01x08 - Episode 8

Episode transcripts for the TV show "The Interceptor". Aired June & July 2015.
"The Interceptor" is about a Customs Officer, who is recruited to a new law enforcement team tasked with hunting down some of Britain's most wanted criminals. The series is inspired by the book of the same name.
Post Reply

01x08 - Episode 8

Post by bunniefuu »

Roach: The shipment's on the move. Two stops before it gets to us.

Somebody has to stop them.

I am not putting me or them kids through this any more.

You never tried it?

My husband... I mean, he...

Well, is he here?

Casby: Little bird told me you had a big load coming in.

I want the guy at the top.

I didn't tell you his name.

Xav says there was three of them.

Some other crew.

My name is Casby.

What, and I'm supposed to just trust you?


That's something I'll have to earn.

Roach: Who is he?

Casby: Connected with another crew.

That's what I need. Someone who'll step up.

You've wormed your way in this far. We'll see who's standing at the end.

(He breathes heavily)

Hey, Tommy, you all right?

Don't tell Ash, yeah?

Valerie: Find us someone bigger.

Ash: The biggest.

Woman: Good morning, R&G Scaffolding. How can I help you?

Man: Hello, can I speak to Mr Roach, please?

Woman: I'm sorry, sir, Mr Roach has just stepped out of his office.

Can I take a message?


Woman: R&G Scaffolding. How can I help you?

Where's Ash?

I dunno.

You spoken to him... about Lorna?


He's married to someone else right now.

You're worried Ashton's losing sight of the line?

I'm worried about him forgetting there's a line altogether.

♪ Ain't shady, baby ♪
♪ I'm hot like the prodigal son ♪
♪ Pick a petal, eeny meeny miny mo ♪
♪ And flower, you're the chosen one ♪
♪ Well, your left hand's free ♪
♪ And your right's in grip ♪
♪ With another left hand ♪
♪ Watch his right hand slip ♪
♪ Towards his g*n ♪
♪ Oh, no ♪
♪ Well, my left hand's free ♪
♪ Oh, no! ♪

So, what are we saying? We're scared of him?

Too big to take down?

You just need to be realistic.

Look, his front is gold-plated. It's a proper, successful business.

We've had his landline tapped for days.

What else?

Tommy: Oh, he's a pillar of the community.

He's big in this thing called the Society of Patrons.

And he's got his own charity.

The Eunice Roach Memorial Foundation -- named after his mother --

For Underprivileged Children.

So, what are we doing about it?

You knew exactly what our strategy was when you joined the UNIT.

Patience. We chip away at their action.

Maybe we need to change our strategy.

Like how?

Get to that shipment.

Do we have any firm evidence of any shipment?

"Special Package" turned out to be a name of the horse.

I'm not talking about that, Tom.

I'm talking about the shipment I heard Xavier mention, when Casby turned him over.

Everything this crew's been doing -- the money laundering, pills, armed robbery -- it's been leading up to this.

This! This is big.

All right? This is big.

It's real and it's happening any time now. It's happening this month.

Look, you lot know as well as I do, a shipment like this, we... we could be chipping away for three years, we wouldn't scratch the surface of his profit.

Now we've got every street dealer in the six zones ready to sell his stuff.

All the lives that touches.

All that misery. You've got to remember who are you doing this for?

Who are you doing this for?

Because if he makes that importation, and he puts it out on them streets, then he wins and we lose.

Then, we need proof.

So, if the phones aren't working for us...

Then we need to get in closer.

Electronic cigarettes?

Did you have to get so many?

He wanted me to get a new front.

Got to make it look proper.

The dry-cleaner's looked proper, didn't it? Well, before...

So... this guy from the other crew that Casby had in the boot of his motor.

He definitely the one that turned you over?

What you saying? You saying I'd get something like that wrong?

All right.

So, this other crew... and Casby rock up at the same time.

You don't think it's a coincidence?

