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Will Ferrell, de son vrai nom John William Ferrell, est un acteur, humoriste, scénariste et producteur américain, né le 16 juillet 1967 à Irvine (Californie).

Il est connu pour avoir participé à l'émission télévisée humoristique Saturday Night Live en devenant l'un des membres incontournables du show, avant d'entamer une carrière cinématographique avec succès notamment avec des comédies loufoques comme Retour à la fac, Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy, Ricky Bobby : Roi du circuit, Les rois du patin, Frangins malgré eux et récemment Very Bad Cops, mais parvient à s'imposer avec des contre-emplois comme Melinda et Melinda et L'Incroyable Destin de Harold Crick.  On dit qu'il est le sosie de Chad Smith de par son étrange ressemblance avec le batteur des Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Il possède une étoile sur le Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Né à Irvine, en Californie, John William Ferrell est le fils de Betty Kay (née Overman), enseignante dans la Old Mill School Elementary et de Roy Lee Ferrell, Jr (connu sous le nom de Lee Ferrell), musicien du groupe Righteous Brothers[1] et est d'ascendance irlandaise[2]. Ses parents étaient tous deux natifs de Roanoke Rapids, en Caroline du Nord et ont déménagé en Californie en 1964[3],[4].

Will a d'abord fréquenté l'école primaire de Culverdale, et a ensuite étudié au Rancho San Joaquin Middle School, dans Irvine. Il a fréquenté l'Université High School à Irvine, et a été kicker de l'équipe de football universitaire[5]. Il a dit à l'Orange County Register que la grisaille d'Irvine a contribué à la croissance de son humour[6].

Il s'inscrit à l'University of Southern California, où il a étudié la radiodiffusion et les Sports. Il a obtenu un diplôme dans l'information sportive. Il est également membre de la fraternité Delta Tau Delta. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme en 1990, il a développé ses capacités d'improvisation en tant que membre du groupe comique The Groundlings.

Saturday Night Live[modifier | modifier le code]

C'est en 1995 que Ferrell devient célèbre en devenant membre du casting de l'émission comique Saturday Night Live, diffusée sur NBC. Il devient l'un des piliers du show, grâce à ses improvisations et à ses imitations de personnalités[7], parmi lesquelles :

Parmi ses personnages originaux sont inclus le coanimateur du Morning Latte Tom Wilkins, Ned, le frère jumeau d'Ed the Horse, Gene Frenkle, membre fictif de Blue Öyster Cult, le professeur de musique Marty Culp, le cheerleader des Spartan Craig Buchanan, Dale Sturtevant de Dissing Your Dog, Hank du Bill Brasky` Buddies, David Leary de Dog Show, mais aussi celui l'un des plus connus, celui de Steve Butabi, ringard à la recherche de conquête en soirées avec son frère et amis. Ce personnage, qui a fait l'objet de nombreux sketches en covedette avec Chris Kattan (dont un qu'ils ont interprétés avec Jim Carrey en invité) a fait l'objet d'une adaptation cinématographique en 1998, qui deviendra le film Une nuit au Roxbury[7].

Un an avant son départ, son salaire fut le plus élevé du show (350 000 dollars par saison)[8].

Il apparaîtra au Saturday Night Live comme invité le 14 mai 2005 et le 16 mai 2009. Pour ses deux passages, il reprend son rôle d'Alex Trebek dans la parodie de Celebrity Jeopardy. Dans l'épisode de 2005, Ferrell a repris son rôle de Robert Goulet dans une parodie de publicité commerciale.

Cinéma[modifier | modifier le code]

Les débuts[modifier | modifier le code]

Bien que ses débuts au cinéma se sont faits en 1995 avec le thriller Criminal Hearts, c'est durant sa période au Saturday Night Live, toujours dans le registre de comédie qu'il va percer en donnant la réplique à Mike Myers dans Austin Powers (1997) et sa suite (1999), en incarnant Mustafa, l'homme de main du docteur Denfer.

Toujours durant sa période au SNL, il tourne plusieurs films dont deux inspirés de l'émission: Une nuit au Roxbury, adaptation des sketches des frères Butabi au cinéma, pour lequel il tient pour la première fois un premier rôle et écrit le scénario. Le film obtient un succès commercial et acquiert le statut de film culte par la suite, Superstar, d'après des personnages créés dans l'émission par Molly Shannon, qui est l'actrice principale du film, pour lequel il incarne un double rôle, celui de Sky Corrigan et de Jésus, qui obtient un succès commercial comparable à Une nuit au Roxbury.

Mis à part Une nuit au Roxbury et Superstar, il tourne Un homme à femmes (The Ladies Man), Dick, les coulisses de la présidence, incarnant le journaliste Bob Woodward, Qui a tué Mona ?, où il devient le directeur des pompes funèbres et Jay et Bob contre-attaquent, de Kevin Smith, campant un marshal des eaux et forêts un peu benêt. Les succès, que ce soit public ou critique, sont assez diverses.

La consécration[modifier | modifier le code]

Ferrell aux Golden Globes, en 2007. Il fut nommé dans la catégorie Meilleur acteur dans une comédie ou un film musical.

En 2001, après être apparu dans un épisode des Années campus, produit par Judd Apatow, avec qui il va travailler, il incarne Jacobim Mugatu, styliste de mode excentrique et mégalomane dans la comédie déjantée Zoolander, réalisé par Ben Stiller. C'est d'ailleurs grâce au duo formé par Stiller et Owen Wilson que son humour fait mouche. Bien que le film n'ait pas obtenu le succès escomptée en salles, Zoolander, qui obtient de bonnes ventes sur le marché en DVD acquiert le statut de film culte. Il retrouvera Stiller et Wilson pour Starsky et Hutch, sorti en 2004 en incarnant Big Earl, détenu de la prison de Bay City, lors d'une séance de parloir burlesque. La participation de Ferrell n'est pas créditée au générique[9].

N'ayant pas peur du ridicule balade son visage légèrement ahuri, il tourne des films comme Retour à la fac, son premier rôle en vedette après son départ de Saturday Night Live et Elfe, son premier grand succès commercial. Avec ces deux films, il arrive à se démarquer du Saturday Night.

Avec Adam McKay, complice du Saturday Night, il signe deux grands succès dans sa carrière : Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy, où il interprète le personnage principal auprès de son équipe (Paul Rudd, Steve Carell et David Koechner), suivi de Ricky Bobby : Roi du circuit, incarnant un champion de NASCAR.

Il est capable aussi de tourner des comédies moins loufoques comme Melinda et Melinda, Ma sorcière bien-aimée, mais aussi L'Incroyable Destin de Harold Crick. Si les deux premiers sont des échecs commerciaux (Ma Sorcière bien-aimée lui vaudra une nomination au Razzie Award du pire acteur), le troisième, au succès commercial moins important que ses précédentes comédies comme Présentateur vedette ou Retour à la fac, lui vaut d'être nommé au Golden Globes dans la catégorie du meilleur acteur.

Il retourne à ses pitreries en jouant notamment dans Serial noceurs, avec Owen Wilson et Vince Vaughn et Frangins malgré eux, d'Adam McKay, où il partage la vedette avec John C. Reilly, son comparse de Ricky Bobby.

En 2009, il incarne le docteur Marshall dans Le Monde (presque) perdu, l'adaptation cinématographique de la série Land of the Lost, créée Sid et Marty Krofft. Le film est un échec public et critique aux États-Unis, qui pour un budget de 100 millions de dollars, en a rapporté uniquement 49.

En 2009, le magazine américain Forbes l'a désigné comme l'acteur le plus sur-payé (donc le moins rentable) : pour chaque dollar qu'il est payé, il ne rapporte en moyenne que 3,29 $[10]. En 2010, il est reste l'acteur le moins rentable selon Forbes, les films de Ferrell n'ont rapporté que 3,35 US$ pour chaque dollar qui lui est versé[11].

Après l'échec du Monde (presque) perdu, il fait une apparition non créditée au cinéma dans The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard et est un guest star durant deux épisodes de la série 30 Rock, avec son ancienne collègue du Saturday Night Live, Tina Fey. Il est également apparu dans plusieurs séries télévisées comme Funny or Die Presents… et Kenny Powers.

En 2010, il retrouve Adam McKay pour Very Bad Cops, comédie policière où il partage la vedette avec Mark Wahlberg. Sorti le 6 août 2010, le film se classe premier du box-office américain avec plus de 35 millions de dollars dès sa première semaine d'exploitation aux États-Unis (160 millions de dollars de recettes mondiales, dont 118 millions de dollars de recettes actuellement) et obtient des critiques positifs, lui permettant de renouer avec le succès[12].

En 2011, il participera également comme guest star pour quatre épisodes de la série The Office[13],[14],[15], où il retrouvera Steve Carell après Présentateur vedette : la légende de Ron Burgundy, Ma sorcière bien-aimée et Melinda et Melinda.

Au cinéma, il tente de nouveau un contre-emploi en interprétant le rôle d'un alcoolique dans la comédie dramatique Everything Must Go.

Divers[modifier | modifier le code]

Il fait partie du Frat Pack, regroupant les acteurs comiques hollywoodiens du moment, comme Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jack Black, Steve Carell et les frères Owen et Luke Wilson.

Il a également participé à l'émission Man vs Wild, rejoignant le présentateur Bear Grylls dans une aventure au nord de la Suède, épisode spécial diffusé le 2 juin 2009[16].

Will Ferrell fait partie des actionnaires du Los Angeles FC (nouvelle franchise du championnat nord-américain(MLS)).

Vie privée[modifier | modifier le code]

Depuis 2000, Will Ferrell est marié à Viveca Paulin, actrice suédoise qu'il a rencontrée en 1995. Avec elle, il est le père de trois enfants (Magnus, né en mars 2004, Mattias, né en décembre 2008 et Axel, né en janvier 2010). Il est également un supporter du club de football britannique Chelsea, représentant même le club en tant que capitaine honoraire par tirage au sort avant le match du club contre l'Inter Milan au Rose Bowl, en Californie, le 21 juillet 2009[17].

