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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,560 --> 00:00:04,120 You haven't got the guts. 2 00:00:04,120 --> 00:00:06,640 Little mousy Megan! 3 00:00:06,640 --> 00:00:09,240 If only people knew. 4 00:00:09,240 --> 00:00:10,480 That gun's not even... 5 00:00:19,800 --> 00:00:21,520 PEOPLE CHAT, MUSIC PLAYS 6 00:01:01,040 --> 00:01:03,080 CHURCH BELL CHIMES 7 00:01:09,840 --> 00:01:12,200 Found it in the wardrobe at home. Mm-hm. 8 00:01:12,200 --> 00:01:14,800 Must've been DI Hulme's. Mm. 9 00:01:14,800 --> 00:01:17,800 Why don't you do all the red bits first? 10 00:01:17,800 --> 00:01:19,840 Do you know how wrong that statement is? 11 00:01:19,840 --> 00:01:23,000 Start at the corners, then the edges, then the middle. 12 00:01:23,000 --> 00:01:25,160 Just like a case. How's your prisoner? 13 00:01:25,160 --> 00:01:28,280 What prisoner? The drunk and disorderly from last night, minor assault. 14 00:01:28,280 --> 00:01:31,920 He's still not happy. Why? Didn't he like your cooking? 15 00:01:31,920 --> 00:01:35,520 Says he wants to go home. And his wife's been calling every ten minutes. 16 00:01:35,520 --> 00:01:38,040 Then tell her to keep a tighter rein on him. 17 00:01:40,320 --> 00:01:42,720 Can someone help me? What is it? 18 00:01:45,000 --> 00:01:47,800 It's my husband. He's dead. 19 00:01:49,240 --> 00:01:51,320 I shot him. 20 00:02:34,000 --> 00:02:37,600 It's OK, OK. You don't have to come. Look, here... 21 00:02:41,560 --> 00:02:42,960 (Get her a drink of water.) 22 00:02:52,320 --> 00:02:54,520 Is it bad? 23 00:02:54,520 --> 00:02:55,920 Yeah. 24 00:02:55,920 --> 00:02:58,000 There's no-one here. 25 00:03:34,760 --> 00:03:38,440 A woman confesses to murder and there's no body, no blood. 26 00:03:38,440 --> 00:03:40,840 More than that, the entire site looks like it's been cleansed. 27 00:03:40,840 --> 00:03:45,720 The tide could have cleaned the blood from the sand. Maybe it took the body too. 28 00:03:45,720 --> 00:03:48,360 Call the coastguard. I want a sweep of this entire coastline. 29 00:03:48,360 --> 00:03:50,920 In this heat, he'll bloat and float pretty quickly. 30 00:03:54,560 --> 00:03:57,360 I know it's tough, Megan, but I need you to tell me exactly what happened. 31 00:03:57,360 --> 00:04:00,440 Lucas just stormed off. 32 00:04:00,440 --> 00:04:05,160 I tried to stop him, but when I caught up, he went for me. 33 00:04:05,160 --> 00:04:07,960 I grabbed something to protect myself. I think it was a rock. 34 00:04:09,320 --> 00:04:11,640 When he fell, I saw a gun in the sand. 35 00:04:11,640 --> 00:04:14,320 I think that's what he must have hit me with. 36 00:04:14,320 --> 00:04:16,320 You haven't got the guts! 37 00:04:16,320 --> 00:04:19,720 Ha, look at you - little mousy Megan. 38 00:04:19,720 --> 00:04:21,880 If people only knew... 39 00:04:21,880 --> 00:04:23,200 That gun's not even... 40 00:04:24,240 --> 00:04:26,400 So what did you do with the gun? 41 00:04:26,400 --> 00:04:29,240 I dropped it - on the sand, beside him. 42 00:04:31,960 --> 00:04:35,160 Was it unusual for him to be violent towards you in that way? 43 00:04:38,600 --> 00:04:40,760 Er, here, sorry... 44 00:04:41,920 --> 00:04:43,320 Thank you. 45 00:04:46,200 --> 00:04:48,000 Where did the gun come from? I don't know. 46 00:04:48,000 --> 00:04:50,000 You've never seen him with a gun before? No. 47 00:04:51,920 --> 00:04:53,760 What's going to happen to me? 48 00:04:54,800 --> 00:04:57,520 Well, I... I'm so frightened. 49 00:05:01,320 --> 00:05:03,680 If you shot someone, why didn't you report it right away? 50 00:05:03,680 --> 00:05:06,280 I don't know, I was scared. Er, I just walked. 51 00:05:06,280 --> 00:05:07,840 She was probably in shock. 52 00:05:09,040 --> 00:05:12,600 Where are you staying? With friends. They have a house here. 53 00:05:12,600 --> 00:05:16,400 We came over to celebrate their anniversary. 54 00:05:19,480 --> 00:05:21,920 It happened as I told you. I swear. 55 00:05:24,640 --> 00:05:25,680 Come on, come on. 56 00:05:29,440 --> 00:05:30,520 'OK, Mr Knight...' 57 00:05:30,520 --> 00:05:32,680 you're being released without charge, 58 00:05:32,680 --> 00:05:36,960 but now that you've been cautioned, should you commit any similar offence whilst on the island, 59 00:05:36,960 --> 00:05:38,440 it will be taken into account, OK? 60 00:05:38,440 --> 00:05:41,120 I didn't commit any bloody offence. 61 00:05:41,120 --> 00:05:44,160 You know, we can always put you back in the cell. 62 00:05:45,480 --> 00:05:46,840 How do I get out of here? 63 00:05:50,520 --> 00:05:51,880 This way. 64 00:05:55,720 --> 00:05:58,040 She doesn't look like a killer. 65 00:05:58,040 --> 00:05:59,240 Too pretty? 66 00:05:59,240 --> 00:06:00,920 No, she just seems so... 67 00:06:02,800 --> 00:06:06,520 ..innocent. Apart from just confessing to murdering her husband? 68 00:06:06,520 --> 00:06:08,360 You know what I think? 69 00:06:08,360 --> 00:06:11,160 Someone spiked her drink, she had a bad dream. 70 00:06:11,160 --> 00:06:12,680 Woke up and thinks it's real. 71 00:06:12,680 --> 00:06:14,560 And her injuries? 72 00:06:14,560 --> 00:06:18,240 OK, so she had too many cocktails, fell over, cracked her head 73 00:06:18,240 --> 00:06:20,520 and went a bit mental. Super. 74 00:06:20,520 --> 00:06:23,160 I look forward to bringing the Commissioner up to speed. 75 00:06:23,160 --> 00:06:25,520 "Hmm, we had a woman confess to murdering her husband 76 00:06:25,520 --> 00:06:27,920 "and after an exhaustive investigation, 77 00:06:27,920 --> 00:06:31,640 "we are of the considered opinion that she 'went a bit mental." 78 00:06:31,640 --> 00:06:35,040 Drugs? Thank you, Dwayne. Go and take care of Mrs Talbot. 79 00:06:36,160 --> 00:06:38,640 You're being very...considerate. 80 00:06:38,640 --> 00:06:41,000 Bearing in mind she's just committed a murder. 81 00:06:41,000 --> 00:06:44,000 Ah! Well, we haven't established THAT. 82 00:06:44,000 --> 00:06:47,080 I mean, it's hard to confirm a murder's even taken place, without a body. 83 00:06:47,080 --> 00:06:50,400 Wow, you like her, don't you? 84 00:06:50,400 --> 00:06:51,960 Pile of nonsense. 85 00:06:51,960 --> 00:06:56,480 Oh? English, softly spoken... I bet she's just your type. 86 00:06:56,480 --> 00:06:58,200 Not strictly true. 87 00:06:58,200 --> 00:07:00,120 You were holding hands! 88 00:07:00,120 --> 00:07:02,360 I?! Yeah, you! 89 00:07:02,360 --> 00:07:04,280 She... 90 00:07:04,280 --> 00:07:06,400 WE weren't holding hands, she was holding MY hand. 91 00:07:06,400 --> 00:07:08,000 Mm-hm. 92 00:07:08,000 --> 00:07:09,160 You'd like her to be innocent 93 00:07:09,160 --> 00:07:13,600 so you can run barefoot across the sand and make wild love in the surf. 94 00:07:13,600 --> 00:07:16,280 Not only is that inaccurate, Camille, it's also childish, 95 00:07:16,280 --> 00:07:18,360 fanciful and unhygienic. 96 00:07:25,080 --> 00:07:27,480 We'll need to do a full written statement under caution. 97 00:07:27,480 --> 00:07:29,600 Of course, whatever you say. 98 00:07:29,600 --> 00:07:33,600 Don't worry, we'll explain everything fully as we go along. Camille? 99 00:07:35,120 --> 00:07:38,120 Would you take Mrs Talbot through, please? 100 00:07:38,120 --> 00:07:39,440 Yes, sir. 101 00:07:39,440 --> 00:07:41,080 So - what happened? 102 00:07:41,080 --> 00:07:42,120 Crazy woman. 103 00:07:42,120 --> 00:07:43,560 Went all the way there, nothing. 104 00:07:43,560 --> 00:07:45,480 No body? No nothing. 105 00:07:45,480 --> 00:07:48,120 I need you to go back to the beach. 106 00:07:48,120 --> 00:07:49,360 What for? If there WAS a gun, 107 00:07:49,360 --> 00:07:51,640 the tide wouldn't be able to carry it out, would it? 108 00:07:51,640 --> 00:07:54,440 I mean a body, maybe - it would float - but a gun's too heavy. 109 00:07:54,440 --> 00:07:57,480 If the tide dragged it, it'd just get stuck in the sand, correct? 