The Alice (2005–2006): Season 1, Episode 1 - Episode #1.1 - full transcript

Helen returns to The Alice to face the coroner's inquest into the death of her husband Connor at Rainbow Valley. Her dead best friend Patrick is by her side as always but she's not letting on - everyone already thinks she's crazy.

[music playing]

JACK JAFFERS: Alice Springs.

The center of Australia.

The locals will tell youit's the center of the world.

But it's not just the
red desert at dawn that

brought the rest of us here.

Matt, well he came here
searching for adventure.

ELLIE DELANEY: You headingto Alice for the eclipse?

MATT MARIONE: No, I'm
going straight through.

All the way to Darwin.

ELLIE DELANEY: You
don't even have to move.



The train does it for us.

JACK JAFFERS: And along withit, he found a weird plant.

MATT MARIONE: Never
seen anything like this.

What is it?

Medicine.

Stop.

JACK JAFFERS: Ah, some sillyidiot snuck off The Ghan

in the middle of the desert.

HUGH DELANEY: What
are you doing here?

Picking up mom.

She's back?
She's on the train?

JACK JAFFERS:
Ellie had gone away

because her husband, the localcopper, had cheated on her.

But then Matt moved
in with Ellie's son.



And, well, it all gotvery complicated for them.

I was depressed the
whole time you were

gone thinking about what I did.

JACK JAFFERS: Shit.

Oh, Jesus.

Ah, man.

That's it.

I'm going.

Me, I'm Jack Jaffers.

I came here on the run as well.

And Helen, she came herewith her idiot of a husband.

What's he doing?

HELEN GREGORY: He's going torun up Uluru during the eclipse.

CONNOR GREGORY: Wholeworld will hear about me.

PATRICK: He's a vain,
piece of shit pelican.

JACK JAFFERS: She also camewith her friend, Patrick.

And he might be a ghost.

CONNOR GREGORY: I'll tellyou where I want you.

Up there on the
crest waiting for me.

PATRICK: Don't worry.

We'll end it.

We'll end it in the dark.

HUGH DELANEY: This
is not your fault.

HELEN GREGORY: Yes, it is.

I wanted him dead.

PATRICK: No, don't say that.

You didn't push him.

I did.

JACK JAFFERS: Don't be scared.

This will all work out.

HELEN GREGORY: So
I talked to pat.

Talked to a dead man.

You have to go.

For good?

I love you.

JACK JAFFERS: Helen
left the Alice,

but she's coming
back for the inquest.

I'm looking forward to that.

See you again.

I hope so.

You can talk to
her about Heaven.

She's Heaven's kid.

Talk to Jess.

JACK JAFFERS: Then I met adaughter I never knew I had.

The only problem is, I haven'thad the guts to tell her yet.

[music playing]

[birds chirping]

Come on.
Hup.

Come on.
Come on.

Hup, hup, hup.

Come boy.

[dog barking]

Today's the day, mate.

Today, I tell her.

Yep.

[MUSIC - STEPHE, "THE ALICE - OPENING CREDITS"]

[SINGING] Take me to thatopen, silent space where

the earth breathes your name.

Leave me underneath
the starlight sky where

all our troubles fade away.

Hold me know as
the golden sunlight

warms across your face.

La, la, la.

So why'd you put
this up here for?

Mike, it's all good.

I know what I'm doing.

And this needs
tightening as well.

Michael, will you--
will you just leave it.

It'll be fine.

MICHAEL ANDERSON: I'm driving.

TOBY DELANEY: Suit yourself.

Guys, you're losing your box.

Hey.

MICHAEL ANDERSON:
What's she saying?

Shit.

Stop.

Good day, gorgeous.MICHAEL ANDERSON: Hey, Jess.

JESS DAILY: Hi.

You guys have got
stuff all up there.

[laughs]

You still with dorky dazza?

JESS DAILY: Shut up.

He's nice.

There's your
problem right there.

What?

He's nice.

That chair is stuffed.

Why are you so interestedin my boyfriend anyway?

I'm not.

Tell you what.

You can-- you can ask
me anything about him.

Anything.

No, thanks.

See you, boys.

Come on.

