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I did what I did, because I was scared for my life.
Nobody's safe when Kennedy's out and about.
Do you know something I don't? Like what?
About who she's seeing behind my back.
You know I went there to blow that man's brains out.
He's still alive?
Get out my sight.
There you go.
That's it, darlin'.
You have to tell him...
Tell him...it was real.
MACHINE BEEPS STEADILY
You should go home. Get some proper sleep.
No, I'm fine, sir.
The next 24 hours are crucial.
If she gets through that, she should make a full recovery.
How about Kennedy?
He's stable, out of surgery. Bullet went right through him.
Is he still here?
I've got him on a secure ward.
No-one goes in or out unless I say so.
What time are the surgical team due back?
They check every half hour.
Thankfully the bullet missed her vital organs. She was lucky.
She wasn't the only one.
Sergeant Reid, any news about him, sir?
He fired the shot?
He's back at the station, waiting to be interviewed.
The whole armed response team are.
they'll know this kind of thing's an occupational hazard.
Doesn't make any of it any better!
I mean, what the hell was she doing there anyway?
The whole thing's a mess!
I need to get back to the station.
We've had Lenny Murdoch in a cell all night.
Meantime, you get yourself home. I'll whistle up a replacement.
Then once you've done that we can go over things in more detail, OK?
Actually, sir, I'd like to stay. At least till she comes round.
You're partly responsible for her being here,
are you sure that's wise?
I won't attempt to interview her.
As soon as she's conscious, I'll call it in.
OK. But any change...
Is it? Still feels like the middle of the night to me. Murdoch ready?
Waiting in Interview One. What about forensics?
All prelim stuff so far.
They've definitely identified fibres on Billy's clothing
that match with Malick's. Enough to prove he lifted the body?
90%. I'd prefer 100.
And they found a gun at the scene. Any prints?
Mandy Kennedy's and a partial.
We're trying to match that with Billy's now.
OK, let me know as soon as we've got anything solid.
Meantime, let's see how Lenny Murdoch spent his night.
Here at last. 'Bout time.
Sorry to keep you, Lenny.
You think that's going on, you've got another think coming.
This is a taped interview, Mr Murdoch. You'll be offered a copy.
Hard of hearing, son? It's fine.
Things finally caught up with you yesterday, eh?
You needed us to protect your family. So we did that.
They're safe. In return, you offered information.
Which I gave you.
Flat 3, 2 Henning's Rise.
I'm sure you found Billy and his dead missus there.
You called it in? I was there.
Though that's the last time you'll hear me admit it.
OK, so you were there? What happened?
I don't know! Maybe they argued about the state of the place.
It was a domestic, as far as I could see.
Her lying there throttled. Him with a bullet in him.
You do the rest.
OK, so you told us where Billy was. What else?
Is he no' enough?
I want names.
You got a statement from Jimmy Mullen, didn't you?
That was on your instructions?
Well, everything now hinges on Mullen's statement.
Which we both know might not be enough.
We need to make sure Kennedy can't get to him.
Or your family.
Which means we have to take Billy out the game.
You look like you could do with a cup of tea, son.
You know, Billy made things personal by going after my grandson.
That's what he would've gave you. That's his whole circle.
Even written on the noted headed paper from his hotel.
That's great, but I want more than this.
I want the Spanish end.
What do you think I am, your pet?
I've not got a death wish.
You want to talk about the Spanish, you talk to Billy.
Don't hold your breath, though.
Not to worry. I've got other options. Mrs Kennedy's not dead.
I'm sure she'll be able to tell us
lots of interesting stories about Billy and his Spanish friends,
who knows what else?
So what now? Kennedy's bang to rights.
So let's concentrate on keeping hold of him this time.
And thanks to this...
it's going to look like he's betrayed his whole network.
It'll give us our best possible chance of protecting
a valuable witness. Jimmy Mullen's made a statement.
To protect him and his family, we need Kennedy neutralised.
Listen, pet, I don't suppose you could tell me how my wife is doing?
Mandy, are you up there?
'Hi, this is Mandy Kennedy. Please leave a message...'
What, are you deaf? I was shouting on you!
I heard you.
Why don't you wake up the whole neighbourhood while you're at it?
I'm looking for Mandy - where is she?
She's... It's all right, she's alive, OK.
Alive? What the hell is that supposed to mean?
She's in St Mungo's. Billy tried to kill her. What?
