Harvey: The Scouser said he used a meat-delivery van as his cover so he'd only drop at suitable places, restaurants or big pubs that serve food. No, the only place round here that fits the description is The Rise club.
Dodd: Okay. The club makes sense as a dropping point. But why would Roper leave his money in there and not in own his office? He doesn't own the club.
Harvey: Albert's in his pocket and it puts some distance between him and his money in case he ever gets his collar felt.
Dempsey: I suppose his firm looks after the club so he thinks it's safe there as in his own office.
Harvey: Even more so, according to this bloke the safe's in a basement office with no windows, one entrance and the door's secured like a bank vault.
Dodd: How much are we talking there?
Harvey: At least 60 grand.
Steven Roper: Prison might be a nightmare... BUT ME! I'm FUCKING HORRENDOUS
Steven Roper: If I was fitted up for a year... I'd make those responsible piss blood for life
Harvey: You've got all my stuff? Thought mom chucked it all in the skip.
Dempsey: We saw her do it so me and Charlie got it all back and fetched it here.
Harvey: You never told me.
Dempsey: I wanted it to be a surprise, see the smile on your little face. If I'd known you'd be hanging around in the middle of the fucking night, I would have thought twice.
Harvey: Thanks mate.
Dempsey: Say it with tea. Lots of tea with lots and lots of sugar in it.