Comme acteur[modifier | modifier le code]

Cinéma[modifier | modifier le code]

Longs métrages[modifier | modifier le code]
  • 1995 : Criminal Hearts de Dave Payne : le présentateur du journal télévisée (non crédité)
  • 1997 : Man Seeking Woman de Jim Milio : Al
  • 1997 : Austin Powers (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery) de Jay Roach : Mustafa
  • 1998 : The Thin Pink Line de Joe Dietl et Michael Irpino : Darren Clark
  • 1998 : Une nuit au Roxbury (A Night at the Roxbury) de John Fortenberry : Steve Butabi
  • 1999 : The Suburbans de Donal Lardner Ward : Gil
  • 1999 : Austin Powers 2 : L'Espion qui m'a tirée (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me) de Jay Roach : Mustafa
  • 1999 : Dick, les coulisses de la présidence (Dick) d'Andrew Fleming : Bob Woodward
  • 1999 : Superstar de Bruce McCulloch : Sky Corrigan / Jesus
  • 2000 : Qui a tué Mona ? (Drowning Mona) de Nick Gomez : Cubby, le directeur des pompes funèbres
  • 2000 : Un homme à femmes (The Ladies Man) de Reginald Hudlin : Lance DeLune
  • 2001 : Jay et Bob contre-attaquent (Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back) de Kevin Smith : Federal Wildlife Marshal Willenholly
  • 2001 : Zoolander de Ben Stiller : Jacobim Mugatu
  • 2002 : Boat Trip de Mort Nathan : Michael, le petit ami de Brian (non crédité)
  • 2003 : Back to School : Retour à la fac (Old School) de Todd Phillips : Frank Ricard
  • 2003 : Elfe (Elf) de Jon Favreau : Buddy
  • 2004 : Starsky et Hutch (Starsky and Hutch) de Todd Phillips : Big Earl (non crédité)
  • 2004 : Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy) d'Adam McKay : Ron Burgundy
  • 2004 : Melinda et Melinda (Melinda and Melinda) de Woody Allen : Howie
  • 2004 : Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie d'Adam McKay : Ron Burgundy (vidéo)
  • 2005 : The Wendell Baker Story d'Andrew et Luke Wilson : Dave
  • 2005 : Match en famille (Kicking and Screaming) de Jesse Dylan : Phil Weston
  • 2005 : Ma sorcière bien-aimée (Bewitched) de Nora Ephron : Jack Wyatt / Jean-Pierre Stevens
  • 2005 : Serial noceurs (Wedding Crashers) de David Dobkin : Chazz Reinhold (non crédité)
  • 2005 : Winter Passing d'Adam Rapp : Corbit
  • 2005 : Les Producteurs (The Producers), de Susan Stroman : Franz Liebkind
  • 2006 : Ricky Bobby : Roi du circuit (Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby) d'Adam McKay : Ricky Bobby
  • 2006 : L'Incroyable Destin de Harold Crick (Stranger Than Fiction) de Marc Forster : Harold Crick
  • 2007 : Les rois du patin (Blades of Glory) de Josh Gordon et Will Speck : Chazz Michael Michaels
  • 2008 : Semi-Pro de Kent Alterman : Jackie Moon
  • 2008 : Frangins malgré eux (Step Brothers) d'Adam McKay : Brennan Huff
  • 2009 : Le Monde (presque) perdu (Land of the Lost) de Brad Silberling : Dr Rick Marshall
  • 2009 : The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard de Neal Brennan : McDermott (non crédité)
  • 2010 : Very Bad Cops (The Other Guys) d'Adam McKay : inspecteur Allen Gamble
  • 2010 : Everything Must Go de Dan Rush : Nick Halsey
  • 2012 : Casa de mi padre de Matt Piedmont : Armando Alvarez
  • 2012 : Moi, député de Jay Roach : Camden « Cam » Brady
  • 2013 : Les Stagiaires de Shawn Levy : Kevin (non crédité)
  • 2013 : Légendes vivantes (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues) d'Adam McKay : Ron Burgundy
  • 2015 : En taule : Mode d'emploi (Get Hard) d'Etan Cohen : James King
  • 2015 : Very Bad Dads (Daddy's Home) de Sean Anders : Brad Whitaker
  • 2016 : Zoolander 2 de Ben Stiller : Jacobim Mugatu
  • 2017 : Vegas Academy: Coup de poker pour la fac (The House) d'Andrew Jay Cohen : Scott Johansen
  • 2017 : Very Bad Dads 2 (Daddy's Home 2) de Sean Anders : Brad Whitaker
  • 2018 : Zeroville de James Franco : Rondell
  • 2018 : Holmes & Watson de Etan Cohen : Holmes
Courts métrages[modifier | modifier le code]
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Télévision[modifier | modifier le code]

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Séries télévisées[modifier | modifier le code]
  • 1995 : Seuls au monde (On Our Own) : Construction Worker (Épisode 18, saison 1)
  • 1995 : Une maman formidable (Grace Under Fire) : l'homme au Meeting (non crédité) (Épisode 24, saison 2)
  • 1995 : Living Single : Roommate from Hell #1 (Épisode 26, saison 2)
  • 1995-2002 : Saturday Night Live : lui-même / Personnages variés (139 épisodes)
  • 1997 : Cléo et Chico (Cow and Chicken) : Fermier / Astronaut #2 (voix) (1 épisode)
  • 1997 : Les Castors allumés (The Angry Beavers) : Bouncer (voix) (non crédité) (Épisode 12, saison 1)
  • 1999 : Les Rois du Texas (King of the Hill) : Coach Lucas (voix) (Épisode 12, saison 3)
  • 1999 : Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child(voix) (Épisode 2, saison 6)
  • 2000 : Les Griffin (Family Guy) : Fat Greek Guy / Miles 'Chatterbox' Musket (voix) (Épisode 12, saison 2)
  • 2000 : Strangers with Candy : Bob Whitely (Épisode 3, saison 3)
  • 2001 : Les Oblong (The Oblongs) : Bob Oblong (voix) (8 épisodes)
  • 2001 : Les Années campus (Undeclared) : Dave (Épisode 3, saison 1)
  • 2003 : Le Protecteur (The Guardian) : l'avocat Larry Flood (Épisode 23, saison 2) (crédité Phil Reston)
  • 2003-2009 : Saturday Night Live : lui-même(5 épisodes)
  • 2006 : Seul face à la nature (Man VS Wild) : lui-même (1 épisode)
  • 2007 : The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show : Chuck Billson (Épisode 1, saison 1)
  • 2008 : Bob l'éponge (SpongeBob SquarePants) : lui-même (Épisode 16, saison 7)
  • 2008 : Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday : George W. Bush (Épisode 3, saison 1)
  • 2009 : Late Night with Conan O'Brien : George W. Bush (Épisode 30, saison 17)
  • 2009 : Kenny Powers (Eastbound and Down) : Ashley Schaeffer (Épisodes 2 et 5, saison 1 - épisodes 2, 7 et 8, saison 3)
  • 2010 : Carpet Bros : Grant Measum (Épisode 1, saison 2)
  • 2010 : Drunk History : Abraham Lincoln (Épisode 1, saison 2)
  • 2010 : Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! : Donald Mahanahan (Épisode 7, saison 5)
  • 2010 : Funny or Die Presents… (Épisodes 1 et 9, saison 1)
  • 2010 : 30 Rock : Shane Hunter (Épisodes 17 et 20, saison 4)
  • 2011 : The Office : Deangelo Vickers[18](Épisode 19, saison 7)
  • 2014 : The Spoils of Babylon : Eric Jonrosh / Le Chah d'Iran (6 épisodes)
  • 2015 : The Spoils Before Dying : Eric Jonrosh
  • 2016 : The Last Man on Earth : Gordon Vanderkruik (épisode 2, saison 2)

Comme scénariste[modifier | modifier le code]

Comme producteur[modifier | modifier le code]

Note : La liste indique uniquement les longs-métrages, téléfilms et séries télévisées.

Récompenses et nominations[19][modifier | modifier le code]

Année Cérémonie Résultat Catégorie Travail Récompensé
2001 American Comedy Awards Nommé Acteur de soutien le plus drôle dans une série télévisée Saturday Night Live (2000)
Lauréat Acteur (principal ou de soutien) le plus drôle dans une émission du cable, réseau de chaînes télévisées ou syndication Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2000 (2000) (TV)
Emmy Awards Nommé Meilleure performance dans un programme de variété ou musical (pour l'épisode avec Alec Baldwin pour invité) Saturday Night Live (2000)
TV Guide Awards Nommé Star la plus folle de l'année (nommé avec Darrell Hammond) Saturday Night Live (2001)
2002 MTV Movie Awards Nommé Personnage le mieux habillé Zoolander (2001)
2003 Nommé Meilleure équipe de film (nommé avec Luke Wilson et Vince Vaughn) Retour à la fac (2003)
Meilleure performance comique
2004 Teen Choice Awards Nommé Prix du meilleur acteur de comédie Elfe (2003)
Prix du meilleur comédien -
MTV Movie Awards Nommé Meilleure performance comique Elfe (2003)
2005 Nommé Meilleure équipe de film (nommé avec Paul Rudd, Steve Carell et David Koechner) Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy (2004)
Meilleure performance musicale (pour la chanson Afternoon Delight) (Nommé avec Paul Rudd, Fred Armisen et Steve Carell)
Meilleure performance comique
People's Choice Awards Nommé Star comique masculine la plus drôle -
Teen Choice Awards Nommé Prix du dépravé au cinéma Match en famille (Kicking and Screaming, 2005)
Prix de la meilleure bagarre (Ron Burgundy et les autres journalistes) Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy (2004)
Prix du meilleur cri Match en famille (Kicking and Screaming, 2005)
Prix du meilleur de l'acteur dans une comédie (nommé avec Match en famille (Kicking and Screaming)) Présentateur vedette : La Légende de Ron Burgundy (2004)
Prix du meilleur acteur -
2006 Razzie Awards Nommé Pire acteur (nommé avec Match en famille (Kicking and Screaming) Ma sorcière bien aimée (2005)
Lauréat Pire couple (nommé avec Nicole Kidman)
Satellite Awards Nommé Meilleur acteur dans une comédie ou un film musical L'Incroyable Destin de Harold Crick (2006)
Golden Globes Nommé Meilleur acteur dans un second rôle Les Producteurs (2005)
2007 Nommé Meilleur acteur dans une comédie ou un film musical L'Incroyable Destin de Harold Crick (2006)
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Nommé Meilleur acteur
MTV Movie Awards Nommé Meilleure bagarre (nommé avec Jon Heder) Les Rois du patin (2007)
Meilleure performance comique
Lauréat Meilleur baiser (avec Sacha Baron Cohen) Ricky Bobby : Roi du circuit (2006)
People's Choice Awards Nommé Star comique masculine la plus drôle -
Teen Choice Awards Nommé Prix du meilleur cri Les Rois du patin (2007)
Prix de la meilleure danse (avec Jon Heder)
Prix de la meilleure alchimie (avec Jon Heder)
Prix du meilleur comédien -
Lauréat Prix du meilleur acteur de comédie Ricky Bobby : Roi du circuit (2006) et Les Rois du patin (2007)
2008 Nommé Prix du meilleur acteur dans une comédie Semi-pro (2008)
Prix du meilleur acteur -
People's Choice Awards Nommé Star comique masculine la plus drôle -
2009 Emmy Awards Nommé Meilleur scénario pour une émission de variété, musical ou comique Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America - A Final Night with George W Bush (2009)
Meilleur émission de variété, musical ou comique (nommé avec Adam McKay, Jessica Elbaum, Marty Callner et Randall Gladstein)
Teen Choice Awards Nommé Prix du meilleur acteur dans une comédie Le Monde (presque) perdu (2009)
2010 Razzie Awards Nommé Pire acteur Le Monde (presque) perdu (2009)
Pire couple à l'écran (nommé avec n'importe quel second rôle ou créature)
2011 People's Choice Awards Nommé Meilleur acteur dans une comédie[20] Very Bad Cops (2010)
2016 Teen Choice Awards Nommé Meilleur acteur dans un film de comédie Very Bad Dads

En France, Maurice Decoster est la voix française régulière de Will Ferrell[21]. Philippe Vincent[21], Guillaume Orsat[21] et David Krüger l'ont également doublé respectivement à sept reprises pour le premier et à trois occasions pour les deux suivants.