You could give us a hand.

JESS DAILY: An office in a pub.

Clever, huh?

And it's not a pub, it's a bar.

What's the difference?

A bar's got class, and weget the first month rent free.

Rusty.

[whistles] Nothing
like a Cherokee,

dust bath to keep you focused.

Come on, mate.
In the back.

In the back.

[camel noise]

Hey, little fella.

Where's your mom?

[camel noise]

It's all right.

We'll look after you.

Come on, mate.

Get around behind.

Stay.

Come on, mate.

Come on.

Come on, little fella.
Easy.

Easy.

Easy.

All right.

That's all right.

I'm not going to hurt you buddy.It's all right.

Come on.
Come on.

ELLIE DELANEY: The town wasserviced by camel trains,

and you can still find wildcamels all over the place.

In 1929, the
population grew rapidly

when the rail line from
Adelaide was built.

But before that, theArrernte people had lived

here for over 20,000 years.

This is Anzac Hill.

From up here we have 360degree views of the town,

so it's a good place to start.

Welcome to Alice Springs.

TOURIST: Excuse me, is that--

is that natural
or is it man made?

ELLIE DELANEY: Oh,
that's natural.

HUGH DELANEY: Well, won'tyou just think about it?

ELLIE DELANEY: No, I won't.

You know, if we're split
up, we're split up.

HUGH DELANEY: Well,
I've already accepted.

I said we'd be there.

Hugh, there is no we anymore.

You're going to
have to face that.

Ellie, OK, look.

I made a mistake.

ELLIE DELANEY: [laughs] Please.A mistake.

You kidding me?

Magda [inaudible]
She's hardly a mistake.

HUGH DELANEY: We were
just good workmates.

She kept listening to me.

She was always
very professional.

Always serious, and then she--

ELLIE DELANEY: What?

She jumped you?

I've seen her Hugh.

She's pretty.

Matt.

Good day, mate.
- Hi.

Ah, Ellie.

You know Matt, don't you?

Yes, sorry.

HUGH DELANEY: He's
staying at Toby's.

ELLIE DELANEY: How are you?

Good, thanks.

Um, I've got to go.

Well, I'll see you later.

MATT MARIONE: Yeah, I'llsee you later Mr. Delaney.

ELLIE DELANEY: OK, wallaby.

ALL: Wallaby.

ELLIE DELANEY: All right,I'll meet you back at the bus.

So you going to see him?

Who?

PATRICK: Are you going tosee if Jack's still here?

HELEN GREGORY:
Jack won't be here.

What am I doing talking to you?

You don't exist.

How cool is this?

While we're working if we getthirsty we can have a coffee.

Or a beer.

Exactly.

Working, hanging
out in a pub all day.

- Hey, it's a bar.
- Where's Jack?

He's hopeless.

I'm going to
keep on unpacking.

JACK JAFFERS: Good day.

Good day.

TOBY DELANEY: Mike,
can you give me a hand?

MICHAEL ANDERSON: All
right, I'm coming.

Hi, mom.

Yeah.

MICHAEL ANDERSON:
What happened to you?

I tried to catch a camel.

They don't live
underground, mate.

Yeah, it lost
it's mom, I think.

Fast little bugger
got away, hey.

We'll see you later, Jack.

What about my locks?

Tomorrow, mate.

TOBY DELANEY: Mike,
will you give me a hand?

How are you, Jack?

JACK JAFFERS: Yeah.

JESS DAILY: Yeah, I can
give you her number.

4, 8, 9, double 7.

No, mom.

You can't dial it
while I'm on the phone.

No, no.

I'll call you back later, OK?

And I'll give it to you then.

OK.

You OK?

JESS DAILY: Yeah, just my mom.

Sometimes she doesn't even knowwho I am when I talk to her.

That's tough.

JESS DAILY: Yeah,
she's going crazy.

My dad is crazy.

What does that say about me?

Who's your dad?

JESS DAILY: Kirk
from the junkyard.

You don't look like him.

Yeah, that's what mom says.

I think I've got his eyes.

No, no way.

Kirk's got that-- yeah.

It's not you.

You've got beautiful eyes.

