Fool Me Once (2024) s01e04 Episode Script

Episode 4

- [heart beating]
- [tense music playing]
[woman speaking indistinctly in distance]
[helicopters whirring in distance]
[man shouting indistinctly in distance]
- [woman screams]
- [man shouts]
[tense music building]
[music crescendoes]
- [Maya] Shane! Oh my God.
- Hey. Oh, whoa!
- You could've called out to me!
- Are you serious?
I was banging on the door.
You were screaming. Lily was crying.
- I was just trying to find you, wasn't I?
- Hey, sweetie. Hi.
Shall we put you back to bed?
The door and the phone
wouldn't wake up Mummy, would it?
Mummy had a silly nightmare, didn't she?
She was hiding behind the sofa, Maya.
- Behind the sofa.
- Okay.
Can I put her to bed first
before you start judging my parenting?
- You know that's not what I was doing.
- No, I don't.
Come on. Come on. [kissing]
- Come on, darling.
- Come here, just
- [sputtering] Give her me.
- No, I'll do it. I can do it.
You gotta start letting her
wear me out instead of you.
Are you going to wear me out?
Because Shane's tired?
Will you help me up the stairs, Lily?
- Is that okay, Mummy?
- [Maya] Go on, darling.
Yeah, come on. Let's go upstairs. Come on.
- [Maya] Go on, then. Good girl.
- Let's get bumbum.
- [Maya] I'm so sorry.
- Let's get up there.
Oh my God.
[Shane] There you go, good girl.
- ["Inside" by Chris Avantgarde plays]
- I can hear your voice ♪
I can feel you cry ♪
No matter what you do now ♪
Don't dare to close your eyes ♪
The end is drawing near ♪
I'll tell them that you tried ♪
Shed a single tear now ♪
Time to say goodbye ♪
Time to say goodbye ♪
[song ends]
I'm worried about you, Maya.
These nightmares you're getting.
- I'm fine.
- You're not fine.
Are they combat?
- I'm just saying, Dr. Wu
- I'm fine.
Okay, then,
Little Miss Fine.
I looked into that guy you wanted me to.
That's what I came to tell you.
Tommy Dark.
You were the one who pointed out
that marine motto, which then got me
digging deeper into his marine past,
and you'll never guess what I found.
[mysterious music playing]
He was the captain of the yacht
that Andrew Burkett died on.
- You didn't know?
- No, I didn't know.
According to Dark's statement,
it was an accidental death.
He said that Andrew fell off the boat.
What are you thinking?
Could a suicide
be reported as an accident?
- [scoffs] Anything can be anything.
- Yeah, for the right amount of money.
Now you're just paranoid
everyone is in someone else's pay.
Shane, everyone is.
[ominous music plays]
I spoke to Detective Kierce.
Oh yeah?
And my opinion,
take it or leave it, is that he is
a by-the-book kind of guy.
He told me about you seeing
Joe on the nanny cam.
He's a good cop.
- Giving out personal information.
- Why wouldn't you tell me that?
- Could've been an old recording?
- No.
Lily was wearing
what I dressed her in that morning.
But the really weird thing
about the footage was
Joe was wearing this green shirt
that I'd bought him, this dark green
He only had one. I went to his wardrobe
where all his clothes were
And guess what?
[inhales sharply] Okay.
- Let's talk this out.
- Shane.
You remember
what General Denslow used to say
about, uh, predictability in warfare?
You have to be ready
for what seems impossible.
That being said, let's say
you really saw Joe on the nanny cam.
- Shane, Joe is dead.
- It's an exercise.
You see Joe in the playroom
with your daughter.
It's not an old tape. So, what else?
Let's just say Joe somehow didn't die.
Shane, he was shot in the chest.
I I held him in the park as he died.
He faked his own death.
He hired somebody to stage a robbery,
shoot blanks, fake blood. I don't know.
The rich have access to these things.
That's impossible. Why? What for?
Insurance? It doesn't add up.
Suppose it was a setup. Suppose Suppose
the lads on the bike weren't random.
