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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,566 --> 00:00:02,765 ♪ ♪ 2 00:00:02,766 --> 00:00:04,132 How is the patient this morning? 3 00:00:04,133 --> 00:00:05,465 Your future's at Scotland Yard. 4 00:00:05,466 --> 00:00:06,732 I don't think that's ever been in question. 5 00:00:06,733 --> 00:00:08,432 I'm not talking about work. 6 00:00:08,433 --> 00:00:09,965 ♪ ♪ 7 00:00:09,966 --> 00:00:11,632 Bonjour, Eliza. 8 00:00:11,633 --> 00:00:13,332 There's really no need for you to be here. 9 00:00:13,333 --> 00:00:17,265 I'm staying in London until this ship is back on course. 10 00:00:17,266 --> 00:00:18,865 WILLIAM: I'm going to New York. 11 00:00:18,866 --> 00:00:20,065 For a year? 12 00:00:20,066 --> 00:00:21,632 WILLIAM: This isn't goodbye. 13 00:00:21,633 --> 00:00:22,800 It's goodbye for now. 14 00:00:24,000 --> 00:00:27,600 ♪ ♪ 15 00:00:28,600 --> 00:00:33,799 ♪ ♪ 16 00:00:33,800 --> 00:00:36,199 (thunder claps) 17 00:00:36,200 --> 00:00:38,332 (whimpering) 18 00:00:38,333 --> 00:00:39,366 (click) 19 00:00:40,833 --> 00:00:45,133 ♪ ♪ 20 00:00:50,933 --> 00:00:54,500 ♪ ♪ 21 00:00:56,200 --> 00:01:01,300 ♪ ♪ 22 00:01:06,300 --> 00:01:07,365 Morning, miss-- post. 23 00:01:07,366 --> 00:01:08,566 Thank you. 24 00:01:15,233 --> 00:01:19,365 ♪ ♪ 25 00:01:19,366 --> 00:01:22,166 Goodness. Indeed. 26 00:01:23,666 --> 00:01:25,565 Good morning, Eliza. 27 00:01:25,566 --> 00:01:27,199 Clarence. 28 00:01:27,200 --> 00:01:29,532 I hope that's not full of bills. 29 00:01:29,533 --> 00:01:31,232 Applications. 30 00:01:31,233 --> 00:01:32,932 We've had an overwhelming response 31 00:01:32,933 --> 00:01:34,699 to our advert for new detectives. 32 00:01:34,700 --> 00:01:37,932 I suppose my reputation does precede me. 33 00:01:37,933 --> 00:01:40,465 It's more likely they heard of the female detective. 34 00:01:40,466 --> 00:01:42,699 The advert was quite clear who they'd be dealing with. 35 00:01:42,700 --> 00:01:44,299 Remind me whose name is above the door. 36 00:01:44,300 --> 00:01:47,465 Yours, and your sons'. 37 00:01:47,466 --> 00:01:50,732 Well, no time like the present. 38 00:01:50,733 --> 00:01:53,233 Shall we begin? 39 00:01:56,033 --> 00:01:58,733 ♪ ♪ 40 00:02:05,700 --> 00:02:08,165 Oh, this one's good. 41 00:02:08,166 --> 00:02:10,566 23 years at Bow Street-- what does that tell you? 42 00:02:11,766 --> 00:02:13,732 That he lacks ambition. 43 00:02:13,733 --> 00:02:16,200 Unlike Mr. Samuel Walsh. 44 00:02:20,333 --> 00:02:22,399 Can't spell the word "detective." 45 00:02:22,400 --> 00:02:24,765 Or the word "criminal." 46 00:02:24,766 --> 00:02:26,266 Or his own name. 47 00:02:30,733 --> 00:02:32,032 Him. 48 00:02:32,033 --> 00:02:33,432 Fired him last year. 49 00:02:33,433 --> 00:02:35,366 Him? Too young. 50 00:02:36,733 --> 00:02:38,065 He's too old. 51 00:02:38,066 --> 00:02:39,665 Don't trust him. 52 00:02:39,666 --> 00:02:41,132 Don't like him. 53 00:02:41,133 --> 00:02:42,600 Him. 54 00:02:45,500 --> 00:02:48,433 He's been in prison. 55 00:02:49,433 --> 00:02:50,499 (groans) 56 00:02:50,500 --> 00:02:51,533 (sighs) 57 00:02:55,733 --> 00:02:58,033 Surely we can at least agree on this chap. 58 00:03:00,666 --> 00:03:03,832 I've said no to him twice already. 59 00:03:03,833 --> 00:03:06,032 Stop trying to sneak him through. We've been at this all day, 60 00:03:06,033 --> 00:03:08,499 and so far you've liked none of my choices. 61 00:03:08,500 --> 00:03:10,032 Any more than you've liked mine. 62 00:03:10,033 --> 00:03:11,665 It'll be me who works with them. 63 00:03:11,666 --> 00:03:13,800 And me who pays for them-- I am the boss. 64 00:03:15,133 --> 00:03:16,865 So you keep reminding me. 65 00:03:16,866 --> 00:03:19,665 Surely some of the applicants are acceptable to you both. 66 00:03:19,666 --> 00:03:20,665 Ask him. 67 00:03:20,666 --> 00:03:22,033 Ask her. 68 00:03:24,033 --> 00:03:25,332 (door slams) 69 00:03:25,333 --> 00:03:26,533 (door slams) 70 00:03:29,866 --> 00:03:34,266 ♪ ♪ 71 00:03:49,266 --> 00:03:55,100 ♪ ♪ 72 00:04:16,600 --> 00:04:18,465 Good morning. 73 00:04:18,466 --> 00:04:21,332 Morning. 74 00:04:21,333 --> 00:04:25,333 I was just practicing my handwriting. 75 00:04:27,666 --> 00:04:29,599 Looked to me like you were writing a letter. 76 00:04:29,600 --> 00:04:31,099 Fine. 77 00:04:31,100 --> 00:04:33,199 I was writing a letter. 78 00:04:33,200 --> 00:04:34,365 To? 79 00:04:34,366 --> 00:04:35,832 Barnabus. 80 00:04:35,833 --> 00:04:37,565 (egg cracks) 81 00:04:37,566 --> 00:04:38,665 Oh. 82 00:04:38,666 --> 00:04:40,233 Hm. 83 00:04:43,500 --> 00:04:44,965 Lizzie! 84 00:04:44,966 --> 00:04:46,500 What are you up to? 85 00:04:48,866 --> 00:04:50,733 (puts down bowl) 86 00:04:52,166 --> 00:04:53,699 Why are you writing to Inspector Wellington? 87 00:04:53,700 --> 00:04:54,732 Because you aren't. 88 00:04:54,733 --> 00:04:56,799 What? He wrote to me. 89 00:04:56,800 --> 00:04:58,199 He said he's sent you three letters 90 00:04:58,200 --> 00:04:59,600 and you've not replied to any of them. 91 00:05:01,500 --> 00:05:03,332 I don't want any breakfast-- I'll be late for work. 92 00:05:03,333 --> 00:05:06,265 Lizzie, you've not spoken of Inspector Wellington 93 00:05:06,266 --> 00:05:07,732 since he's been gone. 94 00:05:07,733 --> 00:05:10,032 Perhaps it might help to do so. 95 00:05:10,033 --> 00:05:12,665 You're clearly upset and angry with him. 96 00:05:12,666 --> 00:05:14,365 I'm not upset, nor am I angry. 97 00:05:14,366 --> 00:05:16,999 I'm absolutely fine. 98 00:05:17,000 --> 00:05:20,733 ♪ ♪ 99 00:05:29,100 --> 00:05:31,799 WILLIAM: If we are to be together, 100 00:05:31,800 --> 00:05:34,265 then I cannot remain at Scotland Yard 101 00:05:34,266 --> 00:05:37,532 with you a private detective, 102 00:05:37,533 --> 00:05:43,565 nor can I be around you anymore without... 103 00:05:43,566 --> 00:05:47,232 Without being with you. 104 00:05:47,233 --> 00:05:52,266 ♪ ♪ 105 00:05:57,866 --> 00:05:59,600 (drawer opens) 106 00:06:04,700 --> 00:06:10,233 ♪ ♪ 107 00:06:15,766 --> 00:06:17,965 (knock at door, door opens) 108 00:06:17,966 --> 00:06:19,465 (drawer closes) 109 00:06:19,466 --> 00:06:21,332 Yes. 110 00:06:21,333 --> 00:06:22,765 Uh, sorry to disturb, 111 00:06:22,766 --> 00:06:24,865 but Mr. Nash would like you to meet him right away. 112 00:06:24,866 --> 00:06:26,432 What for? 113 00:06:26,433 --> 00:06:28,300 To meet a new client. 114 00:06:29,633 --> 00:06:31,865 What new client? 115 00:06:31,866 --> 00:06:35,000 ♪ ♪ 116 00:06:37,500 --> 00:06:38,632 Patrick. 117 00:06:38,633 --> 00:06:40,200 Eliza. 118 00:06:43,866 --> 00:06:45,732 What is this place? 119 00:06:45,733 --> 00:06:48,399 This... is the future. 120 00:06:48,400 --> 00:06:52,565 ♪ ♪ 121 00:06:52,566 --> 00:06:56,632 (ringing) 122 00:06:56,633 --> 00:06:59,065 Reception-- may I help you? 123 00:06:59,066 --> 00:07:00,665 MAN (on phone): Reception? Yes, sir. 124 00:07:00,666 --> 00:07:02,700 MAN: Mr. Bracewell. CLERK: Certainly, sir. 125 00:07:07,800 --> 00:07:11,165 Do you know much about the telephone? Not much. 126 00:07:11,166 --> 00:07:15,499 I know it was invented in 1875 by Alexander Graham Bell. 127 00:07:15,500 --> 00:07:17,932 There were, of course, counterclaims 128 00:07:17,933 --> 00:07:19,899 as to who first came up with the innovation, 129 00:07:19,900 --> 00:07:21,632 but Bell was the first to patent it. 130 00:07:21,633 --> 00:07:24,165 Nine years on, it's really only the preserve 131 00:07:24,166 --> 00:07:26,065 of the rich and the privileged, 132 00:07:26,066 --> 00:07:28,265 given how costly it is to install and run. 133 00:07:28,266 --> 00:07:31,865 Although this year has seen telephone stations 134 00:07:31,866 --> 00:07:34,232 installed in various public places. 135 00:07:34,233 --> 00:07:36,532 Shops, telegraph offices. 136 00:07:36,533 --> 00:07:38,632 A yes or no would have sufficed. 137 00:07:38,633 --> 00:07:43,932 As you say, it's being made more accessible to ordinary folk. 138 00:07:43,933 --> 00:07:46,065 It's the new gold rush. 139 00:07:46,066 --> 00:07:48,966 This place is at the forefront. 140 00:07:50,933 --> 00:07:53,099 So, why are we here? 141 00:07:53,100 --> 00:07:55,099 The owner of Britannia wants us 142 00:07:55,100 --> 00:07:56,899 to negate some rather bad publicity. 143 00:07:56,900 --> 00:07:58,033 CLERK: Yes, Mr. Bracewell. 144 00:08:01,266 --> 00:08:02,633 Mr. Bracewell will see you now. 145 00:08:04,366 --> 00:08:05,465 ELIZA: Extraordinary. 