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# Say hello
# And wave goodbye. #
Can't believe the post is late!
-Must be an omen.
Just sit down and eat your breakfast.
-Doesn't matter anyway.
-Don't be daft.
-You'll have done enough to get the grades you need.
-Exactly. They're all subjects you're good at anyway.
-Even on an off day you know enough to scrape through.
-Well, there you go.
It's in the bag!
Hello, you. Where've you been?
Er, just for a walk.
At this time?
I woke up with a headache. Feeling much better now.
In that case, you can join me in the shower.
No can do. I'm supposed to be seeing the vicar in just under an hour.
-I thought you'd already done that.
-No, not yet.
I can't believe it's really happening.
I'm such a hot catch!
Yeah, right. You're such a big kid, you mean.
MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell
# Take your hands off me. #
It's just means that I'm running a bit late, Julia.
Oh, thanks, Julia. Bye.
Just open it!
-C in Art and two Ds in Media and English.
-That's not too bad.
It couldn't be worse.
-She needed two As and a B.
-None of my unis will take me now. What am I going to do?
-Exams aren't everything.
-She doesn't have to write off uni.
-That's not what I'm saying.
-She just needs to rethink her options.
-There's always clearing.
-Just shut up!
My life is ruined!
You'll find all the addresses and phone numbers in there.
You all right?
Mmm. It's just Sophie. I don't like lying to her.
-I thought you were going to talk to her?
Are you worried that she won't understand?
I hate any type of confrontation. Always have.
Even so, you can't keep a secret forever.
Hello, is anyone there?
Oh, in about an hour.
Yeah. Love you too.
-Come on in, darling.
I won't be a minute.
Close the door.
Don't do that.
You're the boss.
Whatever turns you on.
What's the matter?
MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell
# Take your hands off me
# I don't belong... #
Look at you, all shaking.
There's nothing to be scared of.
KNOCK ON DOOR
Please leave me alone.
Im, it's not as bad as you think.
-I mean, look at me - I went through clearing and ended up on a good course.
-Will you stop acting like a drama queen for a minute?
You mean like you did when you screwed up your A levels?
I'm trying to help. I didn't come in here for an argument.
Well, go away then!
Fine. Stay working as a part-time receptionist all your life and end up like Mum.
Right, Mrs Howard. I'll see you next week.
Thanks for seeing me at short notice. It's really painful.
Yeah, it's a nasty cut.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
Sorry to bother you but there are two police officers in the reception
asking to see the man fitting Mr Kolne's description.
They must have seen me come in.
-What am I going to do?
-Shall I show them in?
No, we'll come through in a minute. Thank you.
Sophie's going to find out.
-Thank you, sir.
Poor Mr Kolne. I did do the right thing, didn't I?
-Thanks for that.
Maybe now's the right time to tell Sophie the truth.
I've told so many lies I wouldn't know where to start.
-Just be honest.
Mr Kolne, can I drop you somewhere?
-I hate you! Hate you!
-Blue-Bird's Massage Parlour?
-I can explain.
I don't want to hear it! I checked your history.
It's nothing but prostitutes and massage parlours!
-I was going to tell you. I just didn't want to hurt you.
-You disgust me!
-The wedding's off.
-Sophie, let me in! Let's talk about this.
Dr Granger, could you have a word with her?
-I don't think it's my place...
-She'll listen to you. Please.
< How many more times?
Go away! Oh, Dr Granger!
I... I thought you were Toby. Are you all right?
-I'm fine. Really.
-I'm so sorry.
I just wanted to talk to you about Toby.
He's not seeing prostitutes. Well, actually, he is. One.
How was the audition? Did you get the part?
Er, thanks to my linguistic skills I've been promoted to a better part.
-Ko-Ko, the chief executioner of Titipu.
I wasn't sure at first due to the director's bizarre methods
but, mercifully, he's been sacked.
It's a much more traditional production now.
Well, I think that's really great.
-We're going to have to go and hear him sing, aren't we?
