Operation Good Guys

Season 2 Episode 4

I Will Survive

Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Jul 26, 1999 on BBC Two
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I Will Survive
The Good Guys are sent on a survival course at Camp Alpha run by a man called Big Jim. They make their way there along a canal in boats and end up facing their first unofficial test. A bunch of kids on the towpath insulting them. Bones gets rid of them by throwing eggs at them but this later backfires when the Dad of one of the boys bombards Beach and Ray's boat and sinks them. The Good Guys eventually reach Camp Alpha and meet Mad Jim who seems to have a rather unhealthy interest in Hitler. Gary feels threatened by Mad Jim and his hatred of black people. Beach tries to calm Gary down but Gary won't be budged. Beach goes to see Mad Jim to ask about his politics. However Mad Jim decides to introduce Ray to his pigs. When Ray emerges from the barn he looks somewhat roughed up. The next morning Mad Jim flattens the Good Guys tents with a tank and then sets up the days exercise. They have to imagine they are tracking down a mean, godless, evil person with no soul. That part will be played by Gary (What a surprise). Gary however has the last laugh when he achieves top marks by avoiding the tank for seven hours. That evening the Good Guys notice a burning cross across the field where they are camping. They go to investigate and they discover a meeting of the Ku Klux Klan led by Mad Jim. Beach goes to put a stop to it only to get attacked whilst the other Good Guys Scarper. Beach catches them up later hotly pursued by guard dogs. The Good Guys escape across a river and reach a bus stop. However Beach is pulled in for having a racist message on his back painted on by Mad Jim.moreless

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