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This is heavy stuff - you shouldn't be bringing it home.
D'you really think I can do this?
It won't be easy, but you owe it to yourself to try.
You need to let her go, Tattie.
Thank you all for coming to my house warming.
It really means a lot to have you all here
in my first proper grown-up house.
Better hurry. Your shift starts in an hour and half.
Sorry, did I wake you?
Not early enough.
I've made some toast and there's some fresh coffee in the...
Tell DCI Donald I'll meet him there.
Uniform have found another body.
Look, I'd better go. I'll see you when I see you.
Did I drag you out of a warm bed?
-I was up already, Sir. Who have we got?
Alone, in this area. Chances are she's a working girl.
She's one of Kennedy's stable. Or was. The girl from the CCTV.
-Look for yourself.
Who found her?
Guy was taking a shortcut and saw the body.
-Do we know the time of death?
-Rigor mortis has set in.
According to the doc, it's been a few hours - midnight,
maybe one o'clock.
-And the MO?
-That's what's worrying me.
-Same as last time?
-Let's not get carried away. Could be she OD'd.
We'll know more after the postmortem.
I know Tattie saw a bit of her.
The nurse from the Health Centre?
Yeah. She was worried about her.
Take it we're going to go and see Tattie?
It's too early in the morning to start knocking on people's doors.
-I know her. I'm sure she'll be fine...
-Remember who's in charge, here, Cooper. Can you manage that?
I want to read the doc's report before I interview anyone.
But Tattie's a witness, not a suspect.
Everyone's a suspect until I eliminate them from my enquiry.
That includes your mates.
Got some gen on Kennedy.
What's new with the King of crime?
Well, I'm heading to his shortly. Wants to meet early.
Breakfast meeting, eh? Talk about going the extra mile.
This is your idea. Think I like working with freaky boy?
Hey, don't talk like that. You're meant to be his best pal.
It's not funny.
Think of it as a learning curve.
That's easy for you to say. You don't have to put up with him.
It's the price you pay for the life you choose.
Rather be driving one of those cabs?
Look. You're doing a good job, son.
We need to know what Kennedy's up to, in case
he's stepping on our toes.
Well, we're supposed to be picking up a load of laptops.
He's punting them to some boys from down south.
Anybody we know?
Some crew from Carlisle. They're driving up to collect them.
Least he's not cutting our grass. Listen, be careful.
If you get a pull, those laptops will have serial numbers on them.
I'll give him his due.
He's not that daft. He's bought them all with a cloned credit card.
By the time anyone knows they're missing, they'll be long gone.
Good. I want you close to him,
but being captured, that's not part of the plan.
Aw, shucks, I didn't know you cared.
That's the lot. Let's get going.
What time we meeting the buyer at?
He's gonnae give us a ring this afternoon.
So why we shifting them now, then?
You think we should meet him here? Good idea?
Next time, instead of calling me, he'll screw the gaff.
I'll ride shotty.
-Right, where're we headed?
-The meet's in Shieldinch,
but we'll drop this lot off at the arcade till the time comes.
You having a giraffe? Lenny will go ballistic.
You need to grow a pair, tell him the score.
Gabes, are you in, or out?
Doc's confirmed the cause of death.
"The victim's hyoid bone was crushed,
"causing the trachea to collapse, resulting in asphyxiation."
By hand or by some other method. It's not clear.
If something was used, it wasn't at the scene.
Could've taken it with them.
-Maybe he or she wanted to keep hold of it, y'know, as a keepsake.
Must be sick.
I think that's a given.
But it's too early to talk serial killers.
All we've got just now is another dead working girl.
You do think it's Kennedy, right?
She would be a top earner. Why kill her?
Well, we know he's violent.
Doesn't make sense.
It's a transitional period.
Maybe examples are being made, stop the workforce going freelance.
The king is dead, long live the king?
Or it could be a rival.
There's more than one pimp in Glasgow.
We can leave Lenny off the list. He's old school.
No civilians and certainly not young girls.
This is all guesswork. We've got nothing to go on.
