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Jump out, it's nice.
Right, I'll pick you up after school
-and then we can all go out for dinner.
To celebrate your first day.
-Thanks for coming.
-Wouldn't have missed it for the world.
You three are my favourite family.
Me and the social services team are going to help you
and Linda settle down.
So, you don't have to worry about a thing.
Off youse go.
You haven't given us any dinner money.
Oh, right, sorry.
How much is it?
Last place was 3.50 a day to cover us both.
And you have to pay the week up front, otherwise you never get any.
Well, here's a 20. We'll be better organised tomorrow.
Have a nice day. Bye.
-How did I do?
-It's never easy at first.
They've got to learn to trust.
And you've got to find a way of fitting them into your life,
-at home and the hospital.
-Sounds so simple.
I'm sorry I didn't make it, my mother was ill.
I promise it won't happen again.
No, please, can I just have another interview? I really need...
Oh, no, I can do PE.
I'm really a maths and physics teacher to year 11,
but if they need help with PE or anything...
What you looking at me like that for?
What have I done?
Don't know, you never said. What did you do?
None of your business.
You're in my mum's garden.
You don't get to treat me like a piece of dirt.
Stay away from my mother.
Yeah, yeah, I get the message. Keep your wig on.
-Did you have a good night?
-It's a wonderful day.
All this and heaven, too!
-The girls send you their love.
They were making cards for you last night.
They're hoping to pop around after school.
They can meet Jack!
KNOCK ON THE WINDOW
Look, he's in the garden.
That boy isn't Jack.
Jack is dead.
Who is that?
Who is it?
Don't be rude about your father.
I-I-I'm going back to the shops.
I forgot your tea bags.
Stupid girl, can't do anything right.
-Worst emergency procedure?
-Oh, easy. Paediatric craniotomy.
-Emergency thoracotomy for intrathoracic haemorrhage.
-Shrapnel wound to the chest.
-Oh, here comes trouble.
I wish. Is Charlie in yet?
Yeah, he's watching the clock, waiting for you.
-So, what have we got?
-Right, this is Paul Hammond,
38, he's a construction worker.
He was trapped by a low loader. He's got a compound fracture
of the right femur, crush injuries to his chest.
Sats of 96, pulse of 110.
BP's 90 systolic. He's had ten of morphine and 500 of saline.
Great, show time.
(She loves her, job doesn't she?)
# As long as I can be with you
# It's a lovely day
# It's a lovely day. #
Tea time! I've got some lovely biscuits in here.
# Let the rain pitter-patter
# It really doesn't matter
# If the skies are grey
# As long as I can be with you
# It's a lovely day. #
You shouldn't have.
You're a naughty man.
It's too expensive. You keep it. Take it back to the shop.
I don't need pretty diamonds for you to tell me how much you love me.
Argh. Ah. Ah-ah.
Argh. Ah. Ah.
Breath sounds good.
OK, let's send some bloods off,
keep him on the collar until he's X-rayed.
Major arterial bleed to the arm. Laceration across the forehead
and serve bruising to the chest area.
Right, let's start him on a unit of O negs,
send off for FBC, clotting and cross-match for six units.
-He got all this helping a mate. He's a proper hero.
Can we get some pressure on this wound?
Ten of morphine, 50 cyclizine, please
Oh, panic over, everyone.
Mr Jordan, have you ever done a transthoracic aortic clamp?
-Aortic clamp, yes, of course I have.
-Buzz, isn't it?
I hope you're not going to make a habit of this.
It won't happen again.
Right, he needs blood gases, mobile X-ray, get on to Cardiothoracics.
Right, OK, thanks.
Adult trauma, two minutes, adult trauma, two minutes.
Charlie, this rota is wrong.
I asked to work mornings instead of evenings and alternative weekend,
but it's not on there.
-Did you speak to Tess?
-I spoke to both of you.
Have you put in a request?
All requests have to go in the off-duty register
-for Tess's approval.
-But what am I going to do?
I don't know, I'm sure something will work out.
