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MUSIC: "Bohemian Like You" by The Dandy Warhols
Taking your life in your hands there, my son!
She's knocking on a bit now, you know.
-Eyesight's not quite what it used to be.
-Who said that?
What've we got?
Silas Green, 24 years old.
Got a chisel impaled between the second and third metacarpal
-of the left hand, minimal blood loss.
-Just get it out!
Good perfusion and sensation.
-I would have mown you down, you know.
-Any pain relief?
-Yeah, 10 of morphine.
Ah, Doctor Kent. What time d'you call this?
Ah, you want to watch yourself, mate, Zoe's boss today!
Right, Jeff, what we got?
-I'm on it.
All right, Silas. Let's get you X-rayed
and see if we can't relieve you of that chisel.
Why are you late again?
Er, stuck in traffic.
Doesn't he walk to work?
MUFFLED MUSIC POUNDING
I told you to have everything ready last night.
-I forgot about history.
-Yeah, well, we need to get going!
-MUM, stop, we've got loads of time!
You need to stop getting so wound up, it's bad for you.
'Sykes! Come here, boy!
Mum? The guinea pig! MUM!
Sykes, come on!
-Yeah, all right, stop looking at us like that.
-You knew this was going to happen.
-I said stop it, freak!
-Mum, leave it.
-It was just a matter of time.
-What? Don't be stupid.
-You were supposed to fix your gate!
-Yeah, and I was!
-I was trying!
-What, like you try to keep the music down?
-Oh, here we go.
To stop your thug of a son partying...
-You leave Connor out of it.
-..till all hours.
-You lay off my boy, you understand?
-Spreading his filth across my garden.
What you going about it, eh? Make another one of your phone calls?
That dog is a menace and you know it.
Yes, you keep vermin around the place, what do you expect?
SCREAMS: It should be put down!
Lucky for you, it doesn't involve any deep structures.
Can you move these for me?
-What, it's not...?
Is there any pain here?
-All right, all right! So, how did it happen?
I was carving.
I'm a sculptor.
Ah, hence the other scars. It's something you make a habit of?
Sometimes I might lose myself in the moment.
Can we just get on with it?
OK, I need you to keep very still.
Could you pull up his medical history when you get a chance?
-OK. Got it?
All right, Silas, brace yourself.
All right, on my count. One...
Have you seen Scarlett yet, today, or Lloyd?
I'm telling you, step on the cracks and the bears'll get us! Oi! SHE LAUGHS
Well, at least someone's in with a chance of a decent breakfast.
-Excuse me, I offered you breakfast!
-Yeah, fruit and decaf!
-You need to come up with better if you plan on hanging onto Mufasa!
Oh! Sorry, sorry, sorry.
-Oi, idiot, why don't you go back home?
-Here, love, do yourself a favour, good-looking girl -
get your haircut and get out of the jungle!
-Say it again!
-Lloyd, stop it!
What you playing at?
He was scum, it wasn't worth it.
You don't make my decisions for me, OK?
What are you doing here?
My dad is just... No! I'm...
'Come on, Alicia, you're going to be late! Alicia!'
-You should go!
-(We've ages yet.)
Really, he's going to freak out.
OK. The corner, 20 minutes.
How long were you there?
Come on, sleepy-head, it's past eight.
What are you do...?
I said out!
I don't want to see you sniffing around her again, you understand?
-What d'you think you're doing, bringing that in here?
-It's that dog!
-You told them!
-You ordered them to fix the back gate!
But they took no notice, just like always!
-Paige Norton and her sadist son, who kicked it in in the first place.
Go on, have a look. Cliffe, Rosemary Cliffe.
-There is an order.
-No cut-off date.
-Yeah, but she should have done it by now!
-Dangerous dogs is a police matter. Take it up with them.
-I'm sorry but I don't know what expect me...
-Yes, you do!
You know EXACTLY what I want!
-try to understand, my son...
