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RIP

Elaine is unsettled when she learns that one of her patients informed Lauren about her imminent death. Meanwhile, Rob and Driver wonder if Kevin really is a murderer.


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BEEPING

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CONTINUOUS BEEP

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'This is my fate.

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'The giver of eternal decay clings to my senses like an invisible parasite,

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'feeding on my rationale and eroding all that I thought real.

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'Heavy and thick.

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'I can taste its presence like acidic bile,

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'feel its skinless touch as it paralyses me

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'with stark and torturous images of panic and terror.

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'I pity the victims,

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'but I am powerless.

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'The inevitable inevitability.'

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Process those, please.

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'The dream state gone.

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'The waking state gone.

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'Just a brief memory of self before it descends into that murderous state of limbo.

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'I am addicted.

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'Addicted not to their misery and pain, but to that which defines me.

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'I am the witness. The messenger.

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'The truth is all around me and I can no longer deny.

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'Resist.'

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Death is in the air.

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Are you all right to continue?

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I shouldn't be here.

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Just tell them the truth.

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They don't believe me.

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You're up early.

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Couldn't sleep. Thought I'd make a start on the sequel.

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What is it?

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Someone's going to die down there...soon.

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Adam. Adam!

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-I've contacted Mid TV. They want to interview you.

-What!

-Just listen.

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Mum said the gift was from God and we should respect it.

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I...I can't do it.

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-You said somebody's going to die out there. Do you even care?

-You know I do.

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But there's nothing I can do about it.

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Maybe not this time, but if you can get people to listen then they'll start to take you seriously.

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-It's the only way.

-I know.

-Then do the interview.

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I...

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-I need more time to think about it.

-We haven't got more time.

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It needs to happen now while there's still enough media interest in this girl's death.

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It's now or never.

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All right.

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So you admit that you were obsessed with her?

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-No, not obsessed.

-Then how would you put it?

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I...

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I was a bit...infatuated, I suppose.

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Meaning what, exactly?

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She wasn't like anyone I'd been out with before.

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I never knew where I stood, which just made me want her more.

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Sounds like she messed with your head.

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But I'd never do anything to hurt her.

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Like I said, I'm not a violent person.

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In spite of punching her wall.

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-How many more times...?

-She must have really got to you?

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I was frustrated, angry with her.

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-So you did want to hurt her?

-No.

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-Is that why you killed her?

-No!

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No.

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Maybe we should ease off for a bit.

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Someone might see us together.

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You worry too much.

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Oh, I've made you an appointment at the Mill.

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-You've what?

-So you can casually let slip about the receptionist.

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-Why?

-Think about it.

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When the TV crew arrive, it'll be far more credible if the staff are already gossiping about it.

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I already am credible.

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And lay it on thick with the doctor.

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The more people that believe you, the better.

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You make me sound like a fake.

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It's at 11.20. See you later.

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-But I'm feeling OK. What will I say?

-I don't know.

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Ask for a repeat prescription or something.

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Shut up!

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Thank you, doctor.

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Take care, Mr Withers.

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Just spoke to Rob. We're free to go abroad.

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Surely you are not going away on holiday at a time like this?

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So anyway, Greece here we come.

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Actually, Mrs Tembe's got a point.

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We can't just abandon Julia with everything that is going on.

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-You need a break. This stress is not good for you.

-Well, we don't have a choice.

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I was also wondering if it's OK to take sleeping tablets with my condition?

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-Certain ones, yes.

-It's just that my senses are very acute.

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Sometimes I can hear a spider crawling on the carpet

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or even my neighbour breathing next door.

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Really?

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Something behind me... I can hear it...

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moving ever so slightly in the left corner of the ceiling.

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Have your senses always been like this?

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Yes.

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But over time they've become heightened.

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And I've discovered I possess another sense.

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I can predict when someone is about to die.

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That's quite a claim.

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-When did you first realise?

-About a year ago.

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About the time your mother passed away?

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You've suffered from severe grief.

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Perhaps this sense of death

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is actually a feeling of misplaced guilt?

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-Guilt?

-Born out of the helplessness you said you felt during her illness.

-No.

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It started while Mum was in the care home.

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I was able to predict which resident would die next.

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-I see.

-You don't believe me, do you?

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That's not what I said, but in a care home

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predictions of the elderly dying is not difficult.

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I'm right all of the time.

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And my predictions don't just concern the elderly.

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The day before your receptionist was murdered,

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I told her she was going to die.

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Let's go over your whereabouts at the time of the murder.

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-But we've been through this.

-Then tell us again.

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You might have missed something.

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After I left Lauren's house, I went for a walk, I ended up in the cemetery.

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Odd place to go.

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Unless you've got some sort of obsession with death?

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It's not like that. I visited my gran's grave. I sometimes go there when I'm stressed out.

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I tried to warn her but she just laughed.

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She looked so pale, as if...

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That's enough! Please.

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I'm sorry.

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I should go.

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Despite what you think,

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my predictions always come true.

