Hotel Babylon (2006–2009)
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Episode #1.7 

Riled and suddenly untrusting, she not only interviews all of the staff, but also calls in an auditor - much to the distress of Gino and Jackie, whose stocktake figures are complete fantasy... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Charlie Edwards
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Jackie Clunes
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Anna Thornton-Wilton
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Tony Casemore
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Ben Trueman
Martin Marquez ...
Gino Primirola
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Derek Crisp
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James Schofield (as Ray Coulthard)
Ian Bonar ...
Dave Wiltshire
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Tanya Mihajlov (as Danira Govic)
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Adam Crisp
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Lenny
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Lady Imogen Patton
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Riled and suddenly untrusting, she not only interviews all of the staff, but also calls in an auditor - much to the distress of Gino and Jackie, whose stocktake figures are complete fantasy. Meanwhile, Anna is leading a teenage virtuoso violinist into naughtiness. Derek the doorman manages to persuade Rebecca, via Charlie to interview his wayward son for a job at the hotel. The lad is rubbish, though. About to break the bad news to Derek, Charlie realises the awful truth from something the dooorman says - Derek must be the hotel thief. Rebecca must maintain her professional stance and hand Derek his P45. The anguish doesn't end there, despite Tony's good work in heading-off ball-crunching auditor Ms Merchant with some well-placed bribes. A disgruntled hotel guest surprises everyone by revealing himself to be a hotel inspector - and issuing a damning threat! Written by Rune Thandy

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2 March 2006 (UK)  »

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Tony offers Miss Merchant lunch at The Ivy. This is one of London's top theatre restaurants, opened in 1917 by Abel Glandellini and Mario Gallati. See more »

Goofs

When Charlie is talking to Derek, the doorman, the year 1974 is mentioned. Charlie says it's the year he was born but in episode #1.4 when Rebecca is checking Charlie's resume we can see that he's been born in 1975. See more »

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