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The Dark Side of the Moon 

Not Rated | | Drama | Episode aired 22 March 2012
1973:- Alan returns from working on computers in America. Victor has moved out of the house but returns as therapist Orla cooks a meal for artist Lilly,academic Charlotte,medic Jay and Jack... See full summary »

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John Alexander

Writer:

Paula Milne

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
MyAnna Buring ... Lilly
Sam Claflin ... Jack
Paul Copley ... Alan (Present Day)
Lindsay Duncan ... Lilly (Present Day)
Claire Foy ... Charlotte
Tamsin Greig ... Beth
Jessica Gunning ... Orla
David Gyasi ... Victor
Lee Ingleby ... Alan
Richard Lintern ... Miles
Jeremy Northam ... Edward
Hugh Quarshie ... Victor (Present Day)
Jonathan Readwin ... Gareth
Reece Ritchie ... Jay
Andrew Simpson ... Connor
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Storyline

1973:- Alan returns from working on computers in America. Victor has moved out of the house but returns as therapist Orla cooks a meal for artist Lilly,academic Charlotte,medic Jay and Jack,who is now a TUC employee. Visiting his dying grandfather Jack initially refuses his father's request to use his position to help get Edward ahead in politics but eventually gives him a leaked copy of the Social Contract. Charlotte,having been arrested for disrupting the Miss World contest and feeling powerless to stop her mother's mental decline,dumps Jack whilst Orla feels guilty for failing to shelter her brother,who has fled the troubles in Ulster and is killed by Provos after she has refused him sanctuary. Alan,however,feels good as he proposes to Lilly. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The episode title is the title of a 1973 album by Pink Floyd. See more »

Quotes

Jack: We made a deal from the start this wouldn't be exclusive.
Charlotte: No-one can accuse you of welching on the deal. You followed it to the letter.
Charlotte: all I get in return... is the edited version of you.
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References Get Carter (1971) See more »

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Too Much Too Young
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Written by Jerry Dammers with acknowledgement to Lloyd Charmers
Performed by The Specials
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22 March 2012 (UK) See more »

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