Different Kind of Prison Doctors


Different Kind of Prison

Rob investigates reports of a distraction burglar, but all is not as it seems. Meanwhile, Heston receives a frosty reception from Marina's son.


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BOTH: You forgot, "No Fireworks"!

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BANGING

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You cowards! I'll slit your throats!

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What are you staring at?

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RADIO: 'Two of his victims, all elderly males,

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'have been hospitalised with shock. Believed to be in his thirties,

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'the distraction burglar has made off with cash

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'and jewellery, but also highly personal items such as photo albums and letters.

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'Posing as an official and armed with a knife,

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'he has struck three times in the last three days.

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'Letherbridge police are unclear what could be motivating these crimes.

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'They advise residents to remain vigilant

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'and if in any doubt, refuse entry to a stranger visiting unannounced.'

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'You're listening to Letherbridge FM.'

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Three men, in battle.

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Shots raining in from all directions...

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THEY MAKE BULLET SOUNDS

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..the end imminent...

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Inevitable...

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Resigned, they reveal their deepest, most intimate concerns.

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This brings them together.

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-Angles.

-Angles.

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-Communication.

-Communication.

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-Teamwork.

-Team...

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BOTH: A-C-T!

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And they triumph!

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-Like in Saving Private Ryan.

-Only with paint.

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How old?

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So much older...

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and also wiser.

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So, soldier, what's your "deepest concern"?

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That's between me and my men.

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-Oh, come on.

-What you don't share things with your girlfriends?

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Out of my way! The next person who says that the second trimester is a walk in the park gets it.

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-So, was Daniel full of it too, on Friday?

-What?

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-After the paintballing?

-Not particularly.

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Oh...

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but he did tell me a big fat juicy secret...

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..about Jimmi.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Charles Graham?

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Here to read the gas meter, sir.

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Feel free to call the company who will confirm the appointment.

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The number is on the latest bill, or I have it here.

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(Come on.)

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-I've been making plans.

-Oh, I can't wait!

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Tuscany.

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Now, these four vineyards are ABSOLUTELY unmissable

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and we have to see the cheese maker in the next door village

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there's a market there on Tuesday and a lovely one there on Thursday.

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Then of course there is Florence, Sienna and Volterra,

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-which is very interesting...

-Sounds like we need a year not a week!

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Well, there's a thought. Hm.

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D'you know I was so excited, I even told my son.

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-That's lovely!

-Yeah, except that now he wants to meet you.

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-Thinks that we're serious.

-Perfectly natural request.

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Hm, except that, er, Ian can be a bit of a difficult so and so from time to time.

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Oh, I spend my day with a lot of difficult so and sos!

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I knew you'd understand.

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I told him to join us for lunch today. That's OK, isn't it?

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Absolutely.

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The sooner the better.

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That's it, thank you.

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So, when will this bill be sent out?

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Charlie Graham, this is the worst day of your life.

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BANGING AND SMASHING

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-I have successfully avoided meeting potential step children my entire adult life...

-Well done.

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..and now BANG! I have to have lunch with one. It's terrifying.

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Any tips?

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-Me?!

-Well, you're his age. Near enough.

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Er...

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Be yourself?

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Cherry, cliches won't do, this is serious.

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Apparently he's a bit of a...handful.

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I'm sorry, Heston, I don't know what to say.

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I know that kids can be fragile after a divorce, even at his age.

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-Yeah?

-And he'll want to make sure that his mum's not hurt

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-or messed around again.

-No.

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So, if you're serious about Marina,

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then you need to make sure that he sees that

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-and I'm sure he'll be thrilled that you're with his mum.

-Really?

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-Heston?

-Yes?

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Has Jimmi told you any secrets recently?

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-Fair few break-ins round here I bet?

-No.

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-Surprising.

-Not really, it's mainly old people,

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so they tend to be in most of the time...

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fit good locks, they've all got alarms.

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Once you've been in Letherbridge for over a week,

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you'll realise that there are far easier targets.

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And places far more likely to hear a gunshot.

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What do you think this was then?

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My Christmas bonus says fireworks.

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-Not that we'll get a bonus this year.

-But if it's old people living here...

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Well, old people have young grandkids.

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I suppose, Sarge, even with your experience,

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-you've got to keep an open mind with incidents like this?

-My mind's always open.

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Always.

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Yes?

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Mr Graham?

