As Keel goes to see his doctor about his terminal illness Stephen hears that Lewis and his secretary,the innocents Keel had implied to Turner were the witnesses to Cage's murder, have ... See full summary »




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Episode credited cast:
Sam Hunter
Deacon Crane
Zoe Morgan
Fatima Zahir
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Roya Amiri ...
Forensic Officer
Tom Beard ...
Doc Brown ...
Tyrone (as Ben Bailey-Smith)
Paul Buchanan ...
Chief Security Officer
Tom Cornish ...
Arms Dealer


As Keel goes to see his doctor about his terminal illness Stephen hears that Lewis and his secretary,the innocents Keel had implied to Turner were the witnesses to Cage's murder, have committed suicide but he is not convinced and tells Everett,the inspector in charge. Slowly he begins to see that his father has blood on his hands and will stop at nothing to get the dam. Sam has slept with Stephen and,in his room,discovers a document from the Polyhedrus corporation,who built the dam and whose directors include Dr Goebel and Dr Hill,whom she rescued from Faroux in Morocco. She goes to see Hill but he claims no knowledge of Hour-glass or a conspiracy. Fatima Zahir arrives in London for a fund raising rally to keep the dam in Pakistani hands.Ian suspects Turner plans to have her assassinated and races to a flat from where he believes the sniper will strike,only to find that he has been set up when the sniper kills Dr Hill,who has acted as whistle-blower to Fatima as he goes to meet her. ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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23 November 2012 (USA)  »

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Sam gets involved with Stephen
9 November 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It seems the end game is approaching as the sale of the dam should soon be agreed; unless something can be done it looks like Jack Turner will gets his hands on it despite Byzantium's efforts. Evidence suggests that Jack Turner is planning to have Pakistani presidential candidate, and opponent of the sale, Fatima Zahir assassinated during a visit to London. Sam meanwhile is getting much closer to Turner's son Stephen; in fact she is now sleeping with him. In his room he finds a document from the Polyhedrus Corporation and she recognises a couple of names in it; Dr Goerbel and Dr. Hill; the latter was the man she rescued in Tangier in the first episode before the attempt on her life… it would appear that events there are linked to current events. If she wants to know what Hill is involved with she will have to find away into Polyhedrus… and then she will have to get out again. Away from the actions of Sam and Byzantium Stephen Turner is getting suspicious about a number of recent deaths and believes his own father may have been involved somehow.

As the series approaches its conclusion it is nice to get a few answers although the most important questions remain unanswered; namely what is Byzantium and who wanted Sam dead? Most of the episode was fairly action free as various clues were followed and suspicions raised; however the action picked up when Sam went to Polyhedrus and got into an impressive if short fight with the guards and the finale where Tyrone, the assassin takes his shot. Tyrone is proving to be a particularly unpleasant character as he kills a few people including Rafi the Rabbit… a man in a rabbit costume! As the episode concluded it looked as if Sam's cover was blown… it is a shame that it is another week till we can find out how she gets out of that!

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