We've done all we can here.
Time we talked to this Tattie of yours.
Remember, we're dealing with a double homicide,
so don't go giving out unnecessary information.
-I have done this kind of thing before, Sir.
Because I don't want the top brass getting the SP from some news-rag,
before I've handed in my report.
Sorry to disturb you. You know DCI Donald.
Apologies for calling in so early, but I'm afraid we'd no choice.
It's Silvie, isn't it?
All we can say at the moment, officially,
is that we've found the body of a teenage girl.
She took an overdose a few days ago and she nearly died.
Well, there's no "nearly" about it this time.
I need you to identify the body.
He knows who she is.
DC Cooper's ID isn't independent. He's an investigating officer.
Can you not see the state she's in?
This is a murder enquiry.
I can't let sentiment get in the way.
My wife is not going anywhere she doesn't want to go, right?
I'll come with you, Will.
Sure you're up to it?
I have to go, for Silvie's sake.
Meet me at the morgue.
I need to let my work know I'll be late.
Could you drop past and let Dan know?
Aye. Look after her, will you?
We've got a possible ID on that new girl.
Yeah, Cooper's with the witness now, so get everything ready,
we'll be with you in an hour.
So that night was the last time you saw her?
I can't take it in.
Her life had hardly started.
Is there anything else you can remember?
Something you may have forgotten.
Even the tiniest detail can help in this case.
I'm sorry. I never really got to know her.
And now it's too late.
You all right, Tattie? I just heard.
Suppose it was only a matter of time.
She was desperate and we treated her like a leper.
No wonder she ran away.
God alone knows why.
She could have run back to that Sean guy.
Scumbags like him always get a hold of these poor lassies!
The guy that came to my door.
Sean was here?
I tried telling you the other day, no' that you paid any attention.
Told me he was her brother. Brother, my backside.
-That's him there!
I'll no' forget his face in a hurry.
That's the photo you showed Silvie.
Probably heard you were helping her and followed you home from work.
Why didn't you tell me he came to the house?
And start you an' Bob arguing again? Anyway, he went away.
When he arrived at the door, what was his demeanour like?
How'd you mean?
Was he annoyed, angry, aggressive?
No. In fact, he turned on the charm.
But I saw right through him.
So you didn't feel in any way threatened?
Are you kidding?! I sent him away wi' a flea in his ear.
I see. Thanks for your help.
I'd be obliged if you didn't discuss this with anyone.
Don't worry, son. Tattie'll tell you, I'm no' one to gossip.
You've kept pretty quiet so far.
I was trying to keep the peace in my own house.
Is that too much to ask?
Do you think this man...
I don't know! But believe me, I'm going to find out.
Whatever happened to all the hunks we were supposed to meet
on the internet?
Another bright idea bites the dust.
The only guy I'll be meeting's my Dad's accountant
and he's about 100!
Gotta draw a line somewhere.
I just need a wee bit of help with my tax.
Honestly, I'm paying far too much.
Tom's coming in in a wee bit to check the sales.
Why do you not ask him?
Because I need an expert,
not some bean counter to give my books the once-over.
He can give me a once-over any day.
I can see that finishing school's worked wonders for you.
No, seriously. He kens what he's talking about.
Why don't we meet in the Ship, after work, for a drink?
I'm touched by your concern, but honestly, the guy I've got is fine.
I just need a wee chance to work my magic on him.
I'd be happy to give your love-life a boost
but risk my business on that wee prat?
What was that about business?
Whatever it was, it was none of yours.
Good morning to you too(!) S'up with her?
She got out of bed on the wrong side of nobody.
-Speaking of which, how's Billy boy?
-Will is fine.
He was up really early this morning.
-They've found another girl.
I can't say any more, what with Will being on the case an' that.
You know me. I'll no' breathe a word.
Here, Bob! Guess what?!
I forgot about the Health Centre. Back in a minute.
Tom! Everything's ready for you. Just come this way.
Bob, be a darling, and jump on the till
while I take Tom through the back, eh? Tea, coffee?