I don't know.

It was the bloke from the other crew and the boss wanted him done to send a message.

What more do you want?

It's just, you know, boss finds out you said it to get yourself off the hook... or somebody else off the hook....

I ain't the one.

Ain't the one, what?

You're the one who got seen.

I told you.

That was sorted. He's d*ad.

You said anything to anyone?


How big's the back?

It's all right.

It's a mess at the minute.

So, I'll come round sometime.

Maybe bring Chinese.

Yeah. Sounds good.

Connor: So, everything I said was true.

Being suspended, the money, being kicked out.

Doesn't change the fact you gave away our intel.


Yeah, I did do that.

I let him use me.

For all the good it's done.

Your disciplinary?

Yeah, they told me they weren't going to prosecute.

And I told them I was resigning.


Got a nasty feeling I'm more use to Stannard if he keeps stringing me along.

Whatever it's about, he wants this UNIT of yours shut down.

You did your bit on that score.

I'm really sorry for what I did, Kim.

But maybe you were using me, too.

So, I'm just going to get on the bike and head off.

See what happens.

Do you want to come?

(She scoffs)

Well, whoever he is... he's certainly got to you.

(Bell jangles)

Valerie: Well, he had the interview last week.

They asked him to start straight away.

So, he... turned it down?

Double the money, treble the holidays, but he said he wanted to finish what he'd started.

Interpret that as you wish.

Stop it.

It's just when I thought he was talking to another...

You know, it made me realise that...

Look, I'm going to fix it with him, all right?

Ah, we're on.

They've clocked the security guys at Roach's yard.

There's a ten-minute window every hour when they can get in and plant the bug.

And that's long enough?

Yep. Long as he doesn't piss about.

All he has to do is find somewhere to hide it facing the room.


Hey. What's going on?

Ash and Tommy are in position.

You sent Tommy?

Yeah. Why?

No reason...

Tommy: You spoken to Lorna?

Yeah, I wanted to. I've just been busy, so...

Once we've...

I keep thinking about the first time we met.

Me and Lorna.


Park Place High School.

You know they've closed that place down?

Yeah, you said.

Opened some academy down the road or something.

First day...

Year assembly, they... they split us up -- boy, girl, boy, girl...

So, I'm sitting next to her and I'm thinking to myself, "I'm sitting next to the hottest girl in school right now."

Chances like that don't come along.

So, I start chatting her up, whatever.

She just stops me, stops me cold, just like that.

Pure Lorna!

And she... she starts telling me about Ralph and how he's, er, he's been teaching her about... criminal profiling and different personality types and if you've got the right type of training, you can pick 'em out.

And so, you know, I'm just trying to make conversation, so I say to her, so... "What type...?"

"What type am I?"

"What type are you?"


And she looked right at me... with that smile.

This little thing she does with the corner of her mouth.

Still kills me.

You know what she said?


She said... "Borderline."

(Both chuckle)

This is the one, Tommy. This is the one I've always been talking about.

And if we can just absolutely nail him...

Right... You know the score.

No chance of getting him with his own drugs.

And even if you could... he'd have to straight up admit, with witnesses... that they were his property.

But he'd have to be stupid.

Or you'd have to trick him.

Right, you get in and you get out, yeah?

(He grunts)

Ash: Testing, testing, testing.

OK, it's working.

Right, get out of there.

Ah, he's here.

You've been ages.

(Engine starts)

Where'd you put the bug?

(Knock on door)

Someone's coming in.

Casby: You all right?

It's Casby.


I will be, when we can start shifting this gear.

Need to hit those repayments.

And Docker understands that, yeah?

Why? What you saying?


It's just, I heard him round at Xav's.

Just seems like he's... dragging his feet, you know, having his doubts.

Almost as if he thinks...



Say it.

That the shipment's not going to reach us.

Come on!

I TOLD you there was a shipment.