You all right, doll? How's it going with the kids?
Yeah, OK, I think.
If only Britney could throw me a smile.
Bet she's made up that you're on their side, though,
not that's she'll let you know that, eh? You'll be fine.
I had this dream that I met this incredible woman
at her friend's birthday.
What was she like?
Out of my league.
Bet you were looking dead handsome, so you put the moves on her, anyway.
And I never, never want her to go away.
I love you.
Are you all right?
It's my neck. I must have slept on it funny.
Ah. I'm late!
Who are you texting?
My friend Sarah at work, get her to cover for me till I get there.
Don't worry. I'll give you a lift.
-You don't have to.
-I'll take you.
I want to look after you.
All right, Charlie. Thane Thompson, 21.
Found unconscious in the street, GCS 13.
All right. Linda.
He's got a dislocated platella
and a severely bleeding through and through.
On three. One, two, three... and across.
One, two, three, thank you.
BP was 120 systolic, pulse 85.
Sats at 97%. Ten of morphine, and a little bit of Entonox
OK, what happened to you, then?
-Isn't it bloody obvious?
Wow, that's very impressive. How did you do that?
-Can you move your fingers for me, please?
It's through and through with flexor tendon damage.
Ah, this hurts, man, boost the drugs. Give me the good stuff.
I'm going to dose you up with some analgesia to fix up your knee,
but you'll need a Plastics referral for the diagnosis on your hand.
Well, how long is that going to take? This pain ain't fair.
You're over the worst.
I still don't think I'm going to be playing much piano, though, do you?
Why? Do you play?
Would you fix me better if I did?
Oh, Mum, what happened?
Oh, I'm so sorry.
Yeah. I-I need an ambulance.
These past three weeks, they've gone so fast.
-And it's been lovely.
-I want you to meet my friends.
-I've already met your friends.
-And my family.
-Aren't you going to answer that?
-No, it's all right.
Tania? Are you OK?
I'm not sure.
We'll take her through to the Resus room to start with.
Hip fractures are quite common but because she's got a head injury
that'll be the best place to assess your mum.
Linda, can you help out, please?
Will you tell them she's got Alzheimer's?
She's 75. She's very frail. She's not always herself.
Why don't you come with me?
Let's see if we can find you a change of clothes.
We need to get a doctor to take a look at that cheek.
-What happened there?
-Oh, it's nothing. I'm fine.
Lenny, can you take a look at this, please?
Is that it? They can't even be bothered to finish fixing my hand?
Well, no, the emergency doctors stabilise you,
then move you on to the next department.
Think of it as, like, a factory conveyor belt.
Well, that's charming(!)
Like I'm a battery hen or a pork pie waiting to be processed?
Well, no, it's more holistic than that.
The departments work together to fix you.
Well, I'm not feeling the love, my friend, my hand is still crocked.
Ah, Lloyd, he's all yours. His name is Thane,
he is particularly chatty and not necessarily in a good way.
OK, Thane, I'm Lloyd, pleased t o meet you. Welcome to my world.
Can I have her instead?
Where did you leave it?
Are you sure you need it today?
Can't you just borrow a spare one?
All right, don't freak out, I'll get it to you.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'll put it away.
Britney's left her PE kit in the car.
She's really spat her dummy out. It's not like it's the end of the world.
Well, it can be when you're 12 years old.
I'm going to have to get it to here. What a hassle.
-Welcome to the club.
Right, there you go, my lovely.
Has anyone seen my husband, Jack?
We'll ask around.
He's been away so long, but I saw him this morning.
Why don't you rest, Doris, catch up on some sleep?
Big Mac, could you do me a huge favour in the next half hour?
-Depends what's in it for me.
-I couldn't possibly tell you before the watershed.
Could you sneak away and take this to the school for me?
It's just up the road.
Um, I'm sorry, my love,
I have got to take delivery of 150 oxygen canisters.
Why don't you pop it in a taxi?
Your mum's OK.
She has broken her hip, as suspected, but her head injury is minor
and she's in good spirits.
