♪ ♪ How was the new therapist?
♪ ♪ You need to call Jake and see if he can recommend someone else.
BLAIR: You don't need to keep proving yourself.
Just trying to be a good cop.
I've got to represent.
My sister bringing you over is the best thing she's ever done for me.
I was asking if...
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (thunder claps) (whimpers) (click) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (dog barking) Mum, what time is it?
(whispering): It's early.
I have to work, go back to sleep, if you can.
(whispering): I could hear you laughing.
(whispering): Well, it was funny.
(whispering): Did we get away with it?
(whispering): It's too soon to say.
Do you think she knew?
I guess we'll find out.
(giggling) I'm gonna need that cup back because it's my favorite.
Well, you can see why.
What, do you wanna arrange that now?
I mean that would make it a straight up, premeditated... A date, yeah, yeah.
We could square up to it, it's the grown-up thing to do.
What do you think?
(keys jangling) Okay, but first let's have a really, really serious think about the benefits of sneaking around.
(keys jangling) ♪ ♪ (dogs barking in distance) ♪ Throw a line ♪ ♪ Into the darkness ♪ ♪ We are shadows, blaze inside ♪ ♪ This light will shine ♪ ♪ Unbroken tonight ♪ ♪ Shine ♪ ♪ Inside ♪ ♪ ♪ (sirens wailing) So the classic Dionysian festival would happen in spring when the wine had become fermented and it was warm enough to wear a toga or whatever.
It would last for days, there'd be animal sacrifices, and wild dancing, gallons of booze, and an orgy behind every acropolis.
I mean, as a god, he's got a lot going for him, Dionysus.
But all that divine ecstasy could quickly switch to brutal rage, and partygoers might find themselves strangled or torn limb from limb.
Or just chucked in the Clyde.
Like this one.
The victim is Paul Gilbride, 55.
A self-made property developer celebrating his wedding anniversary.
His body was spotted floating in the river at around 1:20 a.m. Mm-hm.
From the lacerations around his wrists and ankles, it doesn't look like he came off the boat accidentally.
Right, so who's that?
His wife, her best friend's with her.
Everybody else has been bussed to the center to be interviewed.
Not even a death sobered them up.
Yeah-- see, I don't mind that, 'cause you get different sorts of answers when they're drunk.
I mean it's, it's like a Dionysian blessing.
We'll be back shortly, Mrs. Gilbride.
So this is the possible crime scene.
Catering staff were in and out of here all night, except for a period of about an hour when the door was locked from the inside.
Which coincides with the time Paul was seen coming below deck at around half past midnight.
MICHAEL: Looks like someone wanted to make life difficult for forensics.
And that window's the likely exit point.
Let's, let's have a look, what we got?
Uh, blood, here.
(grunting) Oh, hello.
(indistinct radio chatter) ANNIKA: There you go.
Sorry, champagne, and the shock.
Is there anybody who might've wanted to harm your husband, Mrs. Gilbride?
Everybody here was a friend.
Your neighbor wasn't very friendly.
He punched Paul in the face.
Who was that?
Agamemnon Yiannopoulos-- Mem.
He's always behaved like a real gentleman.
CARMELA: Except tonight.
There's no record of Mr. Yiannopoulos being checked off the boat.
Well, he must've snuck off.
I would if I'd whacked the host.
CARMELA: My son's gonna drive us home, I take it we're free to go?
♪ ♪ So looks like the neighbor also owns a farm.
Well, I've wanted to murder most of my neighbors.
(sighs) (birds chirping) ♪ ♪ His car's here.
(animal lowing) His quadbike isn't.
And it looks like he's continued the party.
(gunshot in distance) (firing gun) MEM: (speaking Greek) (cocks rifle) (speaking Greek) You want to play with me?
(speaking Greek) (gunshot) Come on there, Mem!
(gunshot, shrieking) If you've come to stop me, you're wasting your time.
BLAIR (quietly): Shots fired!
Get us backup immediately.
I've come to talk, Mem!
Are you friends of that rat?
I'm a police officer!
I'm here about Paul Gilbride.
A street thief has more integrity than that man.
I would've made a lot of money from my turbines.
And he, what, he stopped you?
