Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000)

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 18, 2000 on BBC
6.3
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It’s the week before private detective Marty Hopkirk's wedding to his girlfriend Jeannie Hurst, when he and his partner Jeff Randall get a new assignment. They have to watch over the wife of famous artist Gordon Stylus, who fears for her life. While on duty, Marty gets killed, leaving Jeff and Jeannie grieving, but obligated to investigate his death. Marty’s ghosts starts to help Jeff, but he misses to get back in his grave in time and his doomed to walk on earth with Jeff, since only he can see him.moreless

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  • Wow, what more can I say,this edisode has everything death, ghosts, mystery, unrequited love, and best of all David Tennant. As a pilot its superb, it's just a shame only 6 episoded were ever made.moreless

    8.4
    Marty is a bit annoying at the beginning when he tries to prove he knows about art, when he doesn't have a clue, and Jeff is a bit gormless, but Jessica Stevenson as the secratary who keeps saying "I don't want a mutant baby" is weird, and that is what the show should stick to Weird and wacky. David Tennant seems to have a gift for playing demented screwballs, but for all of 5 minutes I didn't see it! He was the killer with the Art agent guy, It was fantastic. The scene with the cliff looked sooo fake but over all the special effects like the robot were passable, The graveyard scene when Geff was crying was the best very weird.moreless
Charles Dance

Charles Dance

Kenneth Crisby

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David Tennant

David Tennant

Gordon Stylus

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Hannah Miles

Hannah Miles

Annette Stylus

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Charlie Higson

Charlie Higson

Party guest (uncredited)

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Melissa Knatchbull

Melissa Knatchbull

Wendy Gill

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