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The staff at Mum's care home,

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-they were amazed at what I could do.

-Sorry, Mr Vespor, but it's time for my next patient.

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You're just like everyone else.

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-It must have been hard for you and your mum?

-We coped.

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Even so, not seeing your father

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or having any contact with the Asian side of your family.

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Something like that must really screw you up, make you question who you are.

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Look, I know exactly who I am and I'm not a murderer!

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Well, let's recap, shall we? You have no witnesses to corroborate your alibi.

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You had motive, she'd humiliated you. You were angry.

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We have DNA evidence that places you at the scene of the crime on the day she died!

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Are you still not a murderer?

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HE VOMITS

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We'll resume after lunch...

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if I can keep it down.

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Interview suspended at 11.40.

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I don't suppose you know where he was moving to?

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Do you have a number?

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Everything OK?

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-Not really.

-Tough patient?

-Mr Vespor.

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He claimed he predicted Lauren's death.

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What?

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How many have you had?

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Dutch courage before my big performance.

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-There hasn't been an accident or anything down there, has there?

-No.

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I can't help being worried. The feeling was very strong earlier.

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Stop going on about it.

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How can I?

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There's going to be a death soon.

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I can feel it.

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-They'll die. What the hell are you doing?

-Making your prediction come true.

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Happy now?

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That's not funny.

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I've got a gift. You shouldn't mock it.

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-I thought you were the one person who believed in me.

-I do.

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But let's not play games. We both know that your senses aren't as heightened as you'd like to believe!

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Oh, don't start sulking.

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Hadn't you better be going? You're going to be late.

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Come on. You can't get cold feet now.

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-I'm here for Doctor Tyler's bag.

-What exactly do they want it for?

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It's part of the ongoing investigation.

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I honestly don't know why they didn't take it in the first place.

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-We've had some more information that...

-What kind of information?

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Look, this is a murder case. I'm not at liberty to reveal any more.

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-Sorry, I'm just in a hurry.

-It's behind you.

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Thanks.

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Thank you.

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Thanks.

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Thank you.

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I'm standing outside the Mill Health Centre

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where local man, Adam Vespor, claims to have warned Lauren Porter

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that she was going to die the day before she was brutally murdered.

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Mr Vespor, how did Ms Porter react to your prediction?

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She didn't believe me.

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I tried and tried to get through to her, but she just wouldn't listen.

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His mother was at your care home. That's right.

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Were his predictions accurate?

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That'll do for now.

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-We'll finish up at the care home.

-OK.

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Come on, let's get a staff reaction.

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Would you mind if I asked you a few questions?

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I've got nothing to say.

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Did you know your colleague's death had been predicted by a psychic?

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-No comment.

-What can you tell us about Adam Vespor?

-Can you keep that out of my face, please?

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But he is a patient of yours? Did Lauren Porter speak to you about him?

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Mr Vespor always seemed like a reasonable, sensitive man to me.

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Why would he lie about Lauren's death?

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What do you think he's playing at?

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I'm not sure. I've just been on the phone to his mother's old care home.

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-What for?

-Just to see what they'd say.

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Apparently there are reports of his predictions coming true.

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Come on, Elaine, you don't seriously think he's psychic?

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No, but he's a very perceptive man.

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Yes, I did the interview.

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Well, I don't feel great about it.

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Mum would've been livid.

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Anyway, I'll see you in a minute - I'm nearly home.

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It'll help settle your stomach.

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It's not looking good.

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You do know I didn't do it, don't you?

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In my capacity as police surgeon, I can't really comment.

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You're just like everyone else.

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Kevin, listen, a lot of people think you're innocent.

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Well, you look pleased with yourself.

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That sense of death I had this morning, it was for a cat.

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Well, that's good. Listen, I'm sorry about earlier.

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I really do believe in you.

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-Honestly?

-Of course.

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So tell me, can you sense what I want right now?

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My doctor told me not to overexert myself.

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You'd better go.

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Doctor Cassidy.

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-Have you any idea the upset you've caused?

-I didn't mean to.

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The last thing we need right now is more journalists hanging round the health centre.

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-It's a very traumatic time.

-Sorry. It wasn't my idea to do the interview.

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-It was stupid.

-Then why did you?

-So people would believe me.

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-You know there are scientific tests you can take?

-No.

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The university are researching ESP...

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Look, I don't need someone telling me what I already know.

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I've had it since I was a child.

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I just didn't know what it was then.

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I'm only trying to help.

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I inherited it from my mum.

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She told me before she died.

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Is it really so inconceivable to you?

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-No. If I'm honest, I don't know what I think.

-Meaning what, exactly?

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Well, let's just say I'm more open-minded than most of my colleagues.

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But please, whatever the truth,

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-don't involve the Mill or any of the staff any more.

-I won't.

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Thanks for coming in.

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So, you going to arrest me now as well?

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It's part of the investigation. We'll be interviewing all of Kevin's colleagues in due course.

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Let's start with his relationship with Lauren.

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Did you ever witness him being violent towards her?

