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Your dad pushed me away.
If you want to blame someone, then blame him.
When I give you a job to do, I expect you to do it.
Not when it suits you, but when I tell you to do it. You got that?
Don't let it happen again, then.
What that? Up there?
It seems this conversation's over.
I'll let myself out.
MUSIC: "We Don't Eat" by James Vincent McMorrow
# If this is redemption
# Why do I bother at all?
# There's nothing to mention
# And nothing has changed... #
-Oh, I could get used to this.
-Sorry, I'll clean that up.
Will has just made the world's best omelette. You need to try this.
I could whip you one up in two minutes, if you like?
-I'm not hungry, thanks.
So that must be three times this week you've stayed over?
Something like that.
We'll need to start charging you rent soon.
DOOR SLAMS >
Och, she's not that bad once you get to know her.
Well, she IS, but she can be funny with it.
-Maybe we've been pushing it a bit.
-Well, there's an easy option.
You stay over at mine more?
-Do what the princess of darkness says - start paying rent.
-If you like.
-You really want me to move in?
It makes no difference to me.
Is that right?
-I'll put some thought to it. HORN HONKS
-Right, I'll see you later.
That's my boss.
-Come on, just one wee kiss. Don't be mean!
-I need to go.
-Is there a problem?
-We've got a lot to do.
So...our victim's got a name. Alicia Petrauskas.
17 years old, born in Lithuania.
Brought into the UK in 2008
by a trafficking gang operating down south,
and then sold on to persons unknown.
All this from the Border Agency?
Yeah. They managed to track down her parents.
She sent this photo home some time last year.
They brought her over when she was 14?
Aye, well, this "poor kid" might be just what we've been waiting for.
She's part of something bigger, I don't know what yet,
but Miss Petrauskas could be the key to taking out some real players.
Are we talking Lenny Murdoch?
No, no, no. He always stayed well away from of the vice game,
far too principled for that.
Tommy McCabe, on the other hand, never had any qualms.
And now McCabe's gone?
Sean Kennedy. He worked for McCabe.
From what we're hearing, he's claimed the business for himself.
We've almost got Sean a couple of times, but...
whenever he's involved, witnesses have a habit of losing their nerve.
-So what's the plan?
-Back to basics. I need you to do some digging.
-MOBILE PHONE RINGS
See these boxes... Excuse me.
-What now? >
Tell her that's not going to happen.
Well, she's just going to have to...
You know what, I'll go and tell her myself!
Well, I think it's a very good idea.
Look, I've got to go, I'll speak to you later, OK.
I think I know who the other girl is in this photo.
I recognise the tattoo. I think she's a prostitute. I've got a weird kind of memory for little details.
I think her name is Annie or, um...
You remember the tattoo, but you can't remember her name?
-I'm pretty sure it...
-Right now, your priority is what's in these boxes.
Every girl that's gone missing in the last five years.
-Look for anything that connects a missing girl
to the faces on this board. I will be back in an hour.
Well, they can't all be open cases.
No, most of them are closed.
Where are you going?
Just get on with your job, all right?!
-It's just not good enough.
-It was his boss.
-I mean, it's not like he's actually hiding who he is.
-It felt like it!
He was just being professional.
Some people actually have respect for their superiors.
Oh, like you're my superior? Ha-ha-ha(!)
I'm just saying, imagine he was straight.
-I bet he'd still feel uncomfortable
if his boss caught him snogging some lassie on the street.
For starters, I am not some lassie!
Plus, he's a policeman, not a hairdresser.
It's a very macho world.
It is a macho world.
So give him a break.
Maybe, just tone it down a wee bit in front of his workmates.
I don't tone it down for anyone. I tone it up!
SHE LAUGHS TO HERSELF
Angie, Angie, Angie!
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Sandy. Hi, it's Will Cooper. ..I'm very well thank you, you?
Yeah. Remember that guy we picked up - McCulloch?
Yeah, um, he had a girl with him, loads of attitude, called Angie.
Angie Warren - that's the one.
