Robyn tries to make David see sense as the team rush to find them, but an unexpected arrival makes her own situation all the more perilous.
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-Please don't send me away.
-It's not your job to look after me.
-I don't have anybody else to come.
A booze bus?
It's manned by a nurse and a paramedic,
they treat the drinkers in the town centre.
Do you think you should return to your medication?
I don't recall ever feeling better.
You have to feel the fear and do it anyway!
Duffy, happy birthday.
David, I thought you were going to take me for a ride in that car.
How about we do that now?
That's an amazing idea. There is something I want to show you.
GPS PINGS STEADILY
I know you're there. Come on, you little swine.
Show yourself. Show yourself.
Ha! Yes! Out of the way.
I know where you live and I am coming to get you,
you stupid dinosaur.
What is he doing?
Trying to catch dinosaurs.
Is that a euphemism?
Few of my mates play it but, nah, not for me.
That's a grown man - it's sad.
So what's your idea of fun, then?
Box set and a bottle of Prosecco.
Some people would say that was sad.
I don't care what people think.
-Well, maybe they don't either?
-It's still sad.
# I'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want
# So tell me what you want, what you really, really want... #
# It's a little bit funny... #
Fancy grabbing some breakfast after this?
OK, let me down gently, geez.
It's not my style.
-What, are you not even going to make up an excuse?
# ..but, boy, if I did... #
It will be worthwhile, Robyn. No zombies, I promise.
You look tired, how long have you been up?
Erm...I got a couple of hours last night.
I'll get enough sleep when I'm dead.
Robyn, it's Dylan. Are you with David?
Yeah, can he hear me?
No, I don't think so.
Right, the psychiatrist was a figment of his imagination.
She doesn't exist. I think it's fair to say he's been manic for
'some time now.'
Right. Well, I wish you'd have told me that earlier.
'Where are you?'
I don't have a clue.
Well, keep him as calm as possible, just humour him, and if you can find
a town name, or business, some sort of landmark, and text that to me.
Then I'll call the police.
No, no, no, I don't want that.
David isn't his normal self in a very literal sense, Robyn.
'I'm not sure I trust his judgment.'
He's OK, Dylan, I can handle this.
OK, well, I'll send the cavalry, then. Keep him calm.
She doesn't want to involve the police and I'm working.
You're the psych nurse.
Yes, come on.
Oi, you a dolphin boy?
Oh, my word, I didn't see.
What was it for? A diplodocus?
Not even a meat-eater, pal.
Thank you, I...I'd better be off.
I just saved your life.
Well, I should get your phone at the very least.
I don't think so.
That's a shame, isn't it?
Although...I guess, it depends whether you enjoy violence or not?
Yes, I quite agree but that is not the way to go about things.
If I say, "Can I count on your vote," that means,
"Can I count of your vote" - that is not a question, that is a statement.
If they sense a division in our ranks, they'll pounce...
Aw, he is just so dreamy.
We have, like, so much in common.
Same taste in clothes, high opinions of ourselves.
No, I was running with the joke. Sorry.
Anyway, I'm working so...
-I'm going to be a surgeon.
-You fancy Nicola Sturgeon?
No, he said, "I'm going to be a burden."
But you already are.
All right, forget it.
Is he serious?
No, it's a silly man crush he's got -
you know he wanted to be a gladiator when he was younger.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Thanks for this, Robyn.
I need to explain and I couldn't think of anyone better,
so thank you so much.
-Whoa. Eyes on the road, mate.
Who was that you were on the phone to earlier?
Just Jacob, wanted me to work an extra shift.
I hate those, don't you?
We never live in the moment any more,
we're never truly with the person next to us, always distracted,
always tempted to find out what's going on somewhere else.
I want to live in the moment.
-Want to live in the moment?
Hey, hey, hey, what, what are you doing?
I haven't got flippin' insurance,
and you just thrown a £400 phone out of the window!
I'll buy you a new one.
With what? You get paid the same as me!
I'll get you one, just trust me, Robyn.
This is silly, we just phone David and tell him to bring her back.
-It's not that easy.
