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R vs Marx 

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | Episode aired 20 July 2011
Cleaver and Barney attempt to badly defend Lucy Marx so that she may go to prison for jury tampering after her daughter is found guilty of murder.

Director:

Peter Duncan

Writers:

Peter Duncan, Peter Duncan (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Roxburgh ... Cleaver Greene
Matt Day ... David Potter
Adrienne Pickering ... Melissa Partridge
Russell Dykstra ... Barney Meagher
Danielle Cormack ... Scarlet Meagher
Caroline Brazier ... Wendy Greene
Lisa McCune ... Lucy Marx
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kate Box ... Nicole
Richard Carter ... Mick Corella
Zoe Coyle ... Jan
Tanya Goldberg Tanya Goldberg ... Leanne
Ryan Johnson ... Marty
Keegan Joyce ... Fuzz Greene
Lachlan Judd Lachlan Judd ... Adam Meagher
Steve Le Marquand ... Col Mancusi

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Storyline

Cleaver's gambling debts are mounting, but on the upside, and much to the chagrin of tax lawyer David Potter who's been in constant pursuit, Cleaver has managed to get the case against him adjourned once again. But trouble is brewing with Barney and Scarlet's marriage and Cleaver is the meat in the sandwich. After their recent heart-to-heart, Scarlet turns up at Cleaver's flat hinting at an affair, and hiding when Barney arrives a few minutes later. Meanwhile, Cleaver and Barney take on a case of jury tampering, where Lucy Marx, an attractive 38-year-old - a detail that doesn't go unnoticed by Cleaver - has made headlines by seducing a juror for information after her daughter is found guilty of murder. But Cleaver is left reeling when 'Missy' turns up at a restaurant on the arm of his nemesis David Potter, who a few days later makes headlines when he tackles a gunman, gets shot, and becomes a 'hero'. Meanwhile, Cleaver reluctantly agrees to let his son Fuzz use his flat for ...

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Quotes

Cleaver Greene: She's like a mixture of Mandela, and Gandhi, and Mother Teresa all rolled into one.
Fuzz Greene: Awh, yuck!
Cleaver Greene: But hot... Hawt!
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Open season on McCune's boobs.
5 July 2018 | by travinorbit-72734See all my reviews

I've only just started watching this show, and so far it seems to be generally quite entertaining. But Lisa McCune's boobs reappear a startling and unnecessary amount of times in this episode. It begins to seem a bit ridiculous. I don't have a problem with Lisa McCune's boobs, or anyone else's body parts on the show, I just thought it was noteworthy in an oddly distracting kind of way. As though it was written into her contract that she had to flash them any time it was moderately relevant for her boobs to be there. Not that it should be noteworthy, her being topless, when guys are topless on TV all the time. I don't know what I'm saying anymore...


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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