Donald Bevan: Saturday afternoon, acting on a tipoff, Traffic arrested Fred Donaldson for drink driving outside the Wolsey Park Golf Club. After failing a subsequent blood test, Donaldson asked that his 'good friend' ex-detective Gerry Standing be informed so that he could, quote, sort it out. This morning, Donaldson was charged with a series of rapes that took place in the Hammersmith area twelve years ago. The arresting officer was a D.I. Terry Cassidy of the serious crime group, formerly of the pedophile unit.
[to Gerry Standing]
Donald Bevan: You must think you're pretty cute.
Gerry Standing: Not compared to you.
Donald Bevan: This is not how the Metropolitan Police obtains results. Do you understand!
Gerry Standing: Oh, it is a result then. He did do it!
Donald Bevan: You count yourself lucky I'm no longer your governor.
[Bevan leaves, slamming the door]
Gerry Standing: Every single bleeding day!
Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman: Derek Rodger.
Brian Lane: Did you tell him?
Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman: He died three o'clock this afternoon.
Jack Halford: Well, him and his lad will have plenty to talk about.
On its original viewing on BBC 1 this episode got 7.74 million viewers.
Dianne Loveless: But then in my 28 years, I never shot any dogs either.
This is a reference to the series pilot in which Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman is forced to lead the UCOS team after shooting a dog in a hostage rescue gone wrong.
Jack: But that one is a good as Tiger Woods.
Eldrick 'Tiger' Woods is an American professional golfer whose astounding achievements to date rank him among the most successful golfers of all time.
Jack & Brian: Dum-dum, dum-dum, dum-dum, dum-dum dadalahhhh!
Jack and Brian are mimicking the theme music to Jaws as a reference to the fact that Dianne Loveless has a tattoo of a killer whale on her bottom, and Gerry is in her sights.