|The Tell-Tale Safe|
|Season One, Episode Eight|
|Air date||March 10, 2010|
|Directed by||Jerry Ciccoritti|
|Written by||John Callaghan and Steve Cochrane|
The Woman Who Knew Too Little
He Sleeps With the Chips
The Tell-Tale Safe is the eighth episode in the first season and the eighth in the series.
A grieving widow hires the Doyles to find out why her husband left a generous sum of money in his will to a woman she’s never heard of. Rose continues to battle with Martin over their divorce while Mal formulates a plan to get Poole out of their lives for good; and Leslie and Jake hit a comfortable stride as friends and colleagues - just as his divorce from Nikki becomes final.
- Allan Hawco as Jake Doyle
- Seán McGinley as Malachy Doyle
- Mark O'Brien as Des Courtney
- Lynda Boyd as Rose Miller
- Marthe Bernard as Tinny Doyle
- Krystin Pellerin as Constable Leslie Bennett
- Cathy Jones as Janet Chafe
- R.H. Thomson as Francis Chafe
- Tammy Isbell as Katherine Walsh
- Burke Brokenshire as Ryan
- Brad Hodder as Brandon
- Simon Northwood as Wilbur
- Mal: We're very sorry for your loss. I lost my wife some time ago...
Janet: Oh yeah? Was your wife a lying son of a bitch?
Mal: What's that?
Janet: Was your wife a lying son of a bitch? Because my dead husband was.
- Leslie: It's a straight suicide, no sign of foul play.
Jake: Yeah, I know. But why'd the guy go all the way out in the middle of nowhere to kill himself, you know, when he's got a perfectly good two-car garage a home?
Leslie: People tend to kill themselves in places that mean something to them. If he was having an affair, it could be where it started, where it ended; could be anything.
Jake: Does that mean I gotta kill myself in your kitchen then?
Leslie: Don't be talking about offing yourself, Doyle. You get a girl all excited.
"Sweet Hallelujah" performed by Hawksley Workman
"Old Memory" performed by The Monday Nights
"Pawn Shop" performed by Jetset Motel
"Friend of Mine" performed by The Monday Nights