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An old friend of Mitchell's disrupts his return to Herrick and his growing horde or "recruits," and George agrees to help Annie haunt Owen.

Director:

Colin Teague

Writer:

Toby Whithouse (written and created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Lenora Crichlow ... Annie Sawyer
Russell Tovey ... George
Aidan Turner ... Mitchell
Annabel Scholey ... Lauren
Jason Watkins ... Herrick
Dylan Brown ... Seth
Sinead Keenan ... Nina
Gregg Chillin ... Owen
Sama Goldie Sama Goldie ... Janey
Clare Higgins ... Josie
Glenn Doherty Glenn Doherty ... Duncan
Morgan Walters ... Policeman
Josef Altin ... Billy
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Disillusioned by his efforts to be human, Mitchell returns to the company of his fellow undead to help recruit new vampires from the terminal wards at the hospital. George lures Owen to the house where Annie tries to haunt him, but he scorns her efforts. Mitchell meets up with Josie, an ex-girlfriend who now has incurable cancer. She rejects his offer of immortality through vampirism as unnatural, and Mitchell himself is shocked to learn that several of the 'recruits' are unwilling victims. The three housemates invade the vampires' lair and are rescued by Lauren whom Mitchell finally dispatches out of pity. Back at the house Annie has her final revenge on Owen, driving him mad; but, just as the door appears for her to pass over, Herrick turns up. Written by don @ minifie-1

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George: [Voice over] We meet people and fall in love. And when we part, they leave marks for us to remember them by. Our lovers sculpt us. They define us. For better or worse. Like a pinball, we slam into them and rebound in a different direction. Propelled by the contact. And after their parting, we might be scarred. But stronger. Or more fragile or needy or angry or guilty. But never unchanged. Our lovers linger inside us like ghosts. Haunting the corridors and deserted rooms. Sometimes whispering. ...
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References Ghost (1990) See more »

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Use Somebody
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Written and performed by Kings of Leon
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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 February 2009 (UK) See more »

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