110 00:07:57,480 --> 00:07:59,520 I guess so. 111 00:07:59,520 --> 00:08:03,320 Yeah, take a metal detector, concentrate on the area where Mrs Talbot said the body was. 112 00:08:03,320 --> 00:08:04,480 Yes, sir. 113 00:08:08,600 --> 00:08:10,640 What happens now? 114 00:08:10,640 --> 00:08:13,880 Well, I've given it some thought and without a body, 115 00:08:13,880 --> 00:08:16,320 it's difficult to simply take this statement at face value. 116 00:08:16,320 --> 00:08:19,400 So, I think it'll be fine for you to go back to your villa 117 00:08:19,400 --> 00:08:21,880 and we'll carry on with our investigation. 118 00:08:21,880 --> 00:08:23,920 Oh, but you must surrender your passport. 119 00:08:23,920 --> 00:08:26,200 It's just a formality. 120 00:08:26,200 --> 00:08:27,320 I understand. 121 00:08:29,600 --> 00:08:32,240 Er, thank you. 122 00:08:32,240 --> 00:08:33,800 Yes, thank you. 123 00:08:33,800 --> 00:08:37,840 Er... Right, let's get you home. 124 00:09:22,880 --> 00:09:24,800 Megan, where on earth have you been? 125 00:09:24,800 --> 00:09:26,920 And where's Lucas? 126 00:09:29,520 --> 00:09:30,800 Mrs Knight? 127 00:09:30,800 --> 00:09:34,080 Detective Inspector Richard Poole. Detective Sergeant Camille Bordey. 128 00:09:34,080 --> 00:09:36,680 Honore police. May we come in? 129 00:09:36,680 --> 00:09:38,280 Of course. 130 00:09:44,440 --> 00:09:47,240 Patrick, darling. It's the police. 131 00:09:49,640 --> 00:09:50,920 Patrick?! 132 00:09:54,160 --> 00:09:55,960 What's happened? 133 00:09:55,960 --> 00:09:58,840 METAL DETECTOR CLICKS 134 00:10:20,320 --> 00:10:22,880 Oh, my God, that's awful. 135 00:10:22,880 --> 00:10:25,280 Can I ask when you last saw Mr Talbot? 136 00:10:25,280 --> 00:10:26,760 It, it was last night. 137 00:10:26,760 --> 00:10:30,720 We were supposed to have dinner together at Pierre's. 138 00:10:30,720 --> 00:10:33,000 Lucas arrived very late and very drunk. 139 00:10:33,000 --> 00:10:35,360 He caused a scene. I had to take him outside. 140 00:10:35,360 --> 00:10:39,360 And he and Megan were arguing and he strode off and she went after him. 141 00:10:39,360 --> 00:10:41,720 And you didn't see either Mr or Mrs Talbot again? 142 00:10:41,720 --> 00:10:44,520 No. I, I came straight home. 143 00:10:45,680 --> 00:10:47,000 Is that a rain tree? 144 00:10:49,680 --> 00:10:52,360 Yes, it is. You don't see many of those over here, do you? 145 00:10:52,360 --> 00:10:54,320 It's all palms and coconuts. 146 00:10:54,320 --> 00:10:56,160 But...wow! 147 00:10:56,160 --> 00:10:57,600 Look at that. 148 00:10:58,640 --> 00:11:01,040 Magnificent specimen. 149 00:11:01,040 --> 00:11:02,760 Huh. That's made my day. 150 00:11:02,760 --> 00:11:05,720 So...what about you, Mr Knight? 151 00:11:05,720 --> 00:11:07,600 Did you see Mr or Mrs Talbot again? 152 00:11:07,600 --> 00:11:10,720 Of course I didn't. I was arrested. 153 00:11:10,720 --> 00:11:11,960 Excuse me? 154 00:11:11,960 --> 00:11:14,400 Do you lot actually talk to each other? 155 00:11:14,400 --> 00:11:16,440 I took Lucas out of the restaurant to stop him trashing the place. 156 00:11:16,440 --> 00:11:18,080 One of your officers saw me punching him, 157 00:11:18,080 --> 00:11:20,600 got the wrong end of the stick and arrested me. 158 00:11:20,600 --> 00:11:23,200 I spent the night in your cells. 159 00:11:23,200 --> 00:11:25,160 I see. 160 00:11:25,160 --> 00:11:27,480 Right. Well, there you are. 161 00:11:27,480 --> 00:11:29,800 Megan doesn't want to stay here. 162 00:11:35,680 --> 00:11:37,400 CAR RADIO ON 163 00:11:44,360 --> 00:11:46,720 Gregory! Morning, Dwayne. 164 00:11:48,120 --> 00:11:49,200 How's it going? 165 00:11:50,240 --> 00:11:51,880 How long you been here? 166 00:11:51,880 --> 00:11:53,160 Oh, half an hour. 167 00:11:53,160 --> 00:11:56,480 Looks like you've been here all night. 168 00:11:56,480 --> 00:12:00,680 No way, I just parked up, I was just going to do some fishing, that's all. 169 00:12:02,800 --> 00:12:04,480 You see any tourists on the beach last night? 170 00:12:04,480 --> 00:12:08,920 You hear anything? Like I said, I wasn't here last night. 171 00:12:08,920 --> 00:12:10,680 I hear what you're saying. 172 00:12:13,200 --> 00:12:17,400 But in 20 years, I've never heard the truth pass your lips. 173 00:12:19,400 --> 00:12:21,480 Come on. Out of the truck. 174 00:12:26,760 --> 00:12:28,360 Open it up. 175 00:12:34,480 --> 00:12:36,520 I never really fitted in here. 176 00:12:38,200 --> 00:12:40,360 Astrid and Lucas went to University together, 177 00:12:40,360 --> 00:12:43,680 she only put up with me cos of him, so now that he... 178 00:12:47,080 --> 00:12:50,520 I wish I'd never been dragged into this world. 179 00:12:50,520 --> 00:12:53,800 Er, is this the dress you were wearing last night? 180 00:12:53,800 --> 00:12:55,240 Yeah. 181 00:12:55,240 --> 00:12:58,760 I'm sorry, but we'll need to keep it. Of course. 182 00:12:58,760 --> 00:13:00,520 Sorry. 183 00:13:13,800 --> 00:13:18,120 I'll find a place in town. I know you don't want me here. Not really. You don't have to go. 184 00:13:18,120 --> 00:13:21,120 She's got a mind of her own, Patrick, she can do as she pleases. 185 00:13:21,120 --> 00:13:23,080 Is it true? 186 00:13:23,080 --> 00:13:24,880 What the police said? 187 00:13:26,680 --> 00:13:28,080 Lucas hurt me. 188 00:13:28,080 --> 00:13:29,480 Not just last night. 189 00:13:29,480 --> 00:13:31,680 I know you don't want to believe it, but it's true. 190 00:13:31,680 --> 00:13:32,840 Well, Lucas had his problems... 191 00:13:32,840 --> 00:13:34,400 He hit me, Astrid. 192 00:13:34,400 --> 00:13:38,480 You're a sensitive soul. You feel things other people would shrug off. 193 00:13:38,480 --> 00:13:39,680 Like this? 194 00:13:41,280 --> 00:13:42,920 Or this? 195 00:13:44,880 --> 00:13:46,600 I want to go now. 196 00:13:54,120 --> 00:13:56,600 All right, one thing. Do either of you own a gun? 197 00:13:58,160 --> 00:14:03,320 Of course we don't. No, no. No, no. No - thank you. 198 00:14:07,440 --> 00:14:09,000 Allow me. 199 00:14:48,840 --> 00:14:50,320 Who's that? 200 00:14:50,320 --> 00:14:53,200 Greg Collins - he was parked up by the beach. 201 00:14:53,200 --> 00:14:54,480 Doing what? 202 00:14:54,480 --> 00:14:56,480 Knowing Greg? Nothing good. 203 00:15:16,000 --> 00:15:18,480 Room 25. 204 00:15:18,480 --> 00:15:19,600 In case you want to visit. 205 00:15:19,600 --> 00:15:22,240 I know what you're doing and it won't work. And what is that? 206 00:15:23,600 --> 00:15:25,280 These insinuations. 207 00:15:25,280 --> 00:15:28,400 About Mrs Talbot. What, you don't think she's pretty? 208 00:15:30,480 --> 00:15:33,040 Yes. No. Which is it? 209 00:15:33,040 --> 00:15:35,560 Neither. I'm a police officer, she's a potential suspect, 210 00:15:35,560 --> 00:15:37,240 it would be inappropriate to have an opinion. 211 00:15:37,240 --> 00:15:39,480 So now she's only a "potential" suspect? Yeah. 212 00:15:39,480 --> 00:15:41,760 Despite us having a full confession? 213 00:15:41,760 --> 00:15:44,720 No, I believe she told us honestly what she thinks happened, but... 214 00:15:44,720 --> 00:15:48,880 There's blood on her dress. She admitted her husband had been violent towards her before, 215 00:15:48,880 --> 00:15:52,080 that she feared for her life. We haven't found a body. 216 00:15:52,080 --> 00:15:55,240 That doesn't make her innocent. It doesn't make her guilty, either. 217 00:15:57,520 --> 00:15:59,840 So you don't believe she murdered her husband? 218 00:16:04,840 --> 00:16:06,520 Yeah. I think that's very likely. 219 00:16:06,520 --> 00:16:10,360 But to be sure, to be absolutely sure, we need a body. 220 00:16:12,320 --> 00:16:14,080 RADIO: 'Come in, car one.' 221 00:16:17,520 --> 00:16:19,480 Go ahead, Dwayne. 222 00:16:19,480 --> 00:16:21,360 'We found the body.' 223 00:16:30,680 --> 00:16:34,200 Got caught up in the props of a fishing boat on its way back in. 224 00:16:43,640 --> 00:16:47,000 So you think cause of death was the gunshot wound? 