Silent Witness

Season 9 Episode 7

Mind and Body, Part One

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Aired Daily 9:00 PM Aug 15, 2005 on BBC
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Mind and Body, Part One
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Nikki is called to the scene of a suicide, and later to a stabbing in a shop. Harry is also called to another stabbing and they conclude that they were both committed by the same person, before Nikki spots the man after he has stabbed a third person. They discover that both men were receiving psychiatric treatment and that the drugs may have been tampered with. Meanwhile, Harry investigates a woman's claim that when her daughter had died after being hit by a train three months earlier that she did not kill herself, while Leo investigates a man's death after he was supposedly kidnapped by a gang at his home.

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Dr Sanders: Does the care center have to be mentioned to the media?
        DCI Collins: Not sure you are worrying about the right thing there doctor.

      • Hattie: But Morrie, the patients. They come here ... empty, disorientated, angry, addicted. And you take all that away.
        Dr Sanders: I just bury it. Only this time I didn't bury it deep enough.

      • Harry: What's happening down at your looney bin? Fitting in well?

      • Leo: The curious incident of the dog in the nighttime.
        DCI Palmer: What?
        Leo: Sherlock Holmes.
        DCI Palmer: What did the dog do in the nighttime then?
        Leo: Nothing. That's what was curious about it.

      • Harry: Does the Kennel Club know about this?
        Leo (while closer examining the dead dog): He could possess vital evidence.
        Harry: Or you are barking up the wrong tree!

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Leo: Elementary

        Sherlock Holmes (fictional detective by Conan Doyle) often used to refer to his findings as 'elementary', meaning that he considered them to be simple and logical.

      • The Kennel Club that Harry refers to is an organization aimed at offering dog owners information, experience and advice on all things concerning dogs.

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