Hey... I'm sure he knows exactly what he's doing.



I want the whole team in by this afternoon... for a full briefing...


.. no excuses from anyone.

What's Ralph doing here?

Keep listening.

Roach: .. need to free up tomorrow morning...

The girls want to see you.

I know. I know.

They need their father.

You, of all people, ought to know that.

I-I just...

I just need to get it done, Ralph.

Then, get it done!

Are you close?


Roach: So, we're ready to do this, yeah?

How much you got on him?

Not enough.

Not yet.

Yeah. Well, there were times when... we were up against a brick wall with some ratbag.

One of us would go and find him and get in his face.

You mess them up enough, that's when they make mistakes, when they lash out.

"Like monsters of the deep."


It's a quote. Shakespeare or something.

"Humanity must perforce prey upon itself. Like monsters of the deep."

Used to have it up on the tearoom wall.

(Phone vibrates)

It's work.

You'd better answer it, then.

Tommy: Ash, get here now.

I recorded this.

Roach: 'So, we're ready to do this, yeah? I want this run tight. We're taking no chances.'

Docker: 'It's coming off on schedule.'

Roach: 'Have you ever done a tunnel?'

Casby: 'Me? Nah. We got guys free tomorrow?'

Docker: 'One escort car. Warren's good for it. He'll follow it to the first stop. Sign's a scarf. Anderlecht, or something.'

Roach: 'Make sure they know what they're looking for. And no cock-ups. Let's just bring it in. Nice and quiet.'

Cartwright: OK. If this is what we think it might be, it means we can achieve everything we set out to do, and more.

So, putting it together, what we've picked up points to a consignment being smuggled in on a lorry sometime tomorrow.

We know that our old acquaintance Warren will be in the escort car, so you need to follow him to this lorry and stay on it.

It's most likely to have Belgian plates.

We know that because...?

Anderlecht scarf.

Coming by train, which means the freight service into Folkestone.

And remember, down the Channel ports, there's masses of dodginess, contraband, illegal entrants...

Cartwright: That whole area's swarming with other law enforcement.

Customs, immigration.

Any of that lot b*at us to it, we'll have lost our biggest prize.

Valerie: Now, we need you to stay on this lorry and what's in it, right up to moment the drugs are cut and packaged, got ready for the streets.

Cartwright: That is when we can get the gear and the large part of the crew.

But not Roach.

I want all available field personnel on this.

Yeah, that means you, too, Tommy. Yeah?

From Kilo, we're in position.

Valerie: 'Madrid, confirm that you still have eyes on the escort vehicle.'

Target's on the move.

He's going to have to lead us to it.

One lorry's a needle in a haystack down there.

(Engine revs)

Target vehicle leading a six-wheeler with Belgian tags. No markings.

And an Anderlecht scarf.

This is it.

(She sniffs)

Martin: Kilo, we are approaching your position.

Copy that.

Target is turning off. We are 5-5.

The escort car has gone on, but the lorry's turned right.

Why would he do that?

Martin: 'Advise.'

Maybe there's someone waiting for it there.

Let Warren go. I want all teams to maintain a visual on that lorry.

We're on foot to get a proper look.

Got a visual.

Valerie: Anyone there to meet it?


Tommy: We're 6-8.

Someone's getting out the cab. It's the driver.

Cartwright: Do you recognise him?

Nah. New face.

Why would he be getting out? Why's he not staying with it?

Could be hooking up with the rest of the crew nearby.

I'm going to see where he's going.

Control, we have another vehicle arriving.

What? The escort vehicle?

Martin: Negative. Different car.

They're getting out.

They don't look right.

(Man grunts)

"Border Force"?

They're Immigration.

Oh, bollocks!

They'll be a sweep team, checking the rig for illegals.

They're going to take a look inside the lorry.

(Both groan)

(Engine starts)

It's a trap.

The lorry is rigged to blow.

The lorry is... rigged to blow!