146 00:08:05,466 --> 00:08:07,033 It certainly is. 147 00:08:09,700 --> 00:08:11,232 NASH: Britannia have an engineering workshop 148 00:08:11,233 --> 00:08:13,365 where they design new ways to improve their product. 149 00:08:13,366 --> 00:08:16,299 Two days ago, it was destroyed by a gas explosion. 150 00:08:16,300 --> 00:08:18,599 Two men were killed: a young inventor named Alfred Baker 151 00:08:18,600 --> 00:08:21,765 and the co-founder of the company, George Davidson. 152 00:08:21,766 --> 00:08:23,432 So there was a gas leak. 153 00:08:23,433 --> 00:08:24,999 According to the newspapers, 154 00:08:25,000 --> 00:08:26,732 the police think Davidson lighting his pipe 155 00:08:26,733 --> 00:08:28,132 is what ignited the explosion. 156 00:08:28,133 --> 00:08:29,699 But as for the gas leak, 157 00:08:29,700 --> 00:08:31,899 it seems someone tampered with the supply. 158 00:08:31,900 --> 00:08:33,265 And the police believe that this someone 159 00:08:33,266 --> 00:08:34,599 works here at Britannia. 160 00:08:34,600 --> 00:08:36,432 Not just someone. 161 00:08:36,433 --> 00:08:40,600 Our new client, Joseph Bracewell. 162 00:08:43,066 --> 00:08:48,132 BRACEWELL: My aim, Mr. Nash, is to put a Britannia telephone 163 00:08:48,133 --> 00:08:50,465 into every household in the country. 164 00:08:50,466 --> 00:08:52,465 Once we've done that, 165 00:08:52,466 --> 00:08:54,932 we will move into the international markets. 166 00:08:54,933 --> 00:08:57,565 I applaud your ambition, Mr. Bracewell. 167 00:08:57,566 --> 00:08:59,865 I must confess, I've not yet used one of these. 168 00:08:59,866 --> 00:09:02,832 To, to help you fully, Mr. Bracewell, 169 00:09:02,833 --> 00:09:04,799 perhaps we should try it ourselves. 170 00:09:04,800 --> 00:09:06,832 Be my guest. 171 00:09:06,833 --> 00:09:12,600 ♪ ♪ 172 00:09:18,933 --> 00:09:21,199 OPERATOR (on phone): Good afternoon, Britannia Exchange. 173 00:09:21,200 --> 00:09:23,199 What number do you require? 174 00:09:23,200 --> 00:09:24,599 Ask for the stock exchange. 175 00:09:24,600 --> 00:09:27,132 Uh, the stock exchange, please. 176 00:09:27,133 --> 00:09:28,932 OPERATOR: Connecting you now-- please wait one moment. 177 00:09:28,933 --> 00:09:30,033 (chuckles) 178 00:09:31,766 --> 00:09:33,699 Ask for the latest Britannia share price. 179 00:09:33,700 --> 00:09:36,232 CLERK (on phone): Stock exchange, how can I help you? 180 00:09:36,233 --> 00:09:38,832 Uh, please could you advise on the current share price 181 00:09:38,833 --> 00:09:40,932 for the Britannia Telephone Company? 182 00:09:40,933 --> 00:09:43,632 CLERK: One and six. One and six. 183 00:09:43,633 --> 00:09:45,765 (inhales) 184 00:09:45,766 --> 00:09:47,265 ELIZA: Thank you. 185 00:09:47,266 --> 00:09:49,633 Goodbye. 186 00:09:50,766 --> 00:09:54,265 All this dire publicity has caused the value 187 00:09:54,266 --> 00:09:56,999 of my company to fall by the hour. 188 00:09:57,000 --> 00:10:00,465 Which is why I need you to get the police off my back 189 00:10:00,466 --> 00:10:03,465 and find out who is responsible for this terrible deed. 190 00:10:03,466 --> 00:10:06,032 They have a ridiculous notion 191 00:10:06,033 --> 00:10:08,432 that I wanted George Davidson dead. 192 00:10:08,433 --> 00:10:09,799 Your business partner? 193 00:10:09,800 --> 00:10:11,965 We founded the company together. 194 00:10:11,966 --> 00:10:15,899 I felt the time was right to expand. 195 00:10:15,900 --> 00:10:18,099 To buy out our rivals. 196 00:10:18,100 --> 00:10:20,499 And Mr. Davidson disagreed? 197 00:10:20,500 --> 00:10:22,799 This disagreement was a minor issue, 198 00:10:22,800 --> 00:10:24,665 not reason for me to kill him. 199 00:10:24,666 --> 00:10:26,732 I gather the police suspect you 200 00:10:26,733 --> 00:10:28,499 because you were supposed to attend this meeting 201 00:10:28,500 --> 00:10:31,432 with Mr. Davidson, but you didn't turn up. 202 00:10:31,433 --> 00:10:33,132 ♪ ♪ 203 00:10:33,133 --> 00:10:36,099 We had another argument that morning. 204 00:10:36,100 --> 00:10:39,832 I simply wasn't in the mood to face him. 205 00:10:39,833 --> 00:10:41,999 I spent the afternoon here in my office. 206 00:10:42,000 --> 00:10:43,632 But that was unusual, 207 00:10:43,633 --> 00:10:44,999 was it not? 208 00:10:45,000 --> 00:10:46,832 That you didn't attend that weekly meeting? 209 00:10:46,833 --> 00:10:49,432 Unheard of, according to the newspapers. 210 00:10:49,433 --> 00:10:52,633 Do not believe everything you read in the newspapers. 211 00:10:53,866 --> 00:10:56,499 Did you have any grievance with the other man that was killed, 212 00:10:56,500 --> 00:10:58,599 the, uh, the young inventor, Alfred Baker? 213 00:10:58,600 --> 00:10:59,699 BRACEWELL: No. 214 00:10:59,700 --> 00:11:01,632 And for your information, 215 00:11:01,633 --> 00:11:03,899 Alfred wasn't meant to be at that meeting. 216 00:11:03,900 --> 00:11:06,065 We have to ask these questions, Mr. Bracewell, 217 00:11:06,066 --> 00:11:07,932 so that we're clear on all the details of this case. 218 00:11:07,933 --> 00:11:12,965 Well, in that case, let me be crystal-clear with you. 219 00:11:12,966 --> 00:11:16,032 I did not murder George Davidson. 220 00:11:16,033 --> 00:11:19,665 As for Alfred Baker, 221 00:11:19,666 --> 00:11:21,799 he'd just designed the telephone 222 00:11:21,800 --> 00:11:24,932 that would make this company a fortune. 223 00:11:24,933 --> 00:11:27,900 Why on Earth would I want him dead? 224 00:11:32,233 --> 00:11:35,565 NASH: Why in God's name did you interrogate him like that? 225 00:11:35,566 --> 00:11:37,765 You clearly weren't going to ask him anything useful. 226 00:11:37,766 --> 00:11:39,765 I've never seen you so in awe. 227 00:11:39,766 --> 00:11:41,565 I was not in awe, I just think him an impressive man. 228 00:11:41,566 --> 00:11:43,599 A visionary. I think him rather unsavory. 229 00:11:43,600 --> 00:11:45,899 Ah, you disagree with my judge of character. 230 00:11:45,900 --> 00:11:47,365 Quelle surprise. 231 00:11:47,366 --> 00:11:48,965 What of my judgment? 232 00:11:48,966 --> 00:11:50,965 I'm the one who's going to be running the office. 233 00:11:50,966 --> 00:11:52,599 I should choose my own staff. Oh, I see. 234 00:11:52,600 --> 00:11:54,132 That's what this is about, is it? 235 00:11:54,133 --> 00:11:55,832 That's the reason for this latest sulk du jour. 236 00:11:55,833 --> 00:11:59,699 I do not sulk. We will discuss this matter another time. 237 00:11:59,700 --> 00:12:02,065 Right now, we need to visit the crime scene. 238 00:12:02,066 --> 00:12:03,899 Finally, something we agree on. 239 00:12:03,900 --> 00:12:09,100 ♪ ♪ 240 00:12:11,900 --> 00:12:14,099 Go fetch my carriage. 241 00:12:14,100 --> 00:12:17,399 Detective Phelps-- just the man. 242 00:12:17,400 --> 00:12:21,365 Inspector Phelps, actually-- well, soon to be. 243 00:12:21,366 --> 00:12:24,599 You're taking over from Inspector Wellington? 244 00:12:24,600 --> 00:12:25,799 But there's been no formal announcement. 245 00:12:25,800 --> 00:12:27,765 Just needs to be rubber-stamped. 246 00:12:27,766 --> 00:12:29,133 And why hasn't it been? 247 00:12:30,600 --> 00:12:33,165 Well, I'm sure it's just a matter of time. 248 00:12:33,166 --> 00:12:34,532 May I offer my congratulations 249 00:12:34,533 --> 00:12:37,299 on what will be a well-deserved promotion. 250 00:12:37,300 --> 00:12:41,832 So, I assume your presence here is not just to keep me company. 251 00:12:41,833 --> 00:12:43,599 As ever, you assume right. 252 00:12:43,600 --> 00:12:46,065 We've been hired to investigate the Britannia explosion, 253 00:12:46,066 --> 00:12:47,432 and we'd like to take a look at the crime scene. 254 00:12:47,433 --> 00:12:50,432 I take it your fire experts have assessed the scene? 255 00:12:50,433 --> 00:12:52,099 Still waiting. 256 00:12:52,100 --> 00:12:53,899 They've been held up elsewhere, which is a bugger, 257 00:12:53,900 --> 00:12:55,299 'cause we can't progress with the case 258 00:12:55,300 --> 00:12:56,999 until they've had a gander. 259 00:12:57,000 --> 00:12:58,799 Well, perhaps in the meantime, 260 00:12:58,800 --> 00:13:00,832 you might allow us to look for ourselves. Hm. 261 00:13:00,833 --> 00:13:03,032 Good one-- now hop it! 262 00:13:03,033 --> 00:13:04,799 I see the prospect of a promotion hasn't endowed you 263 00:13:04,800 --> 00:13:07,233 with any more decorum, Detective Phelps. 264 00:13:08,800 --> 00:13:11,299 Let me give you some advice, Miss Scarlet. 265 00:13:11,300 --> 00:13:13,032 I'm the skipper now. 266 00:13:13,033 --> 00:13:15,132 So you need to start showing me a bit of respect. 