-We gave you a diary.
-..Danny, he's 12 years old...
-Do you have it?
-Any photographic or witness evidence?
-..and he's a good boy.
-We just can't live there any more!
This is your 19th visit in the past year,
during which time, no crime has been reported.
There's been no indication either you or your son are at physical risk.
Not one complaint has been lodged by a neighbour
-and there's no apparent problem with the house.
Unless at least one of these criteria should change,
there is no way you will EVER be re-housed.
I'm sorry, rules are rules. There's nothing I can do.
I thought we had a deal? No more lies. You swore to me.
-I take it he is a boyfriend, not just, you know?
Well, trust me, you got no time for those types of distractions now.
-He's not a distraction...
-GCSEs are the most important thing.
-Dad, I've been...
-What you do now is going to affect your whole life.
I've been doing fine.
-About six months.
Tell me something, is it my fault? I mean, am I doing something wrong?
-No, Dad, it's nothing to do with...
-Or is it, "Go behind Dad's back,
"just like everyone else does"?
The difference is...I expected it from your mother.
-I'll wait in the car.
-It's OK, I'll walk...
Just get yourself some breakfast and be outside in five minutes!
Erm, has anyone seen my badge?
Look, I'm sorry, I get it, I shouldn't have interfered.
Nah, you weren't interfering. It's just...
..that kind of thing must happen to you all the time.
What d'you do?
Well, if people are that stupid, why should I waste my energy on them?
You can't just ignore it! Behaviour like that.
We've got to stand up for ourselves!
I don't know what's going on with you two today
but I don't want to have to warn you again.
MUFFLED MUSIC POUNDING
Jonas, I'm so sorry about earlier with my dad.
It's just...since Mum, everything...
-Yeah, I'm fine.
-C'mon, I'll take you to class.
It's all right, you don't have to, I'm fine!
Don't worry about your dad, all right?
He'll come round.
He has to.
DANCE MUSIC POUNDS
-I have to go.
-Take care, OK?
SHE GASPS AND GRUNTS
Where is he? Where's Danny?
Danny, where is he?
She fell in the school corridor.
I just got a bit of a fright and turned my ankle.
Best be on the safe side, yeah?
Have we met before?
-She was in a few weeks ago.
I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to wait outside.
So, how did you fall exactly?
Zoe, could I just get a second...?
Alicia? What's happened to you?
Please tell me it wasn't another "fight".
Not this time.
Alicia fell at school. I suspect it's a sprain
-Do you mind if I...?
Do you mind if I take Alicia
and you take Mr Davis, whose notes are pretty interesting?
-And you'll have my undivided attention.
And we'll have you out in no time.
-We need to get this X-rayed.
So...how're things at home?
Kid's football shirt.
OK, mate, I'll take it from here. Thank you.
You all right, darling? Can you hear me?
Can you tell me your name?
-OK, Rosemary, you just breathe nice and slowly for me
-and we'll do something about that burn, good girl.
The fire boys, they tell me you might have children in the house?
They're looking for them now. Is that right? How many you got?
-Just Danny? And where's he? Is he at school?
-Right and definitely no-one else in the house, no?
Can you walk for me, Rosemary?
Good girl. OK, let's get her up on three, Jeff.
-Take your time, take your time.
-One, two, three...
-ROSEMARY CRIES OUT
-Good girl, all right, OK.
-Nice and slowly, nice and slowly, I got you.
'Charlie 7 from Tango control, Charlie 7.'
Definitely no light-headedness, loss of consciousness, anything like that?
-No, I just tripped. I lost my balance.
-Well, we'll get those X-rays...
-Will it be long?
-Only, I should be getting back.
-Feeling the pressure?
Alicia, are you sure there's nothing else we should know?
OK! We'll do our best to speed things along.
This is Rosemary Cliffe, 39, she's been involved in a house fire.
She's got a partial thickness burn to her left arm,
with some smoke inhalation.