She's a war baby. Tough as old boots, that lot.
They'll monitor her in a bay until she goes to theatre.
Oh, I did a list of her medications.
She should have her Lisinopril at 11
and the diuretic just after.
The Alzheimer's must be very difficult for both of you.
Well, she's mid-stage. She does very well.
Keep's her own house.
-Does she have anyone looking after her?
I wouldn't have anyone else do it.
Right, well, I found you these.
I doubt you'll win any fashion prizes, but is this one OK?
-Let me help you.
-No, it's fine.
I'll leave you to it.
-That's very neat.
-You should see my sock drawer.
You wanted me to take a look at... It's...Mr Parr, isn't it?
-Keith, yeah, hello. How are you?
-I had a bit of a crash.
-Wasn't my fault...
-Main thing is to make sure you're OK.
Mr Parr felt some localised pain when I examined his cervical spine.
-OK, let's take a look.
-We've done this before.
Does that hurt?
-OK, it's hard to tell what's going on in there,
but there's obviously some pain, so let's get an X-ray.
-That's very kind of you, I appreciate it.
-Good. Glad to help.
I'll be in a meeting, Scarlett, call me when the X-ray results are back.
And, um, (last time he was here, he had a bit of a dust up
(with Doctor Nicholls. Where is she?)
I think she's up in theatre with a patient.
(OK, keep him calm. And out of everybody's eyeline, OK?)
You are here. I thought I was alone.
The doctors want you to go to surgery for your hand.
-Any idea when?
-We're extremely busy today.
But I did talk to your community support officer.
He says you're all right, actually.
Don't sound so shocked(!)
He says you worked hard, turned up each time.
He was surprised when you didn't finish.
12 months I've been digging gardens, picking up rubbish,
painting social centres.
Last day today.
If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.
-I haven't been thieving for a year.
Can you close that curtain?
I don't want to have to look at that stinky, old bird.
-What's wrong with her, by the way?
-The stinky, old bird(!)
-She keeps looking at me.
-She fell over. Broke her hip.
-Is it serious?
-She's 75. Course it's serious.
I'll be out this afternoon. No, don't come in. Don't.
I'll explain later.
Hey. How's it going?
Thank you. The doctor's gone to get supplies,
so he can go at it with a needle and thread.
I'm so sorry for what happened.
It's no big deal. We'll get over it.
And I'm sorry for what I said this morning. I shouldn't rush things.
I like romantic films too much.
I liked it.
Most blokes never get round to saying it.
Or, if they do, it's only cos they're after a bunk-up.
Well, I'm not one of those blokes.
That's why I love you.
I love you.
Well, move in, then.
-You are so funny.
-There's plenty of room.
-I don't want to waste any time.
We've got all the time in the world. Let's just enjoy ourselves.
Yes, the kit's on its way in a taxi. Did Joe get his lunch?
What? He hasn't eaten anything?
Can you help him find something that he...
-Going to be tougher at the start.
-She's got it in for me, that girl.
First, she forgot her PE kit
and then she tells me there's nothing for Joe to eat.
Sounds like somebody's pushing buttons. Give it time.
It's my fault, I suppose. I should have checked.
It's teething problems. You'll be fine.
Yep, I'll get it right next time.
Anyway, Sandra's good to go. She's got no lasting damage.
This might explain a few things.
Query fractured nose.
Walked into a door frame, classic excuse. She got a angry husband?
Either that or her mum punched her.
Her mum's got Alzheimer's.
Sandra's on diazepam, zopiclone, citalopram and BP tablets.
That's an unhappy bunny.
She's putting on a very brave face,
but I don't think she's coping.
Well done, Doris, you're doing very well.
I've got my Jack to look after me.
We're just waiting on your ortho bed but, hopefully,
we can get you off this trolley and upstairs as soon as.
You're not Jack, are you?
Who are you?
I'm Thane Thompson. I think you've got me confused, lady.
You're Rita's boy.
Sort of. Rita was my nan.
