Tim gets a phone call from his ex-girlfriend, Sarah, asking to meet him for a drink. She reveals that she had broken up with Duane Benzie. Tim is convinced that she'll want to get back together with him and have him move back it. Daisy thinks this is a bad idea and Mike's afraid he'll get hurt again. Mike has a meeting with the superiors at the Territorial Army, who decide to let him back in. When Sarah asks Tim to move back in, he realizes that his life is better now than it was when he was with her, he declines her offer. Written by
Tim Von Cloedt
Did You Know?
The opening of this episode was originally intended to feature Tim having a conversation with a fictional character. Originally, this was intended to be Lara Croft, the heroine of the 'Tomb Raider' video game series, but the writers were not granted clearance to use the character. The scene was reworked to feature FBI agent Dana Scully of the TV show The X-Files
(1993) and the producers had even considered approaching Gillian Anderson
, (Dana Scully), to fill the role, but the scene was eventually filmed with a lookalike. Writer and star Jessica Hynes
was going to dub the voice of Scully, but the scene was cut and never completed. See more
When we see the view of Twist and Brian leaving for the gallery from Marsha's viewpoint, she is seen holding a glass of white wine. In the exterior shot, looking at her through the window, she's holding a glass of red wine. See more
[Tim is sitting in the pub, writing a poem while waiting for Sarah
I've held you in my arms a thousand times / Closed my eyes and known we would always be together / I smiled at you through all your many lies / And knowing and thinking that eternity would be never / As distance dulls the memory and bitter history grows hazy / I realise my one true love is in fact a girl called... "
Spoofs Murder, She Wrote
Performed by Teo Usuelli See more