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Bulletproof follows two cops, Bishop and Pike, as they chase down hardened criminals in London's East End. On the surface Bishop and Pike have a lot in common they are cool, smart, unapologetically street-wise and tough; they share a deep, fraternal relationship - and are always there for each other. However, they come from very different backgrounds and their personal motivations and emotional lives outside the police force differ as a result: Pike is an aspirational family man, the son of a decorated police officer who's determined to follow in his father's footsteps, but not be in his shadow. Bishop grew up in care homes and on the streets, and never knew his father. Despite these differences Bishop and Pike are bonded by the same moral code and work brilliantly well together even when the chemistry between them looks set to explode.
The two leads are named Pike and Bishop, an obvious reference to "Pike Bishop," William Holden's character in "The Wild Bunch," which in turn was a play on Bishop (James) Pike, a famed religious leader of that era. See more »
I think this is a good show. The dialogue isn't always great but I'm enjoying it. Hopefully if they get a second season the writing and editing will be better and the actors/actresses will have settled into their roles. The people posting negative reviews I wonder what they think of the rubbish shown on Eastenders and the like? There are worst shows out there
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