Au Québec, François Godin est la voix française régulière de l'acteur[22].

Notes[modifier | modifier le code]

Références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. ↑ Will Ferrell Biography. Consulté le 8 juillet 2010.
  2. ↑ Will Ferrell Has Irish Award Society in Stitches - Will Ferrell : People.com
  3. ↑ (en) « WHERE THERE'S WILL..., THERE'S A WAY TO TALK ABOUT COMEDY, DRAMA AND SHOOTING IN CHARLOTTE », Charlotte Observer,‎ 27 novembre 2005 (lire en ligne)
  4. ↑ Riddick & Rountree and Related Families From Northeast North Carolina by Betty Smith Hobbs
  5. ↑ Dave Albee,Carroll Chronicles: Celebrities love to practice with Pete, Marin Independent Journal, August 29, 2007.
  6. ↑ (en) Barry Koltnow, « Will Ferrell says growing up in Irvine made him funny », The Orange County Register,‎ 25 juillet 2008 (lire en ligne)
  7. ↑ a et bWill Ferrell sur SNL Archives.org. Consulté le 9 juillet 2010.
  8. ↑ War of the Funnymen - Netscape Celebrity
  9. ↑ (en) Starsky & Hutch (2004) sur IMDb. Consulté le 9 juillet 2010.
  10. Hollywood's Most Overpaid Stars sur Forbes.com. Consulté le 29 mai 2010.
  11. ↑ (en) Hollywood's Most Overpaid Actors 2010, Forbes. Consulté le 13 novembre 2010.
  12. ↑ http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=weekend&id=ferrellwahlberg2010.htm
  13. ↑ James Hibberd, « Will Ferrell hired as NBC's 'Office' temp », Entertainment Weekly, 26 janvier 2011 (consulté le 27 janvier 2011)
  14. ↑ « « The Office » recrute Will Ferrell », sur Allocine, 27 janvier 2011.
  15. ↑ « Will Ferell débarque dans « The Office Us » », sur SériesLive, 27 janvier 2011.
  16. ↑ (en) « Will Ferrel dans Man vs. Wild », sur Film.com (consulté le 22 octobre 2010)
  17. ↑ http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england/2009/07/23/1399747/hollywood-star-will-ferrell-acts-as-honorary-chelsea-captain
  18. ↑ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/28/will-ferrell-the-office-deangelo-vickers_n_841413.html
  19. ↑ Will Ferrell - Awards sur IMDb. Consulté le 9 juillet 2010.
  20. ↑ People's Choice Award 2011
  21. ↑ a b c d e f g h i j k l m et n« Comédiens ayant doublé Will Ferrell en France », sur RS Doublage, 14 août 2010 (consulté le 19 juin 2018) [dernière m-à-j].
  22. ↑ a b c d e f g et h« Comédiens ayant doublé Will Ferrell au Québec » sur Doublage qc.ca, consulté le 5 novembre 2009.
  23. ↑ Le doublage français a été réalisé pour la sortie VOD mais n'est pas présent sur le DVD zone 2.
  24. ↑ « Fiche du doublage français du film Les Producteurs (2005) » sur Voxofilm, consulté le 14 août 2010.
  25. ↑ a b et c Carton du doublage français sur le DVD zone 2.
  26. ↑ « Fiche du doublage français du film Elfe » sur Voxofilm, consulté le 14 août 2010.
  27. ↑ « Fiche du doublage français du film Serial noceurs » sur Voxofilm, consulté le 14 août 2010.
  28. ↑ « Fiche du doublage français du film Austin Powers 2 » sur AlloDoublage
  29. ↑ Fiche du doublage français du film Georges, le petit curieux sur Voxofilm, consulté le 19 août 2009.
  30. ↑ http://voxofilm.free.fr/vox_S/semi_pro.htm

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One Day at a Time

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Episode 7.01 (255)
February 17, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Produced by Di Drew
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Jean Pierre Mignon

It's the first day back at work for the shell-shocked staff of Ward 17 who are still trying to come to terms with the horrific shooting. With many of her colleagues unable to return to the scene of the carnage, Head Nurse Terri is seriously short staffed. The situation becomes dire when the hospital's new CEO, Julia Archer, warns Terri that the struggling ward is under observation as it faces permanent closure. Although undergoing counselling, Charlotte refuses to dwell on the rampage and insists on going about her daily routine. When she cares for a seriously ill patient, she realises she's been in denial about the tragedy. Charlotte agrees to work with her therapist to confront her feelings. Regina also puts on a brave face and returns to the ward, but is overcome with grief when she passes the scene of Morris' shooting, and collapses in tears.

Starring: Georgie Parker, Jenni Baird, Conrad Coleby, Christopher Gabardi, Martin Lynes, Tammy Macintosh, Judith Mcgrath, Paul Tassone

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Anne Looby as Julia Archer, Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Chris Burke as Dr Robert Hunt, Gosia Dobrowolska as Vera [uncredited], Kim Knuckey as Ray Carroll [uncredited]

Guest Starring: Eamon-Luke Davern as George Hrubj, Jonathan Latham as Goran Milovic, Neil Modra as Detective Alan Barry, Alison Turner as Caroline Graves, Michael Holmes as Cameron Healey, Richard Emery as Anaesthetist

Opening Up

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Episode 7.02 (256)
February 17, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by Harry West
Directed by Catherine Roden

Terri begins the fight to save Ward 17. Regina plays cupid, arranging a blind date for Terri with her cousin, and spends the whole day making sure Terri can't back out of her date. Charlotte's nose is out of joint when a new young resident beats her to a diagnosis. Sterling finds himself taking sides when he finds himself caring for a man caught up in a custody dispute. Terri's patience is tested by a patient suffering from demensia.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Anne Looby as Julia Archer, Wil Travel as Jack Quade, David Whitford as John Holman, Alan Lovell as Keith McPhee, Barbara Morton as Mrs McPhee

Guest Starring: Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Penni Gray as Pam Holman, Matthew Moore as Owen Munsell, Andy Whitfield as Mathew Parkes, Gabe Colello as Lance Rudd, Jan Oxenbould as Amy Carter, Douglas Garske as Graham Carter, Tony Horton as Peter Ford, Benjamin Goykovic as Fergus Holman, Alexander Goykovic as Oliver Holman

Note: Wil Travel's first appearance as Jack Quade

Happy Familes

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Episode 7.03 (257)
February 24, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Geoffrey Nottage.

A Bucks' night prank goes horribly wrong for the groom and Sterlo — his best man. Paula agrees to Michael having informal access to their son, Max. But Michael begins to subtly use the situation to turn the screws on Luke and Paula's relationship, whilst endearing himself to Max. While everyone thinks new agency nurse Sophia is Charlotte's estranged lover, their real relationship is much closer. When a medical emergency throws everyone together, their personal and working relationships are put to the ultimate test.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Jack Rickard as Max, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Troy Planet as Dennis Poole, Rhett Giles as Michael, Josef Ber as Dusty, Mary Haire as Mrs Crowe, Michael Rose as Guest

Guest Starring: Krew Boylan as Jenny Flind, Colin Borgonon as Dr Peters, Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Cameron Burke as Warwick "Wazza" Simmons, Craig Menaud as Davo the Ambo, James Cohan as Jimmy "Jimbo" Haigh, Rob Baxter as Rodney "Rocket" Sturgess, Stephen Tierney as Driver

Wolf

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Episode 7.04 (258)
March 02, 2004
1.19 million viewers
Screenplay by John Concannon
Directed by Kate Woods.

Opinions are split over the medical treatment of a paedophile who is admitted to the ward after he is attacked by his neighbours. Terri is hesitant to let Sterling back onto the ward but relents given Nelson's assurances he is ready to return to work. Sophia and Charlotte find a family dispute reflects their own situation. Max goes to dangerous lengths to see his father.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Jack Rickard as Max, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Rhett Giles as Michael, Jo-Anne Cahill as Anna Renshaw, Niall Mather as Steven Renshaw, Russell Dykstra as Grant Jenkins

Guest Starring: Sam Isaacs as Damian Ross, Rob Baxter as Rodney "Rocket" Sturgess, Bree Beadman as Natalie Renshaw, Amber Cuneen as Brooke Renshaw, John Marsh as Sergeant Baker, Eileen Camilleri as Rosalee Fairburn, Craig Scott as Male Ringleader, Deze Erinson as Male Ringleader, Paul Doyle as SAP Policeman, Nigel Harbach as SAP Policeman, Terry Flanaghan as SAP Male Ringleader, Min Windle as SAP Female Ringleader, Sheree Swords as Policewoman, Brett Praed as Angry Man, Angelina Anassis as Female Ringleader

In Too Deep

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Episode 7.05 (259)
March 09, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Luke and Paula face their final decision as Michael makes a play for the family he wants. Sophia's lonely heart and her feelings for Vincent are revealed when she bonds with a patient who has an appointment to marry a man she met in an internet chatroom. Terri is stunned to learn that Julia Archer is now trying to divide and conquer by having Nelson transferred to the Emergency Department. Despite Julia's efforts to undermine her in front of the hospital board, Terri is reminded she still has allies.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Jack Rickard as Max, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Rhett Giles as Michael, Olivia Pigeot as Lisle Vandstone, Angela Moore as Astrid, Anne Looby as Julia Archer, Kim Hillas as Joan Marden

Guest Starring: Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Hannah Durack as Simone Vandstone, Sorie Bangura as Jason Roberts, Paul Maybury as Board Member

Peripheral Vision

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Episode 7.06 (260)
March 16, 2004
1.24 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Catherine Roden.

Nelson finds himself in emotionally difficult territory when a child, on her bike, shoots out in front of his car and ends up in ICU. Jack deals with a patient who wants a reversal of a tubal ligation… without her husband's knowledge. Things reach boiling point for Nelson, when Terri turns up on his doorstep, urging him to open up to her — but he takes things too far and immediately regrets his actions.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Daniel Roberts as Mr Jennings, Nikki Bennett as Tina McAllister, Troy Planet as Dennis Poole

Guest Starring: Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Rod Power as Sergeant Kennedy, Gabby Rogers as Emily Jennings, Charis Dobbs as Isabel Jennings, Matt Wills as Jimmy McAllister, Antionio Ungaro as Mr Azzapardi, Judy Madden as ICU Nurse

Fight or Flight

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Episode 7.07 (261)
March 23, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Carla Drago.

Attending an accident scene, Scott and Alex are shocked to discover that their friend Matt and his heavily pregnant partner, Kirsten, are among the injured. Terri and Nelson find it tough to get past recent events. With help from Von and Nelson, Matt struggles to overcome a serious injury on what should be the best day of his life.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Jennifer Byrnes as Donna Whelan, Josh Quong Tart as Matt Horner, Rachael Coopes as Kirsten Sutton

Guest Starring: Nathan Broadrick as Liam Whelan, Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Craig Menaud as Nigel "David" Davidson, Owen Buick as Johnny, Marty Wetherill as Driver, Lisa Lynch as Ambo; Katie Spinks, Maddison Baker, Sarah Swibel, Tess Leader and Makayla Newman as Baby Priscilla Horner; Eric Affleck as Grunt, Julian Pearson as Dead Band Member, Patricia Helen Gerondis as Midwife

Prison Walls

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Episode 7.08 (262)
March 30, 2004
1.25 million viewers
Screenplay by Rick Held
Directed by Peter Fisk.

