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We're off, George!
LOUD MUSIC BLARES
He can't hear you. Turn the music down!
I'll swing for that boy one day.
George, we're off! Don't be late.
And don't play the music so loud! Did you hear me?
< Yes, man, I heard you!
Well, then next time - answer!
I'll meet your mum from work and come straight over.
It's perfectly fine if you don't make the first set.
The second one's the most important.
That's the one he's recording for Berkley.
Oh, Mum, Dad, you'll love it.
A bit of Chet Baker and loads of Miles Davies.
Now, if you don't get that scholarship...
then it's just not meant to be.
Once they hear how you play, it's as good as yours.
-LOUD MUSIC PLAYS
-I'm going to kill him...
Leave it. It's not worth the hassle.
-I'll see you tonight, then.
-Oh, we haven't got the tickets.
It's all sorted - your names are on the door.
-No, they're asking for donations.
Queen's Jubilee charity or something... I'll see you later.
America...it scares me.
Is this what you're going to be like for ever.?
What do you want me to say, Britney?
First you hit me in the face
and then you get suspended from school.
Well, I said I'm sorry, what more do you want?
I want you to prove to me that you're not going to do it again.
-That's down to you. Just wait here.
No, you just sit down over there.
No, no, over there!
Noel, who's in charge today?
I think it's Tess.
Thanks. Do you know it's Lenny's last day?
Yes, he's kept it really quiet.
-But I'm throwing a surprise party for him.
-Drunk or mad?
-A bit of both.
-You up for the party then?
If you see Tess, tell her that I need to speak to her.
-PHONE MUSIC PLAYS
-Is she here for the day?
Yes, unfortunately. Switch it off.
It's not my fault, it's broke.
Headphones don't work.
Come on. Staff room.
Can I have the WI-FI code? For me homework?
Instant messaging on the curriculum these days, is it?
-'Hey, you at work yet?'
Yeah, I'm with Alan, just having a coffee before I start.
'What time we meeting up?'
Six. I'll give you a call if I get held up.
'All right, great. I'll see you, then.'
See you, then.
-I thought Tess was on today?
-Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you.
No, I'm glad it's you.
-OK, what do you want?
-I need a favour.
Please don't ask for time off.
No, it's not time off.
Can Britney sit in the staff room?
I thought Tess had put her foot down about that?
Yeah, but she's not here.
-What if I say no?
-Then I'll have to ask for time off.
Oh, I'm throwing a surprise leaving do for Lenny.
Hi, Talia. Yeah, yeah, yeah. No, I'm not going in today.
Why don't you bunk as well, though?
Yeah, yeah, come round here, man, nobody's in.
She ain't going to find out.
Look, just listen, yeah? It will be me, you, and a three, two...
Listen, listen, listen!
MUSIC PLAYS You like that, yeah? You like that?
Yeah, yeah. Just come, man.
All right, cool, cool, cool.
What's Britney doing here?
She's been suspended.
I have to go to the school tomorrow and speak to them.
Was it bad?
-To be honest, I don't want to talk about it.
Anyway, how are you feeling?
Yeah, all right.
Isn't it a bit odd knowing it's your last day?
We've talked about this, Linda.
You really don't want to say goodbye to anyone?
No. And I really don't see why anyone's going to care.
Well, I care for one, and so do most of the people you work with.
They'll miss you, Lenny. You can't just ignore them. It's not fair.
I'm not ignoring anyone.
how goes things, Lenny?
How goes things? Things go OK.
Nothing new? Nothing happening?
No, same old, same old.
-Told you she was winding you up.
-She told me this morning. It's a surprise party for him.
You're not going to be too hard on Britney.
We've all done stupid things.
What, like ignoring your workmates?
Right, for a start, see that pair behind us?
They're not even going to remember my name in two weeks.
You're so wrong, Lenny.
This way, please.
-See, that is not a man on his way to the exit.
Hand it over, come on.
