Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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You're Nicked 

A performance artist policeman sets a mystery while pensioner Frank Hooper visits the CLC to use the computers. When phones go missing, it's Frank who is immediately under suspicion.




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Episode credited cast:
Jonathan Beilby ...
Dequaine Brown ...
Theo Benson
Alison Simmons
Paul Gilmore ...
Mr. McDonnell
Mrs. Rawlinson
Darcy Isa ...
Andrea O'Mally (as Darcey Isa)
John Jardine ...
Frank Hooper
Sam Lewis ...
Holly Mann ...
Sammy Lee (as Holly Mai)
Jack McMullen ...
Tigger Johnson
Alex Sheldon ...
Ed Booth
Mia Smith ...
Chloe Moore
Richard Standing ...
PC McGuffin
Tom Stott ...
Kevin 'Laxo' Archer


A performance artist is due to come to school. A pensioner, Frank Hooper, arrives with some enthusiasm to use the computer facilities of the CLC: Alison and Sammy are convinced he is the artiste and start drawing him. The true performer, Mr. McGuffin, makes himself known to Mr. McDonnell - he is dressed as a policeman and sets up a mystery for the Year 7's to solve, aided by Tigger and Ed. Unfortunately, the boys have real life problems - their mobile phones are stolen from their bags. Tigger's immediate thought is to blame Chloe, who in turn has seen the fake policeman and is concerned her many crimes have been found out. Tigger and Ed inform Mrs. Rawlinson, and they jump to the conclusion that the thief is Frank Hooper. Chloe discovers the policeman is a fake, but unfortunately the real police have been called, and she tries to tug off the beard off of the real McCoy. After a confused muddle of accusations, it's Laxo who has worked out the true thief - Mr. McGuffin, the fake ... Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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16 June 2008 (UK)  »

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