Inspector Lewis (2006–2015)
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Entry Wounds: Part 2 

A tricky case bridges the worlds of neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights.

Director:

Nicholas Renton

Writers:

Colin Dexter (inspired by the Inspector Morse novels of), Helen Jenkins (screenplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kara Tointon ... Erica Stoke
Aden Gillett ... Tom Marston
Clare Holman ... Dr Laura Hobson
Kevin Whately ... DI Lewis
Laurence Fox ... DI James Hathaway
Thusitha Jayasundera ... Ayesha Nooran
Francesca Zoutewelle ... Jess Tallison
Ace Bhatti ... Rizwan Nooran
Michael Karim ... Nabeel Nooran
Anna Carteret ... Gillian Fernsby
Leo Staar ... Simon Eastwood
Elizabeth Rider ... Lorraine Fernsby
Michael Peavoy Michael Peavoy ... Chris Fernsby
Angela Griffin ... DS Lizzie Maddox
Phil Rowson ... Ian
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Storyline

After falling ill during interrogation, Marston is taken to hospital but escapes and is hiding somewhere on his 400 acre hunting ground. When he is found dead however ballistics insists that the murder weapon was the same as that used to shoot Stokes - only that rifle has been in police custody for the last 48 hours. Hathaway realizes that the recent break in at a public swimming pool may have been part of the plot to put someone else in the frame. When one of suspects commits suicide, the body is moved an attempt to make it look like a murder, which leads the police to the killer. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

ITV Studios, Masterpiece See more »
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Color
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[last lines]
[the two are in a canoe]
James Hathaway: Well, I thought you'd given up on the canoe.
Robert Lewis: Nah. Never give up. Just found alternate means of production.
James Hathaway: You paid someone to make it, didn't you?
Robert Lewis: Why not. I'm earning again.
James Hathaway: Yeah, I wanted to talk to you about that, actually.
Robert Lewis: Oh, yeah?
James Hathaway: Well, it's been horrific working with you, obviously.
Robert Lewis: Obviously.
[...]
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A Truly Sad Situation
24 March 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This second half seems to revolve around a family whose son was damaged during brain surgery. The mother spends every waking hour feeding, cleaning, and caring for the boy. The father is interesting and venomous. He resents anyone talking to him. We find that the son was operated on by the murder victim from the first half of the episode. There are a couple other important character who seem involved in the business of guns. There is also a hostile group of animal rights activists. One important feature is the growth of Hathaway. He is such a somber, inflexible character who lacks the skills to look outside the box.


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