Torchwood (2006–2011)
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When the villainous Captain John Hart returns to abduct Captain Jack Harkness whilst unleashing a wave of destruction and terror upon an unsuspecting Cardiff, it's up to Gwen, Ianto, Owen ... See full summary »

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When the villainous Captain John Hart returns to abduct Captain Jack Harkness whilst unleashing a wave of destruction and terror upon an unsuspecting Cardiff, it's up to Gwen, Ianto, Owen and Tosh to save the day. Meanwhile, Captain Jack Harkness is forced to face some demons from his past. Written by The_Sandheaver

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Owen Harper was born on February 14, 1980. See more »

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Jack Harkness is not Captain Jack's real name, as we all know; as he's from the Boshane Peninsula in the 54th century; his real name has yet to be revealed. Yet when his brother Grey finds he and Captain John Hart (in the year 27 AD in what will one day be Cardiff) Grey calls out "JACK!!" As his brother, Grey would certainly know his real name, and would not call him Jack. See more »

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PC Andy: They just appeared out of nowhere, across the whole building. They weren't human. At least not like any human I've ever seen. The whole station is in shock. The four most senior officers murdered. Everyone is running around like headless chickens.
PC Andy: [Andy sees Rhys enter] Whoa, whoa, whoa, Rhys, what are you doing here? This is a crime scene, and a confidential crime scene at that.
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PC Andy: If it gets out what happened here there will be a citywide panic.
Gwen Cooper: Rhys isn't gonna go blabbing.
Rhys Williams: Yeah, I'm ...
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Featured in Torchwood Declassified: Children of Earth (2009) See more »

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Torchwood Theme
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Written by Murray Gold
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I will miss you
23 September 2009 | by (Belgrade,Serbia) – See all my reviews

After Torchwood team escapes from the ruins. Captain John Hart appears with Gray, Jakcs long lost younger brother who seems to be his prisoner and threatens Torchwood. Jack returns alone to Torchwood,only to find there John who expresses his love for him just before he shoots him. When Jack wakes up he is chained and John uses his time bracelet to cause him pain. At the police station four senior officers have been murdered by weevils and Gwen and Rhys arrive to investigate. Andy gets angry because Rhys is present, but when John ask them all to go to the top of the buildings, he activates explosives and the Cardiff ends up in flames. Then John kidnaps Jack and returns him to 27.AD where Jack is united with Gray. But is this a happy reunion of two brothers? The story was well written. Some of the dialogs were heart breaking, specially the ones between Tosh and Owen at the very end of the series finale. Gwen was tough taking command at the police station and as Andy said to Rhys he was a lucky sod. Can someone really hold a grudge for so long? I think that Jacks penitence was taken to the extreme horror! I must admit I never saw it coming. Why did screen writers decided to eliminate some of Torcwood team members? To conclude the series two did break some, if not all boundaries of known cinema. Some plots were unbelievable, some dialogs were hilarious but in its own way Torchwood is unique. For me sexual orientation of the characters was not the reason for watching. The evolution of characters however was. I would only wish that the ending climax did not involved anyone dying.


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