Yes, Prime Minister

Season 1 Episode 8

One of Us

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 27, 1986 on BBC Two
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Hacker threatens to place Sir Humphrey on leave while a security inquiry looks into why he cleared a confessed Soviet spy many years earlier, so Sir Humphrey retaliates with a dog in distress on Salisbury plain.

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    John Normington

    John Normington

    Sir Norman Block

    Guest Star

    Michael Aldridge

    Michael Aldridge

    Director of MI5

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    Miranda Forbes

    Miranda Forbes

    Secretary

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      • Head of MI5: There was a lot of ridiculous press specualtion at the time, suggesting Halstead was a spy. Totally unfounded of course.
        Jim Hacker: But he was a spy.
        Head of MI5: But they didn't know that!

      • Jim Hacker: You sure you watched the whole of the news?
        Annie Hacker: Yes.
        Jim Hacker: Wasn't it on, the bit about me?
        Annie Hacker: No, unless I missed it of course.
        Jim Hacker: But you said you watched the whole of the news.
        Annie Hacker: Yes, but you know how it is when one watches TV; one sort of mentally tunes out the boring bits.

      • Jim Hacker: You sure you watched the whole of the news?
        Annie Hacker: Yes.
        Jim Hacker: Wasn't it on, the bit about me?
        Annie Hacker: No, unless I missed it of course.
        Jim Hacker: But you said you watched the whole of the news.
        Annie Hacker: Yes, but you know how it is when one watches TV; one sort of mentally tunes out the boring bits.

      • Jim Hacker: Yes Humphrey, there is something I want to talk to you about. Something very secret. Umm...
        Sir Humphrey: Would it be easier if I wasn't here?

      • Sir Humphrey: Arnold, are you suggesting that I should have the Prime Minister crawling all over Salisbury Plain, with a mine detector in one hand and a packet of Winalot in the other?
        Sir Arnold: It would probably do Britain less harm than anything else he is likely to be doing.

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