Rake (2010–2018)

R vs Langhorn 

Unable to resist her charms, Cleaver agrees to defend an old flame - now a successful radio shock jock Eddie Langhorn - who's charged with inciting racial hatred.


Jeffrey Walker


Andrew Knight, Peter Duncan (creator) | 2 more credits »




Episode complete credited cast:
Richard Roxburgh ... Cleaver Greene
Matt Day ... David Potter
Adrienne Pickering ... Melissa Partridge
Russell Dykstra ... Barney Meagher
Danielle Cormack ... Scarlet Meagher
Geoff Morrell ... Joe Sandilands
Caroline Brazier ... Wendy Greene
Rachel Griffiths ... Eddie Langhorn
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marion D. Baird Marion D. Baird ... Earnest Local (as Marion Baird)
Andrea Berchtold ... Truck Driver
Blazey Best Blazey Best ... Maddy
Jonathan Biggins ... Martin
Kate Box ... Nicole
Mathew Burn Mathew Burn ... Pete (as Matthew Burn)
Laurence Coy ... Bob Menzies


Radio shock jock Eddie Langhorn is charged with inciting racial hatred, and turns to old flame Cleaver Greene to defend her. Meanwhile, Cleaver needs some defending himself when his tax case goes off the rails and he's placed on remand. Feeling lost without good mate and colleague Barney by his side, a visit from Missy, in prison brings him to the realisation that he has hit rock bottom. As he tries recover his position with Missy, she is experiencing the 'joys' of political life with David as they sit through a session of Ukrainian folk dancing at a local council hall. Cleaver arrives at work to find Eddie Langhorn waiting for him, and knows immediately that he's in for trouble as he's never been able to resist her charms. As they share a caustic but predictably sexually charged lunch, Cleaver discovers he has a willing participant in his revisited coke habit. Cleaver then learns his father has had a stroke, and hoping to repair their relationship, takes Fuzz to the country to visit ...

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Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

17 August 2011 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Cleaver Greene: What does the word "prevailing" mean?
Mr. Elliot: Not sure.
Cleaver Greene: What about "bridle"?
Mr. Elliot: To get married.
Cleaver Greene: Ah, yes, but ah, as in, to bridle a horse. What does that mean?
Mr. Elliot: To marry one?
[the crowd titters]
Cleaver Greene: Okay. Ah, what about "causal"?
Mr. Elliot: When you don't have to wear a suit.
Cleaver Greene: Right, so not the sort of clothes you'd wear to marry a horse.
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written by Amy Winehouse
spoken by Cleaver to Melissa
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