Sadie, knowing that she’s being used purely as a means of escapism, pushes a very persistent Frankie away, telling her she knows that it isn’t her that she wants. She leaves teary-eyed.
Sadie: [sadly] I really liked you Frankie.
Lee & Sarah: [sadly] We really liked you, Sadie.
Left with just a tray of vol-au-vents and a cheese and pineapple hedgehog for company, all Frankie can do is eat or seep into the sadness in her own head.
Back at Cat’s flat, she and DS Murray have some tender loving sex and finally Cat utters those three wee words that DS Murray has been waiting for.
Cat: I love you.
Lee: So much happened in that episode. I feel a little drained by the emotional merry-go-round.
Sarah: We need a drink.