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So what exactly happened...?
Caught him stealing.
HEARTBEAT DROWNS OUT SPEECH
Be still, my beating heart.
C'mon, Heston, Julia thinks it'll be fun. "Exciting and thrilling" she said.
Puccini at La Scala is exciting.
An afternoon sampling the delights of the Uffizi is thrilling.
But pulling an all-nighter to brainstorm post-PCT strategy
is NOT my idea of fun!
It won't be an all-nighter, will it?
Ah! Gentlemen, you ready?
-Don't wait up.
-So what will I be missing?
-As you're abandoning me and working till the small hours...
If there was any way I could get out of it...
After the terrible day I've had.
I think an evening of serious pampering is required -
a bottle of red, nice hot bath, cheesecake.
-Mmm. Lemon. Shame you won't be there to share it.
Save me some.
Sausages and cheese.
Sausages and cheese!
What kind of cheese?
Does it matter?
They're going to call the police.
-So what are you doing here?
-There was this door and it was open. I just...
You did a runner?
Then what are you worried about? You got away.
-I've just made myself look guilty.
-Don't go back to the supermarket. They'll never find you.
I work there, remember? Behind the deli counter.
Well, you are going to have to face this.
Unless you're planning on skipping the country or something.
I'll call my dad.
Come with me. You know about the law.
You can advise me or some...
What about your parents?
I do not want them to know.
The police will contact them anyway.
I am supposed to be studying this stuff.
What the hell?
You don't say anything unless I tell you to. Understood?
And one more thing. Did you do it?
But if we take on five per cent more patients,
and we're turning them away at the moment that means
we'll need another doctor and nurse.
Haven't we covered this already?
Yes. During the last session.
So we've spent the last HOUR going over the same ground?
I didn't think we'd reached any conclusions.
I emailed a memo outlining them.
I wonder if we have been working for too long and too hard
to get anything productive done tonight.
-It has to be done.
but can I suggest we all go home and relax?
Maybe we'll get more done next week.
Carried. We'll reconvene next week.
Well, Marina and Cherry will be happy.
I've just spoken to the supermarket. They were just about to call us in.
So are you coming to the station with me?
Good. Let's go.
See you there.
I thought I knew how to handle things.
I don't know what to do, Mum. I don't know.
There we go.
-What're you doing here?
-I'm his lawyer.
-No, seriously, what are you doing here?
Everything goes through me or Jack. Nothing goes to my family, right?
Listen, son, the best advice I can give you is phone your mum and dad
and get yourself a proper brief.
-No. Nobody calls my dad!
-You don't think I'm up to it?
It takes more than a suit to make solicitor.
And that's my shirt.
I must insist you refer to me as Mr Hollins, Sergeant Hollins.
Oh, right. OK, Mr Hollins.
Well, we've finished booking Dave in, so now we need to interview him.
But of course you'll know that, being totally versed in all the procedures.
I hope this is not going to get in the way of your studies.
This IS my studies, Dad.
You are going to use a mate as a lab rat
while at the same time denying him proper legal representation?
He trusts me. We were in halls together last year.
20 years I've been doing this.
Are you sure you want to go toe to toe?
Bring it on.
What the hell...?!
-What are you doing here?
-I live here!
You're not supposed to be home!
You're not supposed to see me like this!
Sally won't see this from my point of view.
She won't even admit she's done anything wrong.
And Sian's bailed on me.
-She's not interested in anyone with baggage.
"Complications" she called it.
Well, in that case, Patrick, this could be a really good opportunity
to try and put things right with Sally.
I'm afraid that ship has sailed.
I got a letter this morning.
She's got herself a lawyer.
She's going to punish me.
Well, that doesn't mean that it's not too late to try.
Bloody lawyers. Happily ruining people's lives!
-Are you David Quinn, aged 20?
-You don't have to answer that.
I'm only trying to establish his name and his age.
And do you work part-time at ChiefBuy Supermarket
-behind the deli counter?