Thanks I guess.

So what do you reckon?

It's great.

It really is.

Well, stick around kid.

I got big plans.

Where you going?

Part of the plan.

Hey.

You still remember me, mate.

Hey, remember me too?

JACK JAFFERS: He
remembers you all right.

You're back.

You're still here.

JACK JAFFERS: Yeah.

You're not staying
here, are you?

Yeah, I am.

JACK JAFFERS: Well, I knowpeople like this place

but, between you and
me, it's gone right off.

No style, no room
service, no views.

It's haunted.

It's haunted?

Haunted?

Let's get out of here.

Yeah.

Do you know anywhere better?

JACK JAFFERS: As a
matter of fact I do.

Just come with me.

I've got something to show you.

Wow

You can say that again.

We're now officially broke.

PAINTER: What?

JACK JAFFERS: That's all right,[inaudible] Got you covered.

After you, madam.

Get back to work.

[dog barking]

You remember Johnny, don't you?

Yeah.

JACK JAFFERS: This way.

Mind your step.

Sweet one.

You'll be my first customer.

Double bed.

Ensuite.

Got this from mad Kirk
out of the junkyard.

Five bucks.

That's a bargain.

And this.

Almost new.

The door's too small.
Can't get it in.

Ah.

JACK JAFFERS: But there'sno roof so I might

just chuck it over the wall.

No roof?

Not yet.

I was hoping to have it alittle bit more ready but um--

what do you think?

Still want it?

What's the weather forecast?

Sunshine and stars.

I'll take it.

Great.

Great.

Well, make yourself at home,and I'll get your bags.

SONIA: There's no roof.

All right, see you Tobe.

Bye, dad.

MATT MARIONE: Hey.

I thought he was moving out.

TOBY DELANEY: Yeah.

So did I. I don't even thinkhe's looking for another place.

Maybe I should move out.

Why?

He likes you.

Yeah, I know.

Um, hey.

If you're going
to be here today,

just keep moving thisaround in the sun, will you?

Oh, great, because
that'll be fun.

Stay inside moving your plantaround all day just waiting

for my old man to come home.

Great, thanks.

SONIA: They'll try
to prove cause.

But I'll keep making the points.

It was dark.

They have no witnesses.

You have no history of violence.

He was running on
the edge of a cliff.

That's right.
That's right.

It's just a matter ofgetting it across clearly.

Does the prosecutor haveanything I don't know about?

He's not a prosecutor.

It's not a court of law.

He's counsel
assisting the coroner.

Same as me.

Don't worry.

I won't let them question you.

Why not?

There's no need.

They already have
your statement,

and we got Jack Jaffers.

Now, he's going to
testify your husband

was way past you when he fell.

What if I want to testify?

Just leave the tactics
to me, all right?

JACK JAFFERS: Just tell'em the checks in the mail.

Back in a second.

Mr. Jaffers.

Ten tomorrow.

No worries, counsel.

What's up?

We've got to do something.

We need some cash.

We've got the new office.

Give it time to work.

TOBY DELANEY: I was thinking wecould do some night sky tours.

Like they do at Uluru.

Take the tourists out, show themthe stars, charge them a bomb.

MICHAEL ANDERSON: Great idea.

The stars around here forfree or hadn't you noticed?

TOBY DELANEY: No, no, no.

You see, this is different.

Dream-time stars.

You take them out,
tell them the stories.

They go ape over that stuff.

- I take him out.
- Yeah.

MICHAEL ANDERSON: Why don't you?You know everything.

[laughs] If I did it,
I'd look like a wally.

Mike, you go to Sweden, youget some tall, blonde chick

showing you around.

You go to the Tower of Londonyou get one of those fat poms

with a mustache.
- Beefeaters.

TOBY DELANEY: That's them.

Beefeaters.

So?

I'm not dressing up like apretend Black fella for you

or for some stupid tourists.

Well, we're stuffed then.

I'm not, Tobe.

JACK JAFFERS: Bit under the gun.

Grand opening tomorrow night.

And we'll be
celebrating, of course.

Celebrating?

JACK JAFFERS: Yeah, you'regetting clear of the inquest.

