Oh Deception, car crash telly at it's finest. Last week we saw Troy getting temperamental with a gun that might be the mysterious murder weapon, before his good God fearin ma and da revealed he was actually adopted (only to the audience mind you) and chucked the yoke into the river. This week sees another youn' fella take centre stage as next door neighbour Michael Walsh's world is turned upside down. His buuurd falls for his best friend and his grandad (Bishop Len Brennan to you and I) disappears while out swimming. Could it be something to do with the oul fella's recent memory loss? Gripping stuff.
Deception. TV3: 10.00pm
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Story by Sheena McGinley | 11:33 | Monday 28th January 2013 | TV Highlights
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