|"Serve God, Love Me and Mend"|
|Series 2, Episode 2|
|Broadcast date||17 January 2010|
|Written by||Toby Whithouse|
|Directed by||Colin Teague|
"Cure and Contagion"
"Long Live The King"
Summary[edit | edit source]
When a bloodied man with suspicious-looking marks on his neck arrives at the hospital, Mitchell has a blast from the past when his old friend Carl returns in urgent need of help. Lucy’s curiosity threatens to expose the underground vampire world, and as a result Mitchell agrees to help Carl.
Annie continues to bond with Saul, much to Hugh’s annoyance, but something from Saul’s past threatens more than their relationship. All the while, the friends’ every word is being monitored, but what will be done with the information being collected?
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Only appearance of Ivan's car, a 1970 Citroen DS, which he loves and has presumably owned from new.
Music[edit | edit source]
Aside from Richard Wells' original score, this episode features the following songs:
- Sigh No More, by Mumford and Sons, from the album Sigh No More (2009) - playing on the soundtrack as Carl fakes his suicide, then George and Mitchell steal the 'body'
- Wuthering Heights, by Kate Bush, from the album The Kick Inside (1978) - playing on the stereo in Ivan's Citroen as he drives Carl away
- Last Request, by Paolo Nutini, from the album These Streets (2006) - playing on the radio in the kitchen as Annie nervously approaches it and turns it off
- Farewell My Friend, by Loner, from the EP Western Sci Fi (2009) - playing on the soundtrack as Annie realises Hugh can no longer see her
|Being Human BBC Episodes|