There were police. There was an ambulance.
You say there was a problem with
the death certificate, yeah? So maybe,
maybe they faked the autopsy reports,
and now they can't verify his death.
[intriguing music playing]
He's dead, Shane.
Joe's dead.
Or he's messing with you.
Or someone else is.
[ominous music playing]
[music fades]
So, you knew my mum.
I did, yeah.
A long time ago.
- Can I get you a drink?
- How did you know my mum?
Well, um
[exhales sharply]
Hard to know where to start.
Please, sit down and I'll try.
Go on, then.
Your mum was traveling around France
with her sister and a friend.
This is, uh, twenty-odd years ago.
And, uh, yeah, we met one night
in a in a bar.
Well, short version, uh,
we fell in love and it was
Then eventually, we had to come home,
and that was that was hard.
Claire broke up with me.
[tense music plays]
Said she wanted to be friends, but I
[chuckles dryly] I couldn't. I
I didn't want to be friends.
It would have been
I needed space so we could move on,
but that was that.
We never saw each other
or or spoke again.
And when I moved here,
I did try and find her on Facebook,
but she must have blocked me.
And then?
Well, your mum's passing
was quite high-profile.
When I saw it on the news,
I was just shocked.
There she was again,
after all these years.
You don't believe me, do you?
Just all seems a little convenient.
I know you moved here a year ago.
Well, that's a complete coincidence.
We opened a new office, and I came over.
- So what did she do about the baby?
- Baby?
[dramatic sting]
What the hell is this?
You don't know?
Um, I really shouldn't be here.
My brother's waiting for me. I'm going.
No, you can't just run away.
Tell me what you know about this.
It just must be me with my dad. Sorry.
That's crap. Now start talking.
Let me out.
[tense music intensifies]
[music crescendoes]
[music fades]
You didn't go
to the meeting again last night.
Yeah, I'm great, Nicole, and you?
Do you know what I mean?
- I'm good.
- [chuckles]
Just trying to figure out what gift
to get Ebony for her 10th birthday party.
A gift that evokes rich auntie vibes.
I don't know, like, walkie-talkies?
What? Are they too expensive or?
[both chuckling]
I don't know.
- Forever the policeman.
- Oh, right.
Oh, by the way, your party invite
got revoked after Ebony found out
she wasn't invited to your wedding.
All right, that's that's fair.
- I'll, um, hand-deliver an invitation.
- What, three weeks before the wedding?
Do you want Molly to file
for divorce before the big day?
Hey, I'll have you know
that I'm the one in charge.
- [scoffs]
- Yeah?
So much for abolishing
- gender roles, or whatever it is.
- [groans]
- Sami, you always do this.
- What?
Bring up debate topics
you know I can't help myself around.
But we both know how this goes.
You can't start cutting yourself off
and not expect a reaction from me.
- I'll get to our meetings. I promise.
- Good.
But you need to get me
an invite to the party of the year.
- Yeah?
- [laughing] Yeah.
[unsettling music plays]
I'm all for getting some fresh air,
but you've been out here ages. Come on.
All right, see you.
Phil Dawson's solicitor's just arrived,
and it's whispers all about,
- so we gotta move.
- [sighs]
- This motorbike, are you insured to ride?
- Yeah, of course.
[Kierce] Could anyone else use it
without your permission?
- No comment.
- [Marty] Where's your bike now, Phil?
- We didn't see it at your house.
- It was stolen about a month ago.
What? A bike registered to you,
used as a getaway from a murder.
Why didn't you report the theft?
I didn't think there was any point.
It's a pretty standard bike.
Right. Any other identifiers
on the bike apart from the license plate?
- Like, for example, what the hell is that?
- A mouse.
[tense music playing]
[Kierce] Seems a little off-brand to me.
It's not actually your bike, is it, Phil?
Despite paying for it
and being the registered keeper.
But here's what I think.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
You're the registered keeper of the bike,
but you haven't reported it stolen.
Is that because you're trying not
to draw attention to it?
[Marty] Phil.
