Being Human: Season 1, Episode 2

Tully (1 Aug. 2009)

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George is approached by another werewolf who offers to teach him how to deal with his rare affliction.



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George is not pleased to find that Mitchell has asked the neighbours round in his efforts to make the two of them seem more human. He is even less happy to be followed home by Tully, another, more experienced, werewolf, who gives him handy survival hints. Tully is also a ladies' man who shows George how to score with a frosty nurse and George is eventually won over. Mitchell resists the urge to bite a neighbour with a cut finger but Herrick is in the locality, herding away Lauren, Mitchell's ex-. George is deeply shocked when Tully confesses his real reason for coming to see him and they part for good. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Tully tells George that he has a brain the size of a planet. This is how Marvin in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) described himself. See more »


[first lines]
Mitchell: [V.O. over George's transformation] He should be dead within 30 seconds. The werewolf heart is about two-thirds the size of a human's; but, in order to shrink, first, it has to stop. In other words, he has a heart attack. All the internal organs are smaller; so, while he's having his heart attack, he's having a liver and kidney failure too, and if he stops screaming, it's not because the pain has dulled: his throat, gullet, and vocal chords are tearing and reforming. He literally ...
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