Yeah! Yeah, I need an address, yeah.
Yeah, I'd appreciate that. OK, talk to you soon.
-Are you sure you didn't meet her through Cameron Tennant?
I mean, yes, I'm sure.
What about the girl standing next to her?
Take a look at the tattoo on her arm.
Is she OK? Has something happened to her?
Now, you said in your statement that she helped you get away from Cameron Tennent. Is that correct?
-Yeah. Do you think she's in trouble for it?
-Was she working for him?
He wanted me to work for him too.
He was bringing men over when Angie helped me get away.
-Do you know where we can find her?
This is Sean Kennedy.
Did you ever encounter him when you were with Cameron?
Do you recognise him?
I'm sorry, it's all just a bit...
OK, if you remember anything, anything at all, call me immediately.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Oh, brilliant, brilliant, hold on a sec.
OK, go ahead.
Got it. Amazing. Listen, I owe you one. Bye.
Petrauskas. Alicia Petrauskas.
-Never heard of her.
-You sure about that?
I don't recognise her.
That's you standing next to her.
What are you talking about?
You can tell by the tattoo.
Look, I want to find who did this. I want to put them away.
-Oh, you really care, do you?
How would you describe your relationship to Miss Petrauskas?
-Don't you want to help her?
-I think it's a bit late for that, don't you?
We've reason to believe there's other girls in danger.
Like, this girl, for example.
Never seen her before. Listen! This has nothing to do with me,
so why don't you just get on your way?
-If you don't want to talk here, you can come to the station.
-I can detain you if you won't cooperate.
-No, you can't, I've not done nothing!
-I have reason to believe you've been making money as a prostitute.
-I don't do that any more.
We can discuss that down at the station now, can't we?
DOOR OPENS Come on. >
Take a seat, Angie.
We know for a fact you worked for Cameron Tennant.
How about this guy - Sean Kennedy? Do you know him?
-You sure about that?
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
There you go.
What happened to you?
-MOBILE PHONE RINGS AGAIN
-I had a late one last night.
-I was through in Edinburgh visiting a mate.
I'm glad you picked up, eventually.
No, you listen. I don't deal with your kind, OK.
I never have, I never will. You get it?
Don't phone again.
Who was that?
Fancy a coffee?
Get me one while you're there, will you? Milk and two sugar.
-I'm happy to stay here all day, if that's what it takes.
-Really? You don't look very happy.
I get you're scared, OK.
Look, I want to help you.
Aw, you're not like other polis, is that it?
You're doing this out of the goodness of your heart? Give it a rest, eh?
We both know there's other girls out there in the same situation Alicia was before she died.
-You don't know anything.
-So tell me what's going on.
Where's my brief?
Someone's on their way.
Well, I don't have to say it until he gets here,
so be a doll, would you, and tell him to hurry up.
Well, then? What you waiting for?
How about we go back to your house, turn it over, see what we find?
-No bother. You won't find anything!
-You'd be surprised what I find when I put my mind to it.
-Is that right?
A word, please.
Standing next to Alicia in the photo. She knew her.
-She helped Nicole Brodie get away from Cameron Tennant. It's in her file.
-What's she said?
-Nothing yet, but...
-I'll talk to her.
Hi, Angie. I'm DCI Donald.
You all right for a drink? Do you want a tea or anything?
My colleague here seems to think you knew Alicia Petrauskas.
Look, Angie, you're not in any trouble, OK?
Anything you tell me'll just be between us.
Oh, I'm supposed to trust you? This one's just after threatening me.
Ignore him. He's new. He gets a bit emotional.
It's obviously you, next to Alicia.
Were you two close?
I want my brief.
Look, let's just get this sorted out and you can be on your way, yeah?
Did Alicia work for Cameron Tennant as well?
-Did she stay with you?
-But you met her?
Just the once. She wasn't a mate.
What was the occasion?
That's what they called it anyway.
-That's where the picture's from.
-Who else was there?
I didn't catch their names.
Look, I think I remember where the party was.
