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Insp. Raymond C. Fowler (Character)
from "The Thin Blue Line" (1995)

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Alternate Names:
Inspector Fowler

Filmography

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  1. "The Thin Blue Line"
        - The Green Eyed Monster (1996) TV episode, Played by Rowan Atkinson (as Inspector Fowler)
        - Road Rage (1996) TV episode, Played by Rowan Atkinson (as Inspector Fowler)
        - Come on You Blues (1996) TV episode, Played by Rowan Atkinson (as Inspector Fowler)
        - Alternative Culture (1996) TV episode, Played by Rowan Atkinson (as Inspector Fowler)
        - Fly on the Wall (1996) TV episode, Played by Rowan Atkinson (as Inspector Fowler)
          (9 more)

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From "The Thin Blue Line: Honey Trap (#1.3)" (1995)
Det. Insp. Derek Grim: [referring to Terry the Tank] Listen! The bloke is laughing at the law. If you're not careful, division'll hand it over and we'll have the flying squad back.
Insp. Raymond C. Fowler: You really think so?
Det. Insp. Derek Grim: Of course we will if all we're doing is fannying about!
Insp. Raymond C. Fowler: I don't care much for the flying squad I must say. You know the last time they were here, one of them left chewing gum under my desk! I mean what sort of mentality! The state of the lavatories! It was almost as if they were aiming for the floor! These men are trained marksman for heavens sake!
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