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The Common Wealth 

The Doyles are hot on the trail of an international art thief as they try to help a federal cop buddy bring her to justice before she can elude him once again; Constable Hayward makes a ... See full summary »

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Malachy Doyle
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Rose Miller
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Des Courtney
Marthe Bernard ...
Tinny Doyle
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Wolf Redmond
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Shane Garrett
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Angus Farris
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James Bennett
Bob Cole ...
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The Doyles are hot on the trail of an international art thief as they try to help a federal cop buddy bring her to justice before she can elude him once again; Constable Hayward makes a grave mistake with career-impacting implications; Leslie struggles as she deals with an important family issue.

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17 February 2013 (Canada)  »

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[when Monica approaches, Natalie suddenly places a knife at her throat]
Natalie Hurst: This is your neck. I can slice it open with one move.
Monica Hayward: Okay... take it easy.
[Natalie grabs Monica's pistol and jams it under the detective's jaw]
Monica Hayward: Ohhh, you're not going to like what happens next.
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A lively send up of heist movies
5 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

This may be my favourite single episode so far for humour. I laughed out loud several times and that doesn't often happen.

Generally speaking, it's about theft of a treasure from a fine art gallery by a globe-trotting pro thief who knows how to blend in. The plot is more sophisticated than many in the series, but lighthearted. Only a touch here and there of deeper emotion takes us further into the series characters' personal lives.

There's great slapstick humour in this episode, and you won't be bugged by Jake being mean to Des, because he's not the butt this time. Other shifts include Tinny being tested in a different way. A few recurring characters mix with new faces.

Most enjoyable.


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