When your neighbor, he comes to you and he says, "Don't put up the turbines on your land, "there's going to be a lot of trouble.
It's going to be an eyesore," you listen to him.
Well, he, he, he put up his own.
Waited for me to be out of the country for a couple of months.
I was burying my mother.
(speaks Greek) Mem, Mem, don't!
Don't make things worse for yourself!
He stole my deal!
If he deserved what you did to him, you can tell us all about it, back at the station.
How dare he-- I didn't even manage to wipe the smirk off his face.
Yeah, he wasn't smirking when they zipped up the body bag.
Paul's dead, Mem.
♪ ♪ Ah.
♪ ♪ Oh, okay.
(birds squawking) So Mem didn't do it.
ANNIKA: He'll be in court tomorrow on firearm charges, but he has an alibi for the murder.
BLAIR: He didn't wanna wait for the scheduled stop after they pulled him off Paul, so, Mem disembarked via the water.
He jumped off the boat?
Mm-hmm, impulsive guy.
Luckily for him he was caught on quayside CCTV emerging from the Clyde a good half an hour before Paul went below deck.
Meanwhile, the boat CCTV is proving less fruitful.
The camera was deliberately pushed away.
MICHAEL: Well, somebody didn't want to be seen.
And forensics have confirmed Paul's blood at the storage room but they're not hopeful of recovering any useable DNA, as well as the water on the floor, it was the thoroughfare for catering staff.
What about the pendant?
BLAIR: It's a St. Christopher, patron saint of, well, everything-- sailors, soldiers, bookbinders.
There's pictures online of Paul wearing it.
TYRONE: Ripped off during the attack?
ANNIKA: I'd say so.
BLAIR: That's him and his wife, Gaynor.
Paul's body seems to have been caught up in tidal currents, suggesting he came off the boat here, just westward of the tidal weir.
The boat went on to make a scheduled stop half an hour later, here.
Convenient moment for a murderer to make an exit.
MICHAEL: Yeah, but only two people signed off the boat when it docked there-- Paul's godson, Gio MacGowan, and someone called Veer, who's not on the guest list.
They got off at Mavisbank Pier.
Why would a murderer sign out?
TYRONE: Oh, I don't know if this is anything but, Paul's offices were robbed three days ago.
Well, let's ask his wife about that.
And someone should pay a visit to Gio, because he was his mum's lift home, so it's, it's weird he left early.
And then let's find this other guy who, who signed out, the...
BLAIR: Yeah, sure.
Now I know that meeting a guy called Mem will have given you some kind of ancient Greek kicks, but... you were shot at today, are you all right?
(clears throat) I have, uh, access to a therapist.
Oh, okay, so that's back on, is it?
But it's a high security clearance.
So Morgan doesn't know?
I don't think so, probably not.
I mean, she might've guessed, who knows?
He's not like this as well, is he?
A little bit.
I think you'll find it more straightforward when someone has a shotgun on you.
♪ ♪ So Aeschylus wrote "Agamemnon" in honor of Dionysus, as it happens.
It's about a king who murders his daughter.
Not that he meant to.
He was due to send an army to Troy, but the goddess Artemis wouldn't let the wind blow, so his ships were just... stuck in the ocean.
He gave his daughter as a sacrifice so the wind would blow, and, you know, he could go off and enjoy himself, and in my view that's very... it's bad parenting.
(over phone): So I've thought about this sneaking around thing now, and I think it should probably stop.
♪ ♪ (woman vocalizing) (car door closes) ♪ ♪ (knocking on door) (knocking on door) Mum was having fun.
I tried to tell her I was leaving, but couldn't find her.
TYRONE: When did you last see Paul?
I don't remember.
Would you be happy for us to take your statement at the station?
Aye, that'd be great.
Well, you'll wanna take your jacket.
(objects clattering) (clock chiming) (inhales, sniffles) It's supposed to protect the wearer.
St. Christopher bore the weight of the Christ child across the river, though it nearly crushed him.
BLAIR: So Paul was wearing the pendant that night?
He never took it off.
His father gave it to him.
(door opens) (door closes) Do you know anything about the break-in at Paul's office a few days ago?
GAYNOR: Uh, Paul said he knew who took the money.