267 00:13:15,133 --> 00:13:17,832 Oh, I've always seen respect as something you earn. 268 00:13:17,833 --> 00:13:20,165 (chuckling): Oh, how Miss Scarlet does like to jest. 269 00:13:20,166 --> 00:13:22,965 You surely know that our respect for you is unimpeachable, 270 00:13:22,966 --> 00:13:24,865 Inspector Phelps, 271 00:13:24,866 --> 00:13:26,932 and we'd be most grateful... 272 00:13:26,933 --> 00:13:28,532 Under no circumstances let them inside. 273 00:13:28,533 --> 00:13:29,732 OFFICER: Yes, sir. 274 00:13:29,733 --> 00:13:31,332 Even if the queen herself comes down here 275 00:13:31,333 --> 00:13:33,366 and says you'll be hanged for treason if you don't... 276 00:13:35,166 --> 00:13:37,499 ...still don't let them in. 277 00:13:37,500 --> 00:13:43,865 ♪ ♪ 278 00:13:43,866 --> 00:13:45,800 That went well. 279 00:13:47,300 --> 00:13:48,699 Well, we're not all blessed 280 00:13:48,700 --> 00:13:50,232 with your powers of duplicity, Patrick. 281 00:13:50,233 --> 00:13:51,932 If by that you mean charm and persuasion 282 00:13:51,933 --> 00:13:53,332 to keep my business afloat, 283 00:13:53,333 --> 00:13:55,700 well, then perhaps you should try it sometime. 284 00:13:57,733 --> 00:13:59,565 Whether you like it or not, 285 00:13:59,566 --> 00:14:02,266 you have to learn to play the game. 286 00:14:04,166 --> 00:14:06,199 (exhales) 287 00:14:06,200 --> 00:14:07,599 What is wrong with you at the moment? 288 00:14:07,600 --> 00:14:09,632 This can't just be about the hiring of staff. 289 00:14:09,633 --> 00:14:11,532 Is this about your inspector leaving? 290 00:14:11,533 --> 00:14:14,200 Nothing is wrong with me-- he's not my inspector. 291 00:14:17,833 --> 00:14:19,865 What I'm about to say you may not like-- 292 00:14:19,866 --> 00:14:21,732 in fact, you definitely won't like it. 293 00:14:21,733 --> 00:14:25,265 Well, then perhaps you shouldn't say it. 294 00:14:25,266 --> 00:14:28,065 The work you've had up until now from Scotland Yard 295 00:14:28,066 --> 00:14:29,965 has been on account of your friendship 296 00:14:29,966 --> 00:14:31,632 with Inspector Wellington. I secured that work because I'm good at what I do. 297 00:14:31,633 --> 00:14:33,032 And I'm not disputing that, 298 00:14:33,033 --> 00:14:34,765 but the fact remains, your friendship helped a great deal. 299 00:14:34,766 --> 00:14:35,765 But now Phelps is in charge, 300 00:14:35,766 --> 00:14:37,199 he's not obliged to tolerate you. 301 00:14:37,200 --> 00:14:38,265 Tolerate me? 302 00:14:38,266 --> 00:14:39,965 Do you want this business to flourish 303 00:14:39,966 --> 00:14:41,232 under your command or not? 304 00:14:41,233 --> 00:14:42,532 (quietly): Yes, of course I do. 305 00:14:42,533 --> 00:14:44,532 Then make it your business to get along with Phelps. 306 00:14:44,533 --> 00:14:46,232 And will you please stop sulking?! 307 00:14:46,233 --> 00:14:48,699 For the last time, I do not sulk! 308 00:14:48,700 --> 00:14:50,132 Good, because my mother was a sulker 309 00:14:50,133 --> 00:14:51,432 and it brings back bad memories. 310 00:14:51,433 --> 00:14:53,066 (both laugh) 311 00:14:54,300 --> 00:14:55,700 (both exhale) 312 00:14:57,300 --> 00:14:59,499 Fine. 313 00:14:59,500 --> 00:15:02,532 What do you want me to do, go back to him and grovel? No. 314 00:15:02,533 --> 00:15:04,765 That ship has sailed. 315 00:15:04,766 --> 00:15:06,599 I'll attempt to obtain crime scene photos 316 00:15:06,600 --> 00:15:08,032 from my usual source. 317 00:15:08,033 --> 00:15:09,899 Well, in the meantime, 318 00:15:09,900 --> 00:15:12,032 let's do some digging on our dead men. 319 00:15:12,033 --> 00:15:14,199 I suggest we start with the young inventor. 320 00:15:14,200 --> 00:15:16,699 Speak to his widow. 321 00:15:16,700 --> 00:15:20,765 See if anyone had a grudge. 322 00:15:20,766 --> 00:15:26,000 ♪ ♪ 323 00:15:32,000 --> 00:15:34,700 You both look very happy. 324 00:15:39,533 --> 00:15:43,432 How long were you married, Mrs. Baker? 325 00:15:43,433 --> 00:15:45,099 Six months. 326 00:15:45,100 --> 00:15:48,699 And it's Betty. 327 00:15:48,700 --> 00:15:51,666 Your husband was an avid reader. 328 00:15:52,666 --> 00:15:56,365 He had every book on engineering imaginable. 329 00:15:56,366 --> 00:15:59,699 They were his pride and joy. 330 00:15:59,700 --> 00:16:01,532 Mrs. Baker... 331 00:16:01,533 --> 00:16:04,032 Betty. 332 00:16:04,033 --> 00:16:08,632 Can you think of anyone who had a grudge against your husband? 333 00:16:08,633 --> 00:16:09,733 And take your time. 334 00:16:11,166 --> 00:16:13,199 Uh, Daniel Archer. 335 00:16:13,200 --> 00:16:15,399 He, uh, works at Britannia. 336 00:16:15,400 --> 00:16:18,765 Alfred started as his apprentice. 337 00:16:18,766 --> 00:16:21,332 He was full of resentment 338 00:16:21,333 --> 00:16:23,032 'cause Britannia wanted to go with Alfred's design 339 00:16:23,033 --> 00:16:25,832 for their new telephone, not his. 340 00:16:25,833 --> 00:16:29,032 His boss, Mr. Davidson, said he'd be famous. 341 00:16:29,033 --> 00:16:33,199 He called it "an ingenious invention." 342 00:16:33,200 --> 00:16:36,100 And Mr. Archer wasn't happy. 343 00:16:37,666 --> 00:16:39,399 My husband believed he tried 344 00:16:39,400 --> 00:16:41,865 to steal his plans for the new telephone. 345 00:16:41,866 --> 00:16:44,600 And what made him think that? 346 00:16:46,300 --> 00:16:47,933 He hid them. 347 00:16:49,566 --> 00:16:51,699 Under the floorboard in his office. 348 00:16:51,700 --> 00:16:53,699 As insurance, he said, 349 00:16:53,700 --> 00:16:56,433 on account of it being such a competitive industry. 350 00:16:58,433 --> 00:17:01,365 Then, one day, last month, 351 00:17:01,366 --> 00:17:03,265 he found Mr. Archer in his office 352 00:17:03,266 --> 00:17:06,799 looking shifty, my husband said. 353 00:17:06,800 --> 00:17:09,332 When he'd gone, Alfred said the rug 354 00:17:09,333 --> 00:17:12,132 that covered the floorboard had been disturbed. 355 00:17:12,133 --> 00:17:14,065 How would Mr. Archer have known 356 00:17:14,066 --> 00:17:15,932 where your husband hid his plans? 357 00:17:15,933 --> 00:17:18,965 Well, Alfred couldn't work it out. 358 00:17:18,966 --> 00:17:20,832 Mr. Davidson would never have told anyone. 359 00:17:20,833 --> 00:17:22,265 He was as worried as Alfred 360 00:17:22,266 --> 00:17:23,999 about keeping the new design a secret. 361 00:17:24,000 --> 00:17:26,665 And where are the plans now? 362 00:17:26,666 --> 00:17:29,433 Alfred moved them. 363 00:17:31,133 --> 00:17:34,699 He didn't tell me where. 364 00:17:34,700 --> 00:17:37,432 But he was certain Mr. Archer was after them. 365 00:17:37,433 --> 00:17:40,166 ♪ ♪ 366 00:17:42,433 --> 00:17:44,132 NASH: So, you're working on your own design 367 00:17:44,133 --> 00:17:46,699 for Britannia's new telephone, Mr. Archer. 368 00:17:46,700 --> 00:17:48,465 Hm, it will be a great improvement, 369 00:17:48,466 --> 00:17:49,565 most notably in terms 370 00:17:49,566 --> 00:17:51,765 of sound quality and reliability. 371 00:17:51,766 --> 00:17:54,365 I understand that Alfred Baker 372 00:17:54,366 --> 00:17:57,699 had designed a new telephone, as well. 373 00:17:57,700 --> 00:18:00,499 They're calling it the Upright. 374 00:18:00,500 --> 00:18:02,399 (chuckling): Woeful name. 375 00:18:02,400 --> 00:18:04,132 Well, whatever it was to be called, 376 00:18:04,133 --> 00:18:05,332 the design was applauded 377 00:18:05,333 --> 00:18:07,165 by the powers-that-be here at Britannia. 378 00:18:07,166 --> 00:18:09,432 Alfred Baker was once your apprentice, was he not? 379 00:18:09,433 --> 00:18:10,965 And I taught him well. 380 00:18:10,966 --> 00:18:12,699 Hm. 381 00:18:12,700 --> 00:18:16,066 But to have your junior surpass you... 382 00:18:17,033 --> 00:18:18,833 Must have been difficult. 383 00:18:21,133 --> 00:18:24,232 Competition can be a good thing. 384 00:18:24,233 --> 00:18:26,665 Mm, da Vinci and Michelangelo. 385 00:18:26,666 --> 00:18:29,199 Uh, Ingres and Delacroix. 386 00:18:29,200 --> 00:18:31,199 Well, Mr. Bracewell said his designs 387 00:18:31,200 --> 00:18:32,999 were going to change the world. 388 00:18:33,000 --> 00:18:34,299 But now he and his telephone are gone, 389 00:18:34,300 --> 00:18:35,833 so the road is clear for you, Mr. Archer. 390 00:18:36,833 --> 00:18:37,832 Mm. 391 00:18:37,833 --> 00:18:39,899 I have work to do. 392 00:18:39,900 --> 00:18:42,832 Can you tell us where you were on the day of the explosion? 393 00:18:42,833 --> 00:18:44,765 Here, working on my design. 