Two Detectives Jack and Georgina who share chemistry but have complicated personal lives.

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 DI Jack Armstrong (9 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 Naz Omar (8 episodes, 2010-2012)
Roger Griffiths ...
 Tony (8 episodes, 2010-2012)
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 DI Georgina Dixon (6 episodes, 2012)
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 DI Kate Bishop (3 episodes, 2010)
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 Dan Bishop (3 episodes, 2010)
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 Peter Dixon (3 episodes, 2012)
Stuart Porteous ...
 Policeman (3 episodes, 2012)
Sam O'Mahony ...
 Mack (2 episodes, 2012)
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Two detectives; one is cynical and over sexed, the other an asset to the profession. Their unbalanced partnership gets them through a series of strange cases almost smoothly. While managing work life, they have to manage each other and their personal lives. Written by anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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In Series 2 Episode 2, DI Jack Armstrong (Toby Stephens) states the assumption that DI Georgina Dixon (Miranda Raison) was "watching endless episodes of 'Poirot'". Both actors played characters on Poirot; Toby Stephens as Philip Blake in "Five Little Pigs" (S9;E1) and Miranda Raison as Mademoiselle Blanche in "Cat Among the Pigeons" (S11;E2). DI Kate Bishop (Lucy Punch) did as well as Susannah Henderson in "After the Funeral" (S10;E3). See more »

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Featured in The Wright Stuff: Episode #17.150 (2012) See more »

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Comedy that like a good wine, need time to age.
1 September 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

OK so let's start with the obvious. What is Vexed? Vexed is a new BBC2 hour-long comedy focusing around two newly partnered DCIs (Detectives for USA,) Kate (Lucy Punch) and Jack (Toby Stephens.)

The outline is simple. They go solving crimes in their own way. With Jack being an arrogant, self centred, shallow man and Kate being a neurotic, violent and yet endearingly cute at times.

I like the fact that they are new partners, it gives license to explore what first impressions they give each other, and also is a very clever way of introducing the characters as they can ask questions about each other without it being strange, helping the viewer.

The comedy in the show is very British. Irony, sarcasm and quick-wit. Sometimes immature. The acting is first class. I rarely say that but this time it's spot on. Punch's and Stephens' on screen chemistry, or rather purposefully the lack of it, is near genius.

The stories are original and well thought out.

The only problem is that this show needs, and I mean needs, to be given time. 3 episodes should get you. Unfortunately this will probably be cancelled because it's not some two pints/coming of age rip off. Or rather because it hasn't got the now annoying Russell Howard.

If you love sarcasm and irony. Love misogynistic jokes being torn apart by a woman, enjoy good acting, well written stories and some genuine laugh out loud moments then you'll love this.

If you love arse and tit jokes along with ott accents and slang - then go watch repeats of two pints on Dave or Gold.


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