Utopia (2013–2014)
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Episode #1.3 

The gang feel the full weight of The Network's power as Grant is framed for a shocking crime. With nowhere else to turn, they are forced to make a new ally - but can she really be trusted?

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... Wilson Wilson
... Assistant
... Michael Dugdale
... Milner
... Alice Ward
... Arby
... Donaldson
Fiona O'Shaughnessy ... Jessica Hyde
... Geoff
... Letts
... Becky
... Ian
Oliver Woollford ... Grant
... Jen Dugdale
... Anya
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Corvadt bosses authorize Arby to go on a killing spree at Grant's school, for which he is framed, going on the run with Jessica, who tells him she saw her father murdered when she was ten. However they are forced to give the manuscript to Arby after he has killed Alice's mother and escape to join the others. They contact Mrs Milner, who tells them that the manuscript contains the identity of a notorious assassin known as Mr Rabbit, as well as informing them that Jessica's father, Philip Carvel, believed in racial purity. After learning that Anya has been framed for Kaye's murder Dugdale seeks out food analyst professor Donaldson and uncovers a sinister camp which appears to be a testing ground for germ warfare. However his ministry colleague Geoff makes him surrender the evidence. Written by don @ minifie-1

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29 January 2013 (UK)  »

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When Milner told the gruesome story of Mr. Rabbit to Ian, detailing the torture he had gone through, she explained that the Guangdong gang members carved the Chinese Character "Rabbit" instead the English word "Rabbit" into his belly because the Chinese Character has many more strokes. In fact, "Rabbit" in Chinese (Reads "Tu") only has 8 strokes, which equals the strokes contained in English word "Rabbit". Considering the letter "b" needs probably two strokes when being carved, the English word would most probably be even more painful (and makes more sense because English has better chance being recognized by all the international parties involved in his case). See more »

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