Stephen Merchant’s The Outlaws Season 1 Episode 7 comes as a big question right after the eventful sixth chapter. Firstly, there are many things going on since that last episode. What happened to that Banksy graffiti rat that Frank discovered? And what about Malaki’s desire to move to Bristol with her sister? Moreover, Diane’s skepticism of the entire situation makes things more complicated.
With the bottom part of the conclusion of the series, there is good news regarding the renewal of this BBC One original production starring Christopher Walken and Eleanor Tomlinson. With Stephen Merchant writing and directing the previous episode, we wrote an extensive in-depth recap for you. Now without any further ado, let’s begin covering this program here at Otakukart.
The Outlaws Season 1 Episode 7 Release Date
Unfortunately, The Outlaws Season 1 Episode 7 isn’t happening. Why? Because the series concluded with episode six. Still, there is good news to all of this, the Stephen Merchant series will return for a second season with the star-studded cast that includes Eleanor Tomlinson and the legendary Christopher Walken. Moreover, the producers confirmed that the second season would be shot back to back. Consequently, we could expect it sometime in 2022. When they make an official announcement, we will post an update for you.
To watch Outlaws season 1 episode 7, just check in to BBC One at the time of broadcast. If you live in the United Kingdom, you may take advantage of BBC iPlayer, which is completely free to use. You just need your email address and your tv license to log in. With that membership, you can watch The Outlaws as well as access the BBC’s complete online library, which includes movies, series, documentaries, and concerts.
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As the conclusion of The Outlaws starts, Christian (Gamba Cole) works the club and discovers that Spider (James Nelson-Joyce) is once again dealing narcotics. Christian ejects him from the club. He is soon beaten by Souljah (Marcus Fraser), Spider, and Malaki (Charles Babalola) as punishment for his actions. Malaki attempts to pay him to turn a blind eye, but Christian refuses. Then he tells him he could use him, but Christian again declines his offer. Christian eventually turns a blind eye to the drug dealer, although he does not want any money.
Just before the beginning, we see Christian hanging out with Esme (Aiyana Goodfellow). Following the introduction, Malaki or Christian Taylor is visited by two police officers. Meanwhile, DS Lucy Haines (Grace Calder) and DS Selforth question Myrna (Clare Perkins) and the others (Kojo Kamara). Unfortunately, Gabby (Eleanor Tomlinson), Greg (Stephen Merchant), and the others do not provide the investigators with helpful information.
Rani rats on Christian
Rani (Rhianne Barreto) maintains that she was not pals with the imposter and had never seen him outside the community work organization. Diane (Jessica Gunning) supports her accusations since Rani ratted on Christian twice. Later on, Diane discovers that the pistol was used in a shooting while Rani is questioned about the vehicle. Diane reminds everyone that if they locate Christian, they should call her. John Halloran (Darren Boyd) approaches Rani and inquires as to what they are up to.
She says that they will meet at the placement at 4 p.m. to look for Christian. Diane attempts to persuade Wilder (Sam Troughton) to let her use the minivan to look for Christian, but he refuses and tells her that she will never be a police investigator. She tells him she doesn’t want to end up like him because she wants to make something of her life.
Lucy interviews Malaki
When he departs, she still takes the minivan. Lucy Haines interviews Malaki and asks her about Spider. She then inquires as to who he has been paying to perform his hours for him. He disputes it, claiming that to get away with it, he’d have to think that all law enforcement is racist. Lucy informs him that she knows he is the leader of the Brook Hill Crew and that she is coming after him.
After that, he is free to depart. Diane collaborates with an officer to design a profile photo for the fake ID. Diane takes a picture of the finished job and thanks Lucy. Frank had a conversation with Tom (Guillermo Bedward), Margaret (Dolly Wells), and Holly Isla Gie. Margaret confesses to being cruel to him because she didn’t believe him, but he proved her wrong. When his ankle tag falls off, she apologizes and offers to let him remain permanently. Frank agrees before everyone embraces him, but Tom hesitantly does so.