I was hoping I'd find you resting.
Don't fuss, Carmela.
Paul didn't tell the police he suspected anybody?
GAYNOR: He didn't want anybody getting in to trouble.
I think it was somebody he knew and liked.
ANNIKA: Did he tell you who?
I've got that sedative for you.
ANNIKA: But perhaps we could finish our enquiries first.
GAYNOR: I thought it could be Doug Macrae.
He and Paul were at loggerheads over a bit of business.
Doug Macrae's on the list of guests at the party.
If Paul excluded anybody he'd ever had a business dispute with, we'd have had no guests.
Where was this taken?
The boat we were on for the party.
You should've seen the leaky rust bucket that Paul bought.
We were amazed what our boys had achieved, weren't we?
(sniffles) We had a guest who signed themselves on and off the boat with the name Veer.
Do you know who that might've been?
I think you should go now.
You might wanna think about what's helping your friend right now, and what isn't.
I lost my husband less than a year ago to cancer.
This woman was a rock for me then.
So you'll understand why it's my job to protect her now.
ANNIKA: I do, we'll continue this later.
Why would I steal money from my own godfather?
Because he's loaded, whereas you're still living at home with your mum.
I moved home when my dad got ill.
The money you saw is my savings to buy my own place.
Oh, your cash-in-hand earnings?
That you just happened to be counting through the day after your godfather was murdered?
They said to get my affairs in order.
Did you argue with Paul, is that why you stole the money?
We barely speak to each other.
What, not even that night?
There were a lot of guests.
TYRONE: But you weren't just any guest, your parents are best friends.
Paul wasn't the friend... that he made out to be.
TYRONE: How come?
(angrily): Look, I just wanted off that (muted) boat.
(labored breathing) So I left.
(wheezing) You all right, Mr. MacGowan?
(groaning, wheezing) All right, we're suspending the interview at 1300 hours.
He's gonna get the medic.
Relax, Gio, just calm down.
Your mum's on a call.
Can you get this to Erin?
I'd take it myself but I don't know how to get in touch with her without this.
Why do you have my sister's phone in the first place?
She left it at mine this morning.
Mum doesn't know she stayed over, so... (clicks tongue) I suppose my parents don't either.
Thanks for making me an accomplice.
So, don't arrest yourself.
ANNIKA: Morgan, something happen?
I was... missing you.
ANNIKA: Oh, that's nice.
I've just had to release a suspect who we've somehow made breathless with our lack of evidence.
Okay, well, you're busy, so... No, no, that's fine, come on, we'll have a chat.
(clears throat) Um...
I'm seeing Jake-- sort of, casually.
Yeah, after we, um, bumped into each other at that exhibition.
It wasn't entirely my fault, 'cause you left us alone.
In fact, so in many way... no... that's, that's not fair.
Um, it's me, not you.
(sighs) Anyway, uh, he, he came over last night.
Sneaking around behind your back, it's, um... unforgivable.
It's not that bad.
Well, Jake says, uh, there are all sorts of implications because he was your therapist.
For one week.
It's not a big deal.
So maybe, uh, we could invite him 'round for dinner tomorrow.
Okay, big moment.
(stammering): Is that, is, too big, it's too... is that too, it's too big, isn't it?
Big moment for your cooking.
♪ ♪ (clicks tongue) Yeah, you're right.
I haven't cooked, really, since the mid-'90s.
When you last had a boyfriend.
(groans) Oh, that's so painful here.
(giggles) It's accurate; it's very, very harsh.
(distant police sirens blaring) ♪ ♪ (metallic thud, hiss) TYRONE: We need to see who Paul met up with over the last few days.
He had a relatively quiet week.
Couple of site visits.
And Gio MacGowan, why were they meeting?
I think it was a social thing, because Paul's wife was there, too.
Though Paul was in a stinking mood that afternoon.
Did him and Gio have a disagreement?
Actually, I think he was grumpy because Gaynor started talking about changing the party venue.
Paul talked her down.
I'd have been raging if he hadn't.
I had to organize the whole thing.
TYRONE: Did Paul tell you who he suspected of committing the break-in?
He didn't suspect anyone.
It was just a random theft.