They can't believe
you murdered him.

That's such crap.

They tell me you still talkingto that friend of yours.

The guy you told me about.

The one who died.

Is he still around?

I don't want to
talk about that.

JACK JAFFERS: OK.

OK.

HELEN GREGORY: It's just me now.

I'm on my own.

Well, I better get back to it.

I'm on my own.

MATT MARIONE: Hello.

Hello.

Hello.

Hello.

KIRK: Hello.

You the guy who called?

You look a bit
young for a doctor.

MATT MARIONE: Well,
it's a living.

I just do it to
finance my real work.

Let's have a look at your leg.

KIRK: Hang on.

What's your real work?

Botany.

Clinical botany.

Bush medicine.

MATT MARIONE: Yeah.

Can I have a look?

Yeah.

MATT MARIONE: Um, we'regoing to have to stitch that.

You had your tetanus booster?

Yeah.

MATT MARIONE: Good.

So how'd you do it?

KIRK: Chasing a camel.

Ran right in here.

I cut myself on a
piece of metal I was

collecting for the crazy woman.

Ah, yeah, what crazy woman?

The one who collects metal.

The copper's wife.

Ellie collects metal?

Very crazy.

She welds it into that.

Well, you're not crazy if youmake bits of metal into that.

Crazy because she pays for it.

I'd give it to her for nothing.

[yelps]

MATT MARIONE: There you go.

Just don't go chasing
anymore camels.

No, he's wretched anyway.

Have a look at him.

I'm going to call a vet.

Hi, little fella.

You don't sound too good.

It's all right.

Toby, you here?

This way.

Um, Matt.

Yeah.

Why is there camel shit
on the kitchen floor?

Little devil.

Look at that.

There's definitely
something wrong.

TOBY DELANEY: Ah,
you're right there.

It stinks.

What is it doing in here anyway?

Oh, he needs air conditioning.

He's spiking a temperature.

TOBY DELANEY: What?

- He's sick.
- What?

Are you a vet now?

Oh, bacteria is bacteria.

I'm putting him on antibiotics.

Well, you can't
keep it in here.

It'll crap everywhere.

MATT MARIONE: I got
him in the bathroom.

Oh, don't go in there.

Any messages?

MATT MARIONE: Yeah,
Michael called.

Hey, what happened
between you two?

Why?

What he say?

He called you a racist pig.

Well, that was the best bit.

TOBY DELANEY: Are you
going to keep the camel?

Why?

Well, I just--

well, Mike could use him to ridearound for the night sky tours.

Listen to yourself, Tobe.

You are a racist pig.

Right, now that is
crap, and you know it.

I'm just trying to get
us out of a bloody hole,

and everyone's in my ear.

Get rid of the camel.

Yeah, righto.

TOBY DELANEY: Hey, David.

What up?

How you doing?
- All right, bub?

[interposing voices]

Good, good.

Hey, look.

Michael is being a
bit of a peanut, mate.

He's not-- can you
give me a hand?

What with?

I need some stories,
mate, from dreamtime.

- Ah, true.
- Yeah?

Ah, yeah.

You got time?

Yeah, all right.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Yes.

Oh, hi.

ELLIE DELANEY: Hi.

You win lotto?

It's from the Research
Center in Perth.

I knew it.

I knew it.

I have no idea what
you're talking about.

Our plant.

My plant.

The one I sent--

the one I found in the desertI sent to Perth for tests.

And it's full of a phytonutrientcalled sulphoraphane.

Well, they think it is.

They need more samples.

Congratulations, I guess.

It's the future of medicine.

You know, 25% of all moderndrugs are isolated from plants.

So you're going to
be rich and famous.

No, well, maybe.

If it does something good.

Is Toby around?

No, he took off.

ELLIE DELANEY: All
right, will you tell him

that I dropped these off.

I picked up his pamphlets.

MATT MARIONE: Yeah.

OK, well, better go.

Stay for a drink.

No, no.

I better not.

MATT MARIONE: Celebrate
with me, please.

Your husband's at work.

It's fine.

He showed me one of your--

I didn't know you
were a sculptor.

You didn't even
know what it was.

But I liked it.