If I give you the address, will you give me peace?
That would be really good of you.
Oh, thanks a million.
OK, Angie, you're free to go. This officer will see you home.
Thanks again for your help today. We really appreciate it.
Why did you let her go?
Because, right now, that girl is too scared
to tell us anything that might help us. I know her type.
You push her too hard, she's going to clam up for good.
You need to build up trust.
I was getting somewhere.
No, you weren't!
Right, so I'll go and check out the address, yeah?
You've got plenty to be getting on with right here.
-But it's the best lead we got.
-That's a matter of opinion,
and it just so happens my opinion's the one that matters.
-No, go on, just because what?
-Just because it was me who found her and not you.
I'll pretend you didn't just say that.
Why did you bring me on this case if you won't give me a chance?!
You think it was my decision?
Certain people upstairs thought you'd bring something different to the team.
Sure enough, you've already brought a bit of colour to the place, eh?
Look... Get your head down, work your way through those files,
I'll meet you at the address in an hour. We'll see what's what.
Is that all right with you?
-Glad to hear it.
MEN CHATTER >
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Hiya! So did you like them?
'Nice? You don't have anything else to say,'
like, you know, "Thank you, that was really thoughtful"?
I've got a lot on my plate right now, Robbie.
I know, that's why I sent you the flowers!
-Look, it's not appropriate to send me flowers at work, OK?
Is this a bad line or something?
Just...just stop it.
-I'm trying to get people to take me seriously here.
What's that supposed to mean?
If this is what it's going to be like, I don't think I can do it.
I think I just got dumped.
-All right, big man!
-All right, Jimmy?
-Aw, you'll be dancing up those stairs in no time.
-I've heard you're trying to lose a bit of weight.
-Who said that?
Er, nobody! It was just, er...
Have folk got nothing better to talk about?
It was only Scarlett, but I mean...
-How's it going anyway?
-I'll catch you later on, eh?
What are you looking for?
You worrying about Silvie?
I just wish I knew where she was.
It's your birthday. Give yourself a break.
-I'm terrible at wrapping, I'm sorry, but there you go.
-Happy birthday... Mwah! ..again.
-Ha-ha! It's not much.
Aw, I love it!
Aw, it's lovely! Could you not find one of the three of us, though?
Och, none that I liked. Not of me, anyway.
-Look what Christina gave me. Isn't it beautiful?
-Aw, it really suits you!
I have excellent taste.
-Right, about tonight.
-We don't have to do anything special.
Scarlett's got it into her head we're having a big family meal,
but I thought it'd be nicer if maybe me and you just did something here.
I'd cook, we'd watch a film. Mum's away at the bingo anyway.
-I'm sure I could find something to do with myself.
-What do you reckon?
-It sounds really lovely.
HE BLOWS ON THE KNIFE
Chick flicks! They're just for lassies, man!
-But action films, now they're for everybody,
and, anyway, you got to choose the last time.
That's the guy, isn't it? The one in the picture. Sean something.
-You did recognise him before?
-Just leave it.
-Who is he?
-I don't know.
-But what, you saw him at Cammy's?
-I don't want to talk about it.
Nicole, if you remember something, you need to tell the polis!
All right, I get it, you want to put the whole thing behind you,
but it's all right.
-Hey, you're safe now.
If you don't want to talk to the polis, at least talk to me.
My dad's in jail. I don't want anyone else getting hurt.
-Aye, I know!
-Hey, where are you going?
-Where's Lenny? >
Aye, well, if he wants.
-I just want a wee chat with him.
Wait a minute, let me get a pen here.
Will you just listen to me for one second?!
-I don't know how long he'll be.
-Hold on a wee minute, will you?
And even if I knew where he is, it still isn't any of your business!
Now, look, I'm not going to tell you again!
-< if you'd leave your name...
-I'll call you back.
< ..I'll pass it on to Mr Murdoch. Are you deaf?!
< Leave your name and I'll pass it on.
And you stay right where you are!
It's all right, Molly.
