Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Does the name Carl Dillon mean anyth...
Nigel Baxter: No!
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: ...mean anything to you?
Gerry Standing: Good morning.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Morning.
Gerry Standing: What's this all about?
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Don't ask me. Strickand said eight o'clock; it's eight o'clock.
Gerry Standing: Yeah, but why here?
Steve McAndrew: Dodgy cappuccino and a hot dog?
Gerry Standing: That's not his style.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Who was the original investigating officer?
Brian Lane: Duncan Griffin.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: He still around?
Brian Lane: No, he died about five or six years ago. Had a good reputation.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: Don't they all!
Stephen Fisher: Do you think I killed him?
Stephen Fisher: Well, then you're more trusting than I am, Robert.
Stephen Fisher: Hence the rumour: the oil was a front. Jane was working for TSAR.
DAC Robert Strickland: What's TSAR?
DAC Robert Strickland: Stands for Those Shits Across the River. MI-6 to you.
Jane Ross: [discussing who the killer might be] It could be me.
Stephen Fisher: No.
Jane Ross: Why not?
Stephen Fisher: Because you'd have made extra sure I was dead.
Jane Ross: That's true.
Stephen Fisher: [answers phone] Well, that's excellent.
Stephen Fisher: Thank you so much.
Stephen Fisher: No, one does hate to leave loose ends.
Stephen Fisher: Yes, well. Let everyone know I'll be back in the office in a few days. And that there's going to be something of a reshuffle.
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: What can we do to help?
DAC Robert Strickland: This is off the books. I want to make that very clear. There's a distinct possibility that being a police officer or being part of UCOS will afford no protecti...
Det.Supt.Sandra Pullman: What do you need us to do, sir?