Mrs Tembe reluctantly hosts a dinner party, while Jimmi finds himself alone with Megan working late.
Browse content similar to Whatever We've Got We Share. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
-Guaranteed, alcohol-free, but it tastes very naughty.
Thank you very much.
-There she is.
-We thought you'd forgotten.
You did forget, didn't you?
Er, no. I... Er, yes.
I just got preoccupied with something else.
-We could always come back another time.
-Yeah, you look tired.
-No, don't be daft.
The food's in the oven.
I'm not saying it's haute cuisine, but it seems a shame to waste it.
-Yes, yes. Of course.
-What is it?
Er, well, it is... It is nothing important.
OK. Have a glass of wine.
That'll take the edge off it, whatever it is.
I just need to go upstairs and freshen up.
-I thought it was just me working late.
-You need to get a life.
-What, more like you?
This is a one off. I'm just catching up.
Yeah, well, for me, this is a bit more of a regular thing...
-The old biddy next-door thought I was a burglar.
The woman over the road, she definitely thinks I'm up to no good.
It took her a week to realise I wasn't a plumber or
a decorator or something.
She actually stopped me in the street.
-"Are you doing some work for Mrs Tembe?"
-What did you say to her?
I told her I was installing a wet room, a jacuzzi and a Nordic sauna.
-You should have invited her to use the facilities.
-Oh, I did!
She wasn't interested.
Actually, I think she was very interested,
but just a little bit shy.
So you're hitting it off with the neighbours then?
-Um, they're warming to me.
-Of course they are.
I don't know. I take a bit of getting used to, don't I?
Well, everyone thinks you two are great together.
-Karen thinks I'm the Antichrist!
-Well, that's a slight exaggeration.
You're just not what everyone expected for Mrs Tembe.
Bit of a rough diamond, eh?
With my past, I can understand why.
-But a beautiful woman still does it for me every time.
Excuse me. I'll just...
Hey, what's up?
Is it me? Did I embarrass you?
You always say, take me as I am,
don't matter what anyone else thinks.
Come on. You've got two good mates in there.
I'm beginning to think they might be my mates too.
They like me.
You're acting like I'm... I don't know.
Have I done something?
There... There is something.
Look, can we not make our excuses?
-You want me to get rid?
-We could rearrange.
Dr Carter said we could rearrange.
No, just tell me what's bothering you.
Fine, later then.
We have guests.
-I... I like your brooch.
-Oh, thank you.
It is very charming.
It's just costume jewellery.
-It's very nice.
-Well, Heston thinks it's vulgar.
-I said no such thing.
-But I like it.
-So do I!
Well, Dr Carter has very good taste.
Right, so you think it's vulgar, Mrs Tembe?
There's nothing wrong with vulgar. I like a bit of vulgar.
I never used that word and I'm sure Mrs Tembe had no such thought.
No, no. None, whatsoever.
Charming is the word that she used and I couldn't agree more.
-Ah, Daniel. Yeah.
-You're working late.
-Yes, I... I am, yeah.
Yeah. Me too.
Is that the new girl's room?
She working late too?
Yes, it is.
Um, I think I saw her earlier but she's probably gone home.
-I thought I heard voices. Daniel, isn't it?
-Yes, it is.
-Nice to meet you. You must be Megan.
-Nice to meet you.
-You want a biscuit?
-No, I do not.
-I'm going back to my room now.
So, Megan, it's just you and me then.
-So traffic's not a problem then?
-No. Apart from the roadworks.
Tell me about it.
-Can I help?
-Er, no. No, everything is under control.
-Yes. Yes, of course.
Is everything all right? You... You don't seem your normal self.
I am so sorry. What I said about your...
And you are right, I am not my usual self. But it is nothing.
Are you sure?
Is it JJ? Things maybe have moved fast.
There is nothing wrong with me and JJ!
I am sorry.
I... I am sorry.
So, what keeps you working here so late, J Dog?
-Er, you know, just test results, referrals.
-This and that.
Erm, working on a proposal to tweak the patient records templates,
just to give a bit more insight into mental health history.
-You're not in the least bit interested, are you?
Not really, but I could listen to you talk about it all night.
I think it sounds very interesting.
