New Tricks (2003–2015)
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Fresh from her successful SWAT raid on a group of Russian gangsters DCI Sasha Miller arrives at UCOS to replace Sandra. She is friendly and informal but initially fails to win over Gerry, ... See full summary »

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Brian Grant

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Roy Mitchell, Roy Mitchell (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Denis Lawson ... Steve McAndrew
Nicholas Lyndhurst ... Danny Griffin
Tamzin Outhwaite ... DCI Sasha Miller
Dennis Waterman ... Gerry Standing
Anthony Calf ... DAC Robert Strickland
Storme Toolis Storme Toolis ... Holly Griffin
Yana Titova Yana Titova ... Anna
Oleg Hill ... Todorov (as Oleg Kalninsh)
Daniel Cerqueira Daniel Cerqueira ... Alberto Gentile
John Moraitis John Moraitis ... Alessandro Manzini
Kenneth Collard ... Dicky Smith
Anna Francolini Anna Francolini ... Guilietta Gentile
Robert Gillespie ... Massimo Gentile
Ronan Vibert ... Ray Barlow
Barnaby Kay ... Ned Hancock
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Storyline

Fresh from her successful SWAT raid on a group of Russian gangsters DCI Sasha Miller arrives at UCOS to replace Sandra. She is friendly and informal but initially fails to win over Gerry, who misses Sandra. Her first case involves the twenty-five year old murder of Italian Allesandro Manzini, reopened when a knife is found at the allotment he once tended. Massimo, whose son married Allesandro's daughter Giulietta, tells the team that there was anti- Italian feeling on the allotment, especially from two World War Two veterans, whilst lorry driver and druid Ray Barlow is also suspect, having disappeared after the murder. This suspicion is heightened when Giulietta and Ray admit to an affair but Dan's research into wartime Italy changes everything, leading to a confession. Sasha's private life, however, does not run so successfully. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 September 2013 (UK) See more »

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Wall to Wall Television See more »
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Color
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Trivia

Prior to becoming leading lady DCI Sasha Miller in this episode, Tamzin Outwaithe played Victoria Kemp in a 2012 episode called "Love Means Nothing In Tennis" See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
DCI Sasha Miller: [catching Ned in bed with another woman] Darling.
Ned Hancock: Sasha.
DCI Sasha Miller: You're not wearing your uniform.
[long pause]
DCI Sasha Miller: I can see you're busy. I'll see myself out.
Ned Hancock: Socl... Oh, shit.
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Soundtracks

Giovinezza (Youth)
(uncredited)
Written by Nino Oxilia, Marcello Manni, Salvatore Gotta and Giuseppe Blanc
Sung by John Moraitis
Official hymn of the Italian National Fascist Party
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Very different without the original actors
2 June 2015 | by ctyankee1See all my reviews

A new boss takes Sandra's place her name is Sasha. Sasha is blond, looks similar to Sandra but, younger, has some lip gestures like Sandra and even sounds like her. She is married to a cop. Sasha/Sandra-->it looks like they were looking for duplicate actors of the ones that left New Tricks.

Dan the new man sounds like Jack when he talks. He is very tall and thin. He is weird looking with short gray hair like bangs on his forehead. He has a handicapped daughter name Holly who has a big mouth and a wife in the mental ward.

This episode was not too bad but there was more swearing in this one 2 sexual scenes one with just sounds and the other visual. There is no humor either to speak of. Dan, Steve and Jerry are to getting to know Sasha their new boss. She finds the men work different than she is used to. They have their spats but are descent to each other. The plot of this episode was to find out who killed a man years ago in the allotment plots of land that they garden.

This was kind of dull. In the end their is sadness for Sasha when she discovers something she had not expected. I liked her character she seems kind and does not have that angry look like Sandra that reminds me of an alcoholic Oh well anyway.


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