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Lenny Murdoch has MS.
I'd like to think we know each other well enough to do a deal.
This stays in here.
Do you like me?
I give you information on some criminal activities,
you turn a blind eye to mine.
-Sir, it's me again.
I've been here for over two hours and I haven't seen a thing.
-Well, it's early doors.
-'You're not kidding.'
-What's that supposed to mean?
Do you still think you're on your holidays, DC Cooper?
-Just get on with it, yeah?
No turned up yet? Don't worry, they'll be there.
Once your goon's arrested they clowns,
it'll be your turn to reciprocate.
Let me make this clear, it's not turn about.
I scratch your back, you scratch my back,
that's the way it's supposed to work.
I need to be getting back.
So I'm all right for that job today, then?
It's as good a day as any.
Half the force are on a course for the Commonwealth Games.
Ah, now there's what I call proper policing.
Don't push it.
And if any of my men get caught, just ask for you, eh?
Make sure they don't get caught.
Nobody makes a move till I say.
OK...go, go, go!
I haven't done anything!
Why are you running, then, eh?
Just as your intel said, sir, a bunch of stolen flat-screen TVs.
Good work, Cooper. See? Good things DO come to those who wait.
-I do hope so.
Are those the Department stats?
I heard there's been a marked improvement in the clear-up rate
-since I've been away.
-Well, let's not rest on our laurels, yeah?
I don't want to hear excuses, DCI Duffy.
What's she doing? She never comes down here.
She was on the panel that appointed me to this job, sir.
Why doesn't THAT surprise me?
I need to go. I want a report on my desk tomorrow morning - got that?
And DC Cooper, nice to see you again.
-Nice to see you too, Ma'am.
-To what do we owe the pleasure?
-Is there somewhere we can have a chat?
-My office, if that's OK.
-Can I get you anything - tea, coffee?
-I'd prefer just to get on, if it's all the same to you.
-Fine by me.
If you just fill in that charge sheet, DC Cooper,
-I'll be along shortly.
-If you just want to follow me, Ma'am.
Would you like to explain to me what you were doing
with a bunch of knocked-off flat-screen TVs this morning?
-Why did you take them to the lock-up?
You're not helping your case much here, are you?
You arrived in the van, you opened the lock-up
and you handled stolen goods.
It's not looking good for you, is it, Jamie?
You'll get bored of this way before I do.
I can take all day if you like.
For the benefit of the tape, this is DC Cooper taking a break at 8:15am.
How are you settling in to your new post?
Do you mind if I make a suggestion?
Of course not.
Could we bypass the 15 minutes of small talk
and just get to the point?
Suits me fine.
I'm here to carry out your annual appraisal.
I thought that was all done online now?
I prefer do to it face to face.
-It means I can also speak to your colleagues while I'm here.
The results you've been having here make for impressive reading.
What do you put it down to?
Er, hard work, good intel and a fair slice of luck.
Can you be more specific?
We have a good team here.
And how do you see YOUR role in the team?
Just part of it, like everybody else.
A good team needs a good leader.
I'd agree with that.
And you've been leading this one very well.
The intel you've been receiving seems to be incredibly accurate -
any explanation for that?
We've built up relationships over a number of years,
so there's a familiarity now - trust, even.
What do your informants get out of it?
It varies, from reward money to easing their conscience
to just good citizenship.
Well, I'll start by reading some of your reports.
We can do the appraisal later this afternoon, if you're free?
Fine. Just let me know if I can be of any assistance.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Ma'am. Sir, there's a gentleman here to record your radio interview.
What radio interview?
I organised it -
-just a few soundbites about the station's recent successes.
Look, is this necessary? I have other things to be getting on with.
Good PR is always important, wouldn't you say?
How do you find working under him? From what I hear,
he's not exactly everyone's cup of tea.
He can be a bit direct, but he's a good policeman.
I can learn a lot from him.
That's good to know. He certainly gets results.
It was his intel that led to the two arrests this morning.
OK, I get the message.
Keep up the good work. I've got high hopes for you.
Thank you, Ma'am.
I told him to keep his head down till I gave him the word.
Hey, if he had a brain, he'd be dangerous.