This afternoon, at 17:30 when you had finished work, you were apprehended by a security guard
and on your person were these sausages
and this piece of cheese
and you were unable to provide proof of purchase. Is that correct?
You have to answer that.
Can you not see anything wrong with this situation?
We're suppose to start the tape.
We record this to protect David!
You really are looking out for him, aren't you(?)
You can start it now, can't you?
Yeah, yeah, I can, but if you were really smart, you would know
that a procedural cock-up could really work in his favour!
Right, let's start again, shall we?
So you admit that you were in possession of these sausages?
Could you repeat that, please?
You admit that you were in possession of these sausages?
This is serious.
I don't think he should answer that.
-Are you going to answer it?
No. Is that no, that you didn't have these sausages,
or no, you're not going to answer the question?
That second one.
-You refuse to co-operate?
-And by refusing to co-operate, have you got anything to hide?
-You can't ask that!
I just did.
You don't have to answer anything. They can't infer anything from that.
In certain circumstances, yes, you can, David.
And any good solicitor would know that.
I'm suspending this interview at 20:35.
What are you playing at? This isn't helping him.
-He did it.
Is this some nonsense that you've cooked up?
Because you don't seem to know how to behave or what you're supposed to be doing.
No. I called you because I thought you'd help, not nick him. I'm here for Davie, Dad.
Yeah? Well, you might be doing more damage than good. And it's Sergeant Hollins, remember.
Once again, son...
You could very easily end up with a criminal record.
You need a proper solicitor to fight your corner.
Don't pretend you're concerned about Davie's future. You just want bragging rights at home.
Bragging...? It's sausages and cheese!
It's hardly Hollins Of The Yard stuff, is it?!
And can you imagine your mum if I try to lord it over you?
It's not worth the grief.
Resuming interview with David Quinn at 20:37.
How long have you been working at the shop?
About two years. Since I started uni.
I didn't want to sponge off my family.
I would imagine it could be quite tricky trying to juggle studies
and a low-paid part-time job, and maybe there are days
when you worry about having enough money to buy food?
Is that a question or a statement?
-I'm trying to get to the bottom of David's circumstances.
-I don't see the relevance.
Lots of students have part-time work and minimal support from their parents.
Are you saying that they're thieves?
Did the manager or the security guard actually see
Davie steal those sausages from behind the deli counter?
No. But they saw him acting suspiciously.
I bought the sausages and cheese from another shop.
But you don't have proof of purchase, do you?
You don't have to answer that.
-We'll take that as a no, then, shall we?
These things normally have barcodes and batch numbers,
a paper trail, so we know exactly where they've come from.
It's a bit of a coincidence that none of these items have those.
Coincidences aren't evidence.
Prove I didn't buy them elsewhere.
For the benefit of the tape,
David and his legal representative have just high-fived each other.
And if her lawyers try any nonsense, I'll make 'em pay.
They can whistle for the money.
As soon as Chloe hears my side of things.
Hey! You leave Chloe out of this.
She's not a stick that you can hit Sally with.
Oh, really? Cos Sally's using her as a pretty big stick to hit me with.
She insists she's not moving to Letherbridge
and if the courts give me any kind of access,
she's going to make it impossible for us to see Chloe.
Oh, look, don't worry. That's aimed at me.
Well, she's not going to let me see Chloe if she thinks that I'm siding with you, is she?
Mum, she knows you're going to side with me. She expects it.
She knows I'm staying here for a few weeks.
Well, Patrick, have you ever stopped to think how all of this
is affecting me and Chloe?
You have put me in a position with your wife where...
Your WIFE, Patrick, who now thinks that
I am going to poison her daughter's mind against her.
She obviously knows you well, Patrick.
CLASSICAL MUSIC BLARES
So, the ChiefBuy's management and security guard
didn't actually see me steal anything,
so they can't prove that those sausages and that cheese
came from their deli counter.
So, unless they can account for every piece of cheese and sausage
in their stock, they can't prove there was actually a crime.
You know, this could really very easily be all cleared up
if you could prove exactly where you did get it from.
I don't have to prove anything!