Subtle as a sledgehammer.
Morning. How're things with Will?
Really great, thanks.
Well, back to the coal face.
-Just this, please.
-That's 45, please, Deek.
-How are you doing anyway? You all right?
-What are you, off your head?
-Sean's got a buyer for them.
He's stashing gear in the arcade, and you think that's not a problem?
He asked me if I could keep them here, till his punter came.
-What could I say?
-What about "no chance!"?
What happened to, "Get in there with him, Gabriel. Be his pal"?
Friends do favours for each other!
Look, will you just relax? We're no' gonnae get turned over.
Nobody even knows they're missing yet.
I'll be expecting a taste.
It's a crying' shame, hen.
My heart goes out to her,
but you've got your own family to think of.
So, we forget she ever existed?
I never said that, and that poor lassie,
she's past helping now, God rest her.
And that's it?
If she'd said she was in danger, I'd have got the police there an' then.
Tattie, look, there's only so much you can do for some folk,
and after that they've got to help themselves.
I've got to go to work.
Look. You'd be better to have a wee lie down.
You've been through a lot the day.
Bob's already said I'll be in. Anyway, I'd rather keep busy.
Fine, thank you, I'll see you then. Bye.
Only two hours late, Tattie. Well done.
-But you know where I was?
-Sorry, no time for chit-chat.
Mr Fairfax, would you like to come through?
This is good work, Cooper.
I got lucky, Sir.
No, no, credit where credit's due. Good idea, taking the witness home.
It's my job, isn't it?
Seems your softly, softly approach produced results.
Perhaps I'll have to get in touch with my feminine side.
So, what now, Sir?
Kennedy's dangerous, but as far as we know,
he doesn't gets his hands dirty. So it's unlikely he offed the girl.
Odds are he got someone else to top her.
Maybe it was personal.
After showing his face at the O'Hara house, why risk it?
Getting his rocks off? Good luck proving that as a motive.
Can't we just bring him in? See what he has to say?
On what charge? Ringing a doorbell? He didn't even run away.
We could just ask him what he was doing there.
Yeah, and he's sure to tell us(!)
So, what are we going to do, just sit on our hands?
Ever read any books about the Mafia?
Or are you more of a Mills and Boon man?
I'm not much of a reader, Sir.
There's an old Sicilian saying, "My enemy's enemy is my friend".
Get your jacket and come with me.
Times must be tough if you lot are looking for taxis?
Very droll. I wanted a word.
Will I call my lawyer now, or are you two leaving?
We can dance around, cracking jokes, or I can cut to the chase.
The floor's yours, Detective Chief Inspector.
Another girl's been murdered!
And this concerns me how?
We believe someone's flexing their muscles.
Is that an accusation?!
If it was, we'd be having this conversation somewhere else, wouldn't we?
I don't deal in flesh. Never have, never will.
But we both know who has.
You'll need a medium to talk to him.
Not McCabe. Kennedy!
Why pay me a visit?
He was looking for the girl, not long before she died.
-Last I heard, that's not a crime.
-That's the problem.
Call this cutting to the chase?
I need your help.
Hope you're listening to this.
Look, Lenny, we'll never gonnae be best mates.
In fact, you know, I dream of the day I see you behind bars,
but these bodies are starting to pile up.
Look, I want Kennedy, but I've no reason to bring him in.
Life's a bitch, then you die.
You know, the last time I saw him,
he and Brodie were driving a van to your arcade.
Yeah, that's right, that must be the new bandits I ordered.
Forgot you two were such pals(!)
Interested to see what licensing would make of the type of person you allow on the premises.
You came after me before. I'm still here.
Anything you can do would strictly be between us.
Yeah, like you lot are ever off duty.
True. And every cop will be checking tyres, MOTs and brake lights till we find this scumbag.
You're a dad.
Ask yourself, how would you feel if one of those girls had been Amber?
D'you really think that Amber shot him?
She claims she pulled the trigger, but Lenny was behind it.
Something went wrong, somewhere.