She brought you up, didn't she?
I'm so sorry about your mother.
Nan was my mum, really.
I remember when you arrived.
Skinny little thing, but clever, too, and Rita was so proud of you.
Did you go? To university?
She said you would be the first one in her family.
Still want me to shut this curtain?
Nah... Leave it.
She's all right.
Your mum is doing well.
It must be a strain, sometimes, looking after here.
Rather me than somebody else. You hear such terrible stories.
Do you have anyone looking after you?
Um, I've got a husband, two teenage children
and a part-time teaching career to look after me.
Doesn't leave much spare time.
I like to be busy.
You know you are entitled to help - a psychiatric nurse,
What are you talking about?
It's a lot of responsibility.
It's not responsibility, it's family.
Who are you? I don't know you.
It's your daughter, Sandra, Doris.
She's been here all morning and she's very worried about you.
-Can she sit next to you?
-No, no, no! Get her out of here!
She's got a nasty face. It's all twisted.
-I don't want her watching me.
-I won't stay for long, Mum.
We could read the newspaper?
Don't sit there. I can't see Jack if you sit there.
-Look, the old lady's confused,
-she thinks I'm her husband.
-You put him next to my mother?
Leave him alone. He's been helping me.
He put those shelves in the cupboards.
-He was in the house.
-What's going on here?
-What did you do to her?
You were there when I left and gone when I came back
and found her lying on the floor.
-That doesn't mean anything.
-He attacked my mother!
-Just get him out of here!
Look, just get him out of here, please.
I don't know what she's talking about, I didn't do a thing.
Don't take him away.
-I don't know what she's talking about.
You useless, evil, vicious girl!
I never should have had you!
It's inconclusive, I'm afraid. X-rays often are.
-They don't really show us enough.
-Ah, no problem.
You seem a lot happier.
I'm sorry for how I behaved last time I was here.
I was very angry.
But you're feeling much better now, yeah?
Apart from my neck, which has been hurting
ever since I got taken down by that mad doctor woman.
Well, that's why we need to run more investigations. An MRI.
Is that what made me seize up in the car?
I'm not saying that.
Well, why are you sending me for an MRI, then?
Because I want to take care of you and get to the bottom of this.
-So, have you got time for an MRI?
-Why didn't you tell me
you were doing community service for that lady?
It was you who put me next to her.
-Did you attack her?
-No way, her daughter's just a snob.
-She seems pretty convinced.
-I did her garden, that's all.
-You didn't go in the house?
-I didn't do nothing.
So, how did you get your injuries?
She's making it up.
She's got the hump and she's looking for someone to blame.
The moment I met her, she had it in for me.
What's she going to do? Is she going to call the feds?
-I don't know.
-That's so unfair.
Just because she starts fabricating, I'm going to get it?
If you're innocent, you've got nothing to worry about, have you?
And your looks will be back to as good as new
once these stitches heal.
Thank you so much.
What is it?
Your eyes are a little discoloured.
Late nights, early mornings. Is there a problem?
Not at all. But it would be good to know what's causing it.
Do you mind if I take a quick blood test?
-How's it going?
Sorry, am I disturbing something?
No, not at all.
We're almost done.
I'm starving. Can you grab me a sandwich from the cafe?
A soft sandwich.
My purse is in there.
Thanks, so much.
I've moved him to CDU.
Sandra's asked me to call the police.
What? Just because she said so. She might just be overreacting.
Do you have you any idea the sort of stress that woman is under?
Holding down a job, bringing up a family.
If she's stressed,
she's even more likely to be making wild allegations.
Not our problem.
Charlie, do we have any police in the ED today?
I'll see if I can find them.
Don't do this, please.
Just back off, Lloyd, OK.
You need to call the school.
There's been a bit of accident involving Joe.
-They wouldn't say what it was, but they didn't seem that worried,
so don't panic. Just call them.
Your liver test is slightly erratic.
There's something wrong with my liver?
I'll have to do more investigation,
an abdominal ultrasound will give us a better idea
of what we're looking at.
