Rush, Season 3
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Since 2008, Rush has established itself as an action-drama series of the highest calibre. Distinguished by exceptional production values, Rush is a character-driven action series in the truest sense, headlined by an outstanding Australian cast. Based on the real-life Critical Incident Response Team, a branch of the Victorian Police Force, the members of Tactical Response aren’t your average police officers. They’re highly trained, equipped with specialist skills and weaponry which support their fundamental aim of non-lethal policing. Their ability to think laterally in the heat of a crisis is also crucial. Backed by comprehensive intelligence and cutting-edge technology, TR is better placed than anyone to stay one step ahead of the criminals and intercept them before any harm is done. Stars: Rodger Corser, Callan Mulvey, Jolene Anderson, Nicole da Silva, Ashley Zukerman, Josef Ber, Kevin Hofbauer, Samuel Johnson and Catherine McClements.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||It's six months since the fatal bus shooting. The coroner's findings are damning of Tactical Response. Stella has left the team and Lawson is struggling through a personal crisis of confidence. With the unit's future in doubt, Lawson and the team are pushed to the limit as they answer a series of seemingly unrelated incidents around the city. The police helicopter is sabotaged and the central business district is thrown into panic by a number of car bombings that exhibit all the hallmarks of a terrorist attack. With nearly all police resources focussed on the bombings, another crime is playing out unnoticed in the suburbs. Or nearly unnoticed. Stella, now working in the uniform branch since leaving Tactical Response, encounters an overturned car on the side of the road. Upon investigation, it becomes clear this was no accident - someone had placed spikes down on the road. Stella and her offsider learn that the road leads to a major cash holding facility. Its gates are locked and the staff are unable to be raised by either phone or intercom. It is very suspicious. Tactical Response, busy with the bombings, finally locate and corner the bomber in his car. Threatening to blow himself up, tense negotiations begin. As a profile starts to be developed on the bomber, it becomes clear he is not ideologically motivated. Indeed, he's a low-level criminal with no obvious reason for committing this type of crime. Kerry cleverly makes a connection between he and the offender arrested for sabotaging the police helicopter. Both are criminal associates. Again the question is raised - what would be their motivation? Then when Stella calls Leon for information on the cash holding facility, Kerry puts it together. The bombings and sabotage of the helicopter are in reality a brilliant smokescreen to distract police resources while potentially one of the biggest robberies in the country's history goes down. As Tactical Response scramble to neutralise the bomber and thwart the heist, the team find themselves up against a highly sophisticated and dangerous armed robbery crew that might just prove themselves more than a match for our team.||44:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||TR 1 attend a vehicle accident and discover that the driver has been shot. As they cordon off and search the site, Lawson comes to suspect the shooting is random. Shannon finds a shell casing. Then a shot rings out - an ambulance has been hit. Lawson rushes to save the injured as more shots ring out. Meanwhile, TR 2 get more than they bargained for when Michael tries to chat up an attractive motorist and learns she holds a special regard for the law. TR 1 head to the gunman's likely vantage point - a multi-level carpark. As TR 2 draws near, a bullet rips through their windscreen, forcing them into cover. Then a van screeches out of the carpark. Lawson and Shannon give chase but are too late. Lawson realises that the shootings may not be as random as first thought. TR 2 crosses paths with Stella and her partner, Lynette. Soon after, another shot is heard, and another vehicle - this time a stationwagon - is hit. With children stranded in the car, Lynette breaks cover and is shot, forcing Stella to rescue her. With the family trapped and under increasing threat, Lawson uses himself as bait, drawing the gunman's fire, which allows Josh and Christian to reach the stationwagon to begin the rescue. They discover the father badly wounded and the two children traumatised. Lawson attempts to draw fire once again but this time the gunman doesn't take the bait. With the clock ticking, Lawson coordinates an assault on the building where the shooter waits as Josh and