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KNOCK AT DOOR
-What are you doing?
-KNOCK AT DOOR
Oh, it's the landlord. He knows we're in here.
-We can't just keep ignoring him. WHISPERS:
That's right, off you pop.
-Are you going to be OK?
-I can't take another day off.
-You don't have to.
Are you going to be all right? Cos what if she cries all day?
I'm going to be fine.
We've been looking forward to today, haven't we? Hm?
We're going to spend all day together, just you and me.
-Look at her.
We've got the whole day planned, haven't we? Hm?
-We're going to have so much fun.
-Will I stay?
What is she like?
She's jealous, that's what she is.
Six weeks. As soon as the term ends.
-And that's us out on the street.
-What are we going to do?
Well, we could have at least talked to him.
-What good's that going to do?
-I don't know. He might let us stay on.
Sam, he doesn't give a stuff about us.
-He just wants us out and the next lot in.
-We could have tried.
-It's a factory, that's all.
-Same as uni.
-Well, we have to find somewhere to live.
-With no money?
-Well, at least I've sent my CV off.
-Yeah, who to? Your dad?
-And what have you done?
Look, whatever we're doing, we're going to do it together, yeah?
That's all that matters.
"All the king's horses and all the king's men
"They couldn't put
"Humpty together again."
What are you doing?
I'm going to send this back. Tell him to stuff it.
We're going nowhere.
-And what good's that going to do?
-We'll squat the place, yeah?
-For how long?
-You don't care?
-No. I don't. About anything any more.
Callum, do you think maybe you should speak to that woman again?
-Megan, is it?
Do you think I've lost the plot or something?
-No, I just think it might be worth doing.
-Forget it. It's not happening.
Where are you going?
To see someone. About my pill, if that's OK.
I won't be long.
Oh, did I wake you up?
-Hi. How can I help?
Is Megan here today?
-Dr Sharma? Have you got an appointment?
-What's going on?
-She wants to see the nurse.
I want you to speak to your therapist.
-Callum, just do it.
-Have you gone nuts?
-Sorry, I'm a bit confused.
-He needs to speak to someone.
What are you on about?
Is anything wrong?
Just tell her about the letter.
So maybe you should tell me about the letter.
What about it?
We're... We're getting kicked out.
When the course ends.
And this is causing you stress?
I suppose. A bit.
And you've still been taking your medication?
Course I have.
So, what are you going to do?
I've no idea.
There's no way that you can move in with your family?
I told you, they're 200 miles away. You know what they said about Sam.
-And her parents?
-Yeah, she'll be all right.
As long as she gets rid of me.
Not good enough, am I?
There's no way they're splitting us up.
-And what about Samika? She feels the same?
-Of course she does.
Look, we haven't done anything wrong, have we? It's them.
It's still a problem you're going to have to solve.
Yeah, I'm going to solve it all right.
How do you mean?
-'OK, ladies. Front step.'
You really should try this!
'And left and right.
-'And left and right.'
-Yeah, it's finding the time though, isn't it?
-Well, you've got time now.
KNOCK AT DOOR Mm! That'll be them.
'And pump, pump, pump. Get those knees up.'
How do you feel about Samika now?
Well, her coming here. Why would she do that, do you think?
How should I know?
Was she afraid?
No. There's no way Sam's scared of me.
Maybe she's scared for you then.
I've been a bit wound up.
Who wouldn't be?
Is there any way that you've taken that out on her?
I love her, don't I?
Well, there must be some reason for her concern.
How would you feel if you had nowhere to go, no future?
Surely, that's why you've been studying.
I'll tell you how it works, shall I?
You read a few books, sit your exams.
Then you get your bit of paper and your little square hat
and you're out on the street, 40 grand debt.
It's a scam. The whole thing's just a con.
You still need to do something about it, Callum.
Take some action.
Maybe that's what Samika needs from you right now.
What did you mean earlier when you said you had a solution?
There's nothing we can do.
Look, I know it's tough. For both of you.
But you must have seen it coming.
I need you to start breaking it down,
confronting your problems individually.
-Well, there's a thing called separation anxiety disorder.
Fear of change, if you like.
It can leave you feeling paralysed, unable to make decisions.
So what I want you to do is come back to me in
a couple of days with some sort of plan for the future.
Simple as that?
Yeah, all I'm asking is to write your options in a journal.
Even if it doesn't seem possible right now.
And in the meantime, I'll see if there's anything I can do to help.
We will find a way through this.
I need you to take things calmly. Try not to panic.