What, are you surprised?
You think you just walk away from a guy like him?
That thing with you and her - I mean, whose bright idea was that?
What does it matter now? Just tell me, Lenny.
Is she OK?
He tried to strangle her, all right. He didn't finish the job.
Now it's your turn to answer me.
I need to see her. Keys.
You want the cab? Fine.
But first, you tell me, when I came looking for you,
how come you were just coming back from seeing Billy?
And how come there was six figures of Class A in that boot?!
HE GROANS Billy wanted them delivered.
And you were gonnae do that?
Knowing that them going missing could've got me killed!
I was trying to get out of there, all right?
I didn't know what I was going to do.
Look, I'm really sorry, all right. But I need to get to the hospital.
What are you, daft?
You'll be keeping a low profile and I mean for a long time.
Did you get any sleep?
Not a wink.
I'll stick the kettle on.
Kennedy had a gun, and I was scared of what he'd do to us
if I didn't help him get rid of the body.
I thought he was going to kill me anyway
but if it meant it was an end to it for you...
But if you're a witness against Kennedy, what's to stop him
sending somebody after us to shut you up?
Do you think I don't know that?
I've been up half the night going over and over it.
Did I do the right thing or did I screw up? As per.
Then why did you, then? Why did you talk to them?
Was it cos Lenny told you to do it?
No, I just wanted to do the right thing.
Us being scared of Kennedy...
He'd still be out there, he could do us more harm.
Look, I'm sorry. I...I didn't mean for you and the kids to suffer,
but somebody had to stand up to him.
Trouble is, it's not just him, though, is it?
What, did you not tell him?
Tell me what?
A guy came to the door, not long after you were arrested.
He had an accent. He was Spanish, I think.
What did he want?
To give Cal a lollipop.
And you never thought to tell me!
After everything I did, they're still going after my family!
Stay where you are.
Not now, Jimmy.
It'll not take long.
Scarlett and Kelly-Marie had a visitor. Foreign guy. When?
When I was in the cop shop spilling my guts like you told me to!
Yesterday, I saw the guy, I know that fella.
Don't worry about it, he's gone. He took a flight out.
That makes it all right, eh? I'm going out of my mind here.
I need you to level with me. What do you mean?
Come off it, Lenny. I did everything you asked.
And now I'm in the firing line!
I told you to stay calm, didn't I? Things'll get sorted. Really?
And here's me remembering some psycho with a gun at my heid,
telling me he could get to wee Cal, even from behind bars!
Well, he won't.
He did the last time! What's so different now?
Because I say so.
Whit? Do you think I haven't dreamt about putting a bullet in his brain?
Dreamt, maybe! Done...nothing. No, you left that to me.
I had to go to the cops and grass. Me. A grass!
I'm the only witness seeing what Billy did with Malick.
What do I do with that? Kennedy wanting me dead.
Spanish gangsters on my doorstep. And me labelled a grass.
That's what! Yeah?! Well, maybe we're in the same boat, then.
Look, Billy's going to rot in jail. That's better than any bullet.
You, Jimmy, you go home with your family, you be with them.
You'd better be right about this.
Any indication yet when she might be able to give us something?
I spoke to her doctors again - she'll be like that for a while.
You know, I gave her the chance to talk.
Why the hell didn't she take it?
Fear? Living with Kennedy can't have been a stroll in the park.
Yeah, well, maybe...
In the meantime, we're not doing any good staying here.
Best thing we can do is nail down exactly what happened out there,
and then you can go and get some rest.
You up for going over things just now? Yes, fine.
Cooper, you take over here. Sir.
OK, assume I know nothing.
What I need is the sequence of events as you remember them.
Start with the 999 call. The report was of a weapon discharged.
Consequent to another investigation, we had reason to
believe that the armed occupant was Billy Kennedy.
There was already a warrant out for his arrest.
What actions did you take?
I deployed uniformed officers to seal off the immediate area.
What about the ARU team?
We liaised. We were waiting for a tactical commander to arrive
and take charge of the raid.
Control informed us that there was a delay.
But you had the area sealed.
You were in control of the situation. Why not wait?
There was no need to proceed without a tactical commander.
I couldn't be sure that it was secure.
Those schemes are like a maze.
It was an empty building, but there's always a chance.
I was worried there may be a risk to members of the public.
So you decided to take matters in to your own hands?