Christian haul the family to safety. Clearing the building, Dom comes under fire, causing a momentary panic attack. As Michael manages to corner the shooter, his gun jams. Shannon arrives but she resists firing at the shooter, who is finally apprehended. Michael starts to doubt that Shannon has the grit to do the job. As the shooter is lead away, Kerry and Leon realise that he couldn't have been acting alone as another ambulance officer is shot. Lawson sends Shannon and Michael to station themselves atop an adjacent building, Michael peeved that Lawson chose Shannon and not him to be the sniper. Leon identifies the first shooter - he's an ex-Ambulance officer. After a tense search, Michael locates the second shooter. As Shannon lines up a shot, they realise it's a woman. There's an office worker trapped on the same floor with her. As Josh commences negotiations, Lawson informs him that the shooters are husband and wife. Shannon waits - still, poised. Suddenly the trapped worker makes a run for it and is spotted by the shooter. As she lines up a shot, Shannon fires and brings the shooter down with lethal accuracy. The mood is somber as the team wrap up for the day. Stella approaches Lawson, telling him she wants back into TR, but he leaves without offering his answer. And Lawson and Shannon are left alone to console each other.||43:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||TR use the cover of race day to take down Tommy Bacon, a helicopter pilot suspected in the cash facility heist. As Lawson interrogates Bacon, Josh receives a call to assist Drug Squad with an arrest at the docks. After leaving Bacon at Armed Robbery, Lawson suggests a road trip: the chopper used in the heist has been found. Meanwhile, TR 2 are briefed by Detective Harrison and his crew, who are planning to intercept a substantial ecstasy haul in a container on the docks. Their target is a truck driver, Mitch Davies. But they find themselves in damage control when jars of fruit containing the ecstasy begin exploding. They hurry to fix the mess as Davies's truck draws near. Barely escaping discovery, Josh, Michael and Christian are again plunged into chaos when they are forced to conduct a dangerous mobile arrest of Davies, who claims that his niece, Minka, has been kidnapped by his associates. TR 1 arrives at the discarded chopper - the executed body of the pilot further proof of the robbers' callousness. Disgusted by their behavior and disappointed at having gotten the wrong man, Lawson heads back to town to assist TR 2, but not before finding a fuel receipt. Josh contacts Minka's mother, Tash, who surprises Josh with her candidness and composure. With Leon's help, Josh arranges an exchange of the drugs for the girl. TR 2 are joined by TR 1 at the handover location. But when the kidnappers arrive, Davies attempts to negotiate his own terms, forcing TR to swoop. Arresting the offenders, Josh discovers they have sent a message to their colleagues QUIT. Leon locates Minka's discarded school jacket on a street camera - a needle in a haystack - while Josh devises a plan of approach. And it's just in the nick of time. Overpowering a gang of hardened offenders, TR save Minka, who maintains a lot of cheek despite her ordeal.||43:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||An ordinary bloke, Paul, peruses through a market. TR inconspicuously pursue him, poised. As Paul leaves the market, TR swoop, grabbing him and throwing him into a passing van, as a shocked public watch a perfectly-timed snatch. TR discover Paul was going to sell his winning lottery ticket to Kronin's gang for a profit. Lawson retrieves the original ticket as Paul receives information about a meeting at the National Gallery - he is shocked to discover that Lawson is not only sending him to the meeting, but also the subsequent handover. Dom sympathizes with Paul and tells Lawson to ease up on him. Back at base, Leon is startled and suspicious when beautiful young Intelligence Officer Audrey shows up. She is there to watch and learn. At the gallery, TR set up bugs in preparation for the first meeting. They are shocked when Kronin himself shows up; Michael clearly still harbours a grudge. Lawson resists arresting Kronin, wanting to wait until he has the money on him. As the meeting ends, TR discover Paul is being followed by one of Kronin's men and after an elaborate chase, shake the tracker. Paul reveals the location of the money handover as Southbank, much to Lawson's annoyance. As TR return to base, Stella's return is celebrated by everyone but Michael, who is awkward. Stella is delighted when Lawson summons her to assist, as Audrey lays eyes on Michael for the first time. Kerry and Lawson debate Paul's ability to continue - his