225 00:16:47,000 --> 00:16:48,560 Much obliged. 226 00:16:52,920 --> 00:16:55,200 What's the verdict? Shot in the head. 227 00:16:55,200 --> 00:16:57,640 Must have been dead before he hit the ground. 228 00:17:00,400 --> 00:17:02,280 She said she shot twice. 229 00:17:02,280 --> 00:17:04,160 Yeah. Unlikely they both hit. 230 00:17:04,160 --> 00:17:06,360 He has other injuries. 231 00:17:06,360 --> 00:17:09,640 Hmm, probably propeller contact. The coroner can confirm. 232 00:17:11,160 --> 00:17:12,640 Look - his stopwatch is running. 233 00:17:12,640 --> 00:17:13,920 Really? 234 00:17:15,320 --> 00:17:16,680 Turn it off. 235 00:17:16,680 --> 00:17:18,960 One hour 23 minutes. 236 00:17:22,200 --> 00:17:23,960 Huh... 237 00:17:25,160 --> 00:17:28,160 Hello. Where did that come from? Caught behind the watch. 238 00:17:28,160 --> 00:17:31,720 Oh, doesn't match his jacket. 239 00:17:32,440 --> 00:17:34,200 Hang on... 240 00:17:36,600 --> 00:17:38,840 Fidel! Sir! 241 00:17:38,840 --> 00:17:42,280 Take this phone and put it in a large bag and fill it with rice. 242 00:17:42,280 --> 00:17:47,000 Rice, sir? Yeah, make sure it's well covered, it'll soak up the moisture. 243 00:17:47,000 --> 00:17:49,880 And do NOT turn it on! Sir. 244 00:17:51,600 --> 00:17:54,360 Looks like it happened just as she said. 245 00:17:54,360 --> 00:17:56,800 She shot him in the head, the tide took him out. 246 00:18:00,880 --> 00:18:04,760 You want me to do it? No. I'll do it. 247 00:18:05,920 --> 00:18:07,520 Fidel. 248 00:18:22,120 --> 00:18:23,240 Hello. 249 00:18:27,920 --> 00:18:31,040 Megan Talbot, I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder 250 00:18:31,040 --> 00:18:32,440 of Lucas Talbot. 251 00:18:32,440 --> 00:18:34,400 You do not have to say anything, but it may harm your defence 252 00:18:34,400 --> 00:18:37,760 if you do not mention when questioned something you later rely on in court. 253 00:18:37,760 --> 00:18:40,640 Anything you do say may be given as evidence. Do you understand? 254 00:18:46,040 --> 00:18:49,400 I've got the best duty solicitor on the island on her way. 255 00:18:49,400 --> 00:18:53,280 I don't want one. Just talk to her, OK? They're here to make things easier. 256 00:18:53,280 --> 00:18:55,680 This man...hurt you. 257 00:18:55,680 --> 00:18:57,640 I think you have every right to claim self-defence. 258 00:18:59,200 --> 00:19:02,520 Oh, er... Can I just ask one last thing? 259 00:19:03,880 --> 00:19:06,720 Er, have you ever seen this before? 260 00:19:06,720 --> 00:19:09,600 From an item of yours or your husband's clothing, perhaps? 261 00:19:09,600 --> 00:19:11,240 I don't think so. 262 00:19:11,240 --> 00:19:13,000 No. 263 00:19:22,600 --> 00:19:23,880 Leave it! 264 00:19:27,600 --> 00:19:29,720 You arrested Patrick Knight, didn't you? 265 00:19:29,720 --> 00:19:30,920 Yes, sir. 266 00:19:30,920 --> 00:19:33,520 The other man was on the floor, he was punching him. 267 00:19:33,520 --> 00:19:35,040 That must have been Lucas Talbot. 268 00:19:35,040 --> 00:19:37,480 I dragged him off - he resisted, so I handcuffed him. 269 00:19:37,480 --> 00:19:38,800 And Lucas Talbot? 270 00:19:38,800 --> 00:19:42,240 By the time I'd got Mr Knight in the car, he'd gone. 271 00:19:42,240 --> 00:19:44,840 Does anyone know why they were arguing? No, sir. 272 00:19:49,640 --> 00:19:52,200 I just don't understand why she can't explain any of this. 273 00:19:52,200 --> 00:19:54,520 The button could be flotsam. 274 00:19:54,520 --> 00:19:56,560 But ONE button? Behind the watch, though? 275 00:19:56,560 --> 00:19:58,960 And the stopwatch - an hour and 23 minutes. 276 00:19:58,960 --> 00:20:02,040 We've got times and places. We've got blood on her dress. 277 00:20:02,040 --> 00:20:05,800 We've got a body AND we've got a confession. All the pieces are there. 278 00:20:09,280 --> 00:20:10,560 Yes, they are. 279 00:20:14,320 --> 00:20:17,640 Do you think Megan Talbot shot her husband? 280 00:20:22,360 --> 00:20:24,320 Yes. Then it's over. Come on. 281 00:20:24,320 --> 00:20:26,000 I'll buy you a cup of tea. 282 00:20:33,000 --> 00:20:36,960 You know what? Life would be a lot easier if everyone just came in and confessed. True. 283 00:20:36,960 --> 00:20:39,680 No struggling to find clues. Interviewing witnesses. 284 00:20:39,680 --> 00:20:42,160 Just an open-and-shut case every time. 285 00:20:42,160 --> 00:20:43,920 I'll drink to that. Cheers. 286 00:20:43,920 --> 00:20:46,160 Cheers. 287 00:20:47,720 --> 00:20:49,040 Inspector? 288 00:20:49,040 --> 00:20:51,880 Where did he get the gun? And why wasn't it on the beach? 289 00:20:51,880 --> 00:20:55,200 What? Look, if the body WAS taken out by the tide, 290 00:20:55,200 --> 00:20:56,760 where's the gun? Perhaps she lied - 291 00:20:56,760 --> 00:20:59,280 she could have thrown it into the sea. But why? 292 00:20:59,280 --> 00:21:01,480 I mean, if you come into a police station confessing to 293 00:21:01,480 --> 00:21:04,000 murdering your husband, why lie about what you did with the gun? 294 00:21:04,000 --> 00:21:07,040 It doesn't make sense. Well, maybe she was confused. Couldn't remember things properly. 295 00:21:07,040 --> 00:21:09,200 You said yourself she must have been in shock. 296 00:21:11,040 --> 00:21:12,080 Hmm, it's possible. 297 00:21:13,840 --> 00:21:15,920 But what about the button behind the watch? How does that fit in? 298 00:21:15,920 --> 00:21:19,440 And, hey - something else is really irritating me. Really? 299 00:21:19,440 --> 00:21:20,960 Patrick Knight. 300 00:21:22,120 --> 00:21:24,120 Now as I understand it, he was belligerent 301 00:21:24,120 --> 00:21:27,040 and complaining about his night in the cells. So? 302 00:21:27,040 --> 00:21:30,880 So when we went to the house and his wife called him 303 00:21:30,880 --> 00:21:34,120 to say that we were the police, do you know what he said? 304 00:21:34,120 --> 00:21:36,400 "What's happened?" 305 00:21:36,400 --> 00:21:38,880 Look, come on - think about it logically. 306 00:21:38,880 --> 00:21:41,680 If you'd been what you thought was wrongfully arrested, 307 00:21:41,680 --> 00:21:45,080 spent a night in the cells, then been released and then the police turned up at the house, 308 00:21:45,080 --> 00:21:47,400 well - wouldn't you assume it was all connected? 309 00:21:47,400 --> 00:21:50,560 I mean, wouldn't your first reaction on hearing the police were at the door, 310 00:21:50,560 --> 00:21:53,600 be to... I don't know - jump to conclusions 311 00:21:53,600 --> 00:21:56,600 and, er, complain about police harassment or something, yeah? 312 00:21:56,600 --> 00:21:58,880 But he just said, "What's happened?" 313 00:22:00,600 --> 00:22:03,880 Maman, what would you say if the police came to your house? 314 00:22:03,880 --> 00:22:05,600 What's the first thing you'd ask? 315 00:22:06,600 --> 00:22:07,640 What's happened? 316 00:22:07,640 --> 00:22:10,840 Yeah - OK. Now say you've just been released from the cells. 317 00:22:10,840 --> 00:22:11,960 What have I done? 318 00:22:11,960 --> 00:22:14,000 What? 319 00:22:14,000 --> 00:22:16,840 Am I guilty or innocent? Sorry, does that matter? 320 00:22:16,840 --> 00:22:19,000 You tell me, you're the policeman. 321 00:22:19,000 --> 00:22:20,960 OK, er...you're guilty. 322 00:22:22,040 --> 00:22:23,560 Then why have you released me? 323 00:22:24,920 --> 00:22:26,840 OK... Look, forget it. 324 00:22:26,840 --> 00:22:30,200 Ignore his reaction if you want to. I'm clearly on my own here. 325 00:22:30,200 --> 00:22:33,000 But no gun, the button, the stopwatch. 326 00:22:34,400 --> 00:22:36,120 They all mean something. 327 00:22:37,200 --> 00:22:40,040 Did we get any statements from the staff at the restaurant where they ate? 328 00:22:40,040 --> 00:22:41,680 I was going to do it this afternoon. 