The team travels to the most security-conscious city in the world, intending to warn unsuspecting members of the public of con artists' tricks. <S)
7.30 Alex and Paul dress as valets to steal cars, and the team rob a casino without anyone suspecting.
New. 3/10; series four. The team get to grips with a miniature schnauzer, a boisterous boxer with a love of Italian home cooking, and Kujo and Bentley - an akita and a doberman with behavioural problems.
New. 5/6; series two. A hopeful bride, /vho admits to being a control freak, is given £12,000 to finance the wedding of her dreams. However, her husband-to-be must organise the big day alone. See panel.
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