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Nothing Will Come of Nothing 

The team investigate the disappearance of a local lothario from a casino run by two eccentric sisters.

Director:

Matt Carter

Writers:

Paul Matthew Thompson (created by), Jude Tindall (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Mark Benton ... Frank Hathaway
Jo Joyner ... Luella Shakespeare
Patrick Walshe McBride ... Sebastian Brudenell (as Patrick Walshe Mcbride)
Amber Aga ... DI Marlowe
Annette Badland ... Ms Rose King
Gillian Bevan ... Queenie King
Kate O'Flynn ... Ava Foyle
Leonardo Salerni ... Lorenzo Foyle
Clare Wille ... Lady Eugenie Chaucer
David Langham ... Jasper Snout
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The team investigate the disappearance of a local lothario from a casino run by two eccentric sisters.

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Comedy | Drama | Mystery

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TV-PG
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Title is a quote from the eponymous King Lear in Act 1 Scene 1: "How? Nothing will come of nothing. Speak again." See more »

Goofs

Counting cards is a technique for winning at blackjack, not poker. In the version of poker they were playing you would see your 2 cards plus the 5 turned by the dealer, and that's all. Plus the deck is reshuffled after every hand, so there's nothing to count. See more »

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Over the top, but plenty of fun.
30 January 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Handsome Italian Lothario Lorenzo goes missing, leaving behind a wide and unborn child. Frank and Lu are called in by Eva, Lorenzo's hard working other half.

I really enjoyed this one, the show is at its best when it's a little bit eccentric, and this one certainly is, the characters are nuts, I loved Annette Badland as one of the sisters, I bet she had enormous fun in that outfit.

It has a definite kitsch charm, and the casino setting adds to the atmosphere. Sebastian was ok good form here too.

Loved it. 8/10


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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 2019 (UK) See more »

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