Sorry about all this, Paul just didn't see mess.
I clean it every Monday, and by Friday, it's like this again.
Do you know Doug Macrae?
I mean, a bit, to say hi to.
And was there some sort of dispute between them?
I don't think so.
Does this have all of Paul's past contracts stored on it?
Last five years.
All right, we're gonna need to take it.
LOUISE: Course, let me just... unlock it for you.
Was this card here last week?
It's a lawyer's card.
No, it's not the firm we use.
It's all yours.
TYRONE: Thanks for your help, Louise.
♪ ♪ (birds squawking) I think I may have tracked down Veer.
One of the waiters from the catering company called in sick and sent a replacement.
What do we know about him?
Caterers said he was a bit of a weirdo.
We're looking for him.
Okay, so people on the boat that we're interested in: replacement waiter, Veer, missing; Doug Macrae, supposedly in dispute with Paul, although there's nothing about him on his laptop.
Hang on, so, is, is Doug the mug?
Okay, has anyone spoken to him?
TYRONE: He hasn't been home since the night of the party, but the neighbor says that that's not unusual for him.
The secretary said she knew him.
We're looking in to that.
And shouldn't we be speaking again to Gio MacGowan?
He implied that he barely saw Paul, but he was at his offices three days before he was killed.
BLAIR: Carmela would have us believe that they're all one big family, but that's clearly not how Gio sees it.
Running out of stuff here.
Well, maybe their relation shifted after Gio's dad died, so let's take a look at that.
And, what about the, um, the lawyer's card?
Uh, it's a personal injury firm.
There's a partial number on the card, so we're cross referencing Glasgow firms.
Maybe someone got hurt on one of Paul's renovation contracts.
Or the lawyer had a premonition that Paul would be involved in an accident that wasn't his fault.
(phone chimes) (Annika sighs) What have you got?
Cause of death... cardiac arrest.
So he didn't drown?
But they did find some water in the lungs, and it wasn't water from the Clyde.
BLAIR: Black fibers found in his mouth, throat, and lungs from a cloth held over his mouth.
Lacerations on his arms and legs consistent with him being restrained.
Bottles of water at the crime scene.
Was he water boarded?
My money's on the stapler.
Don't feel you have to look after me.
I'll stay as long as you want.
(birds chirping) (birds squawking) Water boarding is calculated and precise, but this one looks kind of amateur.
I'm guessing they used a couple of cable ties to keep him under control.
ANNIKA: Well, plus he died of a heart attack during it, so they might not even have meant to kill him.
BLAIR: Do you think they were after information and it went wrong?
(sighs) The Inquisition was the first to use water boarding.
They weren't interested in information.
Just an admission of guilt.
So you think Paul had something to confess?
Hm, haven't we all?
(quickly): My wee sister stayed over at yours the other night!
I mean, they were pretty cozy at the time, but...
Which time, what?
When they came over to mine.
But I didn't know that they'd started seeing each other.
♪ ♪ Right.
Uh... so, I, I wonder if they saw, um...
Because, I mean, I was also... (sighs) Okay, right.
(exhales) ♪ ♪ (birds chirping) Well, that was lovely.
Really delicate flavors.
Again, thank you.
Okay, I get it.
(clears throat) You're competing for the best way of saying bland.
He did really well, I've had years of practice.
That was really good, honestly, thank you.
Did you say there was ice cream?
Did you make it?
I did not.
What a shame-- may I use the bathroom?
First on the left.
(silverware clattering) Is this okay for you, Morgan?
He's funnier than he was in the therapy room.
So I invited him round in the spirit of openness.
(door closes) Are you okay?
I'm making a pitch for the spirit of openness here, and I'm inviting you to be similarly... open.
I think he really likes you.
Don't change the subject.
I've opened myself up here.
JAKE: Um, it's a cupboard.
First on the left, it's a cupboard.
(phone ringing) Sorry.
(phone ringing) Hang on.
(phone ringing) You can go in the loch if you want.
Don't go in the loch-- hello?
BLAIR (on phone): We've got the waiter's address.
Okay, send me a text, I'll meet you there.
(hangs up phone) Slight change of plan.
Uh, I'm really sorry.
