A Touch of Frost (1992– )
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If Dogs Run Free: Part 2 

Frost becomes engaged to Christine Moorehead while trying to put crime kingpin Gerry Berland behind bars and trying to unmask a copycat killer.

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Supt Mullett
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Police Collator
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Sally Berland
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Christine Moorhead
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Tom Viner
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Carolyn Viner
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Gregory Salmond
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Allen Moorhead
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Alice Parmenter
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Jenny Mallinger
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Storyline

Christine survives her ordeal and grows closer to Jack, who meets her apparently friendly ex-husband. To silence Lisowski,a drug addict, Berland gives him an extra strong fix,which kills him. Frost realises the two men know each other but decides to bide his time. However,he has a piece of good fortune when Salmond, Berland's cocky solicitor, has his car stole by joy-riding colleagues and Salmond's large,personal stash of cocaine is found in the car.Frost levers him into revealing the location of the site where Berland trains his fighting dogs and from here on Berland's world collapses. Sean kills himself and Sally leaves him, watched by Neil's mother,who takes her boy to the police to confess everything. The copy cat criminal is revealed as the child of a bent copper exposed by Frost and seeking revenge. There is a stand-off atop a high building but Frost survives to marry Christine. There is, however, an uninvited wedding guest who may well cloud the happiness of the day. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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5 April 2010 (UK)  »

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Frost reveals his Christian name, William. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Insp. Jack Frost: George! George! Come here! I suppose there is no doubt that it was arson.
D.S. Toolan: Well, the Chief Fire Officer thinks so, yes.
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Route 66
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Composed by Bobby Troup (1946)
Opening several lines sung by Gerry Berland
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A Bit Maudlin, But Still a Good Story
4 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Things move along nicely for about sixty percent of this final episode in the series. The guilt begins to work the minds of the young men responsible for their classmate's death. The once resilient dogfight manager and drug pusher, begins to fall apart at the seams. It's a case of too many coincidences and too much cover-up. The down part is the whole love angle with Frost and RSPCA woman. These two episodes, combined, are over three hours. In much of that time, nothing happens. We are introduced to a tertiary character; the husband of Frost's new found love. We come to realize that he is an alcoholic and loses control when drunk. The ending is a bit too pat and rather sad. Still, there is a bit of closure and an epiphany for Jack. I'm glad I viewed all these episodes a second time.


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