Kim: We've got to do something! Drive!



I can't... I can't...

Get away...

Get away!

No, Martin!

I can't... I can't... Martin!

Roach: You like that?

You still want a piece of my business... you dirty, thieving bastards? Do you?

Why didn't you tell me it was going to blow?

Dummy run wasn't enough. We needed to send a message to this other crew.

Was this you?

You put him up to this?

You saying I can't make my own decisions?

I'm saying that we don't need him!

Am I missing something?

Did I imagine the dry-cleaner's getting hit?

Did I imagine someone grassing up our whole operation to the pigs?

Did I imagine someone coming in here and planting a bug in my own office?


We've got competition and I just showed them what I will do to defend what is mine.

Casby: Why are you so bothered about what happens to another crew?

I mean, it's not like they're your friends or anything. Hm?

Shut up.

Roach: I need you to worry about breaking the stuff up when the REAL shipment comes in.

I need that gear out on the street.

Can you do that for me?

Can I trust you to do that?

Ash: Why didn't you tell me?

I didn't want to let anyone down.

Jesus, Tommy.


Kim's with him.

All right, so this ain't going to stand, right? I mean, we were set up.

Roach ain't going to get away with this.

Nothing on that tape would incriminate him.

Oh, come on!

Hey, hey. Not the time, Ash.

(She sniffles)

You going to tell me it's not personal now?

You can't get to them.

You're wrong. It's time to take it to them!

It's time to get in their heads.

You do this, you're on your own.

Ash... Stay there. Ash! Just stay there.
(Shop bell jangles)

What's the matter?

You look like you've seen a ghost.

As it happens... I was the one who saw someone die today.

So, what are you?

I know you're not police.

So, what, are you some traffic warden or something?

That's right.

And I'm going to give your friend Roach a ticket.

I've never heard of him.

Mm-hm. And anyone else who gets in my way is going to go down with him.



Whatever you are, you've got nothing.

Otherwise, you wouldn't be here, trying to -- what?

Get under my skin?


Get me to grass someone up? Won't happen. Know why?


Because I have a code.

I am loyal.

I wouldn't do that.

And you know it.

I'll tell you what else I know.

Between me and you.

I know what Casby says about you behind your back.

A lot of interesting talk in that office when you're not there.

That must be tough, eh?

Getting muscled out by a...

Well, you know, he's not like you, is he?

He doesn't have a code. He's just a thief.

I've seen it.

I was there when he turned Xav over at the dry-cleaner's.

That's how he got Roach's name.

But then... you've never heard of him, have you?


It is what it is.

Some days, I wish it was different.

Only some days, though?

(Shop bell jangles)

(Door shuts)

Was in the vicinity.

Of course.

Bad business, Jack.

Shame you had to lose one of your own people to prove me right.

It's official.

All police co-operation's hereby withdrawn.

Your funding won't be far behind.

Thought I'd deliver it myself.

Always means a little bit more that way, don't you think?

Time to start packing up.

Roach: You're saying he was the law?

The one who got blown up?

Some kind of law.

And he's d*ad?

All I'm saying is... we never had any of this stress until Casby rocks up.

I mean... what if... there was no other crew?

What if he's played you?


He knew I was up to my tits here.

He knew about... the shipment.

He's taken advantage.

I need some stuff from Manny's yard. I'll... send Casby down and you follow with a couple of the boys and... deal with him... for me.


I should have listened to you.

Throwing a barbecue tomorrow night.

Get yourself down.

I wouldn't miss it.

(Door opens)

(Door closes)

He sent you down, too?

Don't even know what we're looking for.

Elliot and me had a good thing going.

You know, I knew you were trouble the second you turned up.

This lorry mess -- it was your idea, wasn't it?

It proved something, didn't it? The lorry?

Why do you think the law was hanging around it?

They were onto us. It wasn't me who did that.

All right, boys.