Never mind that. How did your hot date go?
Oh, don't ask.
A complete and utter disaster.
At least you found out he wasn't right before you got too involved.
So, you haven't seen her for 20 years?
No. Not until today.
You told me your parents had died.
I'd almost started to believe it myself.
From the age of six, I was brought up in a care home after I was taken off my mum.
-It's not uncommon for children in care to invent a past for themselves.
-That's no excuse.
-You're my fiance. We're supposed to be honest with each other.
-I'm sorry. I really am.
So why track her down after all this time?
I've wanted to do it for years but I was just...
-too scared, I guess.
Just seemed like the right moment, what with us getting married.
You should've talked to me. I mean...
how could I trust you after this?
He's was very worried that you wouldn't understand.
..I'm not sure I ever will.
You'll scare the patients away with that face.
Of course, it's results day! How did you do?
I don't want to talk about it.
Thought you were the clever one. I got that wrong.
Mill Health Centre.
No, sorry we're closed for lunch, actually.
Yes, Nurse Malone is in today.
What's it for?
OK, I suppose. Hang on.
-OK, her address is...
-What are you doing?!
A patient needs Cherry's address to send a thank you card.
Don't give out personal information, you idiot!
Are you stupid or something!
Yeah, sorry and no, you'll just have to send it to the Mill. OK.
Well, at least it's all out in the open now.
-Hopefully, she'll come round.
-Good luck with your mum.
-If you need any more information, you know where I am.
It's not going to be easy but I've got to at least try.
Yeah. I'm glad it went well with her.
She didn't recognise me at first.
But then she hugged me
and it all came back.
In fact, she was so happy to see me that she broke down
-and promised to get help.
I am doing the right thing, aren't I?
-I mean, you don't think I'm deluding myself?
-It's your decision.
But, in my opinion, everyone deserves a second chance.
I'll just be a minute. Dr Granger?
-As a doctor, you're supposed to keep your personal feelings to yourself.
If she's hurt him before, there's no reason why she won't do it again.
-You'll never guess what Imogen nearly did.
She only nearly gave out your address to a patient.
-Don't worry, I stopped her just in time.
-Good job one of us was doing our job properly.
Who was the patient?
Just some guy who wanted to write you a thank you card or something.
-And then I got a smelly mop in my face.
-I WISH I'd been there.
I was only trying to help.
Look, if Mr Kolne's anything like his mother, I'd steer well clear.
-How'd you mean?
-Whenever she's at the surgery she's always kicking off. Swearing and screaming abuse.
She's a nasty piece of work.
Her son seems convinced she's ready to turn over a new leaf.
-I'll believe that when I see it.
-That's a bit harsh.
-You can't just write someone off.
-I have got a house call.
Don't worry, your mummy does have an ounce of compassion in her, somewhere.
See you later, Dr Evil.
All I'm saying is some people are incapable of changing for the better.
Well, if Joe had had that attitude with me,
I'd probably be in the gutter now.
-My point, exactly - just where you belong.
See you later.
You know I'm right.
You've always said I've never grown up.
At least now you know why.
How'd you mean?
Never had a proper childhood.
Not in that place.
No more secrets.
You're such a big kid.
I'm really sorry, but...
-..I didn't know where else to go.
-And you did say that I could visit whenever I liked.
I've left the parlour.
After you came to see me, I...
I decided enough was enough.
Hey. It's all right.
But I've nowhere else to go.
Don't worry about that. We'll sort something out.
Just that I'm useless.
At everything. Even this poxy job.
Fortunately, you're destined for greater things.
Not any more.
-Got my exam results today.
I totally screwed up.
History is littered with intelligent people who failed their exams -
Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison...
All I've got to look forward to is some crappy course through clearing.
You mustn't lower your expectations.
I've got no choice.
12 months is but the passing of four short seasons.
There's always next year.
It's going to be fine.
-They just threw me out without any money.
-I thought you said you left?
but they threw me out after I asked for what they owed me.