Now, can you wait outside?
I'm sorry, I have to do this. Who's this guy called Ben?
You read my messages?
-Who is he?
-Keith, please, this isn't the time.
His texts are all over your phone, are you sleeping with him?
Are you two-timing me?
He is not someone that you need to worry about.
-Why won't you tell me?
-OK, time to leave.
Scarlett, I hate to do this, but Joe's been thumped.
He's got a black eye, I've just spoken to the school.
-It's nothing too serious but...
-Well, I need to get there.
-Sorry, I can't help.
-You haven't even heard...
I'm sorry, Thane, they're contacting the police but, don't worry,
you just got to tell them exactly what happened.
Well, like I say, you just got to be completely honest with the police.
Look, if you just listen to me, I'll explain.
She'll probably sleep for a while, if you want to get a cup of tea.
No, I'll stay.
It's better when she first wakes up.
If she sees me, she's not so frightened.
I didn't think she'd end up like this.
She was always so remarkable. All my friends were jealous.
I bet they were.
She would never dream of hitting me, then.
She doesn't know she's doing it now.
Most of the time she's lovely.
It must be so difficult.
I was much worse when I was young. Terrible tantrums.
But she took it in her stride, looked after me.
Now, it's my turn.
That's not how most people react.
I have thought of putting her in a home.
There are some very good ones.
Don't want to talk about it.
If that daughter knew I'd been in the house,
she'd think that was proof that I bashed her mother.
She might have good reason.
That's exactly what I'm talking about.
-You stole her ring.
-She gave it to me.
-You didn't have to take it.
-Yeah, all right,
I've been a thief, a shoplifter,
done it for years to put food on my table, but I've stopped.
Boo-hoo, everyone's got a sob story.
I never went round beating up old biddies to steal from them.
-That's a whole different league.
-You were in her house.
She asked me in!
Oh, yeah, I forgot. To give you her ring?
Then she tried to kiss me. She was confused, you've seen her.
I just got out of there, man, I just ran away.
And she was standing when I left.
Your liver is very enlarged.
Oh, my goodness.
It's not all bad news, there's no signs of acute liver disease.
But are you sure you haven't had any abdominal pain?
-Are you a heavy drinker?
-No, not at all.
-Ever had a blood transfusion?
Used needles to take drugs?
I've been clean for ten years.
That's an incredible achievement.
What was your poison?
Heroin, skunk, powder.
Mostly heroin. I wasn't very choosy.
Our chances are, we are looking at...
the hepatitis C virus.
I'd have to do a proper screen to confirm the diagnosis
but given the timescale, if you've got HCV,
it's been largely dormant
and doesn't seem to have done much damage yet.
I've told you, you need to wait outside.
I need to speak to Tania.
When she's been discharged.
No, it's all right.
I'm sorry I read your phone,
but I need to know what we're doing here.
Am I wasting my time?
I've got a son.
He's nine. He's called Ben.
I think you'd really like him.
I would have told you, but we've known each other such a short time.
Well, we've all got our pasts.
It's the future that matters.
You scooped the old lady this morning with the broken hip.
Nan down? That was me. What do you want to know for?
-Were there any signs of an assault?
-Upended furniture? Signs of a struggle?
-No, nothing like that.
Why, is someone saying she was attacked?
Did she say she'd been attacked?
Doris? No. Said she fell reaching for some biscuits.
Butter ones are best. Not too soft, though,
you have to get them just right.
-He stole her ring?
-He says Doris gave it to him.
-He wants to talk to you, to explain.
They've got raisins in there, somewhere
-I don't want to talk to him.
-He says that your mother invited him in.
So he's allowed to take her ring and knock her over?
Do you mind if I just ask your mother a few questions
-about her fall?
-What are you doing here?
I just want to ask Doris a few questions about her fall.
-That thug stole her ring.
-He may have taken it, we don't know.
-Bits of cocoa.
-There are all these accusations flying around,
yet we don't have any evidence.
