audience popularity stakes.

For my money, the show is well scripted with lots of dark and funny moments that make that characters much more believable than previous Aussie cop shows.

We're nearing the end of the first series in NZ where the show has been popular with many viewers. I'm looking forward to the second series!


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