Waterloo Road

Season 4 Episode 2

Series 4 Episode 2

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Jan 14, 2009 on BBC
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Series 4 Episode 2
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Eddie is angry when he finds out Rachel has been lying about her sister, Melissa. However, the pair seem to get along well. Elsewhere, the school's new security guard, Dave Miller, instantly falls in love with Steph.

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    Tim Healy

    Tim Healy

    Security Dave

    Guest Star

    Beatrice Kelley

    Beatrice Kelley

    Mrs Hall

    Guest Star

    Charlie Sheldrick

    Charlie Sheldrick

    Prince Kelly

    Guest Star

    Lauren Thomas

    Lauren Thomas

    Aleesha Dillon

    Recurring Role

    Katie Griffiths

    Katie Griffiths

    Chlo Grainger

    Recurring Role

    Lucy Dixon

    Lucy Dixon

    Danielle Harker

    Recurring Role

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      • Music Featured
        Sugar Rush - L.O.V.E
        Sam Sparro - Black & Gold
        Leon Jean Marie - Your Turn Has Come
        Delays - Girls On Fire
        The Zutons - Dirty Rat
        The Fratellis - Look Out Sunshine!
        Underworld - Good Morning Cockerel
        Sam Sparro - Waiting For Time
        The Fratellis - A Heady Tale
        The Zutons - Little Red Door
        The Fratellis - Milk & Money
        Kasabian - Reason Is Treason
        Bryn Christopher - Help Me
        Burial - Etched Headplate
        Newton Faulkner - Dream Catch Me
        Metros - Education Part 2
        Sergeant - K - Ok
        Plan B - Who Needs Actions When You Got Words
        Daft Punk - Mothership Reconnection
        Drive Like I Do - Wolves
        Mstrkrft - Neon Knights
        Ida Corr Feat. Fredde Le Grand - Let Me Think About It
        The Zutons - Pull The Plug

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Steph: Sisters, sisters. There were never such devoted sisters.
        This is an allusion to the song "Sisters" by Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen from the 1954 film "White Christmas", and was written by Irving Berlin.

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