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Foyle's War

Season 2 Episode 2

Among the Few

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 23, 2003 on ITV
8.8
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When a truck loaded with barrels of petrol crashes, Foyle suspects the existence of an illegal fuel racket. Sam persuades Foyle to let her go undercover at the local fuel depot to investigate. When one of the suspects is found murdered, suspicion falls on Andrew Foyle, who was the last person to see her alive.

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  • Family and honor collide.

    8.8
    There's more treachery on the homefront and another great episode of "Foyle's War." While slightly similar to the previous outing (Foyle is tempted/forced to let his suspect go because of their importance to the war effort), the influx of personal and family drama this time around make up for it.



    Michael Kitchen gets a lot to work with in this episode, and he makes the most of it. Foyle goes after a crook who has evaded capture before, finds that his son is going to great lengths to keep secrets from him and faces a crisis of conscience as he goes to bring his prime suspect into custody. The final scenes, especially when Andrew comes back home, are powerful and Kitchen, a quiet, understated actor is perfect as a man soldiering on even as so much of the world seems to be against him.



    The mysteries are wrapped up neatly enough, even if the fuel smuggling is never really a mystery. After all, we see the co-conspirators meeting at several points over the episode. The real puzzle, who killed Connie, is tied up in a scene that addresses a taboo topic in the 21st century but does so in the even cloudier time of the 1940s.moreless
Selina Cadell

Selina Cadell

Pamela Bennett

Guest Star

David Troughton

David Troughton

Michael Bennett

Guest Star

Mark Umbers

Mark Umbers

Rex Talbot

Guest Star

Anthony Howell

Anthony Howell

Paul Milner

Recurring Role

Julian Ovenden

Julian Ovenden

Andrew Foyle

Recurring Role

Honeysuckle Weeks

Honeysuckle Weeks

Sam Stewart

Recurring Role

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