329 00:22:41,680 --> 00:22:43,720 Let's do it now. But we've just got here. 330 00:22:43,720 --> 00:22:47,160 Look, even if Mrs Talbot's guilty and her confession's true, 331 00:22:47,160 --> 00:22:49,400 that's no excuse for shoddy police work. 332 00:22:49,400 --> 00:22:52,600 We'll still need to provide all the necessary evidence for the prosecution. Or the defence. 333 00:22:52,600 --> 00:22:54,920 Hmm - that too. Dwayne... 334 00:22:54,920 --> 00:22:57,840 Mrs Knight said that Lucas Talbot was very late for dinner 335 00:22:57,840 --> 00:23:00,320 and very drunk. Find out where he was drinking and Fidel, 336 00:23:00,320 --> 00:23:04,680 check with the UK, find out what you can about Astrid and Patrick Knight and the victim, too. 337 00:23:04,680 --> 00:23:06,920 Yes, sir. Come on. Chop, chop! 338 00:23:15,760 --> 00:23:17,640 Pierre is the best seafood chef on the island. 339 00:23:17,640 --> 00:23:19,760 Yeah, I'm not a big fan of seafood, if I'm honest. 340 00:23:19,760 --> 00:23:21,360 Most of it has eyes. 341 00:23:21,360 --> 00:23:24,320 A bit disconcerting to eat something while it's staring back at you. 342 00:23:24,320 --> 00:23:25,400 Hey, Camille! Hey. 343 00:23:25,400 --> 00:23:28,640 Good to see you. We've got some beautiful lobster in today. 344 00:23:28,640 --> 00:23:31,360 Mr... Um, Pierre. 345 00:23:31,360 --> 00:23:34,640 I gather you had a party of four in here last night? 346 00:23:34,640 --> 00:23:37,760 Name of Knight? Several weeks on the island of Saint-Marie 347 00:23:37,760 --> 00:23:42,240 and this is your first time in here, am I right, Mr...UK Policeman? 348 00:23:42,240 --> 00:23:43,760 That's correct. 349 00:23:43,760 --> 00:23:47,600 Though I have really, really been meaning to sample your menu. Well, what's stopped you? 350 00:23:47,600 --> 00:23:49,360 Murders, mainly. 351 00:23:49,360 --> 00:23:50,960 They wreak havoc with the appetite. 352 00:23:54,320 --> 00:23:57,240 I see. You're not going to help because I haven't eaten here? 353 00:23:57,240 --> 00:24:02,880 Isn't that a bit childish? I think what the Inspector means is, he'd love to try the Pierre Platter. 354 00:24:02,880 --> 00:24:06,560 Wouldn't you? Do I really have to go through this charade to get police work done? (Yes.) 355 00:24:09,800 --> 00:24:13,360 I would LOVE to try the Pierre Platter. 356 00:24:14,480 --> 00:24:16,600 Mr and Mrs Knight were here last night with a lady. 357 00:24:16,600 --> 00:24:19,760 Mrs Talbot? Quite petite, blonde hair, very pretty? 358 00:24:19,760 --> 00:24:21,680 Yes, that sounds like her. 359 00:24:21,680 --> 00:24:25,280 Then the other man came in drunk, right after nine, started shouting. 360 00:24:25,280 --> 00:24:28,160 He was very abusive, so Mr Knight took him outside. 361 00:24:28,160 --> 00:24:31,320 That was it? Well, there was a lot of shouting in the car park, 362 00:24:31,320 --> 00:24:33,200 so one of my staff called the police. 363 00:24:34,760 --> 00:24:37,000 Why don't you see it for yourself while I prepare your lunch. 364 00:24:37,000 --> 00:24:39,480 We have it on security camera. Oh. 365 00:24:41,360 --> 00:24:43,080 Oh, that's him. 366 00:24:50,080 --> 00:24:51,880 Ah! I wish I knew what they were saying. 367 00:24:51,880 --> 00:24:55,120 It's there in the body language. I don't speak 'body language'. 368 00:24:55,120 --> 00:24:56,960 I only took Latin and Mandarin. 369 00:24:58,000 --> 00:24:59,200 Lucas Talbot is angry. 370 00:25:00,520 --> 00:25:02,840 He wants to go back inside. 371 00:25:15,680 --> 00:25:20,160 So we don't really know who he was angry with. His wife. Why? 372 00:25:20,160 --> 00:25:23,520 Because he was trying to get back in the restaurant, 373 00:25:23,520 --> 00:25:25,880 Mr Knight was stopping him doing so. 374 00:25:25,880 --> 00:25:28,720 Phew... Good grief. 375 00:25:30,440 --> 00:25:33,440 So, how is the food? 376 00:25:36,240 --> 00:25:38,120 I feel like Poseidon himself. 377 00:25:40,000 --> 00:25:43,520 Tell me, do you recognise this button? 378 00:25:46,240 --> 00:25:50,720 No. Really? There's nothing in the restaurant it could have come from? 379 00:25:50,720 --> 00:25:52,560 I'm sorry, no. 380 00:25:52,560 --> 00:25:57,720 Never mind, uh, thank you. Now, please enjoy. Thank you. 381 00:25:59,160 --> 00:26:00,520 Ah, Pierre. 382 00:26:02,440 --> 00:26:04,560 Smells good. 383 00:26:04,560 --> 00:26:06,160 So? 384 00:26:08,280 --> 00:26:13,080 Well, it seems like Lucas Talbot drank in every bar in Honore before he got here last night. 385 00:26:13,080 --> 00:26:14,680 He must have been steaming. 386 00:26:14,680 --> 00:26:18,040 I talked to people who saw him drinking and from what I can make out, 387 00:26:18,040 --> 00:26:20,320 he just sat alone, texting on his mobile phone. 388 00:26:20,320 --> 00:26:23,080 He left the last bar on the harbour about 9pm. 389 00:26:23,080 --> 00:26:25,480 That fits with the time he arrived here. 390 00:26:25,480 --> 00:26:27,800 Ah, these were calling me all along the street. 391 00:26:27,800 --> 00:26:30,720 OK, so, I ran all three names through the computer, 392 00:26:30,720 --> 00:26:35,040 Lucas Talbot first, he has three previous arrests on suspicion of assault, 393 00:26:35,040 --> 00:26:38,160 all reported by women he was in a relationship with. 394 00:26:38,160 --> 00:26:42,320 His company which organised VIP social events went into liquidation last month. 395 00:26:42,320 --> 00:26:44,320 Not much on Patrick and Astrid Knight. 396 00:26:44,320 --> 00:26:46,960 No convictions, nothing so much as a parking fine. 397 00:26:46,960 --> 00:26:48,560 She's very wealthy, though. She is? 398 00:26:48,560 --> 00:26:53,000 It looks like Mrs Knight already had all the money when they got married. 399 00:26:53,000 --> 00:26:54,560 I pulled these off the internet. 400 00:26:54,560 --> 00:26:58,320 She runs a celebrity PR company which protects high-profile clients from the press. 401 00:26:58,320 --> 00:27:01,760 When they get into trouble, she's the first person they call. 402 00:27:01,760 --> 00:27:03,640 And Patrick Knight? 403 00:27:03,640 --> 00:27:07,880 He was a journalist when they met, but he's just started his own management company, 404 00:27:07,880 --> 00:27:12,880 so it seems he's trying to even things up. OK, good... So, Astrid and Patrick Knight 405 00:27:12,880 --> 00:27:16,080 help protect reputations and cover up improprieties. 406 00:27:16,080 --> 00:27:18,680 I wonder what they'd do if someone came to them 407 00:27:18,680 --> 00:27:22,560 saying they'd just murdered their husband? 408 00:27:22,560 --> 00:27:25,800 I am still not sure why we're back here. 409 00:27:25,800 --> 00:27:28,640 Because we may have a body and a confession, and yes, 410 00:27:28,640 --> 00:27:32,520 I'm prepared to accept that Megan Talbot may very well be the killer, 411 00:27:32,520 --> 00:27:35,600 but what we don't have is the truth. I'm certain of it. 412 00:27:35,600 --> 00:27:38,960 A truth that will at the very least explain the button, 413 00:27:38,960 --> 00:27:42,840 the stopwatch set at an hour and 23 minutes, and what happened to the gun. 414 00:27:42,840 --> 00:27:46,080 And you think that they know something they haven't told us? 415 00:27:46,080 --> 00:27:48,080 Yes, I do. 416 00:27:48,080 --> 00:27:50,080 OK, what's the plan? 417 00:27:50,080 --> 00:27:51,760 I don't have one. 418 00:27:51,760 --> 00:27:56,080 Mrs Knight, I wonder if we might ask you a few more questions. 419 00:27:56,080 --> 00:28:00,400 Megan left some things, I've boxed them up in case they're needed. 420 00:28:00,400 --> 00:28:02,360 How very efficient of you. I try. 421 00:28:02,360 --> 00:28:06,840 Though efficiency must be second nature to you, in your line of work. 422 00:28:06,840 --> 00:28:10,720 Public relations, isn't it? You've been doing your homework, Inspector. 423 00:28:10,720 --> 00:28:12,600 It's second nature to me, I'm afraid. 