mental wellbeing is quickly diminishing. Shannon confides in Stella that she's having a year without sex. TR set-up for the handover. Lawson is frustrated when an associate of Kronin shows up. Searching through camera footage, Leon finds the car the associate arrived in, where another man waits. Lawson sends Shannon to investigate. As the meeting wares on, Paul falls apart, revealing police are everywhere, forcing TR's hand. They arrest the associate, but not before he eats the lottery ticket, much to Paul's horror. Dom confronts Lawson over his treatment of Paul and when Lawson reprimands him in front of TR, Dom explodes, shooting up TR 1 before fleeing. As the team are left reeling, Lawson sends TR 2 after Dom. After finding the handover money, Lawson backtracks the associate's movements, which leads him, Shannon and Stella to a nursery. It looks like a wild goose chase, until Lawson uncovers a substantial sum of the heist money. He exults, the tragedy of Dom now seemingly forgotten. TR 2 locate Dom. Josh comforts him. Kerry is furious and wants him brought to base for punishment. But Josh instead takes him to a psychiatric hospital; a telling gesture of support to an old colleague and friend. After the chaos of the day, Josh pays Tash a visit and confesses that he can't stop thinking about her.||44:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||TR 2 follow a Mercedes, where Christian guards visiting Prime Minister Pell Fisher. Suddenly, the car is T-boned by a four-wheel drive and before TR can intervene, a masked gunman fires into the car as Christian dives over Pell. Earlier, TR 2 arrive at Pell's motel. Christian idolises the Prime Minister but Josh is less impressed by Pell's righteousness. Meanwhile, Lawson manages to get help with his investigations into Andrew Kronin from Audrey, who's keen to prove herself. Dom shows up at base but his hopes of returning to TR are soon dampened. TR 1, meanwhile, respond to a road-rage incident, in what looks to be a bungled assassination attempt on Pell. Arriving at their first scheduled stop, TR 2 hurry Pell into a hospital, where protestors have gathered. As TR 1 suddenly find themselves being tailed by Dom, who is struggling with the fact that his team no longer want him. Pell thanks the medical staff who saved him from another assassination attempt a year ago. Exiting the hospital, the group are set upon by protestors, forcing them to retreat. Josh criticises Pell for flouting instructions. TR 2 arrive at their next scheduled stop, a TV studio. They are joined by Kerry, who steals an intimate moment with Pell. Janet, Pell's media liaison, confronts Christian, asking him if he would take a bullet for Pell. After TR 1 discover an officer beaten nearby, Kerry decides to pull the plug on Pell's PR activities. As the entourage leaves the studio, the opening scene plays out TR 1 arrive and help apprehend the shooters as Pell is whisked to safety. But it is Janet who has been critically shot. Christian wonders how he emerged unscathed. It is now clear that Janet was the target, not Pell. Kerry suspects that Pell and Janet were having an affair, which might explain the attempt on Janet's life, while revealing to Lawson that she herself had a short fling with Pell. Kerry's suspicions are piqued when it transpires that Janet had recently been the target of other attacks. Although Kerry confronts Pell with her suspicions, his political standing proves too great and Kerry is forced to release him. Realising how lucky he is to be alive, Christian lavishes Annie with love and affection when she picks him up after work. Meanwhile, Lawson pays Dom a visit, telling him point blank that there is no future for him in TR.||44:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode 6||Hot on the tail of an agile offender through the Aquatic Centre, Stella catches sight of a gun and fires only to discover that she's shot her reflection in the mirror. Wary this is a sign Stella may not be ready for life back in TR, Lawson moves to question her, but is soon called to a lively domestic dispute. There he finds a young couple Alice and Max, defending themselves from a pair of repo men. Leon reveals that the couple's company has gone into liquidation and Max is facing prison time for fraud, his sentencing the next day. Meanwhile TR2 are called to a pub where there's a brawl between young racists and the older multicultural patrons, led by pub owner Edward. TR2 manages to dispel the violence, but not before Stella cops a punch in the face. Drawn to Stella, pub owner Edward confesses he admires her guts. On leaving the incident, Josh receives a drunken phone call from teenage Minka, the daughter of his new love interest Tash. He sets off to find her. Back