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I've got bi-polar.
I think he needs you. This time, we do it properly.
Supervised visits, the lot.
Gran's ill, so Mum's rushed to Spain. So I'm staying with Dad.
I love you, and I think you care about me as well.
It's too late, though, I'm with Cal.
I know. But I don't care.
I can't be the person to come between you and Cal.
How is she doing?
I don't understand, Charlie.
This is not something you can control.
You made a catastrophic clinical error.
I have no option but to report you to the trust.
Thank you. Is that for me too?
No, actually, it's for Connie. She's skipped breakfast.
Oh, talk about favouritism.
I was joking!
Look, you know nothing's going to come of this investigation, right?
It's just Connie's way of blowing off steam.
Hey, if it was one of my kids, I'd be exactly the same.
Ah, speaking of which, they are all out tonight.
Do you fancy a drink after work?
Yeah, I'm on it.
You do know this is a disabled space?
Yeah, well, pregnant women have rights too.
Plus Jez fed me snotty eggs this morning.
We all know what his cooking's like. I swear I could have
a miscarriage at any moment.
OK, I know I'm not technically a medical professional, but I don't think...
Yeah, well, I am. And do you know what these symptoms suggest?
Hot chocolate, a cookie and I'd smash a bag of gherkin if they've got one.
You're buying, by the way!
It's all going to blow over soon. You leave Connie to me.
Oh, no, Jacob, please don't get involved.
The last thing I want to do is to come between the two of you.
I've got some people here from the trust to see you.
They've got a meeting room upstairs.
Dr Gardner, we must stop meeting under these circumstances -
two enquiries in one month.
Well, you know the procedure. We'll look into it thoroughly.
Try not to worry.
What's taking them so long? We need to get in there.
Shouldn't we wait for uniform to secure the inside?
You're going to do great.
You should have more confidence in yourself - you're one of the best officers on the team.
I figured you'd be needing a hit of sugar right about now.
Jacob, only children have chocolate muffins for breakfast.
It's got salted caramel in it.
You're very naughty.
Oh, my goodness, it's good.
Um, I've been thinking that tonight we could take Grace for
a walk with the dog.
After work. What do you think?
Yeah, yeah, sure.
Well, if you've got something else you'd rather do...
-No. No, no, no, it's cool.
-It's fine, it's cool. It's cool.
Oh, this is lovely!
So, did you hear Ric Griffin's come in to see Elle?
That was quick.
Did you really need to make a formal complaint?
Your friend's negligence left my daughter with brain damage
so, yes, I had to inform the trust.
Connie, so many things went wrong that day - the car crash,
the kid with the drone. None of that was Elle's fault.
It was no-one's fault.
Well, that's for the trust to decide.
How old are you?
27. Why? How old are you?
Police! Stay where you are!
Ollie, I've got you your favourite.
Dad, I'm not a kid any more.
So, what can I get you?
I'll just have some toast.
So, shall we do something after school?
Maybe we can go to the movies.
Can't tonight, got football practice.
Oh. OK. What time shall I pick you up?
Don't worry about it. Jamie's mum will drop me back.
Ah! Ah! Ah!
Where are the damn teabags?
Maybe we've run out again, have we?
Everything has been moved!
I'll just go to the shop, then, shall I?
Did you get out of bed the wrong side?
I just want a cup of tea. Is that so much to ask?
Wait a minute. What's wrong?
I found this cufflink in Alicia's bedroom.
There could be a totally innocent explanation for that.
-It's a cufflink.
-Probably one of her old boyfriends.
If you're really worried, why don't you ask her?
Who still wears these, anyway?
-Ethan, can we just...
-No, I've got work to do.
Hey. Do you want something from the shop or...
I'm fine, thank you.
Are you still mad about the proposal thing?
Cos I thought we'd figured it out.
Not everything is about you, Cal.
Right, hilarious. Where is it?
Tell me where it is or, I swear, you'll live to regret it.
Yeah, I think I'll take my chances.
