The Tomorrow People

Season 5 Episode 2

The Dirtiest Business, Episode Two: A Spy Dies...

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Aired Unknown Mar 07, 1977 on ITV
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John, Liz and Mike try to save the Russian girl from both the British SIS and the Russian KGB, with mixed success.

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    Vivien Heilbron

    Vivien Heilbron

    Major Ann Turner

    Guest Star

    Jan Murzynowski

    Jan Murzynowski

    K.G.B. Man

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    Gabor Vernon

    Gabor Vernon

    Senior K.G.B. Man

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      • • The SIS agent says Pavlava is more powerful at reading minds than the Tomorrow People, and is reading minds without knowing it. If she doesn't know she's reading minds, then how could she tell others that she has information?
        • It's convenient that not only does the radio station have a KGB agent, but there is also an SIS agent present as well.
        • John and Elizabeth jaunt to the radio station in different clothes than the ones they had in the lab.
        • An unconscious Mike has his jaunting belt on, but Tim does not bring him back to the lab.
        • Mike, who somehow went unconscious from a hard push on the chest, later says that he feels like he got hit on the head.
        • When the Head Russian has Pavlava insert her numbers into the machine, she hits three buttons. The buttons aren't numbered, and her number on the screen is much longer than she hit.
        • The final scene, which is very good and dramatic doesn't make too much sense. The SIS agent and Pavlava rush everyone out of the room because they think Pavlava is going to explode at any moment. Though she does, the fact that she jumped out the window at the exact moment of the explosion is suspect. Otherwise, she would have been gravely injured or committed suicide for no reason.

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