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Right, I'm here. Do you know what time it is?
-What's so important?
Braydon. He knows what I've said, he knows what you want me to do.
You've got a very good deal here, LaToya.
He knows where I am!
You're being paranoid.
-He can't get you in here.
He doesn't have to.
Yesterday, after you went, this woman, one of the prisoners...
Right. I'll have a word with the governor.
But this is the safest place for you.
Put me somewhere else!
Why would he come for you in here? The risk is huge!
You're not even the main witness.
And if you did drop out, which you shouldn't, we've got someone else.
Someone who saw what happened.
And when Braydon takes me out, what do you think
your precious witness is going to do when they hear about that?
When they hear what Braydon's done to me?
Dave, I'm...I'm sorry to interrupt, mate,
but I've got to be honest with you.
I've never actually been in an accident.
I just wanted some company on my drive into work.
But thanks for the chat and, um...good luck with the eczema. Bye!
Morning, Al. Bit early for you, isn't it?
What's that supposed to mean?
Well, you're rarely on time, let alone early.
Well, I am today.
Out of professional dedication and the goodness of my heart.
Mm. I'd just wait until the new rules kick in.
That's my point exactly.
See, we're going to be on shift patterns.
24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You and me, maybe.
Can't see the partners working through the night, can you?
Oh, no. They'll be here.
They'll have no choice when we go on strike.
They'll be begging us to go back to normal.
Come on, let's go to war.
Eurgh! I feel sick.
It's probably butterflies. He'll be here in a bit.
What happens if he doesn't come?
He's a 16-year-old boy.
If he's out of bed and around here before dinner,
I will be very impressed.
He said he'd be here before college.
Give him a chance.
If he's half the lad you say he is, he'll be here.
And I want to meet him.
That's what I want.
So, we'll wait a few minutes, eh, before we send out the search party?
You've got to remember, you know,
he's probably finding this scary, too.
Yeah, I know.
You're both so young.
And very, very brave.
Are you really cooking tonight?
That's what we arranged.
If you're not ready, you can always go home.
Have a good day.
You still with us, then?
Not a word all morning.
-I thought you wanted company. If you don't want me here...
Right, chuck us it back, then. I haven't read that page.
Wake up, you dozy cow! Ha-ha!
I'm offering a shoulder to cry on here.
It's what's called an overture.
Tell Auntie Jackie your problems.
I want to help.
Because I can't stand the silence.
Because your problems have got to be more interesting than that rubbish. Huh!
First time inside?
I'm an expert.
Ask me anything. Anything you like.
What if...someone wanted to get you?
-What if someone wants to shut you up?
It's a remand centre, it's hardly Holloway.
Mind your manners and no-one's going to bother you.
You're missing the point. There's been no consultation.
Yeah, no-one's talked to me about it.
We had a meeting. Everybody had a chance to speak.
-Oh, so dismissive.
-Whose side are you on?
This isn't doctors versus nurses, it's you lot versus the rest of us.
Yeah, it's partners versus the proletariat,
and we're going to stand side by side.
We're going to man the barricades.
How about that? We're going to woman the barricades!
Don't you think this is all just getting a little bit silly?
-He started it.
-No, I didn't.
Look, this may sound trite, but we are all in this together.
Look, as partners, it's true, we don't have any formal working hours,
but we'll be putting in the same shifts as everyone else.
Yeah, until you change your mind.
And why would we do that?
Daniel! Look, this is a mere technicality.
There's no reason for this confrontation.
Speaking of technicalities,
my contractual obligations don't begin for another 20 minutes,
so, would you like a cup of tea?
-Who's going to man the barricade?
-Well, that's a good point.
Um...as we're all in it together, would you mind, comrades?
Does it have to be quite so confrontational?
Just a quick word, if it's convenient?
What is this?
Oh, it's nothing. It's...
This is in the hands of the CPS. You shouldn't even be talking to me.
It's all good.
Are...are you still OK with this?
Daniel seemed a bit troubled.
We're all troubled, Tom.
This isn't a family picnic we're organising.
No, of course not.
So...why are you here?
To see you. Reassure you.
The other witness, the girl, she's solid.
No problems there. All going according to plan.
You know, if she's such a great witness, then surely,
I could take a step back?
No, no, no. We need both of you. Twin attack.
OK. I just thought...
Well, she knows everything. I mean...
She can talk the jury through the gang one at a time,
but she wasn't there, she didn't see the stabbing.
And she's not exactly a pillar of the community.
Is that a euphemism for white middle class?
Your evidence will just carry more weight.
So stay committed, turn up, tell the truth.
If that's the postman, you're going to look like a right idiot.
Oh! It's Austin!
Hi, Austin, I'm Karen.
Um...do you want to put that around the side?
-Around the side.
He doesn't say much, does he?
You know they asked me - to look after you?
The screws, governor.
I reckon they thought I'd be a good influence on you.
What do they know?
