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Being Human – Season 2 Episode 2

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Nina (Sinead Keenan) and Kemp (Donald Sumpter) © BBCtv
Nina (Sinead Keenan) and Kemp (Donald Sumpter) © BBCtv

Episode 2 of 8

First transmission on Sunday January 17th, 2010 (UK)

The official details…


Mitchell has a blast from the past when an old friend arrives at the hospital dead and bloodied, as the hit BBC Three drama following the lives of three housemates who happen to be a werewolf, a ghost and a vampire continues.

Lucy, the witty nurse who has got Mitchell increasingly tongue-tied, spots suspicious-looking marks on the man’s neck and is intrigued to know how he came to such a messy end.

Annie, meanwhile, is loving her job as a barmaid, particularly as it means she can chat and flirt with Saul for the whole shift – much to Hugh’s annoyance. Saul’s charisma seems to have worked its magic on Annie, and she plucks up the courage to ask him on a date. But with Saul having strange encounters behind closed doors, it looks like his charm might begin to fade.

George and Nina are tentatively trying to make their relationship work but discovering George’s dark secret and sharing a house with supernatural beings is starting to take its toll on Nina. It’s not helped by Mitchell’s old friend, Carl, turning up on their doorstep in urgent need of help. Events that threaten to cause the exposure of the vampire world begin to spiral.

While their hopes for a bit of normality seem dashed, the friends are unaware that their every word is being monitored – but what will the technicians do with this information?


Aidan Turner plays Mitchell, Lyndsey Marshal plays Lucy, Lenora Crichlow plays Annie, Alex Lanipekun plays Saul, Nathan Wright plays Hugh, Russell Tovey plays George, Sinead Keenan plays Nina and Steve John Shepherd plays Carl.