at base, Kerry is dealing with her own emotional life, sucker-punched when her son James shows up out of the blue, revealing that he's back for good. Meanwhile TR 1 is called to a burglary in Brighton. It soon becomes clear that lovers Max and Alice are behind the incident and that they've robbed an old business associate of his credit cards. Lawson tracks the couple to a shopping centre where they are busy stealing a wedding dress. Lawson deduces that their goal is to get married before Max goes to jail the next day. Things take a more serious turn when Max fires shots from his getaway vehicle. TR 1 move to intercept Alice and Max after they steal their wedding rings. Max makes it into the registry office where he takes the celebrant hostage. Lawson appeals to Max's concern for Alice and Max finally surrenders. With Shannon and Stella in tow, Josh tracks down a very drunk Minka at the St Kilda Pier. As she sobers up, Josh comforts her and we learn that Minka's father committed suicide. Taking her home, Josh questions Tash about Minka's supervision. Tash takes offence, their tense discussion cut short by reports of shots fired back at Edward's pub. TR2 heads off and finds one of the young racists bleeding from a gunshot wound. Stella acts as primary negotiator with the volatile Edward. With a shot fired and fearing Edward may have committed suicide, TR make a forced entry and Stella encounters Edward holed up in the cellar, brandishing a knife. In a show of trust and courage, Stella holsters her weapon before she disarms him of his blade. Later in the day, Josh returns to Tash's place and finds her up in Minka's treehouse. They share a moment together, their affections for each other surely on the rise.||44:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||VideoEpisode 7||Michael stands opposite Thanos Makrokanis, three-time Mixed Martial Arts champion, as a crowd erupts in frenzy. Then it's on, fast and brutal, Thanos successfully defending his championship. Afterwards, Thanos accuses Michael of holding back; he knows Michael has had training and suspects he is a cop. At base, Lawson complains to Kerry that Armed Robbery plan to arrest Kronin for a burglary, when he's committed far more serious crimes. Leon is monitoring Kronin and under Lawson's supervision (and unbeknownst to Kerry), he has also been cutting electricity to Kronin's house. Thanos calls his associate Kronin to air his suspicions about his opponent, piquing Lawson's interest. Arriving late to work, Michael dodges questions about his battered face. He learns that Kronin, Makrokanis and another associate, Zonneveldt, are planning to rob a meat-packers. When he reveals that he knows Makrokanis, Josh criticises him for not revealing this earlier. After Makrokanis and Zonneveldt are spotted, Lawson sends Shannon to check on Kronin. Meanwhile as TR 2 set up for the bust, Michael finds himself under-equipped and exasperated with Josh. After locating Kronin, Shannon intervenes when an armed man tries to attack him, saving Kronin but in the process coming off her bike. Unable to contact Shannon, Lawson sends Christian to check on her. He decides to let the burglary continue until Kronin arrives, determined to nab him with the rest of his crew. Christian finds Shannon's damaged motorcycle. Meanwhile, Leon is startled when he receives an incoming call from Kronin; it's Shannon, who reveals that Kronin is taking her to hospital. Because she is in motorcycle leathers, he does not realise she is a police officer. Careful not to expose herself, Shannon discovers a more human side to Kronin and learns that he owes money to his attackers, Abrams and Peroxide. Shannon soon realizes that they're being tailed by the men, causing Kronin to divert into a shopping centre. Meanwhile, Makrokanis reveals that his opponent is "one of those tactical guys". A furious Josh confronts Michael, resulting in a tense confrontation. Lawson and Kerry arrive at the shopping centre as Kronin discovers that Shannon is a police officer. He flees just before TR apprehend his pursuers, leaving Lawson incensed that he has missed out on arresting Kronin again. TR swoop on Zonneveldt and Markrokanis, the latter escaping. Returning to base, Kerry suspends Michael until he can find a face to match his uniform. Stella gives Michael her blessing for him to ask Audrey out, albeit with mixed feelings. Leaving work, Michael is followed by Makrokanis, who later confronts him, resulting in a brutal fight. TR 2 intercept the fight and a bloody Michael claims victory. Meanwhile Lawson pays Kronin a visit, telling him in no uncertain terms that he will be caught. Savouring victory, Michael asks Audrey out, to which she replies yes, leaving Leon crestfallen.