Dublin Murders (2019– )
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Episode #1.4 

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As Cassie struggles to make sense of Lexie's life and death, we delve into her own difficult past. Meanwhile, Rob's past finally yields some results in the Katy investigation.

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John Hayes

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Sarah Phelps, Tana French (based on novels "In the Woods" and "The Likeness" by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elena Murphy Elena Murphy ... Little Cassie
Iseult Murphy Iseult Murphy ... Little Lexie
Sarah Greene ... Cassie Maddox / Lexie Mangan
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor ... Frank Mackey
Ned Dennehy ... Dr. Cooper
Moe Dunford ... Detective Sam O'Neill
Killian Scott ... Rob Reilly
Barry O'Connor Barry O'Connor ... Cathal Mills
David Thomas David Thomas ... Young Cathal
Michael D'Arcy Michael D'Arcy ... Adam Reilly
Ian Kenny ... Garda Phelan
Eugene O'Hare ... Detective Quigley
Jonny Holden ... Damien Donnelly
Paul Roe Paul Roe ... Vincent Johnstone
Conleth Hill ... Superintendent O'Kelly
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Storyline

The discovery of 'Lexie's' body sends Cassie reeling back into her own past and gives us insight into why she chose the Garda in the first place. Insight into the strange dance she has been doing with death ever since she was eight years old, when she crawled out, bloody and bruised, but alive, from the wrecked car, in which both her parents were killed.

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The lines spoken by young Lexie and Cass in the bedroom - "Je t'adore" "Ich lieb dich" - are from "Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick" , the Ian Dury song heard when the car crashes. See more »

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Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick
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Written by Ian Dury and Chaz Jankel
Performed by Ian Dury & The Blockheads
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Beat episode so far.
17 November 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

After the grim discovery of Lexy, Cassie tries to come to terms with her death, and is used by former boss Frank to try and lure the killer out.

I'd say this was the best episode to date, the many, many strands that have been dangling about seem to finally begin making sense, what has seemed impossible to follow is now starting to make sense.

Easier to follow, the half way point, and they've gone up a gear. It's still complex, was there ever a Lexy in Cassie's youth? How's she linked to the Lexie in adulthood, just chance?

Gripped. 8/10


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1 December 2019 (USA) See more »

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