Mad Dogs (2011– )
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Episode #1.4 

The friends bury Tiny Blair but are scared when the villa suffers a power cut and flares are fired and believe the Serbs are trying to intimidate them. Maria comes to the villa next day but... See full summary »

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Adrian Shergold

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Cris Cole (written and created by)
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Episode cast overview:
Max Beesley ... Woody
Marc Warren ... Rick
Philip Glenister ... Quinn
John Simm ... Baxter
María Botto ... Maria
Ben Chaplin ... Alvo
Eloise Joseph ... Lottie
Tim Woodward ... Dominic
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The friends bury Tiny Blair but are scared when the villa suffers a power cut and flares are fired and believe the Serbs are trying to intimidate them. Maria comes to the villa next day but Woody has his doubts as to whether she really is a detective. However footage from the camcorder proves not only that Alvo was,as suspected,a drug smuggler but that he was dealing,not with Serbian gangsters but corrupt police officers - including Maria,whom Quinn shoots dead as she tries to kill them. Lottie brings the car and everybody decides to return home,except Quinn,who will use most of the drug money to start a new life on the island. But no sooner has the car driven off than Dominic,the corrupt officer in charge of the drugs racket turns up at the villa. Written by don @ minifie-1

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mask | murder | friendship | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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3 March 2011 (UK) See more »

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John Simm (Baxter), Philip Glenister (Quinn) & Marc Warren (Rick) also worked together on State of Play (2003) as Cal McCaffrey, DCI William Bell & Dominic Foy respectively. See more »

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Episode 1.4
11 April 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

As the series reaches its first season finale. The villa suffers a power cut, there are flares being fired. The boys think there is danger ahead.

Too much time is spent on the four friends bickering. Those underlying tensions from the opening episode burst forth.

The trouble is it stilts the pace when the action should be heating up.

It is Baxter who looks at the video footage and figures it is all smokes and mirrors. It is the local police they should be wary of.

It has an action packed ending but felt a little bit too little and too late.


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