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Dempsey and Makepeace

Season 1 Episode 10

Judgement

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Mar 22, 1985 on ITV
9.4
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Judgement
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Makepeace has been asked by her best friend, Sarah Hackett, to be the matron of honour at Sarah's wedding. Makepeace accepts. Makepeace is giving Sarah a lift to the railway station. Sarah is off to Harrod's with her father, Sir Lionel Hackett, who turns out to be a judge. Sarah is murdered while she is on the train. Makepeace is devestated when she is informed.

Sir Lionel, however, takes the law into his own hands. Makepeace gives Sir Lionel a photo-fit of a man who was seen at the railway station where Makepeace had taken Sarah. Sir Lionel assumes that he is the killer and goes in search of him. But, what Sir Lionel doesn't know is that he is looking for the wrong man.moreless

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  • Good episode to end the first season.

    8.5
    When a judge goes into revenge mode and captures the wrong man for the rape and murder of his daughter who happens to be Makepeace's best friend, the duo must find the real killer before the judge kills an innocent man. This was an pretty interesting episode and a good one to end the first season. I liked how much Dempsey cared for Makepeace in this one. Makepeace yells at Dempsey because of her pain from losing her best friend. She gets to cry in Dempsey's arms. Awwww. They're working out their problems while solving the judge's. There is still lots of room for improvement and I'm hoping the next season will show that.moreless
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William Thornton

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Iain Rattray

Iain Rattray

Morgue Officer

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John Horsley

John Horsley

Judge Lionel Hackett

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Tony Osoba

Tony Osoba

Det. Sgt. Chas Jarvis

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