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Murder City

Season 1 Episode 2

Under the Skin

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 25, 2004 on ITV
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Under the Skin
When an unearthed skull opens a murder investigation, Stone orders a facial reconstruction of the skull and the photographs go to press, prompting a woman to come forward claiming that the face in the photo belongs to a man who raped and strangled her sister several years earlier. When Dumfries informs them that a different man was convicted of that murder, Stone and Alembic dig further and unearth a web of lies surrounding the previous investigation.moreless

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    Trevor Stuart

    Trevor Stuart

    Hugh Wylie

    Guest Star

    Madlena Nedeva

    Madlena Nedeva

    Margaret Whitevale

    Guest Star

    Ifan Meredith

    Ifan Meredith

    Paul Whitevale

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Adrian: What is it you think we do here?
        Luke: We solve crimes.
        Turner: No! We accumulate clear-ups.

      • Annie: And don't you dare tell me you love me.
        Luke: Can't I even say I love you as a friend?
        Annie: No, that makes me feel fat.

      • Susan: Is that Hugh Wylie… the murderer?
        Luke: Ex-murderer
        Susan: No, there's no such thing.
        Luke: Prison's definitely half-empty for you, isn't it?

      • (after fumbling a case)
        Luke: Turner hates me, doesn't he?
        Susan: All your works, and everything you stand for. Funny though, you got exactly what you wanted.
        Luke: Well that skull's a suspicious death, Susan, and I'm a murder squad detective. Love and marriage, horse and carriage.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Luke: Rumours of his death were somewhat exaggerated.

        This is a variation of a quote attributed to the American author, Mark Twain: "Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated." The actual quote, found in the 2005 biography by Ron Powers, Mark Twain: A Life, is said to be, "The report of my death was an exaggeration."