Dalziel and Pascoe is a British Crime drama based on mystery crime novels by the same name written by Reginald Hill starring Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan as the leading characters. The series is set in a fictional town Wetherton in Yorkshire. The show is about two detectives Dalziel and Pascoe who are like chalk and cheese and can’t be more different from each other. Dalziel is politically incorrect in almost every situation and has Pascoe on his side every step of the way for perfect balance. They are absolute opposite of each other with different styles of working and get on each other’s nerves at times. Pascoe does have the patience of a Saint with Dalziel. Just when you think Dalziel has gone way out and you expect him to continue, he manages to do the right thing in the situation. They are a well-suited team, and their differences make them an excellent team.
In this episode, at the funeral of Gwendoline Huby, a wealthy woman, a mysterious man appears claiming to be her son who had gone missing in action during the World War II. The heirs to her estate are not happy hearing his claim and consider that he might be an imposter. The family’s former housekeeper claims that there was no birthmark on the son and this man can’t be the missing son. Meanwhile the imposter is shot dead. Another boy is soon found dead and is found to have links with the Huby family. Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the murders and reveal the hidden family secrets, the hidden truths and the cover ups over the years.
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