The deal that went bad with this... Viking character.

That's where you got seen, isn't it?


That's where it all went bad for us.

Enough of this "us".

You're not part of this crew.

I've been with Elliot for 20 years.

Who do you think he's going to back?

Who do you think he's really going to trust?

(Metallic clink)


(They grunt)

You lied to me.

Everything you've said is a lie.

You gave another crew my secrets.

You brought in the law to do their dirty work when I had everything on the line.

Why would you do that?

Why would you do that to me?

You traitor!

Cover him up.

He was going to move the gear when it arrived so we could start... breaking it up.

Now I need you to do that.

You want me to check in?

No, no, I've been getting my hands way too dirty as it is.

I'm going to stay away for a bit.

Xav handles the supply and the money.

We do a burger-van meet at the end of every month. He'll show you where.

I'm paying you the same... the same as him.

What's the matter? You should be bloody grateful.

I was hoping for more of a partnership.

I don't want a partner.

I want someone who'll do what they're told.

Gemmill: Won't be getting much from him now.

Maybe he's telling me plenty.

Like what?

Who won. Who lost.

"Monsters of the deep."

This is Ash. Can't talk right now. Leave a message.

Can't reach him. Phone's gone d*ad, he's disabled the tracker on his car.

(She sighs)


He's turning into one of them.

(Van engine starts)

♪ I don't wanna drown no more ♪
♪ I'm sick of the same old people ♪
♪ The kind that'll sell your soul ♪
♪ Trade it for a shining stone ♪
♪ Ain't nothing in this life for free ♪
♪ Running from the greatest evil ♪
♪ It finally dawned on me ♪
♪ A man's gotta fight temptation ♪
♪ Keep the wolves from the door ♪
♪ I hear them scratching like I don't know better ♪
♪ Won't you keep the wolves from the door? ♪
♪ It won't be long before I cave in and open up the... ♪
♪ And I don't wanna go back home ♪
♪ Too many staring faces ♪
♪ Wishing they could drag me down ♪
♪ Waiting to pull me under ♪
♪ I've shaken off my chains ♪
♪ But I still feel those shackles ♪
♪ Living inside of me ♪
♪ I know I've gotta fight temptation ♪
♪ Keep the wolves from the door ♪
♪ I hear them scratching like I don't know better ♪
♪ Won't you keep the wolves from the door? ♪
♪ I hear them I'm scratching like I don't know better ♪
♪ Won't you keep the wolves from the door? ♪
♪ It won't be long before I cave in and open up the... ♪
♪ Keep the wolves from the door ♪
♪ I hear them scratching like I don't know better ♪
♪ Won't you keep the wolves from the door? ♪
♪ It won't be long before I cave in and open up the door. ♪

I'm worried about him. I'm worried about what he's going to do.

Then you're best just letting him get on with it.


Come on, Tommy. Look how far he's gone.

Look at what he's sacrificed for this UNIT.

He's still Ash. You should hear the way he talks about you.

He was banging on the other day about you and him at school, how great it was when you met.

He never liked that school. He hated it.

He was never out of trouble. And I'll tell you what.

That, THAT is the real Ash.

It's over.

I've made my decision. And he'll still have his beloved work.

They're shutting us down.

You'll forgive me if I'm not crying over it.

Without you, without the UNIT, he's got nothing. Yeah?

Then what's he going to be like?

He's going to do something. He's going to put himself in danger.

You can't help him.

I've got to do something.


He's made his decision. You don't have to prove anything to him.

I've got to try.

(Distant clattering)

(Ash grunts)

All right, all right, all right.

Just go. That's all you have to do.

This ain't about you, unless you make it.

It's not you I'm taking down.

Not this time.

You just have to go.

But if you let me walk, then what does that make you?


You're some kind of law, right?

So, if I ever get nicked again, what's to stop me from talking about this?

That's good... That's a good point.

I should just keep it simple.

You're a strong negotiator.

