Ah, Dr Halifax, it’s good to have you back.
The first indication of the iconic character’s no-nonsense, straight-for-the-jugular bad-assery occurs in the first episode of the long-running series, all the way back in 1994. Rebecca Gibney’s forensic psychiatrist – or “psychological sleuth” – boulders up to a potentially dangerous man who’s been hanging around her and hollers: “Are you following me? Are You?!”
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