Gerry Standing: Aaough.
Steve McAndrew: Thought you were the golfer.
Gerry Standing: [chuckles] So did I.
Gerry Standing: Go on then.
Steve McAndrew: OK.
Gerry Standing: A really difficult green to read, I tell you.
Steve McAndrew: I know, I know, I know, I know, you worry. Here we go.
DAC Robert Strickland: Morning.
Steve McAndrew: Oh, morning, sir.
DAC Robert Strickland: What are you two doing?
Steve McAndrew: Final hole of the open.
Gerry Standing: You've no idea about the amount of *crap* that UCOS got in the early days. I mean at first everyone said 'Oh yeah, what a great idea' but then they realized we were working just a bit too well; we were showing up ex-coppers for what they actually were: slovenly, disinterested, and in some cases downright bent!
Steve McAndrew: Gerry.
Gerry Standing: Where're you going?
Steve McAndrew: On the Underground.
Gerry Standing: The Underground?
Steve McAndrew: Mm-hm, Glasgow does Underground.
Gerry Standing: I was surprised by the electric lights.
Gerry Standing: You know what? Scotland's beginning to grow on me.
Steve McAndrew: What, you're actually willing to come back again?
Gerry Standing: Yeah, could well do, actually. If you could ever scrape together eleven decent players to give us a game.