||44:42||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||VideoEpisode 8||A train surges through picturesque countryside. On board, passengers lie unconscious. Lawson and Josh approach in a chopper, scale a rope mid-air and make their way inside. Alongside the track, the rest of TR speed to catch up with the train. Inside, Lawson and Josh discover the passengers have been gassed. As they search the train looking for a culprit, they find an explosive device preventing entry to the driver's cabin. Unable to stop the train, Josh volunteers to defuse the IED, much to Kerry's dismay. Unable to contact the driver, Kerry sends Shannon and Christian to a nearby mobile tower. Arriving at the tower, Shannon and Christian find a blocker preventing mobile coverage of the area. The hijackers have gone to great lengths to prevent detection, but their ultimate aim remains a mystery. As Josh attempts to defuse the bomb, Lawson realises they only have minutes before they hit the train in front. Staging a risky entry into the driver's cabin, Lawson and Josh find the driver has been shot dead. As they bring the train to a halt, TR note one of the train's freight carriages is missing. As they search for the missing carriage, Kerry and Leon attempt to identify the hijackers and work out their plan. TR locate the missing carriage, only to find it has been burgled. A quick assessment of the goods inside reveal one significant item missing; a thermal lance. Nearby, a silent alarm has been triggered at a bank, prompting TR to head there. As they travel to their destination, the team begin to disintegrate. Lawson appears to have information, but he refuses to share it with his team. Stopping some distance from the bank, TR watch as the offenders depart, loaded up with cash. They identify the robbers as Kronin and his team - TR finally have them red handed. But Lawson calls TR to a halt, deciding to let Kronin depart unhindered. Michael takes umbrage - has Lawson finally lost his nerve? As night falls, TR arrive at the outskirts of Kronin's compound. With his team in disarray, Lawson reveals a plan he has been working on for months. It's risky, dangerous and kind of brilliant. As TR wage a fast, frenzied assault on the compound, they have sixty seconds of darkness to take down Kronin and his crew.||43:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||VideoEpisode 9||Josh and Tash are at it - slow and sensual as .. Josh wakes. What a dream! Realising he is late for work, Josh hurries out of bed. At base, Michael receives creative input from Leon and Audrey in his new undercover role as a 'taxi driver'. Unbeknownst to them, Josh is in the fight of his life when a gunman breaks into his apartment. A vicious struggle ensues, with Josh narrowly escaping. TR gather at the docks, where they are assisting Drug Squad with a bust. Outside prison, Michael's taxi collects Blake Fincher (AKA Nigella) - a reformed addict and methamphetamine cook par excellence. It transpires that Blake has brokered a deal with the police to assist them in apprehending a drug gang. Meanwhile, Detective Carroll of the Drug Squad reveals to Kerry that her son James has been identified from their surveillance on the drug gang. On a detour to visit his boyfriend, Will, Blake is intercepted by the gang, led by the menacing Van Truk. Michael discreetly pursues the gang, but not for long as Leon loses them. It becomes clear the gang are taking Blake to a new location. Still being hunted, Josh hotwires a car and drives into the gunman, who flees. Meanwhile, Lawson sends Shannon and Stella over to Josh's apartment, as Josh calls Leon for back-up. Blake phones Lawson, confirming TR are at the correct location. Using his smarts, Blake manages to rid himself of his captors temporarily, allowing Michael and Christian to steal in and plant cameras. But they find themselves trapped when Van Truk and his men make a hasty return. Josh is rescued by Shannon and Stella. Kerry phones James and her worst fears realized when it is revealed that James used Kerry's name when he was busted. As Michael and Christian search for a way out, Will shows up in a bid to rescue Blake. Drawn out by the commotion, Van Truk forcibly retrieves Blake, sending Will packing. With his lover gone, Blake turns off the ventilation in the warehouse. Hijacking Van Truk's gun, Blake leaves Kerry in no doubt about his intentions to stage an elaborate suicide. With only minutes until the lab blows, Lawson orders Michael and Christian to get out. Kerry makes a last ditch attempt to appeal to Blake. But it's too late - the lab explodes - leaving Kerry shattered. TR and firefighters force their way in to retrieve the injured men. As the chaos subsides, a desperate Blake asks Kerry what will come of him, but Kerry has no happy answers. Lawson pays Josh a visit in hospital. Despite Lawson's suspicions, Josh doesn't believe Kronin was behind the attack. Later, Josh gives Tash the cold shoulder when she comes to visit him. After a horrendous day, Kerry returns home to discover James has treated her to a home-cooked feast. He confesses to using Kerry's name in the bust but tries to convince her that he isn't using. Later, Kerry takes her valuables to TR base for safekeeping.