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  • Exit Lines

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    S 2 : Ep 4 - 7/12/97

    Peter is forced to investigate his boss when Andy is implicated in a drink drive accident. Pascoe's marriage meanwhile is going through a less than happy phase. Andy develops a friendship with the pheasant shooting set while he's being investigated - but it turns out he's the one doing the investigatingmoreless
  • Deadheads

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    S 2 : Ep 3 - 6/28/97

    Dick Elgood, an old friend of Dalziel's, unofficially reports two strange incidents which nearly kill him and asks Dalziel to investigate. The subsequent investigation by him and Pascoe exposes a chain of bizarre, accidental deaths stretching back nearly three decades but not a single shred of evidence to suggest foul play! Each of the, seemingly unconnected, deaths have somehow or other benefited Patrick Alderman even though it could not be proven that he had any connection to the deaths. The trail leads to Penny Highsmith, an old flame of Dalziel's, but goes cold when she is shown not to be involved. The case is eventually closed with the death, in mysterious circumstances, of Dick Elgood, the victim of yet another weird accident.moreless
  • A Killing Kindness

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    S 2 : Ep 2 - 6/21/97

    Dalziel and Pascoe attempt to catch a strangling serial killer known as "Wetherton Choker" who strangles victims then phones the local newspaper with a quote from Hamlet.
  • Ruling Passion

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    S 2 : Ep 1 - 6/14/97

    In Wetherton, Dalziel and company are dealing with a series of robberies perpetrated by a robber they've dubbed "the Micturater"--after he urinated in one victim's kettle. However, Peter Pascoe has nabbed some time off so that he and his very pregnant wife Ellie can visit some old college friends in the Cotswolds. The occasion: to celebrate Colin Hopkins' new book, which, as it turns out, dishes the dirt on the village of Thornton Lacey. When Peter and Ellie arrive, however, they find that Colin's wife and their two other guests have been murdered, and Colin is nowhere to be found. Who is responsible? In the process, Pascoe steps on the toes of the local Superintendent, Derek Backhouse--not exactly a slouch in the detection department himself--and finds out some ugly truths lurking beneath Thornton Lacey's pretty exterior... as well as the solution to the case of the mysterious micturater.moreless
  • An Autumn Shroud

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    S 1 : Ep 3 - 3/30/96

    The wedding bells ring out as Peter Pascoe finally walks down the aisle with Ellie. An Autumn Shroud sees the happy couple off on their honeymoon - leaving Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel with no one to torment. The lure of Lincolnshire - the wedding location - appeals and Dalziel sets off a holiday of his own. But it seems he just can't get away from death and intrigue. A flooded road, a stranded car - and his only means of rescue turns out to be a funeral flotilla passing by! The deceased is one Conrad Fielding whose beautiful widow Bonnie offers Dalziel a port in the storm until his car is mended. But all is far from well at the Fielding's beautiful but debt-laden country home Lake Housemoreless
  • An Advancement of Learning

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    S 1 : Ep 2 - 3/23/96

    Pascoe is back on familiar territory when he is called to Holm Coltram University, along with his straight-talking, mickey-taking boss, the formidable Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel. But it is not the groves of academe that are calling to Dalziel, it is the lure of the unearthed body of a mystery middle-aged woman - buried underneath a statue commemorating the late head of the college. For Pascoe the discovery of the remains at the university gives him the chance to meet up once more with Ellie who is a lecturer there. The couple's relationship looks like it's ripe for renovation. The university campus becomes a temporary headquarters for Dalziel and Pascoe as they set up their office in the Principal's study. They soon learn that all is not as it seems at this seat of learningmoreless
  • A Clubbable Woman

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    S 1 : Ep 1 - 3/16/96

    The first episode see Dalziel picking up his once sociable roots - and returning to Wetherton Rugby Football Club where he is still a member. But his visit is not sparked off by a desire to down a few friendly pints in the bar. Connon the club's star player - he was tipped to play for England before an ankle injury wrecked his chances - has returned home from Saturday's match dazed and confused after a deliberate blow on the head in the confusion of a scrum. Still groggy, he goes to lie down leaving his wife Mary watching television. Some time later when he descends the stairs he finds her sitting in exactly the same position. There is just one difference - a neat, round and lethal hole in her skull. Has Connon killed his wife suspecting that she had been unfaithful? Or could someone at the club have it in for the rugby star and his family?moreless
  • Stranger in the House

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    S 2 : Ep 4 - 1/30/94

    Frost is invited to join fellow George Cross recipients in London. He is instructed to enlist the aid of WPC Hazel Wallace as a decoy to catch a serial rapist, but it exposes her to serious danger.moreless
  • Nothing to Hide

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    S 2 : Ep 3 - 1/23/94

    Upon investigation, Frost discovers that the apparently accidental death of a drug addict was actually murder. He also decides to confront an aspect of his own past.
  • A Minority of One

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    S 2 : Ep 1 - 1/9/94

    Frost is assigned a new, West Indian detective constable, Clive Tanner; transferred in to help him investigate a string of commercial burglaries, which leads him to a black family on the local Eastdean estate, that he calls "the crime academy", while feeling guilt over the death of one of his informants. Will the arrest of the apparent culprit lead to accusations of police racism?moreless
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