394 00:18:44,766 --> 00:18:46,999 NASH: Hm, did anyone else see you? 395 00:18:47,000 --> 00:18:49,699 You are not the police, 396 00:18:49,700 --> 00:18:51,065 and I'm not obliged to talk to you. 397 00:18:51,066 --> 00:18:55,732 And would you please stop touching my things?! 398 00:18:55,733 --> 00:18:59,999 ♪ ♪ 399 00:19:00,000 --> 00:19:02,365 NASH: Well, we now know he has a temper. 400 00:19:02,366 --> 00:19:04,765 First rule of being a private investigator-- 401 00:19:04,766 --> 00:19:09,865 deliberately vex the suspect to test their temperament. 402 00:19:09,866 --> 00:19:11,332 Patrick, 403 00:19:11,333 --> 00:19:12,465 I think I can just about take you 404 00:19:12,466 --> 00:19:13,832 advising me on my business skills, 405 00:19:13,833 --> 00:19:16,599 but do not presume to lecture me on deduction. 406 00:19:16,600 --> 00:19:18,432 There's an article in here 407 00:19:18,433 --> 00:19:20,232 about Britannia's current telephone. 408 00:19:20,233 --> 00:19:22,065 Apparently, there are three main issues: 409 00:19:22,066 --> 00:19:25,332 cost, sound quality, and a tendency to short-circuit. 410 00:19:25,333 --> 00:19:28,299 No wonder Bracewell was so desperate for a new model. 411 00:19:28,300 --> 00:19:29,799 Clarence did some digging 412 00:19:29,800 --> 00:19:31,399 on Bracewell's partner, George Davidson. 413 00:19:31,400 --> 00:19:32,932 And? 414 00:19:32,933 --> 00:19:34,599 He has no family, no close relations, 415 00:19:34,600 --> 00:19:36,632 no financial issues or known grudges. 416 00:19:36,633 --> 00:19:38,365 Well, apart from the one 417 00:19:38,366 --> 00:19:39,932 held by his business partner, Joseph Bracewell. 418 00:19:39,933 --> 00:19:41,865 Forget the client. 419 00:19:41,866 --> 00:19:44,499 We need to concentrate on Daniel Archer. 420 00:19:44,500 --> 00:19:47,099 He has a clear motive, he wanted to remove his rival. 421 00:19:47,100 --> 00:19:49,799 And he has no alibi-- he should be our prime suspect. 422 00:19:49,800 --> 00:19:51,599 (knock at door) 423 00:19:51,600 --> 00:19:53,865 Delivery from your friend at the Met. 424 00:19:53,866 --> 00:19:55,466 Thank you. 425 00:19:59,633 --> 00:20:00,932 Hm, these are good. 426 00:20:00,933 --> 00:20:02,632 They're very good. 427 00:20:02,633 --> 00:20:05,066 The crime scene? Yeah. 428 00:20:06,833 --> 00:20:08,199 How peculiar. 429 00:20:08,200 --> 00:20:10,099 What? 430 00:20:10,100 --> 00:20:11,865 That looks like the scorch mark from where 431 00:20:11,866 --> 00:20:12,999 the gas was ignited. 432 00:20:13,000 --> 00:20:14,732 So? 433 00:20:14,733 --> 00:20:18,099 Well, if, as the police suspect, it was Davidson's pipe 434 00:20:18,100 --> 00:20:19,665 that ignited the gas, 435 00:20:19,666 --> 00:20:21,365 why is the scorch mark on the opposite side 436 00:20:21,366 --> 00:20:22,799 of the room from the bodies? 437 00:20:22,800 --> 00:20:25,699 ♪ ♪ 438 00:20:25,700 --> 00:20:29,599 Hurry up, you useless vermin! 439 00:20:29,600 --> 00:20:31,865 We haven't got all day! 440 00:20:31,866 --> 00:20:35,432 (people murmuring) 441 00:20:35,433 --> 00:20:37,965 ELIZA: Good morning, Detective Phelps. 442 00:20:37,966 --> 00:20:40,799 Yeah, it was, before you turned up. 443 00:20:40,800 --> 00:20:43,032 We wondered if the Britannia explosion 444 00:20:43,033 --> 00:20:44,965 had been assessed yet by your fire expert. 445 00:20:44,966 --> 00:20:49,232 They're now stuck with a factory blaze in bloody St. Albans. 446 00:20:49,233 --> 00:20:51,132 Get a move on! 447 00:20:51,133 --> 00:20:52,899 NASH: Dare I say it, Detective Phelps, 448 00:20:52,900 --> 00:20:54,465 you seem a little overstretched. 449 00:20:54,466 --> 00:20:55,932 That's one word for it. 450 00:20:55,933 --> 00:20:57,599 Let us lighten your load. 451 00:20:57,600 --> 00:20:59,533 We can help with the Britannia case. 452 00:21:00,833 --> 00:21:01,965 I don't need your help. 453 00:21:01,966 --> 00:21:03,266 And let you take all the credit. 454 00:21:05,666 --> 00:21:11,265 ♪ ♪ 455 00:21:11,266 --> 00:21:13,032 Ten minutes at the crime scene. 456 00:21:13,033 --> 00:21:15,433 That's all you're getting. 457 00:21:22,000 --> 00:21:25,966 Good, aren't I? 458 00:21:41,166 --> 00:21:44,432 Something in this area must have caused the spark. 459 00:21:44,433 --> 00:21:47,766 ♪ ♪ 460 00:21:55,633 --> 00:21:58,366 Someone has cut the insulation off these wires. 461 00:22:00,600 --> 00:22:02,833 Why would they do that? 462 00:22:09,933 --> 00:22:11,133 (buzzes) 463 00:22:14,933 --> 00:22:16,899 Prone to short-circuit when connected. 464 00:22:16,900 --> 00:22:19,200 It's one of the known faults of the Britannia telephone. 465 00:22:23,766 --> 00:22:25,132 That's what ignited the gas, Patrick. 466 00:22:25,133 --> 00:22:26,966 It wasn't Davidson's pipe. 467 00:22:28,333 --> 00:22:30,866 It was a phone call. 468 00:22:31,866 --> 00:22:34,665 Which means whoever made that call is our murderer. 469 00:22:34,666 --> 00:22:39,632 ♪ ♪ 470 00:22:39,633 --> 00:22:43,399 2,512 telephones in operation in London. 471 00:22:43,400 --> 00:22:45,732 How do you know these things? 472 00:22:45,733 --> 00:22:48,199 I do research, Patrick-- you should try it sometime. 473 00:22:48,200 --> 00:22:50,199 (sighs) 474 00:22:50,200 --> 00:22:52,899 The question is: from which telephone 475 00:22:52,900 --> 00:22:55,165 was the fatal call made? 476 00:22:55,166 --> 00:22:57,399 I understand the telephone exchange log all call details, 477 00:22:57,400 --> 00:22:58,632 so customers can be charged accordingly. 478 00:22:58,633 --> 00:23:00,899 So they might be able to help us narrow it down. 479 00:23:00,900 --> 00:23:03,132 It's worth a try. Mm. 480 00:23:03,133 --> 00:23:05,399 Provided we can persuade them to show us their call log. 481 00:23:05,400 --> 00:23:07,365 I suspect all calls 482 00:23:07,366 --> 00:23:09,600 are treated confidentially, and we don't have a warrant. 483 00:23:11,933 --> 00:23:15,699 (in different accent): Inspector Bates, Scotland Yard, at your service, madam. 484 00:23:15,700 --> 00:23:17,932 (groans): Are there any other officers available? 485 00:23:17,933 --> 00:23:20,932 (in normal voice): Inspector Bates has an excellent track record. 486 00:23:20,933 --> 00:23:23,932 Well, he definitely works best alone. 487 00:23:23,933 --> 00:23:26,399 So, while he visits the exchange, 488 00:23:26,400 --> 00:23:28,865 I'll continue my research into the telephone. Mm. 489 00:23:28,866 --> 00:23:30,899 See if I can glean any further insight 490 00:23:30,900 --> 00:23:34,466 into Alfred Baker's new design. (exhales) 491 00:23:41,266 --> 00:23:42,932 What? 492 00:23:42,933 --> 00:23:45,399 I much prefer it when you're not sulking. 493 00:23:45,400 --> 00:23:48,666 I don't sulk-- I brood. 494 00:23:52,566 --> 00:23:55,399 I know we've been at odds over the hiring of staff, 495 00:23:55,400 --> 00:24:00,733 but you've not been yourself lately. 496 00:24:02,066 --> 00:24:03,299 Is it the inspector? 497 00:24:03,300 --> 00:24:07,899 The fact that he's gone? (page turns) 498 00:24:07,900 --> 00:24:09,765 Inspector Bates is waiting. 499 00:24:09,766 --> 00:24:14,233 ♪ ♪ 500 00:24:20,500 --> 00:24:23,100 (door opens and closes) 501 00:24:25,200 --> 00:24:26,632 (book closes) 502 00:24:26,633 --> 00:24:29,900 ♪ ♪ 503 00:24:33,900 --> 00:24:37,799 ♪ ♪ 504 00:24:37,800 --> 00:24:39,865 (people talking in background) 505 00:24:39,866 --> 00:24:41,565 Yes, madam. 506 00:24:41,566 --> 00:24:45,065 Can I help you? Of course. 507 00:24:45,066 --> 00:24:48,832 (people talking in background, phones ringing) 508 00:24:48,833 --> 00:24:55,665 ♪ ♪ 509 00:24:55,666 --> 00:24:59,265 Good afternoon, which number do you require? 510 00:24:59,266 --> 00:25:02,366 Certainly, sir-- please hold. 511 00:25:04,366 --> 00:25:06,765 (phones ringing) 512 00:25:06,766 --> 00:25:10,966 ♪ ♪ 513 00:25:17,966 --> 00:25:20,299 (in different accent): Mr. Underwood? 514 00:25:20,300 --> 00:25:21,465 Yes? 515 00:25:21,466 --> 00:25:24,432 Inspector Bates, Scotland Yard. 516 00:25:24,433 --> 00:25:25,965 How do you do, Inspector? 517 00:25:25,966 --> 00:25:29,732 This is quite the operation you got here. 518 00:25:29,733 --> 00:25:30,965 Never seen one of those before. 519 00:25:30,966 --> 00:25:33,399 Uh, they allow me to listen in. 520 00:25:33,400 --> 00:25:37,399 Ensure that my operators are performing at their best. Hm. 521 00:25:37,400 --> 00:25:39,432 How may I help you, Inspector? 522 00:25:39,433 --> 00:25:42,499 I'm investigating the Britannia murders. 523 00:25:42,500 --> 00:25:44,065 You read about them? 524 00:25:44,066 --> 00:25:46,765 I have-- terrible business. 