What have you lost?
Max thinks he's some kind of comedy genius.
You know, like the kid in school that used to pull my hair.
He's in prison now, by the way.
How unfortunate for him. Listen, I've got to go.
But good luck with the shoes cos you look ridiculous.
Give me my shoe back!
I'm going to make him suffer when I get home.
Excuse me? Can I get a signature?
That is gorgeous!
Yeah, Charlie picked it out himself.
Oh, good choice!
What's this? Vitamin C, hm? No?
Then I guess you're coming with us, mate.
I'm arresting you on suspicion of supplying controlled drugs.
Read him the caution and chuck him in the van.
I'll book these into the DPR later.
Let's get out of here. Come on!
Please make your way to the nearest exit. Come on, let's go!
Is she OK?
Clearly on something. Do you mind if we take a look in your bag?
Do we really need to search everyone?
Think you're a big man, do you?
I bet you haven't got much going on down there.
Now, don't get mad. I've heard size really don't matter.
Oi! I'm arresting you for assault.
OK, troops! Big day today!
We're going to do one last rehearsal this morning,
make sure you're all good to go this afternoon.
Get a move on, Bugsy, can't start without you!
My dad drove us the wrong the way and then we got stuck in traffic.
I haven't seen your dad in the school for a while. Is he coming to see you later?
He can't make it. He works very hard.
I'm sure he does. Right, everyone!
Let's go! First positions, then!
If you want the full notes, I can always get you a hard copy.
It's all right, I'll do it.
It's no bother, honest...
Good to have you back.
I haven't been away, as far as I know.
Ah, well, you know what I mean.
You must be relieved all that Dr Grayling business is over, hey?
Yeah, well, so much for forgetting all about it.
Right. Just a couple of things I thought might be helpful.
Your patient list, schedule and research notes.
OK, yeah, I can use a computer.
And Noel, you should spare a thought for the environment.
What's with all the sucking up today?
I'm just trying to prove I am of some use around here.
Before those damn machines leave me out in the cold.
-Keep up, old man!
I said stop! Stop!
Trying to hide, son?
Stay down. Stay! Where you going now? Hey?
-Where you going?
-Ray! Ray! Leave it!
On your feet! Where you going?
Nothing up there for you, son!
Ray, leave it!
Ray, leave him!
All right, everyone. Well done. Just a few notes.
Fat Sam, you really need to project,
otherwise no-one's going to hear at the back of the hall.
Tallulah, try not to look as if you hate everyone else on stage.
Bugsy, spot on. Keep up the good work.
Mr Parkman, is your arm all right?
So what time are we taking out Grace this evening?
We'll go straight after work, grab some food on the way.
Sounds good to me.
You know, I found a case very similar to Grace's.
The consultant prioritised a CT scan over intubation.
Who was that?
Just take a look at it. For me?
This man over here, please.
Jez, you got this?
Arms of steel. Just leave it to me, OK?
Right, hold it there until I've checked him over.
-You all right, mate?
-Do I look all right? Get it out!
-All right, stupid question.
-Could you hold his head for me?
Just try and stay nice and still, all right?
All right, you're in luck. It's missed the main artery.
I'm going to get you some morphine for the pain, all right?
Morphine - ace!
All right, I'm going to lift this on three, OK? One, two, three.
Mr Parkman? It's David Hide. I'm Ollie's dad.
Yes, I could get you another nurse, if you like.
No, that's all right. It's not like we've seen you in school recently.
No, no. You see, I've been busy.
In Acapulco, I heard.
Hello there, I'm Dr Keogh.
This is, um...this is Tim Parkman.
You all right there? You look quite flushed.
Pyrexial at 38.8, pulse 90, resps 22, BP 140/80, BM 6.
Nasty rash on both his arms.
Yeah, I can see that.
OK, can we, um... Yeah, let's get some of this blood cleaned up.
Your skin looks quite thin,
which may explain why you're bleeding so easily.
Do you have a good diet? Do you exercise?
When I have the time.