No. No, leave it with me. I'll sort it.
ON RADIO: 'Hard work, reliable intelligence
'and good old-fashioned luck
'have all played their part in our recent successes...'
Luck's got nothing to do with it, pal.
'As ever, we appreciate members of the public coming forward
'with any information...'
You handled your radio interview well.
Just cos I have to do radio interviews
doesn't mean I have to listen to them.
Well, as long as you CAN do them.
A modern force needs forward-thinking
Any force still needs to get results, in my opinion.
I totally agree,
but how they're achieved has to be absolutely transparent.
Why wouldn't it be?
I'm just saying it's good to be clear.
I prefer to put criminals behind bars, not in the mortuary.
What are you inferring, Ma'am?
Well, I'd just like to point out that it doesn't look good
with bodies piling up.
This business with Sean Kennedy? Or the Tony Reid case?
It's all in the files.
Sometimes...these things just happen.
You should be aware, it doesn't look good for the division.
Speaking of Sean Kennedy,
the file doesn't seem to be among these recent cases I've been given.
It should be in the main office. Let me get it for you.
You finished with Allinson yet?
No, I'm still working him, sir. Something just doesn't smell right.
I'm just getting a copy of his record now.
What was Superintendent Cole talking to you about earlier?
She was just asking me how I was getting on,
if I was fitting in OK, stuff like that.
Did she ask about me?
Only if I enjoyed working with you, sir.
Look, this appraisal's weaving a bit off track.
She asked to see the Sean Kennedy file.
Why? What's she looking for?
Whatever happens, we need to stick to what's in the report.
-Do you understand?
You've got more than a few stolen TVs to worry about.
# Home again, home again
# One day I know I'll feel home again
# Home again, home again
# One day I know I'll feel strong again
# And lift my head
# Many times I've been told
# All this talk will make you old
# So I'll close my eyes... #
Here, a coffee always gets you going.
-I don't want a coffee.
-I wasn't asking.
I didn't hear you getting up this morning.
I couldn't sleep.
You've only been on your medication a week - just get used to it.
Every time I shut my eyes, I see Deek.
He asked me to hold his hand - I just cannae get that out my heid.
And you did. Thank God you were there.
He was scared. It's like he knew what was about to happen.
That's the depression making you think like that.
He was alone, and I didn't help.
There's nothing more you could have done.
Doesn't matter who's there or who's holding you.
When you go...you're on your own.
Don't say that.
I'll be fine.
I'm gonnae go to work, I'll see you tonight.
Excuse me, Raymond, can I see if I've left my purse there?
This place is like Sauchiehall Street on a Friday night.
Oh! What are YOU doing?
-You can't put your drawers there.
-But the tumble dryer's full.
-I don't care.
-Where am I supposed to dry my undergarments?
No' in the living room!
Nobody else is bothered.
Look...I don't mind you staying here till you get somewhere else,
but you can't...
Aw, forget it.
-YOU could always...
Well, I mean, does it no' seem a bit daft you taking up a bed here,
when you've got plenty above the pub?
Can you not sleep in your own bed?
The place has just been redecorated. I'm allergic to the smell of paint.
Why am I explaining myself to you, anyway?
I've got people coming to look at this flat. Get it tidied up!
Who stole HIS scone?
He's been very kind letting us stay here, Molly.
Let's not annoy him any more than we have to.
Is that right? You heard him, he's got folk coming to see the flat -
what if one of them wants to buy it? Where do we go THEN?
A wee bit of a mess might put them off.
You get off to work, and I'll tidy up.
In fact, I might just stick a rotten kipper behind the radiator.
Come on, Molly.
-Hi, Alice, it's me.
I wondered if you wanted to come over to the flat?
I'm in on my own.
Well, I've got to work for a bit first. I'm just waiting for Bob now.
But I could try and get away a little bit earlier.
OK, see you in a bit.
Sorry I'm late.
Are you all right?
Can I possibly take an early lunch and I'll just work later?
Fine by me.
Ever thought about changing career, Jamie?
You're not very good at it, are you?
OK, I did it, all right?
Get it over with, I'll be on my way.
Finally decided to speak, have we?
According to this, you've only been out a month.