Listen, why don't you take a walk round the block? Get a cup of tea.
-Are you soft in the head?
-I've got a proposition for you.
Does it involve you walking out of here before I lose my temper?
We should be working together.
I know the way you operate. It's not for me.
See, the way things are going, you might find that working with me
is a lot less...dangerous than working against me.
You hear what I'm saying?
I'll take my chances.
Escort the lady from the premises, will you?
The door's that way, pal.
Aye, easy, big man. I'm leaving.
-I've been hearing good things about you.
How long you been working for Lenny?
Who wants to know?
Treat you well, does he?
Listen... you know he's a dinosaur, right?
I mean, if you want to get on,
you'd be better off coming in with me and my boys.
-I think you'd be better getting on your way, pal.
-Here's the thing, eh?
I've just imported a load of booze from the continent. A lot of it.
But my buyer fell through, we had a wee fallin' out.
I was hoping Lenny might be able to help me out. Anyway...
..if you know anyone who might be interested in a very good deal...
..I'm offering a very generous finder's fee.
Hey! Jimmy Mullen, eh, as I live and breathe!
That was a terrible business, you getting stabbed like that.
Terrible business. I mean...
if you're going to stab somebody in the gut,
at least do a decent job and actually kill them, know what I mean? But hey,
it's good to see you back on your feet again, mate.
I'll see youse later, right?
-What was he after?
Guys like him, they don't muck about.
Cheers for the tip.
Are you sure? I mean, we could just have it in here.
Then you wouldn't have to think about clearing up!
It's so kind of you to offer, but a quiet night in is...
Just like every other night!
-Hey, it's the birthday girl!
I was going to wrap this and give you it later, but here you go.
What do you think?
That's so kind. Oh, I love it! Thanks!
We know how to do birthdays right in this family, don't we, Mum?
-Well, somebody's just after saying they want a quiet night in.
-Bob suggested we stay in...
-Aye, it's not his birthday, is it?
No, we should go out. Dinner and drinks.
I know a great wee place you can bring your own bottle.
-I'm sure I can get a good wee crowd together.
-I'm not sure if...
See, when you don't feel like a night out, that's when you really need one.
Aye, it wouldn't do my brother any harm to get his fat bahookie off the sofa for a night!
-See you later!
-SHE LAUGHS: Oh, I see!
-So what do you reckon?
-I suppose I could...
-Brilliant! I'll start letting people know.
Why are you standing in the middle of my office?
-What was he wanting?
That guy - Sean.
Never you mind him.
He said something about shifting some booze.
-Did he now?
I've got a mate, he owns some pubs, clubs...
-You never even heard what I had to say.
-Cos I don't have to!
Look, you wouldn't need to do anything, I can handle it.
Sir? I'm outside the property. Been here 40 minutes.
Talk to you soon.
Police! Stay where you are!
Hey! Come here!
Just calm down! Calm down, will you?!
THUD! Oof! Agh!
I told you to wait for me.
I saw two suspicious guys, I just...I followed them in.
I challenged them and they just pushed past me.
Look, I waited for you for about...
I said we would check it out, not go marching in.
You'd no idea who might have been in there.
-Oh, it's like amateur hour!
-I didn't know how long you'd be!
Your job was to wait for me! Is it really worth getting yourself killed just so you can be the big hero?
Hey! You're skating on very thin ice, d'you understand?
-So what did you find inside?
-Nothing. Angie was having us on.
And the two guys you followed in?
I found a needle. I just think they were just looking for somewhere to shoot up.
Get yourself cleaned up and get in your car.
We're going back to see Angie.
And, you, do not say a word to her!
-You want a drink?
-Can you help me out on that?
Aye, I can. So how much booze are we talking about?
Lenny doesn't know you're here, I take it.
-Cos if I find out you're trying to play me,
having Lenny Murdoch standing behind you isnae going to help you.
-So how much are we talking about?
-Two van loads, spirits.
I'm looking for three grand.
It's a bargain, but it needs to happen today.
You'll double your money on this, even if you sell it on the cheap.
