Thirteen (2016)
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Episode #1.5 

Ivy is left tied up and gagged after putting her own life at risk in order to save Phoebe. Carne and Merchant try to find a way to ensure her safety but have underestimated Mark White, putting themselves in danger.

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China Moo-Young

Writers:

Marnie Dickens (created by), Marnie Dickens
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jodie Comer ... Ivy Moxam
Richard Rankin ... DI Elliott Carne
Valene Kane ... DS Lisa Merchant
Mark Flitton ... DC Jim Conroy
Ariyon Bakare ... Chief Supt David Burridge
Nicola Stuart-Hill ... Technician
Natasha Little ... Christina Moxam
Stuart Graham ... Angus Moxam
Katherine Rose Morley ... Emma Moxam
Charles Babalola ... DS Jesse Rawlins
Rachael Spence Rachael Spence ... Female Detective
Peter McDonald ... Mark White
Isabel Shanahan Isabel Shanahan ... Phoebe Tarl
Aneurin Barnard ... Tim Hobson
Kemi-Bo Jacobs ... Yazz Hobson
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Ivy agrees to meet White in a crowded shopping centre and persuades him to let Phoebe go. However she loses police surveillance and is once again taken by White, Lisa and Elliott being injured in a fruitless car chase, wondering why Ivy allowed herself to be captured. White is disturbingly gentle with her, rather than bullying, but Ivy has escaped once before and when the opportunity arises again she is going to take it. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 2016 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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Color
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In Your Dreams
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Performed by Dark Dark Dark
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Gets More Bonkers as it Goes on, Don't Waste Your Time.
26 September 2018 | by jhenchardSee all my reviews

Started watching this as it was recently on BBC iPlayer. Not having high expectations of any TV drama these days I gave it the benefit of the doubt in the first few episodes.

The whole plot is so full of holes and it is so cheesy with various characters having 'histories' (eg affairs in the past) to try and make things more poignant. Complete and utter dumbed down pap; the sort of rubbish I might have written for a school essay when I was 13 or 14.

As someone else has written the police scenes with Ivy were ludicrous only to be eclipsed by the hospital scenes of the injured female police officer apparently receiving CPR for a head injury and bleed.

To be fair I didn't finish the whole of the last episode as I'd lost the will to live at that stage. Dire.


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