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The Wolf-Shaped Bullet 

As Nina lies dying in the emergency room, Herrick rescues Mitchell from jail but only to exact revenge upon George, and Annie receives a ghastly invite to visit Purgatory.

Director:

Daniel O'Hara

Writers:

Toby Whithouse (creator), Toby Whithouse
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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)
Scott Arthur ... Policeman / Corpse
Robson Green ... McNair
Lee Ingleby ... Edgar Wyndam
Erin Richards ... Nancy Reid (archive footage)
Michael Socha ... Tom
Lacey Turner ... Lia
Jason Watkins ... Herrick
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A uniformed Herrick slaughters Mitchell's police captors before putting him into a cage and bringing in George, whom Herrick hopes will kill Mitchell after being told that Nina has been; however, they are saved by the arrival of Tom, who escapes with George whilst Mitchell kills off Herrick for good. Annie is lured into purgatory by Lia, who tells that she lied to Mitchell about his being killed by a werewolf to scare him but that he believes her prophesy will come true. Sensing that Annie now despises Mitchell, Lia lets Annie go and she is able to help bring Nina back to life. Mitchell returns to the house, begging George to put a stake through him before he kills any more people, but they are interrupted by Edgar Wyndam, a representative of the 'old' vampires, who has his own plans for Mitchell. Which one of them will George finally send on his way? Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 March 2011 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

This episode supposedly takes place on Friday 28th May 2010 - Herrick (Jason Watkins): "Sorry about these two, it's clearly dress-down Friday." See more »

Quotes

[McNair's grave marker: "A warrior, a father."]
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References Fight Club (1999) See more »

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London Bridge Is Falling Down
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Traditional singing game
Performed by Corpse (Scott Arthur)
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What a disappointment

What a disappointing end to a great series. It was more like an episode of 'Days of Our Lives', shallow, unstructured and has completely lost the plot. Mitchell made the show, the only character with real depth. The others a a little too quirky to hold my interest. With him gone I believe the show will lose any real credibility to those who crave more than tears and sensitivity. Watching Nina and George is akin to something out of Eastenders, there is just no extra dimension to their characters. Annie is interesting from an irritating point of view. She adds something with her extreme naivety, but only in combination with the dark intensity of Mitchell. I will definitely give season 4 a miss based on the low quality of execution of season 3.


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