Mrs Tembe comes to a decision at the opera, and Sid visits his mentor. Emma and Rob attempt to uncover the truth when a man is robbed.
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# Take a sip of my secret potion I'll make you fall in love
# For a spell that can't be broken One drop should be enough
# Boy, you belong to me I got the recipe
# And it's called Black Magic... #
Excuse me... Excuse me!
What do you think you're doing?
Oh, I'm really sorry.
I'm studying fine art and I'm supposed to fill
-a sketch book every week.
-With pictures of your customers?
No, I... I hope you don't mind.
It's just you have a lovely face to draw.
Please don't tell my manager.
-Is waitressing paying your way?
If I can get enough shifts.
Tough time to be a student.
My mum went ballistic when she found out what course I wanted to do.
Said it was financial suicide.
-I'd better... Do you want anything else?
No, I'm fine, thank you.
I read the review from opening night. It was very good.
As touring companies go, they maintain an excellent standard.
I saw a production of Cosi with... What's her name?
You know. She was marvellous.
-Oh, dear. My memory.
-Are we in the stalls?
Circle, I think. Who has the tickets?
I gave them to you.
-Do you not remember?
I don't. Oh. What have I done with them, then?
Charles, you and your memory are being mercilessly teased.
-I have them, remember?
-I'm sorry, I could not resist.
-I'll pay you back for that!
And I warn you, I'm very patient.
Front row circle, best seats in the house, acoustically speaking.
-Well, I can't wait.
-How about we get a glass of something?
To ease us in.
-Banoffee pie and cream?
-I just clocked it.
-I knew I'd seen you before.
Don't you recognise me? I could never forger you.
Even with your clothes on!
-Whose is the gateau?
-You are one hell of a mover, girl.
Boys, our waitress works at that lap-dancing club near the station.
Any more drinks?
You should see her working this. She is worth every penny.
Can you stop that, please?
Oh, come on, love. It's meant to be a compliment.
You are wasted, being a waitress.
Why don't you get up on here and give our boys a little demo?
-Any more drinks?
-Just a quick bump and grind!
-LAUGHTER What the...?!
-I'm so sorry.
You better sort that out. Or I'll be having a word with your boss.
I'm more than happy to call the manager over myself and tell him
just how you were groping her.
Tell you what, why don't you clean yourself up?
No, it's fine, honestly.
Are you sure?
I've got a better idea.
Why don't you and your mates pay the bill and get out?
I'm having a word with the manager of this joint.
She ain't getting away with this. No way!
Interesting to see the director's approach.
It seems to me that the story
has elements that are somewhat misogynistic.
Interesting. Is that how you see it?
-Well, I will reserve judgment until I have watched.
-A wise approach.
It is a tough pitch for a contemporary audience to accept.
-But each version can be so different.
-Well, I like to keep an open mind.
-I couldn't agree more.
-Ladies and gentlemen,
tonight's performance of Cosi Fan Tutte is about to begin.
You're not even going to listen to my side?
You know what? Doesn't matter! I quit!
-Lovely to see you.
Brought you this. Hope it's drinkable.
Let's give it a go. Come through.
So, how have you been? How's work?
Um... Yeah, yeah. Good. Um...
Get any big tips?
No, worst day ever.
Why? What happened?
Remember that guy that got barred from the club?
Asian, pointy shoes, fancies himself?
Turned up with his mates. Got me fired.
What about the rent though?
-You got this month's though, yeah?
Bel, I'm not losing this flat. It took me ages to find and
-I really like it!
-It's so expensive.
You just need to earn more money.
-I know where this is going.
-I don't get your problem.
They're two dancers short tonight. You could earn the rent in
-a couple of hours.
-You know how I feel about it!
You had one bad experience, it's par for the course.
Forget it, do the job, and take the cash. It's really easy money.
Up to you.
But I don't think you've got much choice.
I'll give you a lift.
Heston was right about the seats. Ideal.
Yes. I'm very much looking forward to it.
Try these. Perfect for close ups.
The practice has such a wide range of patients.
Age, social background, ethnicity... I'm getting to see the broadest
spectrum of conditions, really hands on.
That's exactly what you wanted, wasn't it?
