Luther (2010– )
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Episode #4.2 

Will a cold case unlock the mystery from Luther's past that is haunting him? The detective is forced to put himself and Emma in danger to stop the serial killer's end game.

Director:

Sam Miller

Writers:

Neil Cross (created by), Neil Cross
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Idris Elba ... DCI John Luther
Laura Haddock ... Megan Cantor
Dermot Crowley ... DSU Martin Schenk
Patrick Malahide ... George Cornelius
Rose Leslie ... DS Emma Lane
Mark Carey Mark Carey ... Jimmy Segar
Lorraine Hilton Lorraine Hilton ... June Segar
John Heffernan ... Steven Rose
Michael Smiley ... Benny Silver
Tommy French ... Declan Segar
Ash Rizi ... Mohan Rai
Annabel Bates ... Tara Black
Seline Hizli ... Stacey Bell
Hannah Bourne Hannah Bourne ... Katie Woodward
Emma Fischer ... Hannah Woodward
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Storyline

As more murders occur George escapes, leading to a failed hit on Luther, followed by a truce. Rose's computer reveals that he has been spying on over two hundred of his clients but it is the discovery that he is likely to be going after the girlfriend who, long ago, deserted him that gives Luther and sidekick Emma Lane the chance to catch up with him before he can claim more victims. And the message from Alice, albeit from beyond the grave and delivered by a supposed psychic, allows Luther closure on two matters as well as the beginning of a bizarre partnership. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

This is the first season finale not to end with the line "Now what?". See more »

Goofs

When Benny tries to restore data from the hard drives, you can see the rotating platters in the opened drives. First, it is not necessary to do that to restore data from a physically undamaged drive. Second, the data on the platters would be damaged/destroyed because the dust in the air would come in contact with the platters (that is why professionals open hard drives only in clean rooms). The only time that disc recovery would involve opening a drive would be in the event that there was internal damage that did not involved the platters, an example being a damaged logic board. In such an instance, they would find a precisely identical hard drive, remove the platter stack, and replace it with the stack from the damaged drive, then seal the drive up before beginning recovery. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
DCI John Luther: They'll do her for intent to supply and then they'll upgrade to murder when they connect the toy to Jonathan.
Megan Cantor: Do you feel better putting it right?
DCI John Luther: Did you hurt her?
Megan Cantor: Who?
DCI John Luther: Alice. Did you?
Megan Cantor: Why would I?
DCI John Luther: Because you wanted me to keep my promise. You had to stop me from leaving.
Megan Cantor: Hmm. It could be that. Or perhaps it could be that Alice Morgan... was your blind spot. You didn't love her, not really. She frightened you and she excited you... and you mistook that for love. But you would have ...
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Connections

References Labyrinth (1986) See more »

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A Few Hours After This
Written by Robert Smith
Performed by The Cure
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As Far as I Can Go!
15 September 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Since Netflix stops here, I'm going to have to be happy with what I've got. This is a very good two parter with Luther trying to deal with the death of Alice and the apprehension of the Cannibal killer. It shows excellent deduction as John tries to keeps his moral sense and his hatred of guns out of things. I think it has cost many their lives in this series. There is also a quid pro quo here concerning a promise made by Luther at an earlier time and the fact that the mob boss has put a hit out on him. But the plot moves along to a very satisfying conclusion. I wish I had access to the next seasons.


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