Maybe they thought you'll be a good influence on me.
So, do you really think someone's out to get you?
I done a deal.
That's not something you want to share with everyone.
Not in here.
I haven't told anyone else.
Word gets around.
No-one likes a snitch.
You know why no-one likes a snitch?
No, you don't. It's because we all done it.
So, who is it? Who you scared of?
He's a nut job.
Then he gets what's coming to him.
And he can't get to you.
Not in here.
Not while I'm looking after you.
No. And not Zayn, or the rest of them.
Ooh, Zayn! I like that one!
-Anybody want a cup of tea?
-I'm all right.
-Oh, well, I'm having one.
Do you know, we didn't name our kids until after they were born.
Because that way, you get to see what they look like.
Are they a Harry or a Zayn?
Yeah, we could do that.
We do what we want. If she wants to name it...
Ooo! I didn't mean to interfere.
Just because we're young don't mean we're stupid!
All right! Blimey!
It was a joke.
Justin Bieber, seriously?
See, I thought you meant Justin Timberlake, and I like him.
-Where are you going? This is my husband!
-He was at the funeral! He's a cop!
-Nice to see you again.
-You're living with him?!
-He's all right.
-He's a cop!
I want to go back.
Well, you go back, then, but I need to smoke. You coming?
Don't worry about it.
-Got a new friend?
-Yes, I do.
She got a name?
There we go.
Now we're all friends together.
-Hm! Is that who's watching you?
She's like that with everyone. Ha!
-You wonder why I never told you?!
-You can't stay here.
It's not up to you!
I like it here.
I like Karen and I like Rob.
That's good to know.
-Come on, we're going!
This is where I live now!
Well, I'm not staying here!
-I'll have a word.
-Oh, no, no. Let me speak to him.
Hey, you can't walk out, not now!
I'm always going to be there for her! Not like you and him!
You going to let her stay once the baby arrives?
She needs you! Be the man you say you are.
I'm just a stupid kid, remember?
Yeah, well, you're behaving like one now. Come on, come on back inside.
With him?! How can you live with him? He stinks!
It stinks like a pig house in there!
Ah, that's nice(!) Well, that's where Lily is going to live.
And it's where your baby is going to live.
I'm not going in there. Not having that pig watching me!
Oi! That "pig" is my husband!
And he's also Lily's foster dad.
And we are going to be there for her and her baby
for as long as she needs us. OK?
So, what's going on?
You're all jittery this morning.
And I swear, when Rob came in, that was a guilty conscience.
-Are you in trouble?
Come on. If you're in trouble, maybe Rob can help.
It's not me.
It's someone else. Other people.
There's things happening. I've heard stuff.
Karen? It's Lily. Come on.
LILY BREATHES HARD
All right, then, Lily. All right, then, Lily.
-Oh! My head h-hurts!
OK, calm down. There's nothing to worry about.
Long, deep breaths. That's it. Just breathe for me.
-What do I do?!
-Just hold her hand.
I think I'm going to call an ambulance.
No, I don't think we need an ambulance,
-but will you get in touch with Ruhma, see if she can come over?
OK. Come on, that's it. Deep breaths.
THEY BREATHE DEEPLY There we go.
Everything's going to be all right.
Come on, you lot, back in your cells.
Yeah, sure. No problem. I'll tell her straight away. OK.
-I'm on my break.
Well, maybe you should have your break somewhere where you're
not disturbing people who are actually trying to work?
I don't mind! Honestly, I don't.
Valerie, where's that rep?
He was meant to be here for a meeting with me five minutes ago.
Oh. That was him, actually.
Full of apologies, but his daughter's just had a baby!
-Isn't it! Anyway, he said he'd phone and rearrange...
So this new work rule.
Erm... Partners get to do whatever they like and the rest of us
have to work extra hours?
Not extra hours. Different hours, Ayesha.
It really is just a technicality. We don't have contracts...
Not really. PHONE RINGS
Are you going to actually answer that?!
Oh, yes. Mill Health Centre. How can I help?
Hi, Valerie, it's Rob.
Oh. Hi, Rob. Karen's not here at the moment.
She's at home today.
Yes, I know that because that's where I am.
Is Ruhma around, because I've been calling her
and she's not picking up?
No. She's out all day, I'm afraid.
Oh, is she? OK. Never mind.
I, er... I can call an ambulance.
W...why? What's happened?
It's, er... It's just the girl we're fostering at the moment.
She's just over eight months pregnant and she's having a bit of a panic attack...
Oh. Oh, dear. Poor girl.
Er, right. What can we do?
-Is there a problem?
Yeah. Hang on a moment...
Er, it's Rob. Their daughter - foster daughter. Very pregnant.
Having a bit of a crisis...
-And Ruhma's at a conference all day.
No. You're on work-to-rule, remember. Oh, look,
my meeting's been cancelled. I'll go. Aren't you saying
that the partners should take their share of the burden?
