Dalziel and Pascoe

Season 11 Episode 2

Fallen Angel

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Aired Unknown Sep 10, 2006 on BBC
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Fallen Angel
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Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the death of a jockey at a racetrack, only to find he was poisoned with a blood-thinning drug. This investigation leads them to a mysterious vet and the racecourse's biggest client, a gambling lottery winner.

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    Sean Wilson

    Sean Wilson

    Ken Lawson

    Guest Star

    Cheryl Campbell

    Cheryl Campbell

    Jean Swainbank

    Guest Star

    Emily Joyce

    Emily Joyce

    Natalie Lawson

    Guest Star

    Jennifer James

    Jennifer James

    PC Kim Spicer

    Recurring Role

    James Puddephatt

    James Puddephatt

    Dr James Ashurst

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      • Pascoe: What's up Posh? You've got a face like a smacked arse.
        Spicer: I'm not being funny sir, but I'm just doing the same boring stuff I was doing before. Phone this, file that. I wouldn't mind but this is something I actually know about. I could help.
        Pascoe: What do you mean?
        Spicer: Well, let's just say, as a kid, I spent more time in the bookies than I did in school.
        Pascoe: I never had you down as a gambler.
        Spicer: Not me..me mum.

      • (Watching the horseracing on TV)
        Dalziel: Yeah! (Ecstatic)
        Pascoe: What you bet Andy, 50p each way?
        Dalziel: Yankee bet, Peter. If me next horse comes in, I'll be up three grand!
        PC Baines: Then you won't bother putting a quid in the sweep then, sir.
        Dalziel: Yeah I will. I'll have a flutter. Tell you what, I'll even go first. There you are...let's have a look...Silver Soda! That's me next horse. It's gotta be an omen a'n'it hey?
        Pascoe: (To Spicer) Typical, he's picked the bloody favourite.

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