The Unit: Season 3, Episode 11

Side Angle Side (18 Dec. 2007)

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Jonas is asked to turn on an old friend, and things get complicated when Charlotte Canning reappears; at home, Kim fields a call from a depressed army wife who won't give up her location, ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Molly Blane (credit only)
Tiffy Gerhardt (credit only)
Devon Burke
Jonathan Avigdori ...
Muhammad Nazir
Heather Burke
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Jonas is asked to turn on an old friend, and things get complicated when Charlotte Canning reappears; at home, Kim fields a call from a depressed army wife who won't give up her location, and Charles feels guilty when he turns to Annie for comfort. Written by layle

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Side Angle Side is a geometry theorem more commonly written as SAS, this is also the abbreviation for the British Special Forces; the Special Air Service. See more »


Although most of it takes place in London, England, none of the cars show English license plates. This includes the car of the main English character. The visible plates are all French, ending with the number 75, indicating they are from Paris, France. See more »


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not the best episode of the series
3 October 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

with the quality and intensity of the previous episodes, and the climax building with Molly's back story, this was a poor episode.

Two reasons stand out.

First; when The Agency showed an episode set in London, some years ago, it was outdated with it's portrayal of 21st Century London. Unfortunately The Unit has not actually been to London and it shows.

As stated before, Red phone boxes, Red buses are no more. I understand this was shot on a back lot in LA, but could someone please update it. Get BT to export you some new phone boxes for starters.

Second issue, character development, or lack of in the London characters. This is not the high standard that made this show a hit, and despite the writing issues at the time, it will not do for a show of this quality.

I hope that the next season gets back to the standards of Series 2 and early Series 3.

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