Spooks

Season 3 Episode 5

Episode 5

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 08, 2004 on BBC
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Saturday morning. Danny and Colin practice their firing technique on MI-5s gun range. Zoe and fiance Will are still madly in love. Ruth watches old movies at home whilst longing for real-life romance. A North Sea mission places additional stain on all relationships…

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    Debra Gillett

    Debra Gillett

    Psychologist

    Guest Star

    Luke de Lacey

    Luke de Lacey

    Waiter

    Guest Star

    Barnaby Kay

    Barnaby Kay

    John Fortescue

    Guest Star

    Rory MacGregor

    Rory MacGregor

    Colin Wells

    Recurring Role

    Richard Harrington

    Richard Harrington

    Will North

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      • Adam [ about Newland ]: We stop him like this, right now, we know for certain we are safer. The only person we should be worried about right now, is Danny Hunter, okay?
        Danny: Me?
        Adam: You should be thinking about you, that's absolutely right.
        Danny: What about me?
        Adam: Well, inside you things will happen. It only really kicks in when you– when you get home. First your legs, they just go from under you, then you puke, and you cry like a baby. After all that, what I finally realised was, if I could look myself in the eyes – in the mirror – if I could do that, I'd be okay.

      • Adam: Newland is involved in the sale of weapons of mass destruction, and in the light of this, he's been classified as a combatant, and as a combatant, threatening UK interests, we are within our rights to take whatever actions we deem necessary.
        Zoe: Well, say it. Go on, at least have the guts to say it.
        Harry: We are within our rights to kill him.
        Zoe: We are nowhere near 'our rights'.
        Harry: We have come to realise that we are living in a far more dangerous world. You may have noticed this yourself, Zoe.

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