The “tardy bugger” arrives. Twenty minutes into the final hour of the six-hour series, White Heat, Michael Kitchen enters the scene at last. Having already had the singular experience of whacking MK with a walking stick, Lindsay Duncan gets the enviable job of greeting him with a big hug this time around. Hugh Quarshie, MK’s dueling partner in Romeo and Juliet, looks on in the background.

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  • pdx144

    It was torture waiting for him to show up every week. I suspect The Collection will be more of the same.

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    • kitchenfoyle

      I didn’t watch White Heat when it first aired, so I was spared the torture. Will probably be the case with The Collection, too, since by the time it reaches the US, the parts where he shows up will no doubt be common knowledge among MK fans. Here’s hoping we’ll be pleasantly surprised by a larger role for him in the series than we’re expecting.

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