Murder City

Season 1 Episode 6

Nothing Sacred

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 22, 2004 on ITV
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Nothing Sacred
The owner of a gallery specialising in Islamic art is discovered in the boot of a submerged car. Armed with a clue found in the dead man's flat, Alembic and Stone head for a casino, but their investigation is destined to end in further tragedy.

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    Scott Wood

    Scott Wood

    Iain Dymmond

    Guest Star

    Paul Venables

    Paul Venables

    D.C. Ormond

    Guest Star

    Stanley Townsend

    Stanley Townsend

    Edward De Vere

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Turner: Proceed with great caution. I don't particularly care for you people, but I prefer if you were investigating murders, rather than being the victims of them.

      • Luke: If you don't cooperate with me… I will make it my obsession to know everything about you, and I can obsess, I really can. I will deduce your dreams, calculate your secrets, turn information into intimacy. So if you want me out of your life, you need to cooperate.
        Rosa: I haven't met a man yet I didn't want out of my life… eventually.

      • Turner [ to his team ]: For the hard of thinking, I'm separating the wheat from the chaff. I'm proposing that you compete against each other in a points system in order to facilitate my one true belief, the Holy Grail of policing – the clear-up.

      • Adrian [ of Luke ]: Sir, is the Stoner out of his depth, sir?
        Turner: Cat stuck up a tree, and he'd be out of his depth.

      • Luke: Mm, kebab, food of the gods.
        Susan: Luke, it's 10 o'clock in the morning. I should take that into custody for your own protection.

      • Turner: It's been happening since the dawn of time; there's no sign that it will ever end. It is a given of the human condition. I'm talking about the inexhaustible capacity for murder. No matter how efficient or successful we are, we must face the truth: we are engaged in the business of chaos management. That is our destiny.

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