You got to do more.

No, well, I tried today.

I spent hours.

I hated everything I did.

Um, no.

I should go.

Well, thanks for the wine,and good luck with the plant.

MATT MARIONE: Thanks.

Stop it.

Go, go.

Hi.

Ellie, hey.

Where the hell's Toby?

I don't know.
Why?

Get him to call me.

I need to talk to
him about something.

Sure, what is it?

What?

What's the problem?

Um the-- the washer.

The dryer is on the blink.

Well, I could take
a look at it for you.

No, no, it's fine.

I'll get-- it's fine I'll um--

I'll talk to him later.
- You sure?

Yeah, I'm fine.

See you.

How you doing?

ELLIE DELANEY: Good, good.

Bye.

Look at that.

Jack the nomad has been tamed.

I'm not tamed.

I'm just running
a bar for a while.

So you all set for tomorrow?

HELEN GREGORY: Sonia is puttingyou on the stand, not me.

I don't know why.

I just want to tell the truth.

Have you ever heard
anything so ridiculous?

He look so nice.

Was he really that awful?

He was a pig.

Yeah.

I've gone over
and over it trying

to remember what happened.

I might give Connor
a little push.

He'll have the record for thefastest descent, won't he?

Yeah.

Yeah, that'd be quite nice.

One little push.

I wanted him dead.

I must've pushed him.

Yeah, well, you
don't remember.

So you don't know.

SONIA: Feeling OK?

Your Honor, this inquest hascaused a great deal of anxiety

for Mrs. Gregory.

Her husband's sudden death inhighly unusual circumstances

at the climax of a solareclipse led to the police

investigation, which
determined there was

reason to suspect foul play.

Now, I'd submit they'redrawing a very long bow here,

Your Honor.

I intend to call an independentwitness, Mr. Jack Jaffers.

His testimony will
prove there is

insufficient evidence againstmy client to substantiate

criminal prosecution.

JUDGE: Thank you.

Mr. Gilbert, call
your first witness.

Yes, I interviewed a Germantourist, Mr. Gerhard Holtz,

who claimed to have
overheard Mr. and Mrs.

Gregory in a domestic dispute.

Objection.

It wasn't a dispute.

That moron was shouting at her.

SONIA: Was the dispute violent?

Uh, no.

SONIA: So just a
bit of a tiff then?

Yeah, I guess.

And a tiff doesn't make
Mrs. Gregory a murderer.

HUGH DELANEY: No.

[shouting]

CONNOR GREGORY: Hey,
you're falling asleep.

You almost killed me.

JUDGE: I see here ConstableKennedy noted Mrs.

Gregory threatened her husband.

HUGH DELANEY: Not to
his face, Your Honor.

Mrs. Gregory was alone atthe time of the threat.

I beg your pardon.

HUGH DELANEY: Mrs.
Gregory was witnessed

speaking to anotherperson, but she was alone.

Yeah, that'd be quite nice.

One little push.

She was speaking to herself?

HUGH DELANEY: Yes, well, no.

JUDGE: So which was it?

HUGH DELANEY: She was alone,but speaking to someone else.

Stop it, Pat.

Leave me alone.

Miss Richards do we have
a psychiatric report

on Mrs. Gregory.

SONIA: No, Your Honor.

Maybe you should get one.

SONIA: Yes, Your Honor.

Thank you, Sergeant.

That's all.

JUDGE: Wait, didn't Mrs.Gregory make one more comment?

HUGH DELANEY: Yes, she saidthat she wished he was dead.

Her husband.

Forgive me, but I did.

JACK JAFFERS: Opening
night special.

Free drinks for five minutes.

[cheering]

- I'll see you.
- Hey, no.

Why?
- Have a good night.

I'll drive you.

See you.

SONIA: Anymore of
this I think I kill

him stuff, then I'm
severely handicapped

in what I can do for you.

But if I think I
did, I have to say.

I have to go on the stand.

Look, Helen.

I've represented a
lot of women who've

been in abusive relationships,and many like you want to blame

themselves for what happened.

I'm not doing that.

You sure?

Yes.

I can get you past some
German tourist thinking

he might have heard you say, ah,it'll be great if Connor fell.

