Henry and his team are called to a private boarding school where police Commander Colin Stilwell's son Alex has been beaten up by local youths. Henry initially encounters a wall of insular hostility from the establishment before Alex points him to another pupil, who has blackmailed the Chemistry teacher into manufacturing Ecstasy tablets, which he is selling around the school. Gary meanwhile creates a new blend of mustard and attracts the attention of a large food manufacturer who offer to market it. However, they want to alter the recipe, making it taste more bland, whereupon Gary, taking a leaf from Henry's book, puts his culinary principles first and tells them that the deal is off. Written by
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Did You Know?
The actor playing Mr. Quicke, James Faulkner, and the actor playing Alex Stillwell, Leo Faulkner, are father and son in real life. See more
Ronald Quicke had his forehead split open when he was a pupil at the school. The large scar on his head only appears in one shot - when Quicke is exercising in the gym. In all other close-up shots of his face the scar is missing. See more