Heston is found, but have the drugs he has been force fed caused any serious damage? Ben tries to open up to Jimmi but struggles to acknowledge his fears.
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-You know him?
Frankie Hickman was a suspect in an unsolved murder.
That looks nasty.
Open up, there's a good boy.
He told me he was going for a drink with his friend.
He didn't even come home, Karen!
-Get off me!
You had too much to drink? Drugs? You high?
I've seen someone on CCTV, that might be Heston...
I have to try and find him.
I found them in Frankie Hickman's flat.
The murdered girl of four years ago
was found with traces of Rohypnol in her system.
Excuse me. This is my husband, and he's missing.
Her parents just told us Jenny's not diabetic.
We can't waste our time
and resources on a theory which has no evidence.
There was always an outside chance he'd still be there.
Don't worry, he'll show up.
You don't need to be here.
What else am I going to do?
Go home and climb the walls?
I'd just drive Shak mad.
-Listen, I have to go. Will you be OK?
If you need anything, or you've just had enough, let me know, OK?
-I'll deal with it.
-Thanks, Jimmi. Thank you.
Oh, unlucky, mate, man. But you know what?
She could have let you off a bit more gently, eh?
Oh, shush, guys, it's my mum.
-Hey, it's me.
I'm assuming you haven't heard from Heston...
No, I haven't seen him. I'm sure he's fine.
Where are you? I can hear people talking.
Mum, I can't just stay in the whole day!
Shak, I asked you to just stay in the house.
Look, I told you I'm not answering questions
till my solicitor gets here.
Right. Well, this is a medical question.
Well, I don't care.
Have you been to see your doctor about anything, recently?
Look, I suffer from brutal insomnia.
And have they prescribed anything for it?
Why are you asking that?
They've been through my flat.
What they found, eh? My pills?
You might as well tell me, I'm going to talk to your GP anyway.
Well, you can do what you want.
My GP gave me temazepam, yeah, to help me sleep...
..but I didn't like it, so I ordered some Ryloxadol online.
Do you know what Ryloxadol is?
It's for my own use.
You know what, Frankie? I'm just a doctor.
All I'm doing is trying to help you out.
Heston! HESTON! It's me.
It's Ruhma, it's Ruhma, it's Ruhma.
Where have you been?
I've been so worried. I've been so worried.
Are you OK? You shouldn't have done it, you should have done it.
I told you not to get involved.
I'm going to call an ambulance, all right? It's OK, it's OK.
It's OK, it's OK.
-Has Hickman's solicitor got here yet?
Right, so Frankie Hickman claims that he has a condition
which would explain why he has Ryloxadol.
And have you checked?
No, not yet. But he knows I will, so I think he's telling the truth.
-Was it prescribed?
-No, it's rare on the NHS,
but it's not hard to get it if you want online.
Why are you discussing evidence with a suspect?
Because it's a medical matter.
Jenny Moss is one of ours,
so I've asked the other doctors to check and see
if there's been any sign of onset diabetes.
Doctor, I think you're wasting your time.
I can't be diverted from suspicious circumstances because of some BS
fed to you by a manipulative suspect.
Why would he lie about something that he knows I can check?
A suspect who one minute won't talk to you without
the presence of a lawyer and the next minute is singing to you?
I've got a missing girl and the man who was chasing after her
in possession of a date rape-drug.
Until I have evidence proving otherwise,
I'm going to continue with my line of investigation.
WOOZY: I don't need to...
You don't need to be here?
Of course you do.
The doctors, they're doing some tests, and...
Heston, can you tell me what happened, please?
I...don't...remember...some of it.
OK, just take it... Take it easy.
There's no rush.
KNOCK ON DOOR Come in.
Well, you didn't have much to say.
I can see both sides.
Can you? Well, thank you for your support.
Oh, shut up. I hope that you're right,
and I'm hoping that the girl is alive, and she hasn't been murdered.
But Keane's got a point.
We need more than Hickman's description of her breath.
-He could've got that from the internet anyway.
But I still think he's telling the truth.
There's something I want you to see.
WOOZY: I... I went to...
Take it easy. Take it easy.
Just nice... Nice slow breath. Heston?
Done... Done to me. Done to me.
Who? By who?
What's up, doc?
You're a very welcome addition to the team.
-Who is Liam, Heston?
Liam. Medicine is a matter of judgment.
Judgment. Yours can't be trusted.
So you're just going to drop me in it without a second thought?
-Who is Liam?