I really think it never would have occurred to
-me to go into medicine if it hadn't been for you.
-Nah, you'd have found your way.
Yeah, but seeing what you did for me - it's like one of those
moments people talk about, you know? Just a kid and then suddenly,
I realised I wanted to be a doctor, I wanted to save lives.
Thanks. And you've had such a massive influence on me.
Plus there's all the support you've given me since,
which I've needed...I don't know how many times.
You got this far because you're a really good doctor, remember?
I really do love the work.
The challenge of each new patient, really trying to understand
why they're here and how I can best help them.
Sounds like it's working out really well for you at the Mill.
Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's great.
-Come on, mate.
-See? Told you it'd work. Cheers, mate.
-Here, why don't you get the first round in?
I'll hold on here till that bouncer's gone.
-Save me a seat. Front row, yeah?
-You know it.
-Hey! It's you!
-You're not allowed back here.
Oh, nice welcome(!)
-How about an apology?
-Get out of my way!
I'll call the manager. You've already been barred.
Calm down, yeah?
Let's forget about all that stuff before because I need to tell
-He'll call the police.
You need to leave!
You are beautiful. Seriously. Absolutely gorgeous.
Why don't you come home with me?
I can pay. See?
Back off. I mean it.
-I swear, if you so much as touch me...
-Oh, come on.
Don't be like that.
Bel! Hurry up! You're on!
He tried to... Police, please.
-He assaulted me.
-Wait, Bel. Hang on.
I'm at Himeros on Allthorn Street.
I'm so pleased it's working out for you, Sid.
You had that slightly rocky start, didn't you?
Water under the bridge now.
You mean, all that time worrying about you was wasted?
So, um, what's your long-term ambition then? To become a partner?
I think that's a long way off.
Well, not necessarily.
You're a good doctor. I'm sure your senior colleagues recognise that.
So, um, anyway, how are things at your place? Busy?
Sid, why don't you tell me why you're really here?
think I might be about to lose my job.
-Coincidence, running into you again.
-It's going to need stitches, right?
No. And there's no sign of concussion either.
My head is throbbing.
-Well, that's probably an overactive imagination.
-What did you say?
I said, you might need some medication,
but you can always go to A&E, if you prefer.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
Ready to make your statement?
Yeah. That girl deserves what she's got coming to her.
-Stealing from me.
-You're happy he's fit?
You knock yourself out.
-Oh, you've already done that, haven't you?
I'm the one who was assaulted, remember?
Interview room one, please.
-Sure? Yes. Why wouldn't it be?
-Are you sure you want to carry on with this, Bel?
-He assaulted me.
He was off his face. Anyway, goes with the territory, doesn't it?
Look, I'm just saying if you tell them you want to drop it,
-we can just get out of here.
-What? And just let him get away with it?
But it's his word against yours, isn't it?
You can tell them. You saw him.
I came in after.
I can't lie, Bel, can I?
Look, you do realise, if you press charges,
we'll probably end up losing our jobs?
I don't care.
I'm never going back there.
-So, you're saying that she approached you?
I came out of the gents and she was just waiting.
Then what happened?
Well, she said I could have a dance there and then if I had the cash.
Sounds a bit strange, doesn't it, in the corridor?
Yeah, but I've had a lot to drink, haven't I?
-So I suppose she saw her chance.
-Yeah. Then she assaulted you?
She came in, right close, kneed me one. In the nuts.
And you know what that pain is right, like?
So, I blacked out, fell down.
And when I came round, my wallet was next to me on the floor,
but all the cash had gone.
-Yeah. What about the head injury?
-Maybe she whacked me or something.
Or maybe you hit it against the wall, as you fell down.
Like I say, I blacked out.
-So, er, can I go?
-Because I think you're lying.
HE SIGHS LOUDLY
Excuse me, do you know what's happening about my friend?
I'm not a police officer. I'm a doctor.
Who's your friend?
Bella West. It's just I've got to go back to work.
Oh, well, I think she's still being interviewed,
-but if you've already given your statement, then...
I didn't see anything. I was dancing the whole time.
Right, so...she was alone when she was attacked?
-That must have been very scary.
-He was pretty drunk.
Yeah, well, it's bad enough having to work there,
without being assaulted.