-Tell Rob I'm on my way.
Oh, and get that rep booked in for next week.
-Rob? Hi. Yes. Thunderbirds are go!
-International Rescue is on its way!
SHE HANGS UP
And home again.
Safe and sound.
Sorry. I'm just...
You going to be all right now?
Where are you going?
Oh, I don't know - a stroll in the country,
a quick trip to Tesco...
Don't leave me.
I can't stay in here all day with you.
Well, I'll come with you, then.
It's all in your head.
Come on, then. Heel!
Lily, this is Dr Carmichael.
-Austin? Hello, Lily.
-I didn't realise...
-How do you know these two?
She's brilliant. Best doctor ever. It's going to be all right.
Everything's going to be all right.
That's it. Nice and easy.
You all right there, Linda?
You said she was harmless.
Aren't you, Linda?
Wouldn't hurt a fly.
A snitch, though...
Don't be daft.
Everybody's best friend.
I try to be.
-You're full of it.
Behind you. Five o'clock.
Everything all right?
Morning, Mrs Morris.
Maybe next time...
Can we have some space, please?
-This isn't helping anybody's blood pressure!
What is it?
It is slightly elevated. What was it last time?
-Do you know?
-Is it bad?
I'm just trying to build up the big picture.
I think Ruhma said it was high...
-Yes, but not to worry.
-It's bad, innit?
Is it going to hurt the baby?
Look, please, can we just give Lily some space?
-Yeah, let's all go. All of us.
Let Zara do her stuff.
-It's all clear, Doc!
-Thank you, Austin.
-I'm still here, babe.
That was...for Lily.
You disappoint me.
Uh-uh. Not a good idea.
But she was going to stab ya.
She didn't, though, did she?
We have to tell someone...
Everyone thinks you're a snitch.
You go to the screws, they're going to know you're a snitch.
It's just Mad Linda. Are you even sure you actually saw anything?
-Well, there you go then.
We keep our heads down, avoid Linda,
and everything's going to be all right.
Nothing's going to happen to you. Not in here.
Not while I'm around.
No, that's all for the moment. That's all I needed.
-Did I do enough?
So. Are you still feeling nauseous...?
Oh. Yeah. I thought it was butterflies.
And have you put on any weight recently?
I mean more than that - any fluid retention? Swelling?
Let's have a look at your ankles?
And what about your head?
Have you been seeing any bright lights?
Erm, it hurts but... no lights, though, no.
So. Would you rather that I got the others to come back in here,
-or would you rather it was just me and yourself?
-Is there a problem?
Nothing that you need to worry about.
But there is something that we need to sort out straight away.
Er, I want Austin. And Karen.
Karen, Austin, come in.
I suspect that you have a condition called fulminating pre-eclampsia.
That just means that your blood pressure is getting too high.
You have other symptoms that would support this.
There is high protein in your urine,
and there is fluid retention in the swollen ankles.
Is it going to hurt the baby?
I'm going to call the hospital, ask them to check you in so that they
can make a few tests - make sure I haven't got it completely wrong!
But they may want to induce your baby.
Well, what's that?
It means that they'll give you something to make the baby come.
Or they may decide that they want to do a Caesarean.
-Do you know what that means?
Either way, it looks like your baby may be going to make
an appearance slightly earlier than you expected!
They may want to act straight away.
I haven't told my mum yet!
You said you'd told her!
-I bet you watch...
-You don't know me.
-Everybody watches that!
I only watch it cos it's what all my girls watch...
You love it!
They're expecting you at St Phil's. There's an ambulance on its way.
-I'd better get going.
-I'll call you.
Yeah. You're in good hands. You're going to be fine.
Karen, can you call Ruhma and let her know what's happening?
-And if you can't get hold of her, let Valerie know.
Is everything OK?
He didn't even tell his mum.
What kind of commitment is that?
He didn't even tell his mum she's going to be a grandma!
How can I? What she's going through.
I know your mum, Austin. And she's tough.
Once she gets over the shock...
It might even be a good thing after all the bad stuff.
This is a new life. A grandchild...
She's going to love him. Or her.
If you want, I can come with you when you tell her.
No, it's all right.
She's going to flip when I tell her.
Yeah. Thank you.
You've been brilliant.
The last few weeks have... been really stressy, you know?
But every time it gets worse, you're always there to make it better.
You're doing a pretty good job yourself.
No, it's you. Mum and me, we...can really trust you.
No questions. Don't matter what happens.
When it counts, you're there.
And you'll be there at the court.
-It's all right.
I know you'll be there,
and you'll tell them what happened...
..and it'll be sorted.
Everything'll be sorted.
Come on, I thought you was desperate!
Come with me.
People will talk!
Get an ambulance!
I've just remembered something awful that I did last night.
You deserve more recognition for all your hard work.
Yeah, thank you, Mrs Tembe, but...
I'm sorry, but I've got to go and do the, er...
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