-Not if he's manic,
he'll be convinced that whatever he's doing is correct and normal.
OK, then we find them before he does something.
He's still David, he's not likely to be violent or aggressive.
-Not picking up.
-I'm sure they'll be fine.
The more you two try to reassure me, the less it does.
So...you doing any more lessons with Lily?
Do you want me to?
Eh! Well, you fired me, so you don't have much choice.
Yeah, right, that's why you want me to.
-Your ears burning?
-Mmm, we were just talking about you.
Just wondering when Gemma's next lesson is?
It was a trial and she isn't ready to learn.
Yes, she is, with you as a teacher.
She doesn't have the discipline.
-Yeah, I do.
-Or the aptitude.
Who are you slating?
Or the resilience.
She's just making these up now.
Dr Chao, can I borrow you? What's happening, Iain?
What's what she said?
Resilience. Prove her wrong and you'll have it.
12-year-old, Neela Aggarwal,
fell at home and lacerated her forehead one hour ago.
GCS 14, she drops one point for confusion. Sinus tachycardia.
Now, her dad is in communication with the school,
she's been withdrawn and lacking focus for the last term,
dropped right down in her studies, went off her food,
became uncommunicative, refused to see the school nurse.
And you're telling me this because?
Well, because, as a nurse, I can deal with the symptoms,
but I thought this warrants a further investigation.
Why is that?
If it wasn't for the fact that she's a sweet 12-year-old girl,
I'd say Neela is suffering from drug withdrawal.
THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE
I highly doubt that.
Mmm, is that for me?
Thank you very much.
It's getting late. Where are we?
We're nearly there.
Your psychiatrist wasn't real.
Dylan went to the room, it was a storeroom.
Maybe he got the wrong room.
This is Dylan we're talking about.
Exactly, no-one's perfect.
Or maybe it was just a manic episode and she was all in your head?
Life is for living.
I'll catch you when you fall.
I don't want to fall. I don't want to fall.
What goes up must come down, eh?
David, I know you are still in there, why can't you just trust me?
It's here! We're here!
Dylan was so obsessed with drip stands,
he forgot to double up on bowls.
Well, there is a cinema around the corner -
could you get some popcorn buckets?
As soon as I get a minute, I'll go, all right?
You all right, mate?
How did you cut your head?
Has Neela ever suffered from anxiety or panic attacks?
THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE
No, she has always been a happy girl.
THEY SPEAK OWN LANGUAGE
Last week she refused to go to school out of the blue.
She's been falling behind in her work.
She was a top student for years but we don't put pressure on her.
Three days ago she started with this sweating, crying,
couldn't eat, was sick.
Couldn't sleep. We tried to get help but we were told to wait.
And then she falls and now this.
-Let's glue the head wound.
Could I talk to you in private, please?
What are you doing?
Resilience, and I'm working.
How do you spell resilience?
You shouldn't be here.
Impressive. OK, spell anaesthetist.
I always struggle with that.
A-N-A-E-S-T-H-E-T-I-S-T. Can I use your phone?
OK, stay still, please, darling. It's OK, it's OK.
Gemma, get back to work, please.
Now! All right, all right.
Where does it hurt?
It's been a while.
Wait up. Wait up.
But you never forget. You never forget.
Brother. Older brother.
Don't be. We were both quite insular boys, parents not exactly outgoing.
You know, we'd sit in our rooms
listening to the teenage angst back catalogue -
Smiths, The Fall, The Jesus & Mary Chain.
He bought the Bros album.
Yeah, I'm not sure what happened there,
probably trying to impress a girl, he was always trying to
impress girls, but they weren't interested in him.
Let's try Robyn1992?
What about plain Robyn?
It's not enough characters.
So what are you doing now?
If we can get her password, then we can locate her phone.
Because a cloud knows where it is?
Cyberspace, not actual space. Granny was called Cynthia.
I just use password1234.
Which you are not supposed to tell anybody.
I found him. Overdose...
..silly way to go.
He spent three days in agony at the hospital before getting his wish.
All those things he's missed since. All those experiences, and for what?
For nothing more than a low-flying bout of depression.
I don't fear my highs, Robyn.
