Being Human (2008–2013)
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The roommates become secretive: George and Nina over her pregnancy, Annie over sexual options with Mitchell, Mitchell over his guilt in the subway killings and the prophecy of "the wolf-shaped bullet."

Director:

Colin Teague

Writers:

Toby Whithouse (creator), John Jackson
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Lenora Crichlow ... Annie Sawyer
Russell Tovey ... George
Aidan Turner ... Mitchell
Sinead Keenan ... Nina (as Sinéad Keenan)
Robson Green ... McNair
Mark Lewis Jones ... Richard
Rhodri Lewis Rhodri Lewis ... Young Tom
Michelle Luther ... Sadie
Michael Socha ... Tom
Melanie Walters ... Emma
Jason Watkins ... Herrick
Paul Kasey ... Werewolf
Ruari Mears Ruari Mears ... Werewolf
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Storyline

Whilst Annie and Mitchell conclude that their relationship can only be spiritual, Nina and George, concerned how their baby will turn out, seek out Tom and his surly father, McNair, who has told the lad that being a werewolf is empowering but has not been entirely honest with him on how he became a lycanthrope. McNair hates vampires, who killed his wife, and Mitchell, in view of Lia's prediction, fears that McNair may be his killer so gives him to Richard and Emma for cage-fighting, but when Tom, Nina and George are taken instead, McNair and Mitchell join forces to save them. The McNairs go on their way but a familiar figure surfaces in a psychiatric ward. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 February 2011 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

Music:
  • Lulu Mae, by Stephen Wheel, from the album Snow Angels (2009)
  • Everybody, by Rudenko (2009 single)
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Quotes

George: No one's defined purely by their past or their condition. Just because we're not normal doesn't mean we can't be... normal.
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Connections

References Cranford (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Everybody
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Performed by Leonid Rudenko
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