The Knock

Season 2 Episode 8

Episode 8

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jun 16, 1996 on ITV
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Episode 8
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Tom Bishop, a Customs and Excise man, is murdered in France and Bill’s team is determined to find the killer, despite being told to stay off the case. A VAT Inspector is curious about the business activities of a Turkish kebab shop. Laurens visits his Azerbaijani heroin supplier and approaches Montfort to share the deal. German drug exporter, Moller, looks for a British buyer for PCP but has transportation issues. A mysterious load of discarded apples near Heathrow raises suspicion. Barry takes in his troublesome teenage relative and Diane lends a hand with childcare. Diane receives an unexpected dinner invitation.moreless

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    William Ely

    William Ely

    Tom Bishop

    Guest Star

    Stephane Cornicard

    Stephane Cornicard

    Jacques Orleans

    Guest Star

    Yuri Stepanov

    Yuri Stepanov

    Baseyev

    Guest Star

    Andrew Dunn

    Andrew Dunn

    Kevin Butcher

    Recurring Role

    Aletta Lawson

    Aletta Lawson

    Ingrid Moller

    Recurring Role

    Greg Hicks

    Greg Hicks

    Alan Ryan QC

    Recurring Role

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      • Jo: Andreotti meets an attractive, young VAT lady and tells her City and South are interested. When what he means is, he is attracted in young VAT lady.
        Katherine: That man is disgusting.

      • Diane: [Having just been just asked out for dinner] I don't know.
        Ryan: You don't know what? You won't be hungry by eight or you don't like me?
        Diane: Well, call me old fashioned but I like lawyers who believe in law, not fees.
        Ryan: Ah, so you'll come.

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