Right, let's take a break so David can get some food.
Sausage sarnie, anyone?
Is there a vegetarian option?
You're a veggie?! Why did you steal sausages?
Do you want to say that again for the tape?
No, actually, I don't think you need to. I think the tape got it first time round.
Interview suspended at 20:41.
Thank you very much.
Oh, sorry - was it too loud?
Our brains were mush before the PCT meeting even started.
Mrs Tembe said we should go home and come back on Monday.
Mrs Tembe? That interfering old cow?
-Well, I think she deserves a little more respect.
-Don't you lecture me about Mrs Tembe.
And by the way, I was saving that.
I thought you said it was for sharing and you'd left me a piece.
No, I didn't. I said it was a shame that you weren't going to be here
otherwise I'd have bought a bigger piece.
That's a little bit selfish.
I'm doing you a favour. Better on my waistline than yours.
So what are you saying? That I'm getting fat?
Oh, come on, Marina, you're just twisting everything!
I'm not twisting anything! You were the one that said to me that you were doing me a favour.
I am not in the mood for your hysterics.
How dare you say I'm hysterical!
Do shut up! I'm...
Look, I'm sorry.
I think my dad's right.
I think you need to call your dad.
Your old man, yes, he'll give you grief,
all this dragging the family name through the courts, blah blah...
but can he afford a real lawyer?
Then do it.
OK. You, um...better call my dad.
I'm so sorry. I don't know what happened.
I know I've got a bit of a temper, but...
No. I'm sorry.
I must have provoked you.
Shall I kiss it better?
He's going to kill me.
Don't be daft.
You don't know my dad. He's going to be so mad for me being in here
-because of sausages and cheese. Stupid!
-Especially if he likes meat. Those sausages were rubbish.
I mean, good pork and apple ones, you could sort of understand.
What do I know about sausages?!
Then why did you steal that stuff if you're a veggie?
I don't know!
When I'm working, I feel so guilty cos I should be studying or summat
and then I was freaking out about me exams and I just, I just thought...
A cry for help?
Yeah, I suppose so.
Yeah. A cry for help.
Your dad's on his way down from reception.
Tell me something, Patrick. Did you actually do anything wrong?
Or was it just all Sally's fault?
Sometimes, Mum, it really is only one person's fault.
Really? Well, Sally didn't have an affair, did she?
She's going to punish us for it now though.
Us? Oh, so now you're making me choose, are you?
Between you and Chloe.
Freddie Quinn! How are you, Freddie?
Michael Fairclough. I'll be representing David from now on.
-Jack. My mate, a law student. He's been helping me out.
Leave me your details.
From now on, if you need to speak to David, you speak to me.
Certainly. I do know the drill.
-What's my client being arrested for?
-Theft. Contrary to Sections I to VII of the Theft Act 1968.
-Long time since I dealt with that.
Take him to an interview room. I need to speak to him.
Come on. You never said that your dad was Freddie Quinn.
He's one of the biggest criminals in Letherbridge.
Just cos your dad said that my dad's a crook, it doesn't mean he actually is.
He is though, isn't he?
I don't ask about what he does.
He was cool about me not getting involved
in the whole family business thing.
He's not going to be cool any more.
So your dad and the family business, is that why you didn't take money from him?
You do not speak to David without me present.
No, of course not.
Remember...you're not your dad.
Sally, it's Julia. Please don't hang up! Please. Please.
Please don't let Chloe get hurt in all of this.
Even with the best intentions, sometimes...
Please just don't cut her off from her family.
Hey, listen, nobody knows better than I do
that Patrick is far from innocent in all of...
No permanent damage.
Am I forgiven?
I'm going to bed now. Are you coming?
When David was apprehended, he ran away.
That's hardly the actions of an innocent man.
David has grown up seeing his father
suffer a relentless campaign of harassment and persecution from the police.
It's hardly surprising that he doesn't trust them
to treat him fairly.
And he knew full well of the supermarket's policy of prosecuting thieves,
especially when the thieves are from their own staff.