She's got a cut to the back of her head.
May have lost consciousness before we arrived.
-Pulse is 110, BP 140/70, sats of 97 and she's had 10 of morphine.
Hi, Rosemary, I'm Zoe, this is Lenny,
Lloyd, here, is one of our nurses.
We're going to be taking care of you.
Was there something you were after?
It's just you have the look of a man on a mission.
-But he said stay put.
Well, I'm sure five minutes won't hurt?
And I'm going in that direction.
Besides, Dr Kent isn't averse to a bit of rule-bending!
Hm? Shall we?
Partial thickness burn to the upper left.
OK, let's get that dressed.
Lloyd, can I have a word?
Listen, mate, we got a call on the way in.
They pulled someone else out of the house.
We haven't told her this but it was a kid.
Now, she says her son's at school
and she's adamant she was the only one in there. All right?
I gotta go, OK? Good luck.
So, Rosemary, can you tell us what happened?
I arrived home from dropping my son at school and I noticed smoke.
I just wanted to see where it was coming from.
OK, I see you bumped your head here.
Can you remember anything about that?
-Let's get this lower leg cleaned up.
-Lenny, I've another trauma coming in, are you going to be OK here?
Lenny? Slight blistering and erythema on the foot too.
-Document that for me, please?
So, you say you have a son?
-Jonas, come on.
-Yep, X-ray's all clear.
C'mon, let's just get out of here in case my dad shows up.
Check his airway.
Pulse 140, BP 149/92, resps are 20 and sats 95%.
-It's fine, OK? You don't need to worry.
-What, what is it?
-They found someone else in the house.
-Who are you?
-Paige Norton, Connor's mum.
You can't go, not until I've seen those X-rays.
-There's nothing broken! I can tell.
Alicia, the system is in place for a reason -
people do not just walk out of here.
OK, so I'll discharge myself then!
Is this about something else?
-I can do that, can't I?
-I would strongly advise against it.
-Hi, what d'you need from me? Do I need to sign something?
Why can't you all just leave me alone?
SHE GASPS OK! Can we get some help over here, please? It's all right, Alicia. OK.
Connor, can you hear me?
On a scale of one to ten, can you tell me how much pain you're in?
That's good, isn't it?
I think they're all full thickness. Let's get plenty of fluids into him.
What does that mean?
It means Connor's burns are severe enough for the nerve endings to be damaged.
That's not a reason to panic but he'll need monitoring for a little while.
Scarlett, can you take Paige for a cup of tea, please?
-Wayne, can you contact the burns unit, please?
-Just this way.
-No, I don't want one.
-What did you do?
-I said, no!
-Look, I don't want a cup of tea!
-All right, outside, NOW!
-You stick together you lot, don't you?
You think you can call the shots!
-Yeah, he's MY son!
And we're doing our best for him.
-What did you say?
Thank you, Scarlett.
Lenny, can you keep an eye on that right-hand side?
Right, I'll leave you with that.
I know where they live!
OK, so, I'll see you back here in five, as they say.
Don't really know if you should be smoking here!
So, white, no sugar.
So what now?
Nice hair. Get a lot of grief, do you?
Must be tough being a looker.
Is he going to be all right?
Connor's very ill.
I don't get it.
What was he doing there in the first place?
You're neighbours? Man!
Keep a close eye on him till Plastics get here.
So, is she always like that?
We've had problems with them for years. Both of them.
Anything they can do to make our lives miserable.
Noise, litter, abuse.
It sounds like nothing but...it's constant!
There's no let-up.
Have you tried talking to anyone?
Oh, they won't, nobody won't do anything.
They won't move us, they won't move them...
I just get scared...
It's going to be OK.
This officer's on the hunt for a patient of yours, a Rosemary Cliffe?
OK, Alicia, could you lift your shirt for me, please?
OK, so when you experience the spasm, the pain is right the way across?