Sophia nurses a menacing criminal who is admitted to the ward after cutting off his own hand in an effort to extent his bail period believing he has a fatal illness. Nelson helps a young man confront his overprotective mother while attempting to confront his own drinking problem. Charlotte and Von uncover a young woman's secret and help her reunite with her family. Terri confronts Nelson with her suspicion that he has been drinking again, but it's Von who makes him face his demons.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Bryce Youngman as Kevin, Jessica Fallico as Sabi Reid, Trisha Noble as Mrs. Summers, John Leary as Brian Summers, Peter Kowitz as Ronnie Tucker

Guest Starring: Roger Barber as Chris Mahr, James Hagan as Dr Marcos, Jason Lee as Sean Lim, Ark Bell as Barry Gettens, Guy Leslie as Ian Jackson, Teena Tingle as Karen Gettens, Richard Emery as Anaesthetist, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse

Deceptions

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Episode 7.09 (263)
April 06, 2004
1.34 million viewers
Screenplay by Denise Morgan
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Terri is forced to face her mortality when she is diagnosed with a rare tumour in her heart. A man with an STD deceives his fiancée regarding his condition. Charlotte, prompted by Sophia, takes matters into her own hands, clashing once more with Dr. Alison Newell, this time with unexpected consequences. A terminally ill young man confronts his fear that his girlfriend only stays with him out of pity.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Chris Galletti as Ian Mullins, Viviana Delgado as Juanita, Eden Falk as Kieran Hudson, Emma Grant as Sandy, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Victoria Longley as Margaret O'Brien, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Anne Looby as Julia Archer, Robert Coleby as Professor Richard Craig

Guest Starring: Joy Hruby as Mrs Heinrich, Colin Borgonon as Anaesthetist, Monique Montez as Melinda Barnett, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse

A Place in the Heart

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Episode 7.10 (264)
April 13, 2004
1.27 million viewers
Screenplay by David Hannan
Directed by Catherine Roden.

The permanent closure of Ward 17 heralds the end of an era and generates much uncertainty among the nursing staff. Terri undergoes open heart surgery to discover if her heart tumour is cancerous. Charlotte gets a heart-stopping induction into emergency medicine. Von achieves a professional goal becoming an RN.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, Anne Looby as Julia Archer, Robert Coleby as Professor Richard Craig, Kim Hillas as Joan Marden, Colin Borgonon as Anaesthetist, Troy Planet as Dennis Poole, Julia Blake as Evelyn Ulrich

Guest Starring: Yure Covich as Jim Fitzpatrick, Kenny Graham as Robert Ulrich, John Benjamin as Priest, Leigh Martin as Ron Beckett, Dave Kelborn as John Nicholls, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Leo Donnigon as Anaesthetist Nurse, Monique Montez as Melinda Barnett, Richard Collins as Perfusionist, Lisa Lynch as Ambulance Officer, Ceridwen Huston as Kelly-Anne Davidson, Colleen Kane as Mrs Cowell, Laz Korlaki as Mr Cowell, Lucy Wayne as Mary Cowell, Darko Kubatka as Security Guard

Note: the final appearances for Anne Looby and Robert Coleby

Brave New World

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Episode 7.11 (265)
April 20, 2004
1.31 million viewers
Screenplay by Sarah Walker
Directed by Catherine Millar

The remaining staff of ward 17 have a baptism by fire in the Emergency Department, which is run by the hard-nosed Frank Campion. When the ED staff are forbidden from responding to a man who has collapsed outside the hospital, Sophia leads the charge for changes only to find herself Frank's first victim when she goes over his head to voice her concerns directly to Dr. Newell. Vincent and Sterling struggle with a patient who has a cell phone lodged in his rectum. Terri shares a room with a troubled patient, and teaches Jack a lesson or two. After making a controversial decision that ultimately saves the life of a visitng physician, Luke is offered a job in New York.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Emma Jackson as Megan, Adrienne Pickering as Sophia Beaumont, John Howard as Frank Campion

Guest Starring: Lois Ramsey as Norma Blunt, Conor Reid as Mark Ellis, Emily O'Halloran as Claudia Risclutto, Jemma Rivera Wilks as Lin Cox, David Wheeler as Sam Edwards, Graham Evans as Lennie Hendrix, Paul Davies as Eddie Norris

Notes: this episode marked a fundamental change to All Saints. in an attempt to boost ratings, the focus was shifted from Ward 17 to the Emergency Department. Numerous cast changes also occured as the contracts of four regulars (Jenni Baird, Martin Lynes, Fletcher Humphrys, and Henry Nixon) were not renewed and several new actors were brought in, John Howard most notably. This episode also marked the return of producer Jo Porter, the first episode for Natalie Saleeba, and the final appearance for Adrienne Pickering. See these articles regarding the language in the final scene with Frank and Terri.

Bad Pennies

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Episode 7.12 (266)
April 27, 2004
1.39 million viewers
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Peter Fisk.

With Luke having already handed in his resignation and about to leave for a new job in New York, Paula must decide whether or not she and Max will go with him. Terri prepares to come back to work and face both the prefessional challenges presented by her new boss and the personal ones by Jack Quade. Charlotte has an unusual decision to make when a 15-year-old Muslim patient wants to be treated without her parents' knowledge. While attending an MVA with multiple casualties, including an infant, Scott and Alex discover that luck can be a fickle thing.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Emma Jackson as Megan, John Howard as Frank Campion

Guest Starring: Lois Ramsey as Norma Blunt, Jenna Lind as Yasmin Hayek, John Mellion jnr as Sgt Dave McCarthy, Christine Hawkins as Louise, Wayne Hayward as Firie, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Leo Domigan as Anaesthetist

Note: the final episode for Jenni Baird and Martin Lynes. Georgie Parker and Judith McGrath are now the last original cast members remaining.

Ground Zero

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Episode 7.13 (267)
May 04, 2004
1.25 million viewers
Screenplay by John Hugginson
Directed by Jean Pierre Mignon

It's Terri's first day in Emergency — a new environment, a new position and a new boss. She is at ground zero. Terri comforts the family of a man admitted to the ED after being impaled by an iron bar. The impersonal nature of her new job coupled with an accusation of overdosing a patient and a lack of support from her new colleagues pushes Terri to the limit. Her first day may very well be her last day.

Starring: Georgie Parker, John Howard, Conrad Coleby, Christopher Gabardi, Tammy Macintosh, Judith Mcgrath, Paul Tassone

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton

Guest Starring: Moya O'Sullivan as Margaret Milligan, Brendan Monger as Geoffrey Milligan, Andrew Doyle as Jason Blake, Zoe Houghton as Coral Blake, Andrew Keating as Ian Blake, Leanne Blythe as Mother, Luke Finch as Struggling Patient

Life After Death

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Episode 7.14 (268)
May 11, 2004
1.27 million viewers
Screenplay by Kelly Lefever
Directed by Catherine Roden

A senseless act of violence sees a Chinese boy left a potential organ donor — but no-one is keen on the way they have to get permission. Charlotte's objectiveness is called into question as one of her patients, a young girl, is in desperate need of a transplant. Frank fights to do the non-politically correct thing when he believes a Down's Syndrome mother should abort her child at her grandfather's behest.

Also Starring: Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade

Guest Starring: Leslie Dayman as Viv Woods, Tracie Sammut as Barbara Woods, Septimus Caton as Nick, Zoe Ella as Roxy, Lois Ramsey as Norma Blunt, Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Brooke Callaghan as Juliette, Paul He as Paul Wong, Meme Thorne as Mrs Wong, Annabel Blake as Sarah, Drew Paton as Policeman, Ian Boland as Intensivist

Zero Tolerance

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Episode 7.15 (269)
May 18, 2004
1.25 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Catherine Millar

Alex and Scott are called to the scene of a gang battle. One young man has been shot and Alex witnesses the point blank retaliation shooting of a rival gang member. These guys are obviously dangerous, and Alex, when questioned by police, is reluctant to speak up having been given clear warning by the shooter to keep his mouth shut.

The father of the organ donor who died at All Saints arrives at the hospital with his lawyer. He did not consent to the turning off of his son's life support and the harvesting of his organs, and is threatening legal action. Charlotte, who felt she had done the right thing in getting the mother's consent, finds herself cut adrift by Alison Newell.

Jack, finished with his surgical stint, is onto his next rotation in the Emergency Department. Just when he thinks he's doing well with Terri, he makes the mistake of calling her 'Sullivan', as Mitch used to do. Her immediate reaction is angry and defensive. It looks like Jack has no hope with her.

Norma, elderly bag lady and former district roller skating champ, sets up camp in the waiting room. Regina wants her moved on, but Von, knowing that Norma is harmless and has nowhere else to go, pleads her case. Norma stays… but the end of her day is unexpected for everyone.

Also Starring: Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Fletcher Humphrys as Alex Kearns, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade

Guest Starring: Rhonda Doyle as Noeline Simpson, Mitchell McMahon as Dean Simpson, Damien Garvey as Detective Tom Hope, Iain McGuire as Kevin Simpson, Simon Ng as Mr Wong, Helen Chebatte as Mrs Haddad, George Kanaan as Mr Haddad, Lois Ramsey as Norma Blunt, Alan Binder as Surgical Consultant, Mitchell Boyan as Russ, Amelia Buggy as Peta Cox, Rob Cook as Mikey, Leo Domingan as Anaesthetist, Paul Fenwick as Uniformed Cop, Kylee Ferguson as Scrub Nurse, Paul He as Paul Wong, Kane Ingwersen as Tony Porter, Lisa Lynch as Ambulance Officer, Craig Menaud as Davo, Lindsay Moss as Security Guard, Jason Pitton as Ben Haddad, Monique Prowse as Scout Nurse, Stephen Rosanove as David Williams, Peter Theodore as Morgue Technician, Tony Lynch as Stunt Driver

Note: Fletcher Humphrys' final episode

Meltdown

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Episode 7.16 (270)
May 25, 2004
1.29 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Peter Fisk

Terri's day starts off with Jack running his car into a wall in an attempt to get her attention and rapidly goes downhill from there. When a patient is brought in suffering flu-like symptoms, no one could foresee that the Emergency Department would soon become the centre of a radiation scare, requiring full isolation of staff.

Nelson is forced to make the decision to shut down the department, when it is brought to his attention the patient's work involves exposure to radioactive substances. An aggressive patient doesn't help, nor does the ensuing assault on Vincent who is struggling to save a young woman's life. Consequently, Charlotte who'd really rather be on her planned weekend away with a new love, is forced into performing an operation under Vincent's guidance to save a woman's leg.

