Daniel is put in a difficult position when a face from his prison days turns up at The Mill. Meanwhile, Zara decides to start turning her house from hell into a home.
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Here. Let me.
You can't keep me here. It's inhumane.
It's not right that the doctor looks more ill than the patients.
-You're not going anywhere.
-Daytime telly for you.
-No, thanks, can't stay long.
I just want a quick word with Richard.
All right. I'll leave you to it, then.
-It is coming.
-I think my boss is getting suspicious.
I said, it's coming.
I'll lose my job if he finds out I've been helping you.
..I'll write you a cheque.
That's just for this month.
I will catch up.
I've got some new things on the horizon.
What happened to the old things?
-Is this one going to bounce?
-Just take the cheque.
'These dairy products...
-'The course of a year...
'Come on, this is it.
'Without the general, nobody'd ever have known about Frank.
'I'd advise you to take it easy where Marlow's concerned...'
'..You'd advise me.'
Just need to use the loo before I go.
-Will it clear?
-This place will be repossessed if it doesn't.
There's only so much I can do.
He said he had some new things coming up.
He didn't say anything about it to me.
No change there.
-You could at least try and look interested.
-You don't need me here.
Well, if you think I'm going to sit here alone and let some salesman...
KNOCK ON THE DOOR
..baffle me with computer-speak...
Zara put you up to this?
-Come in. Julia Parsons, practice manager.
-Nice to meet you.
-And this is Daniel Granger. One of our partners.
-Pleasure to meet you.
-Pleasure to meet you.
-Have a seat.
Please come and take a seat.
There are drinks, so help yourselves.
Nobody likes call centres. You're sitting on the phone for hours.
Then they give you these instructions that never seem to solve the problem.
With Phoenix Tech Consultancy, we will deliver this promise.
If we can't sort out your computer problem on the phone
within ten minutes, we will send round an engineer who will not leave
the building until your system is completely up and running again.
-You got any questions, Daniel?
-Yeah. How long have you been doing this?
Well, it's a new company.
I'm fully qualified.
I've got certificates.
I'd like to see those, if that's OK?
-You can never be too sure.
-I'm sorry for your loss.
-She was always talking about you both.
-The famous siblings.
-She said you came round all the time.
-Couldn't stand to see her all alone.
Not after everything she did for us.
-I really wish I could have been here more often.
-Florida's a long way.
-We'd speak on the phone when we got a chance.
-She said you were very busy.
We helped her redecorate the bathroom.
I did offer to help her buy somewhere a bit...
She didn't want to move, though. Said this was her home.
She must be the only person in the world
who'd want to stay on this estate.
They've done it up a bit. The shops, they're new.
It's not so bad.
Says the woman who lives on the other side of the world.
-Who's the lucky man?
What's he like?
Lucky you. I didn't even know you'd met someone.
I'm surprised Eve didn't mention it.
Good morning, Mill Health Centre.
No, I'm sorry, he's in a meeting.
It was a long time ago for both of us.
-I'm a different man these days.
-Yeah. So I see.
-I'm just trying to make an honest living, that's all.
Daniel, there's a consultant on the line from St Phil's,
are you at your meeting?
-Yes, yes, put it through.
-Someone gave you a second chance.
-I'm just asking for the same.
Thanks for coming in, Matt.
We'll look at your new untested business and get back to you.
Can't just...! Ah!
Thank you for coming.
..I don't know how to say this.
I really appreciate everything you did for my mum.
It can't have been easy, this past year.
I wanted to give you something,
as a thank you.
-What do you mean?
You've been so good with your time.
Eve looked out for us when no-one else wanted to know.
-She took more of an interest than our parents ever did.
I didn't mean to offend you.
We might not have high-flying careers like you,
but we don't need your pity.
-'I've only been here one morning'
and I already want to burn the place to the ground.
How am I going to survive maternity leave?
-You'll be fine.
-'I don't want to be fine, Daniel. I want to be happy.'
