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The Secret Adversary: Part 2 

Tommy and Tuppence go undercover; he as a member of Brown's gang and she as a maid to a potential suspect.


Edward Hall


Zinnie Harris




Episode complete credited cast:
Jessica Raine ... Tuppence Beresford
Paul Brennen ... Lucky
Madeline Appiah ... Annette
Robert Whitelock ... Conrad
David Walliams ... Tommy Beresford
Alice Krige ... Rita Vandemeyer
Andrew Havill ... James Peel KC
Jonny Phillips ... Whittington
Samuel Oatley ... McKeown
Matthew Steer ... Albert
James Fleet ... Carter
Robert Horwell Robert Horwell ... Clement Drennan
Julian Rivett ... Barman Frank
Clarke Peters ... Julius Hersheimmer
Camilla Beeput ... Jane Finn (as Camilla Marie Beeput)


Tommy is saved for the moment when Whittington wrongly assumes that he is Brown's money man, Clement Drennan, and he also briefly locates the incarcerated Jane Finn. Meanwhile Tuppence confides in barrister James Peel, a visitor to Rita's flat, her suspicions regarding the singer's involvement with Brown and an overheard plot to kill a high-flying American. Both Beresfords' cover is blown though Tuppence manages to escape from Rita and her sinister caller, bookie Lucky, bringing Carter to the flat to find Rita has been murdered. Tommy, on the other hand, is far from safe as the real Drennan turns up. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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2 August 2015 (UK) See more »

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Tommy's lost wedding ring features in the plot; however, British men did not routinely wear wedding rings in the 1950s. See more »

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A pretty good continuation.
14 August 2015 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

This was a very good continuation, it maintained the quality of the opening part. Jessica Raine continues to impress as Tuppence. Alice Krige is wonderfully over the top as Opera Singer Rita Vandemeyer, her apartment is incredibly decorated, great production values.

Walliams is wonderfully uncomfortable masquerading as Drennan, it's either brilliantly or dreadfully done. When McKeown discovers he's a fraud they play out a really good scene, McKeown played by the strikingly handsome Samuel Oatley.

Raine is hilarious snooping about Rita's apartment, she did not look happy holding that cat. Vanemeyer is such a deplorable character, surely her imminent demise will be welcomed.

Walliams manages to inject some humour without sending it up, his drunken scenes and hangover are brilliantly played out.

Overall it's pretty good.

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