So he let his own daughter take the fall?
He did everything he could to stop it. Even confessed to me.
He was desperate to go down, but she was determined he wouldn't.
So if he confessed to you, why didn't you charge him?
There was no point.
She'd already admitted to it, all the forensics pointed to her.
He'd have done anything to take the rap.
It broke his poor wee heart.
So, he does have one, then.
Lenny Murdoch's a lot of things, but he's no coward,
and he's got his own code of sorts.
Is that why you didn't put him in the frame for these murders?
And why I played the Amber card.
All these girls have got a father somewhere.
Is that the only reason, Sir?
What're you getting at, Constable?
Well, when you reached out to him, he didn't give you a flat "no" so...
Don't get your hopes up. This man owes me no favours.
What is between you and him anyway?
Nothing a life sentence wouldn't fix.
Have you got some work to do?
Kennedy with you?
'Good. Tell him I want his stuff out of there, pronto!'
Look, Lenny, we've been over this. It'll be gone by this afternoon.
'We could get a spin any time.'
The two of you, get the laptops out of there, now!
Your boss has lost his bottle.
Look, he's just being cautious.
And, for the record, me and him are partners.
Then why are we humping this lot back into the van?
Look, we'll just park up until it's time for the meet, all right?
Gabes. Lenny's past his sell-by date.
McCabe's out the game, a gap's opened up
and we're the ones to fill it.
-Maybe you're right.
-There's no maybe about it.
Who's gonnae stop us anyway - old man Murdoch?
What's this ?!
-Police. Get out of the van!
-Do it, now!
Donald must've clocked us this morning!
Right, let's have a look in the back, shall we? Keys!
-Where's your warrant?
-We've got a crowbar. Keys?
-You heard him.
I take it you've a receipt for these.
What's the charges?
I'm detaining you under
section 14 of the Criminal Procedure Scotland Act.
You do not have to say anything but it may harm your defence
if you fail to mention, when questioned,
something you later rely on in court.
What's this about?
Anything you do say may be given in evidence. Do you understand?
Do you understand? Take them away.
-Are you saying that gear's dodgy?!
What's going' on here? Gabriel, you all right?
-Nothing to do with you, Murdoch.
-Where're you taking him?
Disneyland(!) Where d'you think?
Gonnae you do something about this?!
I'll call my lawyer.
Take this van to the station.
What are you waiting for? Come on.
Hamish? It's Lenny. Gabriel's just been lifted.
Yeah, here's what I want you to do...
Tell me when Lenny's lawyer gets here, will you?
Hamish Johnston, right?
-He's on the golf course.
I called his office personally.
Put Brodie in the cells, till his brief reaches the 19th.
Don't waste your minutes on me. I don't need a lawyer.
Take him to an interview room.
This isn't going to take long.
I've got a date lined up and I'm feeling lucky.
-Well, your luck's running out, Kennedy.
-Well done today.
-Thank you, Sir.
Hadn't realised you could be quite so...physical.
I suppose you lot like to hit the gym, don't you?
Get all buffed up.
Relax, you're not my type.
A word of warning.
Next time you bang someone's head off a door,
don't do it in a public place,
don't do it obviously, and don't do it when I'm there. OK!?
You may not care about your pension, Cooper, but I'd like to hang on to mine.
For the record, you waived your right to have a lawyer, correct?
My heart's an open book. There's no secrets in my closet.
Where did you get the laptops?
First time I saw them was when you opened the van.
It's your van.
You were there, the door was unlocked.
So, your defence is, while your back was turned,
somebody put 20 boxes of laptops in your vehicle?
I parked my van at the arcade
and went for breakfast with Gabriel Brodie.
I'd things to do.
-That's my business.
After you'd finished your business?
I got back, Gabes asked to borrow the van.
So, you're blaming Brodie? He'll be pleased to hear that.
I'm not blaming anyone.
I don't know who put the dodgy laptops in the back of my van.
Where was Brodie taking the van?
Ask Gabes. You lot arrested me before we could sort it out.