Don't let anyone ever tell you otherwise.

All right.

I accept.

This wasn't going the way I wanted, anyway.

I'm not the payroll type.

See you around.

Here y'are, love.

Thank you.

(She sighs)

(Ringing tone)

Woman: Good morning, R&G Scaffolding. How can I help you?

Ash: Yeah, I want to speak to your boss.

Woman: I'm afraid he's still -- on his way to the office. Can I take a message? -- It's Ash!

Ash: Well, he's supposed to be here. I'm waiting for him. Where is he?

Woman: I'm sorry, sir, can I ask your name, please?

Ash: My name?

My name's Charlie North.

OK, Mr North, let me check the diary.

Valerie: Charlie North? What the hell is he doing?

Ash: Look, I've been waiting... for 40 minutes.

I voted for him to be Society President.

I get in contact about a big contract and this is the way he's going to treat me, is it?

Woman: I'm sorry, Mr North. There appears to have been a misunderstanding.

There was an appointment in Mr Roach's diary for two weeks ago.

No, no, no. I cancelled that appointment and I called you and rearranged for today.

'All right. I'll contact Mr Roach. Hold the line, please.'

(Phone rings)

What is it?

Woman: 'I've got some bloke waiting on site.

'He's doing his nut about you not meeting him this morning.

'Charlie North?'

Never heard of him.

'He had an appointment moved around. Says it's a big contract.'

Just put him off, will you?

No, you tell him I expect better! All right, you know what?

I'm going to have a word with my friends at the council.

'He's talking about cutting his donations to the charity.

'Says his mum knew your mum?'

All right.

Where is he?

'Hello, Mr North, can you tell us where you are?'


I'm at...

(Click, line goes d*ad)

Get that line back up, you dickhead!



Don't know what he's up to, but we need to know where he is.

(Ringing tone)

(Phone rings)


Ash: 'Hey, Lorn.'


'Is something wrong?'

I'm all right.

Just getting to the finish now.

Guess where I am, where I'm sitting right now.


No idea.

Where we first met.

You and me.


You were right about what you said about me.


(He chuckles)

You remember?

Ash... we should talk.

'We should talk to each other.'

You know...

You know that I love you, don't you?

(Car pulls up)

Yeah, look, I got to go.

Kiss the girls for me, will you?

(Water drips)

(Lighter clicks)

You know what I love?

I used your charity to trick you into coming.

(Lighter clicks)

Eunice Roach Charitable Foundation For Underprivileged Children.

And I wonder how many of them kids are going to end up doing that gear?

I mean, it's kind of sick, wouldn't you say?

You thought your front was b*mb.

Your charity, your business, your gold chains of office.

But it was your front that got you here.

Your greatest strength turned out to be your one weakness.

And what's your weakness?

My boss would say it's I don't know when to stop.

Marcus Ashton. Undercover Narcotics Intelligence Team.

So, who's Charlie North?

Oh, he wasn't a bad guy.

You know, he fell into drug dealing, but he didn't like it.

One day, he decides he wants to stop.

But a crackhead... takes exception to that.

sh**t him in the gut.

And I saw it. You know, I watched him... bleed out, end of my street.

You know, look, I wanted to help him, but what can you do when you're nine years old?

So, you knew Charlie.


I knew the sh**t.

My dad.

That IS a sad story.

Just a story.

Right here...

Million others just like it, waiting to happen.

I don't suppose you've ever seen it like this, have you?

The stuff that you deal in?

No, I wanted you to see it before I...

(Lighter clicks)

Well, I was going to burn it.

That's why I brought it here.

You know how many times I wanted to set f*re to something in this place?

So... where are the police?

You can call them, if you want. Tell 'em, "Someone's taken my stuff and I want it back."

Come on! We both know how it works. You can just walk out of here.

There's nothing I can do about it.

But how much are you in for, I wonder?

And to who?

Nice guys?


