DCI Eastwood tells Burns that he took a call on Olson's phone which was made at a hotel by rogue cop Rob Breedlove, whom they link to Aaron Monroe, his businessman father Morgan and a prostitution racket. When quizzed about it Breedlove kills himself but Burns confronts Morgan Monroe with his findings. Spector is censured by his boss for making an impromptu and empathetic house call to his client Liz Tyler, a battered wife whose husband James has complained about him. However Spector ensures that Liz goes to a refuge whilst arranging for her husband's arrest. Spector sends a bizarre, anonymous letter to Sarah Kay's father, claiming he would not have killed her if he had known she was pregnant. Stella believes it is less a case of remorse than annoyance that his 'perfect' murder was tainted but allows Mr Kay to make a public appeal nonetheless. A friend of pathologist Reed Smith comes forward and tells Stella she once met a one night stand whom she knew only as Peter who tried to ... Written by
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"Show Me Love" by Robyn released Oct of 1997 is the song playing during the intruder scene towards the end of the episode. See more
Visible in several episodes, the Glock pistols carried by all the PSNI constables, especially when not in the holster, are too shiny (the slides appear to be made of plastic, not steel), have slightly incorrect shapes, visible seams, and are clearly too light when handled. They are obviously props or models (possibly airsoft guns). See more
My first degree was in Anthropology.
You're *first* degree?
Mmm. I have hundreds.
If You Were Mine
Performed by Allan Cubitt See more