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Did he ever threaten her?

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You know, this room stinks of desperation.

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Just answer the question.

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You haven't got enough to make it stick, have you?

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Look, a colleague of yours has been murdered,

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her body mutilated. If you know anything, you need to tell us.

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There isn't anything

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and the rest of the staff, they'll all tell you the same.

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He's incapable of hurting anyone,

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-let alone murdering them.

-Are you sure?

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Absolutely.

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You've got the wrong person, but I think you know that already.

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Well, I finally got hold of Heston.

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He had lost his phone and had been staying with friends in Florence.

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-What did he say about Lauren?

-He was shocked.

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He's getting the first flight back.

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Thank goodness!

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At a time like this, we need a strong man around.

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So we'll be able to get away.

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You never give up, do you?

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Better start packing, then.

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'Earlier today, I spoke to a carer at the Cherry Tree care home.'

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I was sceptical at first, but all his predictions came true.

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-Extraordinary.

-I don't think so!

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'..in his head. When he heard it. That was when somebody was going to die.'

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Uniform have completed the search of Tyler's house.

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-Nothing.

-Oh, great.

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-Harrison.

-Jack.

-Working on anything interesting?

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I was just catching up with some paperwork.

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-I've been going over Lauren's murder to see if anything's been missed.

-Really?

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Well, like I say, I need to get this finished.

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-We should catch up later.

-You won't believe what I've worked out.

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You know, I'm not even sure Kevin's the murderer.

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-What do you mean?

-Think about it, the police say Lauren's killer was trying to mimic the Scraper,

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but how would Kevin know which finger to cut off?

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-Read it in the papers.

-But you said that detail wasn't given to the press.

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Have you mentioned this to your dad?

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Not yet. He'd probably just tell me to butt out and leave it to the experts.

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Well, I'm afraid your theory is flawed.

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-Flawed?

-I remember reading an article which did say which finger.

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These things always get leaked.

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-I really must get crack on.

-But I've looked through all the newspapers.

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You must have missed something.

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An easy mistake to make - just don't make assumptions until you have all the facts.

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Yeah.

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Good effort though.

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Anyway, I'll leave you to it.

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Yeah.

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Mum...I didn't mean to lie.

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I had to.

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Mum.

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Mum.

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Speak to me.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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We won't be questioning you any more today.

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So what happens next?

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That depends if any more evidence comes to light.

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But what if you can't find any more evidence, what then? Will I be released?

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-It's a possibility.

-When?

-Theoretically tomorrow morning.

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I saw you kissing one of the care assistants from the home.

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You're involved in some sort of scam, aren't you?

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-I had you down as a decent person.

-I am.

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-So give me one good reason why I shouldn't go to the police?

-I can sense when someone is about to die.

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It's just I've been a bit economical with the truth.

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Economical?

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How accurate are your predictions from the care home?

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They were more like...50%.

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That's half what you claimed.

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And Lauren Porter, did you really tell her she was going to die?

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Not exactly.

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-But I did sense something when I saw her at the Mill.

-That's hardly the same.

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I know, I know, but I needed to convince people of my gift.

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I wrote it a year ago.

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The sales have been bad.

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But the publishers said if they picked up, they'd give my next book a big launch.

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And you a big advance, no doubt.

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It's not about the money. I didn't know what to do.

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So you thought you'd latch onto the media frenzy surrounding my colleague's death?

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No-one would take me seriously. They think I'm a crank.

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They're wrong.

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You're a parasite...

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and I'm going to make sure everyone knows the truth.

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Doctor Cassidy, please...

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-I never meant to hurt anyone.

-I'm not interested.

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-What's happened?

-She knows everything.

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-You're joking. Can't you pay her off?

-You're not serious!

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-We have to do something. You could lose the advance on the new book.

-I don't care.

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I do! I don't want to be mopping backsides in that poxy home forever.

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Is that all you care about?

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Well, what else are we doing it for?

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I should never have agreed.

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-I wish I'd never met you.

-You what?!

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Who the hell do you think you are?

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You've turned my gift into a mockery.

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-You haven't got a gift, you never have.

-Don't say that!

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Go on. Make your "death prediction" come true.

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You're a fake.

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You know it's true. You're a fake!

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Doctor Cassidy! Doctor Cassidy!

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Are you in pain?

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Death...

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It was very close to you. It still is.

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You can cut the amateur dramatics. you won't change my mind.

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But it's the truth.

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Death is near.

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-The feeling's very strong.

-After all your lies.

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I visited my gran's grave.

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I sometimes go there when I'm stressed out.

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I guess I'd better have these back.

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You runty little weasel! Come here!

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You're a bungler, Hollins.

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An incompetent plodding bungler.

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Letherbridge nick? I've robbed a house. Please come and get me.

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Why haven't you charged me yet?

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Don't go getting your hopes up.

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Elaine is unsettled when she learns that one of her patients informed Lauren about her imminent death. Rob and Driver wonder if Kevin really is a murderer, while Harrison takes his plan to frame him even further.


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