Second on the left, spirit of openness.
♪ ♪ (birds squawking) SYD: I didn't work on the boat that night.
I had a stomach bug I couldn't shake, that's why I offered the shift to Veer.
Do you have an address for him?
Oh, he's my flatmate.
He's not left the flat since.
(lightly knocks) (knocks louder) This is the police, you need to open this door.
Want me to force it?
Oh, there's no lock on it.
BLAIR: He knew we were coming.
SYD: He put up his own camera to watch the CCTV on the street.
I think it only makes sense if you do as many mushrooms as he does.
BLAIR: Check out the position of the street camera.
Shunted like the boat CCTV.
So what state was he in when he came back that night?
I stayed out of his way.
He can be pretty scary when he's high.
Which recently is all the time.
You might wanna take a look at this.
Veer's internet search history.
MORGAN: Do you want me to explain the rules again for you slowly?
Just be clear when we're starting.
Can't say yes or no, and we're starting now.
Are you a therapist with a specialism in childhood trauma?
Well, you don't have to sound so cheerful about it!
Are all the questions gonna be this personal?
You'll have to see.
Have you been married before?
Once-- is that a problem?
Not, not necessarily.
Were you mean to her?
We're still friends-- have you been married before?
Because I think you're hiding something from your mum.
Hey, no follow-ups... is my mum your girlfriend?
I'd like her to be.
Even though you've tasted her cooking?
Well, you've had more than me.
And you've stuck around.
Do you worry about dating a detective?
I thought you said no follow-ups.
She went to work during dinner.
She's got an important job.
Are you okay with us being together?
Is it important what I think?
Very important, to both of us.
I miss talking to you, actually.
Well, it's not the same though.
Us talking here, and us talking in my office.
Feels the same.
I like it.
It can't be the same, Morgan.
Not if I'm with your mum.
You understand that?
(gasps) I said yes!
(laughs) You win.
(chuckles) ♪ ♪ MICHAEL: You cooked him what?
ANNIKA (on phone): It's a kind of Greek stew.
Did you say what it was out loud?
No, I'd only read the recipe, and I was rushed, and, I... Yeah, I hadn't really thought what it sounded like.
I mean, they covered it really well, but it was literally all anyone could think about while they ate it.
It all seemed to go on for hours.
I'm just wondering if it was worse than doing beef stifado.
(laughs) God, no.
MICHAEL: So, Veer's left us high and dry.
Except he's the one that's high; it seems he's, he's hooked on hallucinogenic drugs.
Flatmate's gonna call us at the first sign of him.
Do you think he's our killer?
I think he's taking so many mushrooms he doesn't seem in control of his actions.
Are you on your boat?
I left Jake having ice cream with my daughter.
Free therapy, clever.
Listen, Doug Macrae was in dispute with Paul.
He was refusing to pay for shoddy work.
His files were deleted from his laptop the day we requisitioned it.
I think we should pay the secretary a visit.
What did you cook for dinner?
Egg and chips.
♪ ♪ (dishes clattering) Did you eat all the ice cream?
JAKE: We saved you some.
Has Morgan gone up to her room?
Mm, about an hour ago.
So do you think it would be okay if we... or, right, okay.
Uh, yeah, sorry for running, I should've said that first.
Whoa, no it's, no, it isn't that, no.
Morgan and I had fun.
Yeah, she's delighted to have her old therapist back.
Well, the first time talking outside of your office was always gonna be weird.
And it probably doesn't help that she's not yet connected with her new therapist.
It's just a question of, Timing.
(word catches) I know.
(sighs) So, Agamemnon, uh, sacrificed his daughter because he needed a sailing wind, but if he'd just waited, it would've come, and he could've had it all.
So we wait till the wind blows.
Like Agamemnon should've done.
Our usual trick here is you send me home with some stew.
So you have to come back to return my, uh, Tupperware.
I already miss those times.
Tupperware times, best times.
(sniffs) How long did you agree to wait?
Didn't put a timescale on it.
I'm sure you'll manage, there's lots of distractions.
Well, you didn't kiss him.
How do you know?
Then why aren't you with him?
Well, maybe I will be, now he's free.
(knocks) (sighs) He's not here.
