Parents Guide for
"New Tricks" Glasgow UCOS (2012)

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It was believed that a murder victim was probably gay or involved with a row over a prostitute. The original investigation centred around his sexual proclivities.

We are told that one of the original investigators shagged Steve's ex-wife, leading to the end of his marriage.

Gerry was talking to prostitutes, part of the investigation he says, and was arrested for procuring.

One of the characters was involved in underage sex when she was younger, we are told.

In the past some underage offenders were asked to "entertain" gentlemen, in exchange for making their charges go away.

The victim was beaten to death.

Steve admits to having been suspended for punching out a detective who slept with his wife.

Gerry is hit over the head and knocked out by an intruder.

A man advances on Gerry and Steve carrying a sawn-off shotgun but is scared off.

Gerry punches a suspect in the face, knocking him to the ground.

One use of "pissed".

Five uses of "shit".

One use of "bugger".

Three uses of "bastard".

One use of "bitch".

Two use of "damn".

Three uses of "arse".

One use of "knackered".

One use of "tits".

One use of "shagged".

Two uses of "crap".

Four uses of "bloody".

One use of "tosser".

One use of "poof".

Two uses of "God".

On arrival in Scotland, Steve asks Gerry if he wants a "malt (whisky)". He replies "Anything large". They have one together. Gerry is woken the next morning, still fully dressed with a glass in his hand.

At the end of a day's work Gerry says he could "murder a pint". Eventually Gerry offers to get some whisky. The next day, when Steve wakes him, he congratulates him for making it to the bed this time.

Two of the characters were involved in drink and drugs when they were younger, we are told.

Gerry occasionally smokes when he is out of the office.

Some of the team meet in the pub and discuss the case over a beer/whisky.

We see a suspect commit suicide by jumping from a window.

There is a theme involving underage prostitution. Although this is discussed, rather than seen on screen, it is still very confronting.


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