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Spooks

Season 7 Episode 8

Episode 8

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Dec 08, 2008 on BBC
9.5
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Section D uncover details of Tiresias, a network of Russian sleepers tasked with crippling the UK's infrastructure ahead of a nuclear attack. They turn to the traitor Connie James for assistance, but the FSB are determined to recover their asset.

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  • Explosive (literally) Season finale!

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    It's been a good year for the show, the scripts have been tiptop and the episodes were fantastic and I think they saved the best until last. With the events of the previous episode leaving Section D weaker (Ben's dead, Connie's locked up) it's probably not the best time for the team to be on the run from an FSB hit squad, unable to trust anyone else in MI:5 or in the police. Now add the fact that a russian sleeper is going to plant a tactical nuclear device somewhere in central london and you've got all the elements to add up to a thrilling end of season effort. With Action from start to finish and an unlikely saviour in the end it really delivers. Highlight for me has to be Harry evading the hit squad. Firstly, cleverly avoiding the rooftop sniper then demonstrating the true power of the old school tie. And Lucas cements his credentials by still goign even with a bullet wound. And of course, the sting in the tail. Well I won't spoil it for those who haven't seen it, but it's set up nicely for a tense beginning of the next batch of episodes in 2009.moreless
Kevin Fuller

Kevin Fuller

Walter Crane

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Kenneth Bryans

Kenneth Bryans

George Redman

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Anastasia Hille

Anastasia Hille

Marina Connolly

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Robert Glenister

Robert Glenister

Home Secretary

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