Was any warning given? MACHINES BEEP RAPIDLY
I called out, identifying us as armed officers.
I instructed Kennedy on how he was to respond.
He was to produce any weapons, come out, arms raised.
I just remember thinking, "He isn't going to give up."
A man like that, he's not going to spend
the rest of his life in a cell,
that rather than that, he'd fight it out.
Then she was there.
You were clear in your own mind that the person who emerged
after you identified yourself was Mandy not Billy Kennedy?
Yes. I mean, everything happened so fast. When I saw movement,
I expected it to be Kennedy. We thought he was alone.
We'd heard his voice. But then you saw it was her.
And this was before you gave any instruction to fire?
Sergeant, I need you to be totally clear in your mind.
Did you give the officers present any indication that
Mrs Kennedy was a threat to their safety?
Answer the question.
I called out "gun".
I thought she had a gun.
Just not in her hand. We recovered it from inside the flat.
Mandy Kennedy was holding a TV remote.
So we shot an unarmed woman.
They'd no way of anticipating.
She'd seemed stable, then her sats dropped.
They said a delayed cardiac reaction isn't uncommon.
What is it with that man?
Even when we've got a hold of him, he's able to cause chaos!
This is a mess!
I'm not losing this, not now.
All right, I'll speak to the people here.
We need to organise a PM for as soon as we can.
DS Grant, DC Cooper will accompany you back to the station.
You're not to discuss the arrest or any events surrounding it.
You're not to compare or collude over any notes you might have.
Is that understood? But they said she was improving.
..this changes things... considerably.
Sergeant Grant, you are suspended from active duty
pending a formal investigation.
In the interim, there are steps we'll need to take.
Are those the clothes you were wearing?
They'll be required for a forensic analysis.
And you'll also need to be examined.
You're not seriously suggesting I was intoxicated
when I gave the order?
No, Sergeant Grant, I'm not. Obviously I'm not.
Those rules are there to protect you as much as anyone else.
Yes, of course, sir.
I'm truly sorry about this.
Look, I'll see you both back at the station. Sir.
Cooper, keep an eye on her.
Look, come on. Is there nothing you can tell me?
What're you doing here?
I've just heard about Mrs Kennedy.
Oh? Heard what?
Not a lot, just that she was brought in.
I just wanted to see she's OK,
only hatchet face here, she'll not tell me anything.
OK, but how is her being here anything to do with you?
Well, the thing is, I'm her driver, I got to know her a wee bit.
I just want to know how she is.
So...is she OK?
Simple question. I'm sorry.
Tell you what, the DCI's upstairs. Why don't I get him to have a word?
No, listen, honestly...
No, look it's fine. You sit tight. I'll let him know you're here.
Here we are - home sweet home.
Beats a hotel room anyway.
I'll put the kettle on.
That tea's not going to make itself.
Just hope Gabriel's left us some milk.
I don't think he was too worried about milk.
Oh, well, empty house.
Guess he's allowed to get up to whatever he likes.
So I see.
Look, all I want is to see how she is.
You guys are busy, I don't want to mess with that.
So, how's she doing?
First, do you want to tell me how well you know Mrs Kennedy?
DC Cooper says you were her driver.
For a few months.
I got to know her a bit, I suppose.
A bit? Enough for you to come here.
Yeah, well, we were mates too.
Mates? With Billy Kennedy's wife?
Aye. Look, she's not like him. Mandy's OK.
OK, so you spent a lot of time in the cab together
and got friendly, I can buy that.
Presumably you chatted. I mean...
What about? Billy?
Mr Brodie, let me explain why I'm asking.
Mrs Kennedy was brought in here today because Billy attacked her.
Obviously I need to find out why. I mean, we know Billy's violent,
but he's never attacked her before, as far as we know.
So can you tell me what might have happened to change that?
I'm wondering if it might be
something to do with his business activities,
for example. How aware was Mandy of them?
Not enough to talk to me about them.
What about her movements? Did you see her yesterday?
No. It was my day off.
Did you ever take her to see a guy called Paul Malick?
I don't know. Whoever she meets is her affair.
Look, I just want to see her.
So, please, just tell me how she's doing, eh?
Why don't you take a seat, Mr Brodie?
No, you're all right.
I'm sorry, but it's not good news.
A short while ago Mrs Kennedy
died of complications following a gunshot injury.
He shot her.
This is down to you lot.
You had him!