[Kierce] Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Hey, is that because you're trying not
to draw attention to it?
Do I have to answer this? Can I go?
They know I wasn't in the park.
They checked my alibi.
- [lawyer] You're here voluntarily
- Wait.
- You're free to leave at any time.
- This is very serious, Mr. Dawson.
Your bike was seen in the park
when Joe Burkett was murdered.
A man was killed!
Now, does that mean nothing to you?
Seen by who?
Oh, let me guess.
- Maya Burkett?
- Yes, yes. Well, you know.
You must Whoa, whoa, whoa.
You know Maya Burkett, don't you?
Her niece, Abby,
plays for your football team.
- Yeah.
- [Kierce] Mm.
We heard that you had a run-in
with her about a week ago, was it?
Very embarrassing for you.
Family always get overexcited at matches,
the women in particular.
Yeah. So what time
did you leave the pub, Phil?
Wife was banging on about dinner,
so I didn't stop to check a fuckin' clock.
- Capisce?
- So, you went straight home?
- You haven't seen my missus angry.
- And your son, PJ.
[Phil sighs impatiently]
He was, uh, at home?
Nothing out of the ordinary?
[Phil sniffles]
[clears throat, swallows]
- No comment.
- Yeah, we're done here. It's all right.
Interview terminated at 15:33.
We'll need to speak to your son.
We need to get surveillance
on Phil Dawson's son ASAP.
Yep, on it. Oh, we also need
to check Eddie Walker's alibi.
Great. I have some stuff to do,
so, uh, take Detective Schul with you.
Oh, no, no, no. Please, not Schul. Just
[imitates buzzing]talks too much.
[sputters] And so do I, I know.
Got it, Cap. Remember that?
- I will call you as soon as I'm done.
- Okay, great.
[intriguing music plays]
Wh Where's the cat?
[gasps softly]
[suspenseful music plays]
[car horn honks]
[music intensifies]
[cell phone rings]
[Kierce] I've just seen
Phil Dawson get into a car
with "Burkett Global Enterprise"
written on it.
- Shit.
- I'm gonna see where they go.
- Wait, you know you can't just do that.
- It's my call.
Kierce! Kierce!
[line disconnects]
[both] Twinkle, twinkle, little star ♪
How I wonder ♪
- Hey, Auntie Maya.
- [Maya] Hi!
- Hi, you all right?
- [Daniel] Yeah, you?
- [Abby] Hey.
- Hey, Ab. Nice to see you.
- You okay?
- Yeah.
Yeah. Uh, Daniel, why don't you
take Lily to the swings?
All right.
- Come on, Lily.
- Good girl. Bye!
Did you and Mum travel around France
together when you were younger?
Yes, with Eva, it was, uh
And, um, Mum had a boyfriend, right?
- How did you know about that?
- Well, um
[breathes deeply]
Listen, why don't you go
and give Lily and Daniel their ice cream?
I need to talk to your dad.
Screwball for Daniel,
Fab for you, choc ice for Lily.
- She all right to have that?
- Yeah, that's fine.
What was that all about?
Honestly, I don't know.
Gosh, Eddie.
You look better.
[chuckles] Well, when your sister-in-law
thinks you're one cider away from a DUI,
it's probably a good idea
to have a shower, isn't it?
- And you look
- Like death caught up with me?
I didn't mean it. [sighs]
Maya, I'm I'm truly sorry
for what I said.
It's fine.
We're both dealing with a lot right now.
Come on.
What did Auntie Maya say?
Did Mum have a baby?
You saw. Dad came. We couldn't carry on.
I think I've got an idea.
We both said stupid things
that I know we both regret.
I told you, Eddie.
Claire would never hurt you.
So, what was she doing?
And please, don't lie to me like she did.
Remember the issues I had
when that combat tape got released?
Yeah, of course.
- Right, well, the guy who leaked it
- Corey the Whistle.
Well, he didn't release the audio,
because Claire talked him out of it.
The audio would have been
a lot worse for me.
If you can believe that.