-So no-one saw this alleged crime happen, correct?
And its been brought to my attention
that because the produce was not pre-packaged,
the supermarket has no proof that the items came from their stock. Correct?
That appears to be correct. Yes.
Persecuting a young man because of his family?
This is cheap, even for the Letherbridge constabulary.
We didn't make the accusation.
An accusation for which there is no substance. Oh, wait...
There's this entirely inappropriate comment
from what appears to be...
an idiot boy.
Any relation, Sergeant Hollins?
For the benefit of the tape, please.
It's my son. David asked him to stay, against police advice.
Still, you have no case.
I suggest you stop this nonsense and release my client.
Interview terminated at 22:00 hours.
But I have witnessed a crime.
I just saw you steal the idiot boy's defence.
David, if you just admit to stealing the sausages,
we could end this with a caution.
I don't think so. Is David free to go?
Yeah, we'll bail you and we'll refer you to the CPS.
I can't see the CPS being too interested.
David was in a position of trust.
You don't know how they'll view it.
Patrick, you have got to stop blaming everybody else for everything.
The more that you keep insisting that none of this is your fault,
the more people are going to sympathise with Sally
and then everyone is going to hate you.
Chloe most of all.
No, it is not rubbish.
You've got to start accepting responsibility for what you've done
and start trying to save your marriage!
There is no marriage. Sally's made sure of that.
Well, even if it doesn't work, Chloe is your priority.
-Yeah, I know that!
-Well, I don't see any sign that you do.
She's getting to you, isn't she?
Playing the victim card. Everything's my fault, isn't it?
She's poisoning you against me.
All I am hearing from you, Patrick, is that none of this is your fault.
That you just accept no responsibility for it.
Have you completely forgotten what your father put us all through?
All this, "Oh, it's not my fault
"and I didn't get what I needed at home" nonsense.
That was just an excuse for cheating,
and it IS an excuse, Patrick!
It's selfish, it's pathetic and it's irresponsible!
The one thing I thought I could count on was your support.
If I don't have that, I don't have a chance, Mum.
Listen to yourself, Patrick.
Just listen to yourself.
You are so wrapped up in self-pity...
You leave me no choice.
That lawyer thinks I'm an absolute moron.
I just hope I never have to go to him for a job.
Believe me, he's the moron.
Ah, you done good. He stole your ideas for David's defence.
And anyway, he long ago sold his moral compass to Quinn.
A little bit of light thieving is nothing.
I hope I never have to say that about you.
Well, you can always blame the parents.
But he was right about one thing... David was in a position of trust.
Mind you, still he'll probably only get a slap on the wrist.
That's why I wanted to get the dad involved.
He was always going to be far scarier than anything we could do.
Course, I wasn't to know that his old man was going to be Freddie Quinn.
Right, well, I'm finished here. If we hurry, we'll catch last orders.
Sausage and cheese surprise for Christmas dinner, eh?
You can tell your mum.
What're you doing, Mum?
This isn't helping
and if you're not going to put Chloe first, then I will.
She is going to need me more than ever if her mother and father start tearing other to shreds.
And I am going to make sure that Sally knows
I do not condone your behaviour, Patrick.
No. Don't "Mum" me. That's pathetic. Is this what I brought up?
You're kicking me out?
Call it tough love.
Mum... you...can't kick out your own son.
Well, you've got friends in Guildford,
or you can go and stay with your sister.
I'll call you a taxi. Hell, I'll even pay for it.
Letherbridge Cars? Yes, it's, er... Could I...?
Yes, of course I can hold.
I don't want Chloe to hear bad things about her dad.
Now you need to go and sort yourself out, Patrick.
I'll call you at Christmas.
I don't believe it.
The first time I ask for a home visit and they send me Dr Crippen Junior.
-Hey, if it isn't Scarlet Pimple!
-You know - they seek him here, they seek him there...
-I've been busy.
Ben, no! Oh, ssh, ssh!
Let me see your fingers. Let me see.
You're not actually seeing me at my fighting weight today.
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