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Utopia: Episode 3

The Network takes extreme measures to capture Grant. Meanwhile, Ian contacts Milner at MI5 and the group learns more about Mr. Rabbit. And Michael goes to Shetland Island to get the samples that Donaldson needs.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x3
Airdate: Tuesday January 29th, 2013

Director: Marc Munden
Writer: Dennis Kelly (1)


  • Currently 8.4/10
8.4/10 (8 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
James Fox
As Assistant
Recurring
Geraldine James
As Milner
Recurring
Emilia Jones
As Alice (Alice Ward)
Recurring
Simon McBurney
As Donaldson
Recurring
Alistair Petrie
As Geoff
Recurring
Stephen Rea
As Letts (Conran Letts)
Recurring
Ruth Gemmell
As Jen (Jen Dugdale)
Recurring
Anna Madeley
As Anya (Anya Lutchenko)
Recurring
Teresa Banham
As Alice's Mom
Recurring
Sarah Churm
As Grant's Mom
Recurring
Eleanor Matsuura
As Bev
Recurring
Dan Tetsell
As Head Teacher
Recurring
Ben Bishop
As Corporal
James Boyland
As Shaven Haired Man
Jay Simpson
As Detective Richmond
Main Cast
Adeel Akhtar
As Wilson Wilson
Fiona O'Shaughnessy
As Jessica Hyde
Paul Higgins
As Michael Dugdale
Oliver Woollford
As Grant Leetham

Recap

At Corvadt, Letts' assistant tells him that he has to decide. He hands Letts a cell phone and reminds his employer that he's the only one who can give the order...

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Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
ColdplayBeautiful WorldJessica leaves with Grant


Episode Quotes
Becky: Right. Shall we wait for Jessica?
Wilson: What for? I can break in.
Grant: Yeah? Well I can break in, as well.
Becky: Jesus Christ. Am I the only one who can't break into houses?
Wilson: I'll teach you if you want.

Ian: Wilson, I work with computers, I know what I'm...
Wilson: You're an IT consultant, Ian. If I want to know how to make a printer work, I'll let you know.

Ian: All right, I'll tell you what. I'll say it. I like you. There. I said it, it's out. So now you can punch me, or give me a Chinese burn, or just--just kick me in my balls.
Becky: I reckon you'd like that.

Ian: What difference does it make who Mr. Rabbit is?
Milner: There's a story about how he got his name. He was in bed with a criminal underworld in Kwang Dong. But he was playing everyone off against each other. The Russians, CIA, the gangs. So the Americans got fed up, and they let a particularly nasty crime boss know that he was their man. The boss found him, dragged him off the street--right through the middle of a busy office block. They tortured him, and as a lesson to others, the boss carved his own name into this man's stomach. "Rabbit." Ever seen the Chinese character for "rabbit," Ian? Lots of lines, lots of cuts. Somehow he managed to get free and, despite being unarmed, he killed everyone in that room. Then he went back through the office block and killed everyone who'd seen him. By the time he was finished, 265 people on three continents had lost their lives and not a single living person knew his identity. That's who Mr. Rabbit is. He is the beating heart of all this. And if we can find his identity, it ends and you go home.

Geoff: Michael, if you work with me, there's a really good chance that I can make your life wonderful. But if you work against me just one more time, I will make your life over.



Cultural References
Wilson: I saw it on Spooks.

Spooks is a BBC spy drama that run from 2002 to 2011.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorDennis Kelly (1)
Executive ProducerDennis Kelly (1)  |  Jane Featherstone  |  Karen Wilson
ProducerRebekah Wray-Rogers
Production DesignerKristian Milsted
EditorLuke Dunkley
Line ProducerDavid Mason (1)
First Assistant DirectorNickie Sault
Second Assistant DirectorLaura Coggan-Hulmes
MusicCristobal Tapia De Veer
Costume DesignerMarianne Agertoft
GripChris McDonough
Location ManagerRichard Knight
Script SupervisorRhiannon Preece-Towey
Production CoordinatorLouisa Rawlins
Assistant EditorSimon Smith (1)
Post Production SupervisorShuna Frood
Re-Recording MixerRichard Davey
GafferJoe Macdonald
On-Line EditorOwen Hulme
Director of PhotographyOle Bratt Birkeland
Art DirectorJaney Levick
Script EditorGillian Clarke
Third Assistant DirectorMatt Jennings
Costume SupervisorIan W. Holmes
Production AccountantJason Potter (1)
Best BoyDanny Griffiths
Casting AssociateKevin Riddle
Unit ManagerNardia Hall
ColoristAidan Farrell
Assistant Costume DesignerKatarina Borosova
Focus PullerJason Walker
Casting DirectorJulie Harkin
Dialogue EditorDaniel Green (1)
Production BuyerStephen Craighill
Standby Art DirectorLiz Simpson
Standby PropsTony Rooney  |  Richard Barker
Props MasterJim Mate
Sound MaintenanceTom Ward (3)  |  Chinagwa Udenze
Dressing PropsPhil Tyreman  |  Keiran Lennon
Chief HairPeta Dunstall
Sound DesignerTim Barker (1)
Hair & Make Up ArtistHannah Edwards  |  Holly Lander
Hair & Make - Up DesignerEmma Scott (1)
Series PublicityAlex Wells
Based On An Original IdeaClare McDonald  |  Huw Kennair-Jones  |  Mark Aldridge (1)
 
Warning: Utopia season 1 episode 3 guide may contain spoilers
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