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-Yes.

-I'm Sergeant Hollins, this is PC Mackie.

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We've had a call from one of your neighbours

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saying that they heard something like a gunshot,

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so we thought we'd check everything was all right.

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Mr Graham?

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Well, no, it's not, actually.

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I had these two runts, they were setting off bangers in my driveway.

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Er...look.

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They should be strung up, along with the parents.

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Did you recognise the school uniform?

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They weren't in uniform.

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Right, OK, but you are all right, apart from the inconvenience?

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Yeah.

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If you see them again give the station a call

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-and we'll try and identify them and we'll be sure to have a word.

-Right.

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Thanks, have a good day, sir.

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-Brave kids, picking on him.

-He seemed to be out of breath.

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-Probably because he'd been chasing them down the street.

-Shouldn't we have gone in?

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-If Mr Graham's been shot, he's bearing up well, don't you think?

-I just got this feeling.

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Get in the car, Sherlock.

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"Be sure to have a word."

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This is my point!

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In a few months they'd have you out for good behaviour.

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And you'd be at it again.

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You need a lesson.

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Hi!

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Oh, hi.

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Erm, this is Ian.

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Hello, Ian, pleased to meet you.

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-Hello.

-Hope the place is OK? Food can be a little bit hit and miss.

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-Can't go wrong with pub food, can you?

-I wouldn't call it pub.

-It's lovely.

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Ian, can I just say, right from the start,

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that your mother is a wonderful woman and she makes me very happy.

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What is this, some romcom?

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Could we have a couple of minutes.

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No, no, it's fine. Could I have a cheese sandwich on white

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-and a coke and, Ian?

-The same please.

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-You haven't even looked at the specials?

-No, that'll be fine.

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OK, I'll have a prawn and avocado salad,

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with pecans and pomegranate vinaigrette. Thank you.

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Well!

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Zara reckons she knows a secret that you told Daniel and Kevin on Friday.

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-Ah, well, she doesn't know the full story, not yet anyway.

-What's going on, Jimmi?

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-OK, I've got some bad news and some good news.

-What?

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-Our buyers have pulled out.

-No!

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-When?

-A few days ago.

-Why didn't you...

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I didn't want to say anything until I'd sorted out new buyers.

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-And?

-It's sorted.

-Well, that's great, who are they?

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Daniel and Zara, it's brilliant isn't it?

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Zara hates your house, why would she agree to that?

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Well, she doesn't know yet.

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-What?

-Daniel wants it to be a surprise,

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she just knows that our buyers have pulled out.

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-Jimmi!

-He's sure that she'll go along with it.

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-Are you mad? There is not a chance in hell.

-We sell to Daniel or we lose our house.

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-We'll find another buyer.

-The vendors have had other people round.

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-So, they've put it back on the market?

-Not officially,

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but they've had people round. Our estate agent's have spoken.

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I've sorted it with the solicitors, it confirms our intention to sell to Daniel and his intention to buy.

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Now, if we all sign this the estate agent thinks it should reassure the vendors

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and they won't show anyone else around. Daniel's signed it, so have I.

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Look, I want the house as much as you do

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and we can sort it today, but this is the only way.

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At least think about it.

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It will be a total disaster.

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Curtain twitchers do waste a lot of our time,

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-but every now and again they strike gold.

-It definitely his?

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What, the van? Yeah, it was spotted at yesterday's burglary

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-and it's been here for about two hours apparently.

-Why would he be hanging around?

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-Don't know, still choosing his next victim?

-Bit of a coincidence isn't it?

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-Two calls in an hour in a quiet neighbourhood like this?

-Hm, yeah...

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..but that's all it is though. Unless you can connect the kids with the fireworks

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and our distraction burglar.

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Well, Drew Prichard.

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I think you might have picked the wrong house.

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You are a disgrace.

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You are a spineless, scavenging embarrassment.

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But you know what the biggest crime is?

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That the law in this country

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doesn't allow people to use force against cowards like you.

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To protect their own properties!

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Well, I'm sorry...

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..but that's just wrong.

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What people don't realise about me is

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that inside I still think I'm 30-years-old.

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Inside it's still 1971

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and I'm hunting terrorists in Londonderry.

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Being singled out by the likes of you as a pushover

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isn't very good for the ego.

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Ian, I understand you've been flat hunting.

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How's that going?

