Life on Mars (2006–2007)
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Episode #2.8 

The CID investigates the murder of a miner, and determine that a cop killer is behind it.

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Frank Morgan
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Donald Sykes
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The CID investigates the murder of a miner, and determine that a cop killer is behind it.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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Mars stands for Metropolitan Accountability and Rehabilitation Strategy. See more »

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Officer 1: You wanted me to deliver something to Psych Evaluation Division?
Sam Tyler: Yeah. It's this officer, she collects details... about trauma... it was helpful to talk about it actually.
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References RoboCop (1987) See more »

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My Coo Ca Choo
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Written by Peter Shelley
Performed by Alvin Stardust
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"What are you the narrator?"
21 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Sam Tyler: "I'm bloody sick of 1973".

Annie: "Don't worry it will be 1974 soon".

Well this is the closing of Life on Mars as a series and to me it ended on a good and a happy note that I'm totally fine with. Don't worry I won't spoil anything in this review, but without spoiling anything we must talk about Season 2 and it's season finale.

John Simm once again brings another excellent performance as Sam Tyler. He brought so much weight and likability to his character that at one point I totally forgot that John Simm was in the episodes, I only saw Sam Tyler and nothing else. Great work John Simm.

Philip Glenister as Gene Hunt is probably my favorite character of all time. Gene always have a sick but funny sense of humor and good comebacks to those who insult him. I got to give Philip Glenister a big well done for playing this character. Always making me laugh, always making me think about his actions and always...keeping my watching.

The directing and the writing has well was really good with each episodes. All of it was well done and I can clearly see the time and effort put into each different episodes.

For problems I only have one little problem: Season 2 isn't has good as the first season and that's it, yeah not such a big problem but I don't think it's on the same level as the first season but season 2 is still a solid season.


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