Ashes to Ashes (2008–2010)
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Episode #3.8 

The question remains - did Gene hunt kill Sam Tyler? Alex needs to know and all is revealed in the final episode. Meanwhile the rest of the team are dealing with a Jewelry robbery and ... See full summary »

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David Drury

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Matthew Graham, Matthew Graham (creator) (co-writer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Philip Glenister ... Gene Hunt
Keeley Hawes ... Alex Drake
Dean Andrews ... Ray Carling
Marshall Lancaster ... Chris Skelton
Montserrat Lombard ... Shaz Granger
Daniel Mays ... Jim Keats
Grace Vance Grace Vance ... Molly Drake
Thomas Lockyer Thomas Lockyer ... Eric Hoorsten
Tony Marshall Tony Marshall ... Nelson
Stuart Hall Stuart Hall ... Commentator
Jon House Jon House ... Policeman
Geoffrey Streatfeild Geoffrey Streatfeild ... New arrival
Mason Kayne Mason Kayne ... Young PC (as James Mason)
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The question remains - did Gene hunt kill Sam Tyler? Alex needs to know and all is revealed in the final episode. Meanwhile the rest of the team are dealing with a Jewelry robbery and triple homicide: diamonds are missing and the bodies of three gang members have been discovered. Things don't help with Jim Keats stirring up trouble as usual between team members. Written by Anonymous

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21 May 2010 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

Shaz (Montserrat Lombard) objects to a copy of Razzle magazine in Chris (Marshall Lancaster)'s pigeon-hole. Razzle is a soft-porn magazine published by Paul Raymond, first seen on top shelves in UK newsagents' shops in 1983. Not to be confused with an earlier publication by Ritz publications from 1935-1957 that, although it contained a few topless female photographs, mainly contained saucy cartoons, in the Funny Half-Hour mould. See more »

Goofs

In the scene where Gene arrives at the land house, the rear-view mirror inside the Quattro keeps appearing and disappearing between shots. See more »

Quotes

Chris Skelton: Coming, Ray?
Ray Carling: You are and always will be... the Guv
Gene Hunt: Danger of getting poofy, Raymondo.
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Connections

References High Noon (1952) See more »

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Great way lay a show to rest
6 September 2014 | by belindar-2See all my reviews

I have to give it to the Brits. They are the best when it comes to making police dramas. I am a late comer to the likes of "Life on Mars" and" Ashes to Ashes" but I am glad I found it. The ending was the only one that I could have wanted; it gave me hope and ended the show on a great note. Even though it was fantasy, it was the way I would have wanted it to end. Phil Glenister is great in this role and now I have to find his other work and appreciate them. The entire cast delivered fantastic performance. I could follow this program for another 5 years. I will not give any spoilers; I will just say it was a great TV cop show. I hope to see more like this in the future.


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