A cheer leading coach is bludgeoned to death with a hammer after her team loses a tough competition.

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Ian Kelsey ...
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Ian Butchers
Nicholas Murchie ...
Tony Shap
Belinda Everett ...
Kat Skerton
Saskia Wickham ...
Louise Hogg
Ceallach Spellman ...
Eden Garrity ...
Ellie Lewis
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Anita Burgess
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Jess Burgess
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Natasha Thompson Wild ...
Melanie Gaskell (as Natasha Thompson-Wild)
Carolyn Backhouse ...
Helen Gaskell
Chord Melodic ...
Kyle Torrance (as Chris Hall)
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Judge (as Liz Hume-Dawson)
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After a girls' cheerleading team loses a grueling competition, the coach is found lying in a pool of blood bludgeoned to death by a hammer in her garage. Rather than being the tightly-knit team, members of the team harbor resentments, especially after their loss. Written by (duke1029@aol.com)

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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7 September 2009 (UK)  »

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Janine Lewis: [to Allen. Contemptuously] Off the record< I just wanted to say I think you're a shit!
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Sibling rivalry
18 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

The female coach of a cheerleading team is found, by her own daughter, brutally murdered in her own garage. The first indications are that she was a highly popular and loved woman, but not long after a darker side of her begins to be revealed; for starters, she (a married woman) and her niece (also a cheerleader) seemed to share the same boyfriend!

This is the first "Blue Murder" episode I've watched so far that I don't really having anything to say about, positive or negative. It's not bad, it's merely average and has a definite "seen it before" air about it. The cheerleading world, pretty much the only "new" to the series aspect of the episode, is largely ignored. **1/2 out of 4.


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