I want our baby to be happy.
'They're going to love the house.'
This is my baby, Daniel, it will have taste.
'Look, I'm not joking.'
This isn't the sort of house that a proper family lives in.
Well, where is, then? Where does a, where does a proper family live?
I don't understand what that means. Where's home, Zara?
I don't know.
OK. If you can't stand the house, I told you we'd move.
'But, please, don't make us run away'
when you don't know where you're going.
'All right? I'm trying to give us a home, Zara.'
I'm really trying.
I've got to go, I'll talk to you later.
-I hate going back there.
-It's over now.
I spilt coffee on the rug this morning.
Came out, well, most of it, but he's still taken it away. Freak.
You don't have to stay with him.
If I walk away now, we won't get anything.
What use is half a house if it's about to be repossessed?
-It's too soon.
-You could be with him for years
and come away with nothing. He's broke.
He paid the deposit without blinking.
Proved to the bank he was raking it in.
Well, he's not now.
-We should cut our losses, find someone else and start over.
Just think about it.
You've been here a long time.
I was thinking, what would I do if the roles were reversed
and you were asking me to trust you?
What did you decide?
I'd let bygones be bygones and put the past behind us.
I'd run a mile.
Once a con, always a con, eh?
Well, maybe not for you.
Julia was impressed by your pitch. She wants to offer you the contract.
Did you tell her I've got form?
Thought you'd torment me first, did you?
What were you in for? You never said.
Same as you.
I'm not going to lie to you. When I got out,
I fell back in with the old crowd, but I put it behind me.
Six months, I've been straight.
I met a girl.
Isn't it always a girl?
Since she agreed to marry me,
I've been a different man.
She's made me want to be a different man.
And now, all I want is that boring,
conventional life that most people complain about.
There's nothing boring about that.
I had it in my reach, but the money's running out.
I bought us a house. Near here.
Off Adelaide Avenue.
I can't keep up the payments.
I gave up my old income to start my business.
Six months and not a single client.
-Must be tempting to earn a bit of quick cash on the side.
-I'm not going to do that.
Would you want to go back to your old life
and risk everything you've built up?
Maybe I don't deserve better, but I've got to keep trying.
For Kerry's sake, I've got to keep trying.
I won't say anything to Julia.
Oh, finally, a human being.
So, now, tell me, do you do same-day delivery?
Right, they're probably going to take a couple of days
to process the contract.
I'll get an advance. I'll bring it straight here.
Obviously, I'm going to have to keep some to live on myself
and, er, pay off my other debts.
Your sister has very expensive tastes.
-You've opened a new business?
-And that's my first contract.
-I thought you already had a company.
-I wound it up.
How much is this contract for? I paid your cheque in.
-Will it cover that?
-I'm going to have new clients by then.
It's a mortgage,
Richard, not a few quid you borrowed off a bloke down the pub.
I've done the hard part and it's going to snowball from here.
I can't keep stretching deadlines for you.
Where did all your money go? I deserve an explanation.
Can you just let this go?
I want to move on.
You can't live off a small contract from a health centre.
This is just a start.
I'll rearrange the mortgage so I'm just paying off the interest. Yeah?
-Can you help me organise this?
-If you do that, you'll never own the house.
I'll pay it off when things pick up, Andy.
Giving your sister the home she deserves
is all that is important right now.
Well, I'm happy to tell him yes. Unless you've got any reservations?
No. No. We could do with some decent tech support.
Great. Well, thanks for your input.
Any time. Right, I've got to get on with my house calls.
Listen. Are you sure that you're happy with it?
Because you seemed a bit frosty when he was doing his pitch.
I was just being cautious. He seems like a decent guy these days.
You know him?
-Don't do that.
Come with me, to the other room. I want to show you something.
You'll like this. Come on.
-It was a long time ago.
-Well, when did he get out?
We just can't let a stranger with a criminal record
work on our computers.
I trust him.
Oh, and what if he tries to access the medical records?