Are they understanding guys?

We should talk.

I can make you a... a rich man.

Do you think if I wanted to be rich, I would have spent the last six months sitting in a car with bad breath and needing the toilet, and day in, day out, following Xavier and Mal and Docker?

Oh, how is Docker? Have you seen him lately?

Have you seen your FRIEND lately?

You know I went to talk to him?

I could have worked him for a year, he would have never grassed you up.

I said your name to him. He didn't even flinch.

No, he was loyal.

He would have done anything for you.

I think he loved you.

No, he weren't the one who brought me to you.

He weren't the one who took me right to your shipment.

No, that was Casby. Yeah! He just gave me your drugs.

And this way, these drugs ain't going to get to destroy thousands of lives.

They're going to get to destroy just one. One old man.

(They grunt)

Do you know what I've gone through to get here?

Where I've come from, what I've achieved?

Who are you?

Who are you to ever think that you can take this away from me?


These drugs... are mine.


Come on, get up.

Recording: 'These drugs... are mine.


'These drugs... are mine. Mine!'

Thank you for clearing that up for us.

I'm arresting you for drug importation. You do not have to say anything.

But it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court.

Anything you do say may be given in evidence. Do you understand?

Tommy: You all right? You all right, mate?

You all right, mate?

I got you.

Valerie: Ambulance, please.

Park Place High School. Soon as possible, please.

You! You were ordered not to co-operate with the UNIT.

I just made the biggest arrest of my career.

If you had a grain of common sense, you would rescind that vicious little order and give the UNIT your full support.

I'll do nothing of the sort.

Well, actually...

I've got a tonne of cocaine that says different.

Ladies and gentlemen...

Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, this seizure represents a major triumph for the police in our fight against organised crime.

(Footsteps approach)

Before you start, I've advised my client not to answer any of your questions.

You'll get no information from him.

Go. Get out.

(Door shuts)

I popped round your house. Nobody there.

Your missus got out nice and quick.

But these guys you owe money to -- Latins, I'm guessing.

They're going to know where you are.

So, what is it, really? You've come to gloat, have you?


I came to see how you were.

Oh, so you wanted to see me, what, humiliated, broken down, a beaten man?

Would that have made it all... worthwhile for you?

How do you mean?

Come on, we can be honest with each other.

Bringing me in.

How much has it cost you?

You were worth catching.

Glad to hear it.

Ever wonder you're not wasting your time?

There'll be somebody behind me.

Nature abhors a vacuum, ain't that right?

Better the devil you know.

That's right -- a tonne.

Male reporter: How much are these drugs worth?

What a tart.

(Valerie laughs)

Anyway, it's not even actually a tonne.

No? Lost some in the fight, I suppose.

Even so, it was still down. Just a kilo or so.

What the hell's that?

What do you think it is?


Come on, Xav. Eh?

You and me, we're the last ones standing.

Send us a postcard.

We'll be waiting.

Come home when you're ready.

Apparently, there are still some criminals out there.

You two, back at work -- first thing tomorrow.

That's what we do.

We've got to go as well. We're looking at a flat.

Haven't you got somewhere to be?

Valerie: Have you said anything?

Kim: What could I say?

Didn't really know him.

That's not true.

(Car doors close)

Well, it's something I can keep telling myself.

Bike's not here. Do you want a lift?

Oh, Kim...

Don't, Val. Don't.

(Doorbell rings)

♪ Ain't shady, baby ♪
♪ I'm hot like the prodigal son ♪
♪ Pick a petal, eeny meeny miny mo ♪
♪ And flower, you're the chosen one ♪
♪ Well, your left hand's free ♪
♪ And your right's in grip ♪
♪ With another left hand ♪
♪ Watch his right hand slip ♪
♪ Towards his g*n ♪
♪ Oh, no ♪
♪ Well, my left hand's free ♪
♪ Oh, no! ♪
Post Reply