-Where's the buyer?
I'll need a deposit, eh?
That's 600 quid.
Your guy pays the balance on delivery.
Fine. But he'll need to check out what he's buying first.
I'll take that now, then. The deposit.
Well, I'll need five minutes. Just wait here. I'll be right back.
'No, it needs to be today.'
Hey, good man! Look, I'll tell you what,
I'll give you a phone back when I found out what time, right?
-Cheers for that, Laurence.
-What you doing with my money?
If you're going to rob the place, try to be more subtle about it.
-I was just heading to the bank.
-Wait a minute, the bank you're going to, is it the one in the town?
-How you getting there?
-I've not thought about it.
Take a taxi, on the house. Tell Molly, she'll sort it out.
-Right, OK, cheers.
-I was thinking, listen, see on your way back..
-It's a dry cleaning receipt!
-I know. I'm going down the casino tonight. I want my lucky suit.
Hey, it was you that came to me in the first place, wanting me to get involved, remember?
-I'm not some errand boy!
You know I've been around, I know a few people!
You know I can get things done. I'm not some sort of kid.
I just knew you'd be passing!
It'll take you a couple of secs.
I'll send a driver.
Quite the hissy fit.
Right, what's this about? Sean and his dodgy booze?
This is not about me not thinking you're up to it, right?
I know you are, but this guy, he's toxic. Seriously.
Right, give us it.
-It's all right...
-No, give me it.
-It's all right, I'll get it.
But I thought you were up for a quiet night in just the two of us?
-I was, but I spoke to Scarlett and...
-I've started cooking.
How about we still have dinner together, the two of us,
and then we meet everyone else at the pub?
Who's everyone else?
I don't know. Kelly-Marie is letting people know.
-What's it got to do with her?!
-She's being nice.
-And I'm not?
Look, I wasn't sure at first, but we do stay in most nights and...
It's what I want, so let's just enjoy it, OK?
Aye, aye. OK.
Unfortunately, we didn't find anything at that address you gave us.
-I must have remembered wrong.
-Och, well, no harm done.
What happened to your face, then? Somebody give you a smack?
So you did know Alicia a bit, then?
-I was using back then, so...
-You're not using now?
No. I'm on the methadone.
Well, one step at a time.
Good for you.
Cheers. And I'm not on the game any more either.
I'm trying to find a job and all.
-Sounds like you're really turning things around.
-I do my best.
HE SIGHS LOUDLY >
Look, sit down, would you?! You're making us nervous.
-So what is he, like a trainee or something?
Is it your first day, aye?
-Look, why don't you just...?
-Sit there and hold your tongue or you can wait outside.
So what can you tell us about Alicia from when you knew her?
-Her English wasn't that good, so you couldn't really have a conversation with her.
-But did you like her?
Aye, she was all right. Sweet.
Look, if I could've done something for her, I would've.
Well, by the sounds of things, you'd enough on your own plate.
there's nothing we can do for Alicia now,
but think about all the other girls we can help.
I'm trying to help you, all right?!
-You don't know what these people are like!
-We can keep you safe.
Oh, stop wasting our time and just tell us what you know!
-Was Cameron Tennant Alicia's pimp?
-Detective Constable Cooper! Wait outside!
-You're a pretty good actress, but do you expect us to believe...
-..you give a toss about anyone?
-So you got lucky and made it out, so sod the rest of them?
-Angie, he's just leaving.
-Both of you!
-Stop saying my name, all right?!
You don't care about me or Alicia or anybody else,
so stop pretending like you do!
-No, I'm nothing to youse lot!
-Let's just take a minute...
What are you still doing here? I told youse to get out!
She wasn't going to tell us anything.
Well, thanks to you, we'll never know for sure! Do you think I give two hoots about that girl?
You think I was giving her all that chat out of a sense of genuine concern? I was working her.
Saying what needed to be said to try and get her to open up.
-I know that.
-Do you, though?
-Why have you got such a problem with me?
Hey, I could have you disciplined for the way you carried on today.
