Rake, Series 2
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How we wish we could write that, since we last met our hero he has found the road to Damascus instead of the road to perdition; that he has learned to love wisely instead of too often, and that going another 25 grand into debt to back a ‘sure thing’ roughie at Moonee Valley paid off. The nag didn’t even finish the race. Sadly, that epicentre of chaos otherwise known as Cleaver Greene has learned nothing in this time and hasn’t changed one whit. If anything, he’s a little worse. Like any genuine addict, Cleaver is on a constant search for higher highs and faster rushes. More than most people (more than anyone perhaps), Cleaver Greene believes in the Chinese adage that it’s a curse to live in interesting times...the problem is his times seem to be perpetually interesting.
|1||VideoR V. Mohammed||We re-discover Cleaver in the back of a limo with a woman he really, really shouldn't be with. When||55:42||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoR V. Fenton||Cleaver is in the bad books with the Attorney General, while having to defend a slimy corporate||55:06||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoR V. Woolridge & Anor||Missy's book about her life as a prostitute has caused a sensation, and she's engaged. Meanwhile,||55:46||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoR V. Floyd||Missy and fiancé Joshua Floyd are Australia's most newsworthy couple - but luckily for Cleaver, when||56:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoR V. Turner||Cleaver defends Missy for murder, while Scarlet inadvertently, through an indiscretion with David,||55:51||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoR V. Alford||Cleaver and Barney are defending a man accused of severing his neighbour's penis. Barney and Nicole'||54:28||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoGreene V. Hole||Red and David's affair is front page news, Missy decides she wants marriage and children, and||55:32||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoR V. Greene||Cleaver is charged with manslaughter, his journalist girlfriend betrays him and Kirsty wants his||55:44||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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