||44:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||VideoEpisode 10||Alone at base, Shannon proudly introduces herself as Sergeant Shannon Henry. But it is straight down to business when TR are called to a breakout at a juvenile detention centre. They learn that Ben Miller, a brilliant kid with a history of breakouts, has orchestrated the escape to cover his own exit from incarceration. Apprehending Ben, Shannon can't help but wonder what all the fuss is about, until Ben steals her keys and flees behind the wheel of her TR vehicle. In damage control, Shannon quickly commandeers another police car. But as TR gain on Ben, they are suddenly run off the road by uniformed officers who have intercepted the wrong car. Audrey alerts the team to a robbery in progress, descriptions of the offender include mention of a police uniform. As they search for Ben, it becomes apparent that the young man is on a spree, hitting various shops and demanding money. As his actions become aggressive, the hunt for Ben becomes increasingly urgent. Christian manages to spot the stolen TR car parked down an alley. He takes up a covert position and prepares to rush the young offender. As Ben returns with his stolen cash, Christian confronts him. But when Ben pulls a beanbag shotgun, Christian takes a shot in the chest rather than fire upon the juvenile. Ben has accessed TR's strong box, and is now in possession of their weaponry. Armed and unrepentant, it is a race as TR try to stop the young man killing himself and others. TR respond to reports of a sighting at a football ground, converging on the stadium. It's a maze of carparks, stairs and level upon level of seating. Stella spots Ben and gives chase, but is suddenly struck down, losing consciousness and hurtling forward. Shannon tracks Ben, finds him perched on a high wall above the city. She attempts to talk him away from the edge, but Ben reveals a life of loneliness that has been compounded by the day's date - he's turning eighteen. And as a result, he's off to an adult jail. As he leaps out into the air, Shannon rushes to stop him. Only to see him land on the ground below, get up .. and run. Kerry arrives at the hospital to pick Stella up and is shocked when Stella reveals that she had a miscarriage. Back on Ben's tail, TR pursue him to a seaside airstrip. They arrive just as a light plane takes off, Ben in the cockpit. With the plane low on fuel, Ben clearly wants to crash. As Shannon implores Ben to land the plane he confesses he only knows one thing - how to fly. It is up to Shannon, on her first day as a senior officer, to bring the young man back down to earth.||43:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||VideoEpisode 11||Michael wakes to find himself in Stella's bed. Panic and guilt set in as he begins to suspect that Audrey knows of his indiscretion. Michael's day takes a surreal twist when TR 2 pursue a runaway car, whose driver has had his penis cut off. As an ambulance arrives to collect the driver, Hugh Kreisler, Shannon learns they have little time to find the penis if it is to remain viable. Elsewhere, TR 1 intercept a fight between a taxi driver and a prostitute, who reveals that the taxi driver is in fact a drug trafficker. TR 2 arrive at Kreisler's house. They learn that Kreisler's de facto, Nicolette, is responsible for the attack. As the team arrive at the hospital to question Kreisler, Audrey observes an intimate exchange between Michael and Stella. Meanwhile, Kerry stops by a drug house in Elwood looking to score. TR 2 monitor Kreisler as he contacts Nicolette, who, incensed, hangs up on him. The fact that Kreisler is a fertility doctor provides a sordid twist on the crime and there is the sense that Kreisler knows more than he lets on. TR 2 head to the Docklands, where it appears that Nicolette is after her child, Wayne. There are fears that she could harm her son. Meanwhile, TR 1 pursue the taxi driver to a house in Elwood. They are shocked to witness Kerry exiting the house. Audrey learns that Nicolette won the right to use the sperm of her late husband, Gordon, a solider killed in war. TR 2 are left in little doubt about the identity of her fertility doctor. Searching the Docklands, Shannon narrowly misses Nicolette as she