Being Human Logo 'The Pack'

by John Jackson
Being Human Cast

While in the woods, George and Nina meet fellow two werewolves, McNair and his son, Tom; Nina asks for their advice about her unborn baby, but McNair refuses to help. Meanwhile, Annie and Mitchell continue to keep their relationship a secret, resorting to unorthodox methods to enable them to have some sort of sex life; at Annie’s behest Mitchell picks up a girl in a nightclub and brings her back to his room, but in the throes of passion Mitchell’s vampiric nature takes over, and the girl only just escapes with her life. Tom disobeys his father’s orders, breaking into the flatmate’s house to leave a totem by Nina’s bed. Annie is overjoyed to learn of her friends’ pregnancy, and helps them persuade the two werewolves to help with their baby; but Mitchell remains suspicious, believing the two werewolves to be linked to recent vampire killings. Tom allows Nina to conduct tests on him; but the results show that he has been living a lie – not only was he not born a werewolf, he isn’t even McNair’s son. Furious at being exposed, McNair kidnaps George and Nina and hands them over to Richard and Emma Hargreaves, to compete in their vicious ‘Dog Fights’…

Lenora Crichlow (Anna ‘Annie’ Clare Sawyer), Russell Tovey (George Sands), Aidan Turner (John Mitchell), Sinead Keenan (Nina Pickering), Jason Watkins (Herrick), Robson Green (McNair), Michael Socha (Tom McNair), Mark Lewis Jones (Richard), Melanie Walters (Emma), Michelle Luther (Sadie), Rhodri Lewis (Young Tom)

Directed by Colin Teague
Produced by Philip Trethowan
Executive Producer Rob Pursey
A Touchpaper Television production for BBC Television

TX (BBC 3):
13th February 2011 @ 9:00 pm

*Featuring John Mitchell, George Sands, Annie Sawyer and Nina Pickering

*First appearance of the McNairs

*After this episode transmitted, the BBC’s online and Red Button services showed episode three of ‘Becoming Human’, which chronicled Adam’s time back at school