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All God's Children 

Mitchell, red with vengeance and fury, penetrates Kemp's compound while George comes upon two upsetting messages that finally put him right to how much they all stand to lose.

Director:

Charles Martin

Writer:

Toby Whithouse (created and written by)
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Episode complete credited cast:
Lenora Crichlow ... Annie Sawyer
Russell Tovey ... George
Aidan Turner ... Mitchell
Sinead Keenan ... Nina (as Sinéad Keenan)
Lyndsey Marshal ... Lucy
Donald Sumpter ... Kemp
Amy Manson ... Daisy
Jason Watkins ... Herrick
Rebecca Cooper Rebecca Cooper ... Cara
Mark Fleischmann ... Technician
Adrian Schiller ... Hennessey
Edward Franklin ... Daniel
Sara Lloyd-Gregory ... Amy McBride
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Inside Kemp's 'facility' George, believing Mitchell to be dead, listens as Lucy, justifying her work, tells him she loved Mitchell. He also hears a tape of Annie claiming to hate her ghostly existence and crave closure. To create a door Kemp kills Hennessey, his psychic, pushing both him and Annie through it. Mitchell, having slain some of Kemp's minions, is about to kill Kemp but George stops him, stating that Annie would not have wanted it. Nina, Mitchell and George all escape and three months later are living in a country cottage. Lucy visits, to apologise, but she is followed by Kemp, who kills her before he is swept through a door created by Annie. Annie appears on a television screen in a limbo from which Mitchell vows to save her but, thanks to Cara, another enemy may not be dead. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2010 (UK) See more »

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Music:
  • Saved, by John Herald, from the album Roll on John (2007)
  • No Man's Land, by David Holmes, from the album This Film's Crap Let's Slash the Seats (1995)
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Nina: Live with it. It's happening.
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What An Ending
28 February 2010 | by thereal_fozzy-1See all my reviews

When television series leave cliff hangers or open endings at the end of the final episodes of a season they do not come better than this. The very last scene was an utter shock and the return of a character we thought dead is just brilliant. The ending on Michel's vow gives us an insight to season three, now to be (apparently) set in Cardiff, can't wait.

If your not familiar with this series, and your a fan of Twilight or True Blood than give this a go, it is pure entertainment. The acting, the characters, the plot and story makes this the best show on BBC3 at the moment.


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