Was it seeing me and my boyfriend this morning?
-Is that it?
-Do yourself a favour - stop talking.
-Try and act professionally for five minutes, all right?
What about you? Swanning off for hours at a time.
So it's OK for you to have a personal life, is it?
This has nothing to do with my personal life or anybody else's.
As it happens, yes, you've probably heard, my divorce is not what you'd call amicable.
So pardon me if I've been a bit out of sorts.
But my personal life's the way it is, because I always put the job first. Always!
I am sick of baby-sitting you!
HE KNOCKS ON THE WINDOW
-Am I off the case?
-You'd love that, wouldn't you?
So you can bleat to the chief about how you weren't given a fair go. No!
No, you're not off the case, but when you see the pointless
and, frankly, mind-numbing guff I'm going to have you doing,
you'll wish you'd never heard of it!
There you are.
-Is he in?
Doing his washing now?
Is he in?
-He'll be back in a minute.
-Just make sure he gets this, then, will you?
You know, I've got a big pile of washing back at the house
if you're looking for something to fill your time.
But I wouldn't want you handling my delicates.
SHE LAUGHS LOUDLY
Ha-ha(!) There's no danger of that, believe me.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
How'd it go?
Aw, that's magic! Brilliant, listen I'll catch you later, all right?
What do you think?
< It's gorgeous!
You sure? Are you sure it's not too...?
Mum, you'll look hot. Bob, don't you think?
-What do you think of Mum's new top?
Aye. Aye, you'll look beautiful.
I'd better go to the salon.
What time are we eating?
There's no rush.
But we are going to have an early one, so we can go to the pub?
Aye, well, it doesn't matter if we're late. The pub doesn't shut till 11 anyway, so we're all right.
-You can't have a birthday party without the guest of honour now, can you?
-I suppose not.
I'll see you later.
-You want to tell me what's going on?
-There's nothing to tell.
Why don't you want to go to the pub?
-I just don't really want to be around a lot of people the now, right?
Look, you saw how good your mum's going to look in that new top.
Well, how am I going to feel standing next to her?
I don't know, proud, happy maybe?
You think? Looking like this?
-Look, just leave it. Leave me alone.
-And don't say anything to your mother.
-But maybe you should say something.
Look, maybe...maybe you won't feel so bad when you get there.
Don't all men have like a lucky shirt or something?
-The one they save for special occasions when they want to be at their best.
Aye, well, there is the one I wore the night I met your mother, aye.
Sounds pretty lucky to me.
-I've not worn it in a while.
-Well, there you go.
-I bet, if you wear it tonight, you'll feel invincible.
There's your deposit back and your finder's fee.
-Glad to hear it all went so smoothly.
I meant what I said earlier.
Hitching your wagon to Lenny Murdoch
is not the smart thing to be doing right now. He's on the way out.
Everybody knows that.
Whereas me on the other hand...
I don't want a new boss.
I've got a lot on at the moment and I need good people.
I like being self-employed. I don't want to be anybody's lackey.
But if you want to do business, well, you know my number.
Let's talk. Tonight.
I'll let you know where and when.
-There you go and enjoy the rest of your birthday.
I'll see you both at the pub later, yes?
What moany-face means is, "Yes, thank you for inviting me."
Yes, thank you for asking me.
-Although, actually, I'm not sure I'm in the mood for a party.
-But you just said...
-I wouldn't want to bring anybody down.
It's meant to be a happy occasion, isn't it? I'd be like a dark cloud.
OK, well, see how you feel. Bye.
Look, I'm sorry about before, on the phone. Robbie...
I'm actually at work here, so it's not really "appropriate", OK?
-It just wasn't a great moment and I may have overreacted.
I shouldn't have sent the flowers. I should've walked into that office and sat on your knee!
Whoa! I'm not ashamed of who I am.
-What about who I am?
-Not one bit.
I've been under a lot of pressure and I've not dealt with it very well.
Knowing I get to see you at the end of the day is what gets me through, all right?