Sterlo struggles through his day, drawing attention to himself through his shaky demeanour and inability to keep up with what's required while the new ambulance officer, Cate, struggles to work out why Scott is so determined to keep his distance from her. Upstairs, Frank is under the hammer, running a temporary Emergency Ward. Terri has cause to re-examine her opinion of Jack when she is witness to his caring attitude and genuine desire to be a good doctor. This leads her to an offer she never thought she'd hear herself making.

Also Starring: Katrina Campbell as Addy, Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade

Guest Starring: Angeline Neville as Michelle Pemberton, Ben Mingay as Jim Beatson, Shaun McKean as Lance Pemberton, Sophie Serafino as Cassandra Amarillo, Angus Laidlaw as Silverfish Patient

Note: Alexandra Davies' first episode as ambulance officer Cate McMasters

Into the Fire

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Episode 7.17 (271)
June 01, 2004
1.30 million viewers
Screenplay by Rick Held
Directed by Jean Pierre Mignon

Frank informs Nelson that during the chaos of the previous day, prohibited drugs have been stolen from the Emergency Department. Insinuating it was one of his nursing staff, Frank puts Nelson in charge of conducting the investigation. As the investigation unfolds, lines of loyalty are drawn, with Frank protecting Jessica and Nelson loyally defending Sterlo.

Meantime, both Terri and Charlotte are enjoying a little romance in their lives — Terri with Jack, Charlotte with Megan. However, where Charlotte and Megan are finding it all easy sailing, Terri is finding it all more complex and confronting, unable to completely let go and admit to herself what a breath of fresh air Jack is. Now that they've crossed the line and consummated their mutual attraction, Terri doesn't know where it will head, or if she wants it to go anywhere at all.

Back at the hospital, Frank has yet another major headache to deal with when a man arrives in a coma. He was attended to the previous day by Charlotte, and the man's wife's version is that Charlotte sent her husband home. Facing the possibility of yet another legal suit, Frank is furious that Charlotte won't return his phone calls. When she finally arrives for work, she stoutly defends her actions and discovers the truth.

Sterlo, meanwhile, feels the world closing in on him. When he comes across a large amount of illegal money concealed in the lining of a patient's jacket, he decides to seize his chance, takes the money, and runs. He repays his drug dealer, who backs off. But with the police now onto Sterlo — they realise he's stolen the patient's money — it's a case of out of the pan and into the fire. Nelson is devastated to realise that his loyalty to Sterlo has been so blind.

Also Starring: Katrina Campbell as Addy, Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade

Guest Starring: David Collins as Dogman, Steve McGrath as Joey Klinger, Shirley Sheppard as Dolly O'Riordan, Luke Rex as Rusty, Lucinda Armour as Nancy Poole, Edwina Bishop as Julia O'Rourke, Craig Murray as Policeman

Clean

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Episode 7.18 (272)
June 08, 2004
1.26 million viewers
Screenplay by Andrew Kelly
Directed by Catherine Roden.

Charlotte treats Georgia Price, a little girl who needs a bone marrow transplant. Ray, Georgia's father, is ignorant of the fact that he is, in fact, not her biological father. Charlotte, Nelson and Von face a difficult situation of trying to find Georgia a donor while keeping the secret from Ray.

Jack treats Josh, a ten-year-old with a mystery illness and absent parents. He and Terri still have the hots for each other and are almost sprung canoodling in the linen room.

Sterlo collapses in the street with an infection from a dirty needle. Scott and Cate bring him to hospital. Sterlo survives and decides to kick the habit. In the process, he learns who his friends are.

Sterlo's plight discomfits Nelson. It holds a mirror up to his psyche, reflecting what he left behind when he quit drinking — and what he might be going back to now that he's started again.

Cate, Scott's new partner, has trouble getting Scott to open up to her.

Also Starring: Katrina Campbell as Addy, Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Henry Nixon as Sterling McCormack, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Max Cullen as Moses

Guest Starring: Robert Carlton as Ray Price, Libby Fleming as Wendy Price, Nicholas Cassim as Larry Grisham, April Bernsdorff as Georgia Price, Evan Higgins as Josh McKinnon, David Sinclair Smith as Warren McKinnon, Caitlin Procter as Sally Weaver

Note: Henry Nixon's final appearance

Under the Skin

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Episode 7.19 (273)
June 15, 2004
1.23 million viewers
Screenplay by Lesley Lewis, Catherine Millar
Directed by Catherine Millar

When Scott and Cate are called out to a hoax hit and run, they realise that this has become a serial problem. The situation is made worse because they are held up in getting to Oliver Capstone, who has been injured in a school rugby match.

Oliver's parents, Grant and Naomi, prove to be severely agitated and stressed parents. But it is not until they spot Charlotte that the reason for their over protectiveness becomes clear. They've already lost a son. Peter, Oliver's older brother, died seven years ago in All Saints and Charlotte was the attending doctor. This problem is exacerbated by the fact that Charlotte has no recollection of treating Peter.

Scott and Cate attend another hoax callout, and this time Cate becomes extremely concerned when Scott has a reaction to a dummy hanging from a tree. Unbeknown to Cate, Scott's father hanged himself when Scott was young. Scott's behaviour worsens as he becomes obsessed with the hoaxer.

When Grant Capstone is brought back into hospital with chest pain, Jessica loses it, accusing him of faking a heart condition to regain access to the hospital. Scott allows his personal feelings to take over, is swept up in the allegation and tackles Grant over Jessica's accusation. Nelson is forced to intervene and remove Scott from the hospital.

The police arrive, alerted to Grant's apparent misuse of the ambulance service, and Jessica is extremely upset when she believes everyone thinks it was her who called them. Nelson consoles her and learns that her reaction to Grant comes from her experience in the shoot-up of Ward 17.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Max Cullen as Moses

Guest Starring: Kim Lewis as Naomi Capstone, Paul Wilson as Grant Capstone, Liam Smith as Oliver Capstone, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Jean Hadcraft as Doris Parker, Tussor Theodore as Mr Seth, Lindsay Moss as Security Guard, Lloyd Ground as Harry Galbraith, Alexander Mitchinson as Damien, Hayden Anstey as Young Scott, Emily Stewart as Harry's Mum, Amanda Graver as Naomi Stunt Double

Feet of Clay

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Episode 7.20 (274)
June 22, 2004
1.18 million viewers
Screenplay by Denise Morgan
Directed by Bill Hughes.

It is obvious that Jack is becoming bored with the stream of trauma patients coming into Emergency. So when he has the chance to show his skills at diagnosis, he becomes involved with a suspected meningitis case. It is only after the girl lapses into a coma and further tests taken that Jack realises he had made too hasty an assumption and the girl really had sepsis as the result of a root canal abscess. Although there was nothing further Jack could have done, he is humbled by the fact that he mislead the girl's fiancé and that his mistake could have had more reaching consequences.

Lucas, a PSA at the hospital, is discovered having a Grand Mal seizure. Lucas jokingly uses the hoax caller's catch cry when he thanks Cate for helping him. It is only after Cate's memory is jolted that she remembers Lucas was in her training group in the ambo service.

Scott, already driven to find the hoaxer, believes that Lucas is the guilty party. Lucas had an accident whilst training and because of a head injury he became epileptic and had to leave the Service. When Scott finds Lucas alone on the roof, within full view of the hoax call outs, he accuses him of being the hoaxer and threatens to report him but has he found the right guy?

Elsewhere, Vincent has a new intern to take care of. Grace seems to have much more doctoring experience than she should. Vincent realises that Grace, who is from an outback town, has been doing a lot more of her father's (the only doctor in town) work than she has lead him to believe.

Also Starring: Katrina Campbell as Addy, Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly

Guest Starring: Boyd Spradbury as Lucas Greiner, Shai Pittman as Michelle Collins, Alex Blias as Nick Mullins, Richard Young as Simon Holden, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Craig Menaud as Davo the Ambo, Michael Hilder as Harry, Jennifer Kontiominas as Kelly Stanton, Nastazha McKay as Tracey Coleman, Josefina Wyndham as Mrs Trent, Lisa Lynch as Ambulance Officer, Noah Fraser and Elliah Cateres as Baby Boy

Note: Kimberley Joseph's first appearance as Grace Connelly

Pecking Order

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Episode 7.21 (275)
June 29, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by John Concannon
Directed by Jean Pierre Mignon

After being struck by the ambulance, 11-year-old Callum Chifley is brought into the ED where he is found to be suffering from a brain tumour. Vincent is reminded of his place in the hospital pecking order when he tries to arrange an alternative opinion to the treatment Professor Walter-Thomas has recommended.

All Saints is also hosting an international conference, and everyone is feeling the pressure that flows down from on high. For Frank to get what he wants (flexible hours allowing him to be with his sick daughter), he'll have to toe the line set by Dr Alison Newell, but this will have ramifications for the whole department. With everyone looking scared and watching their backs, it's the patients, the very people the conference is supposed to benefit, that are going to suffer. And the one man who falls into line without question, Dennis, could well suffer the most.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Troy Planet as Dennis Poole, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly

Guest Starring: Joshua Jay as Callum Chiffey, Scott Lowe as Bob Chiffey, Maureen Green as Sally Chiffey, Peter Sommerfield as Professor Walter-Thomas, Hugo Charella as Sean Myers, Ann Sidney as Dr Samantha Levy, Maurine McNulty as Mrs Toohey, Joyce Edmonds as Shirley Blainey, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Min Windle as Callum Stunt Double, Raelene Chapman as Cate Stunt Double

Luck of the Draw

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Episode 7.22 (276)
July 06, 2004
1.34 million viewers
Screenplay by John Hugginson
Directed by Catherine Roden.

Charlotte arrives for work in tears, but it's not until much later in the day that we discover the reason for her distress. Before that, she treats a three-month-old baby who is the victim of shaken baby syndrome. The question is, who's responsible for the baby's condition? The mother, the father, or the 14-year-old stepson?

In the meantime, we discover the reason behind Charlotte's tears. She has terminated her relationship with Addy, who doesn't understand why. When Addy presses for an explanation, Charlotte explains that she wants to have a baby. She's 35, and can no longer afford to waste anymore time — her biological clock is ticking.

Elsewhere, Frank's bad mood continues to escalate, as does his poor treatment of the staff. He is particularly bloody-minded with Jack, who he believes needs to take his profession more seriously, and banishes the young resident to the Emergency waiting room for the day.

Jack is furious. He's had enough of Frank's moods, and, despite warnings from both Terri and Von to keep a low profile, he becomes involved in a full-on argument with Frank in the middle of the Emergency ward, putting on a show for patients and staff alike.

Terri tries to talk to Frank and find out what's bothering him, but Frank is having none of it and tells Terri to get lost.

