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Ashes to Ashes

February 7, 2008

Fire up the Quattro!

Audi Quattro

DCI Gene Hunt has transferred to the Met. No doubt he has had his Diversity training and is as politically correct as ever.

The follow-up to Life on Mars starts tonight on BBC1 at 2100.

Policing as it used to be done!

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. mancmonkey permalink
    February 8, 2008 11:37

    MANCnificent. And you dont need a degree in applied bollocks to know so either.

  2. blueknight permalink
    February 8, 2008 20:21

    I watched it with a lump in my throat. I remember when every other Police Officer was a ‘character’ and the bosses, especially the CID Bosses were just like Gene Hunt. There was less paperwork aand the job got done.
    Just imagine asking Gene Hunt to fill in an activity analysis form………

  3. February 9, 2008 13:07

    I thought this new episode was pretty poor. It really had to work hard to set the how, where and why. I don;t think Keeley Hawes was particularly good. I loved the first two series and I think it shoiuld have ended there, it would have been revered for many years.

  4. mancmonkey permalink
    February 10, 2008 16:25

    Think i have to agree with ranter, as we say round here, it was a bag of shite. Here’s hoping it gets better.

  5. inspectorgadget permalink
    February 16, 2008 18:14

    The Glenister boy was on that knob Jonathan Ross the other night.

    He spoke about how police officers always approach him and tell him about officers they knew back in the day.

    I thought it was good if for no other reason than it was NOT the usual police pap we get served up by the TV companies.

  6. Twining permalink
    February 16, 2008 19:03

    Stan, oor -er back at the 1980’s! It was kind of cool.

  7. August 15, 2008 13:53

    Sorry to piss on everyone’s chips about Life on Mars, but I know some officers who think they’re still in those days and they are utter throbbers! Give me the 21st century any day (just change a few things first!!)
    PC Bits’

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