..going as low as he went.
You see, that's what I wanted to explain to you...
Oh, yeah, that's great. Very nice, you bare my soul
-and no-one's listening...
I need you back. We need you back.
She had three cats and a dog, we could be here till Tuesday.
-Just phone the police, Charlie?
-Robyn said no.
Robyn's also naive, 32 weeks pregnant
and needs us to look out for her.
Strictly speaking, David hasn't done anything illegal.
What do we say to them?
If that's what it takes,
you said yourself he doesn't know his own mind.
And if anything were to happen to her, Charlie, and you didn't...
What does this mean?
So? What's the diagnosis?
I'm sorry, but I have to ask.
Does she have access to medicine cabinets in your house?
No, and we don't have anything stronger than paracetemol.
OK, how about when she's out?
Could she be socialising with people who have access?
You can't think that she is taking drugs? She's 12 years old!
Can you be sure? You can't watch children all the time.
-I am sure.
-Mr Aggarwal, I...
My wife takes her to school and picks her up.
Does she have any siblings?
No, now listen to me. We've sacrificed for her education,
she goes to the best school in Holby and we live on the worst estate.
She must study hard and achieve great things.
We provide everything she needs under our roof.
My little girl does not do drugs. She doesn't leave the house.
-And this is?
-Nobody - I'm sorry if I've caused offensive.
-I'll let you know what the tests reveal.
-Is this one of mine?
-Yeah. Standard CABG.
Watch the one after - messy valve replacement on a bariatric.
Great, yeah, I will. Thanks.
You know, I wasn't going to bite, but, the new look, the videos...
..do I need to get a restraining order?
I just want to be a surgeon. And I thought...
Well, you don't need a designer shirt for that.
Scruffiest casino in Reno, one of my favourite places on the planet.
Practise this. Surgeons need dexterity.
And a surgeon like myself
needs to make sure they're being taken seriously.
Follow me young, Cal.
Well, there'll be three of us soon.
No, no, no, please, it's too early.
Baby doesn't have a calendar. Right then.
What do you mean, "Right then"?
Well, I'm delivering a baby.
Are you having a laugh? You couldn't deliver milk in your state.
-Go and find help, go and find a phone,
go and do anything you can to bring an ambulance here.
-Robyn, I'm a nurse.
You're not a midwife! And you are not well.
Robyn, I've never felt better.
No! You're ill and I'm not giving birth in a graveyard with
a mentally unstable nurse.
Sticks and stones, Robyn, sticks and stones. I'll go to the car and
see what's there - we can improvise,
it will be like that chap who got lost in the woods.
This is not a game! David! Please!
Not like this.
Not like this.
There's roadworks, so it's B-roads all the way.
-Right. Not exactly the birthday we planned.
Let's just have her back safe, have them both back safe, that'll do me.
Surgery is life or death. But a surgeon can't think like that.
So, one of your tasks is to make sure
that the rest of your life is under complete control.
Of course, that's easier said than done.
We can't always control everything that happens to us
but we can control how much it affects us.
What are you doing in here?
Did you leave our daughter a tin of beans and a can opener?
Oh, stop it. She has a carer.
I know, I called earlier and spoke to an agency nurse.
I needed to be somewhere.
Yes, a school talent show for a perfectly healthy young child
must have made a lovely change from struggling with Grace?
Don't you dare. You're the one that cancelled on her.
Anyway, I'm the one that puts in the hours.
You do, normally, but tonight an agency nurse did.
Bottom line, Connie, if you don't want to look after our daughter,
then you just say the word because I will permanently.
you want to avoid an argument,
speak your mind in front of an audience - if someone is
taking liberties or undermining your authority, deal with it.
Here endeth the lesson.
Right, if this doesn't stop it, you'll have to go to A&E.
I need to get my phone back.
The police said they'll do what they can but the area was clear.
Why do we pay our taxes
if we can't get help when we're a victim of crime?
It's Saturday night, mate - they're stretched to the limit.
You don't understand, though, I need my phone.
To catch more dinosaurs?
Yes, that's exactly it. I want my phone back
cos it's got 350 different species of dinosaur and I'm an hour away
from Jurassic level 12.
