S2 E7 - Enter Grossman
Previously: Gretchen storms off once she realises that the twins will not help in her search for answers about her missing friend, Gunther. Bette reveals she has a child, and asks JJ to co-operate with Jenkins' plan. JJ refuses, unwilling to tie her fortunes to Mockery Manor. She has a better plan for them both: sell the stolen painting.
Thomasz reveals it's worth a lot more than she originally thought - $200 million.
Back at Mockery, Parker asks Jenkins where he buried Smithy's body, and Jenkins tells him that Smithy isn't dead. Elsewhere, Margot and Davina meet to discuss Jenkins and some troubling 'accountancy discrepancies'.
In this episode: JJ tells Bette what really happened in Tokyo, Parker confronts Matty, Dodgy Eric arrives at Dunkelschloss and Gretchen sings a song.
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Mockery Manor is written and directed by Lindsay Sharman. Music, sound design and editing by Laurence Owen.
Hayley Evenett was JJ and Bette, Laurence Owen was Parker, Matty, Gunther, Bodhanko and additional voices, Lindsay Sharman was Margot, Pina and additional voices, Abbie Eastwood was Gretchen and additional voices, and Alasdair Beckett-King was Tomasz and Dodgy Eric.
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