|Series 2, Episode 4|
|Broadcast date||31 January 2010|
|Written by||Jamie Mathieson|
|Directed by||Kenny Glenaan|
"Long Live The King"
"The Looking Glass"
Annie is attacked by the ghost of a murder victim, who tries to pull her through another door; however, she is saved by the timely intervention of another ghost, an enigmatic airman named Sykes, who offers to show her the true extent of her powers, and a way to fight off the forces of the afterlife.
After discovering the joys of lists, George gets a new job as an English tutor for foreign students; he soon meets a new girlfriend – and a new enemy. Mitchell turns to Ivan for help in running an addicts group for the vampire community. Professor Jaggat and Kemp experiment on Nina. George buys tranquilisers and a cage to keep his lycanthropy under control, but the suppression of his werewolf nature causes him to manifest the creature’s violent nature in his everyday life…
Aside from Richard Wells' original score, this episode features the following songs:
- Bad to the Bone, by George Thorogood and the Destroyers, from the album Bad to the Bone (1982) - playing quietly in the pub toilets as George goes for a pee
- Rosalyn, by The Pretty Things (1964 single) - playing on the record player as Annie turns all the appliances on
|Being Human BBC Episodes|