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"Inspector George Gently" Goodbye China (TV Episode 2011) Poster

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Liz Thompson: [looking at Durham Cathedral] That's my favourite view, Chief Inspector

George Gently: I think it's becoming mine too. Why are you here, sergeant?

Liz Thompson: I'm the Chief Constable's new driver.

George Gently: You enjoying it?

Liz Thompson: Yes. I get to go everywhere he goes. Never knew County Durham had so many golf courses.

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Pat Shepherd: [Being introduced to George by her husband Alan] George, lovely to meet you. I'm going to embarrass you both now; you're the nearest thing my husband's got to a hero.

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John Bacchus: [after failing to get a search warrant from threee magistrates] Do you want me to break in, Guv?

George Gently: Do you want to ask me a different question, John?

John Bacchus: Can I have the afternoon off, Guv?

George Gently: Absolutely.

George Gently: [as Bacchus is walking away] John, don't get caught.

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Paul Collison: Look, I just want you to know that I think using violence against kids is barbaric.

John Bacchus: My dad belted me when I was a kid; didn't do me any harm.

Paul Collison: [With sarcasm] That's a matter of opinion.

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Terri Molloy: You deserve better than this, Tommy. I'm sorry.

Sgt Molloy: Ah, the world would be a painful place if we all got what we deserved, huh?

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[last lines]

George Gently: Bye, China.

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David Blackburn: When I was a laddy/ I lived with my mammy/ And many's a hammer/ My mammy gave me/ And when I grow up/ I can hammer me mammy/ Serves her right for hammerin' me

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