I know. What was I thinking?
You must like it in here.
I did it, and I've admitted I did it - what's the problem?
It says here you were released early on compassionate grounds.
How is your wife?
Leave my wife out of it.
The thing is, confessing to this
isn't going to help her much, is it, Jamie?
-I'm helping her as much as I can.
-I don't know.
Don't think you're doing a very good job myself.
Gonnae just charge me and let me out of here?
See, the thing is,
there's something about this that just doesn't sit right.
-Come on, who are you working for, Jamie?
Can you explain why you made so many calls to Amber Cabs yesterday?
Needed a taxi.
Or maybe you know the owner, Lenny Murdoch?
I've got someplace I need to be. Can we not wrap this up?
Let's go back to the start, shall we?
..which is not what he had in mind at all!
I can't talk now.
Yeah? I heard you on the radio, there, blowing your own trumpet.
Very good. I don't have time for this.
Yeah? Well, make time.
One of the guys that got picked up this morning was a Jamie Allinson.
-Well, he was a total clown for getting involved in that job.
'But I need him for this afternoon.'
I can't help you.
He's my alarm man, I need him.
So why don't you stop polishing your badges
'and fulfil your side of the deal?'
Leave it with me, I'll get back to you.
-It'd be useful to prioritise these files.
I'm really only interested in recent cases.
No problem. Detective, can you sort out the Superintendent
-with whatever she needs?
-Thanks. Excuse me.
POP MUSIC PLAYS
Hi. I tried to phone earlier to see if I could come over,
-but you were engaged.
-What can we do for you?
-Are the boys at school?
-No, not yet. They've got first period off. They're just heading out
-Why did you want to see the boys?
-I was wondering if I could take them out tonight?
What's this? Boys only, is it?
-Sorry, Nic, I didn't think you'd want to come.
I don't. Anyway, I might be doing something with Stevie tonight.
-How you doing?
Where did you want to take them?
I hadn't really decided. Thought I'd leave it down to them.
-Would you like to go out tonight?
-Anywhere you fancy.
There's this new indoor go-karting place in Mossgreen?
-Supposed to be excellent.
-It is a school night, so not too late.
-We're no' kids.
When do you want them for?
-Just give me a shout when you're ready.
-Any time after half-four.
Half-four it is.
-Cool. See you.
Thanks for this. I really appreciate it.
Where are you going? Coffee's just made.
And if they crash the cars, I don't want to know.
-KNOCK AT DOOR
-You wanted to see me, sir?
Yeah, Jamie Allinson. Release him, let him go.
I'm going to hold on to him.
He's admitting things he hasn't done,
desperate to be somewhere else.
He's admitted to handling stolen goods. Charge him and release him.
Let me keep at him a little bit longer,
-I think he might be connected to Lenny Murdoch...
-What about this don't you understand?!
You're not the jury or the judge, just do your job.
Hey, listen, I don't want any problems, all right?
Because this is the only day we get a chance to do it.
All right, boys?
That's some mates you've got there.
What can I say? I'm a popular guy.
Listen, I need you to do me a favour.
-What kind of favour?
-Go and pick up Jamie Allinson for me.
-Are we going to go through this
-every time I ask you to do something?
It's a matter of trust - either you do it or you don't!
-Where is he?
Guys, can you do me a favour? When the DCI's finished,
can you tell him I released Jamie Allinson and I'm heading home?
Right, take your truck to the location. We're going ahead.
-Are you OK?
-You're not regretting anything, are you?
No. I just want to be honest with you, no lies, no secrets.
I'm not used to this, I don't know what to say.
I wish we were on a desert island.
Because then we could be on our own, nobody to see us, nobody to say anything.
See, that's where we're different, cos I want everyone to see us.
I didn't mean anything bad.
I know. I know.
-Don't worry about that, that's a combi boiler - almost new.
Oh! Afternoon, ladies.
We'll just get out of your way.
All right. See you later.
See you later.
Yeah, so property around here's selling pretty well,
so I wouldn't hang about, if I was you.
Oh, my God! Ten more minutes, ten more minutes,
-and Raymond would have caught us.
-But he didn't, though, did he?
What would he have said?
