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Hearing his foxy new girl friend Denise Schulte repeatedly about her ex Gisbert Lotze, Ekki hires Wilseberg to check them out. He suspects her a 'working girl' but rather finds she also has... See full summary »

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Ecki Ziedrich

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Leonard Lansink ... Georg Wilsberg
Oliver Korittke ... Ekkehardt Talkötter
Ina Paule Klink Ina Paule Klink ... Alex
Roland Jankowsky Roland Jankowsky ... Overbeck
Bianca Hein ... Denise Schulte
Sigmar Solbach Sigmar Solbach ... Gisbert Lotze
Alexander Radszun Alexander Radszun ... Uwe Schlachkamp
Vittorio Alfieri Vittorio Alfieri ... Grabowski
Detlef Bothe ... Skipper Rasmussen
Sybille J. Schedwill ... Mitarbeiterinnen Hostessen-Service
Ludwig Hansmann Ludwig Hansmann ... Hausmeister
Martin Zuhr Martin Zuhr ... Bankdirektor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beatrice Kaps-Zurmahr Beatrice Kaps-Zurmahr
Eva Luca Klemmt Eva Luca Klemmt ... Studentin
Jochen Langner Jochen Langner
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Hearing his foxy new girl friend Denise Schulte repeatedly about her ex Gisbert Lotze, Ekki hires Wilseberg to check them out. He suspects her a 'working girl' but rather finds she also has an affair with commissioner Overbeck. Accountant Lotze's employer's corpse is found by Alex, whose client he was. Springer must now question as suspects her assistant and best friends, in a case revolving around tax fraud, with Denise playing a dirty part at every turn (even compromising Ekki's job), yet also being played by someone from her past. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Thriller

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

11 June 2011 (Germany) See more »

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Denis
Written by Neil Levenson
Performed by Blondie
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