And you haven't taken anything
or eaten anything weird in the last 24 hours?
Not that I can think of.
He's quite tall.
All right, thank you, David. A gold star for observation.
How have you been feeling up to today?
Just a bit exhausted, and getting everything ready for this afternoon.
Ollie has worked so hard. Are you sure you can't make it?
Bugsy Malone! Ollie said you had to work.
Sounds nice. Um, OK, let's get some bloods off and an ECG.
Hello? Earth to David? Did you catch any of that?
Ah...yes, yes. Sorry.
Right, well, let's hop to it, then. I'm sure Mr Parkman doesn't want to be here all day.
Right, this is Nate Archer. He's 19 years old.
Only biologically - mentally, 27.
He fell approximately 20 foot from a lighting rig about half an
hour ago, sustaining a penetration injury to his right thigh,
piece of metal still in situ.
He's lost about 200ml of blood, GCS has been 15 throughout. I've given him 10 of morphine.
Great. Straight through to Resus, please.
Whoa, we need to look at that.
Is he going to be OK?
Oh, he's in good hands.
Oh, Cal, would you take her through to cubicles, please?
Sure. If you want to follow me.
Don't worry. We'll keep you updated on your boyfriend's progress.
Oh, actually, he's not my boyfriend.
You're the fittest bird I've ever pulled!
He only took 10mg of morphine, Jez. You ought to try it.
Mrs Beauchamp, there's another ambulance coming in.
Would you mind taking it?
No, of course not.
I don't suppose you've had a chance to read that case file, have you?
No, not yet. With me, Jacob.
Nate, we've contained the blood loss and you have been very lucky.
It's managed to miss every major vessel.
-And I'll book him in for an X-ray.
Is there anyone you'd like us to call?
Nah, it's all right.
What about your parents? Shall I get their number off your phone?
It's just in my bag.
Yeah? They look pretty nasty.
Nate, how did you get these?
That policeman. He's got serious anger management issues.
Sergeant Thompson, what's this? You got trapped under a lighting rig?
-I had to be rescued by a man half my age.
Not very heroic!
Sorry, sorry. Yeah, it's almost certainly fractured.
I'll confirm in with an X-ray.
Hm, this looks painful.
Let's have a look. OK. Let's get her some co-codamol, please.
Did you see that young man that came in? Is he all right?
I can find out for you. How did the rig collapse?
It was an unfortunate accident.
The suspect assaulted me, twice, and then brought the whole
rig down while he was trying to get away.
Yeah, I think we can either glue this or use steristrips.
Lovely, thank you. Right. I'll sort out your X-ray.
You didn't need to hit him like that.
You smashed him against that pillar.
He threw a can at my head and then elbowed me in the stomach.
I was within my right to use reasonable force. Hey!
Your results have come back negative but Dr Keogh just wanted
me to check a few things.
Have you changed anything recently in your daily routine?
Washing powder? Shower gel?
I have actually just changed my washing powder.
Ah, well, then you might have just reacted to it badly.
I'll go and check with Dr Keogh and then I'll come back and
give you some chlorphenamine.
I didn't know about the play. Ollie never told me.
Well, like I said, you haven't been at school much recently.
Maybe Ollie didn't think you'd come.
Hey, Pancake? How did it go with Ric and the trust?
I told them exactly what happened. Nothing much more I can do.
You know I'm still working on Connie, right?
But that kind of means I'm going to have to cancel our drinks tonight.
Jacob, I asked you...
Elle! You know I can't just sit back and do nothing.
Even if you could get Connie to retract her statement,
the trust will still have to investigate.
Yeah, but surely it would help if she...
if she came out and said that she'd made a mistake?
There'd be no case.
Are you and Connie treating the police officers that were brought in?
Yeah. Yeah, why?
I have a young man in Resus, Nate Archer.
He's saying that, before he fell from the lighting rig,
the male officer beat him viciously.
And he has these welts on the back of his legs that could be from a baton.