Why, thank you.
Bit early in the day to be fighting, ain't it?
Unless he's a left over from last night.
Is it me or is this job getting crazier?
-It's definitely you.
-Can you move out of the way, please, ladies and gents, nothing to see.
-Mind your back.
Hello, love. We're paramedics. We're going to help you.
-Can you tell us your name?
Can you tell us what happened?
I... I fell...
What, from a ten storey building? Collar and board, Dixie.
Nice and easy, we'll get you sorted.
Come on, show's over, let's move out of the way, please.
-Do you know anything about him?
-We just arrived.
OK, keep moving, please, let the paramedics do their job.
OK, just lie still and we will get a collar on you as soon as we can.
What happened? What's going on?
He's had a bit of an accident. We're going to take him to Holby City.
I'm coming. You'll be all right, Dad, don't worry.
-You want to grab yourself some shoes, then. We'll get him settled.
All right, don't worry, Dad. I'll be right back.
Don't go without me.
Oh, he could be off ill.
Aw, I just love your innocence.
Don't ever lose it or you'll just become a cynic like me.
I might have said something, but I didn't swear.
-I know cos I used to do the same thing when I lied.
-What am I doing?
-I'm not telling you, then you'll know not to do it, won't you?
But you did swear at a teacher, though, didn't you?
It just came out. I didn't think.
Well, you got to think, Britney,
otherwise you'll get yourself in serious trouble.
-Look, I was angry too when I was your age.
-I'm not angry!
All right, fine, you're not angry.
But once you get over being... whatever you are, "not angry",
you're going to find out you don't have it half bad.
There's a lot of people out there far worse off than you, yeah?
Yeah, I know all about Africa.
I'm sorry. I won't do it again.
-I've heard more convincing politicians, Britney.
-I mean it.
Lenny, have you got the Wi-Fi code?
I need to check something out.
OK, nearly there. Couple of questions for you.
-Your dad is Clive Albert Chilcot, is that right?
-And he's how old?
-And your address where we've just come from?
-119, Ashfield Way.
George, don't ring your mum...
-Sit down for me.
I don't want your mum to know...
Dad, You're not going to be able to hide this.
It's not as bad as it looks, right?
Georgie, please, let's at least wait to hear what the doctor says, OK?
All right, Dad, OK.
Yeah, I'll keep it quiet.
Yes, I will let him know.
All right, then. OK, speak to you later, bye-bye.
-Who was that?
What did she want?
To know if we could go to a leaving thing for Lenny tonight.
Tonight? When's he leaving?
Wow...he kept that quiet. Shame we can't go.
Why can't we?
Because it's Sheila's birthday, remember?
Oh, no, I forgot.
You're going to have to call her back.
Can't you say we've just had to go into work early?
I can't lie to my sister. Family's more important than work.
-You want to jump out for me?
-You a relative?
-He's my dad.
-Linda, you OK?
Come with me, please.
-What have we got?
-This is Clive Chilcot, 49-years-old.
We're not entirely sure how he got his injuries,
although they are consistent with a beating.
He's got a fractured nose, cheek bone and ribs.
He's also got bruising to the head and arms. GCS of 14 throughout.
BP's 100 systolic, pulse 95, sats 95% on air and 10 of morphine.
-And all before elevenses.
-Let's hope he's had breakfast.
Nearly there, Clive.
OK, let's get him across. You've nothing to worry about...
On three when we're ready, please. One, two, three, lift.
Was the airway clear throughout?
A little suction early doors but fine on the way in.
Let's get some oxygen on him, OK?
All right, just try and relax for me please, Clive.
BP's 105 over 70 and he's tachycardic.
Can I get an ECG, please, Charlie?
OK...breathing's back to normal. Cross match him for four units.
Let's get him in for a head CT scan.
Right, what have you got for me, Dix?
OK, this is Clive Chilcot, he's 49,
his address is 119, Ashfield Way, Holby City.
