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Rush: Season 2, Episode 4
When a family court judge is taken hostage by a disgruntled father, with a vendetta against the judge, TR tries desperately for a peaceful resolution. As the situation escalates, Shannon is in a race to negotiate with him before Josh is forced to shoot.
After a little girl is found abandoned and wandering along train tracks, TR find out her father has just murdered someone. Lawson's attempts to find the man are hampered by journalist Jacinta Burns.
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A little girl is seen wandering train tracks. Lawson, Stella and Michael race to find her before anything happens to her. When Lawson spots the girl, a train is coming towards her, so he runs and grabs her just in time. They take her to the TR base, where Kerry is waiting. Lawson tells her that she hasn't spoken at all. Kerry talks to the girl who they named Princess, but again, gets no response. They will have to wait for the Department of Human Services. At the computers, Leon shows Lawson and Kerry CCTV footage of the little girl being abandoned at a train station by an unknown male...Read the full recap
Ratings: 1.228 million viewers (4th for the night).
The 'Princess' storyline in this episode was based on the real life story of a New Zealand man who had killed his wife and left his daughter, who was nicknamed Pumpkin by the media, at a train station in 2007.
Dom: Sandrine's idea of multi-tasking is doing the housework whilst nailed to a cross.
Kerry: Being the senior, I need you to do the media briefing.
Lawson: Oh wait hang on. Can't they just wait?
Kerry: Oh see it as character building. Preparation for a brilliant career.
Lawson: Yeah funny.
Shannon: You smell like garlic sauce.
Jacinta: Nice presser by the way.
Lawson: Yeah, it really wasn't.
Jacinta: Oh I enjoyed it.