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Series 8 (2012)[edit]

No # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate UK viewers
43 1 "Gold Finger" Alrick Riley Tony Jordan 13 January 2012 6.51
The grifters are back, and Albert has found a new mark: gold dealer Dexter Gold (played by Paterson Joseph). The mark has been parting the elderly from their jewellery for a pittance, while also trading stolen gold at profitable prices. His position in known criminal circles means the team have to devise a scheme that will see they do not get pursued by him after the con is done. The gang, upon learning of one of the mark's favourite loves, war films, masquerade as a renegade British army unit, looking to offload a consignment of looted Libyan gold. It sounds promising, but the group have to find a way of fooling the experts, and then convincing him he will not get payment for it. Meanwhile, the gang are barred from Eddie's after defacing the barman's favourite picture.
44 2 "Picasso Finger Painting" Adrian Lester Tony Jordan 20 January 2012 5.88
Ash and Mickey have tried to capitalise on the theft of a rare Picasso by selling a fake to a well-known collector, Petre Sava (Peter Polycarpou), a vicious Eastern European gangster. They learn too late that Sava who owned the stolen original. Mickey is taken prisoner by Sava, leaving Ash and the others with just a few hours to return the real stolen painting, otherwise Mickey is a dead man. With their usual contacts unable to give any clues, except only the word that a Scottish crew were behind the theft, the gang visit renowned Picasso forger Dolly Hammond (Sheila Hancock) (the one who helped to create the fake). She points them in the direction of the McCrary brothers, the thieves in question, and are told that they stole the original painting for another renowned gangster, Harry Holmes (Martin Kemp). Time is ticking and Mickey is edging closer to death; if the group can't find the real painting, Ash will have to devise a plan that can get him back...
45 3 "Curiosity Caught the Kat" Roger Goldby Ryan Craig 27 January 2012 5.84
Corrupt police detective, DI Fisk (played by Patrick Baladi), is bribed into bringing down Mickey Bricks by a shady character. Unaware of Fisk’s watchful eye on them, the gang move in on their latest mark, Linda Runcorn (played by Nina Sosanya), the crooked CEO of an online hotel and restaurant guide, who threatens small businesses with closure unless they pay a tidy sum to her. They decide to sting her with an inheritance scam: they convince Linda that a wealthy heiress has left her valuable jewellery and an impressive estate. In order to keep tabs on Mickey, Fisk arrests Sean’s ex-girlfriend, pickpocket Kat (played by Skye Lourie), on false charges of drug offences, blackmailing her into spying on the team, otherwise she risks having social services being called by him, to take her three-year-old daughter from her. Left with no choice, Kat persuades Sean to let her join the con to spring Fisk's trap.
46 4 "Eat Yourself Slender" Roger Goldby Chris Lang 3 February 2012 6.13
When the grifters’ friend, Carol (played by Jodie Prenger), suffers a heart attack after their latest con, the gang discover that she has been on a sham diet plan run by American fraudsters: Dr Dean Deville (John Barrowman) and his wife, Dana (played by Raquel Cassidy); their list of fraudulent products is quite large, and the pair have managed to avoid trouble for quite a while, though its getting harder for them, now that they reside in the UK. Determined to put the corrupt fraudsters through their paces, Mickey hatches an elaborate weight-loss scam, to sell them what they think will be a miraculous diet pill. First though, he needs to gain their trust with an elaborate convincer, based on their love of artwork, whether acquired legally or illegally. He decides to lure the couple in by claiming that he and a specialist team can steal a much-desired Fabergé egg, while Ash, dressed up in a fat suit, speedily loses weight with each meeting he has with them. However, Sean is arrested, and the con seems dead in the water..
47 5 "Ding Dong That's my Song" Alrick Riley Chris Bucknall 10 February 2012 6.10
Albert decides to pay a nostalgic visit to an old haunt, only to find out that it’s been pulled down by a ruthless property tycoon, and former 80's game show host, Dale Ridley (played by Mark Williams), a man who pays backhanders to close deals and uses rookie staff as scapegoats to avoid charges. The gang decide to make him pay, and use his past as a benchmark for the con. Posing as international businessmen, the team convince Dale they are purchasing the television studios that fired him for his greed in his showbiz heyday. Since Dale has always hated the studio for that, he is eager to take advantage of what looks to be a worthy deal. A spanner, however, is thrown into the works, with the unexpected arrival of Ash’s 11-year-old godson, Alfie (Sammy Williams), who wants to be part of the con. He winds up alerting the mark that something fishy is going on, and when the crew realize this, they have to figure out a new plan to take his money, especially with how close they come to getting it...
48 6 "The Con is Off" Alrick Riley Tony Jordan 17 February 2012 6.80

After a long time of pulling one long con after another, Mickey has finally gotten tired of grifting. He informs the others that he has devised a con so large the crew can finally retire; all of them agree to help Mickey out, but soon discover this con will be their most dangerous. It involves cheating a vicious multi-millionaire businessman out of £10 million in a stock market scam. However, Madani Wasem (Abhin Galeya) is the kind of mark they usually avoid; he is more than prepared to use violence, and employs an enforcer to maim, torture, and kill any opponent of his business plans. Mickey will need a truly brilliant idea to escape.

Last appearance of all remaining cast. Michael "Mickey Bricks" Stone, Ashley Morgan, Albert Stroller, Emma and Sean Kennedy and, in the final clippet, Eddie the barman.

Special Guest Appearance: Marc Warren as Danny Blue; Jaime Murray as Stacie Monroe. This is also their last episode.