Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000)

Season 1 Episode 4

Paranoia

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 08, 2000 on BBC
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Douglas Milton is preparing to release a book that will reveal details about security and terrorism that all authorities would like to keep a secret. So he needs protection till the date of the release, so Jeff and Jeannie get assigned to him.

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    Paul Rhys

    Paul Rhys

    Douglas Milton

    Guest Star

    Arabella Weir

    Arabella Weir

    Judith Milton

    Guest Star

    Alexis Denisof

    Alexis Denisof

    Richard Shelley

    Guest Star

    Charlie Higson

    Charlie Higson

    Bulstrode

    Recurring Role

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      • Jeannie: I suppose you made up that story about your wife dying so that I'd feel sorry for you.
        Richard: No. She really did die protecting the ambassador. Alright, I changed a couple of details. Like; I was the assassin, and I don't really miss her. But otherwise it was a perfectly true story.

      • Annabelle: (talking to her pink stuffed bunny) Yes, I know I shouldn't really be killing people. But I did love Douglas.

      • Magda: You can do whatever you like here, and no one will ever know. I mean, don't you find hotels soo sexy.
        Jeff: Yeah... No! Ey, I don't know, really...
        Magda: I would have bought my boyfriend if he was more adventurous. How about you?
        Jeff: I don't have a boyfriend.
        Magda: Well, that's a good start.

      • Richard: I don't mean to sound arrogant, miss Hearst... may I call you Jeannie? (she nods) ... but our organisation has provided security at may major events, and we haven't lost anyone yet.
        Jeannie: I wish I could say the same for our organisation.

      • Mr. Bullstrode: You know, I sometimes think the phrase 'organized crime' is a contradiction in terms.

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