(woman moaning, bed creaking) Oh.
(bed creaking) Is that...?
Okay, I'm gonna barge in.
(knocks) (belt buckling) MICHAEL: Do you want to do the Greek stew gag or shall I?
What, stifado or kokkinisto?
I'd go stifado.
MICHAEL: So you stole money from Paul's safe, gave it to Doug, staged a break-in, and then deleted all Doug's files to cover it up.
LOUISE: It's not stealing when it's money Doug was owed.
Except you kept an extra grand for yourself.
I work hard for Paul.
ANNIKA: Did Paul see it that way when he confronted you?
He liked having one over me, it made him feel powerful.
Did he try to sleep with you, Louise?
Paul loved his wife; it was his only redeeming feature.
And even if he had tried it, I'm not that tacky.
This is a photograph of you on the night he was killed.
Can you describe your outfit for the tape?
It's a black maxi dress.
Black fibers were found in Paul's mouth and lungs.
And your dress was described as torn by the end of the evening.
Did you hold it over his mouth as you poured water down his throat?
I could never do that.
It would've been easier to cable tie his ankles, the wrists, as part of the seduction, then you'd be free to teach him a lesson.
ANNIKA: Until his heart gave out.
We know that you were below deck at the time Paul died.
I wasn't anywhere near him.
I can prove it.
And the reason my dress was ripped, just let me have my phone.
(recording of Louise moaning) We know the time stamp clears Louise and Doug, you don't need to watch to the end.
Is there a name for people who go at it as much as this in public?
Uh, yeah I, I believe they call them, um, uh, young.
Veer's shown up at his flat, and he's kicking off about the change of locks.
I'll come with you.
(pounding on door) Syd, you open this door!
You open this door, Syd, you open this door!
This is my home!
You made me do that shift!
Why can't you just leave me alone, eh?
Open this door!
(pounding) I don't think you're gonna get in that way.
Mind your own business.
This is my business, mate.
I'm a police officer.
(stammering): You should arrest Syd for locking me out my home.
Well, let's clear this up at the station and maybe I will.
(pounds on door) (groans) (panting) I just want a quiet life.
To be unwatched.
I hear you mate, I do.
So come on, we'll talk it through, and I'll get somebody to look at that hand, hm?
♪ ♪ Come on, you're almost there.
It's all right.
No, you don't just wanna talk!
♪ ♪ (dog barking) ♪ ♪ (muttering) ...watching me...
Looking... (sniffles) (quietly) Stop looking at me.
Stop watching me... (groans) Okay, okay, it's all right.
It's all right, just take a breath.
(panting) (bird squawking) So, the medics won't be finished with Veer any time soon.
It's not just his hand that's messed up, he's taken a lot of drugs.
So he admitted moving the CCTV camera on the boat?
Yeah, he's done it all over Glasgow.
He thinks he's being watched.
He denies killing Paul, but to be honest, he has no motive.
Well, we're digging in to Paul's past to see who might.
Lots of small-scale stuff, and the odd unpleasant eviction, but nothing to warrant a water boarding.
Paul's pendant is engraved.
The one found at the scene wasn't.
So whose pendant do we have?
BLAIR: Gaynor said Paul's pendant was given to him by his father.
TYRONE: Maybe Paul did the same for his godson, Gio.
And the registrar emailed this morning with Gio's father's death certificate.
It's a form of cancer called mesothelioma.
That's a nasty one, that's caused by inhaling asbestos, I think.
How long does it take to develop?
BLAIR: Can be decades.
"Mesothelioma leads to an excess of liquid in the pleura which can make a sufferer feel like they are drowning."
So, pretty much how it might feel to be water boarded.
ANNIKA: I need to talk to Gaynor and I need you to be elsewhere.
MICHAEL: Carmela, can we have a wee chat, is that all right?
(plastic crinkling) Why did you tell us this was Paul's?
(grunts) There's no engraving.
I didn't notice.
But you did, you checked the back.
Who does it belong to?
Paul always meant to have it engraved for him, but he never got round to it.
And where's Paul's St. Christopher?
Bottom of the Clyde.
Did Gio's dad help renovate Paul's boat for the Millennium?