525 00:25:46,766 --> 00:25:50,332 We need to identify the source of a particular telephone call, 526 00:25:50,333 --> 00:25:51,999 so I'd be grateful to look at your call log 527 00:25:52,000 --> 00:25:54,365 for the day in question, the 21st of September. 528 00:25:54,366 --> 00:25:58,332 Yes, Inspector, one moment, I'll just fetch the logbook. 529 00:25:58,333 --> 00:25:59,932 OPERATOR: One moment. 530 00:25:59,933 --> 00:26:01,666 Sorry, Inspector. 531 00:26:03,133 --> 00:26:04,999 It just occurred to me, I, uh... 532 00:26:05,000 --> 00:26:08,132 Well, I should really see your warrant first. 533 00:26:08,133 --> 00:26:10,033 My warrant? 534 00:26:11,266 --> 00:26:15,232 As you can appreciate, all our calls are confidential. 535 00:26:15,233 --> 00:26:19,832 It's more than my job's worth, uh, to break protocol. 536 00:26:19,833 --> 00:26:21,533 Unless, of course, you have a warrant. 537 00:26:24,266 --> 00:26:27,165 (in normal voice): All right, fine, I'm not an inspector from Scotland Yard. 538 00:26:27,166 --> 00:26:28,699 But if you allow me to see the call log, 539 00:26:28,700 --> 00:26:30,665 I'll make it worth your while. 540 00:26:30,666 --> 00:26:33,365 If you're not a policeman, then what the hell are you? 541 00:26:33,366 --> 00:26:36,232 (phones ringing, Nash exhales) 542 00:26:36,233 --> 00:26:38,300 I am a private detective. 543 00:26:40,300 --> 00:26:42,599 A what? 544 00:26:42,600 --> 00:26:45,899 UNDERWOOD: And don't even think about coming back again! 545 00:26:45,900 --> 00:26:49,166 You're lucky I'm not reporting you to the police! 546 00:26:50,233 --> 00:26:52,432 (door slams) 547 00:26:52,433 --> 00:26:54,466 (sighs) 548 00:27:02,200 --> 00:27:05,366 A copy of Alfred Baker's contract with Britannia. 549 00:27:06,966 --> 00:27:08,932 Oh, um... 550 00:27:08,933 --> 00:27:11,065 Oh, shall I... Uh, yes. 551 00:27:11,066 --> 00:27:12,932 Yep, got it, got it. 552 00:27:12,933 --> 00:27:14,400 Thank you. 553 00:27:18,100 --> 00:27:21,100 Have you read this, Clarence? Yeah, briefly. 554 00:27:22,833 --> 00:27:24,499 George Davidson and Joseph Bracewell 555 00:27:24,500 --> 00:27:27,165 were each going to receive 45% of the profits 556 00:27:27,166 --> 00:27:28,399 from this new telephone. 557 00:27:28,400 --> 00:27:30,899 While Mr. Baker, the genius that invented it, 558 00:27:30,900 --> 00:27:32,432 just got ten percent. 559 00:27:32,433 --> 00:27:33,999 Uh, my contact at Britannia 560 00:27:34,000 --> 00:27:36,599 insisted on a bottle of Lynch-Bages '64 561 00:27:36,600 --> 00:27:38,665 in exchange for that contract, 562 00:27:38,666 --> 00:27:40,865 so, I, I will, of course, be charging that to the company? 563 00:27:40,866 --> 00:27:42,032 Oh, just charge it to Mr. Nash. 564 00:27:42,033 --> 00:27:43,932 "Upon death, 565 00:27:43,933 --> 00:27:45,632 "an individual's share of profits 566 00:27:45,633 --> 00:27:49,132 will be distributed equally among surviving parties." 567 00:27:49,133 --> 00:27:50,599 You know what this means? 568 00:27:50,600 --> 00:27:53,332 No doubt I will end up paying for that bottle of wine myself. 569 00:27:53,333 --> 00:27:54,999 No, it means that Joseph Bracewell is now 570 00:27:55,000 --> 00:27:57,500 entitled to all the profits from Alfred Baker's telephone. 571 00:28:01,466 --> 00:28:03,365 Oh, I'm... 572 00:28:03,366 --> 00:28:04,599 I'm sorry to disturb you, Miss Scarlet. 573 00:28:04,600 --> 00:28:07,599 What is it, Betty? 574 00:28:07,600 --> 00:28:10,765 I came back from visiting Alfred's mother. 575 00:28:10,766 --> 00:28:12,265 Poor woman's in such a state. 576 00:28:12,266 --> 00:28:14,765 And as I walked in, I heard someone going out the back door. 577 00:28:14,766 --> 00:28:17,732 Terrified, I was. 578 00:28:17,733 --> 00:28:20,432 But when I went to check, whoever it was had already gone. 579 00:28:20,433 --> 00:28:22,732 I did contact the police, but... 580 00:28:22,733 --> 00:28:24,732 They still haven't come. 581 00:28:24,733 --> 00:28:27,265 They're a little overstretched at the moment, 582 00:28:27,266 --> 00:28:29,233 but you did the right thing coming to me. 583 00:28:33,766 --> 00:28:36,332 And are you sure that nothing's missing? 584 00:28:36,333 --> 00:28:38,699 Nothing that I can see. 585 00:28:38,700 --> 00:28:40,865 They didn't touch my jewelry case. 586 00:28:40,866 --> 00:28:43,265 Not that I've got much. 587 00:28:43,266 --> 00:28:45,332 Have you rearranged these at all? 588 00:28:45,333 --> 00:28:48,532 ♪ ♪ 589 00:28:48,533 --> 00:28:50,932 That was Alfred's favorite set of books. 590 00:28:50,933 --> 00:28:52,766 Where's volume two? 591 00:28:54,633 --> 00:28:57,165 It was definitely there before. 592 00:28:57,166 --> 00:29:00,833 ♪ ♪ 593 00:29:12,033 --> 00:29:14,165 ELIZA: Inspector Bates, I presume? 594 00:29:14,166 --> 00:29:15,199 (exhales) 595 00:29:15,200 --> 00:29:17,199 I hear Inspector Bates was thwarted, 596 00:29:17,200 --> 00:29:18,665 so you resorted to plan B. Mm. 597 00:29:18,666 --> 00:29:20,565 NASH: I went through all my files twice 598 00:29:20,566 --> 00:29:22,632 to see if I knew anyone else who worked here. 599 00:29:22,633 --> 00:29:24,832 So I hear-- you left the office in quite a mess. 600 00:29:24,833 --> 00:29:27,099 Clarence was not happy. (breathes deeply) 601 00:29:27,100 --> 00:29:29,399 So you found someone. 602 00:29:29,400 --> 00:29:31,532 Mm, the night shift manager, an Elmer Goodheart. 603 00:29:31,533 --> 00:29:33,232 Not that there's anything good about him. 604 00:29:33,233 --> 00:29:34,632 A few years back, I put him away for fraud. 605 00:29:34,633 --> 00:29:37,265 His shift starts at 8:00. 606 00:29:37,266 --> 00:29:40,332 And Clarence said Miss Baker had a break-in. 607 00:29:40,333 --> 00:29:41,665 What was taken? 608 00:29:41,666 --> 00:29:43,365 The only thing missing was a book. 609 00:29:43,366 --> 00:29:46,899 "Inventions That Changed the World," volume two. 610 00:29:46,900 --> 00:29:48,632 And that's it? 611 00:29:48,633 --> 00:29:50,565 Yes. 612 00:29:50,566 --> 00:29:52,499 But I have a theory. 613 00:29:52,500 --> 00:29:53,632 Oh, good. 614 00:29:53,633 --> 00:29:54,965 I like when you say that. 615 00:29:54,966 --> 00:29:56,465 It makes me feel warm inside. 616 00:29:56,466 --> 00:29:58,399 Have you finished? 617 00:29:58,400 --> 00:30:00,332 (bell striking hour) Yes. 618 00:30:00,333 --> 00:30:01,899 I think the book contained the plans 619 00:30:01,900 --> 00:30:03,632 for Alfred's new telephone design. 620 00:30:03,633 --> 00:30:07,465 The ones that Daniel Archer was after. 621 00:30:07,466 --> 00:30:08,699 Well, there he is. 622 00:30:08,700 --> 00:30:11,665 Elmer Goodheart. 623 00:30:11,666 --> 00:30:15,565 Sure he's going to be delighted to see me. 624 00:30:15,566 --> 00:30:17,466 (bell continues, door opens) 625 00:30:18,733 --> 00:30:21,032 ♪ ♪ 626 00:30:21,033 --> 00:30:24,899 That's the supervisor I spoke to, Mr. Underwood. 627 00:30:24,900 --> 00:30:26,232 (bell stops) 628 00:30:26,233 --> 00:30:27,965 Mr. Underwood. Hi, Charles-- thank you. 629 00:30:27,966 --> 00:30:31,799 ♪ ♪ 630 00:30:31,800 --> 00:30:36,365 (urging horses) 631 00:30:36,366 --> 00:30:39,432 He's only a manager, and yet he can afford his own carriage? 632 00:30:39,433 --> 00:30:43,532 ♪ ♪ 633 00:30:43,533 --> 00:30:48,032 (people talking in background) 634 00:30:48,033 --> 00:30:49,465 Striking, isn't it? 635 00:30:49,466 --> 00:30:51,565 It certainly is. 636 00:30:51,566 --> 00:30:54,799 (footsteps approaching) 637 00:30:54,800 --> 00:30:59,165 The 21st of September. 638 00:30:59,166 --> 00:31:01,499 Appreciate your assistance, Mr. Goodheart. 639 00:31:01,500 --> 00:31:06,465 (footsteps retreating) 640 00:31:06,466 --> 00:31:08,765 Handwriting is incredibly neat. Mm. 641 00:31:08,766 --> 00:31:12,099 The explosion happened at 36 minutes past two. 642 00:31:12,100 --> 00:31:14,499 Here. 643 00:31:14,500 --> 00:31:17,132 A call was made to the Britannia engineering workshop 644 00:31:17,133 --> 00:31:19,365 from the... 645 00:31:19,366 --> 00:31:21,699 Britannia Telephone Company. 646 00:31:21,700 --> 00:31:26,065 Office of J. Bracewell. 647 00:31:26,066 --> 00:31:28,199 Damn it. 648 00:31:28,200 --> 00:31:34,265 (people talking in background) 649 00:31:34,266 --> 00:31:37,032 On no account can we speak to Mr. Bracewell about this. 650 00:31:37,033 --> 00:31:40,132 Of course, we speak to him, Patrick. 651 00:31:40,133 --> 00:31:41,499 He's our prime suspect. 652 00:31:41,500 --> 00:31:43,299 He's also a client, and a well-paying one at that. 653 00:31:43,300 --> 00:31:44,999 No. (inhales) 654 00:31:45,000 --> 00:31:46,699 We keep our sights on Daniel Archer. 