-You want to speak to Rob?
OK, what do you want to tell Rob?
Karen said that they're looking for a missing girl.
Heston, tell me, who is Liam?
It's a disappointment? Liam is a...?
Did Liam do this to you?
Is it Liam? Heston, is it Liam that gave you the Viper?
-Viper, yeah. Viper.
I'm going to go and tell the doctor,
and then I'm going to call Rob, OK?
All right? All right, OK.
Shh. It's OK. It's OK.
You still sure he's innocent?
I can see why DS Keane was so suspicious of him.
-Maybe I'm wrong.
-Maybe you're not.
That is the route back to Frankie's house from the club.
He's got every reason to go that way.
Hey. I've rung Rob,
and he'll come as soon as he can.
WOOZY: Did... Did you tell him "Liam"?
No, not yet.
Hey, hey, where are you going?
Call him, say Liam. Say Liam.
OK. Look, Heston, you need to rest.
OK, this Viper, it messes with your head.
And we have to wait until it's clear because you can't be certain
-it's this Liam.
-I know it was him. It was Liam.
All right, Heston.
OK, let's concentrate on getting you better, first, OK?
And then we'll sort it out, OK? There's no rush.
All right? And that's what we're going to do.
OK? OK, no debate.
That looks like a water bottle.
I hope it's water.
Yeah, well, judging by the way she's behaving -
possible dehydration -
well, they're all consistent with symptoms of DKA.
Oh - and now nausea.
Well, she'll definitely be dehydrated now.
Is it also consistent with someone whose drink's been spiked?
-Hickman's not on this camera.
No. Well, even if Frankie Hickman is completely innocent,
that girl is in danger.
TRAIN PASSES IN DISTANCE
That's them fetching Hickman.
-Can you bring these to the interview room?
-Can I have a look at those again?
How many have been used?
OK. Maybe ask him where he got them.
See if there's an invoice or a delivery note
showing how many he's had before.
And then maybe he'll tell you when he took the missing pill.
On the advice of my solicitor,
I'm not going to answer that question.
OK. What about the scratches on your neck?
Can you explain to us how you got those?
On the advice of my solicitor, no comment.
If you've got an innocent explanation, Frankie,
now is the time to get it on tape.
When we came to your house to question you,
you tried to run away, and assaulted me.
Now, the logical explanation for that would be
that you have something to hide,
but if you have any other reason why you tried to run away,
we'd like to hear it.
Frankie, if you really can't explain this away,
then don't you think you've got a duty to tell us?
Otherwise we're wasting time on you
when we could be out there trying to find Jenny Moss.
Every second counts, yeah?
For the tape, Mr Hickman showed a sudden physical reaction
to the mention of the name Charlotte Walters.
Mr Hickman, can you tell us who Charlotte Walters was?
Well, you know.
Charlotte Walters was brutally murdered after a night out
at Rockers nightclub.
The same nightclub, which is now called Trendz,
and where you met Jenny Moss last night.
Do you remember?
It was on the news. And I was questioned,
just like every one else who was at that club that night.
Bit of a coincidence, isn't it?
That you were at the same club four years ago and last night.
No comment! Yeah?
That is the answer to every question.
I am now showing Mr Hickman, item MK1,
which is a packet of Ryloxadol tablets,
which we found at your house.
Can you explain why you have them?
Do you have a legitimate medical explanation?
You see, these tablets have been known to be used
as a date-rape drug.
There's one missing. Just one, but it is missing.
And Miss Moss's behaviour after she left the club is consistent
with that of someone who's taken or been given Ryloxadol.
It would be very helpful if you could account for the missing pill.
Right, I've spoken to his GP.
Frankie did not concoct a story to explain the pills.
He'd been to see his GP complaining of insomnia a few times.
The GP had prescribed temazepam.
Frankie said it wasn't working and wanted to try Ryloxadol.
GP said it wasn't justified.
Oh, well, he refused to answer any questions about the pills,
where he got them from, or what happened to the missing one.
Look, Dr Reid, I get that you're doing your job
and that you have a duty to speak up if there's a medical angle here,
but, look, worst case scenario, he is a killer that's done this before.
It's consistent with that sort of behaviour that he'll try to
manipulate the system, use his GP to try and manufacture
an excuse for possession of a drug that could incriminate him.
Look, DS Keane, I get that you're just doing your job,
but I also get that it wouldn't harm your career
if you nailed a killer. A serial killer, even.
-Come on, Emma.