Was that where he was exposed to the asbestos that caused his cancer?
Carmela and I wondered, but the men always denied it.
And what about Gio?
(door closes) Did he think helping Paul with the boat was the reason his dad died?
GIO: I know it was.
But Dad didn't help Paul strip the boat.
Dad did all of it.
Paul stayed well clear.
Everyone insisted the cancer wasn't caused by that boat.
GIO: Dad couldn't accept that his best friend would put him in danger.
I'm sorry, Auntie Gaynor, but it's true.
(tearfully): I can't...
There's a box in the other room, I'll go, I'll go!
I need a minute.
ANNIKA: You were angry with Paul.
He took your dad from you.
He took more than my dad from me.
You stripped the boat, too?
No, Gio was at school.
I was suspended, for fighting.
Dad said he would keep it secret if I worked hard enough helping him.
But you're not... no.
No, it's just the asthma flaring up, it's...
I was diagnosed last week with mesothelioma.
CARMELA: My boy.
CARMELA: My wee boy, why... Why didn't you tell me?!
I didn't want you to fuss over me.
The way you did with dad.
You confronted Paul in his office?
I thought he'd be devastated.
But he was only worried whether I'd sue.
I didn't want his money.
I just wanted a lawyer to find out if Paul knowingly put me and my dad in danger.
You wanted a confession.
I didn't kill him.
Your St. Christopher was found in the room where Paul was murdered.
Gaynor's identified it as the one Paul gave you.
I had thrown it at him.
At his office, you know, when I told him I was dying.
Auntie Gaynor knows that.
She was there.
MICHAEL: Mrs. Gilbride?
You were pictured wearing a black scarf that night, but you weren't wearing it when I met you.
I lent it to Gaynor.
I know where you'll find her.
(birds squawking) After sacrificing his daughter and winning the war, Agamemnon stepped off that boat to a hero's return, all organized by his wife.
She greeted him in front of the crowds with smiles and sweetness, took him inside, laid on a spread, waited until he was in the bath, and strangled him and stabbed him.
Never underestimate a wife's capacity for revenge.
Can't see any sign of her.
Would she come here?
She tried to change the venue when she found out about Gio.
How can you have a party on a boat that killed Gio's dad?
And now him?
She wants this boat under the water.
I'll check downstairs.
(door closes) ♪ ♪ (gasoline pouring) Stay back!
(groans) (exhales) I know you hate this boat.
And all it means.
But don't do this to yourself.
Then got off the boat!
Did you get your confession?
Did he know the boat was dangerous?
Yes, he knew, of course he did.
(striking lighter) You didn't mean to kill him, okay?
When his heart gave out, you, you had to improvise, you're improvising now!
I loved Paul so much, when he bought Gio the St. Christopher, I put it round his neck, so the weight of what he'd done to that child would crush him.
Tell Carmela I'm sorry.
(flames ignite, Gaynor screams) (screaming) (water splashing, steam hissing) Oh.
(gasping) (Gaynor coughing) MICHAEL: It's okay.
(gasping, coughing) MICHAEL: It's okay, I've got you.
(birds twittering) (keys jangling) You're back early.
(drops keys) (grunts) Have you been smoking?
(sniffs) Mmm, no.
I'm about to go out, actually.
And tell me, don't tell me, it's fine.
It's a school thing.
Or it's an Erin thing?
(birds squawking) I get it.
Some things are simpler when they're secret.
Something happen with Jake?
We've decided to take it slow.
'Cause of me?
'Cause of us.
Go and enjoy your time with Erin.
(sighs) You'll need those if you're coming with us.
(indistinct chatter, giggling) ♪ Throw a line ♪ ♪ We are ♪ ♪ Shadows, blaze inside ♪ MORGAN: Yeah, come on, come on!
♪ This light will shine ♪ (girls laughing) ♪ Unbroken tonight ♪ I mean the wind's blowing a bit, isn't it?
(girls shouting gleefully) (click) ♪ ♪ ANNIKA: I need to talk to you about the victim last night, She's got your brother down as next of kin.
TYRONE: We've got a report of a domestic disturbance about three weeks ago.
You're in a whole load of trouble.
So, have you found the killer?