Does it matter? He didn't catch us,
he knows nothing. The only two who know what happened is you and me.
This is ridiculous! Why are we here, hiding away from everyone?
Because we nearly got caught.
You should just be open about it, then you wouldn't feel like this.
I would have died if he'd caught us.
You were the one who was talking about no secrets and no lies
when we were in the flat.
I don't want everybody whispering about us. This is so confusing.
You weren't confused when you kissed me.
So one minute we're together, and the next we can't even touch?
I need to get back to the garage.
You could be doing 18 months - for what?
A few flat-screens, eh? Come on, tell me,
-why should I give you this gig?
-I'm desperate for the money,
so don't pull that on me.
You do this job, won't have to worry about that for a while.
You installed the alarm, just un-install it.
That's specialist work - I want eight grand.
I'm trying to do you a favour here, you don't get to call the shots.
-Away you go!
-I need that money.
Do you realise how much hassle you've caused me today already?
Five-and-a-half. But if I hear you moan once more, I'll get them
to put you back in jail.
-Look at you! You look great.
-I FEEL great.
Look, Charlene, I still feel terrible for what I put you through.
Don't! I put myself through it, you were just there.
I just wish none of it had happened.
Well, it did, and there's nothing we can do about it.
So, you still at your sister's?
-Aye, she's looking after me.
-It's about time somebody did.
And Tatiana here, she's been brilliant.
You broke a curfew and got arrested for me.
I'll never forget that.
Whether you know it or not, your help did make a difference.
So what brings you back here?
-Oh, we need to go, Charlene.
-They'll be waiting for us.
Why don't you come with us and see?
Look, don't worry, I know you're a busy man.
Look, course I'll come.
So, if we could spend some time going through this case,
it would help to clear up some questions.
Of course. How can I be of assistance?
There's a statement I read by a...Steven Burns.
He put Tony Reid at the scene of Kennedy's murder?
If you had a signed witness statement to that effect,
how was it possible for Kennedy's father
to murder Tony Reid before you could pick him up?
Tony Reid made a career of not being found. We tried everything.
Billy Kennedy found him all right.
Maybe he knew where to look, Ma'am.
Maybe he was tipped off.
With all this activity going on in the neighbourhood,
where was Lenny Murdoch in the mix?
Can I ask, what has this got to do with my appraisal?
Just like to make sure I get the full picture, that's all.
-Excuse me, I need to take that.
-Hi, it's me. You must be busy.
'Rushed off my feet.'
Just wanted to let you know in advance, I don't know
what time I'll get back tonight, so don't make me anything.
What happened to all those promises you made on honeymoon - work won't come first?
I know, I'm sorry, it's really important.
I'm winding you up. I can bear to live without you for a few hours.
All right. I'll make it up to you, I promise.
Right, what are we going for?
I had to pull all sorts to even get them to come down here.
Without the facility of the bus, it's difficult.
Hey, you're doing well. Some of those girls would cut you as quick as look at you.
But you can see a difference in Charlene?
Night and day.
If it can happen to her, maybe it could happen to others.
I wouldn't hold my breath.
I won't be able to even try any more.
What do you mean?
I had to beg to get the use of this place - it's for one time only.
What about your bus?
We ran out of money. These girls won't come back here again.
You see, we rely on donations, and when money's tight,
homeless puppies get more money given to them than these girls do.
How much do you need?
Too much. At least £5,000 to get them going
and to give them the time they need.
I'm sorry, I need to get back to work.
Hey, Charlene. Catch you later.
I think we should go through this again.
-I've had enough of this.
This isn't an appraisal, it's a trial.
Do you have a problem with me?
You're a Superintendent, I'm a DCI.
-What do you want me to say?
-Just be honest.
What's the point in being honest if you just pull rank on me?
It's just us here - forget our rank.
You think I don't like you because you're a woman,
because you're younger than me and you're my boss.
-The thought crossed my mind.
-I couldn't care less about any of that.
-Glad to hear it.
You told me you were here to do my annual appraisal.
Watch how I run this station, rather than try to find non-existent
errors from old reports to try and catch me out.
Some cases...can reveal quite a lot about how a station's run.