Claire got in touch with him,
and in exchange for protecting me,
she was helping him
get the dirt on the Burketts.
So he could take them down.
Do you think what Claire was doing
is connected to her murder?
I'm not sure yet.
I'm just trying to work it all out.
One more thing.
You're a good dad, Eddie.
You are.
And I know you've struggled
with everything that's happened.
But you're the only person I trust
to look after Lily
if something happens to me.
So I can't have you falling apart
functional or not.
- Okay?
- [chuckles softly]
That might be the nicest thing
you've ever said to me.
[both laugh]
Yeah, well, don't get used to it.
[Lily giggles]
Do you mind watching Lily for a bit?
I just need to figure all this out.
Well, you know
where we'll be when you're ready.
[ominous music plays]
[cell phone buzzing]
This is Kierce, leave a message.
Yo, guess what?
Eddie Walker's alibi didn't check out.
He wasn't at the gym when he said he was.
This is progress, Cap sir um, Kierce.
- Okay
- [line beeps]
[phone chimes]
[pills rattling]
[suspenseful music plays]
[object rattles]
[music intensifies]
[keys jingling]
[man] Let's go, lads. You heard him.
[men talking indistinctly]
Come on.
Fucking thing. Jesus Christ.
[ominous music plays]
- [suspenseful music plays]
- [Kierce panting]
[music intensifies]
- [phone clatters]
- [groans]
No. [inhales sharply]
- [groaning]
- [unsettling music plays]
- [music fades]
- [phone ringing]
Hi, Judith.
Maya, it's been too long.
I literally saw you yesterday.
- [chuckles] No, I don't mean you.
- Oh.
You can't keep Lily away
from us for much longer.
She loves it at Farnwood.
Joe used to bring her all the time.
I know. Um, we'll sort something soon,
I promise. Okay?
Oh, uh, Judith, can I call you later?
Why don't you just pop by?
I have a little gift for Lily.
[Maya] Sure, bye.
Dr. Wu. Didn't know
you'd be making house visits.
Maya. Can we talk?
- Why?
- I won't take too much of your time.
No, you won't,
because you won't be coming in.
- Shane's worried about you.
- I know.
He's also worried for Lily.
And in my professional opinion,
you need these sessions
right now more than ever.
You still owe me four sessions.
All right, well, this better count as one.
There you go.
[Maya clears throat]
So, your episodes
It's nothing I can't control.
[unsettling sting]
What happened?
I don't know.
I think I've started hallucinating.
It was different
to the usual screaming in my head.
I mean, I was I was there.
- [Maya screams] No!
- [gun fires]
[muffled gunfire echoes]
But the screams
were coming from me this time.
And I couldn't wake up.
Not even for Lily when she was crying.
Maya, can I make an observation?
[gentle music playing]
You've never opened up before.
And the only reason you're doing so now
is to protect your child.
Well, that's an excellent observation.
Well, if you want to keep Lily safe,
then you have
to work through this properly.
Work on your guilt about the incident.
[phone buzzing, ringing]
I'm sorry.
- [intriguing music plays]
- Hi. This is Tommy Dark's wife, Oona.
I've found something I need to show you.
- How soon can you get here?
- I could be there in about an hour?
Good. See you then.
[Maya] Bye.
- Maya.
- Shit.
I'm sorry. I have to leave.
Please, don't run from these issues again.
I think I saw
No, I definitely saw Joe,
my dead husband,
in this stupid green shirt
that I bought him.
I know that I could be going mad.
[ominous music plays]
But could it be connected to the PTSD?
What you call hallucinations,
Maya, are flashbacks.
They were of things
that actually occurred.
You don't see
or hear things that never happened.
Seeing your dead husband
is something different.
[ominous sting]
But I do think, Maya,
that you need to forgive yourself for
Ugh, right, this
this is my issue with therapy.
I mean, you act as if removing guilt
or taking blame away fixes things.
It doesn't.
Trust me.
These things take time, Maya.
Yeah, well, I'll book in.
I have three sessions left, right?