Where was your van this morning?
-Outside my flat.
-And last night?
-How about you?
Went into town for a bit.
You just said you parked your van.
There's these things, they're called taxis.
-Whereabouts did you go?
-Went to... few pubs, clubs.
Does this really matter?
We'll ask the questions. Where were you around midnight last night?
What's this got to do with anything?
-Let's get back to the laptops, shall we?
Do you know a girl called Silvie?
That's it. No comment!
OK, let's take a break for five minutes.
This is DCI Donald suspending the interview with Sean Kennedy at 13.42 hours.
I want an answer, Kennedy!
I'd like a word. Now!
Get my lawyer, please.
-Have you lost the plot, Cooper?!
-Don't "Sir" me!
We could've held that dirt-bag all day,
-now he's screaming for his brief!
-The whole point of pulling him in was to ask about the girl.
We had 12 hours to do that!
You had to go straight for goal.
We were getting nowhere, Sir.
Thanks to you, that's exactly where we've ended up!
You won't stop butting in!
I let it go with Lenny, but you can't play good cop, bad cop when there's a tape machine running!
Well done, this is going to look great on your record.
Really. Go. Get the case file, finish the interview.
Get on with your work.
Here comes trouble.
You missed all the action. Gabriel and another guy just got lifted.
-When was this?
-'Bout ten minutes ago.
Your Will was one of the coppers.
-D'you think it's got something to do with that girl?
They found another dead lassie.
What a shame. That's terrible.
-Oh, keep that to yourself by the way.
-Aye. Just like you did.
How'd you get on with that accountant?
Don't. He was like something out of the Dark Ages.
I hate to say, I told you. Good job Tom's still here.
Thanks, but no thanks.
Sure he'd be happy to help.
-I don't want his advice.
-What about what I want?
-I'd say that's fairly obvious.
-So much for pals!
The lengths she would go to to get her man.
That one could teach the Mounties a trick or two.
-That's me finished.
-What's the verdict?
-Good. Sales are up, which is saying something in this climate.
-Well, mind and tell the bosses that.
-You'll get a glowing report.
Better make a move, I suppose.
Actually, I was wondering if I could ask a wee favour?
Well, it's no' for me actually, it's for a pal of mine.
Sure. If I can.
She's having some problems with her tax.
She's needing some advice, but she's a wee bit embarrassed to ask.
Well, it'd have to be out of hours. I've got another shop to visit.
That's fine. We could meet in the Ship, once you've finished.
-I'll just phone her and let her know.
-Well, I'll see you later.
Hayley, it's me.
Listen, how do you fancy a wee drink after work tonight?
Just you, me and Robbie?
I'm Mark Dolan, Mr Kennedy's solicitor.
I'm DC Cooper. Sorry to keep you waiting.
We had some checking to do.
According to the police computer,
the van you were stopped in is registered to a Mrs Kennedy.
Mums, eh? What would we do without them?
We'll be impounding the vehicle, pending further enquiries.
Knock yourself out.
-And these enquiries relate to?
-The computers found in the back.
-I trust they're restricted to that.
-Has your client something to hide?
I'm here to give advice, not answer your questions.
You just did.
You claim that Gabriel Brodie was borrowing your van
-when we stopped you.
-Did you give anyone else a lift recently?
-Don't answer that question!
-What about last night?
-Don't answer that either!
If someone claims they saw you give a girl a lift last night...
-My client makes no comment!
-A girl that later turned up dead!
I don't know anything about any dead tart.
I didn't say anything about a tart.
This makes it pretty clear.
Did you know her?
This is ridiculous. You're on a fishing expedition.
We just thought, as a concerned citizen,
your client may be able to help us.
Wish I could.
My heart goes out to all those poor wee lassies,
risking their lives for a tenner bag.
Same wi' all they wee rent boys as well,
but then you'd know all about them, wouldn't you?
-I'll ask you again...
-My client has nothing to add!
Either charge him, release him or get your boss in here!
You're free to go. For now.
I'll wait for you outside.
