This week the show is looking at love triangles, generally not one of my favourite subjects but I can’t help but admire the head on approach that Dominic Mitchell takes in this episode. PDS Sufferer Freddie Preston firmly believes in his marriage vow ‘to death do us part’, but unfortunately his wife, Haley, moved on and is happily living with her new partner, Amir. Needing somewhere to stay after coming out of the treatment centre she reluctantly allowed Freddie to stay in the spare bedroom for a few weeks; but now it’s four months later and he still shows no signs of giving up on her, or finding elsewhere to live, much to Amir's growing agitation.
Episode 3 airs at 10pm on Sunday 18th May on BBC Three and BBC Three HD, and on Saturday May 24th on BBC America at 10pm/9c. Below are a few dialogue teasers to see you through until then, don't forget to come back to vote in our poll after the episode and let us know what you thought.
“I sanctioned the patrol it’s my responsibility to handle the fallout, where’s the body?”
“It’s ok, I’ll tell the Doctor that’s how she’s been treating them”
“Amy is someone who needs to see that she’s loved, so I show love, because I do love her, just not like that”
“No, I don’t like being here with you, I’d rather be with my friends”
“Morning Walker’s, Jem’s warming up to me, nice welcoming brush past on her way out”
“Oh, your name came up earlier, Henry Lonsdale, I think he may have a little thing for you”
“It wasn't great all the time, you weren't exactly the most reliable bloke in the world”
“Today’s been one of those days with me and Rotter’s, anything’s liable to happen”
“When we were married we always went out on her birthday”
“There’s a mythology among the more extreme PDS elements, that the first risen is in some way special, that they need to bring about a second rising”
“Did you know there was a PDS brothel in Roarton?”