424 00:28:12,600 --> 00:28:14,280 I've just lost a very dear friend 425 00:28:14,280 --> 00:28:18,680 and his wife has confessed to his murder. Keeping busy helps to keep my mind off that. 426 00:28:18,680 --> 00:28:24,000 Of course. Though I have to admit, I do find it intriguing. What is? 427 00:28:24,000 --> 00:28:28,160 Well, should Mrs Talbot have contacted you, how you might have advised her... 428 00:28:28,160 --> 00:28:32,320 in your professional capacity. Are you suggesting that's what happened? 429 00:28:32,320 --> 00:28:37,160 You tell me. I'm very good at what I do. I'm sure you are. 430 00:28:37,160 --> 00:28:40,480 So, if someone came and told me they'd murdered their husband, 431 00:28:40,480 --> 00:28:44,040 I very much doubt my advice would be to go and confess all to the police. 432 00:28:46,600 --> 00:28:48,720 Can I get you some tea? 433 00:28:48,720 --> 00:28:51,080 That would be very nice, thank you. 434 00:28:58,240 --> 00:29:02,040 That sounded very much like you were accusing my wife of something. 435 00:29:02,040 --> 00:29:05,440 Really? I'm terribly sorry, that wasn't my intention. 436 00:29:15,360 --> 00:29:17,320 (What are you doing?) 437 00:29:20,120 --> 00:29:21,680 (You and that button.) 438 00:29:23,560 --> 00:29:25,880 (You keep them talking.) 439 00:29:26,960 --> 00:29:30,680 No, no, no, no, YOU keep them talking. I'll check the buttons. 440 00:29:47,720 --> 00:29:50,440 Your colleague has been a long time in the bathroom. 441 00:29:50,440 --> 00:29:52,960 I'm sure she's fine. Perhaps I should check. 442 00:29:52,960 --> 00:29:55,040 You know, this tea is a splendid colour! 443 00:29:55,040 --> 00:29:59,080 I'll be honest with you, I've had a lot of, er, difficulty with tea on Saint-Marie. 444 00:29:59,080 --> 00:30:01,520 Real difficulty. 445 00:30:01,520 --> 00:30:03,720 I don't know what it is... 446 00:30:04,680 --> 00:30:09,240 ..it just doesn't spank the palette as it should. Have you found that? 447 00:30:09,240 --> 00:30:14,360 I really think we should go and see if she's all right... As I say, an excellent colour. 448 00:30:14,360 --> 00:30:17,200 Sandy. Golden. Nice oranges coming through there. 449 00:30:17,200 --> 00:30:18,520 Do you mind? 450 00:30:20,880 --> 00:30:22,560 Oooh... 451 00:30:24,720 --> 00:30:27,080 And, er, the real clincher, of course, 452 00:30:27,080 --> 00:30:29,320 is the taste. 453 00:30:31,800 --> 00:30:35,800 Oh, er, no, that's awful...sorry... No, wait... 454 00:30:41,000 --> 00:30:46,600 What on earth are you doing? Is this not Mrs Talbot's room? 455 00:30:46,600 --> 00:30:50,200 No, it's not. And even if it was, you need permission to conduct a search. 456 00:30:50,200 --> 00:30:53,520 I know the law, inside out. You're right. We do. 457 00:30:55,200 --> 00:30:56,760 I must ask you to leave. 458 00:31:02,400 --> 00:31:04,000 Had you had the decency to ask, 459 00:31:04,000 --> 00:31:07,520 I'm sure we would have been happy to show you anything you wanted. 460 00:31:07,520 --> 00:31:13,240 Then, er, can I ask what you and Mr Talbot were arguing about outside the restaurant last night? 461 00:31:13,240 --> 00:31:17,120 He was drunk, I was trying to convince him to go home. 462 00:31:17,120 --> 00:31:20,200 By punching him? It got out of hand. 463 00:31:20,200 --> 00:31:22,720 Mr Talbot had serious financial difficulties. 464 00:31:22,720 --> 00:31:24,720 Were you aware of them? No. 465 00:31:24,720 --> 00:31:28,840 So you were his friends, yet he didn't share his financial concerns? 466 00:31:28,840 --> 00:31:30,640 Well... Lucas was a very proud man. 467 00:31:30,640 --> 00:31:33,640 If he'd have asked, I'd have helped him. But he didn't. 468 00:31:33,640 --> 00:31:38,320 Why are you asking all these questions, Inspector? It's as though we're under suspicion. 469 00:31:38,320 --> 00:31:42,880 Why would you think that? We've already told you everything we know, yet here you are again. 470 00:31:42,880 --> 00:31:45,640 It's my job. You take it very seriously, don't you? 471 00:31:45,640 --> 00:31:49,080 Is that what the British police do with the nasty ones these days? 472 00:31:49,080 --> 00:31:52,160 Post them overseas? Were you a bit of a bully back in the UK? 473 00:31:55,200 --> 00:31:58,200 One thing I am not, madam, is a bully. 474 00:31:59,440 --> 00:32:03,760 Then perhaps you will leave us alone to grieve over our dear friend in peace. 475 00:32:10,000 --> 00:32:12,600 I wouldn't like to get the wrong side of her. 476 00:32:12,600 --> 00:32:16,240 The lady doth protest too much, methinks. 477 00:32:17,720 --> 00:32:21,680 Call Dwayne, have him and Fidel watch the house. 478 00:32:42,520 --> 00:32:47,440 You're not going to eat that there, are you? Juliette made it for me. 479 00:32:47,440 --> 00:32:50,640 Slow-releasing carbs are what's needed for a long stakeout. 480 00:32:52,800 --> 00:32:56,720 I should've asked her to pack some doughnuts for afters. 481 00:32:56,720 --> 00:33:00,440 That's what you eat on a stakeout, isn't it? Doughnuts? 482 00:33:04,160 --> 00:33:07,720 All I've got is a yoghurt. Not the same, really, is it? 483 00:33:09,880 --> 00:33:13,560 We could go and get some doughnuts, I suppose. 484 00:33:13,560 --> 00:33:14,880 ENGINE REVS 485 00:33:14,880 --> 00:33:18,440 I was joking, forget the doughnuts, what if they move while we're gone? 486 00:33:20,040 --> 00:33:21,080 What? 487 00:33:24,720 --> 00:33:26,320 Oh... 488 00:33:31,880 --> 00:33:35,160 You know, even if Astrid and Patrick are involved somehow, 489 00:33:35,160 --> 00:33:39,080 Megan Talbot still shot her husband. She'll still go to prison. 490 00:33:39,080 --> 00:33:43,200 She seems so...fragile, I'm not sure she'll cope. 491 00:33:43,200 --> 00:33:44,880 Not our concern. 492 00:33:46,600 --> 00:33:48,960 No. No, no, no. You want her to be innocent 493 00:33:48,960 --> 00:33:52,400 because you like her, but it doesn't work that way. 494 00:33:52,400 --> 00:33:56,160 She was beaten by her husband. It just seems....unfair. 495 00:33:56,160 --> 00:33:58,280 Yes, it is. 496 00:34:01,320 --> 00:34:07,080 I'm sorry I teased you about her. I don't really think you fancy her. 497 00:34:07,080 --> 00:34:08,320 Or do you? 498 00:34:09,680 --> 00:34:11,360 No. 499 00:34:14,160 --> 00:34:15,440 Yeah, that's lovely, huh? 500 00:34:16,360 --> 00:34:19,280 What, the boat? It's just painted firewood. 501 00:34:19,280 --> 00:34:21,160 Poor old boaty. I bet it had one tiny hole 502 00:34:21,160 --> 00:34:24,280 and it lay here waiting for its owner to come and fix it up 503 00:34:24,280 --> 00:34:25,720 but it never happened. 504 00:34:25,720 --> 00:34:29,160 It's just a rotten old rowing boat. Don't anthropomorphise it. 505 00:34:29,160 --> 00:34:31,200 It hasn't actually got any feelings. 506 00:34:31,200 --> 00:34:36,040 It's got more than you. Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't... It's OK. 507 00:34:36,040 --> 00:34:38,000 Look, I've got some stuff to read. 508 00:34:38,920 --> 00:34:40,440 You sure she's not in there? 509 00:34:41,680 --> 00:34:43,280 Sorry. 510 00:34:45,000 --> 00:34:50,480 Oh, you know that Dwayne saw someone parked near the beach where the body was supposed to be? 511 00:34:50,480 --> 00:34:53,600 No... A local small-time thief called Greg Collins. 512 00:34:53,600 --> 00:34:56,360 So I thought I might drive there on my way home, 513 00:34:56,360 --> 00:34:58,240 see if anyone's parked there. 514 00:34:58,240 --> 00:35:01,680 Be careful. I will. Good night, sir. 515 00:35:01,680 --> 00:35:03,160 Good night, Camille. 516 00:35:58,200 --> 00:36:02,360 Why did she stop there? I don't know. She dumped something. 517 00:36:02,360 --> 00:36:05,640 Get sifting. I always have to go through the rubbish. 518 00:36:05,640 --> 00:36:07,680 Isn't it your turn to get stinky? 519 00:36:07,680 --> 00:36:09,960 Imagine if you find a gun or something? 520 00:36:09,960 --> 00:36:12,600 The inspector will be really impressed. 