Get him out of here. And Brodie too.
MAKES KISSING NOISES
Like you said. Nothing.
But he knows.
I can feel it.
Intuition and conviction are two different things.
Y'know, bank robbers, drug dealers, those guys I understand,
but killing helpless girls?
What kind of animal does that!?
You'll lose focus if you keep taking things personally.
What other way is there, sir?
Whoever did this has got to pay.
Part of this job is learning that sometimes the bad guys get away.
Not this time.
You're out. Good.
-I could do with a shower. Those cells were bogging.
You were only in for a couple of hours.
Aye, an' after all that, they never came near me.
Funnily enough, neither did my brief. Too busy on the golf course.
Aye, well, I told Hamish not to bother.
-That was part of the plan?
I told the cops about the laptops.
You made me part of a plan!?
Why are you getting so worked up?
-Maybe it's because I'm your partner and I got my collar felt!
-It was just business.
-Oh, that's all right, then(!)
What happened to "getting captured's not part of the plan"?
Things changed. They're not after you. They're looking at Kennedy.
He's in the frame for those two lassies.
Have they got evidence?
If Donald's got him in his sights,
I'm pretty sure he'll supply his own.
Thought you hated the polis.
I don't need to like them. If they're away looking at him, they're not breathing down my neck.
So what happened to honour amongst thieves?
Don't lecture me on the criminal code, son. The guy's scum.
So what was I exactly? Collateral damage?
Will you grab a hankie and get over it. You were banged up for a couple of hours!
-You could've gave me the nod.
It had to look real, otherwise Kennedy would have sussed.
You two getting nicked together,
that'll bring you even closer to him.
We've got him exactly where we want him.
You had this planned all along, didn't you?
It was kind of spur of the moment.
Oh, I forgot. You're a spontaneous kind of guy(!)
Donald had me backed into a corner.
All I done was turn it to our advantage.
You mean your advantage.
Like you say, we're partners.
C'mon. I'll buy you lunch out of my share.
Share of what?
Did I not say? We got the laptops back.
That was part of the deal as well.
D'you always lure men into dark alleyways
or could you just no' resist me?
Tattie, these bloods were for the lab.
-I'll take care of it.
-It's not going to get them back by tomorrow, is it?
Sorry. My mistake.
Tattie, I've been up to my eyes. This isn't like you.
I said, I'm sorry. But you know where I was earlier.
Now you come to mention it, no, I don't!
-Bob told you where I'd been.
-He didn't speak to anybody here.
Look, if you slept in, you slept in. We're all human.
I was at the morgue, identifying a body.
I... I didn't know that.
Let me deal with my next few patients and we'll talk later.
Make that a lot later!
Take a seat, gents.
I've a call to make and then I'll be right back.
Oh, aye, he's got to order in the coffee
and doughnuts before he deals with us.
Really important stuff, you know.
I'm conducting two murder enquiries at the moment.
You'll appreciate we're rather busy.
I quite understand, Detective Inspector.
You're my lawyer. I don't pay you to get cosy with that lot.
Being a wide boy won't do you any good.
-You're meant to be the innocent victim in all this.
Well, act like it, and not some ned.
I don't know why you're bothering with this anyway.
You've skeletons in the cupboard you don't want airing.
The less time you spend in places like this, the better.
I'm making an official complaint.
I want it all written down so that I can sue him.
-I want to make some money out of this.
There'd have to be a conviction, before compensation is considered.
You've no corroboration an assault took place, never mind by whom.
Police brutality, have you seen this?
Could be self-inflicted. Anyway, there's nothing to point to who assaulted you.
Whose side are you on, Mark?
I'm being realistic.
The cops investigate these complaints internally.
It looks like I'm gonnae have to take things into my own hands then.
Don't be ridiculous. They're the biggest gang in town.
Your life wouldn't be worth living.
Whatever happens, Cooper's going to suffer for this.
What's keeping Donald? I've not got all day.
Maybe he's clocked my coupon, he'll be away to find out what happened.
