Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (2000)

Season 1 Episode 3

The Best Years of Your Death

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 01, 2000 on BBC
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The Best Years of Your Death
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Jeannie's nephew Daniel is unhappy in boarding school, because he thinks that a teacher was murdered. To investigate things Jeff gets a job as Teacher in this school and Jeannie as nurse. They soon discover the dark methods of the school's headmaster.

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    Peter Bowles

    Peter Bowles

    Capt Graves

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    Rory Jennings

    Rory Jennings

    Daniel Gill

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    William Chubb

    William Chubb

    Angus Gill

    Guest Star

    Charlie Higson

    Charlie Higson

    Man on park bench (uncredited)

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    Melissa Knatchbull

    Melissa Knatchbull

    Wendy Gill

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      • (In bed with Jeannie, Jeff snors loudly, keeping her awake.)
        Jeannie: (sitting up) Shut up, shut up, shut up, shut up!
        (He stops, and she lays down. He starts snoring again.)
        Jeannie: Argh!!!

      • (About her and Jeff being "husband and wife")
        Jeannie: You snore to loudly. (She walks away)
        Jeff: What? I don't snore. (Marty appears next to him)
        Marty: Yes, you do.
        Jeff: How would you know?
        Marty: 'Cause I made you.

      • About their awkward double-bed
        Jeannie: Look, this is strictly businesses, Jeff.
        Jeff: Jeannie, I know. We're partners, in the businesses sense. It will be exactly as if I were sharing a bed with Marty.
        Marty: (shimmering in) We will be, maty-boy, don't you worry, I won't be leaving you alone with her of one moment.
        Jeff: Great.

      • Percy Banks-Smith: It's been very difficult since Dawkins left.
        Jeannie: I expect the boys are finding it hard. He was very popular, I gather.
        Harriet Banks-Smith: Mr. Dawkins made the mistake of trying to get the boys to like him. Boys do not respond to that. Boys have savage tendencies, they are down beasts and will not work if they are not forced. If you show them any kindness they will spit in your face. They explioted Mr. Dawkins.
        Percy Banks-Smith: Yes. Hello, Harriet, dear. This is...
        Harriet Banks-Smith: I shall see you at supper. I am doing my rounds.
        Percy Banks-Smith: Harriet is head matron and I'm her wife - that's to say, her husband.

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