Yeah, the guy was quick to say the whole thing had been an accident.
Can I leave this one with you?
-If you want to get that, we can come back in five?
-It's fine, thanks.
Right. X-ray shows no glass in the wound.
OK, well, we'll just get this cleaned and closed up for you.
Great. I really need to get home.
Oh, I thought your boyfriend was in Resus?
He's not my boyfriend! He's 19 years old!
He looked so much older in the dark.
Sounds like someone's really trying to get hold of you.
I've said I'm all right. I don't know why he's still worried.
Well, you are in hospital.
I told him I stayed at a friend's.
I just wanted one night to myself.
Does that make me a horrible person?
Charlie, leave you with this?
That young man you were asking after.
Is he all right?
Well, he was saying he was badly beaten before he fell from the rig.
The kid's just trying his luck. He knows he's in serious trouble.
So he just made the whole thing up, then?
Charge Nurse Masters, would you go and get
a porter to take Sergeant Thompson to X-ray, please?
Now? Thank you.
I'll just go and see if they're ready for you.
It doesn't sound like he's going to drop it.
Everything's going to be fine, promise.
Could you go and get his belongings while I'm having the X-ray?
We can do that after we've been discharged.
I just think we should process everything sooner rather than later.
Hey, hey! Hey, what's wrong? What's wrong?
Have you seen the teabags? Somebody has tidied them away somewhere.
The trust have decided to talk to more witnesses.
Clearly, my statement wasn't enough to put their minds at ease.
Hey, come here. I'm sorry.
OK, listen, listen.
You have to fight this, all right? Cos you haven't done anything wrong.
It's Nate. The morphine's wearing off and he's getting a bit agitated.
It's going to be one of those days, isn't it?
Do you want me to come and assist?
What's up with you?
This patient - all his results are inconclusive.
Oh. How's things with Ollie?
That great, hey? Well, look, it can't be that bad!
What, has he burnt the house down or something?
What? He's not burnt the house down, has he?
No. This is Tim Parkman, Ollie's teacher.
Ollie's performing in a school play tonight.
-Ah, that's great!
-Yeah, but, he didn't even tell me about it.
He said Ollie wouldn't want me to come!
Well, what does he know?
Don't forget the custard tarts,
and the machine guns are in a box in my office.
Look, when I was at school, if somebody was mean to you, it usually
meant they were jealous or hiding something.
Nate, stop, please!
Just get it out!
Look, I'm afraid we can't do that in the ED. We need to get you up to theatre.
I'm just going to give you some more pain relief, Nate.
There we are. That's it.
Yeah, I can see that police officer really went for you, didn't he?
He wouldn't stop.
That's why I climbed on the rig - to try and get away from him.
-NATE INHALES SHARPLY
-All right, all right. OK, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
-Nate, do you have a headache? Any nausea?
-I feel dizzy.
We need a CT scan - rule out a head injury.
I've spoken to your parents, Nate, but they're still a few hours away.
Can I see her?
Your girlfriend? Yeah. I'll go and find her for you.
Sorry to interrupt. I just need to get his things, for evidence.
His bag's in the corner.
I remember you. You saw!
You saw what he did to me!
They said it was an innocent mistake. Can you believe that?
I mean, who on earth wants their wedding invitations printed
on black laminated card?!
You do realise, people are going to think you're inviting them to a funeral, don't you?
Or a swingers' party.
I'll send them back at lunch.
I can't seem to get anything right.
Did you see the ring? She's engaged.
It's not any of our business, really, is it?
She left some poor guy at home while she was out snogging a teenager.
Ah! Who was snogging a teenager?
Our patient, and she's 30!
Good on her! You only live once, Cal.
You're busy at work, I see.
I am going to kill Max! He told me that my shoe was in one of the bins outside.
So I'm there, rifling through the rubbish. Turns out it was all a joke.
Oh, wait till I get my hands on him!
Oh! He is such a funny guy, isn't he? That Max.
I saw him carrying a bag into the store cupboard earlier,
if that's any help.
