Hotel Babylon

Season 2 Episode 4

Episode 12

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Mar 08, 2007 on BBC
7.9
out of 10
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33 votes
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Charlie rushes to help Robert Kane, a heart-broken business man who threatens to kill himself by jumping off the hotel's balcony.

Meanwhile, Rebecca's divorce is at last finalized, and she throws a party to celebrate. But some shocking news leaves everyone reeling.

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  • Rebecca has a party, Charlie takes a risk, neither of them end well..

    9.2
    I dont have a whole lot of bad stuff to say about this show which makes reviews pertty difficult! This storyline was pretty cool, i thought, especially the guy that Charlie hired who turned out to be a psycho.. (Note to Charlie: If you find your applicant attempting suicide shortly before the interview, he may not be the best candidate!)



    Rebecca's party was a painfully awkward and you could kind of tell it would be. Unfortunately, i guessed the "twist" from the very begining when her friend got a call on her mobile. Still, was a fairly good storyline, i suppose, i felt so sorry for poor Rebecca, she's a bit of a loner these days, especially with Mark gone. It must be hard knowing Mark has moved on quicker than her.



    Overall a good episode, not a whole lot to say about it, but I enjoyed it so it got 9/10 thumbs up from me.. Unfortunately, i only have 2 thumbs so that makes it 1.8 thumbs up, really, but that would mean i have to cut the tip off my thumb so 9/10 will have to do for now..moreless
  • Loved the poker sequences. More insight into Ray Coulthard, the Restaurant Manager.

    7.8
    In this episode 12, I did think Rebecca's exuberance for her "divorce party" was a bit over the top for her usually cool character. The banter between Charlie and Tony is always welcome and this episode does not let you down. The recap doesn't mention anything about the poker games in the back room which involved nearly all of the regular cast and a few others that work the hotel. These poker sequences continue to show the camaraderie between the fellow workers which is the special charm that makes this series stand above the others. I continue to think that the casting for this series is excellent. The professionalism in their job and working together as a team is refreshing.moreless
Mark Heap

Mark Heap

Robert Kane

Guest Star

Emily Joyce

Emily Joyce

Estelle

Guest Star

Rachel Fielding

Rachel Fielding

Carolyn

Guest Star

Paul Telfer

Paul Telfer

Luke

Recurring Role

Danira Govic

Danira Govic

Tanya

Recurring Role

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