521 00:37:05,640 --> 00:37:08,400 We've been through it all three times. No gun. 522 00:37:08,400 --> 00:37:12,080 Nothing suspicious at all. PHONE RINGS 523 00:37:13,920 --> 00:37:16,240 Hello? Camille? 524 00:37:24,200 --> 00:37:25,440 Camille? 525 00:37:25,440 --> 00:37:28,840 Come and have a look at this. Are you all right? A couple of bruises, 526 00:37:28,840 --> 00:37:33,360 it's my own fault. I should have called for back-up. Did you see who it was? 527 00:37:33,360 --> 00:37:35,000 No, but it was the same pickup truck 528 00:37:35,000 --> 00:37:38,160 so Dwayne is sure it was Greg Collins and he was in a hurry to leave. 529 00:37:38,160 --> 00:37:39,760 I found this by one of the holes. 530 00:37:39,760 --> 00:37:41,800 If he was fishing, why would he run? 531 00:37:43,080 --> 00:37:45,000 Huh? Bubble wrap? 532 00:37:46,760 --> 00:37:49,720 Are the maggots especially fragile over here? 533 00:37:52,480 --> 00:37:54,080 What is it? 534 00:37:56,720 --> 00:37:58,200 Two stakeouts in one night. 535 00:37:59,560 --> 00:38:01,560 Which one are you having, Dwayne? Greg. 536 00:38:01,560 --> 00:38:03,880 OK, I'll take the money man when he gets here. 537 00:38:03,880 --> 00:38:07,400 I'll seize the merchandise. Great, and I'll, I'll, er... 538 00:38:09,120 --> 00:38:11,080 What am I going to do? Back-up. 539 00:38:11,080 --> 00:38:14,400 Back-up? Great. OK. 540 00:38:14,400 --> 00:38:17,560 You do Greg, I'll do back-up. No, no. Greg's yours. 541 00:38:21,280 --> 00:38:22,880 We're on! 542 00:38:22,880 --> 00:38:24,720 OK, get into positions. 543 00:38:29,760 --> 00:38:32,760 Wait until he takes the cash. OK. 544 00:38:34,920 --> 00:38:39,800 Stop right there! Police! Come on, Gregory, give it up. Go away. 545 00:38:41,880 --> 00:38:44,440 Seriously, this is a big misunderstanding. Hmm. 546 00:38:45,920 --> 00:38:47,520 Hawksbill turtle eggs. 547 00:38:50,760 --> 00:38:52,800 You should be ashamed of yourselves. 548 00:38:58,520 --> 00:39:02,000 I didn't know if you took sugar, so I, er... Thank you. 549 00:39:02,000 --> 00:39:07,520 That's very kind of you. We should be able to get your bail sorted today. 550 00:39:13,800 --> 00:39:16,080 Three sugars. Out! 551 00:39:21,400 --> 00:39:26,320 Endangerment and theft of a protected species. 552 00:39:26,320 --> 00:39:29,240 Assault on a police officer. Oh, that was an accident. 553 00:39:29,240 --> 00:39:33,160 It's still assault. And with your history. Should be good for what? Three years? Easy. 554 00:39:33,160 --> 00:39:37,440 So what do you want? The beach where you assaulted Sergeant Bordey, 555 00:39:37,440 --> 00:39:41,080 there was a shooting there two nights ago. Is that right? 556 00:39:41,080 --> 00:39:43,120 You were parked there when it took place. 557 00:39:43,120 --> 00:39:46,480 You've got me mixed up with someone else. So you weren't there? No. 558 00:39:46,480 --> 00:39:49,600 OK, fine, see you in three years. 559 00:39:49,600 --> 00:39:51,080 OK, OK. 560 00:39:51,080 --> 00:39:54,960 I'll take the fine for the eggs, you drop the assault thing. 561 00:39:54,960 --> 00:39:57,240 What do we get in return? 562 00:39:58,520 --> 00:39:59,920 I think you WERE there, 563 00:39:59,920 --> 00:40:03,040 I think you saw a man and a woman pass you on the way to the beach. 564 00:40:03,040 --> 00:40:07,560 The question is, did you see anyone else? No, there was no-one else. 565 00:40:12,680 --> 00:40:17,880 Take his statement, would you? But I saw the woman, the one in the cell. 566 00:40:17,880 --> 00:40:20,160 Shooting the guy. 567 00:40:23,080 --> 00:40:26,200 Lucas! 'I was digging when I heard voices. 568 00:40:26,200 --> 00:40:30,160 'I panicked and ran, not realising I had dropped my gun.' 569 00:40:37,920 --> 00:40:40,600 Lucas! HE YELLS, SHE SCREAMS 570 00:40:42,040 --> 00:40:44,920 'He went to pick her up but she clumped him with a rock. 571 00:40:45,880 --> 00:40:47,560 'Picked up the gun...' 'And?' 572 00:40:47,560 --> 00:40:48,920 GUNSHOT 573 00:40:50,360 --> 00:40:52,920 Shot him. Dead! 574 00:40:54,080 --> 00:40:56,080 Well, what did she do with the gun? 575 00:40:56,080 --> 00:41:00,200 I don't know, I legged it back to the van. And you didn't report this because...? 576 00:41:00,200 --> 00:41:04,880 It was my gun, wasn't it? I mean, I only used it for rats and rabbits. But it was still mine. 577 00:41:04,880 --> 00:41:08,200 I went back in the morning to see if it was still there. 578 00:41:08,200 --> 00:41:12,920 But there was nothing, no gun and no body. That's when Dwayne moved me on. 579 00:41:16,640 --> 00:41:19,320 Autopsy report's in, Chief. 580 00:41:19,320 --> 00:41:21,680 Ohh... Go on. 581 00:41:21,680 --> 00:41:26,320 Bullet to the head was fatal, er, blood showed high levels of alcohol. 582 00:41:26,320 --> 00:41:29,240 Oh, and the other injury wasn't propeller damage, 583 00:41:29,240 --> 00:41:31,240 it was the second bullet. 584 00:41:31,240 --> 00:41:33,400 Bounced off his skull. 585 00:41:33,400 --> 00:41:35,560 Two shots. 586 00:41:35,560 --> 00:41:39,160 Just like she said. We also know where the gun came from 587 00:41:39,160 --> 00:41:42,200 and now we've got an eyewitness to add to the confession. 588 00:41:42,200 --> 00:41:45,480 No more room for doubt. No. 589 00:41:50,080 --> 00:41:52,760 Cheers! Cheers. 590 00:41:55,400 --> 00:41:58,920 OK, the button was just flotsam from the water. OK. 591 00:41:58,920 --> 00:42:02,000 The gun is in the sea somewhere. Yeah. Maybe. 592 00:42:02,000 --> 00:42:07,880 And the stopwatch was unrelated. Yeah. And so no more mystery. No. 593 00:42:07,880 --> 00:42:10,920 And, er, will you wait for her? Camille... 594 00:42:10,920 --> 00:42:15,600 20 years, it's a long time. I mean, you're a man, you've got needs. She'll understand, I'm sure. 595 00:42:17,920 --> 00:42:23,960 There is one thing. What? Who's the best marksman out of you three? 596 00:42:25,680 --> 00:42:28,560 OK, if Greg Collin's statement is right, 597 00:42:28,560 --> 00:42:34,120 Megan was around 12 feet from Lucas Talbot when she shot him. 598 00:42:36,960 --> 00:42:38,120 In your own time. 599 00:42:38,120 --> 00:42:42,640 The two shots hit less than two inches apart. Easy. 600 00:42:51,040 --> 00:42:55,440 Good. Now close your eyes. What, why? 601 00:42:55,440 --> 00:42:58,920 In Megan's statement, she had both her eyes tightly shut. 602 00:42:58,920 --> 00:43:02,440 Her hands were shaking too, but we'll ignore that for the time being. 603 00:43:02,440 --> 00:43:03,640 When you're ready! 604 00:43:14,000 --> 00:43:15,640 Strange... 605 00:43:15,640 --> 00:43:18,080 Megan Talbot, 606 00:43:18,080 --> 00:43:22,200 despite never having fired a gun before, having both eyes shut and hands shaking, 607 00:43:22,200 --> 00:43:27,120 fired two shots which hit inches apart from the same distance. 608 00:43:27,120 --> 00:43:29,320 Dwayne, are we missing something? 609 00:43:29,320 --> 00:43:32,720 Was Mrs Talbot a Navy SEAL or an MI5 agent? 610 00:43:32,720 --> 00:43:35,120 No, Chief. I thought not. 611 00:43:48,560 --> 00:43:50,920 Anyone know where this leads? 612 00:43:50,920 --> 00:43:55,200 It's a hiking trail into the woods. I don't think it goes anywhere. 613 00:43:55,200 --> 00:43:57,640 Follow it for a bit. See what you find on the way. 614 00:44:00,960 --> 00:44:03,520 Based on all the accounts we've heard, 615 00:44:03,520 --> 00:44:06,320 I still don't understand why we haven't found the gun. 616 00:44:06,320 --> 00:44:09,440 We went over the whole area with a metal detector. 617 00:44:09,440 --> 00:44:12,480 We couldn't find anything. Yeah. Because it was never here. 618 00:44:12,480 --> 00:44:15,760 Because it was moved. Because someone took it. But why? Who? 619 00:44:21,560 --> 00:44:23,960 And the damned button! 620 00:44:23,960 --> 00:44:26,840 I need to get back to the station. 621 00:44:41,720 --> 00:44:44,040 If people only knew! 622 00:44:44,040 --> 00:44:45,080 GUNSHOT 623 00:44:46,720 --> 00:44:48,760 What's happened? 