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DI Vivien Friend (Character)
from "Murder Investigation Team" (2003)

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"Murder Investigation Team: Moving Targets (#1.1)" (2003)
DC Rosie MacManus: [Looking at a picture of the victim's daughter] Poor cow! She's got no one now!
DI Vivien Friend: She'll get used to it.

DI Vivien Friend: [O the balcony of a public housing project] What's that smell?
DC Patrick Lincoln: Urine, love.
DI Vivien Friend: Thought it was your aftershave.

DI Vivien Friend: Let's get a contractor here to hoover up all the storm drains.

"Murder Investigation Team: Daddy's Little Girl (#1.2)" (2003)
DC Rosie MacManus: [after a suspect being interrogated who tries to strange her in a rage] How's your neck?
DI Vivien Friend: Better than my ego.

DI Vivien Friend: You're a detective, Rosie. You're going to have to learn to control your emotions.

"Murder Investigation Team: Red Heads (#1.5)" (2003)
[last lines]
[Lee is chatting to an older red-headed woman at Waterloo station]
DI Vivien Friend: Lee. Remember me? Detective Inspector Friend. You going somewhere nice? Got some news for you about your maggots. You might want to call your solicitor again.
Lee Kemp: Please, um... not here, please.
DC Rosie MacManus: Come on Lee - she's old enough to be your mother.
DS Trevor Hands: [to Lee] Come on, lets go.

"Murder Investigation Team: Reading, Writing and Gangbanging (#1.4)" (2003)
[last lines]
DC Rosie MacManus: You're a manipulative cow, you set me up.
DI Vivien Friend: What I think you mean is, "you're a manipulative cow, detective inspector".
DC Rosie MacManus: Well you can manipulate me any time you like.

"Murder Investigation Team: Rubbish (#1.3)" (2003)
DI Vivien Friend: Have you found the other arm?
DS Jim Daws: Not yet.

"Murder Investigation Team: The Bigger the Lie (#1.8)" (2003)
DI Vivien Friend: [last lines to Rose] I think I'll leave the touchy-feely stuff to you.