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-No Roxy yet?
-No. She's probably still drunk.
-He's just tired.
-No, I'm not tired.
So, can you tell us how she's doing?
All things considered, she's stable. pulse and blood pressure are normal.
-But we'll keep her sedated for some time.
-She's going to be OK?
We're monitoring her lung and brain function.
I should know more when I have the results back.
If only I'd come home earlier.
It's not your fault, Jack.
I'm not there for her, am I? I'm never there for her, Carol.
I don't read to her.
I don't turn my phone off when I've got her round. I make her feel bad for making a mess.
If I can let this happen, what kind of Dad am I?
We've got the Old Bill coming round.
Well, you'll have to deal with them. I'm knackered -
he didn't go to sleep till four.
You don't need me, Phil.
-You've just got to stop acting the tough guy around him.
-Just get Jay, will ya?
What's the time?
Jay, sit down.
Listen, the Old Bill are coming round, all right?
They've already spoken to Jack, so you two have got to get your story straight.
-You shouldn't be carrying things!
-I'm not pregnant.
What's all that, then?
-Well, my friend Siobhan...
Yes, chemo Siobhan, said, if there's one good thing about being ill,
it's that you're allowed to treat yourself.
And she's been going on and on about this new make-up
-And so you've bought the whole range?
Darling, I'm poorly!
It's good to see you like this.
Listen, I know the drill by now. You don't need to baby-sit me today.
Why don't you spend a bit of time with your mates after school?
OK, but you've got to wear that.
I'll give that one to Siobhan.
-See you later.
-See you, darling.
That's what I'm trying to tell you.
-Why can't we tell 'em what happened?
-It looks like we weren't looking after her properly.
-We weren't, though.
-It's not my fault, it your.
Look, I'm not going back to prison, all right?
Mrs B, she's going to be safe, I know it.
I hope so.
OK, so, you got your purse, yeah?
-Cigarettes...and bus pass. You are good to go.
-I couldn't bear it if...
Hey, hey, hey, Mrs B, all right.
The Big Man will look after your people.
It's so lovely to see a young man with faith, Arthur.
Oh! Oh, that reminds me, the vicar.
Would you phone him and say I can't do the squash and the Madeira cake for today's social?
I can't do everything, can I?
Mrs B, it's done and dusted, all right? You just go.
Go and be with Jack.
What's she on about?
She is freaking out about Amy.
No, Reverend Stevens?
Yeah, she... She takes tea and cake and stuff to the social. She wants me to warn them.
Well, why can't we do it? It's a shame for the vicar to miss out, really.
OK, you stay up and I'll go down.
You look really nice today.
-Thanks. Yeah, it's my mum's new make-up.
What's all this, then, anyway?
Er, nothing. It's just an interview.
Have you ever done an interview before?
Amy! My baby! My baby!
My baby! Oi! Oi, get off of me!
-Let me see her, now!
First, you tell me where you've been.
-We've been trying to get hold of you.
-What is wrong with her? What have they said?
-Where were you?
-What have the doctors said?
-No, where were you?
-I went out!
-You know that!
-Yeah, till when?
-Why won't you let me see her?
-You'll be able to go through soon.
Look, Roxy, they don't know if there's any lasting damage until she wakes up.
Any lasting damage? Any las...
What is... What is wrong with her?
-Why couldn't you just have waited for me?
-That's not important right now.
-What time'd you get back?
-About an hour ago. What kind of lasting damage?
You've been out all that time?
-Just leave it, Jack.
-No. Look at the state of her! She stinks of booze.
Is it any wonder we're in here?
Jack, I left her for a little bit, until you came to pick her up!
-Where were you?
-No! Where were YOU?
That ain't the way.
I mean, the course has started, but someone's dropped out, so they've called me for an interview.
-So, what is the course, then?
-It's a...foundation in child care.
They'll be mad not to take you, Whit.
-I'll probably say something stupid, or won't know the answers.
-No, you won't.
Look, with this new makeover, you'll look great, you'll feel like you can take on anything.
-Right, so what you going to wear, then, Whit?
So, what's going on, then?
We found a small buckle fracture on Amy's wrist.
She's going to need a plaster.
OK. Do we know anything else?
Her chest X-ray and blood tests were fine, so her lung function is improving.
I'm still waiting on the CT results for her brain.
OK. Thank you.
This is all my fault, isn't it?
I should've just waited. I should never have gone.
Look at her, Jack.
It's no good thinking like that, Roxy.
No, blaming yourself won't help nobody.
It's true, though, isn't it?
What kind of mother lets this happen?
All right! All right, darlin'?
Eh, eh, eh! All right!
-What you doing?
-I need your help.
Yeah. Why you dressed like some type of newsreader or something?
Fats, are you saying I look stupid or something?
No, no, no, just why you trying to dress like somebody else? People are looking and that.
-You should go after her.
-I'm already on it.
I haven't had a shower yet.
Yeah, well, why don't you go and freshen up?
I'm not going anywhere. I'm not leaving her.