OK, I appreciate that.
Dad, why don't you want me to tell mum?
I need time to think.
I did something stupid... really stupid, son.
It's OK, Dad, it's OK.
-I think it's really noble you want to be a Special.
If you weren't there, our job would be a lot harder.
-How long before we can speak to Clive Chilcot?
-A while, I'm afraid.
-What about his son? He came in with him.
-He's in resus.
No point speaking to him. We know he came out of the house.
-He'll just muddy the waters.
Trust me, I'm a police officer.
Let's see what the dad has to say for himself.
OK, Sam, talk to me.
Clinically fractured nose and right zygoma.
Probably three fractured ribs on the right,
but apart from that, nothing too drastic.
-Do we know the cause of this body devastation?
The patient is reluctant to say how he got the injuries.
Right, Mr Chilcot...
if we know how this happened, it would be easier
for Dr Nicholls here to administer the correct treatment.
He was mugged.
OK...let's go with "mugged".
Have we ordered a complete trauma series?
-Yes, chest, cervical spine and pelvis.
Shout if you need me. Thanks.
Excuse me, please. I'm here to see Clive Chilcot.
I heard he's been injured.
Could you tell me where I could find him?
-He's still receiving treatment. Are you a relative?
-I'm his wife.
-Who did this to you, Dad?
-You don't need to know.
-But I do, Dad.
Nobody gets beaten up like this for nothing.
I've got mates that can help you out.
-Leave it, Georgie.
-Is it anyone I know?
-I won't say a word.
I think your dad needs a few minutes rest, George.
Why don't you just wait outside?
How's your last day going?
Well, haven't you told anyone?
Well, Mr Jordan, it's just a job. People change them all the time.
I'd like to just go quietly.
-Clive Chilcot's still in resus, ain't he?
-Yes, he is.
-His wife's here.
Oh, right come with me, please. I'm Nick Jordan,
the consultant here.
How bad is he? Someone told me he'd been injured.
He is going to be all right, isn't he?
-They're making their assessment now.
-Do you know what happened?
No. It's through here.
Now, that is my kind of woman.
Bit out of your league, I would have thought, mate.
Well, obviously but I can dream, can't I?
-George, your mum's just shown up.
Yeah, she's just gone through to see your dad.
So you don't know what happened to him either?
No, I just heard he'd been injured.
-Your son thinks he's been mugged.
-There are some very dodgy characters where we live.
Yes, I'm sure. Go through, please. You can talk to him.
This is Mrs Chilcot, everyone.
-Don't speak, darling. Just rest.
-What do you think you're doing?
How did you get the code for the Wi-Fi?
-I worked it out.
-Yeah, right. Turn it off.
-You can work the old fashioned way with a pen and paper.
Can you put this somewhere safe for me?
Sure, yeah. Is that Britney's?
Yeah. She's been chatting online with her friends.
Don't know how she got hold of the Wi-Fi code.
Maybe someone felt sorry for her, eh?
..this was meant to be a surprise
but I should tell you in case you have a heart attack.
I've arranged a party for you.
-A party? For me?
-Yeah, and nearly everyone is coming.
Did you not hear a word I said? I don't want anything.
Yes, but everybody says that.
Yeah, well, I meant it. No parties, no drinks,
not even a farewell cup of tea, Linda.
-But why not?
Linda, no, I don't want it!
Cancel it because I wont be there, all right?
Well, the X-ray came back clear so we can go ahead and take this off.
I think we should just keep this just between you and me.
I mean, you've got your family to think about
and I wouldn't want them to get hurt.
'Tango Whiskey 1 to Tango Whiskey 52. Come in, Tango Whiskey.'
Yeah, go ahead, Tango Whiskey 1.
'We have a lead on the assault you're following up.
'Have you time to check it out?'
Yeah, yeah, we can attend.
Let's get a sandwich and check this lead.
Always the way.
George, what's going on?
