Spooks

Season 3 Episode 4

Episode 4

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 01, 2004 on BBC
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The latest round of Middle East peace talks are abruptly halted when a key delegate is killed. With the peace process derailed MI5 start to investigate a newspaper mogul and renowned Israeli extremist, and a group he's associated with called the November Committee. Can MI5 prevent an assassination attempt on a pro-Palestinian British MP?moreless

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    Jan Chappell

    Jan Chappell

    Patricia Norton

    Guest Star

    Julian Rivett

    Julian Rivett

    Chauffeur

    Guest Star

    Anton Lesser

    Anton Lesser

    Nicholas Ashworth

    Guest Star

    Olga Sosnovska

    Olga Sosnovska

    Fiona Carter

    Recurring Role

    Rory MacGregor

    Rory MacGregor

    Colin Wells

    Recurring Role

    Richard Harrington

    Richard Harrington

    Will North

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Adam: I have an idea, but it requires a woman who's ruthless, immoral, vicious and utterly lacking in human sympathy.
        Zoe: Who?
        Adam: My wife.

      • Adam: [ of Catherine Townsend ] You didn't know your daughter was mixed up in the Palestine Freedom Campaign?
        Harry: No. Well, you could always rely on Catherine to find the bird with the broken wing. Emotion over intellect, suppose you have to expect that. Brother was the one with the brains.

      • Harry [ about Catherine ]: I have to protect her.
        Adam: Harry, you need to take a step back.
        Harry: Yes, Adam, that'll help. Been doing that for 20 years with her, and look where it's got me.

      • (Danny is startled by Catherine at the Palestine Freedom Campaign office.)
        Danny: What are you doing here?
        Catherine: I asked first.
        Danny: Um, I haven't got the internet at home, some nights I let myself in to use it.
        Catherine: Oh, searching for porn?
        Danny: Do I look like the kind of guy who would collude in the objectification of women's bodies?
        Catherine: In the sense that you look like a guy, yes.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Catherine Townsend: "Once more the storm is howling, and half hid
        Under this cradle-hood and coverlid
        My child sleeps on."
        Harry: "Considering that, all hatred driven hence,
        The soul recovers radical innocence…"
        These lines are from the first and ninth stanzas of W. B. Yeats's poem, "A Prayer for My Daughter", which provides the U.S. title for the episode.

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