And you're not the only one to call me out for being an idiot today.
-I nearly got booted off the murder case.
-Oh, it was nothing. It's my fault. Occupational hazard.
-You were injured in the line of duty?
-Well, technically, yeah, but...
-There's a first aid kit in the flat.
Robbie, it's just a scratch...
Cancel the rest of my appointments. I've got wounds to attend to!
But you don't have any other appointments.
Right, I'm away,
as soon as I find my keys, that is.
Did you get dressed in the dark or are you wearing that shirt for a bet?
-What's wrong with it?
-It doesn't fit.
Well...maybe it shrunk in the wash a little.
Are you saying I don't know how to wash a shirt?
It's the boy that's gotten bigger, not the shirt that's shrunk. ..You better get changed
before a button flies off and takes somebody's eye out.
Have a lovely night.
-So what do you think he's doing in Shieldinch?
-The guy on the street.
The one that... You know who I'm talking about.
It's got you scared, I'm not blind.
You're seriously doing my head in.
Talk to the polis!
-This has got nothing to do with you!
-Of course it has!
Look... I care. I don't want to see you like this.
What if it gets out that I've said something?
What if Angie gets hurt because of it?
And what if she gets hurt, because of something you didn't say?
It sounds to me like a simple case of overcompensating, at work I mean.
-It's more complicated than that.
-Is it, though?
You're worried they'll think you're not as rough and tough as them
because you're gay, so you try and prove them wrong.
Charging into dodgy buildings on your own?
There's no maybe about it, is there?
HE LAUGHS No, there's not.
Do you know what, you are one very lucky detective constable
having me to sort all this out for you.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
No, we've just finished. ..OK.
Well, we shouldn't be too long.
OK. Well, I'll see you soon.
There's plenty more, I made loads.
Oh, I couldn't, you know me and rich food.
Oh, well, I was going to make something healthier, but I thought,
-it's your birthday, so...
-I wasn't complaining. It was delicious.
Kelly-Marie is already at the pub. Shall we have a quick coffee and...?
-Well, there's pudding and I'm making you a cake.
Well, maybe we could go to the pub just now and have the cake after?
I just don't get why you'd rather spend your birthday
with a bunch of randoms than your husband.
Kelly-Marie is family. Scarlett is family.
And the others are my friends.
Can't I be with them AND my husband?
-It's my birthday, after all.
Look, just you go on and I'll catch up with you in a minute.
-Thanks for a lovely dinner.
-< No, I'm not letting you!
-Right, I just want to be clear, it's not that they're gay.
It's just...all the time.
Have a shower here! >
But I need to go home to get changed. >
-< I'll see you at the pub.
-Fine! Bye, then.
Bye! DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES >
Anyway, I thought you liked him?
Life's just amazing, in't it?
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Right. Well, no, I'll come to you. Where are you?
So...what was it you wanted to tell me?
-Did you find Angie?
-And she's OK?
-Yeah, she's doing well.
She's off the drugs and no longer working as a prostitute.
Did she say anything about...?
Did you show her the same photo you showed me?
Unfortunately, she wasn't very forthcoming.
Did...did you remember something?
No. Sorry, I'm wasting your time. I don't want to get her in trouble.
You're very loyal to her.
If it wasn't for her, I don't know what would've happened to me.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Nicole...You know a bit of what life is like for these girls, don't you?
Well, Angie getting out, it doesn't happen very often,
and, to be honest, until we find the people behind this,
we can't say she's 100% safe.
-That guy whose photo you showed me.
I saw him at Cammy's one night.
-Are you sure?
-I didn't talk to him or anything.
He just turned up one night.
And I saw him today, in Shieldinch, just down the road.
How was he with Cammy? How would you describe their relationship?
Cammy was scared of him. Everyone was scared of him.
-But that's all I know, honestly, I'm sorry.
-Don't be. You've been extremely helpful.
Actually, there's one more thing you can help me with.
LAUGHTER AND CHATTER
Look who it is! We were worried you'd got lost.
-All right, Bob?
