Whitechapel

Season 1 Episode 2

Episode Two

6
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Feb 09, 2009 on ITV
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DI Chandler is under pressure to bring the investigation to a speedy conclusion but the team has no new leads and no evidence to go on. DS Miles identifies a possible suspect and the team mounts surveillance in the hope of trapping him. A fresh examination of the bodies reveals a vital clue hidden on a victim's eye balls.moreless

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    Paul Hickey

    Paul Hickey

    Dr Cohen

    Guest Star

    Jane Riley

    Jane Riley

    Sarah Smith

    Guest Star

    Janice Acquah

    Janice Acquah

    Leary's Counsel

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    Christopher Fulford

    Christopher Fulford

    DC Fitzgerald

    Recurring Role

    Sam Stockman

    Sam Stockman

    DC Kent

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    George Rossi

    George Rossi

    DC McCormack

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In a ratings battle between ITV and BBC, ITV's Whitechapel gained 5.9 million more viewers than BBC's Moses Jones in the 9pm time slot.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Edward Buchan: He's creating the world for you. The same murders, the same mysterious suspects, the same mysterious lines of enquiry. He wants you to think he's a soldier or a man in a leather apron, because if you're looking for them, you're not looking for him. He wants to make you his Inspector Abberline.
        DI Joseph Chandler: The policeman who couldn't catch the Ripper?
        Edward Buchan: Hmm, but the point of playing Jack the Ripper is to get away with it, and never be found.

      • DI Joseph Chandler: I'm the wrong man for this job.
        Edward Buchan: But if we catch this man tomorrow night, you will be the man who captured the Ripper, forever.
        DI Joseph Chandler: No one catches the Ripper. History says so.

      • (On getting the killers DNA)
        DS Ray Miles: Your attention please, ladies. Private John Leary. History of violence against women. He threatened a teenager with a knife in Germany, and he wounded a young woman in Aldershot. His regiment have dealt with everything up until now. They describe him as troubled. Now his leaves don't tally exactly with the murders but he has gone A.W.O.L. before now so we can't rule him out. He's a very naughty boy. Get all that boss?
        DI Joseph Chandler: Yes I have. Bring him in. We found the killer's DNA on Alice Graves, so we might as well get a sample from Leary.
        DS Ray Miles: What DNA? I thought the body was clean?
        DI Joseph Chandler: It was on her eyeballs.
        DC Sanders: How did it get there?
        DI Joseph Chandler: He wanted to leave his image on her dying eyes, so he licked them.

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