I'll tell you what, I'll shadow you for the rest of the day,
see what you do.
Fine. As long as I can get on with my job, I don't care.
And, DCI Donald, I appreciate your honesty,
but I wouldn't make it a regular occurrence if I were you.
All I'm saying is you can be in on the job if you want to be.
What would I have to do?
Help load up the truck with the others, take it to an address in the East End.
It's that easy.
And maybe keep an eye on Jamie, he takes a bit of handling.
You mean he's likely to end up back with the polis again?
Nah, you're all right, I want to keep out of it.
It's your loss.
But if I WAS to get involved, what about security?
Nonexistent. Stuff's knocked off, nobody knows it's there.
-They're looking in a different direction.
C'mon, man, there's got to be a catch.
Every wean in Glasgow wants one of these for Christmas.
-We sell them at half-price, everybody's happy.
-How much did you say?
You'd be coming out with four or five grand, and that's just an afternoon.
Look, if you want to do it,
it's one more person I trust on the inside.
If not, all the more money for me.
I'm asking you to keep quiet today
because my boss turned up unannounced
and will be hanging around all day.
'I can't turn a blind eye if she's here.'
The goods are only on the premises today,
-they're getting moved tomorrow.
-'If I'm out with her'
and you go ahead, there's every chance they'll get caught and arrested.
Too late to stop the job.
'I'm doing this for your own good.'
-My men are tooled up and they've already left.
I had no choice. You weren't answering my calls.
-'Anyway, just a precaution.'
-Whoa, whoa, whoa.
'This is getting out of hand. Dump it - there'll be other jobs.'
No. You OK'ed it this morning, the wheels are in motion.
I'm warning you.
You're warning me?! You started it.
So just keep away.
I can't make any promises.
-I didn't expect to see you back here so soon.
Here, take this.
-That's a lot of money.
It's yours, for the community bus.
Sorry, but I need to ask you where you got it from.
From my bank account.
I had it earmarked for a couple of long-lost puppies
that I heard about. Just take it. Please?
I don't know.
Look, it's their money.
See when I was forced to work with Kennedy, he paid me.
But I didn't want it - it's theirs.
This will really help.
It's just a short-term fix. I know a lot of people,
-I'll try and get something for the longer term.
-I don't know how to thank you.
You're a good wee soul, Tattie, just keep doing what you're doing.
Can I tempt you with a lukewarm, weak-as-water coffee?
Nah, you're all right.
There's somewhere else I need to be. See you later.
Right, come on, boys. The sooner we go, the longer we'll get.
-I'm going to leave you two in my slipstream.
-I doubt it. Get used to seeing my hairy backside!
-Remember it's a school night.
-Don't worry, I'll get them back.
Thanks. See you later.
Have a good time.
Right, so what are we doing?
I can't stay long, Bob's starting to get annoyed.
-Just the coffees.
I'm sorry, Alice, you must hate me.
I don't. Anything but.
Maybe we could go away somewhere - a place far away?
Well, I suppose it's a better idea than a desert island.
You know what I mean.
I'd like nothing more, but all your fears and worries
about this place are still going to be here when we get back.
Oh, my God!
What is it?
-Who would do this?!
-What? Let me see.
You can't let this go, you need to report this - this is abuse.
No, cos then everyone will think I'm gay.
No secrets and no lies, remember.
They only have power over you if you let them.
What would my mum say? What about Bob?
Christina, this is about you, who you are.
Who cares what anybody else thinks?
Who could have done this?
It must have been somebody at the party.
Whoever did it's sick.
You wouldn't, would you?
No, never mind.
You seriously think I'd do that?
No, sorry, I wasn't thinking.
I can't believe you've just said that.
What's up with you two?
I'm really sorry, you need to see this.
I think we look hot!
Why would anybody want to do that?
It's not a big deal. Just delete it.
It's not like it's true, is it?
I need to get back to work.
What are you talking to HER about it for anyway?
She was sitting here, I couldn't hide it.
You should always come to me first with heavy stuff like that.
I'm glad you're here.
Me too. That's what friends are for.
Give me DCI Donald immediately - it's a code red.
So the thieves are stealing expensive cars to order.
-Sir, it's for you.
