OUR Girl sets up an explosive finale tonight as Rabee plots a dastardly double-cross behind military lines.
The current season of the hit BBC drama has seen the British troops working with Afghans to try and bring some peace and normality to their region.
Meanwhile, Georgie Lane (Michelle Keegan) has been dealing with her grief over the death of her fiancé Elvis Hart at the end of the last series, and trying to find a way to bring the man who she believes killed him, Aatan Omar, to justice.
In tonight's episode, Georgie finally got to come face-to-face with him in a cell, with a tearful Georgie showing him a picture on her phone of Elvis.
She said: "I'm the girl whose future you stole, Elvis Heart? He was my fiancé.
You lured my fiancé into a trap, a radio controlled IED.
"Look at him, he had his whole life ahead of him, and you took him from me."
As the tears poured down her cheeks, she added: "Because of you I'm broken. Have you got nothing to say?"
Omar remained silent, but this triggered something else in Georgie, who told her friend Prof as they left: "I thought I'd know, as soon as I saw him, if he was sorry…I mean there was nothing, not even a flicker."
When Prof (Nico Mirallegro) asked what she meant, she said: "You'll think I'm mad, but there's just something about him, I don't know.
"War lords aren't exactly shy in coming forwards are they? He was just lying there confused."
Considering her recent actions and state of mind, Prof replied: "Your head has been all over the place, things aren't as you imagine them to be."
But it seems Georgie was right to be unnerved, as the camera cut to Rabee (Nabil Elouahabi) confronting two of his colleagues outside the barracks.
He warned: "You need to watch that temper, I won't let you f*** up my plan."
Asked if they were still "all set", Rabee replied: "No one suspects a thing."
As the camera returned to Georgie and Prof, she told him: "I thought I'd feel better but I've just got this gnawing feeling inside me. Something ain't right here."
Our Girl continues on Tuesday, April 28 at 9pm on BBC One.
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