[Daniel] I took a DNA test for school,
but Mum wouldn't let me see the results.
- I figured I was too young then, but
- Do you want me to look?
You don't even know
what you're looking for. Just wait.
Yeah, see. You can trace your heritage
back a hundred years or something.
Mum only let me do it
if she could register the account.
So if Mum's other baby was adopted,
they could be in the system.
Yeah. They could have tried
to look for Mum.
And then you'd show up as a match.
[sighs happily]
[suspenseful music plays]
[dogs barking]
[music fades]
- Come in. Quick. Quick.
- Hi.
- I'm worried about Tommy.
- Why?
You said my husband
works for the Burketts.
After your last visit,
I dug through his files, and I found this.
Burkett bank transfers, like you said.
I didn't want to believe it,
but there it is, in his personal account,
£9,000 every month.
Tell me what these payments mean.
Tommy was taking bribes.
From the Burketts.
[Oona] Bribes?
Your husband was captain
on the Burketts' yacht.
Yeah. He was a good employee.
And the Burketts liked him.
When he set up his security firm,
they hired him.
They were bribing him, Mrs. Dark,
and that's why I need
to talk to him to find out why.
[intriguing music playing]
Where is he now?
- I don't understand any of this!
- Mrs. Dark, where's Tommy?
I don't know!
That's why I called you.
I haven't heard from him in six weeks.
[dramatic music playing]
[music fading]
Why have you been paying off
Tommy Dark for over 20 years?
- Oh, hello to you too, Maya.
- Tommy Dark. Why?
- I bought a lovely present for Lily.
- No, don't play games.
Tommy Dark.
What's so secret that it got
my sister and my husband killed?
Please stop bellowing.
- You're sounding deranged.
- Tommy Dark. Why?
Maya, I'm sorry
if I've been overbearing with Lily.
- It was coming from a place of care.
- You're stalling.
- I'm not.
- Yes, you are.
I'm merely thinking of what's best
for my family. I did this for you
- Tommy Dark!
- Yes, I know.
I'm sorry. I don't know
who you're referring to.
Oh, fuck off. Fuck off.
Your son drowned,
and you have been paying off
the captain of the yacht ever since. Why?
Oh, that's quite the accusation.
What happened, Judith,
that night on the boat with your boys?
Because something did.
Because none of this is adding up.
What happened?
Don't ever tell me to fuck off
in my home again, understand?
Because, quite frankly,
Maya, you can fuck off
because you know nothing about my Andrew.
He was young and he was timid,
but he was wonderful.
- He was truly wonderful and
- What happened on the yacht, Judith?
And you want me to relive this pain.
Is that what you're asking?
I'm asking about Tommy Dark,
but you're claiming
that you have no idea who he is.
There was a party on our yacht.
Yes, well, that much you know.
The boys took her out.
Andrew could never hold his drink,
and he'd had too much.
He'd had far too much,
and he went up on the deck alone
for some air and fell in.
It was a tragedy, but it was
an open-and-shut case, I'm afraid.
- It's bullshit.
- I beg your pardon?
It's bullshit.
Andrew didn't fall. He jumped.
- He killed himself. It was suicide. Why?
- Are you trying to hurt me?
- Is that what this is?
- Joe told me.
He saw it all.
And you know about that, Judith.
No, this is nonsense. This is fiction.
I don't know what you want from me.
- I want the truth!
- Oh, really?
Well, it seems rather like
you know everything already.
I don't, Judith.
And I don't know why you're paying
the captain of the yacht
that your Andrew died on.
Oh, and now and now
you're paying Detective Kierce.
Caroline told me.
[tense music playing]
- Image is reality in our world, Maya
- [scoffs]
and any weaknesses
will be used against us.
And surely, with the questions that
you've received regarding Joe's death,
you can understand that.
Is this what this is about?
You don't want the world knowing that
Andrew committed suicide 26 years ago?
I am not paying off the detective.
Oh, but you are Tommy Dark?
My darling daughter gets confused.
Caroline is sick.
She's in a psychiatric unit right now,
getting the help she needs.