-And this is what you felt at school? Before you fainted?
-Has it ever happened before?
Ok, you can cover yourself up.
Jonas seems nice.
Have you been together long?
I don't think I'VE ever managed that!
When I was your age, I was lucky to last six days.
You make yourself sound really old!
I am really old!
Old and unsuccessful, apparently! THEY CHUCKLE
So what does your dad make of him?
That good, eh?
He just found out. He was really angry.
It's a tricky business - dads and their little girls.
I need to ask you some questions,
questions that may make you feel a little uncomfortable,
but it's important that you're honest with me.
Are you sexually active?
-Well, at least we know where to start.
-Don't tell anyone, please.
Look, don't worry, however it turns out, we can sort it. OK?
In you go.
You think she's pregnant?
If she is, I'm worried those symptoms could indicate an ectopic.
Could you run a beta HCG as soon as she's ready?
-Do we know if the school contacted her father?
-Give me a shout if he shows up.
It's, erm, Sam's hearing.
I've, erm, I've been called to speak.
Not as a character witness, for the GMC.
Have you told her?
So, Alicia Dans,
-she was the one who was desperate to get out of the exam, right?
That desperate she got herself beaten up on purpose and then faked amnesia.
So, how goes it this time?
Well, she LOVES Dr Kent.
They all love Dr Kent.
Green-eyed monster, Lloyd?
Nah! Man's a legend.
She's clearly hiding something.
What does Tom think?
-He's determined to keep her in for now, get to the bottom of it.
Sam's on the late shift.
If you don't tell her, somebody else will.
Two minutes, yeah?
What would happen to him?
-Connor...would they arrest him?
And he'd go to prison?
For how long?
Look, you're a nice person, but...
..you're not responsible for anyone else.
Your job is to tell the truth and that's all.
You're the victim here.
Will it be...
..worse for him...
..because I was in there?
Put it this way, he's lucky you got out alive.
Er, guys, guys!
I think this fella was trying to climb up the fire escape.
-From the outside, doesn't look like anything's broken, no?
..are you stoned?
You all right, love?
-You looking for someone?
-I'm, I'm looking for my mum.
They said she was in a fire.
-Get away from me.
-You're a malicious, lying old cow!
-Connor would never have done that!
-Leave her alone! Back off!
-You take it back!
-She's done nothing to you!
-She's got them wrapped round her finger, it's not fair!
Not fair? What about the misery you've put her through?
-What about her home? The fact that everything she owns has been destroyed?
That she was nearly killed in the process?
What the hell were you thinking?
First, you risk your livelihood to get away.
-Next, you're outside getting wasted and scaling buildings.
Well, as your current physician, I feel compelled to recommend you ease off the smoke.
-Helps my symptoms.
-Are you trying to tell me you have MS?
All right, when were you diagnosed?
I don't want to have this conversation.
You can't help me, so don't try.
It's under control.
Well, you're going to need a scan and then we'll take it from there.
Ah, Tom, Linda's asked me to tell you that a Philip Dans is here?
Lloyd, I really think you need to take a step back.
It's not your job to get involved.
These people, they've gone through hell for years. Why?
Because no-one stood up for them. No-one's "got involved"!
-You're a nurse, not a superhero!
-D'you have the first clue what nursing is?
It's not all sticking needles in and emptying catheters!
It's about empathy!
Are you telling me you have no idea what it's like to grow up getting grief every day
for what you look like and where you're from?
-Did I not make myself clear? I mean, is that it...
-..or are you just too stupid to understand...?
-Hey, you've got no...
Phil, isn't it? Nice to see you again.
Now, I don't think you need reminding that this is a hospital
and Alicia is my patient.
And that, as her doctor, I'll have no qualms about having one, or both, of you removed
at the first sign of trouble.
-Is sh... Is Alicia going to be OK?
But she's collapsed twice this morning so we're running some tests.
-Tests? What kind of tests?
-I can't say.