Why the hell did you ever let her go?
Is that you, Gabriel?
Not much of a welcome. You could at least ask how Nic and Grace are.
Sure, so how are they? Did they get settled OK?
Yeah. You should see the place they have.
Made me quite envious - you know, fresh start and all that.
So, how are things with you? What've you been up to?
You know, usual.
And what's that?
Spending time with your new woman?
Can we stop pretending, Gabriel?
I guessed there was someone at New Year, if you remember.
I suppose...while I've been away, I've had a chance to
think about who that might be.
I don't know what you're on about. Just stop!
It's Mandy Kennedy.
I don't know why I didn't see it earlier,
I mean, you spend every waking moment with her.
Jump when she calls. And now you've brought her here!
My home. A woman like that.
All she'll do is bring trouble.
Whoa, wait a minute, a woman like what?
She must know what he's like. All the...sick things he's done,
even if she shuts her eyes to it.
What? That makes her the same as him, does it?
You really think there's a difference?
Yeah, yeah, I do. I mean, all right, Mandy made mistakes.
But who wouldn't, married to that psychopath?
And what - is that the attraction?
That she's vulnerable?
I mean, what is it with you? Are you on some sort of ego thing?
Always having to play the hero.
Oh, look, here's Gabriel, he'll put things right! He'll rescue her.
Look, just stop, right. You don't know what you're talking about.
I'm just trying to work out why.
Why choose to forget all he's done and go with a woman like her?!
Maybe because I loved her!
But none of that matters now, because it's over.
What? It ended?
I didn't know. I'm...
I'm so sorry.
She got shot.
Billy killed her.
I'm so sorry.
But you brought those people and their world into our lives again.
What else do you want me to say, Leyla?
Because right now...I can't do this.
Yeah. She didn't look all that clever last time I saw her.
All them paramedics.
Mind you, Mandy always did like to be the centre of attention.
Your concern does you credit, Billy.
Greetin' about it's not going to bring her back, is it?
Anyway, it's you that should be worried.
I can't see your bosses being all that pleased, or the papers, eh?
Cops out of control, shooting an unarmed woman.
It was you that put her in the line of fire, not us,
straight after you'd tried strangling her.
You can prove that, can you?
No? That's not what happened?
Come on, then. Your version, Billy.
I wish I knew, Detective Chief Inspector.
I mean, I'm the victim here.
Woman was emotional.
For a wee while back there, I thought maybe she'd took something.
All I know is that she took a gun to me.
What else was I going to do but protect myself with my bare hands?
And that's the story you'll tell the court, is it?
You're the victim here?
That'll be for my lawyer.
Thought you'd killed him?
I didn't kill Malick! Why would I?
You tell me.
Maybe you felt yourself being pushed aside.
Maybe even Mandy could see you were losing it.
Is that why you attacked her?
Just a pity she's not here to give evidence, eh?
There'll be others.
Are you suggesting they'll be intimidated?
In which case, that's a threat I'll be reporting,
together with a request to the Fiscal that you be
kept in prison isolation.
Oh, I see your game now - cut me off.
Right, knock yourselves out. I can still get things done.
Really? You're wasting your time.
You've got nothing on me and you know it!
Is that so?
William Kennedy, you're hereby charged
that on 11th March 2014 you did assault Paul Malick by holding
him by the throat to the point of strangulation and did murder him.
How many times? I was in a pool hall!
I can give you names of the guys I was with.
You are further charged that on 12th March 2014 you did attempt to
dispose of the body of Paul Malick by throwing it off a railway bridge
and did attempt to pervert the course of justice.
Do you understand?
Both, clear as day, Detective Chief Inspector, clear as day.
I want to see my lawyer now.
The alive one.
Furthermore, in accordance with subsection three of
the Criminal Procedure Scotland Act,
I'm delaying your right to access to a solicitor
until you are considered fit enough to attend a police station.
How's that for starters?
Right, we need to pick up as many players as we can
from the list Lenny gave us.
I want Billy's people to know they're being targeted.
I want them paranoid. Sir.
But we need to ca' canny if this is going to work.
They know Billy's in custody.
We want them to think that he's doing everything he can -
including selling them out - to get the best possible deal for himself.
It's got to come from them.
We'll scatter the pieces, but it's their job to put them together.
Gabriel Brodie... What about him?
Once this clears, I want to speak to him again.
There's something he's not letting on. Sir.
