East West 101 Season 1
East West 101 Season 1
First Air Date: December 06, 2007
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1x06 The Hand of Friendship (January 10, 2008)
Hunt is missing. HQ received a panicked call from a woman accusing Malik of killing him. Is he dead? And is Malik reponsible? When Hunt's body is found in Chinatown Crowley is dismissive - Malik's quest is over. Malik disagrees, Hunt may be dead but his quest for justice remains. Whoever killed Hunt took away the satisfaction Malik might've found in a lawful outcome. But Malik's determined to track down Hunt's killer. He finds the woman who called HQ. Celia Cho, is the daughter of Bruce Cho, a leader of the SW Crime Syndicate and the mother of Hunt's son. Bruce Cho hated Hunt. If he is the killer, proving it, in a world where everyone is afraid to talk, will not be easy. The closer Malik gets to the truth, the more dangerous he becomes.
1x05 Haunted by the Past (January 03, 2008)
In the midst of investigating the murder of a Serbian car salesman, Malik's obsession with the past deepens. Malik seeks to prove that John Hunt was once an armed robber, and the man who shot his father. But this is contrary to the evidence. Is Malik going mad? Can he find the evidence that will prove Hunt's guilt? And why is Crowley obstructing him? Is it sheer bloody mindedness or is there a reason? Malik, Koa and all at Major Crime, work to solve the mystery behind the Serbian killing. The detectives discover that the car salesman is not as respectable as he appeared. Has his dark past something to do with this death?
1x04 Hunt for the Killer (December 27, 2007)
The brutal slaying of a respectable middle aged Vietnamese couple in Cabramatta is carried out amidst the stress of the Internal Affairs investigation. This time it's Malik in the hot seat. Whatever he says to I.A. will affect Crowley's future. Meantime, Malik and Koa try to work out who killed Mr and Mrs Ngo. Mrs Ngo was a difficult wilful woman who liked everything her way. Mr Ngo was a community minded man. Was the killer their own son? He stands to inherit the family wealth. The press reveal that several years back Mr Ngo was a witness of a gangland murder by the notorious Black Dragon street gang. Is this connected?
1x03 Islander Sacrifice (December 20, 2007)
Two Lebanese youths and a schoolgirl are killed in a drive by shooting. Inspector Wright, appoints Malik to run the investigation. Crowley doesn't like his junior colleague supervising the case but he has bigger problems. Internal Affairs are investigating Crowley's actions in relation to the death of the drug dealer, Basha. Who called I.A. in? Crowley wonders if it is Malik's doing. Is his enemy seizing the opportunity to destroy him? But Malik is facing his own professional challenges. The triple murder case is complex. His partner, Detective Koa, helps break the case by his knowledge of the Pacific Island Community.
1x02 Death at the Station (December 13, 2007)
Bad drugs are being sold on the streets of Redfern. Addicts are dying. Local Aboriginal leader and anti drug crusader, Adam King, is trying to get the drugs off the street when he is shot. Some say he has been assassinated. Malik and his partner, Pacific Islander, Detective Sonny Koa, try and get to the truth. Why are King's colleagues so unhelpful? And his family downright hostile? Is it just a distrust of police… or is it something more sinister? The conflict worsens between Malik and Crowley as Malik asks for his help with sources and informers and is rejected. Crowley's rage is more personal. Although the rest of the Squad are not aware of it, Crowley's son was one of the drug statistics.
1x01 The Enemy Within (December 06, 2007)
Muslim detective, Zane Malik, is fighting crime in a post 9/11 world. A police officer s killed, apparently by two armed robbers 'of middle Eastern appearance.' Zane Malik uses his connections in the Arab community to track down the two youths involved. Malik's search for the truth brings him into a head on clash with Senior Detective, Ray Crowley. Rowley accuses him of putting his community before his job. Malik is angry. He wants justice for the police officer too, but he knows what it is to be an Australian Arab, and feel unsupported by the law. When he was a boy his father was shot by an armed robber; the shooter was never brought to justice. But will Malik be able to find out the truth behind the officer's death before war erupts on the streets of Lakemba?