This is Series 3 of a very good comedy with Jasper Carrott and Robert Powell.
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1.D.C. Of Love - As a lonely and meaningless retirement beckons after 25 years on the force, the boys are given the task of finding \'The Black Widow\' after a series of gruesome lonely hearts murders.
( first aired 09 Jan 95, File Size 342MB )
2.Flash - After mixing their drinks at the policemen\'s ball, Louis and Briggs confront a new horror involving a flasher, a marquess and the commissioner\'s wife.
( first aired 16 Jan 95, File Size 336MB )
3.Art Attack - When forced to transfer into the Fine Arts Squad, our heroes are despatched to recover the latest artistic creation of \'enfant terrible\' Hadyn Smailes - a pair of maracas, a tin of peaches and a fish tank of the artist\'s own urine.
( first aired 23 Jan 95, File Size 338MB )
4.On Thin Ice - When Briggs and Louis investigate an attack on a top figure skater, the pair wind up on ice but fail to gain marks for artistic interpretation.
( first aired 30 Jan 95, File Size 316MB )
5.Between a Rock and a Hard Place - After 30 years of watching and waiting, Superintendent Cottam ropes the boys into helping him catch notorious bullion thief, Ronnie Richardson. Guest starring Mike Reid.
( first aired 06 Feb 95, File Size 310MB )
6.Twitchers - Briggs and Louis are assigned a case protecting the eggs of a newly-discovered breeding pair of red kites. Their unenthusiasm turns to panic as the eggs are stolen. Guest starring Bill Oddie.
( first aired 13 Feb 95, File Size 334MB )
In the never-ending high-tech war against crime, Detective Constables Bob Louis (Jasper Carrott) and David Briggs (Robert Powell) are the Scud missiles of the Police arsenal - inefficient, unreliable and utterly aimless. Accidentally promoted far beyond their level of competence, The Detectives rely on a unique blend of intuition, hunches and inspired guesses... all of them hopelessly wrong!