Tina and Sean are two of societies rejects. Tina hates her parents and has moved out, living in a squat. Sean stutters badly except when he sings or is angry, which is the case most of the time. They meet in a pub one night and become, in Tina's words, just like Bonnie and Clyde. They first murder a local loan shark but then set their sights on one of the detectives looking for them. Fitz brings his insight to the case but continues his testy relationship with the the police. His home life is still in a shambles. He very much wants his wife to move back in with him, but she will only agree if he joins Gamblers Anonymous. There is also a growing sexual tension between Fitz and Detective Penhaligon, which is obvious to both of them. Written by
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Sean bowls plants a third ball on the remaining pin after bowling two balls. This is not possible as the machine would have reset them immediately. See more
DCI David Bilborough
Anticipation is nine tenths of the pleasure, so I'm going to look after you. Nobody's going to touch you. I'm going to do everything strictly by the book. I'm anticipating sitting there on the last day of your trial with Giggsy's wife, listening to the judge give you life with the recommendation of thirty years. I'm anticipating that with a certain amount of relish, you murdering bitch.
(Judith Fitzgerald) was listed as an actress in the opening credits but was omitted from the actor/character list in the closing credits. See more
I (Who Have Nothing)
Written by Jerry Leiber
, Mike Stoller
, Carlo Donida
(as Carlo Donida Labati)
Lyrics by Mogol
Performed by Andrew Tiernan See more