When Dave's relief manager lets him down at short notice he asks Terry to step into the breach and run the Winchester Club for him. Dave's failure to show up the following day gets Terry ... See full summary »

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Dave
Peter Childs ...
Rycott
Michael Povey ...
Jones
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Cooper
Thorley Walters ...
the Magistrate
Tony Selby ...
Muldoon
Mark Farmer ...
Justin
Del Henney ...
Tombo
Michael Melia ...
Fletcher
Patricia Maynard ...
Lucy Harris
Robin Cameron ...
MacDonald
Johnny Shannon ...
Tony Benson
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William Shanks
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When Dave's relief manager lets him down at short notice he asks Terry to step into the breach and run the Winchester Club for him. Dave's failure to show up the following day gets Terry and Arthur worrying, not least because they need to attend court in Dave's place in order to apply for the renewal of the Club's licence - firmly opposed by Detective Sergeant Rycott. Written by Alex Andrews

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9 January 1989 (UK)  »

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[looking at a writing desk in the auction house]
Arthur Daley: Your modern entrepreneur is constantly gazing into the crystal ball of opportunity.
Terry McCann: And what do your crystal balls tell you about that then, eh? Is there gonna be a big rush on firewood?
Arthur Daley: No, Terry. That is... that is "an Indian ebony and porcupine quill workbox, nineteenth century". Described as "distressed".
Terry McCann: Distressed?
Arthur Daley: Yes, that is a term they use in the auctioneering world.
Terry McCann: Yeah, loosely translated as "knackered"!
Arthur Daley: As with most things in this ...
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