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Jack and the team reopen the investigation into the undetermined death of an elderly woman, partly consumed by her hordes of cats, whose decision to leave her estate to her cats sparked a family feud. When the deceased's pets die, her money and property comes back up for grabs, leaving the detectives with no choice but to get to the bottom of her mysterious demise. Written by Anonymous

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[first lines]
Jack Halford: Hello. Um, uh, my name's Jack Halford. I've come to sign my will.
Blunt's Recepionist: Ah, right.
Jonathan Blunt: Aah, Mr Halford. At last we meet again.
Jack Halford: [picking up will] Perhaps I should read it through.
Jonathan Blunt: Well, you're more than welcome to, but the wording is exactly as we said it would be three years ago. Have your circumstances changed at all since Mrs Halford passed on.
Jack Halford: No no, no, nothings changed.
Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman: Then sign it.
Harry Hepple: [bursting in] I have to see him now. Right.
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The Lambeth Walk
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Written by Douglas Furber, L. Arthur Rose and Noel Gay
Performed by David Bamber and Old Folks
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Cats (not the musical)
10 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here the UCOS folk investigate a suspicious death of Dorothy, who owned many cats running wild, and who were named as beneficiaries in her will, much to the consternation of Dorothy's relatives.

I was surprised that the legendary Jeff Rawle, who was fantastic in Drop the Dead Donkey, didn't get on-screen credit along with the other support stars (e.g. David Bamber, Adrian Scarborough) after the opening credits rolled. I saw that with respect to David (excellent in the original British production of House of Cards) an Adrian, who I remember from a Midsomer Murders episode.

Anyway, Harry Hepple (played by Adrian) is exposed when he lives a fake high-flying lifestyle in a bank, but is really a barista. Also Dale Hewson (played by David) is exposed in front of the old ladies for his ulterior motives.


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