Murder City

Season 1 Episode 1

Critical Path

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 18, 2004 on ITV
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When a 16-year-old girl disappears from her home, leaving a blood-spattered bedroom behind, Susan and Luke start trying to track down the missing teenager, hoping that she may still be alive. Meanwhile, the mysterious death of a City trader who is shot in the neck with an arrow proves a tough case to crack.moreless

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    Stephen Martin Walters

    Stephen Martin Walters

    Dylan Forbes

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    Chris Walker

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    Billy Gilmartin

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    Grace Gilmartin

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      • Luke: You know, I don't care about the why… I use the how to get me the who.

      • Susan [ of a psychic ]: How can you be so sure? How can you know that there's no other possibility except your evidence and your numbers?
        Luke: Ah, sorry… Burden of proof's on the believers.
        Susan: …And with one leap, he was free.

      • Annie: You've got a real mystery on your hands here, Luke, could take years to solve. Just as well you don't have a personal life.

      • Turner: Coordinate the family background, Adrian, look at the father. I need you in the field, Susan, highly visible. There to take the blame for me, if it all goes horribly wrong.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Frank: "Phasers on stun", Luke.

        This is a reference to the long-running Star Trek franchise. The phrase was first heard in the original, Star Trek, starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.

      • Luke: You see, now that's where I go all "Event Horizon" on you.

        This may be a reference to the 1997 sci-fi/horror film by Paul Anderson, starring Laurence Fishburne and Sam Neill.

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