In Series 2, Tennison has proven herself and won her colleagues' grudging respect. When she is assigned to head a murder inquiry in the African Caribbean community, it seems further evidence that her star is on the rise. Suddenly she's in the thick of a racial controversy, working with a black detective who is also her former lover (guest star Colin Salmon, Keen Eddie), and dealing with prejudice in the field and on her team. Tennison begins to wonder if she's been handed a plum case or hung out to dry.
Did You Know?
When Tennison is interviewing Vernon Allen about his ownership of number fifteen, she states that he bought the house in 1989 (despite the body being buried in 1986) and then says he sold the house, with Harvey as a sitting tenant, in 1989. See more
References Dirty Harry
Written by Chuck Berry
Performed by the Incident Room Guys See more