It might be nice for Amy to have some of her things around her.
I am not going anywhere.
Right, well why don't you go back and freshen up?
I don't know, you know...
Amy's going to be sedated for a while now. Go on, take Dot with you.
Jack, just...go and get her some of her favourite toys or something, yeah?
Things she likes. Go on, cos Roxy's here now.
Whit, what happened to the makeover?
Don't you need to get going?
Whit? Whit, babe! Listen, I'm sorry,
-I was being stupid. I really don't mean anything by it.
-What about your interview?
-She's got an interview for that foundation course today.
-I'm not going.
-Because you keep saying I have to look smart,
and you said I look stupid. You're not even talking about the actual interview. You're not helping me.
-Whitney, you've done interviews before.
-No, I haven't!
Come on, the only interviews I've done are...
-In the car.
-Get her in the car.
-Dot taught me all about interviews!
-Didn't expect to see you here.
No, I just, um...
-I thought I'd...
-Listen, you've just missed Jack...
Amy's up in Children's ITU.
The doctors are keeping her under till it's safe to wake her.
I couldn't believe it when Rainie told me. Will she be OK?
Well, they won't know till they wake her. Anyway, it's this way.
No, Carol, I...
-This is family time, you know. I don't want to intrude.
-No, it's fine.
No, really, I just, um... I just came to show Jack some support, so...
Oh, right, well, that's...
That's really good of you.
Frank's been through so much.
Just wait and see now.
Don't blame yourself. This ain't your fault, you know. Mitchells. Don't trust 'em.
-I need to have a word with Ben.
-Yeah, well, he ain't here.
Well, let's have it then.
-What Mitchell excuse have you got?
-They've said everything they need to say, to the Old Bill.
I know. They told me they're treating it like an accident. How could you not have heard anything?!
We were playing Xbox.
Got into a best of ten.
-How often did you check on her?
-You can't check on them every minute.
-Well, she might have brain damage.
We just got into the game. We lost track of time. Didn't we?
Yeah, we did. Yeah.
So, let me get this straight.
You two were playing computer games when Amy was drowning.
That's the story you're sticking with, is it?
-Oi, don't touch him!
-What do you think you're playing at? Where was you all this time?
-It was an accident.
-Oh, yeah? It never happens when they're with Abi or Lauren.
-What's that supposed to mean?
-It means I can trust them.
-Ben, you going to set him straight?
-Oh, what, and you can't trust us?
-What, this pair? Roxy? Ronnie?
Nah, I can't trust any of you lot with my kids, I'm never going to trust you again.
Yeah? Well, Amy's a Mitchell, and Richard's a Mitchell,
so you ain't got a lot of choice about it, have you?
-Oh, hello. What are you doing here?
-I haven't got my days confused? Monday's chemo, isn't it.
-No, no, no, no. I wanted to pop in to see you.
-Oh, right. I'm running late cos my niece had an accident, she almost drowned.
-Oh, no. Is she OK?
We don't know yet. They're waiting for her to wake up. They're all up there. Is Siobhan in yet?
-Take a seat.
-Only, I don't want to miss her, because she's been on all week
about this new make-up range.
Convention, it's called. I brought her a few bits I think she might like.
-I've been lugging them all over the hospital.
-I'm so sorry.
Siobhan got into some health complications overnight,
and they were...too difficult for her to overcome.
-But she was fine.
-Yeah. Yeah. She was doing really well.
I'm so sorry, Tanya. I wanted to tell you myself.
She contracted pneumonia and, as her body was too weak, she...
just couldn't get over it.
She was in a much more challenging stage than you.
I'm so sorry, Tanya.
Do you want a minute? I'll see if they can hold her for a bit longer.
SHE BREATHES HEAVILY
-Tanya? Are you OK?
-No. It's my heart.
-Are you having trouble breathing?
-Yeah, I think I'm having a heart attack. I'm boiling.
Sit here, I'm going to sit here with you, I think you're having a panic attack.
-Get me a doctor, please. Get me a doctor! Get me a doctor!
-No, I'm going to stay here.
Breathe deeply. Breathe deep.
Breathe. OK, breathe. Just breathe.
OK. I'm coming back. Breathe deeply.
Dot, Dot, I can explain. I can explain.
I had a telephone call from Mrs Wilson.
"There is some party going on," she said, and is that gin?
It was Patrick's idea.
They aren't here for Jesus, they're here for...cavorting!
-Oh, Dot, shhhh?
-Everyone, everyone, please!
Please! Attention! Thank you so much for coming.
And thank you for organising it, Mrs Branning.
This is the best church social I've been to for years!
-Why'd you let him push you around, eh?
-I just wanted to tell the truth.
Don't ever let anyone push you around.
Rox, it's me. pick up your phone, will ya?
-I let YOU push me around.
-I said, I let you push me around.
-Well, maybe you should do something about that.
-All right, maybe I will!
-Good! Don't do it with flowers, will ya?
-Oi? What's going on?
-Jack, calm down.
-Well, who's with her?
-What, and you're not keeping an eye, no?
