Annie Irvine, charismatic evangelist and founder of the left-wing Workers-Christian Alliance, arrives back in England having survived an assassination attempt in Chicago and Cowley, an old flame of hers, charges Doyle and Bodie to protect her. They are highly amused to think of their boss as having had a love life. They detain a right-wing opponent of the Alliance but the real danger comes from Annie's managers, who seek to capitalize on her 'martyrdom'. Annie is saved but things will never be the same between her and her 'Georgie'. Written by
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In the "Cowley and a woman" dialogue scene, Bodie and Doyle are driving the Capri. Suddenly the scene cuts to a long shot of a yellow Granada. See more
[Bodie and Doyle are acting as bodyguards for Annie Irving; she has hinted that she and Cowley used to be very close.
I was just thinking: Cowley and a woman!
Yeah - he'd kick the door down... throw her on the bed...
...and frisk her!!
[they both laugh
Edited from All Coppers Are...