Whitechapel (2009–2013)
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Episode #4.6 

Buchan explains that the killers are cannibals, eating their victims to assume their power and goodness. Following Josie's disappearance Miles and Chandler learn that she too was ... See full summary »

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Jon East

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Ben Court (creator), Ben Court | 2 more credits »
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Steve Pemberton ... Edward Buchan
Rupert Penry-Jones ... DI Joseph Chandler
Phil Davis ... DS Ray Miles
Ben Bishop ... DC Lee Broadhurst
Hannah Walters Hannah Walters ... DC Megan Riley
Claire Rushbrook ... Dr. Caroline Llewellyn
Joan Blackham ... Lady Allsbridge
Angela Pleasence ... Louise Iver
Michael Fitzgerald Michael Fitzgerald ... Peter Dunn
James Woolley James Woolley ... Reverend Maud
Diana Kent Diana Kent ... Jacqui Brierley
Charlotte Hope ... Josie Eagle
Ann Davies Ann Davies ... Angela Maude
Mark Rice-Oxley ... Barney the Preacher
Geoff Bell ... Gerard Watts
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Buchan explains that the killers are cannibals, eating their victims to assume their power and goodness. Following Josie's disappearance Miles and Chandler learn that she too was interviewed by Dunn and that he is part of an exclusive dining club - though they feed on endangered species, not people. After Josie's body is found Miles installs a CCTV camera in the police station, which captures Louise Iver committing acts of sabotage which have caused the recent disasters. He believes she is an immortal succubus, inciting others to murder, though Buchan is sceptical. After a vicar, a member of the dining club and another person hailed for good deeds, is killed his widow points the police to a Domesday cult expecting the end of the world and dining on the godly to save their souls. They are successfully pursued but Iver remains at large to have the last word. Written by don @ minifie-1

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9 October 2013 (UK) See more »

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He Must Have an Amazing Clothing Allowance
25 April 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

To all of you who plodded through this crazy series, I bid you welcome. This final episode was certainly in keeping with the rest. The problem for me was never the fundamental plots. It wasn't even the supernatural themes. For me, it was always the stupidity and lack of forward thinking of the principle character. He certainly was a basket case, the poster boy for OCD. The problem was that he was unwilling to listen to people, accept evidence when given, and really clumsy in the pursuit of a suspect. How many frames did we have of him changing a shirt and washing himself. If Miles discovered something, he would dismiss it, even though he was a dependable source. I'm glad it is over.


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