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Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) will go undercover at a high school in the upcoming episode of "Lucifer" Season 3.
Q: If you had to go undercover, who would you want to be?
IN jail Robert Carroll had to go undercover all over again to save himself from violence from policehating inmates.
GO undercover with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in this brilliantly funny action comedy sequel.
3The 3 The Departed (2006) MATT Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio play the good cop and mobster in this tense thriller who go undercover to spy on each other's organisations.
Lt Colonel Jamal Salem Al Jallaf, Deputy Director General of Criminal Investigations (DCI) for Management Affairs at the Dubai Police, said in a statement that the reporter had previously acquired police permission to go undercover, and chose a shopping centre to beg.
So when US bosses go undercover in their own companies in this new series, will they find that their employees are just grateful to have a job, or will they be met with a long list of grievances?
A newlywed wife is forced to go undercover to gather evidence that will clear her husband of murder and serious fraud charges.
AN ARMY of more than 200 young disabled campaigners from across the UK are to go undercover to find out whether disabled job seekers are still facing discrimination.
He knows the only way to bring a killer to justice is to go undercover and that means putting himself in danger.
Steve Bainbridge, group sales and development manager, Benfield said: "We are appealing to people in the region, who may be thinking about changing their car, to go undercover and test the customer service skills of our sales staff.