Spencer (Tom Hanson) suggests they have a drink. Then he discloses that he reorganized his cabinet so that the others wouldn’t see the mess he had made. When Greg investigates it, he discovers that everything other than a penis drawing is gone. When John returns to the workplace, he is greeted by John Halloran Senior (Ian McElhinney). He is aware that John has been lying about Howard Cherry, so John confesses to finding the money and stealing it from a gang member.
John claims that he is salvaging the company and that the youngster will not come searching for the money since he is going to jail. Rani informs Shanthi (Nina Wadia) that she will seek the kid, but her mother will not let it. She describes to her daughter how she drew while working for a clothing importer. She fell in love with the man she was working with. Her father was going through a difficult period at the moment. She finally quit the firm because she couldn’t tolerate the thought of being around him.
Spilling the beans
She claims that what is right is all that counts, not what may have been. She confesses that she had a responsibility to her family, just as Rani has today. Rani, on the other hand, claims it is not her decision. Shanthi and Jerzy (Gyuri Sarossy) restrain her and carry her upstairs to her room, attempting to flee. Meanwhile, Greg, Myrna, and Frank are waiting for her.
Lady Gabby arrives before John and explains that Myrna was correct because they can’t let the cops hunt him down like a rabid dog. Rani phones Myrna for assistance in fleeing her home. Selforth replays the heist footage for Haines. He believes the driver and robbery suspect knew one other and that the robber was urging the driver to flee. Frank is charged with remaining at the community center to wait for Christian if he comes up, as Rani instructed him to do.
In Rani’s place
The others travel to Rani’s residence to free her. Myrna knocks on Rani’s door and asks her mother if she wants to put an end to bigotry. Rani’s mother chooses to include her husband since he is used to dealing with situations like these. Rani gets to flee while Myrna keeps her parents busy. In the meantime, Esme realizes it’s her birthday. She laughs about leaving Airbnb a lousy review, despite Christian’s assertion that they’ve stayed in worse locations.
We take a step back and observe as the Letting Agent (Alexander Cobb) walks Christian and Esme around the apartment. Because Christian lacks references and has weak credit, he chooses to overcharge them. Later that evening, he approaches Christian or Malaki and offers to do some job for money. Esme observes her brother being coerced into kissing Malaki’s shoes. Back in the present, Christian discovers an old pipe and swiftly devises a scheme. Before he leaves, his sister gives him a hug.
Who’s the imposter?
Rani and the others go either to Malaki or Christian Taylor to inquire about the imposter. He reveals that his name is Ben and that he was his closest buddy. He states that his father requires 24-hour care, so Ben volunteered to fulfill his community service hours for him so that he could care for his father. They all agree that Ben is a beautiful person, but Malaki has no idea where to locate him. Before they leave, Myrna attempts to get Malaki to contribute to her anti-racism effort. John yanks her away quickly.
Malaki motions for one of his men to join them. Rani and Greg look around the apartments where they were staying, but no one has seen them. They also go to the neighborhood stores. They do not, however, get any leads. Finally, Frank is fed up with waiting for something to happen. When he discovers that the toilet is clogged, he posts a notice indicating that he will return and goes to a local tavern. He gets a drink and sits next to two ladies near the window. After that, Greg joins the others outside the porn store after getting into a confrontation with some children.
Greg and Christian
Greg is well-known to Jeff due to his frequent visits to the business. Gabby recalls the porn star game they played and wonders whether Christian’s response will help. Christian was known as Fluffy Lambs Bottom, according to John. Ben returns to the house he robbed and uses the pipe to intimidate the man inside while Frank dances and sings karaoke with his new female friend. He discovers the Dean’s identity and the fact that he pays the local Brook Hill gang for protection.
Diane goes to Malaki to inquire about Ben, but the door is quickly shut in her face. Lucy Haines pays Rani’s parents to find out why they never mentioned Rani doing community service before their daughter went missing. When she searches Rani’s room, she discovers photos of her with Ben and suspects Rani was driving the van during the drug house robbery. Her father agrees to track her phone for them to find her.
Traveling to Lambs Bottom
The others go to Lambs Bottom, where John talks to a woman while pretending to run a church program for at-risk children. She tells him she has seen Ben come and go from a nearby house on occasion. They enter the property and see Ben’s mother, Jacqui Eastfield (Rayna Campbell) (Rayna Campbell). During their encounter, Marky delivers her medication and promptly departs.
