|The Return of the Grievous Angel|
|Season One, Episode Two|
|Air date||January 13, 2010|
|Directed by||Steve DiMarco|
|Written by||Allan Hawco and Avrum Jacobson|
Fathers and Sons
Duchess of George
The Return of the Grievous Angel is the second episode in season one and the second episode in the series.
A young woman comes to The Doyles with one case – to find her unknown biological father – but they end up solving three; Jake is distracted by Leslie while trying to extract himself from Nikki.
- Allan Hawco as Jake Doyle
- Seán McGinley as Malachy Doyle
- Mark O'Brien as Des Courtney
- Lynda Boyd as Rose Miller
- Krystin Pellerin Constable Leslie Bennett
- Rachel Wilson as Nikki Renholds
- Brian Griffin as Richard Mulvaney
- Lara Jean Chorostecki as Lisa Knight (A.K.A. Emma Michaeltree)
- Rob Stewart as Victor Beerman
- Max Morrow as Keith Beerman
- Shauna MacDonald as Charlotte Beerman
- Ian Tracey as Bill Gorski
- Jonathan Malen as Dwayne
- Jerry Doyle as Graham (Biker)
- Renée Hackett as Sally (Motel Owner)
- Janet Edmonds as Jill (Forensics)
- Motel Owner: She seemed like a nice girl.
Jake: Yeah, that's what they usually say about serial killers.
- Mal: If she was leaving town, you'd think she'd have packed her panties.
Jake: Oh my... I hate it when you say that word.
Mal: What, panties? Doctors say it, it's clinical.
Jake: It's not clinical. When you say it, it's disgusting, all right?
- Leslie: You're a pain in the arse, you know that?
Jake: Ah, if you'd only give me the chance, I could be.
- Rose: (to Des) Listen up, kid. If I were you, I'd have that car clean before Jake gets back. And stay away from the young Tinny. Otherwise, it won't be Jake you should be worried about.
- Leslie: I'm going to want to talk to you later.
Jake: Oh, that's great! You can call me any time; you've got my number.
Leslie: Do I ever!
"One Headlight" performed by The Wallflowers
"Unsteady Hands" performed by Japan Batteries
"Under Those Wheels" performed by The Novaks
|Republic of Doyle • Season 1|