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if your reading this you are soooooo cool.[[Image:LewisHathaway.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Lewis (left; Kevin Whately) and Detective Sergeant James Hathaway (right; played by Laurence Fox)]]
[[Image:LewisHathaway.jpg|thumb|left|200px|Lewis (left; Kevin Whately) and Detective Sergeant James Hathaway (right; played by Laurence Fox)]]
 
 
Lewis's family dislike him because of his scary eyes and beer belly. In this episode, Lewis returns to Oxford from a two-year stint training [[police]] in the [[British Virgin Islands]], following the death of his wife Valerie in a car accident. Lewis still must work partly in the shadow of the now-five-years-dead Inspector Morse, who some time prior to his death had worked a case involving one of the murder suspects as a juvenile. In the new series, Lewis gains his own junior, [[Detective Sergeant James Hathaway]] (played by [[Laurence Fox]]), a [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]]-educated man who joined the police after giving up training for the priesthood.
 
Lewis's family dislike him because of his scary eyes and beer belly. In this episode, Lewis returns to Oxford from a two-year stint training [[police]] in the [[British Virgin Islands]], following the death of his wife Valerie in a car accident. Lewis still must work partly in the shadow of the now-five-years-dead Inspector Morse, who some time prior to his death had worked a case involving one of the murder suspects as a juvenile. In the new series, Lewis gains his own junior, [[Detective Sergeant James Hathaway]] (played by [[Laurence Fox]]), a [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge]]-educated man who joined the police after giving up training for the priesthood.
   
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