But if you get on
the stand, and you

say you might have pushedhim, you will go to trial

for manslaughter at least.

And there'll be no way
that I can stop that.

You understand?

Look, I didn't work my
ass off all these years

to come home to lose
a hearing that I

could win with my eyes shut.

It's academic anyway.

You're not going on the stand.

Jack is.

I'll let you in on something.

Kirk's not my real father.

He was there when I grew
up, so everybody just

thought that he was.

And he was good to me,
and it was nice having

a dad like everyone else.

So who is your father?

I don't know.

Mom hasn't told me.

She said that he
didn't really matter.

Jess this a little
bit awkward but--

JESS DAILY: I bet he's somebludger out there somewhere

doing whatever he wants.

You know, he doesn't--

he doesn't give a
rat's about mom or me.

He probably doesn't
even know that I exist.

I'm sure he does, Jess.

You know, if he
walked in here right now

and told me who he was, I'dprobably tell him to piss off.

Yeah.

MATT MARIONE: Hey.

Come here.

This is cool.

It's like you're
the sexy bartender,

and I'm the lonely,
millionaire chick.

Yeah, well, it's time themillionaire chick was in bed.

Yeah, that's what
I was thinking.

Come on, Jess.

I'm old enough to
be your father.

What if I said that
I liked older men.

Well, I'd just say I'lldrive you home, all right.

Oh, come on, Jack.

Surely you've had a groupiekeep you up past your bedtime.

Yeah, look, I've had plentyof groupies to keep me up.

Now, come on Jess.
Let's go.

Come on.

OK, Jack.

Come on.

Hey there, little guy.

You're looking a lot better.

Ah, no.

No.

No, no, no.

No.

Hey, what's all that about?

The bloody thing ate my plant.

Well, that's what camels do.

They're vegetarian.

Herbivore.

You OK?

Yeah.

You look a bit rough
around the edges.

You didn't come home
last night, did you?

Oh, no.

I was at the pub and--

One of the nurses, hey?

Yeah.

Well, to be young again.

See you later, mate.

See you.

KIRK: So you're
the blowfly, hey?

Well, let's just keepinsults out of this, shall we?

KIRK: I was wondering
when you'd turn up.

JACK JAFFERS: Look, I've been upall night worrying about this.

And I've just--

I've just got to tell
her I'm her father.

KIRK: That's a bloody good idea.

But I need your help.

SONIA: Your Honor,
it was my intention

to call my last witness,
Mr. Jack Jaffers.

JUDGE: And where is Mr. Jaffers?

SONIA: Your Honor,
he's not in court but--

I can see that, Miss Richards.

I'd request a shortadjournment, so I can find him.

JUDGE: Look, while we'rewaiting for this fellow maybe

you could use this opportunity
to call your client.

SONIA: I've instructed
Mrs. Gregory not

to give evidence, Your Honor.

No, put your hand down.

Put your hand down.

Shut up.

You already have herstatements in the transcript,

and in my opinion she has
nothing further to add.

Yes, Mrs. Gregory.

I'd like to speak, Your Honor.

We just sit her down, andthen we tell her who we are.

Yeah, and who are we?

Well, we tell her that welove her, and we tell her that--

I don't know-- that we--

we're both her father.

I'm not her father, mate.

I'm just the crazy Mr.
who was there for her.

If you want to tell her whoyou are, go right ahead.

Sometimes you're on your own.

And you've got to havethe guts to tell the truth

and nothing but the truth.

Yeah, well--

Ah, no.

Bummer.

Where were you?

JACK JAFFERS: Look, I apologize.

I was really-- I was just--

I've got these
family problems and--

SONIA: Yeah, well,
I've got a problem too.

I just barely managed to
keep Helen off the stand

and get an adjournment
for a couple hours

until you showed up.

Jack, you have to talk to her.

She won't listen to me.

Where is she?

Guess.

I told you he'd turn up.

Careful.

All right.

I'm all right.

Thanks.

I had to come back here.

See if I can remember anything.

I kept watching as
her husband ran by her

and he was way past
her when he fell.

That's what I told the cops.