-Why can't you say? She's my daughter.
What type of tests are they doing?
I don't know.
Is it serious?
-Well, then what?
Is he really ill? Will he die?
His dog killed my guinea pig.
But I don't get it.
He's always been...all right.
Mum and Paige, they hate each other...
..if I'm getting grief and that, he'll...
He'll look out for me.
You don't think he did it, do you?
-You stupid, stupid child!
How could you? After everything we've been through.
-You need to think...
-It's all right for him!
He can walk away any time he feels like it but not you.
-You're going to risk your whole life for this.
-Phil! A word?
-IF she does turn out to be pregnant,
there's a chance the foetus is developing outside the womb
and, depending on what stage she's at, that might require surgery.
So, whatever your thoughts and feelings are about the current situation,
this is neither the time nor place to vent them.
Tess. Two minutes?
-I wanted to ask you something.
-Did you burn down our house?
-I thought you were...
I went back in because I thought...
You thought Danny was still in the house?
-Connor, what were you doing in there?
I heard the alarm.
Mrs Cliffe...there was smoke...
You pulled her out?
What the hell's...? You get out!
-OK, That's enough now. Fetch Zoe, please.
-Mum, it's OK.
He's OK, Danny's... HE WHEEZES
Sats are dropping.
Connor, Connor, can you hear me?
-What's going on?
-He's going into respiratory arrest!
I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to get you out of here.
He's struggling to shift the air and his sats are in the 70s.
OK, let's get him tubed!
We need sux, ketamine and someone do cricoid.
So we can rule out pregnancy, but we need to run a few more tests.
So let's get an ECG, full blood count, U&E and an ultrasound -
and you'd better let her dad know the state of play.
Where is my dad?
-I thought he was better off in reception.
..if you ever need to offload...
..or if you ever want to talk about anything...
you know I'm here.
Ah, the man himself!
I'll leave you in safe hands.
We wouldn't have got him to theatre in time.
No way, his airway pressure's over 40 - he could blow a pneumothorax.
-Scarlett, we are going to need plenty of swabs for this, OK?
-Have you seen an escharotomy?
OK, scalpel, Tess.
Making first incision.
The poor kid's terrified of her dad. There's nothing obvious physically.
I think there's something going on.
She seems very mixed up.
Tom, we don't know what we're dealing with and, to be honest, I think you're taking a risk.
-You know you really shouldn't be on your own with a female patient, let alone a minor.
-We just chuck her out on the street?
-She should go to a GP.
The girl has clear symptoms.
Until I know exactly what's wrong with her, I'm not letting her go.
Just be careful.
I spoke to Connor! It's OK! He didn't do it!
Connor didn't light the fire! He saved you!
It was him who pulled you out.
I'm sorry, love...
No, Mum, you're wrong.
Love. Danny, I saw him!
I've got good news for you.
You're suffering from something called a cervical rib.
A cervical rib?
It's an extra rib.
The bone impinges on the nerves, reducing sensation -
hence the tingling.
I'm going to run more tests, make sure I've ruled out everything else,
but, after the stunt you pulled earlier,
I need to keep an eye on you.
I'll let you know when there's a bed for you upstairs.
Just lay off the skunk, OK? And stick to ground level for now!
We had to cut open his chest to release the pressure.
So, prepare yourself, it's not a pretty sight
but his breathing's a lot better and he's stable for now.
-You can go in if you like.
Scarlett, keep him under constant obs
-and call me if anything changes.
Bloods are all backed up,
so Alicia's results will be about half an hour.
Excuse me? Hi.
It's Alicia, she was upset and she went to the ladies'
-and she hasn't come out.
-You seen Lenny anywhere?
He didn't do it. He was saving her!
That miserable old cow you're so hung up on -
-he pulled her out and she owes us!
-She owes you nothing.
So, she got it wrong.
Why d'you think that was? Because you drove her to it.
Alicia, are you OK?
