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"No Care, All Responsibility" is the fifth episode of season five of the British supernatural drama series Being Human. It is the thirty-fifth episode of the program overall. It was directed by Daniel O'Hara with a script written by Sarah Dollard. It first aired in the United Kingdom on BBC Three on Sunday, March 3rd, 2013 at 10:00 pm.

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  • Dominic Rook: I suppose there's no reason to obtain secrecy any more. The truth is we've long feared the suicides have a supernatural cause. Most likely the result of a Type One.
  • Alex Millar: Great, he's blaming ghosts now. Ghosts are type one right?
  • Hal Yorke: Umm-hum.
  • Alex Millar: Great, he's blaming ghosts now!

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  • Alex Millar: Oi! Wrinkle-tits! I don't care if you've got enough viagra to float the Titanic, no-one is doing any rising on my watch

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Series Five
This article is an episode from series five of the British television version of Being Human.

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