|"Cure and Contagion"|
| Series 2, Episode 1|
|Broadcast date||10 January 2010|
|Written by||Toby Whithouse|
|Directed by||Colin Teague|
"Being Human - Unearthed"
"Serve God, Love Me and Mend"
As George struggles to deal with the blood on his hands, he begins pushing Nina away – and finds himself drawn to Daisy instead. But Nina has her own problems: she too has become a werewolf, after being scratched by George. Meanwhile, Mitchell meets an attractive new doctor named Lucy, and gives her a goldfish.
Annie decides to get more involved in the real world, and gets herself a job as a barmaid; and the sinister Kemp continues his investigations into the supernatural: after a fatal experiment on a werewolf, he arranges a visit to the housemates’ home…
Several major characters are introduced in this episode:
Aside from Richard Wells' original score, this episode features the following songs:
- Lullaby, by The Cure, from the album Disintegration (1989) - playing on the soundtrack as George and Nina head off separately to transform
- Simple Town, by Willy Mason, from the album If the Ocean Gets Rough (2010) - playing on the soundtrack as Nina gets into the hospital lift, looking miserable
- Sanity Overture, by The Frequency, from the EP Morning to 3AM (2009) - playing on the stereo when Annie brings Saul back to the house
- Time and Space, by The Accidental, from the album There Were Wolves (2008) - playing on the soundtrack as Annie makes tea for all the neighbours in the street
|Being Human BBC Episodes|