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KINGS­MAN: THE SE­CRET SER­VICE, FILM 4, THURS­DAY 9PM

Dur­ing a mis­sion in the Mid­dle East in 1997, pro­ba­tion­ary se­cret agent Lee Un­win sac­ri­fices him­self to pro­tect his su­pe­rior Harry Hart. Hart, blam­ing him­self, re­turns to Lon­don to give Lee’s widow Michelle and her young son Gary ‘Eg­gsy’ a medal en­graved with an emer­gency as­sis­tance num­ber.

Sev­en­teen years later, Eg­gsy, hav­ing dropped out of train­ing for the Royal Marines de­spite his in­tel­li­gence and ca­pa­bil­ity, has be­come a stereo­typ­i­cal chav.

Af­ter be­ing ar­rested for steal­ing a car, Eg­gsy calls the num­ber. Hart ar­ranges his re­lease. Hart ex­plains that he is a mem­ber of Kings­man, a pri­vate in­tel­li­gence ser­vice founded by wealthy Bri­tish in­di­vid­u­als who lost their heirs in World War I.

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