Phoenix (1992–1993)

Hit, Shit and Scatter 

The Majors employ a daring plan to flush out the missing drugs. Knowing he is dealing with increasingly desperate criminals, Peter Faithful is forced to rely on Chris' dangerous relationship with Sergio as bait for his trap.


Michael Carson


Alison Nisselle, Tony McDonald (creator) (co-writer) | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Westaway ... Peter Faithful
Stuart McCreery Stuart McCreery ... Adrian Moon
Peter McCauley ... Inspector Lew Murdoch
David Bradshaw David Bradshaw ... Andrew 'Fluff' Saunders
Jennifer Jarman-Walker Jennifer Jarman-Walker ... Cath Darby
Peter Cummins Peter Cummins ... Supt. Wallace
Susie Edmonds Susie Edmonds ... Carol Cochrane
Vikki Blanche Vikki Blanche ... Chris Faithful
David Roberts ... Detective Robert Howie
Sean Scully Sean Scully ... Ian Cochrane
Keith Agius Keith Agius ... Docket
Bob Halsall ... Boomer
Greg Scealey Greg Scealey ... Fish (as Greg Scealy)
Paul Sonkkila ... Jock Brennan
Kim Knuckey Kim Knuckey ... Pup


The recovery of the body of the second aggravated burglar is good enough for the Assistant Commissioner who is content to shut down the investigation to satisfy the media who are fuelling the demand for a public inquiry into the conduct of the Major Crime Squad. Wallace defends the squad but it is already too late, once the investigation is over, the squad will be shut down. With the departure of the Federal Police, the forces of the Major Crime Squad and Drug Squads rally to push the drugs out of the docks and into circulation. The Majors make their move, seize the drugs and arrest the known men involved but the money eludes their grasp as Martin Schultz's unidentified partner slips away with the cash. The job done, Chief Superintendent Brennan announces the disbanding of the squad, effective immediately.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Peter Faithful: [Last line of second series] The job's fucked!
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3 June 1993 (Australia) See more »

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