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Blue Heelers - Season 6 Country of origin  Australia No. of episodes 42 Broadcast Original channel Seven Network Original run 10 February 1999 – 24 November 1999 Home video release DVD release date 10 August 2006 Season chronology ← Previous Season 5 Next → Season 7 This article's introduction section may not adequately summarize its contents. To comply with Wikipedia's lead section guidelines, please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of the article's key points. (September 2009) The sixth season of the Australian police-drama Blue Heelers premiered on the Seven Network on 10 February 1999 and aired on Wednesday nights at 8:30 PM. The 42-episode season concluded 24 November 1999. Contents 1 Casting 2 Plot 3 Production 4 Reception 5 Awards 6 Episodes 7 DVD release 8 References Casting Main cast for this season consisted of: John Wood as Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon [full season] Julie Nihill as Christine 'Chris' Riley [full season] Martin Sacks as Detective Senior Constable Patrick Joseph 'P.J.' Hasham [full season] Lisa McCune as Senior Constable Margaret 'Maggie' Doyle [full season] Tasma Walton as Probationary Constable Deirdre 'Dash' McKinley [until episode 232] Paul Bishop as Senior Constable Benjamin 'Ben' Stewart [full season] Rupert Reid as Probationary Constable Jack Lawson [from episode 212] Jane Allsop as Probationary Constable Jo Parrish [from episode 239] Guest actors this season included Kate Hood, Jason Clarke, Terence Donovan, Lisa Crittenden, Grant Piro, Norman Yemm, Robert Grubb, Margot Knight, Arianthe Galani, Jeremy Angerson, Louise Siversen, Lois Ramsay, Mary Ward and Roger Oakley. Plot This article is in a list format that may be better presented using prose. You can help by converting this article to prose, if appropriate. Editing help is available. (April 2008) The sixth season of 42 episodes. Storylines included: The arrival of Constable Jack Lawson, Ben dealing with his broken marriage and desire to see more of his children, P.J and Maggie's relationship being exposed via a security video, Chris taking a place on the local council, Ben's daughter Emma attempting to get Ben and Maggie together, Maggie dealing with the death of her brother Robbie and her attempts to crack the drug ring that killed him and going to witness protection.Story lines over the second part the season. *a new senior constable arrives in town and her quick leave because her and her husband sheeps has a sickness Constable Greg Mason's posting to Mount Thomas and only to be dead on scene next morning Tom having to let go of his relationship with Sally, Dash's promotion and subsequent decision to leave the force, in reality, Tasma Walton left the show to pursue further career choices in Sydney,[1] Maggie briefly starting an affair with Ben, but ultimately choosing PJ just as Ben was dealt a blow by his ex-wife's decision to move to the other side of the country with their children, Jack getting involved with an ex-girlfriend, Molly (Petra Jared), whose wild antics saw him getting in over his head, The arrival of Constable Joanna Parrish. Production This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Reception This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Awards This section requires expansion. Main article: List of awards and nominations for Blue Heelers Episodes This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. DVD Season # Episode # Title Director(s) Writer(s) Original airdate (Aust.) 6.2 212 "Dancing with the Devil (1)" 10 February 1999 (1999-02-10) A masked serial rapist is on the loose in Mount Thomas and the Heelers have their work cut out trying to find out the offender's identity and Constable Jack Lawson makes his entrance into the station. First Appearance of Constable Jack Lawson  6.2 213 "Dancing with the Devil (2)" 17 February 1999 (1999-02-17) Maggie is attacked by the masked rapist and a mother tries to take the law into her own hands  6.2 214 "Winning at all Costs" 24 February 1999 (1999-02-24) Dash's brother returns to Mount Thomas with a few skeletons in his closet He is accused of having sex with a student and his car and he are attacked. Dash believes he is innocent.  