Ethan's obsession with Scott Ellisson comes between his relationship with Alicia, while Connie and Sam's feud puts the team in an awkward position.
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So, this is it for you and me, bro. I've got to say goodbye.
Nietzsche, he seems to have something to say about most things.
Especially since you made me break my three-night rule.
-Well, you asked me to stay over again. Come on...
I've been reading, like you said.
I've always been able to talk,
I just didn't want to talk to you, because I hate you.
Whatever you do to Scott, it won't bring Cal back.
I need to do something, and this is all I can think to do.
-You're not man enough to admit it.
-I'm in the clear.
I knew it was you. Scott!
-What are you doing?
-Whoa! You scared me.
Have you lost your mind?
I thought you were just watching Scott from your car.
-I mean, what if he sees you?
-No, no, he went out ten minutes ago.
But his laptop's there.
And, I mean, it could have details of anything illegal
he's got planned on it.
Alicia, if we get the police to catch him in the act,
he goes to prison.
Like he's going to keep a to-do list like that.
Well, no. I don't know, but there might be an e-mail.
It's worth a look.
What, by breaking into his house?
I'm not breaking in. I've got this.
This is insane.
We've got to be in work in, like... 20 minutes.
Danny! You in, son?
What you doing home?
You just got up?
Shouldn't you be making a start on that lot?
Look, I got weeks yet until I start uni, all right?
I'll get through them before then.
Yeah, you better, they cost me an arm and a leg.
-You seen my wallet?
Look, can you not clean this lot up?
I mean, what would your mother have said at the state of it?
I'll be back for lunch, but I got to work late tonight so...
-get your own dinner, eh?
-Help me out of here.
Rose, I love your dress, you look so beautiful.
Chris chose it.
Like everything else.
So, who's going to be the next one to volunteer?
Don't all rush at once, eh?
Come on, guys, we've got four weeks until we go to France
and there's tons of stuff to do. Max?
I get really bad travel sickness.
David, what about you?
My passport has run out.
I give up. Honestly, I do.
My love box needs ticking.
-Oh, that means dating, does it, or something like that?
OK, all right. Leave it with me. I've got a plan.
-You ain't got a plan, have you?
-No, of course I haven't.
I haven't the first idea, have I?
-I mean, how did you meet your most recent partner?
It's slim pickings around here.
I think I will have to think of something else.
-Yeah, good luck.
-Good morning, everyone.
OK, today, Dr Keogh - X-ray reviews, discharge letters.
Dr Gardner - cubicles.
Dr Hardy and Dr Munroe, when they get here, resus.
-And Mr Strachan on minors.
Don't you want to utilise my extensive experience
by putting me into resus?
What? Thank you for that, but given your limited experience
in this department, I think you are best served in minors. Thank you.
-Mrs Beauchamp, can we have a...?
-You are wasting your breath.
It's about Grace. She has a therapy appointment at lunchtime,
and as I'm on rota, any chance we could swap times?
Sorry, it is too short a notice.
OK, come on, she needs me there.
I can take her.
Or you can leave without my permission
and force me to take disciplinary action. Your choice.
Fine. Just don't be late.
Only a few more months of this then we're off to uni.
No more sneaking around hiding from your dad.
You know he means well.
Anyway, I kind of like you being my little secret.
I need to wee.
Don't be nervous. It's just a check-up.
I can't help it.
You'll be fine. Let me know how it goes.
-Is Jez seeing Mickey Ellisson?
-I've no idea.
-Did you know about this?
-Of course not.
Don't worry about it, I'm sure it's nothing serious.
-What's the hold-up?
You're keeping people waiting.
-Yes, I am sorry.
-Can we get started?
-Rose! What's wrong, what's wrong?
-I can't breathe.
Can we get an ambulance, please?
-I can't breathe.
I don't know what's wrong with me!
Danny, I'm scared, can you look?
-Where? Where? Where? Where?
Oh, OK. I can see a head.
-Didn't you know you were pregnant?
-No, course not.
All right, I need to call an ambulance.
No! Don't leave me. I need to push.
What do I do?
I don't know, but you'd better do it quickly.
Yeah, OK, yeah. That's great. Thank you. Bye.
Max, I don't know why you can't be in charge of the foodstuffs for France.
I mean, no-one knows more about
the culinary delights of tinned goods than you.