Since when?
And maybe
Maybe you've been feeling
a little confused yourself recently.
Okay. Don't.
[Judith] No, I was just like you,
you know,
after Andrew and my husband
and now my Joe.
I was confused.
I was angry. I was so very angry.
We're exactly the same.
People seem to die around us.
[Judith] My family
has been through enough.
Don't make the mistake
of hurting us any more, Maya.
[suspenseful music playing]
[dramatic sting]
[music continues]
[unsettling music playing]
[cell phone ringing]
[phone beeps]
[beeping and gunfire in arcade games]
[ominous music playing]
- [music fades]
- [characters fighting in video game]
You wanted to see me?
Tommy Dark's been missing for six weeks.
His wife's reported it,
but the police can't do much,
because he said he was going on holiday.
When you hacked into Tommy Dark's work,
did you check his personal life as well?
[video game sounds stop]
What are you doing?
Uh, yes, but I can do a deeper dive now
of the weeks that he's been missing.
Bank accounts, cash withdrawals,
that sort of thing.
See where he'd hide if he had to run.
Have you thought about the fact that
either of us could be next?
Why would we be?
Claire finds out about these payments
to Tommy Dark, boom, she's killed.
Boom, Tommy Dark goes missing,
and then boom, your husband gets killed.
Right, would you stop saying "boom"?
Everyone who looks into it ends up dead.
Your sister trusted me,
and it got her killed.
Yes, if Claire
hadn't have become a whistleblower,
maybe she'd still be alive.
But if I hadn't have killed
those civilians on that helicopter,
you wouldn't have released a tape,
Claire would never have met you,
and she'd still be home right now
with her kids and husband.
[gentle music playing]
Trust me,
I think about that every single day.
There's lots of sliding doors, Corey.
Well, no one's ever died
because of something I've done before.
You and your military lot
are used to dealing with death.
Just because I'm used to death
doesn't mean that it doesn't hurt.
Do you still keep in touch
with your military pals?
Shane Tessier?
- Are you keeping tabs on me?
- So?
Right, what's your point, Corey?
Any of them know
what's on the audio from that helicopter?
I still don't understand why you didn't
release that audio with the tape.
I told you already. Claire came to see me,
and we made a deal.
No. No, no, no.
Before you met Claire.
I figured you
had to live with yourself, Maya.
The things that you'd done.
Sometimes, that's punishment enough.
Right, we need to find Tommy Dark.
We need to find out how he's linked
to Claire and Joe's death.
He is the piece
that doesn't fit right now.
[dramatic music building]
[music fading]
- [breathing heavily]
- [ominous music playing]
[groaning loudly]
[grunts loudly]
I need your help.
[music fading]
- Try my birthday.
- It's not gonna be your birthday, Dan.
Damn. Well, maybe we should
What was it?
- Don't worry.
- Your birthday, wasn't it?
- I said don't worry.
- Oh, you're just as bad as Dad.
"Don't worry." I'm not a child, Abby.
You have to tell me things.
Just stop whinging.
[dramatic sting]
[gentle music playing]
[Abby] Oh my God,
we've definitely got a brother or sister.
[Daniel] What if they know
something about Mum?
- I should get Dad.
- No, Dan.
We need to talk to Auntie Maya
and figure out what's going on.
- This doesn't make sense. Why would
- [Eddie] Arguing again.
Why am I not surprised?
- Come on, poppet.
- [Lily babbles]
What are you guys doing in here?
Sorry, Dad, we Well, I was just
She didn't believe
this photo was still on Mum's computer.
- [gentle music plays]
- [Eddie sighs]
Ah, your mum was adamant
that we get some proper photos done.
[sighs] God, she was exhausting.
Even though everybody said
that you just looked like a massive spud.
It's true though, mate. We nearly
took you down farmer's market.
[Abby giggles]
Right. Go on.
Get out before you break anything.
[ominous music plays]
[Kierce straining]
- What the hell happened?
- Not a word.
- Kierce, you're on the floor.
