An unusual and unexpected suspect confesses killing a drug dealer.

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Episode credited cast:
... Jane Tennison
John Brobbey ... DC Henry Adeliyeka
Ray Emmet Brown ... Michael Johns
... DI Devanney
... The Street
... DCS Ballinger
... DS Rankine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Antony Audenshaw ... DC Growse
... Nazir
Andy Devine ... Gravefaced Reporter
Glyn Dilley ... Soco Officer
Adam Evans ... Photographer
Ravin J. Ganatra ... Mooz
Anne Hornby ... DC Skinner
Joe Jacobs ... Campbell Lafferty (as Joseph Jacobs)
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An unusual and unexpected suspect confesses killing a drug dealer.

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20 October 1996 (UK)  »

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The Street: Do I get frisked? I Love getting frisked!
Superintendent Jane Tennison: [Nods at her officers] Do It!
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A World of Their Own
27 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Jane finds herself in a kind of hell. There is a part of the city which is ruled over by a sociopath called "The Street." He manages to get out of every situation and rules through fear. One of his "soldiers" has been killed and he begins to find a way to get at the killer. Their is nothing noble about him. He has killed many times and it doesn't matter if he finds a viable suspect. Jane and her colleagues are in a world that makes no logical sense. She sees the victims and tries her best to protect them, but it doesn't help because they can't seem to turn on the jerk. At one point he sends Rotweillers to tear a poor guy apart, even though he knows nothing. He says he went through all the trouble to set things up so he may as well use the dogs. There is a stunning end to this episode and I await the conclusion.


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