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Grove decides to operate undercover male security within the store. Violette frequents Colleano's nightclub as does her brother Gordon with store girl Grace.
After helping the police, Colleano hopes to stop paying protection money to crooked police officers. A lonely Selfridge propositions Nancy Webb. Selfridge seeks a new store deputy from his staff, placing Miss Mardle and Mr Grove in direct competition. A reluctant Gordon is persuaded by Miss Calthorpe to apply. The fallout from the attack on Kitty Edwards is exploited by Lord Loxley with a plan for a charitable foundation for former soldiers that would also raise his own dubious reputation.
Selfridge counters by advancing his and Nancy Webb's plans for the Selfridge estate. Lois Selfridge confronts Princess Marie about her debts. Doris Grove confides in Miss Mardle as to the real father of her son. Colleano's club is raided by the police and he and Violette are arrested.
Selfridge sells some of his stock, losing sole control of the store to raise cash for his and Nancy Webb's Selfridge estate. Victor Colleano is approached to have gambling in his club by a man that will get the police off his back. Mr Grove is not happy being passed over for promotion and lets Gordon, the new store deputy, give the new head of display approval for a new window display not realizing the embarrassment that it will cause.
Kitty Edwards, realizing her husband is powerless to stop Lord Loxley helping the men who attacked her, seeks George Towler's help to resolve the situation. Miss Mardle's attempt to help Doris Grove and the real father of her baby goes disastrously wrong. Selfridge's relationship with Nancy Webb deepens and she has doubts about her own plans when Lord Loxley, who has purchased the stock Selfridge sold, tries to undermine him at a board meeting.
Loxley, to demand a seat on the board, has also acquired Rosalie's shares through Serge, and Selfridge's fury with him is only placated by the news of Rosalie's pregnancy. George Towler is unhappy that Colleano is turning a blind eye to drug taking at the club and walks out. Grove questions why his wife died and a guilt ridden Miss Mardle reveals the paternity of his son, Earnest, and he orders her to take the baby away.
The peace Treaty of Versailles is signed and Selfridge decides to hold a "Britain at Play" event to promote the store; he appoints Frank Edwards as head of print and publications.
Lord Loxley heads a group of shareholders examining Selfridges's plans. Colleano decides to make his club a members only gambling establishment, which requires the backing of Regan, the man who has been keeping the police off his back.
George Towler convinces Mr Grove to reunite his children, including Earnest. Miss Calthorpe realises she has no future with Gordon Selfridge. Nancy Webb's plans begin to unravel when she accepts a proposal of marriage from Selfridge.
To make good his promise to shareholders to increase profits, Selfridge announces a massive sale. Bad publicity engendered by rival stores is exploited by Lord Loxley, who convenes an emergency board meeting. Lord Loxley reads of the forthcoming marriage of Lady Mae. Colleano is under pressure from Regan to make more money from the club's clientele.
Nancy Webb's secret partner, unhappy with her plans to marry Selfridge, is discovered by Princess Marie, whose own fortune has taken an upturn. Selfridge survives a vote of no-confidence engineered by Lord Loxley. Gordon chooses Miss Calthorpe against his father's wishes. Mr Grove and Miss Mardle are reconciled. Nancy Webb confesses to Selfridge when her secret partner, her brother, is arrested and Selfridge ends their relationship despite her professing her love for him.
Violette is again rejected by Victor Colleano and she goes to Paris to await a proposal of marriage from Jacques de Sibour, an airman friend of Serge. Lord Loxley sells his shares to a mysterious backer intent on owning the store. It's and nine years on, retail magnate Harry is enjoying his time at the heart of the Roaring Twenties.
In store, while about to unveil a new monument he receives a very special visitor — though a later accident places his role at the helm in jeopardy. Elsewhere, Mr Grove celebrates his birthday in the company of his now year-old daughter Meryl, and store favourite Kitty Edwards is keen to show off her luxurious new abode — while her sister Connie has some exciting news. After his accident Selfridge is annoyed with his son Gordon whom the newspapers report is taking over.
Returning to the store he upsets Mae when he insists the Dolly Sisters take part in the promotion of her fashion wear. Selfridge opens a new technology department.
Mae takes on a black seamstress. Mr Grove's daughter upsets the customers on her first day. Kitty and Frank Edwards come to terms with Connie's news. Tragedy once again strikes Selfridge when he returns home to find his mother, Lois dead in the chair, having died in her sleep. Despite the loss of his mother Selfridge continues gambling and womanising particularly with Rosie Dolly.
He embarks on a dubious cash raising scheme on the stock exchange with new found friend Jimmy Dillon. This infuriates Gordon as it involves the provincial stores that he had built up. Kitty Hawkins meets her heroine Elizabeth Arden who offers her a job in New York that does not please her husband.
