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Transcript of Ripper Street
-Detective Inspector Edmund Reid (8 episodes, 2012-2013)
-Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake (8
-Captain Homer Jackson
BBC 1, one episode every Sunday at 21:00
6.4 million(6th January) Case Study -D.I. Edmund Reid: Fits in both the hero cop and the bad tempered but brilliant categories, as he has many personal issues and stresses, such as the death of his daughter. He and D.S. Bennet Drake, form a buddy cop pair.
-D.S. Bennet Drake: He doesn't really fit into any of the categories, but he does semi-fit the anti-hero, due to his violent conduct. He is generally muscle, but has occassional breakthroughs. He and D.I. Reid are buddy cops.
-Captain Homer Jackson: He fits into four categories, pathologist, for obvious reasons; quirky cop, as he is very different from all the other members of the force, and uses extremely unorthodox methods; hero cop as he has many moments of brilliance, and is way ahead in his field; and also antihero, due to his dealings with alcohol, drugs and prostitutes. Ripper street revolves around D.I. Edmund Reid, D.S. Bennet Drake and, pathologist, Captain Homer Jackson. They are members of H division, who, having failed to catch Jack the Ripper, are given the unenviable task of policing a one and a quarter square mile district filled with more than 67,000 poor and dispossessed. In this preying ground of all the deranged killers and masterminds of the city, Reid and his team must solve the gruesome crimes unleashed on the district before panic spreads through a city still reeling from the most famous unsolved serial killing in history. By Robert Higgins-10W2 Setting Ripper Street is set in the Whitechappel district of East London in the Victorian age, April 1889, six months after the last Jack the Ripper killing.