They asked us to come out cos they're doing some stuff.
-I don't know! Will you stop shouting?
-Well, sit up and look like a mother, for once in your life.
-Jack! This isn't the place.
There's no sign of swelling on her brain on the CT scan.
Yeah, what does that mean?
They're going to try and wake her up soon, I think.
I think she's going to be OK.
I'll go and see if they're ready.
-Laying about, as if nothing's happened.
-This isn't the time. Think of Amy.
No, they're going to be a little while yet.
Ms Mitchell? Mr Branning?
I'm from social services. I'll need to speak to both of you.
Mrs Branning, may I have a dance?
I'm awfully sorry, Vicar, but I ain't in the mood
-for dancing, you know, not with poor little Amy suffering.
Well, all right, then, just the one.
I...had a drink with your sister.
-Yes, I think there may be something between us.
Something between you? Are you feeling all right, Vicar?
Mrs Branning, you're very important to me
and...I'd like your blessing,
before I take it any further.
Well, I mean, it ain't nothing to do with me.
I ain't my brother's keeper, nor my sister's, for that matter.
All I can say to you is...
-Thank you, Mrs Branning!
All right? Can I join you?
My Dad's being an idiot about everything.
Not exactly pink and proud.
No, I'm talking about Amy.
What about Amy?
-It's important you know, I have Amy's best interests at heart.
-Yeah, well, so do I.
Doctors found a buckle fracture on her wrist.
-I know. I know, they said.
-It's a recent injury.
Most likely a few days old.
She fell over. She fell over.
There's no record of you bringing her in for any treatment.
I thought it was just a graze. I thought it was nothing, honestly.
-Where did this happen?
-I thought everything was fine.
She stopped crying.
It's 29b Albert Square, yes?
-And you own this property?
No. No, I don't.
I'm having a dispute with the landlord at the moment.
She stopped crying.
But you have a secured tenancy?
No, not at the moment. I know how to handle the landlord, OK?
I'm a really good mum. I am. Honestly, I'm a good mum.
When I get her home, I am not going to let her out of my sight for, like, 25 years, OK?
I completely understand. Look, I've just a few more questions.
-Ben Mitchell, he's your...
-He's my cousin.
He is my cousin and I'm going to kill him when I see him.
-Could you tell me a little bit about him?
-Yeah. What do you want to know?
What kind of person he is.
Has he ever been in any trouble with the law, that kind of thing?
Hope Roxy's giving as good as she gets in there.
I wanted to wait with her. To kind of show I've got her back and that.
Yes, but she doesn't want no fuss.
-So don't make a big deal if she don't get on, yeah?
Hey, sweetheart! You all right?
Me and luscious Lauren here were wondering if you wanted to go watch a film later.
Yeah, or we could go ice-skating. I haven't been ice-skating in ages.
That would be heavy, you know. That'd be heavy.
So...none of you are going to ask me how it went, then?
You know, it's no big deal, is it? You know?
Oh, yeah, right.
Well, I got it, anyway!
-I told you. I told you.
-I can't ice-skate.
Can you tell me a little bit about your role in Amy's life?
I love her to bits. You know, I'd do anything for her.
-I'm a good Dad.
-And you live at...
Actually, just scratch that.
I ain't been a good Dad.
I haven't seen her as much as I should.
I've been distracted, you know, by other things.
I've not given her the attention that she deserved.
Yeah, I've avoided... dealing with some stuff.
But I'm trying.
You know, I'm really trying to be a good Dad.
Yeah, and I've realised that a good dad would tell you
everything about Roxy Mitchell... and her family.
-Mum. Whitney got on her course!
-Oh, that's great.
-Did Siobhan like her make-up?
-Oh, yeah, yeah. She loved it. Yeah.
-Mum, you look tired, why don't you go and have a lie down?
-I'm fine, I'm fine, stop fussing.
You don't have to lie to me. I know it takes it out of you.
-I'm going to the Vic, yeah. Is that OK?
-Yes, of course it is.
-Go and have fun with your friends. Go on.
-See you later. Bye.
-Is she OK?
-I think they're going to wake her up now.
She's going to be OK, I promise you.
-Ms Mitchell? Can I have a word, please?
-What's going on?
I'm doing what I should have done a long time ago.
-I've said all I have to say. I just want to be with my daughter.
-I'd like a word in private, please.
Well, then say it in front of Christian, because he's as good as family.
I'm recommending that you give temporary residency
to Mr Branning, voluntarily, while we investigate further.
-What's she talking about?
-I'm just trying to do the right thing.
No. No, no, he is not having her.
If you don't give up residency voluntarily, then we will take you to court.
It's just a temporary measure.
It was an accident.
I'm not giving up my baby. I'm not.
-Jack, why are you doing this?
-Because she nearly died, Rox!
Because you were late!
She's awake, and making good progress.
Sorry, Rox. Keep her away from the door, will ya?
Just leave her alone.
Carol! Jack! Jack, why are you doing this? Carol?
-You all right, darling? Daddy's here.
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