Mental health questions on the patient records templates.
It's a great idea.
So, I'd better get back to it then.
-That was delicious, JJ.
-Mm, very nice.
Winifred, would you lend me a hand?
-What is going on?
-Tell that to Ruhma. What did you say to her?
-I have apologised for that.
-So, everything's all right now?
We're all having a great time(!)
-We should just leave.
-It's going to make things worse.
-Worse than this?
-I don't know. We can't just walk out.
-I will tell you once they have gone.
-No. Whatever it is, you tell me now.
-What if they were to find out?
-What? What are they going to find out?
I'm not sitting through pudding like this. It's not fair on them.
Just tell me!
JJ has prepared a wonderful dessert for us all.
So, anyone for trifle?
Pass me the bowls.
KNOCK AT DOOR
I only need a minute.
-I really want to get this done.
Um, very... Very nice.
You could do worse. I mean, you have done worse.
Yeah, she's a colleague.
Well, we all know how that works out.
-Me and Zara?
-Er, no... That's not what I meant.
Doctors are always hooking up with other doctors, Jimmi.
Go with the flow, man.
-Well, I...did consider it, so...
And...there's nothing more to it. That's it.
Are you sure?
There's no harm in asking.
-I do have experience in this kind of thing.
-So you should.
-You're not listening to a word I'm saying.
Well, that's because all I'm hearing are excuses.
No, she's not interested. I told you. She's a colleague. That's it.
-OK. For me, that's it if you choose to leave it.
-She's not interested.
Look, I really want to get this work finished, OK?
Just... Just keep your options open, that's all I'm saying.
-And let her know that you're keeping all your options open.
OK, would you just go?
You know I'm right.
That was really marvellous, but we should be going home.
-That's a shame.
-But if you've got to go.
-Got such an early start in the morning.
No, you cannot...leave me to eat all of that fruit trifle by myself.
It would not be... It would not be good for me.
-It is rather splendid.
-Did you make the custard yourself, JJ?
-Well, I opened the tin.
We... We should have a toast.
To.. To Dr Carter and Sister Hanif,
a truly compatible couple.
We should honour their compatibility.
Dr Carter and Sister Hanif.
Heston and Ruhma. Truly...
A truly lovely couple.
Winifred, you're embarrassing them now.
-KNOCK AT DOOR
Zara's decided one of her patients needs a home visit,
-so I've got to go and hold the fort.
-OK. Good night.
Yeah, so, that's it. Just, um... It's just you two.
All alone in a big, empty health centre.
Anything could happen.
-There you go.
Well, perhaps when we have finished the coffee,
we can have a game...of charades.
-No, I really think we should be going.
-Heston... DOORBELL RINGS
I will go.
The door. You were going to see who's at the door?
Yes, there...is somebody...at the door.
You cannot come into my house, I have guests.
We never really finished our conversation earlier.
I think we have said quite enough on that particular subject.
I found these leaflets, you might want to have a look at,
before you speak to JJ.
Is he here?
It's important that you think these things through very carefully,
especially before speaking to your partner.
-I have told him!
I have told him.
Oh. What did he say?
Dr Carter and Sister Hanif are here.
Heston and Ruhma.
-That is awkward.
-And they have had dessert
and they are having coffee.
They cannot... They cannot find out about... They must not know.
-Then they are going to leave and I will have to face him alone.
What am I going to say to him?
They are going to leave me alone with him and I have not had
a chance to look at your leaflets.
-Let me come in.
No, no, no. No.
I won't say anything.
You cannot come into my home.
I'm so sorry that I'm so late. Joe was playing up again.
And could I get Dr Daniel Granger to come home from work before
ten o'clock? No, I could not. I'm so sorry. JJ, isn't it?
After you'd gone to so much effort and it smells so delicious.
It's probably all gone now, or at least gone cold.
But perhaps, if I may, I could just join you for coffee.
You did tell JJ I was coming?
Dr Carmichael and I were...
We were talking about puddings this afternoon and she mentioned
that she liked...fruit trifle.
So... So invited her.
Why don't we get Dr Carmichael a bowl and a spoon?
-I didn't think you ate desserts.
-I always make an exception for trifle.
Dr Carter, can I...? Can I get you some more brandy?