What happened? What...
-He's going to be all right, isn't he?
-This is my mum.
Right, the intel is that three people, two men and a woman,
were seen leaving this location this morning.
One of the men was badly beaten.
Well, our man was definitely badly beaten.
Nobody's been through these doors in years, have they?
I'll take a look around, shall I?
We'll BOTH take a look around.
Over here! Chris!
Who would do this to you?
You've never hurt anyone in your life.
Did the police tell you anything?
I'm afraid not, no.
Excuse me, folks, I'm just going to take this gentleman for a ride,
have a scan.
Make sure everything's tickety-boo.
-It's OK, yeah?
Charlie, have you see then gentleman's wife?
-She may wish to go with him for the scan?
-I'm his wife.
-I'm his wife.
I must have mixed you up with the lady that was here before.
What lady that was here before?
The lady that was here... but obviously wasn't...
-because I am mistaken. Right, Linda shall we, umm...
George, you rang her?
You're linking another woman! I'm not allowing that.
That's bang out of order!
-Ever thought of becoming the real deal.
-A full time copper?
-I don't think now's the time to start changing my career.
Yeah, well... I think you're doing a great job.
I heard you were quitting.
-Where did you hear that?
There were a couple of incidents. I was reprimanded.
Told if I step out of line again, that would be the end of me.
So...I'm on my best behaviour.
Look, don't just follow me.
Let's get this job done as quick as possible, all right?
I thought the idea was we worked as a pair.
We are doing! You go that way... and I'll go this.
-Look, I think we should call for back up.
I don't think we're alone and there's a huge patch of blood on the floor.
It looks like oil to me.
It's blood, all right?! And there's this phone.
SHE SCREAMS IN PAIN
Careless. Must have dropped it.
Tango Whiskey 1.
-Of course I'm blaming you!
-No way, mate. Not my fault.
-You didn't tell me there was a second wife.
-I didn't know that.
Besides, it's not my fault you like to go blabbing around the hospital.
-Don't you go turning this around on me!
Much as I hate to interrupt a pressing work conversation, could we...
Yeah, sorry, Charlie.
Mr Smith, please. Mr Smith.
Mr Smith's piles are acting up.
I've got Mrs Chilcot's mobile number, do you want to call her and tell her that, too?
It was the faux pas to end all faux pas. That was Olympic standard.
All right, I will find her and explain.
If I were you, I'd wait until lunch time.
-Cos you'll probably make an even bigger tit of yourself.
And I want to be there to watch you, mate.
Mr Smith, sorry, we're just through here.
Yeah, it is. I'm looking after it for Linda.
But it's mine. Why are you putting it in there?
I did have it in the desk in admin but I saw someone eyeing it up.
-Wouldn't you rather I kept it safe, no?
-Why can't I have it?
Because I think you've already burnt your bridges by getting the Wi-Fi code off me.
-Can I watch TV, then?
-No, you can't.
Because I said so.
It's not fair.
Sure Linda is saying the same thing.
Because of me?
No, because of me.
Why? What have you done?
I've got her to cancel the leaving party. She'd just arranged it.
But it'll be all right... we can still keep in touch.
Yeah, sure(!) What with, a mobile phone that doesn't work?
I can e-mail you.
I don't get it.
There should be quite a lot of money in that account.
Could you check it again, please?
Mum. What's happened?
I don't know. I don't know what's happening.
Yeah, hello, yes.
You all right?
Yeah, my brother, golden boy.
I think your dad's gone mad.
What are you talking about?
He's been seeing another woman.
And he's spent all our money.
No, no, that can't be right.
He's spent it.
Every penny's gone.
Every single penny, Matthew.
I thought this was supposed to be an industrial accident.
Who got injured here then, Al Capone?
Al Capone really dates you.
You should think of a more topical gangsters, Jeffrey.
What, like the Inland Revenue?
I'll take the female officer, you take the male.