I'll take that as a compliment.
Max, don't go anywhere.
How does one go about finding a mate these days?
It's for a friend. I am asking for a friend.
You know, I always thought I'd meet my dream girl at the supermarket.
We'd both reach for the last banana, our fingers touch and boom!
Over the fruit flies and the rotting veg?
That's not quite what I had in mind.
Tell him to try a club in town.
I don't mean to brag, but my moves always win over the ladies.
Then why are you still single?
I suppose your friend could try internet dating.
Scraping the bottom of the barrel. I suppose needs must.
Have you got a list of sites or something like that?
You've come to the right man. Grab a pen and paper.
All right, what have we got?
OK, this is Rose Fowler, 28.
At approximately 11:30am she collapsed at her wedding.
Experiencing headaches, vomiting and she has lost her sense of smell.
-GCS 15 now.
-Her obs are fine.
All right, thank you. Dr Hardy. Nice of you to turn up.
-Yes, I'm sorry I was late.
-Second time this week.
Look, I understand things have been difficult recently,
-so if you need to take more time...
-No, no, no, it won't happen again.
OK. See that it doesn't.
It's a girl. OK, what do I do next?
-You got to cut the cord or something.
OK, it's bleeding. Now what?
You've got to tie it. That's what they do on the telly.
-I don't know! Find something.
-I can't do it.
-You have to do it.
She is going really pale.
Maybe I should go around the corner to the hospital?
What do you think?
OK, well, you rest and I'll be back in a bit, all right?
Can we put this somewhere safe?
She'll need to get back into it when we're done.
Mr Strachan, could you put that in my office, please?
Oh, and this as well, please?
Beautiful bouquet. Blue forget-me-nots?
Yes, to match her eyes.
Charlie, FBCs, U&Es, LFT, CRP.
Let's have 10mg of Metoclopramide and start Rose on antibiotics.
OK, how long have you been feeling like this?
Well, I've had a headache since yesterday,
but I just put it down to wedding nerves.
Head forward. Sore neck?
Yeah, feels very stiff.
You know, if it is nuchal rigidity, photophobia and pyrexia,
-you really need to do an LP to rule out meningitis.
I know how to proceed. Can you put the dress in the office?
Yup, of course.
Could we hurry this along? Everyone at the hotel's waiting.
Excuse me, is that your bag?
It's not mine. Look, I was just walking past and heard crying.
I didn't know what to do.
-Has someone left this here?
OK, you are freezing.
I need to get this baby inside now.
Can you come with me, please, in case the police need to talk to you?
OK. All right.
Danny, I thought I told you to clean this lot up.
What are you doing in here?
Where's Danny? Are you drunk?
Get out, get out of there!
You can't stop us being together.
Appearance pale, pulse normal, grimace normal and good movement.
-Respiration is normal.
-That's an Apgar of nine, then.
Ethan knows about you and Mickey.
Are there any more tests you want completed?
No. Let's call the paediatrician and get them to come down.
They should be able to sort everything else out.
I saw you with Mickey earlier.
Are you guys, you know...?
Ethan, look, I'm sorry, I should have said something,
I didn't want you to find out like this.
Do not get involved with the Ellissons, they are poison.
But he's not like them.
What, and you're just one of the family now? Is that it?
No. They don't know about us.
Mickey - he's different.
If you got to know him then you'd see that.
Wait, wait, I need some information on Scott.
If I could talk to Mickey, then maybe...
I don't want to get involved.
No, please, it's two minutes.
-Control to 3006.
Female trapped under collapsed wardrobe on Bridgeway Estate. Over.
3006 to control, on my way.
Right, when I see Mickey, I'll give you a text,
-but I can't promise anything.
-Yeah, thank you.
Ah, Connie, the results are back.
The lumbar puncture has ruled out bacterial meningitis.
HE CLEARS THROAT
Don't you have a thrombosed haemorrhoid patient to deal with?
-Is that your mess?
-Clear up your sharps.
Does this mean we can go?
No, no, sorry, we still have to wait for the CT.
The ice sculptures will be puddles at this rate.
Hopefully it won't take too long.
Rose, is there anything that may have caused this?
Anything over the last week or so...?
Well, she's hardly going to catch anything
staying at her mum's, is she?
Can I borrow your phone, sweetheart? My one is dead.
