Can't see Cowley risking his top men on an operation for a backhander.
As i posted before, i think Cowley saw it as one in the bank, a favour which he could call in sometime in the future.
Very likely. Maybe in return those guys he was helping notified him of the presence of dangerous terrorists like Mixed Doubles' Rio.
"What was I thinking of, hitting him? Nothing. No, I know. I hate him! I hate his guts, I hate everything he stands for with his PACE and his plus and his statements of purpose and his smiling at the punters and his have a nice day! I mean when was the last time he ever nicked anybody, eh? A real villain! When was the last time he ever put himself on the line?"
Post by bodiesstuntdouble on Dec 10, 2018 17:39:52 GMT
Watching this on ITV4 now - great action packed episode (probably the highest bullet count of the entire series) and as has already been mentioned this was begging to be adapted into a full on film production (solid supporting cast too)
I may be wrong but I think she may have been one of the actors who was at the 2nd get together for Bob's book ? She was good in Vault of Horror too
I'm pretty sure she wasn't because Tinkerbell (Ahmed Al Shenawi) was there and he made a joke about Jasmina Hilton's character being called "Leia": Which in arabic means something roughly like: "Backside of a sheep". Not so sure he'd have gotten away with it if she was there on the day...
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I’m seeing these for the first time and this is a great episode and as I’m going through series 1 and 2 in order this could well be my favourite so far. The action throughout the series is in the main always of a high standard, and this episode is a really nice change to have it consistently action packed all the way through, with plenty of dispensable villains turning up. It doesn’t let up at all. I actually thought there would be some twist to it and Tinkerbell or the woman would be the real leader they were escorting.
One of the big things I’m enjoying seeing again is the time period, when this was originally shown I would have been 8 and yet I can still remember many things vividly from the era, but funnily enough I remember my dad calling me tinkerbell when we used to have play fights when I was young.