You don't feel you're being exploited, working there?
The punters know they can't touch us.
Clearly, they don't.
-And you don't know anything about the money?
Look, do you know when Bella's going to be done?
Can't be sure. But if I were you, I'd stick around.
I think she's going to need some support.
The last aria was marvellous. The leads are certainly on form tonight.
So, what did you think?
Well, the singing is beautiful, but I'm really not sure about the story.
I know what you mean.
The whole fiance swapping goes back to the 13th century, apparently.
-But I don't know how well it translates.
-Oh, my goodness.
-Didn't expect to see him here.
My four o'clock.
For goodness' sake, don't make any eye contact,
otherwise he'll be difficult to shift.
-Someone from work.
-Doesn't look like your conventional opera lover.
Definitely more heavy metal than Mozart.
-Maybe he's landed an evening job, lugging backstage.
I think he's moving away.
Well, he cannot be that bad.
He just stands too close, talks too much, stays too long.
You know the type.
The type that tests your professional tolerance.
Heston, you know me. I don't have any.
He's lying. You know he is.
-But you do admit to kneeing him...
-Only because he grabbed me.
-self-defence? Yeah. He was drunk, he hit his head on the wall.
You mentioned an incident that had happened earlier at the Icon bar.
Yeah, I waitress there.
He came in with his mates, he was hassling me, making comments.
I dropped a tray, he complained to my manager, I quit.
You know, he might suggest that you were out for revenge.
I didn't even know he was in the club. He's supposed to be barred.
-He tried it on with me there once before.
Funnily enough, he never mentioned that.
-They never should have let him in. Check with the club.
-I'll do that.
Did you touch his wallet?
As soon as he fell over, I called the police.
-Fi. I will.
And we will be checking all the CCTV cameras because it does seem
that he had a rather large amount of money with him that's not
-been accounted for.
-I never touched it!
No-one's been charged with anything yet,
so there's no need to worry too much.
'I do really love working at the Mill,'
it's just I'm not getting the same feeling back.
Are you sure this isn't more about a lack of confidence, Sid,
given your history?
No. I've picked up on enough hints and signs to feel it coming.
Last in, first out.
That's a real shame. So, what are you going to do?
Have a look around?
Well, um, you asked me why I came.
Well, basically, I was wondering if, um...
You want a job at Priestfield.
Are you leaving?
-Yeah, I've got to get back.
-What did you tell them?
Just what I saw.
You know he's accusing me now?
Assaulting him and nicking his cash!
I know. There's CCTV, isn't there? They'll know he's lying.
I told you, you're better off just dropping this, then he will too.
See you back at the flat.
-You can't seriously believe his story?
-No, of course not.
But I've just been told that the CCTV camera that we really
needed to work in the corridor was out. So,
-unless her friend saw anything...
-She told me she didn't see a thing.
So, his word against hers then.
It is such a wonderful and amazing spectacle.
-It is a shame that for some, it is far too...
No, I agree. But it just reinforces the idea that all opera is elitist.
Stop fretting, Charles. He's easy to spot.
Yes, but trust me, much harder to shake off.
Are you still talking about your colleague?
That's stretching the term.
I've got nothing against him,
but we just don't want a good evening ruined, do we?
-He can't be that bad.
-No, you're right. He's far worse.
OK, well, what's so terrible about him?
Imagine a teenage hard rock fan with a loud mouth,
no dress sense or manners, transposed into a grown man's body.
Basically, he's just not OOU.
-I am sorry, what is OOU?
-One Of Us.
-What were we saying about being elitist?
He's heading straight for us.
-Eyes to the left, don't look.
Brace yourself, incoming.
There you go.
Had better days.
Yes, I'm sure.
Losing two jobs is pretty tough.
I hated the club anyway.
-Felt horrible the whole time, but...
Fi reckons it's empowering.
This is such a mess.
I've got no money, no job, and my rent is way overdue.
Do you want to call your mum?
We kind of fell out.
Well, maybe that's even more reason to call her.
Well, of course, you know Sister Hanif and Mr Gupta.
-And this is Dr Carter.
-What a surprise to see you here.
-I know. I surprised myself.
-It's good to try something new though, isn't it?
-No, it really is.
-And you are enjoying it so far?
