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Annette Ekblom ...
Sally Griffin
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Vinnie Stanley (as Al Hunter Ashton)
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Harriet Potter
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Gabby Rodwell
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Claudette Monro-Foster
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Things are improving with Sally so Jimmy joins his family on holiday. He also accepts a case involving the theft of some firearms. Hiding the assignment from the family becomes tricky as the volatile man at the center of the mystery comes looking for Jimmy.

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My favorite episode of the whole series
11 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode involves the bizarre behavior of an ex-soldier. As the plot unfolds the nature of his injuries and his actions in the battle of the Falklands is laid out. There are some nice scenes at a very rich-looking family estate with a massive gun collection. Whately's girlfriend is also part of the plot, but I believe this is her last appearance. There many tense scenes with a hostage situation and the ultimate resolution of the plot is very satisfying. The only sore point is the inconsistent script for his wife. One minute she's saying "why do we have to leave tonight?" and the next "why didn't we leave earlier?" with no apparent moment of introspection in between. The kids do fine in their roles during some rather tense scenes, and the season 1 secretary has a some big scenes.


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