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Oh, let me.
-Are you sure?
KNOCK AT DOOR Come in.
You wanted to speak to me?
I just wanted to apologise for yesterday.
I should not have accused you of gossiping.
No offence taken.
We were actually talking about Joe's teacher.
-I was just...
-It's all right, I understand.
But you should know that I would take my duty of confidentiality towards you
as seriously as I would towards any of my patients.
Of course. Thank you. I should not have doubted you.
No harm done.
How are you?
Yes, I am fine.
You know, the antibiotics will take a few days to kick in, so...
Yes. Yes, I have read all the leaflets. Thank you.
Did you tell him?
I left a letter.
I'll call him later, when he's had time to absorb it.
Where are we going?
The hotel in Windermere.
I just want to be somewhere beautiful.
-With someone beautiful.
Stop the car at the next service station,
-I'll find someone who fits the bill.
But we can't spend the rest of our lives in a hotel.
It's just for now.
Then, I don't know, we can stay at mine.
Or if we want to leave Letherbridge behind, then we can.
From now on, we're just going to do what we want.
Life's too short for any more compromises.
No-one's called it that for about 50 years.
You should meet my Uncle Bernard, he does.
He's so old-fashioned, he still uses a phone as a phone.
SHE CHUCKLES What time do you want to meet?
-Soon. Let's get it over with.
Oh, no! That came out wrong.
Do you know the Terrace Cafe on Park Street?
Is that still going?
No. It got condemned.
I thought we could sit outside and stare at the boarded-up windows.
The Terrace, it is. I'll look forward to it.
-See you soon.
I nearly told you before, you know, how I felt.
You thought you'd wait 20 years just to be sure?
I mean, more recently.
At your 60th.
I'm surprised you remember it, the amount you drank.
I was building up my confidence.
But I lost my nerve when I saw William giving you your present.
And I saw the way that you smiled at him.
As if you really loved him.
I do. But not like that. Not for a long time.
Do you think he'll be all right?
It's a bit late to start worrying about that.
He's my friend.
You know what he's like, oblivious to the world.
I doubt he'll even notice I'm gone.
-I love you.
-I love you, too.
Hello! Can you hear me?
Are you all right? Can you hear me?
Thank you for seeing me so quickly.
That's all right. It's best to check these things out.
When I was sitting at home, I could feel my heart pounding.
Just try and relax.
OK. It's a little bit high. Maybe it's just anxiety.
Are you stressed?
I'm about to have a stranger's baby, what do you think?
-OK, fair enough.
-And I'm going on a date at lunchtime.
-No, I just...
Well, I'm surprised.
Have you got time for a relationship?
Babies are quite demanding.
Really? I hadn't heard that(!)
I've spoken to this guy. He seems nice. Funny.
How does he feel about the baby?
-I haven't told him.
7244 to Control, I'm on site.
Right, let's go.
Hello, sir, I'm Sergeant Hollins.
Can you tell me what happened, please?
I parked up to open the gates and he came screaming down, straight into the back...
Hi. I'm Dr Vere. Please, don't try and move too much.
Is she badly injured?
She's breathing and I can't see any deep cuts.
Not on her head, anyway.
But her legs are trapped.
The fire brigade will be here soon. They'll cut her out.
And, um...how about you? Are you hurt?
-No, I'm just dazed.
-Are you sure? Because those cuts on your face...
They're just scratches, nothing more.
-Did you hit your head at all?
-Please, get her out!
No, no, you need to keep as still as possible.
What are your names, please?
David Hawkins and Ruth Hunter.
OK, David, the ambulance has been called.
Love, it'll be all right.
Keep still, please.
Ruthie, it's going to be all right.
Ruth, I understand you'll be frightened, but you mustn't move, OK?
Help is on its way.
Please, love, do as he says.
I'm here with you. We're going to be all right.
Mrs Hollins, have you put the patient-feedback forms on the computer yet?
-But I asked for them to be done yesterday.
-We've been busy.
-Well, how am I supposed to evaluate them
if you cannot do the simplest of tasks I have asked you?
I just said, the phone's been ringing off the hook!
Mrs Tembe, can I have a word?
What can I do for you, Dr Carmichael?
I thought we could go for lunch. My shout.
Look, I am very busy.
Well, there are a few management issues that we need to discuss.
