Lovejoy

Season 3 Episode 8

Loveknots

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Aired Unknown Mar 01, 1992 on BBC
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Loveknots
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Jane decides to sell an Anatolian rug. When it comes up for auction, an old lady at the sale, Harriet Fisher, buys a Berber rug for her dog, but a young Arab who also wanted it promptly steals it from Harriet. Lovejoy is curious and decides to investigate...

Meanwhile, Alexander and Jane are quarrelling badly, and they decide to split up.

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Paul Arlington

Paul Arlington

Sergeant Statham

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Ian Barritt

Ian Barritt

Neil Johnson

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Robin Soans

Robin Soans

Auctioneer

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Pavel Douglas

Pavel Douglas

Alexander Felsham

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    • Lovejoy: (Voiceover) From the dawn of Creation, love, the greatest of all human emotions, has been expressed in many forms; in paintings, in books, in music, but rarely in a rug. Yet for centuries the Muslim maidens of North Africa have done that, forbidden to speak to their beloved, their passions take on a secret form. The code of love-knots woven into their carpets, secrets only a soothsayer can reveal. What, may you ask, has all this got to do with Lovejoy?

    • Lovejoy: (to camera) What do you think the truth is? Is it a scam for drugs or arms, where Uncle Said plays Sidney Greenstreet? Or is there, as the lady said, still such a thing as romance? And are there fairies at the bottom of my garden?

    • Lovejoy: No soul, no romance, gentleman scholar, just a pedlar.
      Said: Just like you, my friend.

    • Said: What about the second, the military gentleman?
      Lovejoy: Major Dill...Major is quite a scholar.
      Said: He saw something?
      Lovejoy: He must have done to pay that price for an original Burman rug.

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