You could get six for a ha'penny
I don't want you to interrogate her.
If she had been attacked, she'd have bruising, defence wounds.
And it's weird cos I spoke to a paramedic, as well,
and she said there's usually obvious signs of an attack at a scene.
Smashed glass, broken furniture.
Lloyd, just leave it?
Thane could go to prison for a long time.
I've got some ginger one's here, somewhere.
Doris, did Thane push you over?
Jack never touched me.
I keep telling you, I was looking for biscuits.
Tell it to the police.
Why don't you take a seat?
The MRI shows a very slight fracture in your neck.
The good news is, it's perfectly stable,
so we don't need to admit you.
A broken neck?
I've been walking around with a broken neck?
It's not as drastic as it sounds.
Just when things were looking up. And Tania's got a son.
H's not mine. Could be bloody anyone's.
-How long have I had the broken neck?
-Well, there's callus,
which is new bone, forming around the fracture, already,
so it is healing.
I'd say it was sustained three, four weeks ago.
So, I got it when your colleague put me in a headlock?
Oh, let's not jump to conclusions. Do you play any sports?
Have you had other accidents recently?
I don't mean to make a fuss, but it's pretty obvious.
My neck has been hurting for exactly three weeks,
which is exactly the time since I was last here
-and, today, it's made me have a crash.
-OK, let's hang on here.
All I want to know is what she's done to me. Is that too much to ask?
As I have already said, the fracture's already healed,
so we just need to avoid any excessive movement,
get you into a collar, immobilise your neck.
Truss me up. Pump me full of drugs.
-Think that'll keep me quiet?
-Trust me, I'm here to help.
I don't trust any of you. No, no, no, no.
I need to think. This is no good.
Look, all I'm saying is there's no concrete evidence against him.
He was in the house, he took her ring.
He'll tell you the full story.
Keith wants to see you.
He doesn't like it that I have a son.
Well, let's not worry about him for the moment.
The good news is, I have a more specific breakdown
of your LFT result and your liver damage is not severe.
We've caught the HCV in good time.
I'll arrange an outpatient appointment for you.
They're going to sort you out from there. You should take Ben with you.
You think he has hep C?
There's a slim chance you might have passed it to him in the womb.
Transmission is very infrequent, though,
and there are a lot of factors in play.
This is not turning out to be a very good day.
And Keith will need to be tested, too.
Tested for what?
Your hand. To test that it's better.
Don't lie to me.
I have hepatitis C.
There's a slim chance that Tania might have passed it on to you,
but if she has, it can be tested.
That's a druggy's disease? Have you infected me?
Is that what you are?
I used to have a drug problem. It was a long time ago.
Not here. Thailand and Morocco.
I wanted a fresh start. Not a single parent with hepatitis.
-Don't touch me!
-You get away from me.
You said that you loved me.
OK, Doris, this should see you right until theatre are ready for you.
I'm going off shift now,
but you're going to be looked after by a lovely nurse called Scarlett.
Has anyone seen Jack? Where have they taken him?
-Mum, Jack's dead.
-A long time ago.
-Where is he? Where?
-Mum. Come on.
No, please don't, Doris, you need to calm yourself down, love.
I've got to find him.
-Get off me.
-Mum, please. Mum.
-Let me go. Get off me.
Can I have some help in here?
What's happening? Mum, Mum, please.
-She's hypoxic. Let's get her re-attached.
-No, no, no, no. Mum.
-Get here into Resus straight away.
No, don't take her, please, don't take her, don't take her.
-You coming in?
-You need that leg seen to.
-I don't care.
You limp away and then what? Keep looking over your shoulder?
Is that what your nan Rita would have wanted from you?
It doesn't matter how hard you try to be good,
no-one trusts people like me.
-Let's go talk to the police.
-My word against her daughter's?
-I'll come with you.
-I was there. And I've got form.
-They'll take one look at me.
You going to stop me?
Because if you run away, you prove everyone right.
Doctor Nicholls, the relatives you asked to see, they're over there.
Great, thank you very much.