I'm at a warehouse, Southside, it's near the river,
-I can't quite make out the street name.
'I followed Jamie Allinson from Lenny Murdoch's office.
'There's a robbery in progress, I need back-up.'
What the hell are you playing at? You shouldn't be at an incident without back-up.
-I'm here now, and I can see what's happening.
-Listen to me! Get out of there,
-that's a direct order. Get out of there now!
-I'll wait for...
Who are you?
All units to Westhaven Warehouse,
-103 Swale Street on the Southside. Now!
-I'm coming with you.
What's going on? Nobody mentioned guns to me.
You're a polis?
-I know him.
He arrested me before.
You were under surveillance, Jamie, we followed you here.
What? This is down to you, ya clown!
-Look, can I go? I fixed the alarm, I need to go.
-You stay where you are.
Call a halt to this now, it'll be better for all of you.
Get a move on! Get in the lorry!
Nobody was supposed to be here, that's what we were told.
Think! All you've done at this moment is robbery.
Kidnapping a police officer - that's a whole other kettle of fish.
Jamie, we've been following you for days, do you really think I'd come here alone?
Why should we believe you?
This is YOUR problem.
You deal with it!
-What do you want me to do about it?
One minute, then we'll leave without you.
Jamie, don't do anything stupid - this isn't you.
-Now! Or we're leaving!
What are you doing?! Wait for me, wait for me!
-LORRY DRIVES OFF
-Keep clear of the warehouse - I repeat, keep clear.
-Let me go in.
Don't lose your head, DCI Donald. Wait till the Armed Response Unit gets here.
My officer might be in there with at least one gunman -
-how long are we supposed to wait?
-We don't know anything for certain. Until we do,
we follow procedure - that's an order.
See what you made me do?!
No, this isn't right! You see what you made me do?!
I don't care any more.
I don't care any more! Do you hear me?!
I've got a polis in here, so don't come any closer.
Prove it! How do we know you're not bluffing?
Try me. He's injured.
I don't believe you. Show us him.
Oh, aye, just come out there so you can shoot me in the head? I don't think so.
Just prove you have an officer in there with you.
You OK, DC Cooper?
OK, you've seen him now!
What do you want?
I want to walk out of here.
-But it's not going to happen, is it?
What do you want us to do? Let's try and help you.
Get lost, go away! That's what I want you to do.
We can't do that.
I just...want to see my wife for two minutes, that's all I want.
Leave it with me.
She can't be moved - you'll need to bring me to her!
His name's Jamie Allinson.
DCI Cooper had him in custody this morning.
Get me all the info we have on a Jamie Allinson.
He's known to us.
Asking to see his wife, although that might prove difficult.
She's in a hospice for the terminally ill in Paisley.
Uniforms have stopped the lorry and arrested the occupants.
We can't wait any longer!
We've all got to die sometime. Everybody dies.
Answer me this - why do all the good ones have to go first?
I don't understand that.
Why not take me instead?
You're going against protocol, I can't allow it.
-It's not up to you any more.
-That's an order, DCI Donald.
If DC Cooper dies, will I just say I was following orders?
At least wear a vest.
No. He needs to know I don't think he's a threat.
Jamie, this is DCI Donald.
Don't come any closer!
Jamie, I'm coming in. I'm completely unarmed.
DC Cooper is injured - I'll take his place.
See? Completely unarmed.
I'll kill him. I will.
How are you doing, DC Cooper?
Jamie, let him go. He might be seriously hurt -
he's lost a lot of blood.
Think about it, Jamie.
You don't want to go down for murdering a cop, do you?
I couldn't care less.
You're out of your depth, Jamie, this isn't you.
It was an accident.
I can sort that for you.
Do you mind if I put my hands down now?
Relax, Jamie, relax. I'm not going to move from here, OK?
Listen to me. Nobody makes a move without DCI Donald asking us for it.
He knows what he's doing.
Did DC Cooper tell you he just got married?
I don't care about that.
Look, he might be dying.
We all die.
What's happening to your wife isn't his fault.
What would YOU know about it?
I read your file. You got early release on compassionate grounds.
I know your wife's terminally ill.
I don't care what happens.
