Sam and Annie investigate a world of suburban swingers' parties to investigate a murder.

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Sam and Annie investigate a world of suburban swingers' parties to investigate a murder.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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Avon, who the Beauvoir company was based on, were happy for their name to be used in the show but BBC lawyers got a bit nervous according to an interview in the book with episode writer and co-creator, Ashley Pharoah. Hence the cosmetic name change! See more »

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Carol Twilling puts Santana's 'Samba Pa Ti' (from their album 'Abraxas') on the stereo at the drinks party attended by Tyler and Cartwright.. 'Abraxas' was released by CBS records, but the record Twilling is holding appears to have an Island Records label on it. See more »

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[Sam, Gene, Ray and Chris are covertly bugging a suspect's garage. Suddenly, a police siren can be heard outside]
Ray Carling: The law! The law!
Gene Hunt: Get down, you div!
[they all duck behind a car]
Sam Tyler: [realising] *We are* the law, you bloody clowns!
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When the City Sleeps
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Written by Woolly Wolstenholme
Performed by Barclay James Harvest
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Not an average party
3 August 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

While the last episode wasn't bad in any way, apart from the big stunt it felt a bit flat. This episode however is much better, and builds on the Sam Tyler mystery, while also offering a good crime story as well.

It's really nice to see Annie being given more to do, and it was fun to see her and Sam having to play at being a couple at the seedy party.

As ever of course there are some lovely Gene Hunt and an episode doesn't go by without me thinking "he could never get away with saying that now". He is a great character.

A much better episode


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