624 00:44:51,200 --> 00:44:52,800 'Can someone help me?' 625 00:44:52,800 --> 00:44:54,880 Lucas! 626 00:44:54,880 --> 00:44:56,320 'It's my husband...' 627 00:44:56,320 --> 00:44:58,200 He's dead. 628 00:44:58,200 --> 00:45:00,080 I shot him. 629 00:45:31,880 --> 00:45:33,040 OK... 630 00:45:34,360 --> 00:45:35,720 What is it? 631 00:45:35,720 --> 00:45:40,840 Why is the most obvious thing always the hardest to see? 632 00:45:40,840 --> 00:45:42,360 What?! 633 00:45:42,360 --> 00:45:45,360 Dwayne, come in. I'm here, go ahead. 634 00:45:45,360 --> 00:45:49,000 Tell the chief I've found where the trail leads. He'll never guess. 635 00:45:49,000 --> 00:45:51,720 'The Knight House.' How did he do that? 636 00:45:52,880 --> 00:45:56,800 'OK, he probably knows they're getting ready to leave.' 637 00:45:56,800 --> 00:46:00,080 Unlock Mrs Talbot. Why? Put her in the car. 638 00:46:02,360 --> 00:46:04,920 Tell Fidel to meet us at the house. 639 00:46:04,920 --> 00:46:07,480 And I need you to go and collect something. Fidel. 640 00:46:07,480 --> 00:46:11,240 You've got it, haven't you? Not exactly. 641 00:46:11,240 --> 00:46:13,480 But you know why? 642 00:46:13,480 --> 00:46:14,880 Not fully. 643 00:46:14,880 --> 00:46:16,480 But at least we know how. 644 00:46:16,480 --> 00:46:18,960 Oh, yeah, I know how. 645 00:46:20,160 --> 00:46:22,800 Well, partly. 646 00:46:27,880 --> 00:46:31,560 Come on. I'm coming! What did you put in this? 647 00:46:31,560 --> 00:46:35,720 Oh, for God's sake, stop fannying about, just put them in the car! 648 00:46:55,120 --> 00:46:57,960 Excuse me, can I help you? Excuse me? 649 00:47:03,600 --> 00:47:05,480 What are you doing? 650 00:47:05,480 --> 00:47:08,320 Starting with the corners. 651 00:47:08,320 --> 00:47:09,920 Richard? 652 00:47:09,920 --> 00:47:11,760 Richard? Richard?! 653 00:47:13,680 --> 00:47:16,560 Of course, of course, of course, of course! 654 00:47:16,560 --> 00:47:20,640 Of course what? We've been advised by our lawyers to ask you to leave the premises. 655 00:47:20,640 --> 00:47:22,280 We won't be long. 656 00:47:23,480 --> 00:47:26,440 I just need a few minutes of your time. 657 00:47:30,600 --> 00:47:34,320 Why is SHE here? Excellent question. 658 00:47:35,360 --> 00:47:39,720 Mr Knight, would you mind passing that phone to Mrs Talbot? 659 00:47:43,920 --> 00:47:45,880 It's mine. 660 00:47:45,880 --> 00:47:47,400 I lost it a few days ago. 661 00:47:47,400 --> 00:47:51,960 The day you shot your husband? Yes. May I? 662 00:47:51,960 --> 00:47:54,520 We, er, found it on the victim's body 663 00:47:54,520 --> 00:47:56,960 after we pulled him out of the sea, 664 00:47:56,960 --> 00:47:59,320 so we of course assumed it was his. 665 00:47:59,320 --> 00:48:04,000 But once we could turn it on, we saw that the screensaver was in fact a photograph of Mr Talbot, 666 00:48:04,000 --> 00:48:09,600 which, unless he was extremely vain, meant it much more likely the phone belonged to his wife. 667 00:48:09,600 --> 00:48:12,000 But why would he have his wife's phone? 668 00:48:15,080 --> 00:48:18,280 Oh, you know, I usually enjoy this part, but, er, 669 00:48:18,280 --> 00:48:20,760 I have to confess to feeling slightly uneasy. 670 00:48:20,760 --> 00:48:23,920 I know how valuable friendship is, and marriage too. 671 00:48:23,920 --> 00:48:28,600 I don't want to, er, wreck one without good reason. 672 00:48:28,600 --> 00:48:32,360 So, Mr Knight, if you could confess to killing Mr Talbot, that would be great. 673 00:48:32,360 --> 00:48:36,320 What? And Mrs Knight, if you could confess to covering it up, 674 00:48:36,320 --> 00:48:38,040 that would be most appreciated. 675 00:48:40,680 --> 00:48:44,960 Go on. It'll be much easier. I suggest you leave right now. 676 00:48:44,960 --> 00:48:48,040 I will be making a formal complaint to your senior officer. 677 00:48:48,040 --> 00:48:52,280 You know full well Megan admitted to killing Lucas on the beach. 678 00:48:52,280 --> 00:48:56,240 But Lucas wasn't dead... on the beach. Not dead. 679 00:48:56,240 --> 00:48:58,720 The wound on the side of his head that we thought 680 00:48:58,720 --> 00:49:01,920 was caused by a propeller strike was one of two shots Megan took. 681 00:49:01,920 --> 00:49:07,320 That gun's not even... 'The bullet skimmed his head. It was enough to drop him to the floor.' 682 00:49:07,320 --> 00:49:12,360 Enough to cause substantial blood flow to make him lose consciousness. But it wasn't enough to kill him. 683 00:49:12,360 --> 00:49:15,560 The second shot missed. You shot your husband, Mrs Talbot. 684 00:49:15,560 --> 00:49:20,440 As my colleagues pointed out all along, that's irrefutable. But you didn't kill him. What? 685 00:49:23,080 --> 00:49:28,360 So let's ask ourselves, what would a man like this do in such a situation? 686 00:49:29,960 --> 00:49:32,640 'Waking up with the mother of all headaches, 687 00:49:32,640 --> 00:49:35,480 'would he go to the police to tell them he'd been shot, 688 00:49:35,480 --> 00:49:37,680 'seek justice in the correct way? 689 00:49:37,680 --> 00:49:40,720 'Or, would he seek revenge? 690 00:49:43,160 --> 00:49:46,240 'It was a long hike. Especially injured and disoriented. 691 00:49:46,240 --> 00:49:50,520 'I imagine it took him several hours to make his way through the woods but eventually, 692 00:49:50,520 --> 00:49:52,560 'he arrived here, on your lawn.' 693 00:49:52,560 --> 00:49:54,560 'Aren't you forgetting something?' 694 00:49:54,560 --> 00:49:56,040 Am I? 695 00:49:56,040 --> 00:49:58,360 You seem to be accusing me of killing Lucas, 696 00:49:58,360 --> 00:50:00,560 but I spent the night in one of your cells. 697 00:50:00,560 --> 00:50:05,120 Oh, yes, I was coming to that. You see, windows of opportunity can be large or small. 698 00:50:05,120 --> 00:50:06,600 Yours was tiny. 699 00:50:06,600 --> 00:50:11,600 Your window began when you arrived home after we released you and you saw Lucas Talbot. 700 00:50:11,600 --> 00:50:14,880 For reasons we shall come to, this sight terrified you. 701 00:50:14,880 --> 00:50:18,240 HE PANTS: Megan, Megan... left me for dead. 702 00:50:18,240 --> 00:50:20,480 Patrick, help me. 703 00:50:20,480 --> 00:50:22,720 'Patrick, is that you? 704 00:50:24,240 --> 00:50:26,240 'Patrick? Patrick!' 705 00:50:26,240 --> 00:50:28,120 GUNSHOT 706 00:50:29,360 --> 00:50:32,560 This was the fatal wound that we found on the body. 707 00:50:32,560 --> 00:50:36,040 From the same gun, but fired by Mr Knight, not by Mrs Talbot. 708 00:50:37,840 --> 00:50:43,680 I'm sure that Mr Knight concocted some kind of story to explain why Lucas attacked him? 709 00:50:43,680 --> 00:50:45,560 What was it? 710 00:50:45,560 --> 00:50:49,840 He, er, begged you for money, you refused, he threatened to kill you? 711 00:50:49,840 --> 00:50:52,840 But your next problem, was that having just killed Lucas, 712 00:50:52,840 --> 00:50:56,360 there were two police officers at your door. 713 00:50:57,480 --> 00:50:59,280 Right, get him in the shed. 714 00:50:59,280 --> 00:51:04,400 'This is when Mrs Knight's professional instinct kicked in to action. 715 00:51:05,680 --> 00:51:12,320 'The queen of the cover-up got to work, while Patrick hid the body and cleaned the mattress.' 716 00:51:15,520 --> 00:51:20,680 Where on earth have you been? And where's Lucas? Mrs Knight? Detective Inspector Richard Poole. 717 00:51:20,680 --> 00:51:25,080 This is Detective Sergeant Camille Bordey. Honore police. 718 00:51:25,080 --> 00:51:27,200 May we come in? Of course. 719 00:51:27,200 --> 00:51:31,000 Patrick, darling, it's the police. 720 00:51:32,200 --> 00:51:37,160 You have a very vivid imagination. It's the only explanation that fits the facts. 721 00:51:37,160 --> 00:51:41,480 Good luck getting a jury to agree with you. Obviously I have evidence. 722 00:51:41,480 --> 00:51:44,960 It was the first thing you took out of the dumpster, Fidel. 