OK, sweetheart, remember me?
I'm Jeff, I'm a paramedic.
We'll get you out of here as quickly as we can, OK?
We're just through here.
I don't think I can face him.
Do you want to wait out here?
-No... I need to see him.
Everyone gets the VIP treatment here, Yvonne.
Yes, even the police.
Right, am I seeing you later?
OK, well, I'll see you later, then.
-I've been looking for you.
What happened, Dad? I can't believe someone could do this.
< Make sure everything's ready.
When are we ever not ready?
Just to let you know, we're still waiting on your scan,
but we'll let you know as soon as, OK?
What's going on, Clive?
George knows what happened, don't you, Georgie?
I made that up.
Where's all our money gone?
What are you talking about?
Let me know when you're ready to tell us the truth.
George, you tell them. You know I was mugged. Tell them!
Oh, right, OK. Thanks for letting me know.
All right. Bye.
-Lenny's leaving thing's been cancelled.
She didn't say.
Well, at least we don't have to rush off now.
Look, is my hair all right?
Your hair's great.
Anything in my teeth?
Sorry, I'm just a bit nervous.
-You look perfect, OK? They're going to love you.
Hey, you made it!
Happy Birthday, Sis!
-This is Scarlett.
-Hi, nice to meet you.
-Thank-you. Come in let me introduce you to everyone.
Let me get you a drink. What would you like?
Well, I'm on duty, so probably shouldn't.
I'll find you something. I love your hair. It's amazing.
Where do you get it done?
I...just do it myself.
It looks nice, but if you like, I can give your number to Junior?
He's can do just that, you know, big and everything,
but without the frizz.
You shouldn't be here too long.
We're just waiting for the medics to say when they're ready for you.
That woman... I'd only ever seen her once before.
She's part of a firm of money lenders.
-So this is about a loan?
-We've had it for 16 years.
That is some loan.
Never paid a penny off the capital. It was for 30,000.
Now it's...a lot more.
What were you buying? A house?
No, I wasn't.
Yeah, it's me. I'm leaving.
I'll be with you in a bit.
You wouldn't believe what's happening here, man.
-Excuse me, can you get out of the way please, love?
-Where's her partner?
-She's been asking for him.
Yeah, all right, I'll speak to you later, bye.
-No, not now.
-Because we need to sort this out.
-It's nothing to do with me.
-It's not my fault Dad linked some sket and got merked.
-George, come on, man.
What? I'm just saying it's not my fault, innit?
Clive would like to see you. Actually, all three of you.
-Look, I'm out of here, man.
-Don't you want to know what this has all been about?
I know what it's all been about. Our precious dad two timed Mum...
-Let's hear that from him.
-You're coming with us.
Let's get her over, then. On three, please. One, two, three.
-Get some oxygen.
-This is policewoman Preeya Prentice, 37-years-old,
crushed by a large piece of metal machinery.
Hello, Preeya, I'm Mr Jordan. We are going to look after you, OK?
Bilateral crushed legs injuries. Bilateral fractured tib and fib.
Yeah, all right, nasty. OK, can we let CT and x-ray know, please?
We'll need them as soon as possible.
GCS has been 14 throughout.
-Checked her distal circulation and it's OK.
Let's get another line in.
Let me take a look at that.
Thought I better come and see for myself how you're doing.
You know the villains never get a visit.
How is he?
Yeah, he's fine.
He might have a bit of a headache in the morning.
-And his partner?
-She's in resus.
So can you tell me what happened?
Yeah, I think so.
-You were working an assault case, right?
-That's right, mam.
There'd been a tip-off.
Somebody had seen activity at a warehouse.
When I got there, I found a large pool of blood still fresh,
but there was no sign of life, all was quiet.
You didn't want to call for back up?
The place was empty, so why bother?
I just remember going into the room ahead of Preeya
and then I saw this thing come flying towards her
and I shoved her to try and get her out of the way...
And that's what happened?
