The team meets a girl called Jo, who is heckling Right Wing comedian Ray Harris. Her aunt Sarah Jones and Sarah's partner Daniel disappeared twenty-five years earlier whilst engaged in a ... See full summary »

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D.A.C. Strickland
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Esther Lane
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John Henshaw ...
Ray Harris
Madeleine Herrington ...
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The team meets a girl called Jo, who is heckling Right Wing comedian Ray Harris. Her aunt Sarah Jones and Sarah's partner Daniel disappeared twenty-five years earlier whilst engaged in a campaign against Ray's sexist and racist routines. The pair actually infiltrated an extreme group of Nazi supporters called the Twenty-Fours, which numbered Ray, policeman Frank Paterson and Ricky Hanson who killed Jack's wife. Frank was also undercover,trying, unsuccessfully, to bust Hanson's drug racket but now joins with Sandra to nail Hanson once and for all, with unexpected help from Hanson's son Luke, who has made a shocking discovery about his father. Ricky Hanson is charged with murdering the couple - and, at long last, there is closure for Jack too. Written by don @ minifie-1

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In this episode, Sandra remarks, "The Traveling Wilburys have returned." Coincidentally, the theme song to this show, "It's Alright" (2003) is often compared to a song by The Traveling Wilburys ("End of the Line" 1989), which also uses the refrain "It's all right." See more »

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[first lines]
Gerry Standing: What're we doing here?
Emily Driscoll: It's a surprise. Come on.
Gerry Standing: Oh, all right.
[to doorman]
Gerry Standing: Hiya.
Emily Driscoll: So, what do you think?
Gerry Standing: It's great.
Emily Driscoll: Ah, there they are.
Gerry Standing: You didn't drag them here as well!
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It's Alright
Written by Mike Moran
Sung by Dennis Waterman
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Jack has the last laugh
8 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pop culture references abound in this episode with references to The Traveling Wilburys, Life on Mars, and Rain Man (this was where Ricky Hanson referred to Brian as Rain Man).

Talking of Ricky, he appears in this episode and gets his just desserts as it's revealed he engaged in incest with his daughter. Oh dear. He finally gets his just desserts for the murder of Jack's wife, and the episode ends with Jack offering reassuring words to his late wife in the backyard memorial.


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