Well, yes, I am, but that's not the reason.
It has got photos of my daughter on it.
You didn't back them up?
I wish I had because now she's lost forever.
Just take some more.
Sorry for your loss.
Do you know him?
-The dad, has he threatened you or something?
Don't be ridiculous.
So when do you not stand up to people?
Go on, Lil, you can talk to me. Was your dad pushy as well?
How parents choose to bring up their children is up to them.
Is that why we have social services?
Wanting a child to succeed is not bad parenting.
I'm just going to phone my wife, I'll be outside. OK?
It's like that thing, hostages loving their kidnappers.
Yes! You have Stockholm Syndrome.
I am just going to check a few things.
Open your mouth for me, please.
Mr Aggarwal said she hasn't been eating,
mucous membrane's dry and tongue cracked.
-Capillary refill delayed.
-I'll set up the fluids.
Is everything OK, Neela? Is there anything you want to tell me?
Come, on, come on, come on.
No, no, no, no.
Come, on, come on, come on. Please, please.
-You won't get very far.
-Give me the keys, David.
-No, I didn't mean that.
-Give me the keys.
No, no, I mean, you won't get very far because there's no petrol in it.
We were on empty all the way here, I'm amazed we made it.
I think my brother may be looking out for us.
Church... there'll be a vicar's house.
The house is empty, God is dead.
So, anyway, I know it's slim pickings.
I found a towel, bit manky.
But then I got Duffy some whisky. So I can sterilise it.
Then I got to thinking, we've been giving birth for thousands of years,
what would the cave people have done?
They wouldn't have had monitors and whatnot.
-Get away from me.
-No, no, no, no.
They'd have used plants and leaves and stuff,
so all I need to do is a bit of foraging and bob's your uncle.
Get away from me! Or I mean it,
I will scratch your eyes out!
Oh, do us a strong coffee on tick, will you?
No money, no caffeine.
Come on, I'm brassic.
Tiger Lily's not playing ball.
-I remember playing ball with you as a kid.
I could be hammering you 25-0 and you'd still keep going.
You're supposed to let little kids win.
But then they never learn, do they?
Don't you have customers to serve?
No, not really. The booze bus has taken away half my customers.
"Resilience is the...
"to bounce back from advers..."
It means tough.
-We can share our skills.
-To help each other.
OK, test just done, no cannabis, cocaine or opiates.
But she's looking better now the fluids are in.
Is Dylan around? Can he give us his opinion?
-I'll grab him.
And what are your skills? Annoying everyone?
Something like that. I don't give in.
HE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE
-Hey, is there something you're not telling us?
-What's going on with the little-un?
-Gemma, come away now.
No. You might brick it around him but I won't.
Come on, what have you done to her?
If I'm guilty of anything, it's of protecting her too much.
So why is there a 12-year-old in there rattling like a good'un?
-We've ruled out any drugs in her system.
Well, maybe she's gone in the head cos they've pushed her too hard.
-There's not a child on Earth loved like my daughter.
She's my miracle baby. We were told we could never have children.
She's my gift from God.
And I'm telling you, my wife and I have done nothing to harm her.
I bring her here begging you people to find out what's wrong with her
and you accuse me of what?
-That's quite a skill you've got. Go.
Mr Aggarwal, I'm so sorry, OK?
No-one else is thinking that, I apologise for her behaviour.
All clear. Good.
This phone jacker, what did he look like?
Short, skinny, bit like he should have been wearing glasses,
stupid yellow tracksuit.
-With a voice like that?
"Oi, oi, how is it going, mate?"
You know him?
Yes, he's a notorious scally from round here
but he don't normally go that far.
Do you think you could get his phone back?
It's a bit risky, but he does have a laugh with me and Iain so...
Anyway, what do you care? Not your style.
That guy runs around hiding in a game
rather than face up to his dead daughter.
Yeah, you're right. So maybe he does need to face reality?
Her photos, Jez. He needs them.
All right, so...
..what's it worth?
The satisfaction of helping a grieving parent?
Granted, but what about that breakfast date?
