Series 4, Episode 3
The Scottish Police Force are used to expecting the unexpected and in the third episode of spoof documentary, Scot Squad, there are plenty of surprises in store for the cops.
Bobby turns to Officer Karen's helping hands after he's indisposed following an unfortunate accident. However, when he asks for help with a visit to the loo she has to draw the thin blue line until Bobby produces a unique solution - a pair of grabbers.
Also this week, Knights of the Road, PCs Singh and McKirdy gallantly help out a hen do transport their obscene inflatable, while Chief Commissioner Miekelson's attempts at international diplomacy involves shouting loudly at a computer during a video conference.
Rural cops McIntosh and MacKay come face-to-face with nuisance farmer Murphy Williams once again who claims he's made an explosive discovery on his land. For once his outlandish claim turns out be accurate and the duo face a dramatic situation.
Urban officers PC McLaren and Fletcher misinterpret some questionable sign language. Also this week, newly-promoted PC Ken Beattie is called upon to provide a character reference for a familiar face, homeless pal Patrick Dillon.
- Wednesday 29th November 2017
- BBC One Scotland
- 30 minutes
Cast & crew
|Jack Docherty||Chief Commissioner Cameron Miekelson|
|Jordan Young||PC Jack McLaren|
|Sally Reid||PC Sarah Fletcher|
|Ashley Smith||PC Jane Mackay|
|Chris Forbes||PC Charlie McIntosh|
|Manjot Sumal||PC Surjit Singh|
|Graeme Stevely (as Grado)||PC Hugh McKirdy|
|James Allenby-Kirk||Officer/Acting Sgt. Ken Beattie|
|ML Stone||Maggie LeBeau|
|Karen Bartke||Sergeant Karen Ann Millar|
|Darren Connell||Bobby Muir|
|Jim Smith||Murphy Williams|
|John Gavin||Party Van Driver|
|Iain Hodgetts||Stuart Cruickshank|
|Jamie Rea||Tony Spencer|
|Bruce Morton||Patrick Dillon|
|Dom Watters||Connor Hollis|
|Ewan Angus||Executive Producer|
|Rab Christie||Executive Producer|
|Andy Drummond||Production Designer|
PC's Sarah Fletcher and Jack McLaren are brushing up on their sign language skills.