Spooks (2002–2011)
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Episode #8.1 

A kidnapped Harry Pearce is kept prisoner in an abandoned warehouse without really knowing what his captors want. When men try to kidnap Ruth, now married and with a stepson, she goes ... See full summary »

Director:

Alrick Riley

Writer:

Ben Richards
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Richard Armitage ... Lucas North
Ace Bhatti ... Amish Mani
Paul Birchard Paul Birchard ... Libby McCall
Peter Firth ... Harry Pearce
Robert Glenister ... Home Secretary
Hermione Norris ... Ros Myers
Genevieve O'Reilly ... Sarah Caulfield
Daniel Rabin Daniel Rabin ... George
Miranda Raison ... Jo Portman
Andrew Scarborough ... Stephen Hillier
Hugh Simon Hugh Simon ... Malcolm Wynn-Jones
Peter Sullivan ... Viktor Sarkisian
Luke Tzortzis Luke Tzortzis ... Nico
Nicola Walker ... Ruth Evershed
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Storyline

A kidnapped Harry Pearce is kept prisoner in an abandoned warehouse without really knowing what his captors want. When men try to kidnap Ruth, now married and with a stepson, she goes straight to MI-5 to find out what is going on. There she reveals a secret only she and knew: the location of a stash of weapons grade uranium that was headed to Baghdad justify American claims of WMDs and the invasion of Iraq. Lucas North asks for help from newly arrived CIA agent Sarah Caulfield in finding the American links to the plot. When Ruth's stepson is threatened, Malcolm puts his life on the line to save him. Written by garykmcd

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

4 November 2009 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Near the end of the show, Sarah Caufield tells Ros that she doesn't like "being messed about." As an American, Sarah would have never used this very British phrase (the actress is actually Irish). Instead, an American would have likely said something like "I don't like being messed with" or even "screwed over" (or something even stronger). See more »

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