723 00:51:44,960 --> 00:51:47,760 Only we didn't know it. 724 00:51:49,040 --> 00:51:51,880 Not from an item of clothing. It's a stud. 725 00:51:53,720 --> 00:51:59,000 Torn from the sunbed when Mr Knight dragged Mr Talbot's corpse off. 726 00:52:05,920 --> 00:52:08,720 Once I knew where the button came from, 727 00:52:08,720 --> 00:52:11,760 it was clear that Mr Talbot couldn't have died on the beach. 728 00:52:11,760 --> 00:52:16,360 And as the watch snagged on the button, it started the stop watch function. 729 00:52:16,360 --> 00:52:20,160 Exactly. We arrived here at 9:30am, 730 00:52:20,160 --> 00:52:23,640 and I turned off the stopwatch 731 00:52:23,640 --> 00:52:27,840 at 10:53am...an hour and 23 minutes. The time it took for you 732 00:52:27,840 --> 00:52:32,400 to load the body into your car and drive it down to somewhere secluded enough to dump it into the sea. 733 00:52:32,400 --> 00:52:36,160 No doubt throwing the gun in after it, which explains why it was never found. 734 00:52:36,160 --> 00:52:37,760 This is a joke. I'm afraid not. 735 00:52:37,760 --> 00:52:41,760 You see, I've established means and opportunity. Everything fits. 736 00:52:41,760 --> 00:52:43,640 Which brings me back to motive. 737 00:52:43,640 --> 00:52:46,760 You see, reports of Mr Talbot drinking on the night of his death, 738 00:52:46,760 --> 00:52:49,360 all said that he was busy texting on his mobile phone. 739 00:52:49,360 --> 00:52:52,760 Which isn't strictly true on two counts. Firstly, 740 00:52:52,760 --> 00:52:57,160 he was READING text messages, and secondly, it wasn't his phone, remember? 741 00:52:57,160 --> 00:52:59,400 It was his wife's. 742 00:53:01,120 --> 00:53:04,840 There's an exchange of texts, quite graphic texts, in fact, 743 00:53:04,840 --> 00:53:08,040 between Mrs Talbot and her lover. 744 00:53:08,040 --> 00:53:10,440 There's no name, there's just a number. 745 00:53:12,280 --> 00:53:14,720 That's why I wanted Mrs Talbot here, 746 00:53:14,720 --> 00:53:17,880 so we could see her and Mr Knight together. 747 00:53:17,880 --> 00:53:20,760 Because they were your texts, weren't they, Mr Knight? 748 00:53:21,840 --> 00:53:25,720 You were having an affair with Mrs Talbot. 749 00:53:25,720 --> 00:53:29,280 That phone is dead! It was in the sea. This is all bluff. 750 00:53:29,280 --> 00:53:33,880 You're trying to stand up to a bigger man than yourself, Inspector, and you'll fail. 751 00:53:33,880 --> 00:53:37,280 In a bar, you could intimidate me, Mr Knight. But here, no. 752 00:53:37,280 --> 00:53:40,240 You stupid bastard! 753 00:53:44,800 --> 00:53:48,400 Mr Talbot discovered the affair after looking at his wife's mobile phone. 754 00:53:48,400 --> 00:53:51,960 He was drinking that night so he could get Dutch courage to confront you both. 755 00:53:51,960 --> 00:53:55,000 And he was threatening to go back into the restaurant 756 00:53:55,000 --> 00:53:57,200 to tell your wife - that's why you were punching him. 757 00:53:57,200 --> 00:54:00,200 And that what your argument on the beach was about, wasn't it? 758 00:54:00,200 --> 00:54:02,560 Little mousey Megan. 759 00:54:03,680 --> 00:54:05,320 If people only knew! 760 00:54:07,320 --> 00:54:12,280 You couldn't afford to have your affair exposed, could you? Not yet. 761 00:54:12,280 --> 00:54:17,520 Not whilst your wife was in the process of financing your new company. 762 00:54:17,520 --> 00:54:21,560 So the woman who prides herself on being in the know, 763 00:54:21,560 --> 00:54:26,040 on being in control and orchestrating things, 764 00:54:26,040 --> 00:54:30,720 was the one person in this entire sordid affair that didn't know the truth. 765 00:54:30,720 --> 00:54:35,160 You killed my best friend so you could steal his wife and MY money! 766 00:54:35,160 --> 00:54:36,800 Shut up! 767 00:54:36,800 --> 00:54:40,760 They can't prove any of this, our lawyers will tear them to shreds. 768 00:54:40,760 --> 00:54:44,400 MY lawyers, and they'll do nothing of the kind. 769 00:54:44,400 --> 00:54:46,480 Well, you'll go down, too! You helped me. 770 00:54:46,480 --> 00:54:50,920 A loyal wife trying to protect her philandering husband? I think I can work with that. 771 00:54:53,960 --> 00:54:58,080 Megan... You didn't kill your husband. 772 00:54:58,080 --> 00:55:00,960 But the truth is, you were far from innocent. 773 00:55:18,040 --> 00:55:21,560 The texts on here are all jumbled, I can't read them. 774 00:55:21,560 --> 00:55:24,080 Really? You bluffed him! 775 00:55:24,080 --> 00:55:26,760 Bullies always crumble when you stand your ground. 776 00:55:26,760 --> 00:55:29,320 I learned that one the hard way. 777 00:55:36,640 --> 00:55:39,120 So it's over now? Absolutely. 778 00:55:40,280 --> 00:55:43,440 Did you fancy her? No. She's not my type. 779 00:55:43,440 --> 00:55:45,520 Oh? What is your type? 780 00:55:45,520 --> 00:55:47,920 To be honest, I've never quite worked that out, 781 00:55:47,920 --> 00:55:51,760 but I suspect the women who shoot you in the head aren't too high up the list. 782 00:55:59,080 --> 00:56:00,480 Yes! 783 00:56:04,800 --> 00:56:08,240 Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes! 784 00:56:16,360 --> 00:56:19,480 KNOCKING Sir. Sir! 785 00:56:19,480 --> 00:56:21,640 One knock will suffice, thank you! 786 00:56:28,160 --> 00:56:29,920 What do you think? 787 00:56:29,920 --> 00:56:32,320 Well, I like the way you've painted it one colour 788 00:56:32,320 --> 00:56:35,440 instead of the 15 colours things have to be painted over here. 789 00:56:35,440 --> 00:56:39,240 Are you going to give her a test? What, out there? In the sea? No, no. 790 00:56:39,240 --> 00:56:41,240 On the road. 791 00:56:45,280 --> 00:56:46,640 Come on! 792 00:56:51,280 --> 00:56:54,520 So what do you think of the name? 793 00:56:54,520 --> 00:56:55,800 Perfect. 794 00:56:56,720 --> 00:56:58,520 Voila! 795 00:56:58,520 --> 00:57:01,640 Shouldn't this be champagne? On MY wages? 796 00:57:01,640 --> 00:57:04,520 Very well, I name this boat... 797 00:57:04,520 --> 00:57:08,480 Actually, it's probably not a good idea to spread glass on the beach. 798 00:57:08,480 --> 00:57:09,920 Er, Fidel? 799 00:57:12,080 --> 00:57:14,760 I name this boat Roast Beef. 800 00:57:14,760 --> 00:57:17,960 May God bless her and all who sail in her. 801 00:57:17,960 --> 00:57:19,600 THEY CLAP 802 00:57:25,000 --> 00:57:26,520 It's OK. It's OK. 803 00:57:26,520 --> 00:57:30,320 You can relax now. Don't push me! 804 00:57:30,320 --> 00:57:34,080 I am just trying to get you a drink! Sorry. 805 00:57:34,080 --> 00:57:37,320 That's what always used to happen at school. 806 00:57:37,320 --> 00:57:39,480 You're not at school anymore. 807 00:57:39,480 --> 00:57:41,920 You're here, on Saint-Marie with some friends. 808 00:57:41,920 --> 00:57:44,560 Colleagues, predominantly, but I take your point. 809 00:57:48,000 --> 00:57:50,480 Cheers. Cheers! Cheers! 810 00:57:50,480 --> 00:57:54,680 You know, strictly speaking, if we were to trace the path of the fishing boat, 811 00:57:54,680 --> 00:57:58,160 we should be able to locate the murder weapon. Sorry. 812 00:57:58,160 --> 00:58:00,840 Can we just have our drinks now? Why not? 813 00:58:00,840 --> 00:58:04,040 Live a little, that's what I say. Well, just a little, mind you. 814 00:58:04,040 --> 00:58:05,680 You don't want to go mad. 815 00:58:10,960 --> 00:58:13,680 He's officially in your custody. 816 00:58:13,680 --> 00:58:15,160 Nobody move! 817 00:58:15,160 --> 00:58:17,480 He's been murdered while handcuffed 818 00:58:17,480 --> 00:58:19,320 to one of our murder detectives! 819 00:58:19,320 --> 00:58:22,640 You didn't see who it was? You owe me 50 grand. 820 00:58:22,640 --> 00:58:24,040 Sex and money. 821 00:58:26,040 --> 00:58:27,840 This time, it's personal. 822 00:58:27,840 --> 00:58:29,280 That's her! 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