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Long Live the King 

While Annie prods George (still pining for Nina) into helping Hugh regain his ex-girlfriend, Mitchell must commit a heinous act in his struggle to rein in the vampire community.

Director:

Colin Teague

Writers:

Toby Whithouse (creator), Lucy Catherine
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Lenora Crichlow ... Annie Sawyer
Russell Tovey ... George
Aidan Turner ... Mitchell
Sinéad Keenan ... Nina
Lyndsey Marshal ... Lucy
Donald Sumpter ... Kemp
Amy Manson ... Daisy
Rebecca Cooper Rebecca Cooper ... Cara
Mark Fleischmann ... Technician
Lauren O'Neil Lauren O'Neil ... Kirsty
Ian Puleston-Davies ... Chief Constable Wilson
Pearce Quigley ... Catholic Priest
John Stahl ... Quinn
Nathan Wright Nathan Wright ... Hugh
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Storyline

Three hundred and sixty years after supposed Satanists were executed in the catacombs of Bristol, vampire attacks re-commence. Though Chief Constable Wilson refuses to be drawn into speculation by journalists, he, in fact, knows all about vampires, having done business with Herrick, and now with Mitchell. Mitchell addresses an assembly of vampires, telling them they must refrain from blood or else be hunted to extinction. Despite initial opposition led by Daisy, he is ultimately accepted as their new vampire king. Lucy is intrigued when a vampire victim brought to the hospital supposedly kills himself, but Mitchell is unable to tell her anything, which makes their first date a disaster. Having successfully re-united Hugh with his ex-girlfriend Kirsty, George gets a call from Nina, who is about to do "something wonderful." And the identity of the mysterious and threatening Prof. Jagget is finally revealed. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14
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Music:
  • Strange and Beautiful, by Matt Hales, from the album Strange and Beautiful (2002)
  • Employee of the Month, by The Anomalies, from the album Free Soup (2009)
  • Dog Days are Over, by Florence and the Machine, from the album Lungs (2009)
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Quotes

George: You can't go interfering with people's lives like that.
Annie: It's not interfering, it's more like regime change.
George: Oh, 'cause that's never gone wrong.
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References The Apprentice UK (2005) See more »

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Dog Days Are Over
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Written by Florence Welch and Isabella Summers
Performed by Florence and the Machine
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 2010 (UK) See more »

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