D'you want a drink?
-There's a spare one here if you want it. Gin and tonic.
Slimline tonic, come to think of it.
What's that supposed to mean?
It means you can drink twice as much without getting fat!
Was he trying to be funny?
What? Did youse work this out between youse, did youse?
He didn't mean anything by it, just relax.
Here, Tattie was telling us what a lovely meal you cooked for her.
You just think I'm a big joke, don't you?
-Bob, stop it!
-What are you on about?!
You think I'm just here for your entertainment?!
-Well, this is a birthday party and you are acting like a clown.
-Don't ever laugh at me again!
-Why do you want to ruin my birthday?
-Just leave me alone!
I tried to meet you halfway, but it wasn't enough for you.
If you didn't want me to come out, you should've just said!
Of course I want you to come out!
-I thought it would be good for you.
-I'll decide what's good for me.
Well, if I'd known you were going to embarrass me in front of everyone,
I wouldn't have bothered.
That's all I am, isn't it?
-Just an embarrassment.
Well, who wouldn't be ashamed married to this?
I love you.
I want to be with you until we are old.
You know that's the only reason I want you to lose weight.
I'm so proud you're my husband, I could never be ashamed of you.
Let's go home.
Just you go back to your party. I'm all right.
What are you doing here? What are you doing with him?
-I just wanted to say...
-What have you been saying to him?!
-Look, Angie, I just want to say...
I'm not talking to you, so just you shut your hole!
Angie, I never got the chance to thank you properly
for letting me go that night.
I try not to think about what might have happened if you hadn't.
You might have ended up like me, you mean?
No, I was thinking more like the girl that got murdered.
Angie....when Nicole told me what you did for her,
I realised that I'd got you all wrong.
I am sorry for that, I truly am.
It took real guts.
Something special. I know you would have helped Alicia too if you could.
I know that's the type of person you are.
I know that Sean Kennedy was around when Cameron Tennant was
"looking after you".
Just tell me this, was Cameron passing money to Sean,
money that he earned from you and the other girls?
Have you any idea what happens to folk that grass on Sean Kennedy?
Is that a yes?
Straight to voicemail! Again!
You not going to join us?
-Is, er...is Leyla coming down?
-Aye, she said she was.
-Sorry, no, I'm fine. I'll, er, I'll catch you later.
-Aye, see you later.
OK. ..Aye, same again please. >
I wasn't sure you'd still be here.
Look, I want to apologise for today. I was totally out of line.
Oh, well. That's OK, then.
You were right about going through the files.
Nicole Brodie turned out to be pretty significant.
She saw Sean Kennedy and Cameron Tennant together...
..which made me think I'd better go and try again with Angie.
Cameron Tennant was passing money to Sean Kennedy.
He was working for him, no doubt about it,
which connects Angie to Sean.
And Sean to Alicia.
So supercop let you down?
You know that's a real shame, but some things just aren't meant to be.
D'you know how hard it is to find a decent bunch of flowers at this time of night?
You really expect me to believe you've spent this whole time looking for flowers.
-You've not been home yet either!
-Something came up at work.
-Long story short, I'm back in the boss's good books.
Also, in the spirit of not letting incredible opportunities pass me by,
I was wondering if that offer was still open?
-I can't remember the last time somebody bought me a bunch of flowers.
-DEEK: Still, it's the thought that counts or so they say.
-You're moving out?
-Will's moving in!
-DEEK GULPS AND COUGHS
WILL: Thank you.
I'll pay my way, obviously.
I think he's pleased.
What is it?
I'm not sure.
Listen mate, he's hurt his leg, he'll need a hand at the other end.
-Nobody hears a word of this!
-Look, I told you, it's between you and me.
Call that doctor, will you? Tell him I'll see the specialist.
Where's the money for the gas, and the leccy, and the TV licence
that you've been going to give us for the past four months?
Look, I've told you Raymond is slow at paying, you'll get it.
Hey, good news about Michael and Gabe patching things up.
-Michael's asked him to go and visit.
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