I'm going to try and push the ceremony back a few hours.
Right, well, if you think of something,
please do let me know, in the meantime I have a meeting to get to,
so I'll leave you in the capable hands of Dr...
With him, please?
We wouldn't want to disappoint our patients on their wedding day.
OK, Toni, you're bleeding, but I can't see a wound.
It weren't my fault.
She shouldn't have been in there in the first place.
OK, I'm just going to feel on your abdomen.
Can you get a carry chair, please?
You should get that checked out and all.
Toni, call me when you get this, OK?
-Hi. How is she?
Yes, she's stable, but it's the mother that we're concerned about.
OK. We know that the birth wasn't medically supervised,
so she could be in danger.
So, if you have any idea where she is, you really need to tell us.
Right. I don't know.
OK. I'm going to chase up the social workers and the police.
OK. This is Toni Dunn, 18.
At approximately 1:00pm a large wardrobe fell on her.
No obvious injuries, but she's got abdominal pain...
and I have got a feeling she's given birth very recently,
but she hasn't said a word about it.
IV access, with 500ml of saline and Entonox given en route.
I'll take over from here.
Hi, Toni, I'm Dr Munroe and this is Sister Duffin.
-What are you doing here?
Erm... I just hurt my foot at the match last week,
so I just wanted to get it checked out.
But it's fine. What happened to you?
Yeah, well, it's all that Toni girl's fault, isn't it?
You've got a lot of explaining to do, son.
Mr Doyle, I really need to take a look at that wrist.
-Please follow me.
We've spent over £15,000, surely it's the least you could do?
No. I'm her husband. Well, almost. Who is this?
Feedback on what?
He's had to work, so I'm going to take you to therapy.
-We'll see you later, OK?
-We're going to be late.
-Is Toni OK? Did she say anything?
-Too busy hiding in your...
-So, how long's this been going on, then?
-I don't know.
Since the funeral.
Look, she's easy to talk to.
And what am I? Chopped liver?
Yeah, cos we talk all the time, Dad.
OK, Mr Doyle, this needs to be X-rayed.
Now, it could just be a nasty sprain,
but I would like to be sure, OK?
I'll be back in a sec.
I think this belongs to you.
I found it in the gym bag the baby was in,
so do you want to start telling me the truth?
Fine. Maybe the police will have better luck with you.
I've just had a call from Sunshine Seekers...
wondering if you had any comments on your recent getaway to Florida.
I can explain.
You told me you were at your mum's.
Sorry. You just said Florida? America?
Did anything unusual happen while you were there?
I know it sounds odd, but did you eat any seafood?
No, I'm allergic to shellfish.
We're getting married and you jet off behind my back. Who with?
I went with Jess! I just... I needed a break.
Yeah, I know exactly what Jess gets up to.
All right. Let's just calm down.
What did you do while you were there, anything out of the ordinary?
I wish! It was really quiet. We just lazed by the pool.
Craziest thing we tried was water-skiing. That's all.
OK. Well, look, we will need to do some more tests.
Great, just great, so I've got to go embarrass myself
by announcing the wedding's off. Happy now?
She's warming up. 35.9.
I didn't know what to do. I didn't mean to leave her.
I just panicked, I guess.
What were you going to do with her?
I mean, you must have talked about this with the mum.
We didn't even know we were having a baby until she came out.
-You expect me to believe that?
-It's the truth!
OK, so why don't you talk to your dad?
No way. Look, can I hold my baby?
Right. So she is yours? And you abandoned her?
-You know she could have died.
I'm going to update the police.
-Rose, do you have any recent cuts or grazes to your skin?
I wasn't cheating on him, if that's what you think.
You don't need to explain yourself.
Every time I thought about walking down that aisle,
with all those eyes on me, I just...
I just thought if I went away, if I had a break, then
I could come back and be relaxed, but...
..I shouldn't have lied to him.
Sometimes, surely it's OK to lie,
if you're doing it for the right reasons.
Well, if you don't have any exposed wounds
and you don't eat shellfish then it is not vibriosis.
I thought maybe you would have contracted an infection
-while you were at the beach.
-I never went to the beach.
-But you said you went water-skiing.
-Yeah, at a lake.
Charlie, do you think the path lab would have retained
any of the CSF from the lumbar puncture?
Charlie, get them to specifically look for Naeglaria infections.