No, because someone keeps getting in my bloody way!
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♪ ♪ (woman vocalizing) ♪ ♪ NICOLA WALKER: The landscape in Scotland works so perfectly for a unit that exists on boats.
It's just been a gift, location after location has just been staggeringly beautiful.
♪ ♪ KATIE LEUNG: I am getting to see parts of Scotland I've never seen in my life.
Being by the, by the water is really nice.
UKWELI ROACH: I'm loving filming in Scotland, this is my first time ever filming up here.
I love being on the water, it's been fun.
However, jumping in the water, um, as much as I love diving, and I've only ever scuba dived in countries that are tropical, so to jump into freezing cold lochs was an experience I won't forget.
But it was a lot of fun afterwards, once you feel exhilarated, and all your blood is up and your mind is tingling.
Hey, these work, don't they?
They do, can you feel it?
SYLVIE FURNEAUX: We've definitely experienced all the four seasons.
Especially filming in winter, it's been absolutely freezing.
But I think it's going to look really beautiful, and I think it's going to show off Scotland really well.
ARABELLA PAGE CROFT: I think Scotland is a strong character in our series itself, the grand and sweeping landscape, the wonderful waterways, and lochs and rivers that we're seeing.
You know, there is an elemental sense to Scotland that I think we're trying to get to the heart of the show as much as anything.
NICK WALKER: For this particular series, we're interested in the west coast.
So we wanted to anchor it in Glasgow, because we wanted to put the Clyde at the heart of this series as the sort of arterial route toward all the other crimes that we solved, you know?
And the Clyde itself has just got this extraordinarily rich sort of heritage itself, which isn't necessarily mythical, but it's like post-industrial as well and it's just so much, you know, so much is going on as you go up and down the Clyde, that it felt like, "Well, that's our environment, that's where we set it."
And, and it has access to the sea, and when you've got access to the sea, you've got access to thousands and thousands of miles of coast.
And so it felt like it was a really rich starting point.
Annika's house is on the Clyde.
The homicide unit is on the Clyde.
Everything starts from the water.
(bird squawking) PAGE CROFT: I mean we have been blessed with this location.
It is simply amazing to have found the Beacon Theater here in Greenock.
You know, to have the glass straight onto the Clyde estuary is phenomenal, and we've obviously been able to take it over and to create the police station here.
What we get for free is this view of the Clyde.
It's just water as far as you can see through these huge glass windows.
It totally ties in who these people are and what they do for their day job.
You know, it's seamless.
I think it's so clever.
And they've also done that with Annika's own home.
PHILIP JOHN: You know, we went out of our way to cover things with wide angles so we get huge vistas, big skies, we get sea, you get all the kind of edge of the weather.
You know, it's not just a cop show, and it's not just about Annika the character, it's about a life so that the sea is always present, and the weather is always present.
NICOLA WALKER: Thing about the sea is it changes so quickly, and the weather here changes very, very quickly.
But whatever it does, it's really interesting to look at.
You know, it doesn't ever do dull, it doesn't ever do sort of boring weather, it's always dramatic.
Whatever it throws at you, it, it feels like it's telling... it's, it's got its chin out and it's telling you something.
NIC LAWSON: The changeability in the weather definitely brings another element to the series.
So we do get a lot of drama out of it.
The low winter sun is great, the big clouds, when they build up, are fantastic.
Um, it's been quite a challenge for the cast and the crew, but when you see it on camera, it's very, very dramatic.
KIERAN PARKER: Whilst the weather changes sometimes for the bad, it always looks great.
You've got to be ready to capture it, and you've got to have a crew that can, that can really handle that.
And I think the Scottish crews, I've said this a lot, they're a hardy bunch, and so they're used to this kind of being outside and being exposed to the elements.
And I think that is testament to those guys, because this has been a particularly hard shoot, shooting over the winter, on the water.
But we've managed to get through it.
We're a Scottish production company, and Scottish producers, and I always feel really privileged to live in Scotland and to look at our mountains and our hills and our glens and our lochs and our rivers and our waterways.
So it's wonderful to have created this show in Scotland, in our wonderful, fantastic, special landscape, and be able to invite the audience to see this part of the world that we know and love so well.
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