How's DS Grant holding up?
As well as can be expected. They're processing her now.
Untie your hair, please.
I don't want them all having identical stories off pat.
in case any of you think lying through your teeth is going
to do you any good, I should probably warn you that my team
already know the answers to any questions that they'll ask you.
Co-operate and maybe we'll go easier on you too.
You're back early. I thought you were going to be
feeding Mandy grapes from her bedside.
Leave it out.
Aw, that good, eh? What happened? No, no, let me tell you.
The polis were all over her.
They were there.
Which means you didn't get anywhere near her.
In this instance, I would say that works in your favour.
Aye, I do,
because now you get a chance to use this for a change!
Look, let her get her claws into some other mug.
I mean, you don't need the hassle.
There's no hassle, Lenny, because she's dead.
So she won't be getting her hooks into anyone.
What're you talking about?
Need me to paint you a picture?
Billy put a bullet in her - she died.
No. You got that the wrong way round.
It wasn't her that got shot.
I was there. Looking for Billy, remember?
He got shot.
She was lying on the floor, with marks on her throat.
But no gunshot wound as far as I could see.
But that's what they said, that she got shot.
The polis might know better but that's not what I saw.
But that doesn't add up.
Did they say it was Billy that shot her?
No, but... I mean, who else?
Forensics are finished with me. I'm free to write up my report.
Is it OK if I do it at my desk,
or will that compromise the investigation?
No, your desk's fine.
Look, about earlier,
I'm sorry if I seemed I was being hard on you.
I doubt the Senior Investigating Officer will be much easier.
Which makes your report all the more crucial.
It's vital you stress that every decision you took,
right or wrong, was in the interests of public safety.
You couldn't seal the area...
you were confronting a man who'd killed less than 18 hours earlier -
any officer, no matter how experienced, would've been on edge.
And what if public safety wasn't the reason we went in?
What if the real reason I didn't wait on the tactical commander
was something else?
I've been on this so long,
maybe all I was thinking was, "This is my chance to get him."
What if I allowed that to cloud my judgment?
And because of that...
Oh, hey, hey...
I'm sorry, sir. Hey, it's OK.
I'm sorry, sir. This is down to me. I'm the reason she died.
No. Who else is there?
I don't care. You made hard decisions.
Bad ones. The ones you had to make.
Look, I am not losing a first-class officer for no reason.
I'm not losing anyone else, not to Kennedy.
Oh, come here.
I'd better...I've got to...
Yeah. I've got this press thing. I need to be there.
Ladies and gentlemen, if we're all ready,
I'll read from a prepared statement.
"Yesterday afternoon, Shieldinch police detained
"a 67-year-old man in relation to the murder of city lawyer,
"I can now confirm a suspect has been charged.
"William Kennedy is known to us.
"We believe him to be one of the most dangerous criminals in Glasgow
"today, involved in numerous areas of illegal activity,
"which makes his arrest both significant and telling.
"His arrest has also led to the apprehension of a large number
"of further suspects who are currently being questioned
"about both drugs offences, and other matters relating to organised crime.
"Mr Kennedy has also been charged with
"the attempted murder of his wife, Amanda Kennedy.
"We anticipate further charges. We'll update as and when."
That's all I have. Thank you.
The full briefing has already been e-mailed
to your respective pressrooms,
as will any developments. Thank you very much.
Wait a minute, I've got a question! What the hell's he doing here?
You're saying attempted murder on Mrs Kennedy, but she died.
Why isn't it murder?
Sir, this is a press call.
If Billy didn't shoot her, who else did?
I'm not in a position to answer any questions at the moment.
As the full facts become clear, we'll release more statements.
What are you talking about? You've got the facts! What else is there?
She went to the flat.
And when strangling her didn't work, Kennedy put a bullet in her -
what else is there?
Look, please get out my road! It's him I want to speak to!
Who else could've shot her?
That's all for now. OK. Thank you.
Just wait a minute,
it was armed police that took Kennedy down, right?
What does that mean?
It was one of you lot that shot her, wasn't it?
Get him in here.
We need to find out what he knows, before they do. Sir.
'It was one of you lot that shot her, wasn't it?'
Interview One, sir. Right.
We've got final word back on the partial print.
Quality's too poor to find a conclusive match.
So there's no way of knowing who gave her the gun?
No, sir. I think I've got a pretty good idea.
Do you want to tell me exactly what you think you achieved out there?
