Waking the Dead (2000–2011)
Sue Johnston: Dr. Grace Foley
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : I fancied a woman once who worked in a deli. I knew all her hours. I even followed her home on the Tube. I suppose that was a sort of stalking thing.
Dr Grace Foley : Did you chat her up?
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : Yeah.
Dr Grace Foley : Oh, well, then you stopped being an observer, didn't you? Did you ask her out? Casually, so that you wouldn't lose face if she said no?
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : She did say no. It just made me want her all the more. I sent her flowers. I remember hanging around for hours. Ended up with a fridge full of dolcelatte and olives.
Dr Grace Foley : But, you see, ultimately, you knew when no meant no.
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : No.
Dr Grace Foley : Sorry?
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : I married her.
[Mel and Boyd are in a toilet cubicle watching a suspect on the laptop. They hear the door open]
DC : Frankie?
Dr Grace Foley : No, it's Grace. Hi
DC : Are you on your own?
Dr Grace Foley : Yes...
DC : [Mel opens the door and checks around before turning round and talking to Boyd] It's all clear
[Mel walks out and the door swings open to show Boyd sat on the toilet seat]
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : Hi, Grace
Dr Grace Foley : Hi, Boyd...
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : Who wrote that stuff about me on the walls?
[he begins to walk past her]
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd : Excuse me.
Dr Grace Foley : You haven't washed your hands.