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When I noticed when seeing the Misfits intro which happens in every episode of Misfits, I saw this:

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In the third series, first episode I also noticed the probation worker has some strength power, is this him surely, however, I don't see him being one of them due to his attitude.

Does anyone know anything further about the plot?

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The probation worker has some strength power? I didn't notice this. I remember him slamming Rudy against a locker, but that didn't seem to involve any unusual levels of strength. –  Beofett Nov 17 '11 at 13:25
    
He broke a padlock with his foot in the first episode. –  Burning the Codeigniter Nov 17 '11 at 13:58
    
The padlock that Rudy put on the locker he explicitly wanted the probation worker to open (so he could find the dog that Rudy planted there)? –  Beofett Nov 17 '11 at 14:00
    
Nope, not that part. He broke a padlock that was locked on a toolbox, he just simply pushed it with his foot and took a sandwich or something (forgot what he took out). –  Burning the Codeigniter Nov 17 '11 at 14:12
    
Correction, he took out some money in the dog donation chestbox for the food/drink machine: channel4.com/programmes/misfits/4od#3251420 - skip to 6:01. –  Burning the Codeigniter Nov 17 '11 at 14:19
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I think that's the probation worker from the first episode, Tony. When the storm hit, he was given superstrength, but he was also out of his mind when his powers were active. He's the fellow the group killed in the first episode, because he was attacking them.

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Ah, makes sense. Hardly ever thought about Tony! My mind doubted it was the rude probation worker since he died recently (like another says "Not another probation worker!"). Thanks! :P –  Burning the Codeigniter Dec 1 '11 at 13:18
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