Whitechapel (2009–2013)
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Episode #2.3 

Chandler and Miles survive the ambush but another team member is less fortunate. Commander Anderson publicly berates Chandler, telling him he is off the case, but this is a ruse as Anderson... See full summary »

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David Evans
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rupert Penry-Jones ... DI Joseph Chandler
Phil Davis ... DS Ray Miles (as Philip Davis)
Steve Pemberton ... Edward Buchan
Sam Stockman ... DC Emerson Kent
Ben Bishop ... DC Finley Mansell
George Rossi ... DC John McCormack
Craig Parkinson ... Jimmy / Johnny Kray
Alex Jennings ... Commander Anderson
Peter Serafinowicz ... DCI Torbin Cazenove
Steve Nicolson ... Jack Cheshire
Claire Rushbrook ... Dr. Caroline Llewellyn
Daniel Percival Daniel Percival ... DS Christopher Cedra
Chrissie Cotterill Chrissie Cotterill ... Angie Brooks
Andrew Tiernan ... Steven Dukes
Mark Flitton ... Barman Sol Cross
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Chandler and Miles survive the ambush but another team member is less fortunate. Commander Anderson publicly berates Chandler, telling him he is off the case, but this is a ruse as Anderson rightly suspects that Cazenove is allowing the Krays to control other criminals as an expedient and wants to put him off the scent. Anderson gathers the team at Buchan's house and outlines his plan. If the Krays are exposed as impostors their grip will be broken. Buchan steals Ronnie's DNA from a museum exhibit and Chandler, after taking on Jimmy in the boxing ring, gets a sample of his blood for comparison. Many consequences follow swiftly upon the DNA result, not the least surprising of which is the deal Anderson and Cheshire make to ensure that the twins are never heard of again. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 2010 (UK) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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When Cazanovia has Chandler in the Men's Room at gun point, the gun switches from his right hand to his left hand between close-up shots and two-shots. See more »

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Just Too Much Contrivance
20 April 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

I may stop watching this. The way this episode was concluded is so beyond normal thought that I was seriously disappointed. For one thing, it is hard to accept the actions of virtually everyone from Chandler on down. His actions are so random and he is so unpredictable that I can't get a fix on him. His subordinates can't seem to focus on anything. And then there's the guy who is watching over his career. He is going to be a problem down the road. His meeting with Chandler at the end is almost humorous. Still, the plot development up until the end, in both seasons, is fun, but they can't seem to wrap things up adequately.


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