I'm not trying to achieve anything. All I want is the truth.
The truth? You think the garbled version of events the media are now
going to put out there are going to be that?
You tell me I'm wrong. You tell me it wasn't one of you!
Mrs Kennedy was hit by a bullet fired by one of our officers.
However, it was Billy who put her there.
He's now looking at what happened as his best opportunity to
wriggle out of this.
By creating a media circus, you are playing right into his hands!
Don't give me that.
I want to see him buried as much as you do!
Oh, really? Is that why you got her the gun?
I don't know what you're talking about.
Mrs Kennedy took a gun to where Billy was hiding.
How would she come by something like that?
Billy's contacts would be no good - too risky,
So I'll ask you again,
why did you supply Amanda Kennedy with a weapon?
There are two sets of prints on the gun.
Mandy's and a partial print.
If I ask forensics to concentrate on you,
what do you think that'll throw up? A match?
That's why you were at the hospital.
You're not just her driver. Any more than the gun used was Billy's.
She took it there to kill him. You know that.
Because you gave it to her! You think what you like.
It's not a matter of what I think.
How Mrs Kennedy came to acquire a weapon may soon become
part of a formal investigation.
What, you're going to do her for shooting Billy?!
No. Patently not.
That doesn't mean we won't go after anyone else implicated.
You see, my feelings aside,
Billy deserves the same protection under the law as anyone else.
Any attempt on his life has to be investigated.
While Mrs Kennedy may be beyond prosecution,
the same does not go for anyone else involved.
I get it, I'm being warned off, right?
No. But we do things my way.
You create a feeding frenzy around this, where all the press hear
about is our mistakes, you undermine an entire case against Billy.
Then he has his best opportunity of just walking away from this.
Tell me - would Mandy thank you for that?
You want to blame us, fine.
But you need to take a long, hard look at yourself.
You knew she was desperate, but instead of persuading her
to come and talk to us, you put a gun in her hand.
The last thing you said to me at the hospital was,
"Why did you let her go?"
I didn't let her go, Gabriel, you did.
We'll need to keep a close eye on Brodie.
He's looking to make trouble. PHONE RINGS
I need to take this. See you back in the office. Sir.
Donald. I hear you've been busy.
'We've had a productive day.'
Meaning, the word is out - Billy's been squealing,
which should leave him without a friend in the world.
He won't have any sway in prison this time.
Provided it works. It has to.
I just need your word nobody knows any of this came from me.
Yes, but you'll need to do your bit too.
Add a wee bit fuel to the fire.
Don't worry about that.
That scumbag's not getting the chance to come back
and threaten my family again.
Have the press gone yet? You saw that?
I should give you this.
Look, about before... It was nothing. It was just...
It's been a tough couple of days. We're all running on empty.
Do you think the press will come after me?
Just try not to worry about that.
I'll keep your name out of it as long as I can.
I-I meant what I said about not wanting to lose you.
Though, if they do bump me down to uniform,
don't think you can expect special treatment.
We plods stick together. A plague on bloody CID(!)
I'll bear that in mind.
You and her were more than friends, am I right?
What does it matter?
I was with her - Mandy - in the ambulance.
You were there?
She was in a bad way. She asked me to pass on a message.
I didn't know what she meant at the time
or who she was talking about... until just now.
Mandy said to tell you "it was real".
That's what she said?
That's what she said.
If I missed anything, then I can drop it off at the cab office.
But I was thorough.
I'm sorry, Gabriel.
But I've lost too many people.
And now you.
It's not because you were sleeping with Mandy Kennedy.
It's because that brought him into our house.
And if you could do that without thinking of the consequences...
If you could put our family at risk again...
Then you're not someone I know any more.
No. I'm not.
So, I'd rather you just go.
I'm leaving you. Is there somebody else, Tattie?
There's no-one else, Bob.
Tattie, it's not your fault, it happens.
I don't think she ever loved me.
Dr Handsome swanned back into town and suddenly she's all over him.
She told me there was nobody else. There's always somebody else.
It's good to have you back.
We've been all over the place without you.
Joe's been sentenced.
He's being detained in a secure psychiatric hospital
for a minimum of five years.
He's not well. He's been through a lot.
Dan, I know he was a friend of yours, but as far as I'm concerned,
he walked in here with a gun.
I've left Bob.
You're pathetic. Bob, just give me a second.