All right, I'm going to check on Preeya.
I'll be back.
-Have you had this before?
-I can't say I have, no.
You've never had egusi? You have not lived!
What is it?
It's pounded yam and ground melon seed, you'll like it.
My mum makes the best egusi in Holby.
-That, I cannot deny.
-Try it. You'll love it.
Well, I don't normally eat before a shift.
It makes me feel sluggish. But it looks lovely.
I knew we borrowed money but I thought we had paid it all back.
Money lenders tend to be a law onto themselves.
How much was it for?
Then a couple of month's back, they sold the loan on.
Suddenly it was for over 60,000.
This morning, they demanded I give them everything we had...
which wasn't much.
Then they did this to me.
They said they wanted the rest by the next month and if not,
you three would get the same treatment.
-You should have told me!
-And risked you being in here?!
You don't believe me?
I don't know what to believe.
Perhaps you should speak to the police.
Perhaps I should speak to the woman who came to see you.
-She was the one who bought the loan.
Yeah, check her out. Teri Layeni.
-Why did you borrow so much?
-It doesn't matter now.
Here we go again.
-Your mother's right!
-You wonder why I think you're lying?
-Let it go!
I just want to know why this has all happened.
-Maybe we should all...
-I want to hear this, too.
See, even golden lips wants to know what the hell was so important.
Just tell me...
-You want me to tell you?
-OK, I'll tell you.
We borrowed the money so we could have you!
It was for you.
So you could have me?
You paid 30 grand...
to have me?
And as far as I'm concerned, it was worth every penny.
Britney all right?
Well, I haven't heard any screams from the staff room.
OK, I'll pop in and see her in a sec.
OK, Preeya, how are you feeling?
-No, not at the moment.
-I've just spoke to orthopods and they're going to let me know
-when there's a slot available in theatre.
OK, Preeya, we'll transfer you through to CDU. You can see Chris
-while you're waiting.
-I'll arrange it.
-Good, thank you, Sam.
-I looked after the female officer. Dixie looked after the male.
-So you went to Officer Bidner?
Whereabouts was he in the room?
Right...this is your room.
Bidner was roughly...there.
-And the female officer?
-About there. That's it.
Was Preeya found on her back?
No, on her front.
OK, thank you.
That's done. Thank you. Yvonne, where are you going?
You're going the wrong way. You're here to see Preeya, aren't you?
-She's through in CDU.
-Oh, OK. Thanks.
You all right? You look pensive.
-Yeah, one of my officers is lying to me.
-Why do you ask?
-Well, it's just since we have taken Preeya through
to see your other officer, they've done nothing but argue.
-I don't know.
It's all very hush, hush.
See, I know Chris is lying to me, but I don't know why.
I was hoping I was wrong,
but your paramedics pretty much just confirmed it.
I just hope he sees sense before I have to start throwing accusations around.
And there's me thinking policing was all about catching the bad guys!
-You got time for a coffee before you go?
-Maybe a quick one.
Oh, by the way. Pensive suits you.
In a uniform.
So, where do they come from... your parents?
I mean originally?
My biological dad is from Jamaica but I never knew him.
Jamaica? Not Africa, then?
Well, sometimes that's how it is.
Well, it was lovely to meet you
but I think we had better be getting back to work.
I think we should make a move, we don't want to be late.
Just wanted to check how you were doing?
I spoke to Chris. He told me what happened.
Have you caught them?
-I got a good look at one of them - a woman.
She didn't want me to get hold of her phone.
I could pick her out for you any day.
Good work. This was after the incident?
This incident... when it happened...
what were you doing?
I... I can't remember... It's a bit fuzzy.
-But you can remember the woman?
OK, that's good work, Preeya. You get some rest, all right?
-Good job, Linda, thank you.
How is she?
Well, all things considered, she's doing remarkably well
but she did have some horrific injuries, so it'll be a while before she walks.
-What's the matter?