Rani takes her drugs until she tells them about Ben and Esme fleeing to the burned-out warehouse near the Cumberland Basin. She informs them that Ben takes care of her and his sister. Spencer calls Greg as they leave, telling him he’ll contact the Solicitors Regulation Authority if he doesn’t arrive within the next hour and that he’ll never practice law again. Ben calls Malaki to inform him that he set him up to steal the line so that he could blame him. Later on, Malaki believes he had no option since he has been running lines all over the west that should be his and stressing his operation.
Malaki wants to leave Bristol.
Malaki laments that he did not get a COVID furlough and is now responsible for his whole family. Ben admits that the money is gone and that he will not be able to recover it. He begs Malaki to leave Bristol with his sister, but Malaki will turn him into the Dean. When Rani and the others get to the warehouse, they discover Esme sleeping there. When Ben enters, he takes Rani aside and inquires as to why she is there. She insists they’re buddies; however, Ben simply feels she is there to tick off her mother and father.
He urges her to return home. Rani tells him that he doesn’t have to trust her but that he should let the four strangers help him. John phones Diane to inform her of Ben’s whereabouts. Greg and Ben proceed through the situation until they hear that the pistol was used and the victim may be killed. Ben accepts responsibility for shooting Spider, but Greg advises him to bring himself in since fleeing makes him seem guilty.
Greg maintains it was in self-defense. Myrna tells him about how, in the 1970s, the police were roughing up black people and how they brought one youngster to the police station only to be related to screwing off. Myrna became agitated and improvised Molotov cocktails, which she used to set fire to the police station when it was vacant. She later discovered it wasn’t empty, and she murdered 28-year-old PC, Colin Denison.
She cautions him that if he does not face the repercussions of his actions, the guilt will follow him for the rest of his life. Diane is surprised when they go outdoors and is smacked in the eye. Myrna thinks John phoned her, but Ben has more significant issues since Malaki’s person has been following them the whole time. Malaki pursues Ben and Rani as the others seek the minibus. Before they climb in the minivan and rush away, John assists Myrna in escaping.
Souljah pursues Ben and Rani as well. The pursuit continues until Rani and Ben end up on a cliff. They leap off the plane and fall into an abandoned cottage below. They return to the community center, and Esme eventually reveals she was the one who shot someone, but Ben denies it. He assures his sister that she is wise and that everything will be OK.
Before Malaki storms in and urges everyone to get down on the ground, Frank returns to sing. Spencer dials Greg’s number, but Malaki refuses to answer. Frank checks his watch, and his ankle monitor flashes red, indicating that he is now out of limits. As Malaki attempts to leave with Ben, John and Myrna rise up, and Myrna starts talking to Malaki. She claims that this will end only for Ben to stay and Malaki to walk out the door. Malaki shouts at her to move, so she clutches John’s hand. Rani, Diane, Frank, and the others join John and Myrna in standing.
On the run
Malaki chooses to flee as he hears sirens in the distance. Greg informs everyone that they must get their tales straight for the cops. Diane passes up Ben to the cops outside, and he is loaded into the squad vehicle. Lucy and Selforth then interview everyone. Rani alleges she made up the gun story to retaliate against Ben. Gabby claims Rani told her she had emotions for Ben, but he didn’t reciprocate. They find that Spider is doing well, but he refuses to reveal who shot him.
John refuses to tell if Ben was the one who threatened him with the pistol and claims that white students are 9 times more likely to stop black youngsters. Myrna informs them that John is being sued for racial discrimination. Greg reveals that there are no fingerprints on the pistol and that their only witnesses are a betrayed lover and a racist. He’s wondering whether they’re going to charge his customer. Frank spins a yarn until he is instructed to leave.
Diane is skeptical that they will be able to establish Ben fired the pistol. When Lucy asks whether he should be allowed to go, Diane answers no and recommends 100 hours of community service instead. Everyone returns to the community service program, and Frank discovers a Bansky graffiti rat and asks Diane what to do with it. She has him paint over it while not looking at it. When she finishes her book, she claims she knew who it was from page one and that nothing escapes her notice.