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Season 4 Episode 1

Finders Keepers

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Aired Unknown Apr 19, 1993 on ITV
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Finders Keepers
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Jake Swithin visits Arlington Grange and falls foul of all the usual suspects. So who is the murderer this time, and was it with the Walking Stick, the Dagger, the Scarf, the Steak Hammer, the Sword or the Wine-bottle?

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    Jerry Hall

    Jerry Hall

    Miss Vivienne Scarlet #5

    Joanna Lumley

    Joanna Lumley

    Mrs Elizabeth Peacock #5

    John Bird

    John Bird

    Professor Peter Plum #5

    Leslie Grantham

    Leslie Grantham

    Colonel Michael Mustard #5

    Liz Smith

    Liz Smith

    Mrs Blanche White #5

    Nicholas Parsons

    Nicholas Parsons

    Reverend Jonathan Green #5

    Ray Lonnen

    Ray Lonnen

    Jake Swithin

    Guest Star

    Sian Lloyd

    Sian Lloyd

    Panellist

    Guest Star

    Andy Crane

    Andy Crane

    Panellist

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • List of Suggestions:

        Team 1 - Reverend Green with the Champaigne Bottle in the Billiard Room (1)
        Team 2 - Mrs Peacock with the Sword in the Billiard Room (1)

        Team 2 - Mrs Peacock with the Champaigne Bottle in the Drawing Room (0)
        Team 1 - Reverend Green with the Steak Hammer in the Billiard Room (1)

        Team 2 - Miss Scarlett with the Dagger in the Billiard Room (2)
        Team 1 - Professor Plum with the Dagger in the Billiard Room (3)

      • The body is found by Mrs White.

      • Guest star Ray Lonnen also appeared as Detective Inspector Moffatt in Z Cars and as Willie Caine in The Sandbaggers.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Reverend Green: Your drinking to damnation, I promise you that!
        Colonel Mustard: Careful, old chap. (Colonel Mustard hands Reverend Green a drink of alcohol)
        Reverend Green: Thank you.

      • Professor Plum: (his confession) It was a question of balance, you see. My reputation balanced against his life, and I found the scales to be... tipped against him. My only weapon was the sword, but Mrs Peacock had that in my possession so I used the sword to force open the cabinet and removed the dagger. And when Jake, in his anger, came looking for the treasure, well, it was easy for me to plead ignorance. After all, Jake had no idea of the ruin he'd brought down on my head. I was the last person he would suspect. And so the treasure that he unearthed was buried again. In his back. Had to be done. After all, I have a reputation to uphold!

      • Andy Crane: Can I just then apologize? I'm terribly sorry, I've been accusing you all evening of a heinous crime and I'm very sorry.
        Mrs Peacock: You may apologize. Do come and see me later.

      • Mrs White: All you ever said is true, Reverend. There is evil in the world and evil in the hearts of men, and in the hearts of women too.
        Reverend Jonathan Green: Come now, Mrs White, take heart. That is our purpose on Earth, to drive out evil. Fight the good fight.

      • Mrs White: (asked about her husband's death) I don't remember now, but I know he's dead. Hold on a minute, I do remember now. It was very sad, the poor love passed away after a very short illness. It was most unexpected. The doctor said it was something he ate.

      • Colonel Mustard: I worked for Queen and country and end up penniless, while some peasant finds a fortune in the fields. It's damned unfair.
        Miss Scarlett: Everything's unfair. You have to make your own justice in this world.

      • Mrs Peacock: (reading the Professor's 'History of Arlington Grange') You say here that the lost treasure was seized by Cromwell then...
        Professor Plum: And then passed to Chinese warlords in 1799 to be melted down into a golden tusk for the Emperor's pagoda. The critics praised my 'immaculate research'. Huh. I made the whole thing up!
        Mrs Peacock: Everything? (closing the book) The entire history?
        Professor Plum: Every word. (throws the book aside) Given enough fear and a tight deadline, I invented the lot. Now Jake's ploughed through my fiction. I'm finished. My reputation will be torn to shreds, I'll be a laughing stock. I should end it all rather than be mocked!
        (Professor Plum grabs a sword and raises it)
        Mrs Peacock: Professor! (taking hold of the sword) There are other ways. Better ways.

      • Miss Scarlett: You were wonderful in there. As always.
        Jake Swithin: Yeah. No need to keep things a secret between us now, eh? Not now I'm loaded, eh?
        Miss Scarlett: My stepmother's furious already. When she finds out we've been lovers for six months...
        Jake Swithin: Lovers, yeah. Lovers in the barn, in the woods. Lovers anywhere.
        Miss Scarlett: And everywhere.
        Jake Swithin: Except in this house. 'Cause that's where the rich folk live, innit? Eh? I wasn't good enough for you, was I? I was just a bit of rough trade, wasn't I?
        Miss Scarlett: Let me go!
        Jake Swithin: My pleasure. No-one's gonna touch you now, do you know that? I'll see to that. Especially when they see those home videos we made together, eh?
        Miss Scarlett: You're disgusting! You should be hung!
        Jake Swithin: Yeah. Well-hung, remember?

      • Mrs Peacock: Who removed the treasures from St. Cecilia's in the first place?
        Jake Swithin: Oh, I got the answer to that. (holds out a gold crest)
        Mrs Peacock: The Peacock family crest!
        Jake Swithin: Yeah, I found it with the treasure.
        Reverend Green: That's the crest of Sir Jasper Peacock, dating from 1642. He must have looted the church. Your ancestor.
        Jake Swithin: Fancy that, Mrs P. You coming from a long line of common thieves, eh? Wonder what your high society mates would have to say about that, eh?
        Mrs Peacock: But... but, if it is true, I'm sure we can rely on your discretion, Jake.
        Jake Swithin: I've got about as much discretion as a chicken's got teeth.
        Mrs Peacock: You'd destroy my family name in public? But why?
        Jake Swithin: Why not? The Peacocks have treated my kind like scum for years. Well, the scum's rising to the top now. Cheers!

      • Reporter: Any idea where it's from, Jake?
        Reverend Green: My church. The lost artifacts of St. Cecilia's! They vanished in the seventeenth century and now by some miracle they are returned, brought to light by the hand of God.
        Jake Swithin: By the hand of Jake Swithin, more like.
        Reverend Green: Dear boy, dear boy, with these relics, St. Cecilia's can be saved. The church needs money.
        Jake Swithin: Well, you better have a jumble sale then, mush. I've ploughed the fields and scattered all my life, Reverend. I'm reaping the reward now.

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