Mr Grove has a fall, to be told by doctors he has a terminal illness. Pleased with the money he has made on the stock exchange Selfridge acquires new stores on the continent announcing it in Biarritz at a party with his friend Jimmy Dillon, the Dolly Sisters, and journalists that he has flown over.
Mae meets him there to implore him to make peace with his son Gordon. The party gets out of hand and Frank Edwards unable to control events and a story concerning Rosalie Selfridge's marriage is published.
Miss Mardle on hearing of his health returns to see Mr Grove. The Dolly sisters become involved in a film project but the backers pull out and Selfridge bankrolls the film with money he had intended to pay off his gambling debts to London gangster D'Ancona.
The ground floor of the department store is transformed into a film set as the Dolly Sisters and famed-actor Bumby Wallace shoot "Double Trouble". Miss Mardle is reconciled with Mr Grove and his children. Kitty comes to realise what happened in France between Frank and another journalist. Mae reconnects with old-flame Victor Colleano, to Jimmy's annoyance, at Selfridge's party for the completion of the film.
D'Ancona sends Selfridge a message as the party is in full swing. Selfridge's debts to D'Ancona come home to roost when his inability to pay starts to affect his family. Rosalie has her possessions taken and Gordon has to sell the Northern stores through a deal Jimmy Dillon has brokered. Selfridge ends his relationship with the Dolly sisters.
Mr Grove and Miss Mardle are married. Jimmy Dillon's jealousy of Victor Colleano's rekindled friendship with Mae results in a fight and Colleano falling from a balcony. Kitty Edwards leaves for her new job in New York and after seeking advice from Selfridge, Frank goes with her.
Gordon Selfridge resolves a law suit between his father and press baron Lord Wynnstay. Meryl Grove pleads for Mae's black seamstress who has been given extra work and ends up sacking her. Selfridge's consolidation plans are put on hold when he agrees to Jimmy Dillon's scheme to buy iconic Bayswater store Whiteleys. Whiteleys accounts prove a problem to Selfridge.
Mr Crabb inspects the books — and finds suppliers unpaid and no stock in the store. Mr Grove retires, is retained as a consultant to Whiteleys — but is unable to fulfil this commitment, dying peacefully in his garden.
Mae reinstates her seamstress Tilly Brockless after Meryl Grove pleads her case. Selfridge comes up with plan to restock Whiteleys.
Lord Wynnstay's reporter's investigation unsettles Mae. Jimmy Dillon struggles to run Whiteleys as suppliers refuse to lift their embargo. He hatches a secret plan with a reluctant Crabb to save the store. They are worse than animals. How can they do that. Absolutely shocking what that poor girl went through. The Monsters that did this to her deserve to have the same done to them. They will rot in hell!! No They won't there is no hell when they die thats it the end, they go to the same place as that 16 year old went which is nowhere, non-existence.
You're also a terrible person for wanted that kind of torture to be inflicted upon anyone even if they are the criminals who did it.
You people are supposed to be better than them but you're not when you demand that the same barbaric treatment be done to them. I really want to know what the parents of those four boys thought once the case was out in the open and their children were found guilty of torture, rape, and murder.
I understand that they were afraid of the Yakuza, but why didn't they try to talk to their son about what was happening? Why didn't they try to convince him of his wrongdoings?
But, then again, maybe they were afraid of not just the Yakuza, but of their son, too Considering he was capable of committing such atrocities against Ms. Furuka, and continuing to do them over the course of fourty-four days, psychology suggests that that kind of mindset doesn't just happen over night. Perhaps the Minatos had seen their son's sociopathy or psychopathy from his childhood, and they didn't take him somewhere to get him help because they didn't think it would come to fruition, the way it sometimes doesn't, or because they just didn't want to see it, so it didn't exist to them.
What they must have been thinking I would say, combined with everything these inhuman monster's did was far worse than just 'torture, rape and murder'. Like the more recent Google it?
And many have started to address the fact that the parents of these monster's should be better 'dealt with' - for bringing and rearing these monster's into this world - by our governments. I am sure many would agree - an overwhelming amount - that would easily vote in such law's to better deal with the horribly negligent parent s - as well.
I really only wanted to hear about what the parents were thinking when the truth of what their children had done had come out into the open. I have no opinion on what should happen to them as punishment for raising their children because there is a chance -- albeit a very small one -- that they had no idea of what their sons were actually like. Some people can hide their true natures far better than others. On another note, what those boys did can be defined with "rape", "torture", and "murder" because that is what they did.
Harsher words can be used, but I wanted to be tactful, not vulgar.