If he does, he'll cover for Cooper and close ranks.
I doubt it.
Something tells me DC Cooper isn't exactly flavour of the month.
How's my girl?
-You all right?
I ask you to do one thing.
Dan hadn't a clue where I'd been!
I meant to go round, but Tom came in and it went out my head...
Shows how much you care! No wonder Silvie thought she wasn't wanted!
That's not fair. We hardly knew the lassie.
We knew she was frightened.
We knew she had nobody else to turn to!
-Leave me alone!
I never sold her drugs or put her on the game!
Don't talk like that. She's dead!
And that's terrible, but I never killed her. None of us did.
She was still someone's daughter.
You don't understand!
Oh, right, because I've never had my own kids,
I don't know how a father feels?
Is that what you're saying?
I'm glad your client's going through the proper channels,
-rather than taking matters into his own hands.
-An' get fitted up!
You kiddin' me?
However, he's not seriously suggesting
he was attacked by one of my men?
He's not suggesting anything, he's making a complaint.
-He beat the crap out of me!
-Did he actually see his assailant?
It was Cooper. He used a baton on me!
Anyone can buy these night-sticks online now.
It was your side-kick, and you know it!
Identification's always a tricky business.
We'd a terrible job this morning with a young girl we found.
I've told you, it was Cooper!
That's impossible. He was in the station all afternoon.
That's a lie. This is a cover-up!
Look, I'm happy to note your client's complaint...
..but ask yourself -
who's going to be believed? Me?
-Hiya, all right?
-What a day! I could murder a drink.
-Did you get any news on Gabriel?
-No, I haven't heard anything yet.
Hi, Tom. Look who it is?
Iona said her friend wanted some advice, she didn't say who it was.
That's Iona for you. Always thinking of others.
I'll get the drinks in and we can have a chat.
Honestly, you don't need to.
Two vodka and Cokes would be lovely.
You couldn't help yourself, could you?!
You know me, always thinking of others.
No, not so you'd notice anyway. I'm just trying to collate matters.
So, where've you been?
Just went back to the crime scene. Make sure we didn't miss anything.
Tell you what would've been a better one.
Not kicking seven shades out of our chief suspect!
-I don't know what you mean.
-Don't take me for an idiot.
Kennedy and his lawyer have just been in to see me.
-You put this whole operation in jeopardy,
and you put your job on the line.
-Not to mention my reputation.
-He's lying, sir. I didn't touch him.
Oh, well, then we're looking for a mugger that didn't steal anything,
with black shoes and a baton!
If I had any sense, you'd be on a charge.
-As it is, I gave you an alibi, said you were in the station all afternoon.
-Thank you, Sir.
Don't thank me. I warned you, you took no notice.
Seems your lot can't control their emotions.
I've handed out a bit, but behind closed doors.
-Beating up a man in public?
-It won't happen again.
You're right it won't.
You're actually a good cop, your heart's in the right place,
but I can't take the risk.
Sorry, Cooper, you're off the case.
-You can't do that, Sir!
There's a couple of things you could do. Have you thought about becoming a limited company?
-There go my partnership prospects.
You'd pay corporation tax at a flat rate,
plus you can take director's loans, you can pay out dividends...
-I like being my own boss.
-Dictator, more like!
Maybe I could pop over next week and have a look at the books?
They're at my accountant's.
Maybe when you get them back?
Another drink, Tom? Robbie, birl up to the bar.
So I willnae. Anyway, I'm going home.
Wait, why don't we get a carry-out and take it back to your bit?
-Whatever - I'm easy.
-Get that down you.
-Sorry. I'm, eh, meeting a colleague.
Well, come after. All work and no play.
-I've got to be up early.
-I've got an alarm clock.
You heard the man. He's busy.
You no' got customers to look after?
That's what I'm doing. Join me at the bar for one.
-Just till your colleague gets arrives.
Never mind. I'm sure I'll see you soon.
I can always spot a man in distress.
-Thanks for your help.
So, what d'you know about VAT?
-Here we go, ladies.