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Great, I should have a deposit by my mid-30s.

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Yeah, I know it can be beastly. Hopefully it's going to get better and then...

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So, you've been married before then, Heston?

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Yes. Yes.

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-So, what went wrong with that then?

-Ian.

-It's a valid question.

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Was it his fault or hers?

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Look, Ian, I understand your concerns.

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Your mother is a wonderful woman I'm not going to play silly games.

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That's great, but what I'm more worried about

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is why you're both in such a hurry. You're like 16-year-olds on heat.

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Ian, we just happen to like each other very much.

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You don't know each other. You've only just met and you're going on holiday together?

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Well, when you get a bit older and you find someone really special,

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there's no point dilly-dallying.

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Now, it may sound like a romcom, but

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a week right now without your mother

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would probably be the most miserable week of my life.

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-Oh, don't be silly, Ian.

-I've got to go.

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Well, at least finish your food.

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Please don't do this.

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See you later.

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I remember this one suspect I had tied up in an internment swoop.

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I had proof he'd killed an RUC officer.

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I just couldn't help myself.

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For three hours I beat him with a baton

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and with these.

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Privates, stomach the lot.

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Then I put an electric fire under him.

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But you know what?

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At least he believed in something.

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What do you believe in, Drew Prichard?

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-Look inside the bag.

-Eh?

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Look in the bag.

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Ring any bells?

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Should it?

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20 years ago today...

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14th November 1991.

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A silver Rover leaves the Red Fox pub, just outside Letherbridge.

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Inside four middle-aged men.

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All ex-army.

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Been drinking all night,

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except the driver.

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-He'd been on it all day and all.

-And?

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Not far from the pub, in a quiet lane...

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..that car hit a woman...

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..Angie...

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..my fiancee.

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I was holding her hand.

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A minute later she died in my arms.

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The car never stopped.

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All the punters at the Red Fox Pub were all ex-servicemen, they closed ranks.

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Said the men were just tourists, they were passing through.

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Police had nothing to go on.

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I had to work it all out for myself.

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I'm afraid none of this means anything to me.

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I kept going back to the Red Fox pub.

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Took the best part of 20 years...

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but if you buy the right people enough drinks

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over enough length of time,

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it's amazing what they tell you in the end.

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Obviously I couldn't tell your three mates the real reason why I visited them.

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I still had to visit you. I still had to visit the driver.

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That girl...

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She's what I believe in, Charlie Graham.

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Do you know what a real coward is?

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Someone who won't face up to what they've done.

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He's not coming back.

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You seem very sure about that.

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Something's happened to him, or he's done a runner.

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So, what do you propose?

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Search the vehicle?

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Nah.

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Door to door enquiries?

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That's a better idea.

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Whoa, no, you stay here.

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-On the very slight chance that he does come back.

-Sure.

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I take it you have been left on your own before?

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Got to be a first time, hasn't there?

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The job is not rocket science,

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but you didn't need me to tell you that, did you?

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You were right about the law.

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I'd never get a conviction now.

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All I could do was destroy something inside you.

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Make you scared to be in your own homes.

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Put you in a different kind of prison.

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Oh, now you're going to tell me how sorry you are.

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How what you've done is eating away in you like a worm

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and soured your very existence for the past 20 years.

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No!!!!

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-Police! Open up.

-BANGING ON DOOR

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(Be quiet!)

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Police! Open up.

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-You killed her!

-Shut it!

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-SHOUTS:

-You killed my angel!

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-You killed her.

-Shut it! Shut it! BANGING ON DOOR

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It's the police, open the door!

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Mr Graham!

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-What is it?

-I'm sorry to disturb you again, but we think we might have

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-a distraction burglar working in the area today.

-I see.

-Man in his mid-30s.

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Probably claiming to be from the electricity board or the council.

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-He'll have a clipboard.

-I haven't seen anyone.

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You know, I couldn't help noticing

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that it looks like you might have had an accident in the kitchen.

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I dropped something earlier because of the fireworks. It was the shock.

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I...I haven't got round to clearing it up yet. I will do.

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-Are you alone, Mr Graham?

-Yes.

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You don't mind if I have a quick look around, do you?

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Thank you, that won't be necessary.

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I was cleaning and just putting that, er, plant back in its place

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when that bang went off.

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Slipped through my fingers.

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Stupid really.

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-You were in Northern Ireland then?

