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"Inspector Lewis" What Lies Tangled: Part 2 (TV Episode 2015) Poster

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This was the last ever episode of Lewis. Kevin Whately had decided that he wanted to stop once he had made the same number of episodes of Inspector Lewis (2006) as he and John Thaw had made of Inspector Morse (1987), and Laurence Fox had announced that he was giving up acting to concentrate on his music career.
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The shirt worn by Lewis when Hathaway takes him and Laura Hobson to the airport is the same shirt he was wearing when he returned from British Virgin Islands in the first episode of the series.

The sign Hathaway is holding up with a grin is also the same one he used at the airport while waiting for Lewis in the pilot episode.
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The poem Hathaway reads to his father is 'As Kingfishers Catch Fire' by Gerard Manley Hopkins. He previously read him another Hopkins poem in "One For Sorrow".
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The lines used in the opening scene are from the novel The Brothers Karamazov.
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Nicholas Jones, appearing in the last episode of "Lewis", is the brother of Gemma Jones, who appeared in the first episode of "Inspector Morse" ("The Dead of Jericho").
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The red letter code in the credits for this episode is "twist and writhe" which Hathaway explains is the "particular set of moves that will unpick a given knot"
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Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

In the last scene of this episode, look closely at the Qantas and HSBC logos. They appear to be in reverse.
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