Well, anyway, you can stay with us for the time being.
-There's plenty of space.
That's hardly the point. Look, I know you want to get to know her
but...that's going too far. It's too soon.
-I should never have come.
-You sit down. You're going nowhere.
-But you hardly know her.
-She's my mum!
-She's a prostitute with a drug habit!
Will you stop talking about her as if she's not in the room?
I'm sorry. But there's no other way of putting it.
Mum, why don't you sit in the other room and I'll bring you a cuppa?
I didn't mean to cause any trouble.
-So tell me, if she worked in a bank or a law firm like yours, could she stay then?
-Oh, don't be ridiculous.
And don't you be so damn bigoted!
-I know exactly what this is about.
You just don't want your friends and family knowing about my real background.
Oh, here we go, the "I'm Not Good Enough" speech again.
-True though, isn't it?
-I was actually thinking of you.
-But I want her to stay!
-Have you forgotten what happened?
You were taken into care cos of that woman!
And she never came back for you.
I mean, what sort of mother could do that?
You shut up! She's ill.
She still is.
-I can't just turn my back on her.
by all means carry on seeing her
but I'm not prepared to stay in the same house as her.
Not after how she's treated you.
Well, that's your choice.
You'd choose her over me?
I didn't say that...
..but I lost her when I was six...
and I'm not going to lose her again.
Well...at least I know.
Well, if she comes in. Of course, I'll contact you immediately.
-They're trying to find one of our patients - Mary Kolne.
-Why, what's happened?
Come on, pick up.
TEXT MESSAGE ALERT BEEPS
Mr Kolne, it's Dr Granger.
'I urgently need to speak to you about your mother.
'Please call me. Thanks.'
I'm going to pass by on the way.
-I wouldn't get involved.
-It won't take long.
..I didn't mean for any of this to happen.
It's not your fault.
The way Sophie feels about me, it's...
If she can't accept what's important to me then...
I'm really glad you're here.
I don't suppose you remember much.
Hardly anything at all.
I've got something to show you. Won't be a minute.
Listen, me and your dad have been talking.
we know you didn't get the grades you needed
but under the circumstances we think you did brilliantly.
Absolutely. We should've made that clear.
And I just wanted to say I'm sorry for earlier. I acted like a complete idiot.
-No, you didn't.
-Anyway, I've printed out a list of courses from the clearing site.
Oh, you didn't have to.
-Anyway, I've decided I'm going to carry on working at the Mill.
-Well, that way I can pay my way.
And I'm going to resit my exams next year.
Look. I don't want just any uni. I want the best.
Well, I think that's fantastic news!
And I'll second that.
-We should celebrate. What about that Italian you mentioned?
-Well, go on, book it.
I'm so proud of you.
Good call, sis.
Can't say I do.
What you doing?
-I need some cash to tie me over.
I told you I didn't have any.
-You gave me this.
Look, I will help you...all I can...
..but I will not pay for your habit.
I need it.
I need it!
I thought I could leave him but...I just can't do it.
-What are you doing back?
-I need to talk to Toby about his mum.
She attacked the owner of the parlour. He's in a bad way.
MUSIC: "Say Hello Wave Goodbye" by Soft Cell
# Take your hands off me
# I don't belong to you, you see
# Take a look at my face
# For the last time
# I never knew you
# You never knew me
# Say hello goodbye
# Say hello, wave goodbye... #
Hi, Zara. He's dead. His mum.
You were right.
How's it going?
Really? Oh, you didn't.
No, it's fine.
It's all fine.
-Oh, my God!
-You are good at disapproval.
-I don't disapprove.
-Of course you do.
Who are you anyway?
What have you done to Eddie Radley?
Have you seen the dust on these shelves.
She's the prime suspect. You can't investigate your own wife.
You think my wife murdered this man?
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Daniel helps a man who has been deceiving his fiancee confront his traumatic past, but is he doing the right thing? Immie gets her exam results, and a face from the past returns to Letherbridge.