In the Flesh (2013–2014)
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Episode #2.2 

Kieren's plans to leave Roarton are put on hold as Maxine tightens her grip. Jem is forced to confront her demons when a rabid appears in the school. Simon reveals he has feeling for Kieren; meanwhile disaster strikes in the woods.


Jim O'Hanlon

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Harriet Cains ... Jem Walker
Christopher Jordan Christopher Jordan ... Mr. Overton
Luke Newberry ... Kieren Walker
Marie Critchley ... Sue Walker
Steve Cooper Steve Cooper ... Steve Walker
Rory Gallagher ... Keith
Kevin Sutton ... Gary Kendal
Gillian Waugh ... Pearl Pinder
Steve Garti ... Duncan Lancaster
Wunmi Mosaku ... Maxine Martin
Stephen Thompson ... Philip Wilson
Sarah Jane Corrigan Sarah Jane Corrigan ... Loyal Parishioner
Emily Bevan ... Amy Dyer
Eve Austin ... Frankie Kirby (as Eve Gordon)
Emmett J Scanlan ... Simon Monroe (as Emmett J. Scanlan)


Now in possession of the late vicar Oddie's register of the PDS sufferers Maxine imposes a travel ban, scuppering Kieren's plan to move to France, as she also withdraws his citizenship for six months after which he must reapply. The PDS are given community work, to repay society, and Kieren and Simon have to help build a perimeter fence. Simon asks Kieren to an Undead party, where he hopes to build up the UDL but Kieren is put off by its violence and the fact that the party-goers are high on sheep's brains. Amy has also been acting oddly and tells Dr Russo that she has been on home-made medication whilst at the commune. Shirley's son Philip has a fetish about PDS women and visits a brothel where he asks a girl to pretend to be Amy. At school Jem's past as a member of the HVF makes her a heroine but when a classmate temporarily regresses into becoming a rabid after taking Blue Obliv pills Jem fails to kill him and is reviled as a coward. She joins her fellow HVF colleague Gary, who ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | Horror




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11 May 2014 (UK) See more »

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