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The show is an excellent beginning to Series 4 and has the same high quality of story line, production, characters, and locations. The writers have a gift for maintaining the main actors in character as well as the inter-relationships which is so much part of the attraction of the series. I NOTICE THAT the credits at the end of the show were incorrect. They show Karen Hardwick as a Detective Superintendent, which would have made her the same rank as Det Supt Sandra Pullman. In the show she was introduced by D A C Strickland as DCI Karen Hardwick, that is, Detective Chief Inspector. This is how she's correctly described on the cast list on this website! Bob Parry
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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