I don't believe that. You're desperate to see
if there's something you can still do.
But there isn't.
You're an alarms expert, not a gunman.
I can't do a thing.
Don't take it out on a guy who was just doing his job.
I'll never get to see her again, will I?
Let DC Cooper go now, I swear I'll do everything in my power
to make sure you see your wife.
I know, mate, I know.
Give me the gun, eh?
The sooner this is all over, the sooner you can see her.
The suspect's been disarmed!
Can you tell me what's happening?
Mr Fraser. This is DC Cooper's partner.
This is Superintendent Cole.
Er, he lost a lot of blood.
They were more concerned with his reaction to his blood transfusion.
He might need an operation.
Oh, my God! He will be all right, though, won't he?
His body had gone into shock, it wasn't responding.
They're doing everything they can.
We've only been married for two weeks! He can't die!
Listen to me, he's not going to die. I'll take you to see him,
and then the doctors will explain everything to you. Come this way.
-You can come in now.
-You broke every rule ever made back there.
-Can we not do this right now?
But what you did was incredibly brave.
-You might very well have saved Will Cooper's life.
-I'm not so sure.
His good police work and training helped us immeasurably in the end.
-I heard you say the address, the exact location,
when he phoned you. He was sharp enough to have taken note.
That allowed us to go straight there.
-You should go home and get some rest.
-No, I need to be here.
OK, phone me if you need anything.
-Thought you might need this.
-How are you?
-I'm not really taking anything in.
You should go home.
-I can call if...
-No, I need to stay.
-If it wasn't for you, he wouldn't be here.
-Just doing my job.
No, not really, no.
I need to go back in and sit with him.
-What are YOU sorry for?
I'm the one that's sorry. I thought I'd lost you.
You can't get rid of me that easily.
Oh, God, what would I do?
It doesn't bear thinking about.
It's OK. I'm still here.
That nutter should be locked away for ever.
I felt sorry for him in the end.
What? He nearly killed you!
His wife is dying and...
That's no excuse to go round stabbing folk. Get him locked up.
I wouldn't want to mess with YOU!
How you doing, DC Cooper?
I need to go. I just wanted to see you before I left.
Sorry, do you mind if we have a moment?
I really can't thank you enough.
I suppose I should thank you too.
No, please, don't.
You'll have to send me your dry-cleaning bill.
Well, I just wanted to check you were OK.
If you need anything, don't hesitate.
How did you get to the warehouse so quickly?
You must have given me the address on the phone.
-I didn't. I only had a vague idea where
What are you getting at, DC Cooper?
You saved my life - I'm not getting at anything.
I'll come back tomorrow when you've rested.
Why did you...why did you order me to release Jamie Allinson?
He'd admitted the charge - that's your job.
Maybe all this has made me question why we've done certain things.
You don't come out of this smelling of roses either.
I know that.
Just stick to the case notes, you'll be fine.
How about the truth?
This is going nowhere.
Why can't you answer a simple answer?
We've both made mistakes, OK? Is that what you want?
Just tell me the truth.
If you hadn't followed them, none of this would have happened.
Apologies for doing my job, sir.
What's been done has been for the right reasons.
If you don't mind, I'm tired
and sick to my stomach.
-This is finished!
I want nothing more to do with this or you!
Well, that's too bad, pal, cos you owe me - big style.
-I am walking away, there's nothing you can do about it.
-That's where you're mistaken, my friend,
cos you crossed the line today, when you set the job up for me -
that was a big line to cross.
-I am out.
-No, you're not!
One conversation with your superiors and you're finished.
Yeah? You think they'd take YOUR word over mine?
There's four guys going to jail cos they trusted me today,
-and that's down to you!
-DC Cooper trusted me!
That was his mistake, then, wasn't it?
The whole place was talking about you last night! You're a hero!
-Please don't say that.
-And humble with it.
Oh, I wish I was ten years younger!
Mood swings, no eating? She'll be fancying some daft boy.
-What's that for?
I doubt you've had better offers.
You KNOW how I feel about you.
Yeah, but you don't want everyone else to know.
-It's nobody else's business!
-I get it. You're ashamed of me.
-Of course not!
-It feels that way to me.
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