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Spooks

Season 2 Episode 1

Episode 1

3
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jun 02, 2003 on BBC
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The series picks up exactly where we left it. With Tom's family trapped in his house with a bomb and nothing Tom or the other Spooks can do but watch on. There is a huge explosion and the credits begin. However there is no time to focus on these events as a Serbian Warlord has been seen entering the U.K. vowing revenge for the death of his sons in a N.A.T.O. bombing raid. Zoe is sent undercover to track him down, and prevent any further deaths.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Karel Roden

    Karel Roden

    Miroslav Gradic

    Guest Star

    Dragan Micanovic

    Dragan Micanovic

    Rado

    Guest Star

    Lorcan Cranitch

    Lorcan Cranitch

    Patrick McCann

    Guest Star

    Esther Hall

    Esther Hall

    Ellie Simm

    Recurring Role

    Heather Cave

    Heather Cave

    Maisie Simm

    Recurring Role

    Hugh Simon

    Hugh Simon

    Malcolm Wynn-Jones

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Zoe's hair has changed since the final episode of the first series, although the timespan between them is only minutes.

        At the end, when Tom is talking to Ellie, the door is open from a different side than when the shot changes to Tom walking away with the pan up to Maisie.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Tom: I'm driving down to Ellie's parents' place. She won't speak to me on the 'phone.
        Danny: What makes you think she'll speak to you in person?
        Tom: Oh, reckless optimism.

      • Harry: I heard about what happened in there.
        Tom: And you're concerned about my emotional state.
        Harry: Couldn't care less about your emotional state. I care very much about whether you're able to do your job.

      • Harry: There's no justice anymore, Tom, not the way the world plays it. Nuremberg, Truth and Reconciliation—there's not been a single unified successful prosecution of international law. They're sending Gradic to the Hague… Way the tribunal's going, he could die of old age before his case comes up.

      • Ben [ of Ellie and Maisie ]: One minute they're innocent – not just innocent, safe. Then you open your mouth, a few words come out, "I'm a spy," and, uh, suddenly they're a target. They're a liability for life, and it's all your fault. They've been branded; it's like a hex.

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