-Do you have any morals?
I'll think about it. That's the best you're getting.
All right. Hold the fort.
Please help me get through this.
If not for me, then for her. I'm begging you.
I guess a crazy, manic nurse is better than no nurse?
I'm sorry. You were right. I wasn't thinking straight.
You can do this.
I can, I can, I really can.
Did you work on obs and gynae?
No, but I always wanted to.
-The baby's coming.
-I'm on it!
Where are you going? It's too late to get help now!
Not sure how long the batteries will last.
In retrospect, it possibly wasn't the best car to buy.
Hey, bet you wish you'd chosen me as your birthing partner now?
Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop.
It says it's here.
There's a few villages nearby.
Look at that! Worthless.
Yes, boys. What you saying, Raf? You good?
Nee-naw man! He's all right him, lads.
Where's your mate? One that talks funny?
I'm flying solo tonight, I am just helping out the drinkers.
So, basically... I need that dinosaur hunter's phone back.
Got his little girl's photos on it.
She passed away.
I left my violin at home.
Come on, man, he's...
Time to go.
It's this time, Robyn, the baby's nearly there, that's it.
This is the big one, this is the big one.
And push, push. You're amazing, amazing, amazing.
-You're giving birth, think about it.
-You think about it!
Go on, go on. Good girl, push, push, push.
Don't want little baby Robyn being born on a gravestone, do we?
That's it, good girl. And cue Robyn!
Push! Push, but don't go on. Push, push.
Good girl, yes, yes, push! Oh, yes.
Yes, I've got you, little one. I've got you, little one.
Oh, baby girl, baby girl, I've got her.
-I've got her, oh, wow!
-Is she OK?
She's cold. She's cold, open up, quick.
-She's cold, she's cold.
-Keep us warm.
Oh, Robyn, oh, Robyn, good girl. Come on.
Where is it? Has someone been back here?
Oh, it's OK, panic over.
Sorry, can I pay for this, please?
Yeah, leave the money on the trolley.
Yes, no, I've only got a fiver.
Thanks for the tip!
You do have it bad.
Here you go.
It was that easy?
I can sweet-talk most people.
So I've heard. Better, Mr Judds?
Can I see her?
I'd rather you didn't.
It might open up some old wounds.
Is that a cartoon dinosaur?
You what? That's the first thing you look at!
-What about your daughter?
-Do you even have a daughter?
You have no idea how much time and money I've invested in this game!
You made us feel sorry for you, you sad old man.
-I nearly got my butt kicked, mate.
Well, that's your choice!
You got the titanium triceratops?
You're not helping! You ought to be ashamed of yourself.
A grown man, lying about a dead daughter to play
a stupid kid's game.
You wouldn't understand!
So enlighten me.
Look at me, I'm in my 40s, single,
I sit on my backside all week at work.
It's either get out and do this or I sit in and watch box sets,
and I drink myself to death.
Nothing. Your nose appears to be fine now.
If you have any pain, we recommend paracetemol.
Any further complaints, see your GP.
There's something wrong.
OK, OK, can you push? Can you push?
The placenta. There should be contractions.
Shall I pull?
No. No. There's something wrong.
There's something wrong.
Robyn, no, don't. Robyn, Robyn, Robyn, Robyn.
I won't tell you again.
No, I want her to stay.
-What's it like?
What's it like not?
Well, I'm in a better state than you right now, so I'd say it's boss.
How clever are you?
Top 0.01% of the population.
So how come I know what's going on and you don't?
You didn't want my phone to call someone, did you?
You wanted the internet, didn't you?
Definite electrolyte imbalance, has she any history of eating disorder?
Father says no and there's nothing on her file.
No major illnesses - she's improved with some IV fluid but still
-has tremor and agitation.
-OK, could be psychosomatic.
I think your best bet is to encourage fluids orally and
-make an outpatient appointment with CAMHS.
-OK. Thank you.
That's all right.
-You are Neela.
If you don't stop, I will call security.
-Did your parents push you?
-You want to counsel me now?
-This is important.
-No, my job is important.
You clever people, you're all divs sometimes.