dangerously speeds off with her baby, Wayne. Meanwhile, Lawson pays Kerry a visit at home. Kerry confesses that her son, James, is a junkie and Lawson highlights the trouble she might find herself in should the house be busted. Lawson resists telling Christian the full extent of Kerry's situation. Leon reveals to TR 2 that Nicolette recently undertook a paternity test and the team come to suspect that Dr. Kreisler impregnated Nicolette with his own sperm, thus making him the father of Wayne. They chase Nicolette into Kreisler's fertility clinic, where she demands her late husband's file - and sperm. Shannon pressures Kreisler to confess his crime. She starts to suspect that it is not the first time Kreisler has committed this sort of deception; the numerous pictures in his clinic suggesting he could have dozens of illegitimate children. Against Shannon's wishes, Michael confronts Nicolette with the truth: Gordon's sperm was not viable. Nicolette reacts angrily, but Michael manages to placate her. At last, TR 2 recover the appendage. Lawson and Christian conduct a bust on the drug house against Kerry's wishes. During the frenzy, Christian is bitten by a junkie. As Drug Squad cordon off the scene, Kerry drops by to cover her tracks. As the team wrap up for the day, Stella confides in Michael that she had a miscarriage. Stunned, Michael pursues her but instead bumps into Audrey, who breaks up with him, now aware of the infidelity. Leaving for the day, Kerry is approached by Ethical Standards Department, who want to question her about the drug dealer in Elwood.||43:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||VideoEpisodes 12 and 13||A terrifying cyber assault on the city brings Josh and Tash together as they race against time to save the life of a badly injured woman. As the attacks increase in severity, Leon and Audrey must call on all their knowhow as they battle a faceless opponent who may be more than a match. When Andrew Kronin stages a brazen escape, Michael struggles with past demons as TR hunt down the armed robber and murderer. Burning for revenge, Michael is helped by Lawson to come to terms with his feelings. Meanwhile, Shannon finds herself the talk of TR when Stella betrays her by revealing a sizzling secret.||1:25:42||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||VideoEpisode 14||TR speed into town, on a knife-edge as they hunt Oliver Ginsberg. They find his van dumped in a park. Audrey gathers information on Ginsberg - he is a retired engineer, an explosives expert. As Kerry confronts Lawson and Josh with details of their shenanigans, tensions from the younger members grow - especially Shannon, who can barely disguise her jealousy after hearing Lawson had intense sex. But the bickering dissipates as Josh discovers Ginsberg has entered nearby tunnels, TR realizing the bomb is under the city. TR enter the tunnels, finding more of Ginsberg's trademark booby traps. At base, Crystal and Marinda arrive, providing further information on Ginsberg; his wife left with the children after he was sued by an insurance company. Alerted by movement in the tunnels, Stella and Michael give chase. Michael soon realises the bomb is underground after finding a series of familiar markings. Lawson, Shannon and Christian discover the bomb at the basement of a building. Kerry orders a full evacuation of the area as the gravity of the situation looms. Exiting the tunnels, Lawson can't quite believe his eyes when Dom arrives with the Bomb Squad. Leon reveals that Ginsberg's former insurance company is a tenant in the building above the bomb. Lawson feels uneasy as Dom passionately reveals his expertise about Ginsberg's potentially catastrophic set-up. In the building, TR 2 encounter Ginsberg with a dozen hostages. He has rigged himself with explosives in an elaborate dead man device. Stella commences negotiation with Ginsberg, whose calmness belies his situation. Lawson airs his concerns about Dom to Tomkinson, Dom's boss, before he is roped into accompanying the men on their dangerous expedition. Ginsberg explains that defusing either bomb will result in the detonation of the other and reveals his intention: to reclaim the money that the insurance company took from him. In exchange, he will defuse all the bombs. Lawson, Dom and Tomkinson set about defusing the bomb. As Dom commences moving the bomb, he hears a click. Upstairs, Michael starts shepherding out hostages until he is discovered by Ginsberg. Believing that he has failed in his mission, Ginsberg activates the kill switch, but there is no explosion and he realizes that somebody must be moving the other bomb. Indeed, Dom has triggered an anti-handling device; if he moves his hand, the bomb will detonate. As Dom starts to struggle under the weight of the bomb, Lawson and Tomkinson try to extricate him without setting it off. Staring death in the face, Dom reveals he has never been happier; he's doing what he loves and his family life is improving. Wanting to reduce casualties, Dom sends out Tomkinson and requests that Lawson get him a phone, so that he can say goodbye to Sandrine. Lawson faces a difficult choice as Dom's life hangs in the balance.