Dickie Grant: Whatever DS Alan Spector did or did not confess while I was representing him is privileged information.
Alesha Phillips: A police officer's career is on the line. Give me an off-the-record confirmation, I'd owe you one.
Dickie Grant: As the most beautiful girl I've met this week, or as Crown Prosecutor?
Alesha Phillips: Prosecutor.
Dickie Grant: The gods taunt me again.
DS Brooks: I can't go in that witness box. It's complicated.
DS Devlin: You're a copper, Ron. You live for this job, and they could charge you with perverting the course of justice. Be the end of you, mate.
DS Brooks: I've admitted I've made mistakes, okay? And I've put 'em right. But I'm the best I can be now, Matt, truly, I am. So when do I get a break, eh? When do I get forgiven? I didn't take that heroin. You believe me, don't you?
DS Devlin: Of course.
Alesha Phillips: How hard did you try, James?
James Steel: I'm sorry?
Alesha Phillips: Well, you didn't push him, did you? He gave you the answer you wanted. You wanted him on trial all along.
James Steel: Uh, I did what George sent me to do. Am I happy to be prosecuting Jimmy Valentine? Yeah, he's a policeman who shot a civilian.
Alesha Phillips: So we make an example of him, rather than let police gain crucial intelligence on a major drug baron?
James Steel: The police want corruption held to account. You ask Matt and Ronnie. They want Valentine in court. I'm doing this for them.
Alesha Phillips: What if we lose? Valentine walks free, and we've gained nothing.
James Steel: I won't lose. It's time. Are you with me?
DS Brooks: My old man used to say, 'There's no such thing as a friend. Friends will always let you down.' I used to look at him and think, 'What a miserable old bastard.' I'd argue with him and say, 'Dad, you're wrong, mate.' Huh, I'll tell you what, Matty, I bet he's looking down at me now, laughing his head off.
DS Devlin: Look, Ron, it gives me no pleasure—
DS Brooks: Jimmy Valentine bought my fish for me today, all right? It felt like he was buying me off.
This episode was first broadcast by Citytv, Canada, on 3 September 2009.