A website highlighting unexplained disappearances alerts the team to the death of young mechanic Christopher Collins seven years earlier. Sandra discovers he was really called Tommy Barton,... See full summary »

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Jason Hibbert (as Adam G Goodwin)
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A website highlighting unexplained disappearances alerts the team to the death of young mechanic Christopher Collins seven years earlier. Sandra discovers he was really called Tommy Barton, and was on a witness protection scheme having testified against drugs baron Derek Robinson. He was, though, a drug smuggler himself and was having an affair with his boss's wife. In tracing the killer the team is much aided by the hypnotherapist treating Brian's insomnia and they also learn that UCOS will not be terminated to save money. Written by don @ minifie-1

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As UCOS interview an ex-police officer to discover Barton's real identity, a figure in a white hat can be seen reflected in the French windows behind the interviewee. See more »

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[first lines]
Gerry Standing: A thousand uniform officers have gone already; it stands to reason there's going to be more redundancies.
Brian Lane: Yeah, you're right.
Jack Halford: You're being paranoid.
Brian Lane: Paranoid? Me?
Gerry Standing: Just because we're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get us.
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It's Alright
Written by Mike Moran
Sung by Dennis Waterman
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Brian's sleeping problem
6 October 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Brian is experiencing sleeping problems, and is reluctant to take sleeping pills. The UCOS gang offer helpful tips. Esther issues him an ultimatum...get professional help or sleep on the sofa.

I loved Brian's helpful line about the power of the internet being harnessed worldwide to use crimes. The flipside sadly is the power of the internet for bad and fake news if you know what I mean. Anyway, the episode deals with a police informant who was found murdered, and there are hints of a leak in the informant unit.

Nicholas Beveney is impressive and it's good to see him with a substantial role.

As the UCOS gang approach the end of season 9, their future is uncertain as is the norm with seasons close to wrapping up. DAC Strickland isn't even sure about the future of UCOS. Thankfully by the end of the episode, it's all right, it's okay.


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