6.2 215 "Love is a Drug" 3 March 1999 (1999-03-03) Maggie and P.J. stifle evidence when a videotape of a lovers tiff captures them canoodling at Govet's Leap.  6.2 216 "An Eye for an Eye" 10 March 1999 (1999-03-10) Jack and Dash witness a double fatality involving two popular young locals. Chris faces voter backlash, and Jack involves Maggie in a hunch without telling her. In the end someone ends up dead when the truth comes out.  6.2 217 "Wishful Thinking" 17 March 1999 (1999-03-17) Ben's kids try to "hook up" Maggie and Ben.  6.2 218 "Pillow Talk" 24 March 1999 (1999-03-24) Tom, and Sally clash after a vicious attack on an elderly woman and the offender brings P.J. to boiling point after threatening Maggie.  6.2 219 "The Good Weed" 31 March 1999 (1999-03-31) Tom is caught between a rock and a hard place and Chris ends up violently sick in hospital.  6.2 220 "By the Book" 7 April 1999 (1999-04-07) Jack finds himself in hot water when an ex criminal accuses him of attempted murder. To make things worse, Falcon-Price comes in to investigate.  6.2 221 "Dirty Money" 14 April 1999 (1999-04-14) Maggie does everything in her power to bring down the drug ring that killed her brother and her life is turned upside down when her family becomes embroiled in the drug ring.  6.2 222 "Married to the Job" 21 April 1999 (1999-04-21) Ben gives Maggie information, which puts her in danger and risks losing his children when well meaning decisions turn to disaster. Could Mick Doyle really be guilty?  6.2 223 "Web of Lies" 28 April 1999 (1999-04-28) P.J confronts his worst fears when the Heelers discover Maggie's missing car in flames and a charred body inside. Maggie's heartbreaking decision pushes P.J to the edge.  7.1 224 "End of the Road" 5 May 1999 (1999-05-05) Jack jumps the divide between duty and friendship when two mates become murder suspects.  7.1 225 "Lies and Whispers" 12 May 1999 (1999-05-12) Dash's promotion to trainee detective turns sour when she learns that her mentor has amourous intentions.  7.1 226 "Jack of Hearts" 19 May 1999 (1999-05-19) Jack becomes the reluctant rescuer in a lovelorn schoolgirl's dangerous game to win his affection.  7.1 227 "The Grace of God" 26 May 1999 (1999-05-26) One Heeler dead, the killer is loose, he's desperate and Tom is on his doorstep.  7.1 228 "The Stag" 2 June 1999 (1999-06-02) Jack is in the line of fire when he seems to have resolved the problems of the heart through the barrel of a gun.  7.1 229 "The Good Life" 9 June 1999 (1999-06-09) Ben's investigation of a livestock plague unravels Robyn's new life in Mount Thomas.  7.1 230 "Perfect Match" 16 June 1999 (1999-06-16) P.J. feels rejected when Ben and Maggie help a dying child whose parents are in trouble.  7.1 231 "Oil and Water" 23 June 1999 (1999-06-23) Tom and Sally's relationship goes on trial when Sally defends a drink driver responsible for the death of Tom's friend.  7.1 232 "Smoke gets in your Eyes" 30 June 1999 (1999-06-30) Maggie appeals for her life when a martyr to a cause threatens to kill them both in a publicity stunt.  7.1 233 "King of the Kids" 7 July 1999 (1999-07-07) Dash places an abused boy's life in danger when she tries to help the maverick social worker who is protecting him.  7.1 234 "Full Circle" 14 July 1999 (1999-07-14) Dash's excitement at becoming a detective ends in despair and a life changing decision, after her mother is killed in a car accident. She leaves after that. Final Appearance of Constable Deirdre McKinley  7.1 235 "Behind the Badge" 21 July 1999 (1999-07-21) Maggie and Chris confront death and despair when they fall victim to an armed bandit.  7.1 236 "The Angel Cruise" 28 July 1999 (1999-07-28) A cash strapped Ben is seduced into a dodgy pyramid scheme that divides the Heelers and the town in a contest of winners and losers.  7.1 237 "Downsizing" 4 August 1999 (1999-08-04) Tom battles town panic because not only does the station appear under threat but with the bank closing, Mount Thomas seems set for financial ruin.  7.1 238 "The Deepest Cut" 11 August 1999 (1999-08-11) Ben finds himself in the midst of gay slurs and murder accusations when his hairdresser friend is found dead.  7.1 239 "Hello-Goodbye" 18 August 1999 (1999-08-18) Trouble magnet, Constable Jo Parrish arrives at Mount Thomas police station provoking both a civil suit and a stalker. First Appearance of Constable Jo Parrish  7.1 240 "Whip Crack-Away" 25 August 1999 (1999-08-25) Jo oversteps the line when she protects a charming gypsy who operates on the wrong side of the law.  7.1 241 "Price of Silence" 1 September 1999 (1999-09-01) Maggie threatens her career when she is groped by a pro police politician on campaign and charges him with indecent assault.  