You are a genius, Charlie! A genius!
Ethan, what I was going to say before...
Sorry, I'm with a patient.
Do you think it's Max? The cufflink?
No, he's more of the hoodie and trainers kind of guy, isn't he?
Go and talk to her. I'll stay with Rhian.
Right, so, it's good news.
You have an undisplaced fracture of the ulna,
which means no manipulation or internal fixation.
So we'll just get a temporary plaster on you and you can both be on your way.
The kid in Resus...
-..is there going to be a report into what happened to him?
The welts on the back of his leg - they're horrific.
He's saying he got up on top of the rig to get away from whoever did that to him.
There'll be a full report. I can assure you everyone followed protocol.
And who's going to write this report, you?
Jacob, a word, please.
Sergeant Thompson is a very respected officer,
and one I've known for years.
They don't deserve my respect, or yours.
I understand more than anyone your disrespect for the police after...
-They shot me?
Especially after that. But he didn't do it. OK?
You're allowing your personal issues to get in the way of your job.
As consultant, I'm asking you to sort out his temporary plaster.
He's called Nate Archer. He's only 19 years old.
You're not going to find anything in there apart from
a couple of cans of cider and some tobacco.
Don't worry, I'll sort this.
What is that supposed to mean?
Just leave it to me, OK?
Please tell me it's here!
Ah! My shoe!
Now I can treat patients without looking like a complete idiot!
Great! Maybe now we can stop talking about Max.
What's wrong with you?
You know how much I like you, right?
So, um...so we're exclusive? As in, not seeing other people?
Where has this come from?
I want us to make a proper go of this.
So you haven't been seeing anyone else?
No! No, of course not.
You're absolutely sure?
All right. Mr Parkman, is there something you want to tell us?
Um, well, your unusual height,
the excess weight around your waist, your thin, papery skin.
Does it ring any bells? No? OK.
Go on, tell him what you found out.
Um, well, it all point towards Klinefelter syndrome,
which your GP has confirmed.
You have an extra female chromosome.
Yes, I am aware of that.
Well, this is information that would have been useful hours ago, isn't it?
I can't produce my own testosterone. It's hardly something I want to shout from the roof tops!
OK. How long have you been on testosterone replacement therapy?
Since I was a teenager. That's why I didn't think it was worth mentioning.
OK. Have you changed your dose recently?
Anything that might help us work out where the rash is coming from?
OK, well, we'll just have to keep you under observation -
quite closely, it seems.
And in the meantime, please do tell us everything, yeah?
There are people here who want our help.
So are you going to go this afternoon?
Well, Ollie obviously doesn't want me there, so I'm going to respect his wishes.
It's not good enough! You don't know how lucky you are.
All right, let me just clean that up.
All right, all right. That's enough.
She was a bit light-headed earlier on but then she was fine.
My chest hurts!
-Are you diabetic?
-No. No, I kissed a 19-year-old!
We all make mistakes, don't we?
Am I going to die?
I bought a pill off a guy dressed like a mermaid.
OK. You're not going to die.
This is probably just a panic attack.
BM is 2.
OK, let's, um... let's give her the hypostop.
Was there something wrong with the pill?
I knew I shouldn't have taken it.
When's the last time had anything to eat or drink?
I had a sandwich yesterday lunchtime.
I bet you haven't had anything other than alcohol to drink.
All right, let's give you some of this.
OK, look, I'm pretty sure this is not from what you took.
This is more likely because you haven't had anything to eat or drink in the last 24 hours.
Now, this is oral glucose, OK?
It's going to help restore your blood sugar level to normal.
Yeah, yeah, you'll feel a bit more like yourself soon, don't worry.
-Excuse me. Your boyfriend would like to see you before he...
-Argh! He's not my boyfriend!
Now we're done,
I'll take you through to reception and get you discharged.
Great. Thank you both for all your help.
We'll be back to check on Nate.
His welfare is our top priority.
Why did you become a police officer?
To protect people.