Meanwhile, Cate and Scott attend a construction site where a worker has fallen down an elevator shaft.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Katrina Campbell as Addy, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly, Peter Rowsthorn as John Morton

Guest Starring: Tessa Wells as Lorrie Carter, Chris Morsley as Constable Dex Carter, Cayde Tasker as Dylan Carter, Nathan Sapsford as Zac Warner, Matt Potter as Snr Const Gary Hobbs, Anne Lucas as Carol Wong, Sara Grenfell as Marilyn Savage, Nathan Athanitis as Construction Foreman, Trevor Farruga as Constable Jones, Charles Conway as Mr Simpson, Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Alysia Hart as Female Medical Student, Jason Bell as Young Man, Kirsten Feddersen as Lorrie Stunt Double, Nigel Harbach as Scott Stunt Double, Alan Vaughan as Hobbs Stunt Double

Consequences

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Episode 7.23 (277)
Australia: July 13, 2004
1.25 million viewers
UK: April 01, 2005
Screenplay by John Banas
Directed by Catherine Millar

Yasmin Hayek, a young Muslim girl, recently came to All Saints [episode 7.12] with a bad infection as a result of an infibulation (circumcision) and begged Charlotte to perform a simple procedure to reverse the mutilation. Even though the girl was underage for the procedure to be done without parental consent, Charlotte proceeded.

Now, Yasmin is back, badly injured, and appears to have been beaten as punishment. Mrs Hayek, the girl's mother, wants to take her daughter home and deal with the situation herself, but it isn't that simple. Charlotte suspects that Yasmin's highly orthodox father is the one who's beaten her and she isn't keen to return the girl to that situation. It's not a decision she eventually has to make because Yasmin turns out to have a ruptured spleen and needs an operation.

When Mrs Hayek finds out about her daughter's deinfibulation, she collapses. She believes her daughter is ruined and it is the hospital's fault. When Yasmin further confesses to her mother that she is gay and that the bashing was a result of a lover's tiff, Mrs Hayek is thrown into despair. She appeals to Von for a solution in order to keep her family together.

Charlotte's slightly drunken announcement of her desire for a baby is somewhat premature and Addy is angry when it comes out at a dinner with Terri and Jack; and another echo of the 'happy families' scenario comes in the continuing story of Vincent and Grace's efforts to save Callum Chifley, a young country lad with a brain tumour.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Katrina Campbell as Addy, John Noble as John Madsen, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly

Guest Starring: Camilla Ah Kin as Mrs Hayek, Jenna Lind as Yasmin Hayek, Adam Hatz as Mr Hayek, Joshua Jay as Callum Chiffey, Scott Lowe as Bob Chiffey, Maureen Green as Sally Chiffey, Jason Chong as Oscar Wu, Queenie Van De Zandt as Gwynneth Carsdale, John Fraser as Reverend Dunn, Erica Lovell as Renee Polder, Trilby Beresford as Kathleen Campion, Timothy Clark as James McDonald, Robyn Moggs as MVA Patient; Lachlan, Samuel and Evan Petrou as Baby Polder; Gilliam Stathum as Mrs Hayek Stunt Double

Note: there is an erroneous credit for a "John Marsden" which should be for (and has been corrected to) John Noble who otherwise goes uncredited in his final appearance in the reoccurring role of John Madsen.

When Worlds Collide

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Episode 7.24 (278)
July 20, 2004
1.26 million viewers
UK: April 08, 2005
Screenplay by Susan Hore
Directed by .

A major multi-vehicle accident becomes a collision in which many people, all on different life trajectories, are unexpectedly brought together.

Both blame and, conversely, the triumph of human compassion and spirit are brought out in these moments. There is the question, 'Why?'. There are answers — 'Maybe fate, maybe no reason at all'. The outcomes for the patients and their families shows that just one moment in time can change the course of many lives forever.

Eleni Caridakis is on her way to a restaurant to celebrate her daughter's 16th birthday. Her life changes forever when she loses her son, Nicholas. Her husband is also seriously injured and her daughter suffers a spinal injury.

Struggling with the trauma, Von steps in and gives her the support she so desperately needs. Joe McLean, an elderly man in another vehicle, is injured in the MVA. Poor old Joe forgets to feed his cat, Edgar, and was on the way to the vet to have the cat put down when the accident happened.

Call it fate, or God's will, or luck, but Frank Campion is the doctor who arrives on the scene. On the way to work, he stops to assist and demonstrates his outstanding medical and organisational skills.

Back at All Saints, the arrival of a visiting Director of Emergency sparks interest amongst the staff and fuels the fire that Frank's head is on the chopping block. Alison Newell is making her move.

When Frank arrives with the most critically injured, he lets Newell know, in no uncertain terms, that this is no time for politics.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly

Guest Starring: Dina Gillespie as Eleni Caridakis, Sean Taylor as Dr Horace Briggs, Frank Whitten as Joe McLean, Michelle Collins as Dianne Rodernwald, PJ Williams as Pim Cooper, John Meillon jnr as Sgt Dave McCarthy, Christina Moraitis as Zoe Caridakis, Martin Shand as Stav Caridakis, Nathan Atkinson as Shane Cooper, Amelia Buggy as Peta Cox, Kay Fallico as Patient, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Jane Moss as Scout Nurse, Tai Scrivener as Matt Hartley, Robyn Worlsey as Scrub Nurse

Note: Mark Priestley's first appearance as Dan Goldman (he had a guest role in episode 4.02)

Mind over Matter

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Episode 7.25 (279)
July 27, 2004
1.16 million viewers
UK: April 15, 2005
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Scott and Cate are called by a priest to attend to a homeless man found collapsed in a church. The man, John Carpenter, also known as Moses, has wounds through both of his hands, resembling the wounds of Christ, and John becomes convinced that they were a gift from God. Jack's assertions that John wounded himself, in a fit of religious mania, put Terri offside.

While Scott and Cate are attending to John, the ambulance is broken into and equipment is stolen. Cate convinces Scott, against his better judgment, that they should go out themselves and search for their missing equipment. The priest, Father Blane, helps them in their search. But simple theft turns to a race against time when, in searching for their gear, they find that the defib has been used to tragic effect on a young street kid.

Callum Chifley is to be operated on today by esteemed neurosurgeon Oscar Wu. Vincent finds Wu's apparent reliance on good and bad omens and signs sent by the universe worrying, to say the least. When Wu's Registrar is severely injured in an accident, he asks Vincent to step in and assist. Vincent, already concerned about Wu's ability, feels that he takes too many risks in the course of removing all of Callum's brain tumour.

Jessica is attracted to Dan when he claims that he's over the whole dating scene, and is looking for something more meaningful; and Terri begins to wonder if she really wants her fling with Jack Quade to turn into a relationship.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Kimberley Joseph as Grace Connelly, Max Cullen as Moses

Guest Starring: Jason Chong as Oscar Wu, Joshua Jay as Callum Chiffey, Maureen Green as Sally Chiffey, Scott Lowe as Bob Chiffey, Graeme Rhodes as Father Michael Blane, Chris Burke as Dr Robert Hunt, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Olivia De Vere as Holly, Kerry Li as Fiona, Jet Asha as Krystal, Jade Henderson as Janey, Jacob Vanderpule as Pauly, Christy Pidgeon as Sylvia, Monique Prowse as Scrub Nurse, Kylee Ferguson as Scout Nurse

Falling From Grace

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Episode 7.26 (280)
August 03, 2004
1.18 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Vincent elects to spend the weekend with Grace at her home, partly to help, partly because of the growing feelings he has for her.

Shock number one for Vincent comes when he sees exactly what physical state Grace's father, Doc Connelly, is actually in — advanced Parkinson's with failing eyesight. Vince had no idea things were this critical and realises that Grace isn't just 'helping' but rather running the show.

A number of small hints leads Vincent to wonder if even now he has the fully story, but a night of passion spent with Grace blinds him to the reality. All he can think about are the feelings, long buried, this woman is giving rise to. Could it be that love is finally on the horizon for Vincent?

It takes a reality check from a young patient and a bit of his own investigating for Vincent to realise that Grace and her father are not the angels he perceived them to be.

Arguments and recriminations lead to disaster on the return flight and Vincent finds himself dealing with grief, yet again.

Charlotte worries that this will be the last straw for an emotionally fragile Vincent. She's sticking close to him, supporting him. But we sense Vincent has more to deal with than even she is capable of supporting him on.

Vincent is left a broken man, physically injured and emotionally distressed.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Kimberly Joseph as Grace Connelly, Ray Barrett as Doc Connelly

Guest Starring: Kevin Smith as Naraputta, Cramer Cain as Sam, Carmel Mullin as Hannah, George Mangos as Josh Martin, Kyole Dungay as Michael, Neil Phipps as Nugget, Nicole Sarkis as Joey

Note: Ray Barret's only AS appearance and his final television role. His last credit was the 2008 feature film Australia. He died in 2009 after a 54-year acting career.

Bad Seed

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Episode 7.27 (281)
August 10, 2004
1.18 million viewers
Screenplay by Rick Held
Directed by Robert Marchand

After a lengthy wait in the Emergency Department, a heavily pregnant woman, Lana, eventually leaves the hospital without having been seen by a doctor. Terri's worst fears are realised some hours later when the woman has a life-threatening eclampsic seizure in a shopping centre car park.

Scott and Cate attend the scene, and there have their first meeting with sexy off-duty ambo Nigel, whose quick thinking and cool head help avert tragedy and a confrontation with irate husband Hugh, while at the same time drawing criticism from Scott for having service equipment for his own use, clearly forbidden by protocol.

Back at the hospital, as people work frantically to stabilise Lana, Hugh blames Terri for his wife's condition. Although his accusations are false, Frank interrogates Terri and tensions mount.

When Lana goes into cardiac arrest — and the team is forced to perform emergency surgery to save both mother and child, tensions boil over and Frank is later forced to concede that he owes Terri an apology. He arrives to eat humble pie and discovers Terri and Jack in a romantic embrace that re-ignites his anger and ‘outs' the affair to Nelson.

Meanwhile, the staff are harassed by a patient who is a white supremacist. Jessica, still traumatised by the shooting, tries to put up a brave front while dealing with the man but after being cornered, is ready to strike back.

After her first fertility consultation, Charlotte decides to call off her and Addy's plans to conceive using an anonymous donor and her decision to ask Vince causes a rift in their relationship. Frank discovers Terry and Jack's relationship and is quick to lay down the law — one of them must go.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade

Special Guests: Grant Bowler as Nigel MacPherson, Katrina Campbell as Addy

Guest Starring: Edith Podesta as Lana Dawson, Socratis Otto as Hugh Dawson, Luke Ford as Ray Brandt, Peter McAllum as Dr Peel, Claire Crowther as Obstetrician, Stan Choy as Dr Yu, Sharon Hayes as Receptionist, John Merkel as Business Man, Nick Stevenson as Mobile Phone Guy, Alyssa & Sienna Broughton as Baby Ruby

Note: Edith Podesta appeared previously as Lana Dawson in episode 5.04 when her husband was played by Michael Harrop

Out of Focus

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Episode 7.28 (282)
August 31, 2004
1.10 million viewers
Screenplay by Fiona Kelly
Directed by Mark Piper.

There's a buzz around the hospital when staff arrive to find they're going to be stars for a day in a documentary piece on the hospital's Emergency Department. But after a difficult night with Kathleen, the last thing Frank needs when he arrives at work is a television camera thrust into his face. He wants the crew out of there, but Alison Newell has a very persuasive offer to make him cooperate.

Working in front of the cameras isn't all it's made out to be: the needs of patients seem to come second to those of the film crew as Jack soon discovers when he's faced with a motor vehicle accident victim who turns out to have overdosed.