7.1 242 "Without Judgment" 8 September 1999 (1999-09-08) A missing man, a passionate kiss, and a family secret exposed force Maggie to a decision about her confused love life.  7.1 243 "Smoke Without Fire" 15 September 1999 (1999-09-15) The town pushes for Tom's resignation when a corrupt colleague with a personal grudge tries to bring him down.  7.1 244 "Starry Starry Night" 22 September 1999 (1999-09-22) A mystery unfolds on night patrol when Jack and Jo stumble across a troubled stranger who carries a message for the Heelers that they won't forget.  7.1 245 "Paradise Lost" 29 September 1999 (1999-09-29) P.J. fears he is losing ground when Ben and Maggie are drawn into an alternative community called Paradise.  7.2 246 "The Game" 6 October 1999 (1999-10-06) It's Grand Final week and the pressure is on Jack and finds it hard to focus on work with footy fever upon him. At the same time he has to deal with Marnie Sommer's constant petty crimes. And coach of the Mudlarks Ian Waldron is kidnapped by the St Davids team. On top of all this, Marnie's husband returns to Mount Thomas fresh out of prison and holds up Marnie at gunpoint, demanding the loot from the armed robbery.  7.2 247 "Miracle at Rabbit Creek" 13 October 1999 (1999-10-13) Tom pursues a local trouble maker who veers off the road into a tree at high speed. Devastated, he prays to God to absolve Tim Sullivan of his sins. Ten minutes later, after the ambulance arrives he sits upright! After jokes at Tom's expense, Inspector Falcon Price wants to know if Tom is blessed and Tom and Maggie question their faith. P.J remains the station cynic until his mother who is terminally ill, arrives. Tim, feeling his life is a freak show after being ridiculed mercilessly and pressed by his mother to reform, runs away and Tom goes to search for him. someone has planted a bomb in Rabbit Creek and visitors to the Creek will be killed in 5 minutes, Tim is the hero by tossing it into the creek where it explodes harmlessly.  7.2 248 "Second Chance" 20 October 1999 (1999-10-20) P.J. kills Jo's new romance when he reveals her boyfriend is a murderer with vengeance on his mind.  7.2 249 "The Price of Friendship" 27 October 1999 (1999-10-27) Jack is in strife when he places a wayward friendship before duty and endangers three lives.  7.2 250 "Under Fire" 3 November 1999 (1999-11-03) Jack's ex-girlfriend is trapped in a crashed bus, along with a consignment of volatile chemicals.  7.2 251 "Fifty-Fifty" 10 November 1999 (1999-11-10) Ben is compromised by a despairing teenager who pleas for shelter from her feuding parents.  7.2 252 "Kids" 17 November 1999 (1999-11-17) Ben won't believe that his daughter Emma has burgled an old lady.  7.2 253 "Be Prepared" 24 November 1999 (1999-11-24) Jack saves a local from a mantrap and meets a family of Y2K survivalists.  DVD release The Complete Sixth Season: Part 1 Set Details Special Features 24 Episodes (1080 Mins.) Episodes 182 - 205 6-Disc Set Full Frame English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo) Slipcase Packaging Photo Gallery Release Dates  Australia 10 August 2006[2] The Complete Sixth Season: Part 2 Set Details Special Features 20 Episodes (810 Mins.) Episodes 206 - 223 5-Disc Set Full Frame English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo) Slipcase Packaging Photo Gallery Release Dates  Australia 10 August 2006[2] The Complete Sixth Season Set Details Special Features 44 Episodes (1890 Mins.) Episodes 182 - 223 11-Disc Set Full Frame English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo) Slipcase Packaging Photo Gallery Release Dates  Australia 10 August 2006[2] References Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Blue Heelers - Season 6 General Zuk, T. Blue Heelers: 1999 episode guide, Australian Television Information Archive. Retrieved 1 August 2007. editors. Blue Heelers Episode Guide - Season 6, Retrieved 1 August 2007. Specific ^ "Tasma does her Dash", Seven Network Limited, 1999. ^ a b c Editors. Blue Heelers: Season 6, Part 1 DVD. Retrieved 26 April 2008. v · d · eBlue Heelers Main Characters · Recurring Characters · Episodes · Awards and Nominations · Mount Thomas Characters Civilian Roz Patterson · Chris Riley Constable Wayne Patterson · Adam Cooper · Dash McKinley · Jack Lawson · Kelly O'Rourke · Joss Peroni · Matt Graham Senior Constable Jo Parrish · Susie Raynor Sergeant Nick Schultz · Maggie Doyle · Tess Gallagher · Ben Stewart · Mark Jacobs · Alex Kirby Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon Detective P.J Hasham · Amy Fox · Evan Jones Seasons: 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13