Maybe it'll do us both some good to get away from here, clear our minds.
-Sergeant Hollins, Dr Vere.
-Paula McGill, I'm OIC.
-Has the situation changed since you called it in?
And the passengers in the car?
Well, he's trying to keep her as calm as possible, but she's scared.
Yeah. I'm worried how hurt she is. Her legs are trapped.
-You've established a rapport with them?
OK, we're just going to assess the situation, if you can keep talking to them.
All these people, just for us.
You're worth it.
Did I ever tell you when I first knew how I felt about you?
Was it the Christmas you had food poisoning?
You said you thought I was an angel.
But, then, you also thought William was a foreign spy,
so you weren't really in your right mind.
That wasn't the occasion I was thinking of.
It was the pub quiz. The one where we came last.
That doesn't really narrow it down.
William accused the quizmaster of cheating.
Some confusion over the way they'd calculated nautical miles.
He was unbearable at those quizzes.
He was working himself up into a terrible state, arguing with them,
and you just sat there
with this look of wry amusement on your face.
In a happy little world all of your own.
That's when I knew.
A couple of decades later, you got around to mentioning it.
-Hm. I've always been a bit on the tardy side.
If only I'd had the courage to speak my mind sooner,
we would have had more time.
Better late than never.
-HE INHALES DEEPLY
-Are you all right?
Yeah, I'm fine.
My brother dying
made me realise how every minute counts.
I don't think our eloping has got off to a very good start.
I'm so sorry about this.
It wasn't your fault.
It all happened so quickly.
What if I can't move my legs when they free them?
What are you talking about? You're going to be fine!
I thought you said we wouldn't lie to each other?
Ruth, we need to get you out of the car,
but because your legs are trapped as they are,
we need to take this door off. Is that OK?
You see? I told you it was going to be all right.
Mr Hawkins, can you get out of the car, please?
I spent years not being with you.
You think I'm going to leave you alone now?
-You need to get out of the car.
-I said no.
As long as she's in the car, I'm not going anywhere.
Is that so hard to comprehend?
We understand, but can you just please keep still?
OK, let's step back. Right, let's get the door off.
Oh. Oh, no, no.
SHE BREATHES HARD
I'm OK. I'm OK.
Hey, it's all right, it's all right, it's all right, it's all right.
-He can't just stay there.
-He won't leave her.
-It's nothing. No need to fuss.
Look, David's hurt. He's been hiding it.
Sid? He's bleeding.
We need to get him out of here.
-David, are you bleeding anywhere else?
-No, I'm fine.
Why didn't you say you were hurt?
OK, on a scale of one to ten, how bad is the pain?
Does it matter? I'm breathing, so it can't be that bad.
Get out the car, you stubborn old goat.
No, I'm not going to do that.
You'll be no good to me if you bleed to death sitting here.
Can you try and put some pressure around it, stem the bleeding a bit?
OK, lads, we need to get the roof off and get him out.
KNOCK AT DOOR
I don't have any more patients, so, if you're ready?
There is no need for that.
I appreciate I was unreasonable with Mrs Hollins
and I, of course, will apologise to her.
You're not yourself today, and that's understandable.
How are things with you and JJ?
Well, we are dealing with it.
It must be difficult for you both.
Yes, well, it is not something
that I ever dreamed would ever happen to me.
It's common to feel that there is a stigma attached to STIs.
Look, I do not intend for the world and his wife to know what happened.
-Of course not.
-The shame of it!
You have to remember that this is just a disease that can be treated like any other.
Well, I'm afraid I do not see it that way.
Everything happens for a reason.
Mrs Tembe, this isn't some kind of divine punishment.
You cannot possibly know that!
OK. You've had to deal with people with difficult medical conditions in the past, haven't you?
-Yes, of course.
-And did you judge them?
Think that they deserved to be ill because of their lifestyle choices?
-No, of course not.
-So, why is it different for you?
You will have to excuse me, I have work to do.
Do you really think you should be here today?
I am quite capable of doing my job.
By snapping at the staff?
This place isn't going to fall apart if you're not here for a few hours.
So, why don't you take some time to clear your head?
Go for a walk, talk to a friend.
Do whatever it is that you need to do.
There you go. You sit down.
Sorry. I'm so sorry.
