The Chief is keen to make amends for a slip of the tongue and keeps digging deeper as his extended apology lasts for ever. The traffic cops make a big noise to salute the key workers, while the rural officers handle a massive marrow bust-up at the horticultural show.
There's dancing in the streets with traffic cops PC Hugh McKirdy and PC Surjit Singh; rural police officers Charlie and Jane take out the trash; and there's a political stooshie between Sgt Karen Ann Miller and MSP Patrick Harvie.
PC Jack McLaren and PC Sarah Fletcher deal with a delivery driver in distress; Bobby and Officer Karen are locked in down at the station; and PC McKirdy is gobsmacked when an old flame urgently needs roadside assistance.
This week, urban cops PC Jack McLaren and PC Sarah Fletcher get their teeth into a disagreement between TV presenter Jean Johannsen and a local chippy; Acting Sgt Ken Beattie deals with bams while pushing a pram; and traffic cops PC Surjit Singh and PC Hugh McKirdy weed out the wicked.
This week, The Chief tackles a new initiative with the help of rugby legend Gavin Hastings, it's a bum wrap for Detectives Squire and McGill when tracing a criminal, and Acting Sgt Ken Beattie closes the window on crime.