And you're seriously going to walk out of here without saying anything?
His breathing! OK, just breathe.
That's it, that's it.
Quite a severe reaction, is it? OK, that sounds like anaphylaxis.
Let's give him 0.5ml of 1 in 1,000 adrenaline IM,
please, 200 of hydrocortisone IV and 10 chlorphenamine. Thank you.
Tim, it's very important that you tell us now.
Have you taken anything in the last 24 hours?
You need to be honest cos we can't treat you otherwise.
Any allergies? Have you eaten any p... In the bag?
-He's indicating the bag. Will you have a look at that?
It's meant to help with fertility.
Please tell me that you don't think Chinese herbs are going to
boost your fertility?
I've tried everything else!
Well, my Mandarin's not what it was,
so can you send that to Toxbase, please?
I really don't know what part of "tell us everything" you don't understand?
I've been using them for months and I've been fine.
I thought the rash must be from something else.
But he's been taking them for months. Why is he reacting so badly now?
I took a quadruple dose this morning. My wife's ovulating.
I'm not angry, I'm disappointed.
Is that a pole in my leg or am I just pleased to see you?
I admire your persistence.
Significant extradural - we need to call the neurosurgeons,
get him to theatre.
Can I take your number when I get out of here?
I'll take you on a proper date.
I think I might be a little too old for you.
You just concentrate on getting better.
Is everything OK?
Where are my parents?
They'll be here as soon as they can.
-Get him to Resus!
He must have had an undisclosed head injury.
A large bleed and he went off really quickly. Doors, please!
You must think I'm a right idiot.
Do you know?
Most people with Klinefelter's are completely infertile,
but your GP said you have a very low sperm count.
Ooh, lucky me(!)
No, no. No, I'm sorry. I meant...you have options.
I could get you information.
You know, it's really not too late to make the play.
Ollie is really very good.
Yes. He didn't invite me, so...
Stop feeling sorry for yourself! Somebody's got to be there to support Ollie!
Yes, but I was the talk of the school, and not in a good way.
I'll come with you!
It'll be good practice for me when my kid's on that stage.
With me as a mother, obviously, they'll be ridiculously talented.
Is that a yes?
Ethan, you can't avoid us forever.
I'm not. I'm actually really busy.
Look. I...I'm so sorry, OK? That I've hurt you.
But I can't ruin yours and Cal's relationship when I'm not
entirely sure how I feel.
I get it.
You're not sure whether you like me enough to break up with my brother.
No, Ethan, that's not what I mean.
Great, I can see the chords. Tube?
Tube in. Inflate the cuff, please.
Check the position, please.
Good air entry, bilaterally.
His pupils are unequal.
-The right one's fixed and dilated.
-No, no, no! Duffy, let me see.
You OK? PHONE RINGS
Are you going to get that?
Told myself everything was fine for so many years.
Think I just didn't want to accept it was over.
It's better to find out now, you know,
rather than later down the line.
You look like a man who could do with a drink.
-My treat, come on.
Just want to go home, get an early night.
Come on! When was the last time we hung out together?
You know, properly? I miss you, bro.
OK. One drink.
Darling, we are off to the theatre!
It's...it's more of a school play.
I'll be back home by six, so have dinner ready -
baby-friendly, of course!
Oh, and I've left my washing in the washing machine.
Can't do any strenuous activity, so hang it out for me?
I found these in his bag.
No wonder he got up on that rig.
He'd get a hefty sentence for that many pills.
Ray, they're the pills you confiscated off that other guy!
That nurse might make things difficult.
It'll be helpful if we have a reason to prosecute.
Don't you think that young man has been through enough already?
I know, it's a horrible situation,
and I never meant for it to get this far, but it was just one mistake.
So why not just explain that to the Chief Inspector?
They'll make an example out of me, you know that.
Please Jessie - we could go home now, cuddle up on the sofa,
forget this ever happened.
Or we could risk losing everything.
There he is! Ollie!
I'm sorry for just turning up like this.