So, it's a shame Tom had a colleague to meet.
You think he made it up?
-You were hovering like a hawk. He had to say something.
Who cares? You can do a lot better than him anyway.
Do you not think he's fit?
Suppose he's all right. But it's what inside that counts.
What a load of guff!
He's a nice guy. He agreed to help you out.
How many times? I don't need his help.
Saw you in action earlier.
Why don't you grab a beer and tell us all about it?
-What was that all about?
-You wanting us to go.
-Don't be daft.
No, Hayley's right, maybe we should.
I'm away to get some more wine, before the shop shuts.
-I think I'll finish this.
Suit yourself. Bye, Roberto.
It was good of you to call.
I keep thinking if I'd done this or that, things may've been different.
Define "this or that".
I don't know.
Stop beating yourself up. You did everything possible.
Wish I could say the same.
Now who's beating themselves up?
You don't even know if that guy's got anything to do with it.
We had to let him go.
Time I took my own advice.
I'd better be going.
Thanks for the drink.
No problem. Take it easy. And remember, talk to Bob, yeah?
-I'll get that.
I saw the paper. I'm so sorry.
It's all right. It's me who should apologise. I thought Bob told you.
It doesn't matter now. Poor girl. Had her whole life in front of her.
I'll have a whisky. And whatever my partner here's having.
PHONE RINGS Bottle of beer please, Raymond.
Is that right?
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy!
Seems somebody's given our friend Kennedy a severe kicking.
Got a face like a pound of mince.
-When was this?
-Some lassies found him in an alley, across the road.
-Don't look at me.
Put it down to the headless horseman.
Whoever it was, here's to him.
He'll have lie low for a bit, now that the polis
have put him in the frame for that lassie.
Just my heel.
What a state to get yourself into.
I'm not drunk, not yet.
Why don't I walk you home?
Thought you were meeting a colleague?
-He eh, he cancelled.
-Great. C'mon, I'll buy you a drink.
Thanks, but I should get going.
Kid on I'm your colleague. That way it'll all be strictly confidential.
Gone to Scarlett's.
I'm sorry about before, Bob.
I know how much you care about our family.
Course I do.
But why have a go at me in the first place?
I suppose I just needed to take it out on someone.
Fair enough. Why does that someone always have to be me?
So, you're back.
They've gone. Things went downhill after your strong, silent routine.
I'm not psychic. If you don't tell me, I can't help.
Who says I need any?
Talk to me.
-Donald took me off the case.
-Why? What did you do?
-He must have had some reason.
-Then he's keeping it to himself.
Iona said she saw you two arresting Gabriel and another guy?
Detained. But we were only interested in Kennedy.
-He clammed up, we got nowhere.
-That's hardly your fault.
Tell Donald that.
He's just angry we made no progress on the case, and dropped me.
Probably put me on something vital like litter duty!
Or did he expect you to beat a confession out of him?
The man's got no respect for anyone.
Talks about those girls being offed like they're pieces of meat.
Have we got any beer, or did your friends drink it all?
Manage to find one?
Look, if I had known what happened,
I wouldn't have had anybody round, I'm sorry.
I'm happy here.
Well, I'm not.
Did you...manage to speak to Donald again, later?
Yeah, but makes no difference. He's got it in for me, big time.
Drop it, Robbie. Wish I hadn't mentioned it now.
I'm glad you did. You've got to stand up for yourself.
Tell the Super, see how Donald likes it!
Better still, I could get my mum to send me in with a note.
It wasn't a great idea, I suppose.
You know, you can talk to me about anything.
Still. there's nothing else I can do now. I've got to bite the bullet.
Let's go to bed.
I could see us in something like that one day.
Mortgaged up to the eyeballs, 2.4 dogs.
You'd have to marry me first.
First decent relationship I've had, and I've cursed it.
-You've only been together a few weeks.
You step out of line again, you'll be lucky to get a job in security.
Something's burning in there! It's Gabriel!
If we'd done more, she might still be alive.
And bringing god knows what trouble into our house!
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