- Yes, well, I'm aware of that.
- Just help me up. I can't stand.
- What do you mean, you can't stand?
- Marty, please, no words. Just
- Okay. Okay.
Alright, put your arm around me. [grunts]
[Kierce grunts]
- Okay.
- [grunts]
- Put your Okay, sorry.
- Ow, ow, ow. Ah, ah, ah.
Okay, okay. Yep, yep.
- Right, you got me?
- Yes, yes!
- Okay, we're going to walk now. Okay.
- Okay.
[birds chirping]
Jesus Christ, Kierce. Blackouts?
Temporary paralysis?
Is that why you swerved
to miss a cat? Hmm?
Yeah, I watched the CCTV
from your accident,
and there was no cat.
Well, do you know what's causing it?
I mean, how long
do these episodes usually last?
Well, it varies. And this has been
the longest stint so far.
[clears throat]
Are you going to be okay?
Don't know.
Right, well, if I see you
behind the wheel again, okay, that's it.
Game over, okay? I'll have to report you.
- Yep.
- You know, it's it's not just you, this.
I could walk for covering this up.
The fact that you are doing
speaks very highly of you.
And that's before we get onto following
a suspect without authority.
- What were you thinking?
- The Burketts sponsor that football team.
Their logo is all over
the van, tournaments, awards.
That's reasonably suspicious.
- This could get us a motive.
- I mean, the football team?
I don't know. I don't know.
But Phil never mentioned
knowing Joe Burkett.
- That doesn't sit right, does it?
- Mm.
Two and two don't always make four,
and this is definitely a fuckin' five.
Anyway, um thanks for picking me up,
and I'm sorry if I ruined your evening.
Yeah, you did, actually.
I was in the middle of a date.
A date? Another one? [chuckles]
What was she like?
Yeah, she, uh
Lance is he's great.
He has an excellent taste in film.
And in men. [smacks lips]
If I do say so myself. [chuckles]
Yeah, and I'd really like
to see him again, actually. So
That's if I don't spend
the foreseeable future
picking you up off the floor. [chuckles]
Well, I, uh
I hope he likes protein shakes.
[both chuckling]
Come on.
["You Do Something to Me"
by Paul Weller plays on car stereo]
For love I'll never find ♪
You do something wonderful ♪
This is the bit where you fall for me
because of my impeccable taste in music.
Mixing my emotions ♪
God, I love you.
[Maya] Mm.
I love you.
Throws me back again ♪
[Maya] Fuck me!
- You swear a lot.
- Well, I'm
- [Maya groans]
- [song stops]
We met Alexander Dosman,
Mum's ex-boyfriend.
You met him?
[Abby] He didn't even know about this.
Auntie Maya, do we have a sibling?
Why wouldn't Mum tell Alexander?
- What if he's dangerous?
- Abby, I really don't think he
Or what about this sibling?
What if they got mad at Mum and
for giving them up for adoption,
then they just tracked her down and
Killed her.
[Abby] Yeah killed her.
Right. I think we should talk to your dad.
- Come on.
- [Abby] No, wait!
Sorry, guys. It's been one of those days.
We should never have had
this conversation without your dad.
No, please. We can't talk to Dad.
He's just not in the place for it.
I saw him earlier. He's fine.
[Abby] No, he's not.
He just stormed out really upset again.
Please, just be honest.
Do we have a brother or a sister?
They could be responsible for Mum's death.
[suspenseful music playing]
[sighs] Oh my God.
You have a half-brother.
He'd be about 19.
I know this is a lot for you to take in.
But let us handle this.
[softly] Okay?
[music continues]
[loud knocking at door]
You said that Eddie Walker's alibi
- Oh! Yeah.
- didn't check out.
[suspenseful music continues]
[dramatic sting]
Who is she?
And why did he lie about being with her?
[music continues]
[chimes, vibrates]
[dramatic sting]
[music crescendoes]
[music fades]
[ominous music plays]
[alarm blaring]
[alarm stops]
[sinister music plays]
[intriguing synth music plays]
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