How we wish we could write that since we last met our hero he has found the road to Damascus instead of the road to perdition; that he has learned to love wisely instead of too often, and that going another 25 grand into debt to back a 'sure thing' at Moonee Valley paid off. The nag didn't even finish the race. Sadly, that epicentre of chaos otherwise known as Cleaver Greene has learned nothing, and hasn't changed one whit. If anything, he's a little worse. Never out of the headlines for long, Cleaver Greene (Richard Roxburgh) is caught in an affair with the Premier of New South Wales (Toni Collette), making himself a sworn enemy of her husband, Attorney-General and Police Minister Cal McGregor (Damien Garvey). David Potter (Matt Day), now Shadow Attorney-General, sees this as his chance to bury Cleaver Greene once and for all, calling him "a dishonest low-life who spends his time defending society's scum, and spends his nights carousing with them".