Business is slow, so Bram is happy that notary Wendelien van Praag passes him a forced sale, but is scared to learn that the owner, van de Wal, has a criminal record, pet snake and a noisy ... See full summary »

Director:

Erik van 't Wout

Writers:

Gwen Eckhaus (scenario), Lisette Schölvinck (head writer)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jennifer Hoffman ... Puck Rademaker
Ricky Koole ... Noor Rademaker
Frederik Brom ... Joep Verboom
Egbert Jan Weeber ... Bram Bakker
Maryam Hassouni ... Mouna Chabbar
Rick Engelkes Rick Engelkes ... Bart Leijendekker
Vincent Croiset Vincent Croiset ... Michael van Cleef
Gjalt Lindeboom Gjalt Lindeboom ... Dirk van de Wal
Iwan Walhain Iwan Walhain ... Marius van der Wal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marian Mudder Marian Mudder ... Wendelien van Praag
Els Ingeborg Smits Els Ingeborg Smits ... Liselore Rademaker-van de Meer
Marleen Stolz Marleen Stolz ... Det. Pascale Meijerink

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Business is slow, so Bram is happy that notary Wendelien van Praag passes him a forced sale, but is scared to learn that the owner, van de Wal, has a criminal record, pet snake and a noisy secret in the bedroom. Noor refuses to sell Bart Leijendekker's flat and only divulges their personal agenda after Joep decided to take the deal, actually dishing up a lie. Puck accepts a major sale for Michael van Cleef's firm Vabas, but mistrusts him. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama

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20 April 2009 (Netherlands) See more »

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