I've only ever seen one case before, in the States,
it's extremely rare. And we need to find Chris.
We don't want to alarm him,
but 95% of cases of Naegleria fowleri are fatal.
Mr Doyle, I'm sorry, but your wrist is fractured.
-It's going to need a cast.
Excuse me. Danny, the police would like a word with you.
What do the police want with you, Danny?
To talk about his baby.
Sorry. The baby that was found outside. Excuse me.
Why did he say it was yours?
Because it is. Mine and Toni's.
Have you let the venue know?
I was on my way there when this fell out of my pocket.
She'd written her own vows.
"I vow to support and encourage you in everything you do.
"Even watching your footie matches on a rainy Monday night.
"To love you through the good times and the bad.
"To pick up your dirty socks, without complaining,
"and most of all, to spend the rest of my life making you happy."
Rose lied to me. Why didn't she just tell me the truth?
Maybe she was trying to make you happy.
Like she says, marriage is through good and bad times.
..she is seriously ill.
But she needs you, she needs you now more than ever.
You sure it's yours?
How could you be so stupid?
You've got a great future ahead of you.
Don't let that Toni hold you back.
Dad, she's the reason I'm going to London.
-We applied together, and we'll take the baby with us.
-Don't talk rot!
You can't even look after yourself.
Well, thanks for the support.
Tests say everything's back to normal, kidneys are as good as new.
That's great. Listen, Ethan wants to speak to you.
What, and you arranged this?
I need to know if Scott is planning anything.
Any rallies or attacks.
Have you heard anything, or could you check his laptop?
Are you serious?
How can you even ask me that? He's my brother.
Yeah, and he killed mine.
No. No, he said he had nothing to do with that.
-You're sure about that?
-Yeah, yeah, I am.
He wouldn't lie to me.
Now, are we done?
I do get it, you know.
I know what it's like to have an older brother, who you look up to.
When we were younger, I thought Cal could do no wrong,
but the older I got,
the more I realised he was far from perfect. Mickey!
You've seen what Scott does to people.
You know he will be in trouble again.
Listen to me, I'm not going to grass him up.
-I can't help you.
What would your family say
if they knew that you two were together?
They are never going to find out about us, all right?
What if I told them?
Come on, Ethan. You're not that person, all right?
I've had a look at the placenta, it's all intact,
which is good, so your bleeding should settle down soon.
How are you feeling?
A bit tired.
When you feel up to it, you can come and see the baby.
I think she looks like you.
You thought of a name for her yet?
Cos I was thinking maybe we could name her after my mum.
I don't want to keep it.
What are you talking about?
I'm not ready to be a mum.
You haven't even had enough time to think about it yet.
You didn't know, did you?
-Can't we just go back to how we were?
-Just you and me?
-And pretend she doesn't exist?
How can you say that?
Maybe if you come back later, give Toni some time to recover.
She has had quite a shock today.
Please don't hate me.
-Ah, just the man.
Yes, look, the lab have sent their findings to
the tropical disease unit, who will confirm it,
but it looks like she has contracted a Naegleria infection.
Now, I've started her on a dose of something called amphotericin B
and rifampicin, unfortunately that is the only kind of treatment
we have available to us.
But the good news is that I've found an experimental new drug
Hang on a minute, is that even licensed?
Not yet, but it is one of the only drugs with any kind of success rate
with this particular parasite.
Well, we can't go ordering that up without Connie Beauchamp's consent.
-I'll call her.
-No, no, no! It's fine, I'll call her.
Look, we need to get this drug into Rose immediately.
The sooner she takes it, the better her chances, OK?
Pharmacy, it's Mr Strachan.
Yes, I am. Look, I need an urgent prescription of Miltefosine.
Yes, I do have clearance.
Great. Thank you.
Yeah, but Mickey's really worried, you know what he's like.
Do you want me to speak to Ethan?
Nah, nah, nah. Mr Nice Guy hasn't got it in him.
I'm sure we're sweet.
Here, Cilla, how's the old match-making going?
These online dating sites,
they are nothing short of daylight robbery, are they?
Yeah, but you can't put a price on love, can you?
Well, I think you can.
I certainly don't think it's £520 for a year's subscription.
Also what can be worse than spending
the entire evening talking to a total stranger?
Who said anything about talking?
I still keep expecting to find him
hiding in here with one of his hangovers.
