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Season 3 Episode 7

Father's Day

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 14, 1993 on ITV
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Father's Day
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Nick arrests Blaketon's son Graham for mugging a suspected drug dealer. Graham tells the police he did it to stop him pushing drugs to the youngsters. Blaketon is horrified but insists that there's nothing he can do and that the law must take its course, to the annoyance of his ex-wife. Meanwhile, Greengrass delivers a letter to Betty Such from her late husband. It tells her that a key to his safety deposit box is in the pocket of his best suit, but he was buried in that. So Betty and her son go and rob his grave to retrieve the Key. Once they have the key they open the box which is full of money. They celebrate their good fortune and start spending the money in the pub, but Gina realises its forged and tells Nick. Betty realises the notes are all forged and she realises that her husband has set her up from beyond the grave.moreless

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    William Simons

    William Simons

    PC/Alf Ventress

    Derek Fowlds

    Derek Fowlds

    Sgt./Oscar Blaketon (1992-)

    Bill Maynard

    Bill Maynard

    Claude Jeremiah Greengrass (1992-2000)

    Nick Berry

    Nick Berry

    PC/Sergeant Nick Rowan (1992-1998)

    Niamh Cusack

    Niamh Cusack

    Dr. Kate Rowan (1992-1995)

    Tricia Penrose

    Tricia Penrose

    Gina Ward (1993-2003, 2003)

    Laura Crossley

    Laura Crossley

    Karen Fletcher

    Guest Star

    Julie T. Wallace

    Julie T. Wallace

    Betty Such

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    Sue Holderness

    Sue Holderness

    Joan Forrester

    Guest Star

    Anthony Schaeffer

    Anthony Schaeffer

    Mr Cussons

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      • Music:
        'Your Driving me Crazy' Temperance Seven (1961)
        'You Were Made for Me' Freddie and the Dreamers (1963)
        'Bad to Me' Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas (1963)
        'Ferry Cross the Mersey' Gerry and the Pacemakers (1964)
        'Easy Going Me' Adam Faith (1961)
        'Goldfinger' Shirley Bassey (1964)
        'I Love How You Love Me' Jimmy Crawford (1961)
        'Daydream Believer' Sung by Nick Berry from the original hit by The Monkees (1967)

      • Freddy Garrity from "Freddy & the Dreamers" makes a guest appearance

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