-It was a cracking first half.
That lead soprano has got a great pair of lungs on her, ain't she?
Beats Meatloaf hands down!
-So, where are you sitting?
-I'm super close.
Can almost see the beads of sweat on their faces.
-Yeah. And the ticket was cheap as chips.
Not restricted view or anything.
No, they have this last minute special deal, but only online.
Well, I will have to look into it. I would really like to come again.
There can't be many people that know about it cos there's empty
seats either side of me.
Join me, if you like. Try the seats out.
Sorry. What am I talking about? No, you're here with your friends.
-Um, no. No, I would really like to join you.
-Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats,
as the second half of...
-We'd better, er...
-Excuse me. I'm going to sit with my friend.
Can you explain why you neglected to mention the incident that had
happened at the Icon bar earlier?
It's got nothing to do with this. I've been robbed.
We've got witnesses that saw you physically harass her,
make suggestive and offensive comments.
-Was that just a coincidence?
-Yeah. So what?
And the fact that you'd already been banned from the Himeros club
for, surprise, surprise, physically harassing the very same woman.
-That's just a coincidence as well, is it?
-You're twisting this.
Why don't you take a moment to stop and think?
There are CCTV cameras all over that club.
We will find out exactly what happened.
Do you want to go back over your statement?
-My head really hurts.
-Yeah, mine too.
Are you sure that she approached you in that corridor?
I'd had a lot to drink.
Can you be sure that she gave you a whack over the head?
Maybe I slipped.
-I could have banged my head.
-And are you sure that she took your money?
Do you want to carry on with this statement?
He withdrew the statement.
Yes, I heard.
I didn't take that money, honestly.
Did your mum ring back?
So, what are you going to do?
Find a new job, somewhere else to live.
I can always crash on a mate's floor for a couple of nights.
And what about rent?
-I don't know.
-Well, maybe you should talk to Fi.
I'm sure she'll have a solution.
-Anyway, good luck, Bella.
This is for you.
You're very good.
You know me and the way it works,
you'd know exactly what you were getting.
And I'm always at my best when I'm in a secure environment.
I just think it'd be a bit of a win-win,
plus I could learn so much more from working with you.
That is, if you're recruiting at the moment.
-Well, as it happens, we do have a vacancy, but...
But we've already re-advertised for the third time.
The other partners are very fixed on what they want,
-so it's by no means straightforward.
-Of course, but...
-Let me finish.
What I'm trying to say is that you need to be 100% certain this
is what you're after.
Don't get ahead of yourself. There are no guarantees.
I'm totally sure, I promise. I think it would just...be perfect.
I think we'd be lucky to have you. I think you'd fit in really well.
So, I'll talk to the team. Second round of interviews is on Friday.
Thank you so much.
-Hey, I was getting worried. What happened?
-It's all sorted.
Oh, my God! Great!
Do you want a drink?
-No, thanks. I just came to get my stuff.
You heard me.
What about the rent though?
You already have it. Don't you?
Do you need a hand...?
OK. Well, I'll be in my room, if you need anything.
# Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart. #
The set was a really clever design too.
-The way it moved between locations.
-The whole thing was most effective.
Well, I, er... Well, I'd better go and find my friends.
Yeah, of course. Yeah.
-I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did.
-I thought it was wonderful.
-Completely matched my expectations. Exceeded them, even.
So, how were the cheap seats?
Oh, they were not cheap. They were very comfortable.
Very comfortable indeed!
# Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart. #
-I'm so glad you enjoyed it. It really was marvellously staged.
The whole evening has been a revelation.
Right. Well, erm, I'd better... Bye.
I... I wondered if you would like to meet for lunch.
You mean on a date?
Er... Well, yes.
How about tomorrow?
-Yes. Yes, tomorrow would be good.
Right, well, I'll call you, shall I?
Well... Shall we go?
-Well, you want this house. That's why you're poisoning us.
-What's going on?
-The truth hurts!
Sorry, Charles. I think she's made her choice.
-I am so sorry. This is a mistake.
-It's par for the course.
Mrs Tembe comes to a decision at the opera, and Sid visits his mentor. Emma and Rob attempt to uncover the truth when a man is robbed at a lap-dancing club.