The death bed confession of a former MI6 head reveals that Suzie Carter, key witness in a major corruption trial a couple of decades earlier, did not commit suicide by jumping out of a window as imagined but was pushed - by the police officers who were supposed to protect her. The case is re-opened but the officers themselves are now being targeted by an assassin. Bodie and Doyle, with new young colleague Tony, must find out who is ordering the hits and why. Written by
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Did You Know?
In the scene where Goodman fires at Bodie's Ford Capri as Bodie and Doyle are chasing him, the car is seen to swerve violently. This is because it suffered a genuine blow-out while stuntman Peter Brayham was driving it. This was explained in the story by an unscripted shot of Goodman firing at the car's tyre. See more
In the dialogue, Susie is said to have been pushed from a ninth storey window in room 96, but when Bodie and Doyle investigate, they only appear to be four or five storeys up. See more
's character was referred to throughout the episode as Frank Goodman but he was credited as Sammy. See more