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Kirsten, Julie's Nurse
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Bede is told that Harvey Wratten owed a million pounds to Turkish drugs importer for a lost delivery and proposes a new deal to the Turk,smuggling drugs into the country in Arum lilies,after which he plans to quit. Gabriel believes Harvey knew his killer as he had wound his car window down to speak to him. He and his colleague Honey look for the car driver,petty crook Andy Dixon,who has gone on the run,but Jay Wratten is also on his trail,threatening his family,as is a mysterious man called Gatehouse. After the police track Andy's phone when he calls his mother up Gabriel and Wratten locate him to a park but somehow Gatehouse gets to him first and they drive away together. Written by don @ minifie-1

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12 May 2011 (UK)  »

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When Jay Wratten crashes his car he says to the driver of the other car "Get over yourself Toyota Corolla" but the car that he drove into was actually a Toyota Avensis. See more »

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Jonah Gabriel: [when his police car is caught in a traffic jam] I'm on foot! Typical fucking British car chase!
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Oh WoW (says the Top Reviewer)
30 August 2017 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Since the IMDb has been kind enough to call me a Top Reviewer (over 1350 reviews) I wanted to repay the favour with a detailed and eloquent review.

Oh wow.

That's my review.

This episode is the middle of a complicated story told via mini-series, but here is the rub: You don't need the other episodes. This instalment is so good you could watch it alone and simply be dazzled by the performances and the writing.

Rafe Spall in particular steals his scenes and makes even the Bond villains look friendly and amiable.

Oh wow.


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