-Oi, you, where's that doctor that did this to me?
-She broke my neck.
-You were going to hit our colleague.
What is it with you women? You lie and you cheat.
-Always someone else's fault.
-You let that pervert in with my mother.
She wanted to speak to him.
And then that doctor attacked me!
Keith, when are you going to start taking responsibility
for your own life?
It's ruined with Tania.
And that's not her fault.
So, who are you going to blame now?
Doris, can you hear me?
Those Sats are not looking good. Has she had any more opiates?
No, and the last dose was just a small amount of titrated morphine.
Throwing off a lot of VE's.
She's now got ST elevation in all the chest leads.
Looks like a large anterior MI.
Doris, can you open your eyes for me? Let's get her flat.
-Is her daughter still around?
-I think she's with Linda.
Hang on, I've lost output.
-She's in VF. Let's shock her.
-I'll get a de-fib.
Hey, wait a minute, Charlie.
No output. Still in VF.
Oxygen away. Everyone, clear.
She's back in sinus rhythm. Let's check for a BP.
-She's breathing spontaneously, and pulse, pulse is good.
Let's lets call CCU for a bed, get ready to transfer her.
Good work, everyone. Good work.
I'll speak to the daughter.
Britney, I'm really sorry, but I'm running late.
I'll see you soon, OK?
-Yeah, just late for the kids.
One last thing to do and I'm out of here.
Your mum's going to be OK.
She had a cardiac arrest, but she came through it.
She'll be transferred to the Coronary Care Unit.
Part of me wanted her to die. Does that make me a bad person?
I owe you an apology. Several apologies.
Hey, is this Ben?
-How are you, young man?
Mum, could you give us a second?
Please. I've made so many mistakes.
You're a nice man, Keith.
And you could be special, but you're not there yet.
I can change.
I want to change.
Who've I been doing all this for, anyway?
Why do we look after people?
Like you said, it's family. Simple as that.
Cos we're selfish.
We care for others, because it makes us feel better about ourselves.
There's nothing wrong with that.
If you're helping someone else at the same time.
I still don't know what to do.
I feel so guilty.
You're not a professional.
You've never had the time or resources
to cope with a situation like this.
And, I'm sorry, but it's going to be harder now.
Would you like me to help you research a care home?
I know them all inside out.
I think she may have caused a cervical fracture.
I mean, it was three weeks ago, timing's consistent.
-Stable? No neurological changes?
-No, but it could have been serious and that's all he's bothered about.
Why? Is he the type to make something of this?
OK. We take pre-emptive action.
We invite him in, get them to sit down together. Sort this out.
-They'll want to talk to you as soon as you're out of theatre.
Jack, my darling.
-Mum, I told you...
-No, no, no, no,
this isn't the time to get worked up.
Listen to me, Doris, I'll come back and finish the garden when you're better, OK?
-But until then, your daughter Sandra....
Now, I know she can be a bit of a nuisance, but she does her best
-and I need you to look after her, OK?
-I will. She's a lovely girl.
-Thank you. Did you push her over?
But I'm sorry I took her ring.
I wasn't very well brought up.
Are you still going to press charges?
He says he didn't do it and I believe him.
I hope your hand and leg get better.
You all right?
-I am so sorry.
Hey, be nice.
Oh, Joe, what happened?
I told you they were hassling him. This idiot really smacked him up.
There was blood everywhere.
You should see the other guy, though, eh?
You can tell her about it later.
You two want to go and sit in the car? Keep warm. See you later.
-You came to collect them?
-You had your hands full.
-It's on my way home, anyways.
-No, it's not.
Don't beat yourself up about it, Linda.
It's not like it was a difficult day. It was ordinary.
Come on, it was your first day.
I'm going to keep getting this wrong.
Look, everyone's here for you.
Lenny, I'm not cut out for this and it's not fair.
It's not fair on them.
You're family, Linda. That's what they need.
It'll be different tomorrow, it'll be better, trust me.
Just don't give up, all right?
See you later.
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