Twenty high-explosive devices are smuggled into England. When the first goes off killing a doctor and severely injuring her young daughter, the team scrambles to track down an American ... See full summary »
The story of an inner-city Los Angeles police precinct where some of the cops aren't above breaking the rules or working against their associates to both keep the streets safe and their ... See full summary »
Twenty high-explosive devices are smuggled into England. When the first goes off killing a doctor and severely injuring her young daughter, the team scrambles to track down an American anti-abortion activist who sneaked into the country - and may be planning a huge commemoration of her husband's execution back home in just a few days. Things are complicated by CIA insistence that the woman, if found, be extradited back to Florida, where she too will face the death penalty. Written by
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(Thou Shalt Not Kill) when Harry and Tom are talking near the lift in Thames house near the beginning, he presses the down button to call the lift but the top button lights up. The grid (where they are going) is also on a higher floor so he should not have pressed the down arrow anyway. See more »
Well, assuming she passes vetting, when might you be addressing the microscopic issue that your real name is Tom Quinn and you're a spy.
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Approximately 18 minutes, 10 seconds into this episode they show a building after a bombing.
After watching this episode a few times I recognized the building. It is the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, OK, which was bombed on April 19, 1995. There is also, in the scene, a Chevy truck with the steering wheel on the left side. I have shown this to others more expert that I and they are in agreement.
They did a good job of integrating file footage into the show. I guess that when this show was originally filmed it wasn't planned for viewing outside the UK.
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