-Eh?

-The photos and the medals.

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Oh, yes.

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So far this conman seems to be targeting older men

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-living on their own.

-I'll be careful.

-Yeah.

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I'll have quick look round the rest of the house, if that's OK?

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BREATHING DEEPLY

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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What? Do you mind?

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-I just want to tell you something.

-Yes?

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-You really don't look very well.

-What was it you wanted to say?

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You should go home, put your feet up.

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Look, just tell me what it is you wanted to say.

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-Jimmi told me his little secret about losing our buyers.

-And?

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And he also told me something about Daniel.

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Don't tell me you've come here looking for sympathy.

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-Sorry?

-I mean, if you're going to get soppy about a stupid little house.

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-It's not...

-I mean, Jimmi didn't even have his heart in it anyway.

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-He wants it as much as I do.

-He doesn't have any choice now you're getting married,

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that train has left the station. Oh, and much as it is LOVELY that you're getting married

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on Valentines' Day, it's come to my attention that it is a Tuesday, so Daniel and I

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and everyone else will be forced to take the day off work.

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So have you ever considered whether that is, a - fair or, b - selfish?

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I mean can't you just get married on a Saturday like normal people?

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Finally.

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SHE RETCHES

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It's a swift hilt rapier.

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I thought so.

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I don't need a licence for it.

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I know that, Mr Graham.

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-Light, isn't it?

-Very.

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You, erm, you hold it...

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..like this.

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THUDDING

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ENGINE STARTING

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MR GRAHAM PANTS

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Anything there?

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No.

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Nothing.

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What was that noise just now?

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Er, I don't know.

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The neighbour's cat sometimes comes round uninvited.

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I'm pretty sure I heard voices earlier on.

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Officer.

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There's something I have to tell you.

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Something that happened a long time ago.

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Yeah, go on.

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-Well...

-'Code ten, Sarge.'

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Excuse me, sir, I've got to take this. Sgt Hollins, go ahead.

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-'I've got a 148, IC1, ARV on their way.'

-What's your ten-ten?

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-'Junction of Clarendon and Ash View.'

-I'll be there in one minute.

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-I'm sorry, sir, I've got to go.

-But I...

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This is a priority call, I have to take it.

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If you've got anything to say to us, come down the station.

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Ha!

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Ha!

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Ha!

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SIRENS WAILING

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-What happened?

-He comes back, gets in and drives right past me.

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So I overtake him and cut him off. I open his door and he waves this gun at me.

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I can see in his eyes that he's lost it. He's going to shoot, so I go for the gun.

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It goes off, misses me, I roll away and then I call for ARU.

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-So, he hadn't abandoned the van then?

-No.

-Well done.

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You've got balls, Mackie. I'll give you that.

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Point to the red van!

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Armed police, put your hands where I can see them!

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-Step out of the van!

-POLICE SHOUTING

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# Angie

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# Angie... #

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You are surrounded, put the gun down.

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Put the gun...

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GUN SHOT

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I'm sorry, I rather messed that up.

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Don't be daft.

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I tried a bit too hard.

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No, Ian didn't try at all, that was the problem.

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Well, he's certainly...

0:25:270:25:29

What?

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Different from me?

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Not quite as much fun.

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Takes after his dad.

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Oh, I love Ian to bits, but...

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sometimes I don't like him very much.

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He's even worse since the divorce.

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Oh, that's not his fault.

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Ken, my ex, said some very hurtful things to me and...

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well, Ian heard most of them.

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It wasn't very pretty.

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There are times when I've thought I'll never ever be happy again.

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And then I met you.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Come in.

-I've had the estate agents on the phone.

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The, er, the vendors have had another offer.

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They said they'd prefer to sell to us if we can prove that we're serious.

0:26:140:26:17

-They need to know by the end of today.

-Why am I worried about her?

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You won't regret this.

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How's your brother?

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Still no job.

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Still living at the flat.

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Still broke.

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Fingers crossed she might be lucky. He may be the man of her dreams.

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Or have two brain cells and look like Herman Munster.

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-At least one of us is having a good time.

-Ah-ha!

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At last! now this is shaping up

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to be more like a proper blind date, wouldn't you say?

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Rob investigates reports of a distraction burglar, but all is not as it seems. Heston receives a frosty reception from Marina's son, while Cherry becomes complicit in Daniel's secret.


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