Don't mind if I do. Whoa, whoa.
There you go.
So, what have we all been talking about?
Hey. It's getting late,
I just wondered if you fancy getting something to eat.
I grabbed a sandwich earlier.
Yeah, of course you did. OK. No problem. Just an idea.
I could do with some caffeine. I'm struggling to stay awake.
OK, yeah. Coffee? Sounds good.
Sunsets on the beach, totally a cliche,
but it was totally unforgettable.
Oh, sounds idyllic.
I spent six months in a beach hut on the other side of the island
-in the '80s.
-Yeah. Worked my passage on a cruise ship.
(You shouldn't be, not with the antibiotics.)
I don't suppose you could do it these days.
Well, your successors are still there,
with the beer and the ice and the massive mark ups.
-A complete rip off.
-They didn't rip me off.
Daniel bought a few, but what can I say?
And that is why I admire you, Dr Carmichael.
You are wise to the ways of the world.
I think I am.
You would have not been duped by a man selling beer on the beach.
How is your trifle?
-How are you settling in?
-Yeah, you're all very welcoming.
-I meant work, really.
-Oh, it's... Yeah, well, it's great.
You know, being embedded in a primary care setting,
like this, brings in some interesting cases.
And people that wouldn't normally get access to psychiatric treatment.
-It's not as much integration as I'd hoped for.
-It's like you in your medical silo and me in my psychiatric one.
Yep, I think it's true. I think we're on the same wavelength.
I mean, I have patients predominantly with physical problems
but quite a few of my patients have mental health issues as well.
And I have mental health patients with associated physical issues.
So, we should work together, maybe come up with a scheme?
-Er, I'm just spouting. You know, silos and all that.
It's something to sort out, but I've got to sort out the basics first.
You know, your IT system's giving me nightmares.
Yeah, well, we don't have to leap in to bed together. Metaphorically.
-Thanks for the coffee.
Thank you for a marvellous meal.
Sorry about some of the entertainment.
That's quite all right.
-Yes. Things on her mind.
-That's more than I do.
-Has she explained all this?
Can I come in?
He's waiting downstairs.
All of my life, I have tried to be
careful and sensible,
to live an upright Christian life.
And now...? And now I am riddled with this awful disease!
This is a slightly embarrassing infection and the antibiotics
will clear it up.
It is humiliating! And if anyone should find out...
Mrs Tembe, this is not a moral judgment.
It's a side-effect of having had unprotected sex.
And sex is good for you.
It's a perfectly normal human activity.
Yeah, but I...
Look, let's put this into perspective.
You should have taken precautions.
You should have got tested.
You work in a health centre, Mrs Tembe.
But we've all done things that we should have done differently.
Are you going to be OK?
-Um, I've been thinking about what you said.
Well, there's a pizza place just round the corner.
No, I mean, about us working together.
OK. What were you thinking?
Um, it's a good idea and I might as well start as I'd like to go on.
So, I was thinking, how about we each pick a likely patient
from our list tomorrow and sit in on each other's consultations?
Yeah, we could do that.
-Just scope out what issues might arise.
-Mm, play it by ear.
-Great. Touch base tomorrow morning.
I didn't know.
I still don't... I don't have any symptoms.
Well, that is...one of the symptoms.
Hardly seems fair.
Apart from you, I have only had one sexual partner in the last
ten years and he was a vicar.
No, it does not seem fair.
We will have to be tested for everything.
-I don't have HIV.
Well, let's hope not!
You need to do something else.
You need to contact all your sexual partners from the last two years.
And all of your existing...sexual partners.
I have never lied to you about my past.
The life I've lived.
It's hardly been spotless.
But you've asked me to contact my past sexual partners.
For the last two years.
To be honest, that's going to be difficult.
But you've asked me to contact my existing sexual partners.
And that's easy.
Ever since we met, there's only ever been you.
I have taken your advice and brought a same day test.
Calling me a liar, treating me like a kid!
-Accusing me all the time! How would you like it, eh?
-What do you want?
-I think you should try and calm down a little.
-And who are you? The Queen of ruddy Sheba?!
-OK, that's enough.
-How many partners?
-I didn't count, you know.
That is because you are irresponsible.