I heard you talking to Jez, so...
..you did know about him and Mickey.
Look, I wanted to tell you, OK, but I knew you'd get angry.
No, I'm "Mr Nice Guy".
-And you're wrong.
What are you doing?
I'm calling Scott.
Don't do this.
-I'm sorry, are you all right?
-Let me have a look.
-I said I'm fine.
Here. If it means that much to you.
You know, you're not the only person that misses Cal.
I'm so sorry.
I should never have forced you to have a wedding you didn't want.
No, I shouldn't have lied to you.
It doesn't matter.
I just need you to get well.
When is that drug getting here?
It's not available in the UK,
so it's a question of the pharmacy calling around every single
tropical disease unit on the rare chance they happen to have it.
How long could that take?
RAPID BEEPING What's happening to her?
She's developed a wheeze and she has got an allergic rash.
She is very tachycardic.
Yes, this looks like anaphylaxis.
Let's get her to HDC immediately,
IM adrenaline standing by, please, Charlie.
Nothing is going to happen.
And what if it does?
You know what Scott would do to me.
..he was out of the picture?
At least then you wouldn't have to live a lie.
There's no way of getting Scott out of the picture.
Unless you give Ethan what he wants.
Right, my mum loves a grass.
You can't be the one, I know that.
Danny, I wanted to apologise if I dropped you in it earlier,
-with your dad.
-He was bound to find out sooner or later.
Have you decided what you are going to do?
I've got no choice.
I mean, if Dad won't help and Toni doesn't want her, then
at least if she's adopted, she'll have a good life.
Sometimes you have to do what's right for the people you love,
and not just yourself.
Hey. Social services need to speak to you. You want to follow me?
Yeah, let's get that adrenaline in her, OK? 5mg of Salbutamol,
200mg of hydrocortisone, 10mg of chlorphenamine, please.
Adrenaline is going in.
She's having an allergic reaction to the treatment
we've been giving her.
We really need Miltefosine.
What if you can't find it?
Physio said you were doing really well, darling,
you've made great progress. I'm very proud of you.
Now, I know you don't need my help, and you certainly don't want it.
I know I've let you down, sweetheart,
and you have every right to be angry with me,
but I'm going to do whatever it takes to make it up to you.
Do you understand?
I don't care how often you shut me out,
I'm going to keep trying because I love you.
You can come with me to physio next week, if you like.
I'd like that very much.
-We've got it.
-You're cutting it fine.
OK, Rose, I really need you to swallow these tablets.
You should know that she's still seriously ill,
but we've given her the best chance. Now all we can do is wait.
OK. Thanks. You're free to go.
What will happen to her?
Well, she'll be admitted, and then really it's up to social services.
She'll likely go into temporary foster care
before she can be placed for adoption.
It's for the best, Danny. Come on, let's go.
Are you sure this is what you want?
Can I just say goodbye first?
He just wants to hold her for a second.
Bye-bye, little one.
I'm always going to love you...
..even though I won't be there.
Something's wrong with her.
OK, pop her down.
She's gone floppy.
OK, don't worry.
-Come on. Wait outside.
-That's my baby.
-Let them work.
Resps 30, but she is not responding to physical stimulation.
Could it be hypoglycaemia?
Could you check her BM when she came in, please?
-It's not been recorded.
-You never asked me to take it.
-You told me not to do any more tests.
-Right. That's my mistake.
-Right, let's take it now, then.
Heart rate 160, cap refill two seconds.
-Come on. Come and wait out here with me.
-Can I get 2ml per kilogram of 10% dextrose, please?
I can't get a line in.
Take your time.
No. I'm going to have to go intraosseous.
-Can I get the IO gun, please?
-What's he doing to her?
When a baby is so tiny, it's very hard to get the fluids in
and this is the only way.
OK. I'm in.
OK. That's gone in.
She's stopped vomiting,
her temperature has come down, which is a great start.
She's stable, but it'll take some time before we know
if the parasite has truly left her system,
so she'll need monitoring until we can be sure it's gone.
For how long?
She'll be on a course of Miltefosine for 28 days at least.
-I've ruined everything.
-Hey, don't say that.
I'm so sorry we couldn't get married today.
Maybe you still can.
Sam. A word. My office.
I'm really sorry about earlier.