Where did you get this?
You still have no memory of how this happened?
Nothing at all that might help?
Excuse us. Lloyd?
The way that's developing, it's looking more and more like a corrosive.
We need to PH test it then irrigate for a minimum of an hour this time.
I'll make a referral to Plastics. Keep an eye on her.
-I was going to give it back!
What're you going to do?
Don't tell anyone, please.
Don't tell Dr Kent!
How dare you!
How dare you sit in judgment on everybody around you?
You accuse me of having no empathy?
Paige's son is all she has. Lloyd?
Paige Norton is a racist bigot
who's made that poor woman's life a misery.
If you want to keep on defending her, then go ahead
but you do yourself and your heritage a discredit.
-Oh, so, you've taken sides with Rosemary because she's black?
-Do we even know each other?
-I would never judge anyone on the colour of their skin.
-She accused an innocent kid.
Lloyd, not everything is black or white.
-Why are we running away?
-Please, Danny, get in the car!
-We can't just leave.
-Look, it's not as simple as that.
-I know what you think you saw...
There are things you can't possibly understand!
-But he DID save you!
-You are 12 years old! This is not up for negotiation.
Connor risked his life to pull you out!
I did it!
I lit the fire.
But you accused Connor.
We need to tell them - the police.
..if I go back in through there,
they're going to arrest me.
Now, they'll put me in prison.
And there'll be nobody to look after you, sweetheart.
You'll go into care!
She's not an emergency case and it's clearly not appropriate for you to carry on treating her.
-Can we discharge her?
-Well, I'm still waiting on results.
OK. Well, I'll deal with her until then
and unless something untoward shows up, she's out of here ASAP - agreed?
Where did you think you were going to go?
-It's not me you need to apologise to.
-I just panicked.
-What you did was unforgivable, yeah?
You need to do the right thing.
That nurse bloke thinks we deserve it.
No, I'm sure he doesn't.
Just, sometimes Lloyd gets a bit ahead of himself.
Forgets to think things through.
Still, it's kind of what makes him amazing at the same time.
Did you really do all those things to Rosemary?
She wouldn't ever face up to me.
If she had a problem she just...
She'll run away and tell tales.
I can't bear that.
What started it?
I don't remember.
Let's get her back over.
-Linda, check her bag!
-She must have been purging for months.
Let's get some lorazepam and start replacing the sodium slowly.
How many has she been taking?
I'm going to see Connor for a while.
Alicia, how many have you been taking?
..five a day.
Everyone does it at school. It's just...what you do.
Alicia, we think you have bulimia.
Do you know what I'm talking about?
It's very important that you talk to someone about it.
-We've referred you to a specialist team.
-I want to stay here!
-I'm afraid it's not the kind of care that we can offer.
-You're my doctor!
You told him, didn't you?
Is that why he won't treat me any more?
You like him, don't you?
You don't like that he pays attention to other people.
OK, that's enough. Doctor Kent, why don't you step outside?
I don't want to see anyone else! I don't want to!
You said I could talk to you!
-Please, don't go!
-It's OK. It's OK, Alicia.
No, you don't!
You think I'm... Cos I took his stupid badge that I'm some kind of stalker.
-I've got a boyfriend!
-So, why did you keep it?
(I don't know.)
I don't know.
When Dr Kent's there, in front of me...
..and he talks to me...
..feels like he could just make it all better.
I want to apologise for earlier.
I know what you must be thinking but that's,
that's not who I am.
..I've been meaning to catch you.
Actually, there's something I need to talk to you about...
Sam? You OK?
It's a letter from the MOD.
The GMC have called another witness,
an ex-colleague of mine from the army.
It wasn't your fault.
MUSIC: "Lucky Man" By The Verve
# Happiness, more or less
# It's just a change in me Something in my liberty
# Oh, my, my
# Happiness, coming and going
# I watch you look at me Watch my fever grow
# And I know just where I am... #
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