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Jack's finally discovered the identity of the hit-and-run driver who murdered his wife and he is now prepared to risk everything to kill the man responsible: crook Ricky Hanson. Determined ... See full summary »

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Jack Halford
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D.A.C. Strickland
Susan Jameson ...
Esther Lane
Carolyn Allen ...
Carole
Natalie Forbes ...
Jayne
Heather James ...
Alison
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Ricky Hanson
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Duncan Freedman
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Jack's finally discovered the identity of the hit-and-run driver who murdered his wife and he is now prepared to risk everything to kill the man responsible: crook Ricky Hanson. Determined that Hanson should meet the same fate as his wife, Jack lies in wait in a pub car park, engine running. Sandra becomes aware of the situation. She acts fast to prevent him confronting his nemesis, but it results in a crash that jeopardises the future of the entire team. With Jack, Gerry and Brian hospitalised, Sandra's forced to accept temporary help at UCOS from the super-efficient DCI Karen Hardwick, a woman who irritates Pullman on every level. As she struggles to keep the truth behind the crash a secret from Strickland, Sandra becomes deeply suspicious that Hardwick's been recruited to spy on her. And with Jack clearly on the edge and suffering temporary memory loss since the crash, Sandra has her work cut out in trying to keep Hardwick in the dark. Threatened by a new face in the office and ... Written by Anonymous

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James Bolam and Lynda Bellingham starred together in the ITV sitcom "Second Thoughts". See more »

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Lynda Bellingham's character is listed in the credits as Det. Supt. Karen Hardwick; however, she is introduced and always referred to as D.C.I. or Detective Chief Inspector Karen Hardwick. See more »

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[last lines]
Det. Supt. Karen Hardwick: I'm off.
Brian Lane: Where to?
Det. Supt. Karen Hardwick: Malaga. As of ten minutes ago, I'm officially retired. Adiós.
Gerry Standing: Guv'nor, can I have a week off?
Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman: No!
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In memory of Tom Horovitch, 1970-2007. See more »

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It's Alright
Written by Mike Moran
Sung by Dennis Waterman
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This episode sucked smelly butt
24 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

OMG, this was a well bad episode, I mean, what the hell was Ricky Hanson thinking trying to kill Jack and Brian and if it were up to me, they should have replaced it about one with David Mitchell and Robert Webb as counterfieters.

Hell-bent on avenging his wife's death, Jack is prepared to risk everything to kill the man responsible, Ricky Hanson. As Sandra becomes aware of the dangerous situation Jack has put himself in, she has to act fast to prevent him confronting his nemesis resulting in a crash that jeopardises the future of the entire team.

With Gerry, Brian and Jack hospitalised, Sandra is forced to accept temporary help at UCOS from the super efficient DCI Karen Hardwick, a woman who irritates Pullman on every level. Threatened by a new face in the office and desperate to prove that they are still a crack team even from a hospital bed, the boys need a case. So when their consultant Dr Finlay McKenzie mentions the suspicious death of a patient on their ward ten years ago, they seize the opportunity to reinvestigate hoping it will hold the team together.

Casualty, that is well bad


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