Oh, don't be. Do you want a glass of water?
No. Thank you.
You didn't need to bring me home.
I was passing anyway.
I just wanted to make sure you were all right.
Zoe, you seemed a bit agitated.
I was just being silly.
Look, your blood pressure was high this morning.
You just need to take it easy on yourself.
For the baby's sake.
I'm a mess.
Just lonely. Nothing special.
Your parents are still being supportive?
Well, yeah, but it's not the same
as having someone there to really share it with.
Hm! How did that date go?
I got as far as the door, I couldn't go through with it.
Don't be so hard on yourself.
I've spoken to dozens of men online,
but the second I mention I'm pregnant, they all disappear.
I couldn't face the rejection again.
But you don't know that's how he's going to react.
If you were ambushed with something like this, how would you feel?
OK, admittedly, there might be better ways to break the news.
By actually telling him, you mean?
Look, I know it's hard, but he might have his own insecurities.
-Nothing like this.
-It's not a competition.
You don't know what it's like.
You haven't had to put up with people looking at you
as if this wonderful thing, this beautiful baby,
is some kind of illness.
Well, anyone who looks at you like that doesn't deserve you.
Well, they all see it that way.
And how are you going to give people the chance to prove you wrong
if you don't give them the opportunity?
I'm going to need you to put your goggles back on
so that you're protected when we cut the roof off.
It's very noisy, but just stay still and you'll be fine.
-You can keep talking to me if you want to, David.
We'll be fine.
I did mention that I love you, didn't I?
Only about 300 times this week.
I've a lot of lost time to make up for.
At least we both managed to say it before...
Nothing's going to happen.
Right, on my count of three. One, two, three.
We'll be late for the hotel.
I hope they keep our reservation.
Of course they will.
-And we've got a room with a balcony.
So we'll be able to sit and look out across the lake.
-We're going to lift you out now, OK?
One, two, three.
SHE BREATHES HARD
OK, come on. Arms across. That's it.
Where's the driver? It's stuck.
Step away, everyone. Keep clear.
I'm sorry I didn't come.
Well, I'm sorry.
It's fine. So you saw me and you ran. You're not the first.
Oh, no. There's something I haven't told you.
Oh, I see.
I didn't know when to say. Or if to say.
I don't know how to do this.
If you want to run a mile then you can. I understand.
I know how you feel.
I don't think so.
'Actually, it's kind of a relief.
'There's something I haven't told you either.'
When you've finished that, I want you to clear the vehicles.
CSI will need to take pictures.
Ruth, Ruth, look at me. Come on, I know you can do this.
-Yeah, I know.
And more than anything he wanted you to be safe, and you are.
I know this is hard, OK, but just take deep breaths.
That's good, that's really good, Ruth. Really good.
Where's Sergeant Hollins?
I don't know.
Hey, I wasn't expecting you back so soon.
I was not being very productive at work.
It's not like you to come home early.
I just wanted time to myself,
time to reflect on recent events.
I don't like seeing you like this.
And it's all my fault, isn't it?
-Of course not.
-You've done nothing wrong, except trust me.
And look how I've repaid you.
Ever since I found out about...
about the infection...
..it has felt like a judgment on me.
Punishment for something I have done wrong.
No. No, this is all my stupid fault.
I'm just sorry you got caught up in it.
Perhaps it is a punishment.
Maybe it will make us realise what is important to us.
I cannot pretend that this has been easy.
This is unknown territory for me.
And I have been scared.
I know, me too.
But I'll be here for you, however long it takes.
We might need to work on that.
So... We finally made it.
Yeah, here we are.
You know, the whole time we were talking,
I didn't know how to tell you about this.
I just didn't want you to run away.
Well, I can't do much running these days.
So, what are you having?
I meant, boy or girl?
I didn't realise you were already here.
I wasn't supposed to be. Rob was taking me to see a patient.
We just were just in the area when the call came through.
I gather it was brutal.
Probably one of the worst things I've ever seen in my life.
But you're still here though, still doing your job.
You should be proud of that.
CAR STARTS What's wrong?
That was my ride.
'Control to 7244, report. Please give your location, 7244.
'Control to 7...'
TURNS OFF RADIO
I really do think you should consider professional counselling.
How's the piccalilli?
Here, have some more.