||45:26||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||VideoEpisode 15||Tactical Response go bush for a routine training drill. Shannon, Stella, Michael and Christian trek into thick vegetation, armed with only paintball guns. They stumble upon a mutilated sheep and wonder if this is part of the game. After successfully apprehending two escaped 'fugitives', Lawson and Josh, the team are briefed on their next task: they must make it back to unit base by dusk or face a cold night in the forest. With Shannon in charge, they head off. When Michael is nearly killed by a falling stump, the team debate whether Lawson and Josh could be behind it. With their compass destroyed, they push on, unaware that above them, a motion-activated camera is recording their every move. The four intercept a farmer, who blames his neighbour, Oliver Ginsberg, for setting the traps, claiming he is behind the death of a number of his sheep. Kerry touches base with Lawson, who has no intention of waiting around for his team. Meanwhile, the younger members discover the dead body of a sheep they encountered earlier. Outraged, they decide to camp overnight and get Ginsberg at first light.||43:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||VideoEpisode 16||TR race into town, on the hunt for Oliver Ginsberg. They learn that Ginsberg has placed a very large bomb under the city and that he has plenty more deadly tricks in store for them. Lawson finds himself in an awkward position when he must work with Dom, now a member of the bomb squad, to defuse the bomb.||46:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||VideoEpisode 17||After the death of their mate Dom, TR honor him in their own special way. Kerry is shocked when her son James is arrested for assault on a flight from Vietnam. When James flees, Kerry finds herself in a race against time to save him from two violent drug runners. Meanwhile, Lawson refuses medical treatment when he is knocked down saving a cilivian from the path of an oncoming car. He and TR 1 come to a new understanding of parental love when they encounter an abusive teenager who hates his mother.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|17||VideoEpisode 18||TR embark on an unusual and confronting assignment when they must remove a newborn baby from its mother as part of an intervention order. When the mother's family murder a police officer in retaliation, TR find themselves resorting to extreme tactics to catch the men responsible.||43:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|18||VideoEpisode 19||Meanwhile in this double episode the team find themselves in unfamiliar territory when Christian is taken hostage during a siege at an army barracks. Christian's philosophies are challenged when his captor forces him to choose between killing a guilty life or saving an innocent one. Guest stars Christopher Milligan (Neighbours) as Rainer.||44:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|19||VideoEpisode 20||TR are forced to work with a slick private security firm to save a kidnapped businessman. Working closely with its charming leader Shmitt , Shannon is enticed by the prospect of joining the firm. Lawson, however, has other plans as he and Shannon play the waiting game they take a moment to drop by Shannon's investment property. They succumb to mutual attraction, as Shannon's sexual hiatus finally comes to an end. Unbeknownst to them, they have just been caught by a hidden camera, which Michael has set up to catch thieves.||43:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|20||VideoEpisode 21||Josh's proposal to Tash is interrupted when ESD storm Tash's house and arrest him. Facing charges of corruption, Josh realises that his arrest is closely linked to the earlier attempt on his life, as he strives to clear his name once and for all.||43:23||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|21||VideoEpisode 22||TR fall into the clutches of darkness as they chase a murderer across a desolate island. Lawson wrestles with his own imagination as his team fall under the spell of the island destructive force. As they attempt to restore order, one of their own becomes victim to the islands power.||44:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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