And focus on what's positive.
Well, your relationship?
Staying with Samika?
That is what you want, isn't it?
Oh. Any news about the delivery company?
-No, they said they'd ring me back.
-Oh, well, that's something.
What's wrong with these people? I mean, the delivery guy,
he didn't even ring the doorbell! That's what it's there for!
I was thinking, how did your last session with Megan go?
-What do you mean?
-Well, you said that you weren't too sure about it?
Yeah, no, um, it was good. Yeah.
She's great, actually.
Oh, I'm glad. So what's great about it?
Um, the way she, I don't know, pulls everything together.
Shows you patterns about yourself, stuff that you'd never really
-thought of before.
-So are you going to stick with it?
Yeah. Yeah, I guess so.
You don't seem too sure.
-There isn't a problem, is there?
Yes. Yes, it is. Yeah.
Callum! Callum, I'm sorry. I just wanted you to speak to someone.
Speak to you, don't I?
Yeah, all right. I have been a bit of a pain lately.
So, what did she say?
-Just some rubbish about making a list.
-What sort of list?
-Of our options. As if that's going to work.
-Well, we might as well try.
Get real, Sam. We haven't got any options, have we?
Apart from the one.
I'm only kidding.
And did you tell her about that? All this stuff you keep coming up with?
-Like in the seminar?
-Come on. Let's just go.
-You didn't tell her anything, did you?
-Is everything all right?
-Can I please speak to you for a minute?
-Of course you can.
# The wheels on the bus go Round, round, round
# Round, round, round
# Round, round, round
# The wheels on the bus go Round, round, round... #
Mind where you're going.
ENGINE FAILS TO START
He's a noisy man, isn't he? Yes, he is.
BABY CONTINUES CRYING
-Watch where you're going!
-You seem very worried about something.
Can you tell me what it is?
Samika, do you feel threatened by Callum in any way?
He just sulks. But he's so paranoid. He thinks it's all about him.
It's the same for everyone.
-Do you think he's taking his medication?
-I don't see it.
But it's getting worse.
-In what way?
-The stuff he talks about all the time.
Ask his tutor.
He just keeps saying stupid things. It scares me.
Why do you think that is?
I don't know. It's like he's too stressed out to even think straight.
Thank you for telling me.
I'd better go after him.
BABY CONTINUES CRYING
KNOCK AT DOOR
Megan, I spoke to the accommodation officer and he gave
me some numbers that they could start with.
And we could back it up with medical notes.
Yeah, thanks. I'll pass this on.
Are you OK?
Yeah, I just spoke to Callum's tutor.
She said there was an outburst.
-His finals. He said they were pointless.
Because he'd be dead by then anyway.
FOOTSTEPS ON STAIRS
-It's the surgery. Megan probably.
-What, your new mate?
Let me see.
MOBILE CONTINUES RINGING
Had a nice chat then, did you?
-Grassing me up!
-She just wants to help you, Callum.
How? By sticking me in a madhouse while you run home to mummy?
-How can you even say that?
-Why don't you just go?
-It's what you want, isn't it?
-No. It's not.
-It's all over anyway.
The minute we finish here.
Do yourself a favour, just go.
-'Oh, hi, Samika. It's...'
-You know you were asking about Callum's tablets?
Well, he's not taking them. He's got loads of them here. Get off!
-What's happening there?
-'He's going to hurt himself. I know he is!'
I've lost a baby in a buggy. You passed me!
You passed by me! That buggy I was pushing, someone's taken it!
Have you seen...? Try and find it for me, please!
Have you seen anybody with a buggy? A buggy! Turn that off!
-TURNS LEAF BLOWER OFF
-Have you seen anybody pushing a buggy? A baby in the buggy?
No, mate. I'm just doing my job. You want to call the police, mate.
I am the police!
I am the police.
Could you do a favour for me? Just keep an ear out? They said they'd be here between 12 and four.
-Yeah, yeah, of course. Do you want something to eat?
-I'll just grab something on the way.
So, um, you were saying, you know...about Megan?
-Something that you weren't happy with.
-Oh. OK. It's just that, you know,
I wondered if it might be something to do with her style of therapy.
Oh, no. Um, it's just me.
-OK. So, you're not finding it too intrusive, or...?
-I mean, given that she's a colleague.
She's very professional.
-If I'm honest, um...
-I have started to have...
I don't know what you mean. Thoughts?
You know, thoughts.
BABY CONTINUES CRYING
-KNOCK AT DOOR
Can we come in?
