By a customer
, 23 Jun 2008
The great TV series DANGERFIELD sees some interesting developments. Dr Paul Dangerfield (Nigel Le Vaillant), still as busy as ever, starts to become close to colleague Dr Joanna Stevens (Amanda Redman, NEW TRICKS) but new pathologist Terri Morgan (Katy Murphy) and her hawk may cause something of a triangle. Paul's daughter Al (Lisa Faulkner, HOLBY CITY, SPOOKS) has started at University, while Marty (Sean Maguire) is fed up with school and quits, trying to get a job in the real world. Dr Nick MacKenzie (Bill Wallis), still struggling with a drink-related history, decides to quit the practice, which doesn't help when Paul keeps being called out on police surgeon duties by DI Ken Jackson (George Irving, CASUALTY, HOLBY CITY).
All of this makes for more potential distress for Paul and co, especially when a lot of characters seem to get caught in moral dilemmas (particularly for Ken in one episode, where the sight of a young girl causes him to act irrationally compared to his usual self), and this is no bad thing. After all, why fix what isn't broken? These are still the same characters that we have come to love from series 1, and they're still enjoyable in this series. As before, the drama is sometimes punctuated with some witticisms and light-hearted moments, which only add to the charm.
As before, performances are as good as we have come to expect, and this all adds up to DANGERFIELD: SERIES 2 being enjoyable viewing.
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