655 00:31:46,700 --> 00:31:50,599 Joseph Bracewell benefits financially from the two deaths. 656 00:31:50,600 --> 00:31:52,765 He's admitted to being in his office 657 00:31:52,766 --> 00:31:55,499 with his telephone at the time of the explosion. 658 00:31:55,500 --> 00:31:57,599 And both you and I agree that whoever made that phone call 659 00:31:57,600 --> 00:31:59,565 was almost certainly the murderer. 660 00:31:59,566 --> 00:32:01,199 If we accuse Bracewell of murder, 661 00:32:01,200 --> 00:32:03,332 he will fire us and we'll lose our fee. 662 00:32:03,333 --> 00:32:04,499 But we'll be doing our jobs. 663 00:32:04,500 --> 00:32:05,865 No, your job is to do 664 00:32:05,866 --> 00:32:07,332 what's best for my business, and I'm ordering you 665 00:32:07,333 --> 00:32:08,465 to say nothing to Bracewell. 666 00:32:08,466 --> 00:32:09,665 Ordering me?! 667 00:32:09,666 --> 00:32:13,099 Yes! We stay on Archer! 668 00:32:13,100 --> 00:32:17,133 ♪ ♪ 669 00:32:18,200 --> 00:32:19,865 (footsteps retreating) 670 00:32:19,866 --> 00:32:22,366 (door opens, slams) 671 00:32:23,833 --> 00:32:25,232 It's laughable. 672 00:32:25,233 --> 00:32:27,499 He constantly corrects me and tells me how to behave, 673 00:32:27,500 --> 00:32:29,199 and yet what he's doing is completely immoral. 674 00:32:29,200 --> 00:32:31,499 I've never met anyone so bloody-minded and pigheaded. 675 00:32:31,500 --> 00:32:34,599 And before you say anything, no, I'm not either of those things, 676 00:32:34,600 --> 00:32:36,265 so, I'll thank you to keep your opinions to yourself. 677 00:32:36,266 --> 00:32:37,665 I didn't say anything. 678 00:32:37,666 --> 00:32:39,899 You didn't have to. 679 00:32:39,900 --> 00:32:43,199 Inspector Wellington wrote to me again. 680 00:32:43,200 --> 00:32:46,265 He wants to know if you're upset with him. 681 00:32:46,266 --> 00:32:47,532 Why is he asking you? 682 00:32:47,533 --> 00:32:51,565 Well, he tried asking you, and got no response. 683 00:32:51,566 --> 00:32:55,499 Lizzie, no matter what you say, I know that you're angry. 684 00:32:55,500 --> 00:32:57,565 When you were a little girl... 685 00:32:57,566 --> 00:32:58,799 I do not need a story 686 00:32:58,800 --> 00:33:00,799 from my childhood cleverly designed to teach me 687 00:33:00,800 --> 00:33:02,099 a life lesson as an adult. 688 00:33:02,100 --> 00:33:03,899 You have no idea what the story was going to be. 689 00:33:03,900 --> 00:33:05,599 It was going to be about the dog, wasn't it? 690 00:33:05,600 --> 00:33:07,365 Fine. 691 00:33:07,366 --> 00:33:10,766 You know so much, you can sort things out for yourself. 692 00:33:12,700 --> 00:33:14,499 Nothing to sort out. 693 00:33:14,500 --> 00:33:17,199 Inspector Wellington has left, and when he returns, 694 00:33:17,200 --> 00:33:18,599 we shall talk, and in the meantime, 695 00:33:18,600 --> 00:33:20,165 I have no intention of replying to his letters. 696 00:33:20,166 --> 00:33:22,365 Because you're angry with him. 697 00:33:22,366 --> 00:33:24,465 Fine! 698 00:33:24,466 --> 00:33:27,365 I am angry! 699 00:33:27,366 --> 00:33:28,499 He shouldn't have left! 700 00:33:28,500 --> 00:33:30,099 He should have stayed and we could have... 701 00:33:30,100 --> 00:33:31,932 Could have what? 702 00:33:31,933 --> 00:33:35,165 I don't know. 703 00:33:35,166 --> 00:33:37,233 And there's your answer. 704 00:33:39,266 --> 00:33:40,799 What is? 705 00:33:40,800 --> 00:33:42,199 The reason why he left. 706 00:33:42,200 --> 00:33:46,765 He went away for your sake, as well as his, 707 00:33:46,766 --> 00:33:49,399 so you both could have had time to work out 708 00:33:49,400 --> 00:33:51,600 what it is you really want. 709 00:33:52,966 --> 00:33:54,299 He's a good man, Lizzie. 710 00:33:54,300 --> 00:33:55,765 He doesn't deserve you ignoring him like this. 711 00:33:55,766 --> 00:33:59,765 Oh, so all the fault lies with me, does it? 712 00:33:59,766 --> 00:34:00,932 Thank you for your loyalty. 713 00:34:00,933 --> 00:34:02,299 Lizzie... I've fed up with you, 714 00:34:02,300 --> 00:34:04,465 Patrick Nash, and everyone else pointing out my faults, 715 00:34:04,466 --> 00:34:05,765 and telling me how to behave that I, 716 00:34:05,766 --> 00:34:07,132 as though I'm completely incapable 717 00:34:07,133 --> 00:34:11,465 of making my own decisions! 718 00:34:11,466 --> 00:34:14,165 (door opens, closes) 719 00:34:14,166 --> 00:34:15,399 (sighs) 720 00:34:15,400 --> 00:34:18,965 ♪ ♪ 721 00:34:18,966 --> 00:34:24,032 (phone ringing) 722 00:34:24,033 --> 00:34:26,599 (call answered) 723 00:34:26,600 --> 00:34:27,965 CLERK: Of course, Mr. Bracewell. 724 00:34:27,966 --> 00:34:31,165 (phone hangs up) 725 00:34:31,166 --> 00:34:33,200 Mr. Bracewell will see you now. 726 00:34:46,433 --> 00:34:48,765 Do you often accuse your client of murder? 727 00:34:48,766 --> 00:34:51,499 I'm not accusing you, Mr. Bracewell. 728 00:34:51,500 --> 00:34:53,699 I'm just looking at the evidence, 729 00:34:53,700 --> 00:34:55,799 and it is compelling. 730 00:34:55,800 --> 00:34:57,932 You stood to gain all profits from the new telephone 731 00:34:57,933 --> 00:34:59,932 on the death of Mr. Davidson and Mr. Baker. 732 00:34:59,933 --> 00:35:01,765 (inhales) 733 00:35:01,766 --> 00:35:06,232 Well, I'm the bearer of bad news. 734 00:35:06,233 --> 00:35:10,965 Because if that call came from this telephone, 735 00:35:10,966 --> 00:35:14,232 then it couldn't have been me who made it. 736 00:35:14,233 --> 00:35:18,699 Because I was in Ealing. 737 00:35:18,700 --> 00:35:20,499 Ealing? 738 00:35:20,500 --> 00:35:22,199 It was at the United Telephone Company. 739 00:35:22,200 --> 00:35:25,565 I've been involved in secret negotiations to buy them out. 740 00:35:25,566 --> 00:35:27,832 Then why not tell myself and Mr. Nash that 741 00:35:27,833 --> 00:35:29,665 in the first place? 742 00:35:29,666 --> 00:35:31,532 Because it's a highly competitive industry, 743 00:35:31,533 --> 00:35:33,399 and I didn't want to harm the deal. 744 00:35:33,400 --> 00:35:35,032 It's not yet been sealed. 745 00:35:35,033 --> 00:35:37,632 Perhaps you could also explain 746 00:35:37,633 --> 00:35:39,232 how I can profit from a telephone 747 00:35:39,233 --> 00:35:40,865 that no longer exists. 748 00:35:40,866 --> 00:35:44,499 Mr. Baker made a copy of his plans, 749 00:35:44,500 --> 00:35:46,632 which I'm sure you well know. 750 00:35:46,633 --> 00:35:48,300 I did not know. 751 00:35:55,933 --> 00:36:00,665 Here's how this is going to work, Miss Scarlet. 752 00:36:00,666 --> 00:36:04,365 You will bring me Alfred Baker's plans 753 00:36:04,366 --> 00:36:06,465 immediately. 754 00:36:06,466 --> 00:36:08,065 If you do not, 755 00:36:08,066 --> 00:36:12,132 I will let Mr. Nash know I'm firing his agency. 756 00:36:12,133 --> 00:36:17,766 ♪ ♪ 757 00:36:27,333 --> 00:36:29,100 Where have you been? 758 00:36:30,966 --> 00:36:32,532 Ealing. 759 00:36:32,533 --> 00:36:35,532 Well, while you've been gone, 760 00:36:35,533 --> 00:36:40,266 we received this telegram from Mr. Bracewell. 761 00:36:42,933 --> 00:36:44,932 He advises, albeit politely, 762 00:36:44,933 --> 00:36:46,733 that we're fired. 763 00:36:49,566 --> 00:36:52,065 How dare you disregard my instructions. 764 00:36:52,066 --> 00:36:54,132 You gave me no choice. 765 00:36:54,133 --> 00:36:55,632 I was doing my job. 766 00:36:55,633 --> 00:36:58,100 Your job is to build this business, not lose us clients. 767 00:36:59,600 --> 00:37:01,465 What the hell is in Ealing, anyway? 768 00:37:01,466 --> 00:37:05,865 Um, well, I was checking on Mr. Bracewell's new alibi. 769 00:37:05,866 --> 00:37:07,165 And? 770 00:37:07,166 --> 00:37:08,999 It stands up. 771 00:37:09,000 --> 00:37:11,666 (laughs, sighs) 772 00:37:13,300 --> 00:37:14,599 Where are you going? 773 00:37:14,600 --> 00:37:16,899 To try and persuade Bracewell to reconsider. 774 00:37:16,900 --> 00:37:19,699 If you are to run this agency, you must first and foremost 775 00:37:19,700 --> 00:37:21,099 be a businesswoman. 776 00:37:21,100 --> 00:37:23,099 And I'll not be returning to Paris 777 00:37:23,100 --> 00:37:24,499 until you convince me you understand this. 778 00:37:24,500 --> 00:37:27,099 (door opens) CLARENCE: Oh, Mr. Nash... 779 00:37:27,100 --> 00:37:28,465 Mr. Nash! 780 00:37:28,466 --> 00:37:29,465 Miss Scarlet. 781 00:37:29,466 --> 00:37:30,865 Not now, Clarence. 782 00:37:30,866 --> 00:37:32,932 I have just had word from my source at the bank. 783 00:37:32,933 --> 00:37:35,465 He informs me that Daniel Archer has been making 784 00:37:35,466 --> 00:37:37,899 regular cash withdrawals over the last six months. 