I'm seeking further manpower to search some local parks, rivers,
starting with Watley Park, where Charlotte Walters was found.
There's enough reason to think that this girl has health problems.
Surely that merits a search of the surrounding areas
of her last known location. I mean, she wasn't in good shape, was she?
Did Hickman's GP say he'd tried to get hold of these drugs
-four years ago?
He went to him with insomnia problems five months ago.
Listen, both possibilities have to be taken seriously.
I'll tell you what, Mike, while you're trying to sort out manpower
to search the Watley Park area,
I'll grab a couple of PCs and try and retrace her steps.
Yeah, mate, you do what you need to do,
but the focus on my investigation is still Frankie Hickman.
He was there, we know he was following her,
he had the means and opportunity of drugging her.
He's got a date-rape drug and one of them is missing.
What the hell's her problem?
Chill, she's all right. She is, OK?
Maybe she just thought that you were talking down to her.
You've both got a legitimate point...
..but you both can't be right, and I'd rather not gamble.
Yeah, well, she's full of it.
This has got nothing to do with my career.
I know. Tom? Yeah, have we got a couple of PCs on duty,
that live in the Trowberry Road area?
Right, Trendz nightclub.
This is the last place our missing girl,
Jenny Moss, was seen by witnesses.
We've checked all the obvious ways that she could have got home,
but to no avail, so I think it's time to go off-piste.
Donna, you live round here. Can you think of any
off-the-beaten-tracks, shortcuts that she may have taken home,
considering that she could have been drunk and on autopilot?
Come on Donna, don't be shy. We've all done it.
As a matter of fact, I do.
Thanks for finding the time.
So...what was it you wanted to talk about?
Erm, we could start, if you like,
by discussing how you're settling in here at The Mill?
Great... I mean, I'm settling in great.
Zara can be a bit challenging.
Yeah, well, her bark's worse than her bite.
That's not true, is it?
No. She'd rip my head off just for saying that.
Yeah, but everyone's been lovely.
-Well, good, I'm glad to hear it.
OK, look, if your life is going so well and everything is so great,
then this is going to be a really short session.
-Are you sure about this, Donna?
I think I saw her drinking from one of these.
It can't have been here too long, it's too clean.
MUFFLED MOANING Jenny!
-7724 to control.
-Go ahead, over.
We've found Jenny Moss. She's alive.
-Jenny, it's the police...
-We're going to need an ambulance.
Are you OK? I need you to respond.
Do you feel whole?
What do you mean?
Do you feel that you can be the same person to everyone you deal with?
-We're not talking about anyone.
Look, being gay, that's what you're getting at.
Well, if that's something you want to talk about?
-I don't have a problem talking about it.
So, my understanding is that very few people know that you're gay.
I don't feel the need to advertise it.
I'm guessing you've spoken to Will about what happened with my mum?
Do you want to talk about that?
No, not really.
..there is a whole world of difference between
not wanting to tell everyone unless it naturally comes up
and is relevant, or consciously choosing to keep that part
-of who you are hidden.
I mean, I'm not happy that I can't be who I am with everyone
but I don't know if I'm ready for that...
..that process of telling them.
I did a skydive thing for charity once.
I loved the part when we were on the floor.
Jumping out was the scary part.
-And have you done it again?
Coming out, it'd be like skydiving over and over again.
But it would be less scary every time.
Let me put it another way.
Do you feel that you could be happy keeping your true self hidden?
No, of course not.
Then surely that means that you're controlling your happiness?
Especially now you've told your parents.
It's not that simple, OK?
My community - they're very traditional.
They're pretty tolerant, but things are expected of me.
Marry the right woman, have babies.
In our church, amongst our friends,
it's very macho. You know, a clear idea of what a real man is.
I don't know any gay black men.
-Are you sure about that?
So, if I asked your family friends if they knew any gay black men...
And they'd say no. And they'd be wrong, I know,
but the point is, if I'd come out when I was younger,
I'd have felt totally isolated.
That sounds like how you feel now...
..so what do you have to gain by hiding it?
It's nothing to do with me. It's these guys, especially Donna.
Well, the paramedics gave Jenny a blood glucose test,
-and it's DKA.
Any longer and she'd have been in a diabetic coma.
Yeah, and she'd have probably died if we hadn't found her.
Yeah, well, at least she'll be OK.
Although, I doubt I'll get an apology from DS Keane.
-He had a good case.
-He was wrong.
Yes, he was, but so were you about him.
It wasn't about his career.
