Anna Hutchison (Lily, Jungle Fury) continues her starring role as Alison Dine on "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" in the fourth episode of the second series titled "Business as Usual." Hutchison's character gets deeper into the drug trade between Australia and New Zealand, thanks to her steamy romance with Terry Clark. Alison suggests a new method for hauling cash and drugs using briefcases with false bottoms. Hutchison appears in several scenes of the episode and even appears a bit concerned when she hears bad news about her ex-boyfriend Wayne Robb. Mystic Force guest star Jake Lindesay (Ben, Mystic Force) continues his role as Alison's ex, Wayne who makes a delivery and then gets robbed of the money from the transaction. After his attack, he's put in hot water with Terry, who puts out his forces to find the thieves and make them pay for stealing their cash. Wayne survives, for now, despite his loss of the money. Lindesay appears in two scenes. Unlike their previous episode, Hutchison & Lindesay do not share any scenes in this episode.
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Melanie Vallejo (Madison, Mystic Force) continued her recurring role on the Aussie drama "Packed to the Rafters." Vallejo reprised her role as Kat in the third episode of Series 2. In this episode, things heat up between Kat and her friend Ben Rafter (series regular Hugh Sheridan). Ben comes to Kat's defense when a strange man badgers her in the bar where Ben works. While Kat continues to struggle in her efforts to befriend Ben's girlfriend Melissa, she & Ben enjoy a night of drinking, leading to a steamy kiss. Vallejo appears throughout the episode and Kat's shady past is highlighted here.
Walter Emanuel Jones (Zack, MMPR) made a brief guest appearance on the drama series "Early Edition" during the show's third season. Jones appeared in the episode "Number One With a Bullet," playing the role of music producer Crazy H. The series revolves around Gary Hobson, a man who receives a newspaper that gives him a view of the future, allowing him to change horrific events before they happen. This episode finds Gary trying to save a rap star (guest star Coolio) who has ties to a local neighborhood. The rapper is in a feud with Crazy H and Gary is led to believe the assassin is working for him. Crazy H, however, informs Gary that he has no problems with the rap star whose career is on the downturn. Jones appears in one extended scene opposite series star Kyle Chandler.
Zeo voice actor Alex Borstein (voice of Queen Machina, Zeo) played a supporting role in the 2007 thriller "The Lookout." The film follows Chris Pratt (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), who has a promising future until a horrific traffic accident with friends leaves him gravely injured and forced to piece his life back together thanks to a head injury. Borstein portrays Mrs. Lange, a bank employee who works at the bank where Chris acts as a janitor. He is convinced by a charismatic robber to help with a heist at the bank branch. Borstein appears in several scenes of the film alongside Gordon-Levitt, although she only has a few lines.
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