785 00:37:37,900 --> 00:37:39,099 I said not now, Clarence. 786 00:37:39,100 --> 00:37:40,365 Yes, but just one more thing. 787 00:37:40,366 --> 00:37:43,099 Mr. Archer took out a large sum of cash 788 00:37:43,100 --> 00:37:45,766 from his bank account not one hour ago. 789 00:37:47,933 --> 00:37:52,966 ♪ ♪ 790 00:37:58,333 --> 00:38:02,233 ♪ ♪ 791 00:38:16,500 --> 00:38:20,532 ♪ ♪ 792 00:38:20,533 --> 00:38:25,165 (people talking in background) 793 00:38:25,166 --> 00:38:31,032 ♪ ♪ 794 00:38:31,033 --> 00:38:32,433 Pleasure doing business with you. 795 00:38:34,633 --> 00:38:36,666 (footsteps retreating) 796 00:38:41,466 --> 00:38:44,900 ♪ ♪ 797 00:38:47,633 --> 00:38:50,165 What on Earth...? 798 00:38:50,166 --> 00:38:52,565 I found this in your drawer, Mr. Archer. 799 00:38:52,566 --> 00:38:55,732 It's Alfred Baker's favorite book, I gather. 800 00:38:55,733 --> 00:38:57,899 And one which was stolen from his bookcase. 801 00:38:57,900 --> 00:39:00,732 As I suspected, 802 00:39:00,733 --> 00:39:04,632 this is where Alfred hid the plans 803 00:39:04,633 --> 00:39:07,165 for his new telephone. 804 00:39:07,166 --> 00:39:08,532 You want to make Alfred Baker's design 805 00:39:08,533 --> 00:39:09,932 and pass it off as your own. 806 00:39:09,933 --> 00:39:13,099 Alfred could never have designed that telephone 807 00:39:13,100 --> 00:39:15,065 without my tutelage, so... 808 00:39:15,066 --> 00:39:17,566 Why should it be that he gets all the credit? 809 00:39:19,600 --> 00:39:22,832 I just witnessed you giving Mr. Underwood something. 810 00:39:22,833 --> 00:39:25,132 Money, I suspect. 811 00:39:25,133 --> 00:39:27,832 Show me the contents of that envelope he gave you, 812 00:39:27,833 --> 00:39:30,065 and perhaps I won't report you to the police. 813 00:39:30,066 --> 00:39:33,800 ♪ ♪ 814 00:39:49,733 --> 00:39:52,265 This is Pitman shorthand. 815 00:39:52,266 --> 00:39:53,933 My father made me study it. 816 00:39:59,400 --> 00:40:01,833 It's transcripts from phone calls. 817 00:40:04,133 --> 00:40:06,499 But all involving Alfred Baker 818 00:40:06,500 --> 00:40:08,600 in conversation with his boss, George Davidson. 819 00:40:13,066 --> 00:40:15,499 This is how you knew where he hid his plans, isn't it? 820 00:40:15,500 --> 00:40:17,465 And to pass yourself off as the inventor 821 00:40:17,466 --> 00:40:19,899 of his telephone, you needed him dead. 822 00:40:19,900 --> 00:40:21,332 That's not true. 823 00:40:21,333 --> 00:40:26,599 And you have absolutely no proof that it was me. 824 00:40:26,600 --> 00:40:30,133 ♪ ♪ 825 00:40:42,466 --> 00:40:45,565 (door closes) 826 00:40:45,566 --> 00:40:51,332 Well, the good news is, we've managed to calm Bracewell down. 827 00:40:51,333 --> 00:40:52,332 To do so, 828 00:40:52,333 --> 00:40:53,732 I had to paint you as, well... 829 00:40:53,733 --> 00:40:55,999 Let me guess-- insubordinate. 830 00:40:56,000 --> 00:40:58,365 On second thought, it's perhaps best I do not 831 00:40:58,366 --> 00:41:00,799 share with you the exact words I used to describe you. 832 00:41:00,800 --> 00:41:01,899 You were right. (sighs) 833 00:41:01,900 --> 00:41:02,899 Of course, I was. 834 00:41:02,900 --> 00:41:04,399 About what? 835 00:41:04,400 --> 00:41:06,365 Daniel Archer. 836 00:41:06,366 --> 00:41:10,032 Now we just have to prove that he's the murderer. 837 00:41:10,033 --> 00:41:12,465 ♪ ♪ 838 00:41:12,466 --> 00:41:15,999 (people talking in background) 839 00:41:16,000 --> 00:41:18,432 (phones ringing) 840 00:41:18,433 --> 00:41:21,565 I thought I told you to leave. 841 00:41:21,566 --> 00:41:24,700 And now I see you've brought your wife. 842 00:41:26,966 --> 00:41:30,366 I'm not his wife. 843 00:41:32,666 --> 00:41:34,132 We know you're being paid 844 00:41:34,133 --> 00:41:36,599 by people like Archer to transcribe the conversations 845 00:41:36,600 --> 00:41:39,499 of private telephone calls. 846 00:41:39,500 --> 00:41:40,899 A call was made to the Britannia workshop 847 00:41:40,900 --> 00:41:42,565 on the 21st of September. 848 00:41:42,566 --> 00:41:45,332 It caused the explosion there. 849 00:41:45,333 --> 00:41:47,800 Did Daniel Archer make that call? 850 00:41:49,600 --> 00:41:51,365 Um, I don't know. 851 00:41:51,366 --> 00:41:53,365 Look, I don't know anything, I swear it. 852 00:41:53,366 --> 00:41:55,365 Do these belong to you? 853 00:41:55,366 --> 00:41:57,399 Yes, but they're just timesheets 854 00:41:57,400 --> 00:41:58,632 for the girls. 855 00:41:58,633 --> 00:42:00,299 It's not the contents that interest me, 856 00:42:00,300 --> 00:42:02,132 Mr. Underwood, but rather the, 857 00:42:02,133 --> 00:42:03,565 the neatness of the handwriting. 858 00:42:03,566 --> 00:42:05,965 We'd like to take another look at the logbook 859 00:42:05,966 --> 00:42:07,300 for the 21st of September. 860 00:42:11,600 --> 00:42:14,699 The other days are varied with different handwriting. 861 00:42:14,700 --> 00:42:17,532 Various operators, I assume. 862 00:42:17,533 --> 00:42:20,965 The day of the murder has been filled entirely by one person. 863 00:42:20,966 --> 00:42:23,466 You, Mr. Underwood. 864 00:42:25,733 --> 00:42:27,033 Why? 865 00:42:29,066 --> 00:42:30,732 I was told to. 866 00:42:30,733 --> 00:42:32,599 (drawer opens) 867 00:42:32,600 --> 00:42:35,199 When this blackmail letter 868 00:42:35,200 --> 00:42:37,799 was delivered to me 869 00:42:37,800 --> 00:42:39,932 on the night of that explosion, 870 00:42:39,933 --> 00:42:44,099 threatening to expose me. 871 00:42:44,100 --> 00:42:46,399 It's ordering you to amend the details of the call 872 00:42:46,400 --> 00:42:49,132 made to the Britannia workshop 873 00:42:49,133 --> 00:42:51,799 to say that it came from Joseph Bracewell's office. 874 00:42:51,800 --> 00:42:54,032 In order to do that, 875 00:42:54,033 --> 00:42:57,032 I had to replace the whole page in the logbook 876 00:42:57,033 --> 00:43:00,599 and fill in the entire day myself. 877 00:43:00,600 --> 00:43:03,299 So where did the call really come from? 878 00:43:03,300 --> 00:43:07,599 From a public telephone in Farringdon. 879 00:43:07,600 --> 00:43:11,166 ♪ ♪ 880 00:43:14,766 --> 00:43:18,999 Whoever wrote that blackmail note must be our murderer. 881 00:43:19,000 --> 00:43:22,132 They clearly knew about his sideline. 882 00:43:22,133 --> 00:43:24,332 Maybe it's someone who works here. 883 00:43:24,333 --> 00:43:27,099 My thoughts exactly. 884 00:43:27,100 --> 00:43:28,865 I'll go back in and compare the handwriting 885 00:43:28,866 --> 00:43:30,899 of the blackmail letter against the call log. 886 00:43:30,900 --> 00:43:32,532 While you do that, I'll go to Farringdon. 887 00:43:32,533 --> 00:43:33,899 With any luck, whoever runs 888 00:43:33,900 --> 00:43:35,333 the public phones there will keep records. 889 00:43:37,066 --> 00:43:43,299 "A talented detective with the utmost integrity." 890 00:43:43,300 --> 00:43:44,799 What? 891 00:43:44,800 --> 00:43:48,499 They were the words I used to describe you to Bracewell. 892 00:43:48,500 --> 00:43:52,166 ♪ ♪ 893 00:44:09,333 --> 00:44:12,932 CLERK: We don't keep records of calls made. 894 00:44:12,933 --> 00:44:15,065 How often is this telephone used? 895 00:44:15,066 --> 00:44:16,699 Not much. 896 00:44:16,700 --> 00:44:17,699 People around here, 897 00:44:17,700 --> 00:44:19,332 they don't really understand it. 898 00:44:19,333 --> 00:44:20,765 Hm. 899 00:44:20,766 --> 00:44:24,265 You had a customer here three days ago, on the 21st. 900 00:44:24,266 --> 00:44:26,165 Early afternoon? 901 00:44:26,166 --> 00:44:27,665 Mm-- do you remember the person? 902 00:44:27,666 --> 00:44:30,100 Absolutely. 903 00:44:32,566 --> 00:44:37,600 ♪ ♪ 904 00:44:54,000 --> 00:44:55,765 (quietly): Got you. 905 00:44:55,766 --> 00:44:57,499 (phones ringing) 906 00:44:57,500 --> 00:44:58,765 ELIZA: B.L. 907 00:44:58,766 --> 00:45:01,365 It's the same handwriting as the blackmail letter. 908 00:45:01,366 --> 00:45:04,032 B.L. 909 00:45:04,033 --> 00:45:06,299 Elizabeth Landing. 910 00:45:06,300 --> 00:45:09,532 She was an operator here until about six months ago. 911 00:45:09,533 --> 00:45:11,199 Left to get married. 912 00:45:11,200 --> 00:45:12,632 Ooh. 913 00:45:12,633 --> 00:45:14,432 (quietly): Are you suggesting that she was the one 914 00:45:14,433 --> 00:45:15,632 that wrote me the letter? 915 00:45:15,633 --> 00:45:16,765 Almost certainly. 916 00:45:16,766 --> 00:45:18,999 Who is she? 917 00:45:19,000 --> 00:45:21,965 Her fiancé worked at Britannia. 918 00:45:21,966 --> 00:45:24,632 Why has she signed her name B and not E? 919 00:45:24,633 --> 00:45:27,099 (breathlessly): Because she called herself Betty. 