nearly twelve years. Then she fell
off the wagon. At this funeral. And
she said it was my fault. Which -
(she hesitates. She blames
herself more than she’s
prepared to let on)
well, it was and it wasn’t. And in
fact... that was the same day that
having to do this. Business. Here.
Ah. Yes. Tommy Lee Royce’s mother’s
funeral. We will come onto that.
2 INT. THERAPIST’S ROOM. DAY 8. 09.31 2
As before, CATHERINE and the THERAPIST.
So language like, “I could’ve
merrily strung Ryan up”, “happily
throttled Daniel”, “cheerfully
strangled Clare”. There are two
points there. On one level you
love, unquestionably, it’s an
expression of frustration, and
ironically affection, when their
would like or expect. On another
level. You are angry. Whether it’s
way you can with the people you
live with. These are chosen,
sarcastic, brutal expressions.
I’m a police officer. I see things.
vocabulary as Mary Poppins.
The THERAPIST smiles. He’s kind, objective, fascinated
Why did she think it was your fault
that she’d fallen off the wagon?
CATHERINE pulls this face/heaves a sigh like she can’t be
bothered to explain.
Happy Valley Season #2 Episode #3 (2014)
Synopsis: Happy Valley is a British crime drama television series filmed and set in the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire in Northern England. The series, starring Sarah Lancashire and Siobhan Finneran, is written and created by Sally Wainwright, and directed by Wainwright, Euros Lyn, and Tim Fywell. The first series debuted on BBC One on 29 April 2014, and the second series debuted on 9 February 2016. Wainwright has said that she would like to write a third series, but is busy with other commitments for the time being. Sarah Lancashire has said that she would not return for a third series, but a spokesman for the show later reported that after discussions with Wainwright, Lancashire was "very keen" on a third series.