The team get involved when graffiti claiming 'I Killed Flak' appears around London, Flak being tag artist Danny Tyler,killed four years earlier. He was part of an artist collective the Maze... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Chris Barnes ...
Bob Tyler
Kevin Humphreys
Gail Shaw
Sara Hamlyn
Sir David Bryant (as Simon Maccorkindale)
Catherine Bryant
Simon Gregor ...
Intense Man
Jason Bishop
Shane Evens
Jot Davies ...
Warehouse Guard


The team get involved when graffiti claiming 'I Killed Flak' appears around London, Flak being tag artist Danny Tyler,killed four years earlier. He was part of an artist collective the Maze Group which broke up when Danny received patronage to go solo from art lover Sir David Bryant,a fact which caused resentment from others in the group. Gallery owner Sara Hamlyn admits responsibility for the current graffiti,a publicity stunt for her Flak exhibition but draws the team's attention to a theft from her gallery of one of Flak's works before he died. The team are led to believe that Sir David stole it as he needed money and killed Flak during the resultant argument. Another ex-Maze group member Kevin Humphreys has been blackmailing Sir David as a result. But then Bryant's wife Catherine gives Sandra information which puts things in a different light. Brian has all the while been enjoying a following on Twitter as Top Cop 99,a fact which almost puts the case in jeopardy. Written by don @ minifie-1

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This was the final acting role of Simon MacCorkindale (Sir David Bryant) before his death on October 14, 2010 at the age of 58. This episode originally aired only six days before he died. See more »


[first lines]
Brian Lane: [as he keys into computer] Arrived at the major crime unit this morning, ready for action. This is my world. Feels like the calm before the storm. But I know that I'll be kicking down doors before long.
[computer beeps]
Brian Lane: Oh, no. I... Come on, Brian, come on, think, think, think.
[starts keying again]
Brian Lane: On my way in this morning, I played a game that keeps me sharp. Spot the criminal. It's the game I always win. Cop is in my DNA.
[computer beeps again]
Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman: Morning.
Brian Lane: [in a strangled voice] Bry, ...
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Written by Mike Moran
Sung by Dennis Waterman
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Leon Ockenden as the Graffiti Artist was TERRIBLE!!
2 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just saw a re-run of this episode and had to turn it off as it was totally destroyed by the God awful performance of Leon Ockenden who played the Graffiti artist!

Possibly the worst piece of TV acting I have seen in a decade. With so many actors out of work how on Earth was he the best choice?? His accent, his demeanour everything was totally off. I am surprised Dennis Waterman and Amanda Redman didn't stop the shoot!

Is this just another example of BBC drama just lazily grabbing someone from RADA (or similar) instead of someone that actually fits the part?!

At the very least it did give me a good laugh.

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