920 00:45:27,100 --> 00:45:30,332 (breathes heavily) 921 00:45:30,333 --> 00:45:32,600 (exhales) 922 00:45:38,966 --> 00:45:42,465 You wanted Davidson and Bracewell dead. 923 00:45:42,466 --> 00:45:46,932 But Alfred, that was an accident, 924 00:45:46,933 --> 00:45:50,132 wasn't it? 925 00:45:50,133 --> 00:45:54,332 (voice trembling): Alfred was never meant to be at that meeting. 926 00:45:54,333 --> 00:45:56,532 But his boss must have called him in last minute. 927 00:45:56,533 --> 00:45:58,832 I had no idea. (breath catches) 928 00:45:58,833 --> 00:46:01,965 You stole the keys 929 00:46:01,966 --> 00:46:04,699 to Alfred's workshop, 930 00:46:04,700 --> 00:46:07,632 you primed the telephone to spark, 931 00:46:07,633 --> 00:46:10,132 punctured the gas pipe, and left. 932 00:46:10,133 --> 00:46:12,132 Knowing that by the afternoon, 933 00:46:12,133 --> 00:46:13,532 when Bracewell and Davidson came 934 00:46:13,533 --> 00:46:17,132 for their meeting, the workshop would be a bomb, 935 00:46:17,133 --> 00:46:19,532 ready to explode. 936 00:46:19,533 --> 00:46:22,066 And then you made the call. 937 00:46:24,466 --> 00:46:26,899 (voice breaking): Ten percent! 938 00:46:26,900 --> 00:46:28,399 That's all they gave him. 939 00:46:28,400 --> 00:46:31,065 Ten percent for all the time and all the work he put in. 940 00:46:31,066 --> 00:46:34,965 I just wanted Alfred to have what he deserved. 941 00:46:34,966 --> 00:46:36,500 It was so unfair. (gasps) 942 00:46:38,300 --> 00:46:40,032 Do what you want with me. 943 00:46:40,033 --> 00:46:42,199 (sniffles) 944 00:46:42,200 --> 00:46:45,865 My life's over now, anyway. 945 00:46:45,866 --> 00:46:49,265 I killed my husband. 946 00:46:49,266 --> 00:46:53,665 (sobbing): My own beloved husband. 947 00:46:53,666 --> 00:46:59,399 ♪ ♪ 948 00:46:59,400 --> 00:47:02,099 PHELPS: I said get in there, you toe-rag! 949 00:47:02,100 --> 00:47:03,465 Get in there! 950 00:47:03,466 --> 00:47:04,765 OFFICER: You bloody idiot! 951 00:47:04,766 --> 00:47:06,399 I don't think I can do this. 952 00:47:06,400 --> 00:47:08,965 We gave Phelps our word. 953 00:47:08,966 --> 00:47:12,032 If we give Phelps the credit, it could seal his promotion. 954 00:47:12,033 --> 00:47:14,265 Is that really what we want, to be dealing with him? 955 00:47:14,266 --> 00:47:15,832 It'll be you dealing with him. 956 00:47:15,833 --> 00:47:18,400 So you need to give him the win. 957 00:47:22,400 --> 00:47:27,433 ♪ ♪ 958 00:47:29,433 --> 00:47:30,899 ELIZA: Detective Phelps. 959 00:47:30,900 --> 00:47:33,165 Miss Scarlet. 960 00:47:33,166 --> 00:47:35,699 Have you got something for me? 961 00:47:35,700 --> 00:47:37,432 The evidence is all in here. 962 00:47:37,433 --> 00:47:41,899 And just remind me 963 00:47:41,900 --> 00:47:44,532 who solved this case. 964 00:47:44,533 --> 00:47:46,265 (inhales) 965 00:47:46,266 --> 00:47:47,932 You did, Detective Phelps. 966 00:47:47,933 --> 00:47:50,099 And did I get any help? 967 00:47:50,100 --> 00:47:51,265 At all? 968 00:47:51,266 --> 00:47:53,399 No, Detective Phelps. 969 00:47:53,400 --> 00:47:54,832 (clicks tongue) 970 00:47:54,833 --> 00:47:58,599 That's the right answer. 971 00:47:58,600 --> 00:48:03,666 ♪ ♪ 972 00:48:06,633 --> 00:48:08,632 ♪ ♪ 973 00:48:08,633 --> 00:48:12,433 (people talking in background) 974 00:48:22,466 --> 00:48:24,032 What's going on? 975 00:48:24,033 --> 00:48:26,865 NASH: Oh, I contacted the applicants you favored. 976 00:48:26,866 --> 00:48:30,732 They're here for the interview. 977 00:48:30,733 --> 00:48:32,699 Well, where are you going? 978 00:48:32,700 --> 00:48:35,299 They'll be working for you. 979 00:48:35,300 --> 00:48:38,099 You should be the one to choose your staff. 980 00:48:38,100 --> 00:48:40,865 Let's just call it a show of faith. 981 00:48:40,866 --> 00:48:42,699 (exhales) 982 00:48:42,700 --> 00:48:45,499 Thank you, Patrick. 983 00:48:45,500 --> 00:48:46,499 Oh. 984 00:48:46,500 --> 00:48:49,032 I had that installed. 985 00:48:49,033 --> 00:48:50,465 I thought it might be helpful. 986 00:48:50,466 --> 00:48:52,899 What, to keep checks on me when you return to Paris? 987 00:48:52,900 --> 00:48:54,699 Why must you always think the worst of me? 988 00:48:54,700 --> 00:48:57,832 I am simply a man at the forefront of innovation. 989 00:48:57,833 --> 00:48:59,765 Well, it's no matter. 990 00:48:59,766 --> 00:49:01,765 The technology is still far off being able 991 00:49:01,766 --> 00:49:03,199 to place a call overseas. 992 00:49:03,200 --> 00:49:06,199 But as a man at the forefront of innovation, 993 00:49:06,200 --> 00:49:07,866 you, of course, knew that. 994 00:49:10,133 --> 00:49:11,166 Of course, I did. 995 00:49:15,400 --> 00:49:18,865 (laughs) 996 00:49:18,866 --> 00:49:21,099 (door closes) 997 00:49:21,100 --> 00:49:25,365 (bell tolling, people talking in background) 998 00:49:25,366 --> 00:49:30,500 ♪ ♪ 999 00:49:43,800 --> 00:49:46,732 What are you doing? 1000 00:49:46,733 --> 00:49:48,766 Helping. 1001 00:49:52,533 --> 00:49:55,032 So... 1002 00:49:55,033 --> 00:49:58,132 Are you still angry with me? 1003 00:49:58,133 --> 00:50:00,032 Are you still angry with me? 1004 00:50:00,033 --> 00:50:01,032 I asked first. 1005 00:50:01,033 --> 00:50:02,666 (work pauses) 1006 00:50:07,233 --> 00:50:09,265 (exhales) (chuckles) 1007 00:50:09,266 --> 00:50:11,199 Oh, sorry. 1008 00:50:11,200 --> 00:50:13,032 I shouldn't have gone behind your back like that. 1009 00:50:13,033 --> 00:50:14,032 I just thought 1010 00:50:14,033 --> 00:50:15,199 I was doing the right thing. 1011 00:50:15,200 --> 00:50:18,565 I know, and I understand why you did it. 1012 00:50:18,566 --> 00:50:20,065 And you're right. 1013 00:50:20,066 --> 00:50:21,932 This, Inspector Wellington leaving 1014 00:50:21,933 --> 00:50:25,499 has caused me some... upset. 1015 00:50:25,500 --> 00:50:27,099 And you miss him. 1016 00:50:27,100 --> 00:50:31,365 I'm only saying this because I love you, 1017 00:50:31,366 --> 00:50:35,566 but I think replying to him would make you feel better. 1018 00:50:37,966 --> 00:50:39,565 And I think you're right. 1019 00:50:39,566 --> 00:50:42,465 Oh, you're always right. 1020 00:50:42,466 --> 00:50:44,500 I keep saying that to Barnabus, but will he listen? 1021 00:50:46,666 --> 00:50:49,833 Ivy, I hate cauliflower. 1022 00:50:52,533 --> 00:50:55,965 You'll eat what I cook for you, young lady. 1023 00:50:55,966 --> 00:51:01,066 ♪ ♪ 1024 00:51:14,300 --> 00:51:15,299 Good evening. 1025 00:51:15,300 --> 00:51:16,899 My name is Miss Scarlet. 1026 00:51:16,900 --> 00:51:18,832 I believe you are... 1027 00:51:18,833 --> 00:51:21,665 An associate of my father's. 1028 00:51:21,666 --> 00:51:25,232 He said there'd be food. 1029 00:51:25,233 --> 00:51:29,199 Yes, I cooked a smoked ham this afternoon. 1030 00:51:29,200 --> 00:51:31,399 I'll cut you a slice. 1031 00:51:31,400 --> 00:51:36,900 ♪ ♪ 1032 00:51:45,966 --> 00:51:49,632 Dear William, 1033 00:51:49,633 --> 00:51:52,832 I'm happy to hear things are going well 1034 00:51:52,833 --> 00:51:56,832 for you in New York. 1035 00:51:56,833 --> 00:51:58,299 It's been an interesting week here. 1036 00:51:58,300 --> 00:52:03,265 But, on balance, a good one. 1037 00:52:03,266 --> 00:52:07,300 ♪ ♪ 1038 00:52:12,233 --> 00:52:13,266 (click) 1039 00:52:16,200 --> 00:52:17,699 ♪ ♪ 1040 00:52:17,700 --> 00:52:20,065 FITZROY: Mr. Nash is wanted in connection with a murder. 1041 00:52:20,066 --> 00:52:21,332 I have a warrant for his arrest. 1042 00:52:21,333 --> 00:52:22,465 PHELPS: He was looking for someone 1043 00:52:22,466 --> 00:52:23,465 right before they were killed, 1044 00:52:23,466 --> 00:52:24,532 and then he disappeared. 1045 00:52:24,533 --> 00:52:25,699 NASH: Leave this alone. 1046 00:52:25,700 --> 00:52:27,232 How can I when you fled a murder scene? 1047 00:52:27,233 --> 00:52:28,399 I don't have time to explain. 1048 00:52:28,400 --> 00:52:29,865 What have you done, Patrick? 1049 00:52:29,866 --> 00:52:34,000 ♪ ♪ 1050 00:52:37,033 --> 00:52:39,732 ♪ ♪ 1051 00:52:39,733 --> 00:52:41,599 ANNOUNCER: Visit our website for videos, 1052 00:52:41,600 --> 00:52:43,732 newsletters, podcasts, and more. 1053 00:52:43,733 --> 00:52:45,833 And join us on social media. 1054 00:52:47,566 --> 00:52:50,099 To order this program, visit ShopPBS. 1055 00:52:50,100 --> 00:52:52,965 "Masterpiece" is available with PBS Passport 1056 00:52:52,966 --> 00:52:55,532 and on Amazon Prime Video. 1057 00:52:55,533 --> 00:52:58,433 ♪ ♪ 74611

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