Look, I...I know I've embarrassed you in the past.
I'm not embarrassed.
Then why didn't you tell me about the play?
Cos I know how much you hate being at school after what happened.
I just didn't want you to feel like you had to come.
I'd better get backstage.
Knock 'em dead!
Are you ready?
Just heard from theatre. Nate's on ITU.
Too soon to tell, but it's likely he'll be severely brain damaged.
What? How could that happen? He seemed fine.
The bleed was very extensive, Rhian.
Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, come on.
There was nothing else we could have done. Understand?
I hear the trust are taking your case forward.
Not now, Connie.
Oh, and I read the case study you so kindly gave me.
The key difference between my actions and Dr Gardner's is
that I made the right call.
And now you have another patient in ITU.
Can't you see she's upset?
Really, someone of such staggering incompetence isn't fit to
practise, let alone run an ED.
Connie! Connie, you are bang out of order! You can't...
Jacob, don't. She's right.
I should have noticed Nate's head injury much sooner.
No, no, no, listen.
You sent him for a CT scan as soon as he started showing symptoms.
Which is the more likely - that I am the unluckiest doctor in the ED
or Connie's right and I'm just incompetent?
I should never have come back to work.
Don't say that! Look, I will sort this out, I promise.
You know, I'm not meant to tell you this, but Nate suffered
a head injury before he was brought into the ED.
It is very likely he's going to have severe brain damage.
Now, I don't know what the hell went down, but you became
a police officer to protect people.
Don't you think you owe it to the kid to at least tell someone what really happened?
-No! This is ridiculous.
-Well, there's always the shop.
Yeah, well, I've already been there twice today and, quite frankly,
I'm not made of money.
Oi! I spent ages arranging those cupboards!
This was you?
Yeah, they were so disorganised,
I wanted to make things easier to find.
Easier to fi... All right, genius, show me where the teabags are.
-The teabags? Cal, come on, man. You haven't looked!
The tea is in the tea tin!
Sorry, guys, I'm just trying to be helpful.
Let's put the kettle on, eh?
Ah! Could not agree more.
Hey, you ready to go?
Yes. Who needs tea when you can have alcohol, right?
See you later.
Oh, he was amazing! You must be so proud.
Nate Archer - they're saying he's going to be brain damaged.
That's terrible but it was an accident.
You smashed him up against that pillar.
I told you - I never meant for any of this to happen.
Maybe you tell the truth, or I will.
Oh, please! Don't! Don't ruin everything.
I love you.
I love you too...but I can't let you do this.
I've got friends high up in the force. They'll never let
me go down for this but you're no-one!
You'll end up stacking shelves for the rest of your life.
Don't you get it?
-Are you all right?
-Where you going?
To give my statement to the IPCC.
Hey! I said we'd wait here for him.
Look, you're going to have to throw me a bone here.
From where I'm standing, tonight couldn't have gone any better.
I don't feel anything any more.
What do you mean?
Taking lithium every day has a cumulative effect.
Yeah, but it helps. You were ill.
No, I was manic, and they said that wasn't good for Ollie.
You've finally got Ollie back.
Don't do anything to mess it up now.
Robyn, I feel like one of those robots in a sci-fi movie.
I sound like Ollie's dad, I look like Ollie's dad.
But there's nothing inside any more.
I'm going to have to lessen my dose.
If I don't, how can I ever be the father Ollie deserves?
Does it make you feel any better, persecuting Elle like this?
What is it with her?
Why can you take her side after today's performance?
Do you know what?
I know you want to find someone to blame but ruining Elle's career is not going to help Grace.
She is incompetent and she almost killed my daughter!
You're the only one that believes that!
Well, clearly not, because the trust feel the same as well!
They'll have her out by the end of the month, don't worry.
You are making a big mistake.
Don't make me choose her over you!
If you don't stop this, you and me - we're over.
Well, you have clearly already chosen your side.
I'll grab my stuff tomorrow.
Well, I guess that's it, then.