What did your parents do when you weren't working hard enough?
-I always worked hard.
-Come off it. Serious.
I would have privileges removed.
Stuff that would distract you from grafting?
Yes, like the TV in my room.
I think you'll find I've shown discipline, aptitude and resilience.
We're going to have to wait until he brings her back, Charlie.
Let's go check it out.
"I think you are just so handsome.
"Oh, should we have a shower together?"
Again? That's your brother. Come on.
Um, I'm not really getting the hang of this game.
Must be a pretty quiet shift for these conjoined doctors
to be standing around all night?
And what are you doing?
I'm doing research work for Mr Strachan.
You two, follow me to the sluice.
"Oh, no, here I am in trouble when all I was trying to do
"was impress Alicia.
"Why-aye, pet. I'm not impressed with owt here like."
Over here. Over here.
No placenta birth, heavy blood loss.
-All right. Ambulance, please.
-This is my patient.
I know you're ill, but if either of them are hurt,
I will kill you, do you understand?
But I delivered the baby.
Yeah, in the middle of nowhere! She was trying to help you.
-You're all right, love.
-There's an ambulance on the way.
You're doing fine.
OK, let's get another line in and can we stand by with two units
-OK, on it.
Robyn, you've retained the placenta and have had a major PPH,
so we are going to send you upstairs, OK?
Charlie, let's give her some more morphine
and 10 milligrams of Oxytocin IM.
Then let's set up an infusion of
-five units slowly administered, please.
Where is she?
You're both in very safe hands - don't worry. Don't worry.
SHE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE
-Hi, it's me.
-Hi, there, Neela.
You're telling me this contraption made her ill?
Removing it did.
It's not quite a recognised medical term
but "nomo" stands for "no mobile"
and "phobia" speaks for itself.
I've read about it but I've never actually seen it.
It affected Neela in a way we would expect a drug addict to react.
She cut her head open looking for the phone,
she was climbing the bookcase.
But what can we do about it?
Immediate withdrawal hasn't worked,
you need to slowly reduce the time she spends on her phone
and maybe allow her actual social interaction
so she isn't so dependent on technology.
Say family meals around the table?
Walks in the park instead of revision?
Thanks, I will.
I am sorry if I accused you of anything.
You know what you are?
Can you teach me how to spell it.
Do you think I'm sad like him?
No. Don't be silly.
Look, it's easier to sit in than take a chance on a night out.
That's not sad. It just soon becomes normal, that's all.
-So how come you don't?
-I'm embracing life.
Is that why you go with men as well as women?
-I knew that bothered you.
-It's your choice.
Yeah, it is...and it bothers you.
A bit, not sure I understand.
But...maybe you can explain when you buy me breakfast?
I can't do that.
I spent all my money buying that phone back off Raf.
So how about I cook you breakfast?
That's the last thing I thought you'd say.
OK, let's get her up.
Not much of a birthday. Didn't even get a present.
Robyn's little girl and I share the same birthday.
I can't think of a better gift.
David, there are some people out here who want to have
-a word with you.
-I'm not stupid. They're going to section me.
Only if you don't go voluntarily.
I'll end up like my brother if I accept it.
Could you give us a minute?
Tell me about this brother, David.
-Killed himself, depression.
-Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
Don't be, it wasn't recent, I don't need grief counselling.
Well, we all need grief counselling.
See, I'm in something of a predicament.
You're the only one who can get me out of it.
You see, when I was in charge yesterday,
I failed to notice in time the symptoms that you were displaying.
That's dereliction of my duty
and it's grounds for a tribunal, maybe even a hearing.
So, whilst it's not really reasonable for me to ask you,
I'm going to ask anyway - would you do me a favour?
The favour is that you actively seek support,
before support actively seeks you.
That way I won't be the consultant
that had a nurse sectioned in his resus.
I know it's a lot to ask.
And I am ashamed to ask it but what can I say? I'm a selfish man.
-Hello, David, My name is Sue.
I'd like to come with you people.
No need for anything unnecessary.
I... I come on my own volition.
I told the Department of Work and Pensions
that I wasn't fit to come back to work.
I was right, wasn't I?