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Loyalties and Royalties 

Brian finally locates Jack who returns to the UCOS team but remains silent about his lengthy absence. The team investigates the death of rock star Andy Fletcher, who supposedly committed ... See full summary »

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Jack Halford
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Esther Lane
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Paula Standing
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Clive Evans (as Zig Byfield)
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Brian finally locates Jack who returns to the UCOS team but remains silent about his lengthy absence. The team investigates the death of rock star Andy Fletcher, who supposedly committed suicide in 1975. Gerry speaks to a dying woman who suggests otherwise. She overheard a fight just before his death, and although she reported it to the police after Fletcher was found dead, her information is nowhere to be found in the files. The band's former manager Clive Evans found Andy but doesn't believe there was foul play. The three remaining band members all deny any special knowledge of what happened, but one of them kept Andy's royalties. Written by garykmcd

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Brian Lane: Strawberry Mivvy or Orange Maid?
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It's God's Thunder
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Sung by Bad Faith
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Jack's back!
23 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Brian finds Jack on a beach, looking out to the dark skies, and Jack come in from the cold. Here UCOS (with Jack back!) investigate the death of a legendary singer of Bad Faith, who count Gerry and DAC Strickland as huge fans.

George Costigan, who was the big-time adulterer in Rita, Sue and Bob Too, appears as a Bad Faith member.

Also Strickland invites Gerry to join the police band to play for charity. They suggest names such as The Police (already taken), Gerry and the Pacemakers (again already taken) and AC/PC.


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