Dealing with the film crew in the department and his battling with his feelings for drives Nelson to boiling point and when Jack tries to find out what Nelson's problem is, he's rewarded with a left hook to the jaw. The camera crew catches this on tape and Frank uses it to give Terri an ultimatum.

Meanwhile, a young woman diagnosed with cancer risks her health by wanting to put off surgery until she can get a doctor willing to do it on camera. Von has a visit from her niece, the daughter of a half sister she has never met, and has no intention of meeting. Cate and Scott share a moment of passion but Scott immendiately regrets it and wants to got back to just being mates.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, David Koch as Elvis

Guest Starring: Trilby Bereford as Kathleen Campion, Paula Arundell as Simone Birchley, Zoe Tucker-Smith [Zoe Tuckwell-Smith] as Ella Campbell, Jaime Mears as Kerry Lytton, Mark Fitzpatrick as Carl Mitchell, Lisa Peers as Jan Mitchell, Daniel Kellie as Luke Mitchell, Esera Poliko as Tane Alatini, Arese Poliko as Tiare Alatini, Dale Sinden as Workman, Bruce Young as Cameraman, Stephen Jackson-Vaughan as Sound Recordist

Note: Jaime Mears' first episode as Kerry Lytton, Von's niece.

Odd Couples

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Episode 7.29 (283)
August 31, 2004
1.10 million viewers
Screenplay by Sarah Walker
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Terri and Jack are on the rocks following Nelson and Frank's discovery of their affair. Jack is angry with Terri for using her work to distance herself and angry with Nelson for being the catalyst for this disaster in their relationship. Scott is shocked when he finds that Cate has requested a new partner.

When a prison van is involved in an accident, Jessica bonds with an injured nurse, bringing her into conflict with Dan who's concerned she's getting too emotionally involved with her patient, while Von nurses a murderer who must face his mortality, leading to tragic and shocking revelations for all involved.

Meanwhile, the situation between Nelson and Jack heats up when Frank informs Nelson that his altercation with Jack in the car park has been reported to Human Resources and that Jack has been called in for an interview — Nelson's position is clearly under threat. When he resigns as NUM, Terri is offered the position.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Grant Bowler as Nigel MacPherson, Katrina Campbell as Addy [uncredited]

Guest Starring: Roy Billing as Murray Blackwood, Shane McNamara as Mr Cook, Ron Hackett as George Gladstone, Janice Preston as Lucy Bath, Leila Cusack as Heather McGill, Craig Menaud as Davo the Ambo, Tony Harrison as Barney

Benefit of the Doubt

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Episode 7.30 (284)
September 07, 2004
1.22 million viewers
Screenplay by David Hannam, Sarah Walker
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

Terri's relationship with Jack looks too broken to fix as she takes over from Nelson as Director of Nursing in the Emergency Department.

When Jack intervenes on Jessica's behalf when she has a minor dispute with Terri, Terri resents his interference in the workplace and the end of the relationship looms large.

Regina is finding it difficult to cope with the new pressures she faces in the Emergency Department. When a patient dies and she hasn't been able to provide an interpreter or medical files, Terri is forced to make a tough choice about Regina's future in the Emergency Department.

Von is annoyed when her sister Anne is brought in by her daughter Kerry. Von believes it's all a trick to have the sisters finally meet but Anne is very sick, fighting an overwhelming infection on top of her losing battle with cancer.

Elsewhere, Scott reports Mac for breaking protocol and earns the displeasure of his fellow ambos after Mac heroically saves a worker with severe burns.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Grant Bowler as Nigel MacPherson, Roy Billing as Murray Blackwood, Katrina Campbell as Addy, Elspeth Ballantyne as Anne Lytton

Guest Starring: Jaime Mears as Kerry Lytton, Coralie Bywater as Chris Carter, Alex Toohey as Geoff Carter, Mark Nichols as Jerry Turnstall, Nathaniel Currie as Keith Rodgers, Adam Harper as Colin Ferry, Wayne Haywood as Chief Fire Officer, Katya Mardin as Russian Interpreter, Irina Spinadel as Olga Vasilev, Dean Gould as Stunt Performer, Chris Mitchell as Stunt Performer, Mark Duncan as Stunt Performer

Don't Look Back

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Episode 7.31 (285)
September 14, 2004
1.15 million viewers
Screenplay by Sue Hore
Directed by Bill Hughes.

A reckless moment between Charlotte and Jack forces them to face how much they stand to lose if their secret ever gets out. Conflict returns between Frank and Vincent over a pregnant Down's Syndrome girl. Frank's personal life influences Von to make a life altering decision and put her family first. Jack tries to win Terri back by using a young car crash patient's relationship with his older wife as his inspiration.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Wil Traval as Jack Quade, Grant Bowler as Nigel MacPherson

Guest Starring: Roy Billing as Murray Blackwood, Elspeth Ballantyne as Anne Lytton, Tracie Sammut as Barbara Woods, Leslie Dayman as Viv Woods, Trilby Bereford as Kathleen Campion, Gennie Nevinson as Fiona Thorne, Rodney Burrell as Michael Thorne, Rebekah Foord as Christine Ames, Samuel King as Toby Richards, Jane McGeorge as Sonographer, Beejan Olfat as Tom Hudson, Melissa Rudd as Mandy Richards, Capkin Van Alphen as Shane Moran

Notes: guest star Gennie Nevinson appeared in series 1-3 as the mother of nurse Jared Levine (Ben Tari).

Karma

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Episode 7.32 (286)
September 21, 2004
1.11 million viewers
Screenplay by John Hugginson
Directed by Mark Piper.

Nelson inadvertently drinks alcohol while attending Scott's farewell bash when Dan has a double shot of vodka added to his OJ). Next thing he knows, he wakes up in his flat the next morning with a screaming hangover and no recollection of what he did the night before.

Sherry Deaver, is brought into Emergency, the victim of a bashing and possibly raped as well. Dan tells Nelson that he saw him leave the pub with Sherry but Nelson doesn't remember a thing. When the police become involved, Nelson is unable to explain his movements of the night before except to say he believes Sherry and he were together in his flat. Nelson becomes suspect number one. People start looking at him sideways, all except Terri, who stands by him without question.

Elsewhere, Cate finds out that Scott has resigned from the Ambulance Service. She has mixed feelings about it and soon realises she's not sure how she feels about Scott. For a while there, she thought she and Scott had something special, but now she's not so sure.

The answer to her question comes in the form of two patients in their 70s, Neville and Gladys Baines. Through them, Cate discovers whatever it was she felt for Scott it wasn't enduring love. And it allows Cate and Scott to make peace before he goes.

Vincent continues to wonder what the point to everything is now that Grace is dead. He is reluctantly forced to take on a new Intern, Maggie West, and due to his lack of enthusiasm for life in general and Interns in particular, he treats her like crap.

She complains but Frank shrewdly decides not to carpet a fragile Vincent. It makes Vincent realise that sooner or later, he's going to have to pick up the pieces and move on — without Grace.

Also Starring: Alexandra Davies as Cate McMasters, Mark Priestley as Dan Goldman, Natalie Saleeba as Jessica Singleton, Will Traval as Jack Quade, Grant Bowler as Nigel MacPherson

Guest Starring: Gerard Kennedy as Neville West, Hollie Andrew as Maggie West, John Meillon Jnr as Sgt Dave McCarthy, Kimberley Hews as Sherry Deaver, Patsy Clayton-Fry as Noeline Baines, Anthony Burke as Barry Williams, Chris Drake as Steve Mitchell, Ingrid Faucher as Barmaid, Lloyd Spencer as Staff Member, Selina Muller as Ward Clerk

Note: Conrad Coleby's final episode

Panic Stations

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Episode 7.33 (287)
September 28, 2004
1.13 million viewers
Screenplay by Kelly Lefever
Directed by Jean-Pierre Mignon

Havoc breaks loose as victims of a rural cyanide spill descend on All Saints. Worried people come out of the woodwork and it's hard to tell who the real patients are and who is merely panicking. When the media picks up on the story, All Saints becomes a mad house and there's barely a free moment for anyone.

Charlotte has good reason to feel anxious — she's pregnant! Jack is the father and it complicates her work relationships with both him and Terri. Her fears about motherhood are about to be compounded when a seemingly neurotic patient, Tracey Middleton, reveals her professional life was ruined when her children arrived. Charlotte starts to lose patience with Tracey, who has a needle-phobia, but Tracey insists something's wrong. Eventually, Charlotte sees beyond Tracey's needle-phobia and diagnoses her with long standing post-natal depression.

Jessica and Dan's relationship hits another brick wall when Jessica suspects Dan may have told Vincent about her anxiety issues. Vincent is distracted as he tries to save the life of an elderly woman, but runs in to conflict with Frank.

Mac is worried about his upcoming evening with his prospective in-laws. He has to buy a significant present or forever be seen as the 'cheap son-in-law'. Unfortunately a busy day's work prevents him from shopping. Thankfully Cate comes to the rescue with a present of two theatre tickets.

Starring: Georgie Parker, John Howard, Alexandra Davies, Christopher Gabardi, Tammy Macintosh, Judith Mcgrath, Mark Priestley, Paul Tassone, Wil Traval

Also Starring: Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson

Guest Starring: Amanda Crompton as Tracey Middleton, Bryan Marshall as Miles Gordon, Maggie Brown as Deidre Gordon, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Liam Simbolon as Cameron, Margaret Morrison as Mrs Patton, Shawn Corbett as Policeman, Charlie Fraser as Robbie, Sam Fraser as Brett, Marcia Neal as Elderly Woman, Andrew Bowden as Builder

Note: Alexandra Davies, Mark Priestley, Natalie Saleeba and Wil Traval are elevated into the opening credits

Three Strikes

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Episode 7.34 (288)
October 05, 2004
1.36 million viewers
Screenplay by Charlie Strachan
Directed by Chris Martin-Jones

While Jack tries to mend his broken relationship with Terri, Charlotte still hasn't told him she's pregnant with his baby after their one-night-stand. Her career is also in turmoil when Frank makes it clear she hasn't shown enough interest in the Emergency Department and wants her to move on. She resigns and finds consolation in her ex-husband Dr Vincent Hughes.

Later that day Frank finds Charlotte's resignation and hears about a patient she saved. Having second thoughts he goes to her house and asks her to reconsider her position in the Emergency Department.

Although shocked about the baby, Vincent is a pillar of support and convinces her to apply for the Emergency Fellowship Training position despite all her doubts. He then surprises her with a touching toast to her new life.

Meanwhile, Dan becomes over-involved when a young self-mutilator is admitted to Emergency. When he takes things too far, the psychiatrist insists Dan has no further contact with the patient's family.

Dan reveals to Jessica his brother was target of an obsessive and ended up paralysed after being shot by a crossbow, hence his passion for ensuring people with mental disorders receive early treatment. Seeing him in a new light, Jessica suddenly finds Dan far more interesting.