How many of those have you taken?
They can make you really ill, but they're not going to kill you.
You don't know what's in here, do you?
Will you stop?
I've been saving up all kinds of stuff for months.
Did she tell you?
We're meant to be sharing these, half each.
-No, I was never going to do that.
-We had it all planned out.
-We were drunk, it doesn't make sense.
-Serve them right, you said.
But I didn't mean it!
Well, I did.
-Callum, this isn't fair.
-Yeah. What is?
Callum, this isn't the answer.
Just give them to me.
You don't get it, do you?
I've had enough.
Of what exactly?
You know, I'm thinking...
Perhaps I was wrong.
You know, it's not the future that you're scared of
so much as the past.
-I'm not scared of anything.
Your father, your brothers.
You're going back to them. What did you call them?
-A bunch of racists, bullies?
-Yeah, they are.
But it doesn't have to be like that.
If you did make the list, would that have even been an option?
Because we're staying together.
I love you.
Did you hear that?
Just put them down and talk to Samika.
She doesn't need this any more.
-Don't talk about yourself like that.
-They were right.
I'm not good enough.
I think that's for Samika to decide, don't you?
There's no way I'm going back there.
You don't have to go anywhere without me.
-Thank you very much.
-Oh, hello, Sarge.
-Can you believe this?
Someone's just left this poor little mite.
-Is she OK?
-I think so.
-She's my... Foster daughter, Marnie.
So, thank you very much.
I'm sorry, Sarge. But what was she doing on her own?
Between me and you, I got caught short, so I just parked the
buggy up for a minute and then the next thing I know, it's gone.
Er, I don't know. I don't know. I don't know, it just happened.
It was stupid and I shouldn't really have left her for a second.
-Why did you then?
-Because I'm... I'm sorry, OK?
-So, where was it? By the toilets?
Well, she said she found it by this bench.
-The toilets are that way.
-What does it matter?
-Of course it matters.
-I'm here now.
-What would you say if it was someone else?
Yeah, I would probably...
..give them a rollicking.
And she's wet through.
-Excuse me, Sarge.
Do they really need to send all this stuff, just for this?
How long's it been going on?
-This, um, crush on Megan.
Crush? No, no. That's a bit strong.
All right, um, just recently.
-Since you first started the sessions?
Er, no. I did notice her before.
Oh? But now it's stronger?
Look, it's transference, all right? I know.
Yeah, it does sound like that.
Yeah, and I, of all people, should know better.
Well, you know, it's nothing to be ashamed of.
No, I think you'll find it is.
Oh, come on. It can happen to anybody. It happened to me.
-Yeah, but you're more...
I just mean I'm not the kind of person who, you know,
-What? With a therapist or with a colleague?
Look, there's nothing wrong with it. It's perfectly natural.
And it can be quite healthy.
I mean, you know, come on, it's a very intense relationship.
Often, there can be a feeling of oneness.
Yeah, that's it, exactly.
Yeah, so, you know, as long as you're both informed,
you know, you're on the same page, then...
How do you mean "both"?
Well, you know, talk to her about it.
-What? So you're not going to say anything?
You're going to carry on in a state of denial,
-even with your own therapist?!
You know, Sarge, I really should record this incident.
That's a joke, right?
What would you do if I just wandered off and left a child?
I didn't wander off.
I just... I don't understand how this happened.
Look, if it makes you feel better,
I couldn't possibly feel any worse, OK?
I've been a complete and utter pillock,
but I'd like to take Marnie back home now, please.
Sarge, I really think you should be more careful in future.
I will, PC Dyson. No need to worry.
-And she needs changing.
-I know what I'm doing!
I'm on it.
# The wheels on the bus go round and round
# Round and round, round and round
# The wheels on the bus go round and round
# All day long. #
What's going to happen to him?
-He'll need to stay somewhere safe for a few days.
Just until we can stabilise his medication.
-It's my fault, isn't it?
-Why do you say that?
I pushed him to it, didn't I?
-Coming to you!
-You did the right thing.
I should have gone out and sorted it out and found us somewhere to live.
Yeah, well, we can start working on that now.
-I'll help you.
As long as you're sure that's what you want.
Can you really do that?
I can try.
I will have an answer for you, one way or another.
But what if she says no?
-Maybe we'll take her for a bit longer.
-We're temporary carers!
Sorry, Ayesha. I thought you were the magician.
-Do you like magic?
-Rob, are you coping OK?
Why wouldn't we be?