Farewell double bill for the ale-drinking Oxford detective. In 'The Remorseful Day', Chief Inspector Morse (John Thaw) only has a few months left before retirement, and so is less than pleased when Lewis (Kevin Whately) is placed in charge of the re-opened Yvonne Harrison murder case. Deciding to pursue his own theories regarding Mrs Harrison's death, Morse soon finds himself in conflict with his sergeant, but looks set to be proved correct when a spate of new murders occurs. However, will the detective's failing health permit him to conclude his investigation? In 'Rest in Peace', Chief Superintendent Strange (James Grout) presents a retrospective of his late friend and colleague's life and career. Topics include Morse's crime-solving capabilities, his relationship with the ever-faithful Sergeant Lewis, his largely disappointing love life and, of course, his drinking.