Also, Terri reinstates Regina as Ward Clerk after her unfair dismissal claim causes Terri to realise she took the wrong course of action in dismissing her.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson

Guest Starring: Chris Burke as Robert Hunt, Jennifer Parsonage as Corinne Farmer, Barry Pearce as Dave Farmer, Barry Shepherd as Tom Fuller, Walter Grkovic as Craig Patterson, Duncan Young as Ben Telford, Nick Lines as Jogger, Jeanne Mann as Ruth Taylor

Out on a Limb

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Episode 7.35 (289)
October 12, 2004
1.21 million viewers
Screenplay by Sally Webb
Directed by Shawn Seet.

On the road, Cate and Mac are called to attend a young sex worker what has been severely bashed at a brothel. Cate is profoundly disturbed when she sees a young girl in a room with a man. She reports it to the police who are unable to do anything without evidence, so Cate drags Mac long to investigate the young girl herself.

When the passengers and crew of a cruise liner fall ill with suspected food poisoning, Frank volunteers Jack and Terri to go down to the ship and help assess the medical condition of those affected. Terri's impressed with the way Jack takes control of the situation, but things soon sour. When Jack realizes one of his patients has a child illegally stowed away on the ship he asks Terri to smuggle the child away from the dock and back to the hospital. Terri reluctantly does so, but if she gets caught her job will be in jeopardy.

Amongst the chaos of the Emergency Department a new face returns. Andrea Stuart, All Saints Public Relations staffer, is greeted warmly by Terri after a three-year absence.

In an effort to help bring him back into the team, Terri appoints Nelson as Staff Educator. Embracing his role a little too zealously, Nelson soon alienates Dan and Jessica and finds himself on the warpath with Frank.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson

Guest Starring: Melissa Tkautz as Andrea Stuart, Nicholas Papademetriou as Dr Mark Kendrick, Sherly Sulaiman as Brasilca, Nathy Gaffney as Leanne Watson, Curtis Oakes as Lewis Dark, Domenic Nasso as Zach Thomas, Damien Garvey as Detective Hope, Mia Wasikowska as Lily Watson, Rhiana Griffith as Cindy, Ashley Paske as Tony Coburn, Phillip King as Kerson, Anita Lee as Sharifah, Gary Henderson as Mike Woods, Daisy Tester as Tamara, Neville Davis as Brothel Customer

Note: Mia Wasikowska's first acting role, she returns in 8.03

The Extra Mile

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Episode 7.36 (290)
October 19, 2004
1.18 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Peter Fisk.

Charlotte, nervously awaiting her interview for the Emergency Training Fellowship, finds herself caught up with a complicated hypothermia patient. Determined to do whatever she can to give the man the best chance of survival, she misses her interview with the hospital board. Feeling sure she has missed her opportunity, she's stunned to discover Frank has gone to bat for her, organising a second scheduled interview. Charlotte is further shocked when Frank engineers the way for her to do well in the interview.

Meanwhile, Vincent continues to be oblivious to the romantic attention of nurse Jessica. However, the situation becomes complicated when Jessica collapses with acute appendicitis. Despite being off-duty, Vincent decides to do the surgery himself therefore unwittingly reinforcing Jess's romantic inclinations. On learning that Jess has feelings towards him, Vincent slams the shutters shut much to the bewilderment of Jessica.

Nelson and Terri are concerned about Dan's glib attitude to his job, but Dan steps up to the job and proves his worth. Nelson, as Nurse Educator, puts the pressure on Dan to perform well in Triage, and Dan responds by proving his clinical skills are outstanding when a triage patient is diagnosed with a rare condition.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Liz Alexander as Dr Alison Newell, Helen Dallimore as Loretta Giorgio

Guest Starring: Duncan Young as Ben Telford, Gezelle Byrnes as Phoebe McCarthy, Fiona Jurd as Tiffany Hazell, Troy Carlson as Bill Olsen, George Mangos as Rescue Medical Officer, Paul Holmes as Dr Atwell, Lindsay McCormack as Mike Denman, Ian Moggs as Donald McCarthy, Anthony Pace as Dr Fenely

Note: the story of Phoebe McCarthy (Gezelle Byrnes) is revisited in episode 8.18

On the Brink

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Episode 7.37 (291)
October 26, 2004
1.17 million viewers
Screenplay by Louise Crane-Bowes
Directed by Tony Tilse.

Cate and Mac bring April, a frightened young girl who's been shot by her boyfriend Phil, into Emergency. Vincent wins April's trust and encourages to report Phil to the police.

Back out on the road and responding to another call-out, Cate and Mac find themselves in a suburban drug lab where Phil's partner, Jason, has been shot by him in a jealous drug-fuelled rage. As the police close in, Phil takes Cate and Mac hostage, using their ambulance as a getaway vehicle.

Phil becomes increasingly unbalanced and dangerous, first finishing off the critically-wounded Jason and then running over Mac. When he realises his cash has been stolen by April, he turns his woman-hating rage to Cate and puts a gun to her head.

At the hospital, Von returns to work after several weeks away nursing her terminally ill sister. The experience has left Von questioning her own life and resenting her chosen career. Shutting Terri out and unsettling Frank, Von begins to draw strict boundaries which come across as an uncharacteristic work-to-rule attitude.

Vincent is also beginning to question personal issues in his life and is left feeling that the opposite sex is simply too complicated. At a bar, drinking alone, he is approached by a seductive and liberated woman who offers him a no-strings attached, one night stand.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson

Guest Starring: Emma Lung as April Sutton, Brendan Donoghue as Phillip Gascoyne, Vanessa Gray as Gillian Muir, Stelios Yiakmis as Det Sgt Daniel De Santo, Bogdan Koca as Sam Rutkowski, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Leanne Brockenshire as Debra Whitehead, Jason Bell as Jason Saunders, Peter Fenwick as Detective O'Neill, Mark Morellini as PSA

The Last Resort

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Episode 7.38 (292)
November 02, 2004
1.28 million viewers
Screenplay by Lesley Lewis
Directed by Catherine Millar

It's been a week since the chemistry between Cate and Mac and still neither of them is willing to admit to their feelings for each other. A call out to a serious car accident serves as a welcome distraction, but Cate is shocked when they arrive at the scene — a pole has plunged through the windscreen of a car, impaling its male passenger through the chest and continuing into the back seat spearing a petrol container. The female driver beside him is in shock with broken legs. Amazingly, both are conscious and alert.

Vincent becomes the centre of attention when he arrives at the chaotic scene wearing the same clothes as the day before. He rapidly realises the only way to free the impaled man is to cut him off the pole. Cate is aghast at this unorthodox approach and points out to Vincent not only the risks to the passenger's life but also to Vincent's career if he dies.

Meanwhile, Terri and Jack must deal with an aggressive and confused patient brought into the ED by the police, kicking and screaming. Terri watches Jack face the difficult task of breaking to the man's wife that he has Frontotemporal Dementia and is overcome by Jack's compassion and sensitivity.

When Terri compliments Jack he reminds her that the last time she complimented him they wound up in a taxi back to her place and he's not interested in a repeat performance. Is this the response she was really hoping for?

Charlotte is kicked in the stomach by a patient of Jack's, causing her to fear she may lose the baby. With Vincent unavailable she confides in Nelson who covers for her while she waits nervously news about the unborn baby.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPhersonn

Guest Starring: Bree Walters as Trish Eagles, Gyton Grantley as Andy Patton, Darren Coggan as Bradley Marks, Mel Rogan as Alicia Marks, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Tim Elston as Roger, Don Sweetman as Karl White, Graham Gee as Harry Shearer

Cries for Help

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Episode 7.39 (293)
November 09, 2004
1.42 million viewers
Screenplay by Sean Nash
Directed by Shawn Seet.

Although neither will confess to the other, Terri and Jack are struggling with second thoughts about having ended their relationship. When after-work drinks leads to a romantic dinner, it seems they may reignite the flame.

The sexual secrets of the Emergency Department are highlighted when Jack treats a patient who, embarrassed by his condition, conceals his true identity. The consequences are catastrophic and the patient nearly dies as a result.

When Charlotte sees Jack's frustration at the extent to which his patient hid the truth, she realizes it's time she told Jack the truth about the father of her baby.

Vincent, living a secret personal life of his own, is touched by the agony of his patient who, after catching her boyfriend with another woman, badly injures herself in a car crash. When neither an Orthopod nor a theatre is available to him, Vincent flies in the face of surgical convention and elects to treat her in the ED. The procedure goes horribly wrong and Vincent is left questioning his decisions.

Finally Jessica corners Vincent about his continual cool treatment of her since he operated on her appendix and hears some things she didn't want to.

Charlotte and Von treat a baffling case when a distressed mother brings in her teenage son who is continually fighting at school. At first Von is hostile towards him but as the truth finally comes out, it's something neither Von nor Charlotte could have anticipated. The sad situation triggers Von to finally release the grief she's been suppressing over her sister's death.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson

Guest Starring: Sarah Chadwick as Karen Stoner, Kain O'Keeffe as Jamie Stoner, Paul Gleeson as Graham Abbott, Lizzie Mitchell as Nicky Ellwood, David Baldwin as Dr Rodney Rickards, Rebecca Massey as Jodie Abbott, Beth Howard as Woman

The Season to be Jolly

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Episode 7.40 (294)
November 16, 2004
1.18 million viewers
Screenplay by Sarah Walker
Directed by Catherine Roden.

Jack is ecstatic about the rekindling of his relationship with Terri but its future looks doomed when Charlotte finally delivers the news he's the father of her baby. Overwhelmed at first, Jack refuses to accept any responsibility for Charlotte's situation but soon realizes he can't turn his back on his unborn child. His problem is how to break the news to Terri.

Sex is getting Dan into trouble, too. His casual relationship with specialist Dr Loretta Georgio comes back to bite him when he prevents Jessica from making a serious medical mistake. When Dan learns it's not the first time Loretta has been negligent he's torn between his ethical responsibility and the relationship.

Mac stuns Cate with the revelation he cannot stop thinking about her. Unable to deal with the enormous implications of his admission, Cate reacts badly and escapes without addressing the situation.

Christmas infiltrates All Saints Emergency Department with an unfortunate tragedy — a serious accident involving a group of kids with cancer on their way to a Christmas party. Frank is particularly challenged when one of the children, a boy suffering severe head injuries, can't be stabilised.

The boy is losing his battle with cancer but his mother will not allow them to cease resuscitation attempts. Acutely aware of the Christmas season, Frank finds himself in the unenviable position of convincing the woman into letting her son go.

Feeling the lack of Christmas spirit in the ED, Regina calls in the big guns in the form of a man in a red suit and a bag of presents. Santa seems strangely familiar to the staff and they're shocked to find it is their glorious leader who is behind the “ho, ho, hos”.

Also Starring: Celia Ireland as Regina Butcher, Grant Bowler as Nigel "Mac" MacPherson, Helen Dallimore as Loretta Giorgia

Guest Starring: Claire Jones as Vera Wallis, Keeara Byrnes as Tara Thorpe, Tim McGarry as Boyd Thorpe, Sebastian Goldspink as Johnno the Ambo, Monique Dykstra as Denise Spacell, Kyle McLeavy as Freddie Wallis, Peter Liang as Benjamin, Clancy Ryan as Sally



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