Those guys who worked on that murder case four years ago
were hit very hard when they couldn't find a killer.
You were right. Fair play.
-The important thing is the girl's alive.
I want to make a complaint about wrongful arrest against you lot.
-Fill your boots.
Because you wasn't arrested for Jenny.
You were arrested for assaulting me.
Now, it's not too late for me to change my mind
about charging you, so if I were you, I'd go home.
-Lucky old you.
Have you ever spoken to anybody who's come out
-about their experiences?
Some had it pretty easy, some went through hell on earth,
but most, in between.
And did anyone ever regret it?
Some people regretted some of the things they said and did,
but, no, no-one regretted doing it.
So what do you take from that?
Is the obstacle that you can't predict how it'll go?
So would it be fair to say that the issue is one of control?
But you have control.
You don't have to come out at work, unless you want to.
It's your choice.
I mean, the longer you leave it, the less chance
you have of controlling it if you are outed by someone else, but...
So I should out myself in case someone else does?
That's fear, not control.
Shouldn't you be sat here and one of us in there?
I told you. I told you drugs were being manufactured in that house.
Liam Slade force-fed me Viper.
-He was someone I mentored a few years ago.
You remember that Quack business?
He got involved and he threw his career away because of it.
Yeah. You had Viper in your system.
You said that you were hallucinating,
so how reliable can this information be?
He knew I was a doctor. He knew it was me.
Yeah, did you have ID on you?
I didn't have ID.
Is it possible that it could have been someone who
-looked like this Liam.
-Rob, it was him!
OK. Right, I'll tell you what, I'll have a look around,
see what I can find.
Is it that bad? There are boundaries at work.
People don't need to know everything about me.
I don't want to know everything about them.
Sometimes they're just people that you work with, not your friends.
I have to be in charge here.
It's good to keep some distance, right?
-You tell me.
I've always struggled with people taking me seriously.
I've always been the youngest person at whatever level
I'm at professionally.
I mean, I stepped out of retail, I'm the retail guy.
The last thing I need is another distraction.
That's fine if that's who you are, but it doesn't sound like it.
It's a part of who I am.
Maybe people here don't need to see the whole me.
I don't know the whole you. Do you know the whole Zara?
Of course not. If you're happy with that, then great.
But if you were happy, would we be here?
If you have to lie or let people think that you're straight,
then you're just putting extra pressure on yourself.
So...what do I do?
I can't answer that.
I can only filter through what you tell me
and try and help you discover how you feel.
You have to own the decision.
Sure. I think we're done here. Thanks.
Mum, Sergeant Hollins is here.
Just tell him to come up.
I hope you weren't too hard on Shak.
I was as hard as he deserved. Let's put it this way,
you're not going to be putting the bins out for six months.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
-Just come in, Rob.
-Did you find him?
There is nothing there,
there's no evidence of any drug activity,
no paraphernalia. Nothing.
Well, I didn't imagine... Why don't you believe me?
I mean, look, check my phone, there's photographic evidence.
No, because you didn't have your phone on you.
You must have lost it.
The only reason that I've got this filth in me
is because somebody force-fed me.
I demand that you arrest him!
You can find his address from his parents or the university.
See, I can't ignore the fact that these drugs
will have messed with your mind. There is no evidence.
There's no evidence, but...
..that place had been scrubbed, which is suspicious.
Someone had clearly tried to remove any traces of what happened there.
Look, you've done your bit now, Heston, OK?
So now you need to rest and recover.
I went to Denby Drive, Rob.
There was a bloke there, and it could have been Liam.
I don't know, I didn't stick around.
-You went there?
-Because I was worried about you.
So now both of you are trying to make my job harder.
-This has got to stop.
-I know what that poison does,
how it affects people and how they're treated.
And, no, I won't let this drop!
Heston, you cannot go haring off like that on your own again, OK?
You are not a superhero.
This time you got out of it in one piece,
but next time you might not be so lucky.
-Do you remember him?
He overreached himself with that Methamphetamine derivative.
I think it's the drugs. I think it is all in his head.
-You can't do this!
-I can. It's a gift...
No, this is a medical practice, not a dating agency.
He does have a company.
"Liam Slade, African artwork".
And there's an address.
Heston is finally found, but have the drugs he has been force fed caused any serious damage? Elsewhere, Ben tries to open up to Jimmi but struggles to acknowledge his deepest fears. A man arrested in connection with a missing girl refuses to talk, despite the evidence against him. Rob later finds her but is she still alive?