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City Homicide is an Australian television drama series that premiered on Seven Network on 27 August 2007. The series is set on the Homicide floor of a metropolitan police headquarters in Melbourne, Victoria. The main characters are five detectives, who solve the murder cases, and their two superior officers.
Last Updated: 8 Oct, 2010
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||City Homicide - S04E(1-2)(Double Episode) - Aussie, Aussie, Aussie (Aired: 2010-07-14) |
In a gripping two-hour murder mystery, a routine homicide investigation for the crew turns into a defence of one of their own, when Det. Simon Joyner is put in the frame for murder. A suburban drive-by shooting leads the detectives into the midst of a race war between a collection of rival activist groups. The suspect in an unsolved missing-child case comes to Nick when she finds herself being harrassed by the child's mother.
||City Homicide - S04E03 - Flight Risk (Aired: 2010-07-21) |
A young business woman is brutally raped and murdered in her own home. The prime suspect has a rock solid alibi and will leave the country in 48 hours never to return. Will DSS Claudia Leigh's psychological approach force him to come clean? Or will her mind games backfire in a way she never imagined?
||City Homicide - S04E04 - Protection (Aired: 2010-07-28) |
When two bodyguards fail to protect their charge the consequences are fatal. A double homicide, bringing down both the target and one of his protectors. The team must work fast before the remaining bodyguard takes the law into his own hands.
Double-crossing criminals, South American coffee, the Witness Protection Program... and Superintendent Gary Beck. What's the connection? Finding the link is the only chance Homicide will have to solve this crime. But do they have enough information or is the killer's misdirection sending them on the wrong track?
||City Homicide - S04E05 - Ratters (Aired: 2010-08-04) |
The shocking death of coroner's driver Corey Mayer is compounded by the theft of the body he was transporting. Was his murder just collateral damage or was he the intended target?
Motives are plentiful. Did a nursing home steal a body to cover-up the neglect of its patients? Could the body have been taken as part of a black market organ-trading ring? Or was Corey's vicious killing a direct consequence of his gambling debt — and the shameful crimes he committed to pay it off?
The strict rules at the Morgue should prevent any tampering with the bodies. But Homicide have seen enough horror to know that people will do anything if the price is high enough. Nick Buchanan's natural scepticism means he refuses to accept evidence at face value and so he and Jennifer Mapplethorpe must bend the rules to pursue an unlikely killer.
||City Homicide - S04E09 - The Hit (Aired: 2010-09-01) |
Disgraced former cop Gary Beck is shot dead at his mother's funeral, and Superintendent Terry Jarvis was there to watch it in living colour. To solve this case Duncan will have to work closely with Jarvis, but past antagonisms may compromise Jarvis' safety and Duncan's place in Homicide.
||City Homicide - S04E10 - Just Desserts (Aired: 2010-09-08) |
To be a talented head chef is to be a modern celebrity. Everyone wants to be you, wants to love you, wants to kill you. When a famous head chef gets the chop, Homicide is faced with his melted corpse and a smorgasbord of suspects. This was not murder in cold blood. It was an angry, passionate, hate-fueled act. This murderer knew their victim. But that doesn't narrow down the suspect pool; this star chef had a queue of people eager to take him down.
||City Homicide - S04E11 - Pirates (Aired: 2010-09-15) |
Pirating DVDs isn't hurting anyone, right? Try telling that to the private detective murdered to stop him investigating a piracy ring. Using teenagers to sell the product keeps the kingpins of the trade well sheltered from the cops. Pulling the wool over their parents' eyes is one thing, but will these kids run into trouble trying to protect their bosses in the face of a murder investigation? Jennifer becomes close to two boys who've been making some extra cash by selling the latest releases. Can she keep them safe long enough to catch a killer?
||City Homicide - S04E12 - Tomato Can (Aired: 2010-09-22) |
A K.O. turns into a D.O.A when up-and-coming boxer Curtis 'The Kid' Conlon suffers a blow in the ring that sends him to his death. Everyone wanted a chunk of The Kid's potential, so who would kill the golden goose? The team will have to adjust as a new Sergeant walks into Homicide. But this superior officer is no stranger to them. Matt Ryan has just gone up a step on the police ladder. His appointment is set to change the relationship between long-standing colleagues and mates.
||City Homicide - S04E13 - Once Bitten (Aired: 2010-09-29) |
In the right place at the right time? Maybe not. Off duty, Rhys Levitt is a witness to a robbery and chases after one of the fleeing suspects. Things turn nasty when Rhys is attacked and bitten by the young thug. This slip-up could cost Rhys his career and maybe even his life.
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||City Homicide - S04E14 - Twilight Zone (Aired: 2010-10-06) |
Welcome to Beaconslea Retirement Home where residents can enjoy their twilight years in restful harmony. Or at least that's what the brochures would have you believe. The reality is far different — as demonstrated by the callous murder of one of their residents: tossed down a flight of stairs and kicked to death. To the surprise of our crew, this retirement home is anything but retiring, with sexual trysts, sworn enemies and family feuds creating multiple motivations for the brutal murder of a resident. While Matt is familiar with the realities of elderly living via his father, this is Allie's first glimpse of a depressing future. But will her connection to one of the residents soften her stance? Meanwhile, Jennifer and Nick are forced to deal with an unexpected reminder of their secret past.