The BEST episodes written by Matthew Morgan

The Brass Gnome
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8.11
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#1 - The Brass Gnome

Murder in Successville - Season 3 - Episode 1

There has been another Murder in Successville. A priceless piece of art has been stolen from right under DI Sleet's nose, and Bjork is murdered in the process. Sleet and his new sidekick Richard Osman wade into art's black market underworld to catch their culprit. Find the art, and they'll find the killer.

Episode 1
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7.79
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#2 - Episode 1

The Mimic - Season 1 - Episode 1

It's a typical midweek morning in gridlocked traffic and on the radio Terry Wogan announces that 'it's on mornings like this that I wish I was back in Phuket bouncing a lady boy on each knee!'. But this isn't the voice of Terry Wogan - it's the voice of Martin on his way to a dead-end job at a pharmaceutical company that he's managed to drag out for over seven years. But his life takes a dramatic turn when he finds out that he could be the father of 18-year-old Steven, the son of former lover Dionne Martin and Steven arrange to meet, and Martin is determined to make a good first impression. His best friend Jean thinks that his mimicry will impress Steven, but Martin is not convinced and instead decides to ask for a promotion at work. When a conversation about his career prospects doesn't go to plan, Martin decides to seek revenge by imitating his HR Manager over the company Tannoy. Finally, Martin and Steven pay an awkward visit to the DNA clinic to find out the truth. Unfortunately this only leaves Martin feeling more concerned about his worth as a father. Is he Steven's dad? And if he is, how can he avoid being such a disappointment?

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The Big Sleet
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6.67
18 votes

#3 - The Big Sleet

Murder in Successville - Season 3 - Episode 6

D.I Sleet’s superhero alter-ego The Rattman finds himself in a life-or-death scenario at the hands of supervillain The Termite. Now, in this retrospective of Murder In Successville’s best bits from series three, Sleet is having some self-reflection as he faces his toughest decision to date. He must turn his back on one of his personas forever - but will it be Sleet the cop, or Sleet the superhero?