I can't breathe! My chest, my leg...
What's going on? What's happening to her?
SHE SCREAMS All right, all right, lean back.
-Is it a stabbing pain?
Whoa, pulse 140.
Let's take Mrs Prentice through to resus, please.
Come on, as quick as you can.
-Will someone tell me what's going on?!
Is there something you want to tell me, Chris?
Preeya saved me.
She wanted to wait for back up. I was stupid. I went against her.
I've been reprimanded twice.
She heard about it and I wanted to show her I knew more than she did.
That I was still in charge.
we are going to have to talk about this at a later date.
There was a car parked outside the warehouse.
You're just remembering this now?
It was a 4x4.
I think I can remember the plate.
You all right? Where did you get that from?
Yeah, I know that, but how did you get it?
Actually, don't bother making up any lies, Britney.
-I know you broke into my locker!
-To get my computer!
I don't believe you.
-You won't tell Linda, will you?
-Of course I'll tell Linda!
That's what I'm going to do right now.
So if you've got any sense, you'll get your butt
back in the staffroom before she comes looking for you.
The cars registered to a female, Teri Layeni.
Her family's been in the loan shark industry for years.
Preeya ID'd a woman, so we're going to go and pick her up now.
Where do you think you're going?
I'm not going to miss this one.
You've just sustained a head injury.
This woman nearly killed my partner. I want to be there.
I can't stop him.
OK, let's go.
Right, sir, just going to check everything with the nursing staff,
then I'm going to take you to the ward upstairs.
There's some lovely nurses up there. Just mention my name, Big Mac,
and they'll look after you, all right? They know me there.
Back in a sec.
I have to go soon.
I need tonight to be really special now.
Yeah, me, too. Meet Talia.
This will sort itself out, I promise.
We'll get you to college somehow.
I think your parents have been under a lot of pressure
with this loan hanging over them.
Yeah, I get that now.
It just felt like I could do nothing right...but...
The important thing is that you've got each other.
He's right, and it's our chance to prove it.
And we will.
Can I handle this?
-I was hoping you'd be here.
-What do you want?
We're arresting you for the attempted murder of an officer,
extortion with menace and grievous bodily harm.
Shall we go?
Escort them out, would you?
I don't think so.
Very good news, thank you.
I've just heard.
They've arrested the gang that were responsible for this.
What does that mean?
-Well, the end of your troubles, hopefully.
-That might be worth taking the beating for.
Thanks for what you said back there.
I was just saying what I felt.
With George, there was a time I couldn't get past the money.
The debt kept on piling up...
and I was taking it out on him.
Kids are never easy.
Even when you don't have that hanging over you.
Yeah, I was the adult. I should have been above it.
I promise I'll change. You and Matt on an equal footing.
I'll see you tomorrow, Dad, yeah?
George... aren't you forgetting something?
One step at a time, yeah, Dad?
You got jokes, innit, bud?
No, Dad, don't talk like that.
-Give it to me.
-It's not yours!
I don't care! I'm not having you just sitting there wasting time.
-Britney, please just give me the computer!
-Britney, just give me the computer!
Hey! That's enough!
Do whatever you want!
I don't know what you want from people. You're out of control.
-She's had a pulmonary embolus.
We're waiting for the surgeons.
She's stable at the moment, but her injuries are quite serious.
-We got the people who did this.
-Well, that's good.
Yeah. Yeah, we got a baseball bat with blood on it
and a lot of dodgy accounts, you know.
The front line world, eh? The police and the emergency department.
She saved me.
Yes, I heard.
I'm really sorry!
You all right?
Well, she's still in there on the computer.
This is crazy.
I have no control over her.
I'll go take it off her.
We're early, we could have stayed longer.
Oh, I must have looked at my watch wrong.
Hey ho, we're here now.
You seen a young girl come out of here about 10, 15 minutes ago?
I knew you weren't 19.
I knew you weren't 18.
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