It's not what I saw.

Then how can you say it?

JACK JAFFERS: It
was dark, Helen.

It was during an eclipse.

Weird things happen.

Unexplained things.

Helen, Helen listen to me.

Your husband was killed by--

Sheer, bloody arrogance.

Arrogance.

Think about it.

Remember.

He was a city banker who'djust run up a steep mountain

in the heat of the desert.

His heart stopped.

It was a gamble, and he lost.

In the dark he did look like--

PATRICK: Like death.

Like death.

His skin was shiny, and hiseyes were really bright.

And I saw his knees buckle.

I went to give him the drink.

CONNOR GREGORY: Helen.

I'm here.

Give me the drink.

I'll do it.

I heard a scream.

And he fell over the edge.

[screaming]

He fell.

BAILIFF: Your Honor, thewitness will take the oath.

Take the Bible, please.

Turn and face His Honor.

Do you swear, by almighty God,that the evidence you shall

give will be the
truth, the whole truth,

and nothing but the truth.

Please say I do.

I do.

BAILIFF: All stand.

Sit.

Thank you.

This is my finding.

Post-mortem showed
that the deceased was

dehydrated and highly fatigued.

In review of all the facts, Ifind that Connor Gregory died

from misadventure as
a result of falling

from a cliff at Rainbow Valley.

This court is now adjourned.

BAILIFF: All stand.

SONIA: You did it.

ELLIE DELANEY: No, you did it.

Thank you, Jack.

Welcome back.

Congratulations.

So you going to stay
in Alice for a while?

No, I don't think so.

All right.

SONIA: Best of luck, Helen.

ELLIE DELANEY: Thanks.

Thanks for being so patient.

SONIA: No worries.

All right.

[camel noise]

JESS DAILY: You sure
you're all right?

Yeah, thanks.

I'll be all right from here.- You sure?

MATT MARIONE: Yeah.

Thanks for this.

There's bound to be
something this way.

Come on.

You like this stuff so
much you find some more.

You find some more.

Come on.
No, not that way.

This way.

This way.

Here we go.

Come on.

MICHAEL ANDERSON: Get off.

You'll scratch me paint job.

Look mate, I've been thinking.

I was an idiot.

I'm sorry.

I've be thinking too.

I'll do what you want.

TOBY DELANEY: No,
you don't have to.

No, no, no.

We're in a hole.

Someone's got to dig is out.

TOBY DELANEY: Look,
I've changed the plan.

I'll do the star tours.

I know the stories.

You know the stories?

See, King Mufus and
his queen, Nyala there.

They lived on Pride Star.

Pride Star?

TOBY DELANEY: Yeah, nowNyala, she had a kid, Wydisim.

There, and he was supposed
to take over the galaxy,

but his evil uncle Scarus killedthe king and banished Wydisum.

So he wanders alone untilhe was joined by his two

friends Timone and Pimba.

Those two, there.

Now, they teach him the
lesson of hakuna matata.

Put your past behind you
so you can move forward.

Pitjantjatjara storycourtesy of David [inaudible]

Thank you very much.

[laughs] Davo
told you that story?

Yeah, and plenty more.

Mate, that's
from the Lion King.

What else did he tell you?

Beauty and the Beast?

[laughs]

What's so funny?

TOBY DELANEY: Nothing.

No, what are
you talking about.

Just the stars.

Hey, aggression man.

JACK JAFFERS: There
you go, madam.

Congratulations.

Thanks.

Helen, I've been thinkingabout what you said.

About the nomad
becoming the idiot.

I think tamed was
the word I used.

Yeah, well, whatever
I am, I need management.

You need management orthe bar needs management?

Just take it.

Well put it this way.

I've got a bar and I'vegot a motel without a roof.

I'm serious.

Will you be my manager.

I'll overpay you.

How do you know
what I'm worth?

I love this song.

[music playing]

Goodbye, goodbye.

I'll think about it.

But I love you.

I love, I love, still love you.

I love, love, love, love you.

Love, love you.

Goodbye my friend.

I love you till the end.

Yeah.

[MUSIC - STEPHE, "THE ALICE - OPENING CREDITS"]

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