I've been so wrapped up with the Scott thing,
I didn't think about how you must be feeling.
And I know you miss him as well.
Can we just forget it happened?
Why don't you let me buy you dinner?
We could get a family-sized pepperoni supreme,
a bottle of Merlot?
Are we talking garlic crust or...?
How dare you go behind my back and order a non-Nice approved drug
and tell Pharmacy you had consent from me.
I saved a woman's life, Connie.
-Potentially saved her life. She could still die.
If her groom decides to sue, he is well within his rights.
And I have yet to decide
whether I am going to take disciplinary action.
-Are you for real?
-Yes, I'm for real.
Sorry to interrupt. You're needed.
Did you know Sam ordered Miltefosine from
the pharmacy without my approval?
-..the woman was going to die...
..so to get the right drug, I told a lie. Big deal.
Charlie, it's OK sometimes to lie for the right reasons, huh?
Could this possibly wait? You're needed right now.
She's going to be fine.
Is it OK if I hold her now?
Yeah, but she's going upstairs shortly, so you don't have long.
I've called a cab.
I nearly lost Laura once, I'm not losing her again.
That's a name to live up to, all right.
You're right, sometimes you've got to let go...
..but this isn't one of those times.
She's my flesh and blood and I am not walking away from her.
-Look, I don't care what you say.
I'm going to convince those social workers to let me keep her.
You're out of your mind if you think you can raise a kid.
You've absolutely no idea how hard it is, especially on your own.
But if you helped Danny, he wouldn't be on his own.
I don't know the first thing about babies.
That was Laura, his mother's...
Yeah, I'm sure, but...
I've always found you can get through anything in life
if you have your loved ones behind you.
I'm doing this with or without your help.
I'm pleased to announce that you are now legally husband and wife.
You may kiss the bride.
I love you.
Thanks for making me the happiest man alive.
Oh, I love a good wedding, me.
What constitutes a bad one, Noel?
We'll need you both to sign the register shortly.
I don't think we've finished yet, do you?
What! Take your hands off me!
I gave your patient the best possible treatment
and the only thanks I get is you tearing strips out of me,
-I mean, how professional is that?
You're the one that took a job beneath your experience,
just to spite me.
To be near our daughter.
Oh, yeah, but of course you wouldn't know what it means
-to be a parent, would you?
-I don't need to listen to this.
-Yes, you do.
-Open the door.
-Open the door.
No. Not until you listen to me.
And you'll be in the maternity unit overnight.
Are you sure I can't call anyone for you?
Toni, do you want to go in?
She doesn't need me.
Danny will be a great dad.
She's in the best hands.
-Can we go?
If you want to take disciplinary action, fine,
but I'm not going to apologise for what I did. I did the right thing.
You just have a problem working under me, don't you?
-No, I don't have a problem being under you.
I just want a little respect.
Well, then earn it.
Connie, I'm a cardiothoracic surgeon,
not some little two-bit houseman.
But you have an ego the size of a hospital.
-You can talk.
-Oh, grow up.
What do you think you're doing?
What do you think I am doing?
-You are so arrogant.
Ethan, listen, I'll get you what you want on Scott.
Just so you know, I'm not doing this for you,
I'm doing this for Mickey.
The sooner his brother is locked up, the better.
Just make sure that he never finds out it was me.
David, there you go. The answer to your prayers.
Oh, come on, don't shake your head at me.
You've got to give this a go. How else are you going to meet
the grizzly old boiler you are intending to marry?
-Look at the date.
-What about the date?
-That's last week.
Ah, it's back to the drawing board, mate.
I've got an idea. Leave it with me.
I thought that day would never end.
You look as tired as I feel.
At least we can have an early night tonight.
Shall we go to your place or mine?
I suppose at yours we haven't got Max hogging the TV,
although my favourite pyjamas are at mine, so...
I don't know. You choose, but hurry up, please, cos I am starving.
I can't. I'm sorry. I have to go back on watch.
Scott can't get away with what he did.
This is ridiculous.
Can't you see what this is doing to you?
You're exhausted all the time, you're screwing up at work.
That baby in there could have had permanent damage
because of you and your stupid stalking plan.
Cal was my brother.
I'm not going to let him down.
-I love you.
And I can't stand by and watch someone I love just ruin themselves.
So, if you want to carry on with this revenge thing, then...
..you're on your own.