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Jessica tells Ian, Becky, and Wilson the new reality that they have to face as fugitives. Meanwhile, Grant makes a new friend while dealing with the realities of his situation, and Michael reaps an unexpected benefit from having betrayed his superior and buying the flu vaccine from Corvadt.
A tramp makes his way across the country and ends up outside a home. A man, Jack Tate, walks past the tramp, looks nervously at him for a moment, and then continues into the house. He removes a book of Utopia
graphic novel sketches from a compartment and then then sends them off in a post box. Jack man then calmly walks out onto the motorway and a truck runs him over...Read the full recap
Jessica: Ian, you won't be able to shoot me.
Ian: Yeah? Don't imagine I won't, Jess.
Jessica: No, really, you won't be able to shoot me. You've got the safety catch on. (Ian looks at it, Jessica yanks it away) They don't generally have safety catches. Except on telly.
(as Jessica steals a car)
Ian: Is this your car?
Jessica Hyde: You're so cute.
Jessica Hyde: Let me make this very clear. Your lives as you know them are over. What the next 48 hours are about is abandoning everything you know or thought you could rely on and adjusting to the new reality. If you can adjust you will live. If you can't. you will die.
Jessica Hyde: (to Ian) You look good. You should wear that color more often. (to Becky) You look shit. But in a good way.
Ian: He's on our side, isn't he?
Jessica Hyde: There are no sides. Just people who help you and people who don't.
Wilson: Bloody hell, you sound about 10.
Becky: Close. He's 11.
Wilson: What? Really? You said that you owned a Porsche and that your girlfriend was a super-model.
Grant: Yeah, I've got ambitions.