I mean, they are confidential for a reason, you know.
What was he in prison for, anyway?
-Oh, just great.
Why didn't you tell me this when he walked through the door?
Look, I spoke to the guy. He's hard working.
He's committed to his family.
He's made mistakes in the past, of course,
but he wants to put that behind him.
I want to give him a chance.
Well, I'm not willing to do that.
I wouldn't have half the things in my life I've got now
if you'd held my past against me.
Hang on, can you honestly tell me, hand on heart,
that there is no chance that this man will abuse his position
if we give him the contract? Can you tell me that?
-Well, the old one was completely ruined.
-It was just a little stain.
I want this to be your perfect home.
-To have things just the way you want them.
-How much did it cost?
It doesn't matter how much it cost. We're on the up now.
You can have everything you wanted.
You'd better get that.
It might be important.
Ms Parsons. Good to hear from you.
OK. You can put it over there. I'll take it from here.
Do you want to earn a few quid on the side?
No, you can't do this.
Is Dr Granger there, please?
I want to talk to him, now...
It's all right, it's business. I'll take care of it.
I love you.
I love you too.
-Something's wrong. He's just smashed his phone up.
-He got a call. Something about a deal.
It fell through.
-He's set up a new business.
-What? He didn't tell me.
Why's he doing all this in secret? We, we must be missing something.
All right, I'll call you later.
Closed for lunch. Come back at four.
Is this an emergency?
Hang on a minute.
-Excuse me! Oi!
-I'm calling the police.
-I just want to talk about this.
I explained everything on the phone.
I'm sorry if it's not what you want to hear,
-but that was our decision.
He's not here this afternoon.
And if you don't calm down then we will have to call the police.
-Has he told you about my past?
-That is not the issue.
He's a partner. He had no choice. He has to put the practice first.
Look, I just want to fix your computers!
I just want to do an honest job! What is so unreasonable about that?!
Right, I think time for you to go now!
What's going on?
I thought about what you said.
About what a home should look like.
And I thought...
it would have a nursery.
-You are supposed to be resting.
-Give me a break.
Did you move the bed all by yourself?
Can I give you a hand?
You can start...
by putting this stupid thing together.
I swear it was designed by whoever created the Rubik's Cube.
Mr Rubik, probably.
-Thanks so much for helping me with these, Karen.
Oh, you know, if I go now, I can catch the last post at the sorting office.
-Well, you go, I'll lock up.
THE MOBILE PLAYS A LULLABY
How sick are we going to get of this song?
I'm going to make you a coffee.
You look like you're going to be there for quite a long time.
Nearly finished, thank you.
I couldn't find anything new. It's all stuff we've seen before.
We must be missing something. It's like he's cracking up.
What are you doing?
He keeps the key on him. Why?
-It's just his cheque book.
-Yeah, but why lock it away?
A burglar could just steal the whole thing.
What else does he keep in here?
-Get me a knife. We'll pick the lock.
-You know how to do that?
I'll smash the thing open if I have to.
-He'll know something's up.
-I don't care.
I can talk him round. He's hiding something.
I'm not staying here until I know what's wrong.
-Let me try.
RATTLING INSIDE THE BOX
This one's the same.
I don't understand.
Who's Matthew Hargreaves?
Who am I married to?
-Is Daniel home?
-Who are you?
Is Daniel home?
Who are you?
Is he here?
-Well, his car is.
-He's gone for a walk.
-Do you think I'm stupid?
-Where is he?
-There's a man in my house. He forced his way in.
-I said, hang up.
-Four Darragh Drive.
-I only want to talk to him. That's all.
-Come quickly, please.
He's threatening me.
I think he may be unst...
LULLABY CONTINUES TO PLAY
You need to get out of here.
I've spent eight months of my life on this,
I'm not walking away with nothing.
Zara's got a bleed behind the placenta. It could get bigger.
-I thought you were looking for my husband.
Why are you following me?
Get this man out of here.
I don't want him near me.
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