Babe attempts to make amends. One resident is faced with a tough decision.
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You've hardly said a word to me since we left court.
You should never have pleaded guilty, Mick.
This is all down to her.
What choice did I have? Do you know what I mean?
You think I want a trial?
More dough, everyone knowing our business.
And anyway...we're guilty.
QUIETLY: I was only trying to help...
I can't believe they've been in the cells all night.
Do you want me to start work earlier?
There's no point. Can't open up without a licensee there.
They're not going to be sent to prison, are they?
No, course not.
How's Lee taking it?
Couldn't really tell from last night.
I'm really worried about him. He's in a bad place.
When was the last time you guys had some fun,
had a night out?
It needs more than a night out, Johnny.
Yeah, yeah, but it's a start.
Help take his mind off stuff.
Yeah, I suppose. He does miss his mates from the army.
I could arrange a night out with Beanbag and his wife.
There you go.
It would have to be cheap, though.
You're amazing, you know? Best wife ever.
Here comes trouble.
Is everything all right?
What with you being carted off yesterday...
Yeah, all sweet, just a misunderstanding.
Actually, I've got a bone to pick with you.
I had your herring stuff last night
and my tummy's been dodgy ever since...
Sorry to hear about that, Carmel.
Why don't you pop over the pub later?
Quiz night, I'll give you a free glass of wine.
Thanks. I will.
Oh, here we go again.
Dad, what happened?
20 grand fine, that's what happened.
Oh, what? No way!
Did your mum call?
Yeah, I said you were fixing a tap at Tina and Shirley's,
it's all I could think of.
Good boy. Good save.
Yous two, get inside.
Closed boozer on a lunchtime, it's embarrassing.
If L was here, she'd go mental.
Show Babe the door, Mick. She's had her nine lives.
-It's not all her fault, though, is it?
I took my eye off the ball, I didn't clock it.
I'm just as much to blame.
I've decided this one is going to be a rock climber,
speed at which he clambers up them stairs.
Thought you washed that yesterday.
Oh... She um, she spilt another drink.
Sorry, that's not true.
I wasn't going to tell you, but I don't want to lie.
Amy's wetting the bed.
Mick might be giving you an easy ride, but I'm not.
You can't make me feel any worse than I already do.
Do you want to bet?
Why do you think I did it, eh?
I was putting money in the till, not in my pocket!
Mick needed the cash, only you didn't know that, did you?
Cos I was the only one he confided in.
What are you talking about? Why did he need the money?
Nah, he didn't, did he?
You're saying this to save your own neck!
Lee was behind the break-in!
Those thugs with baseball bats...
Lee works with 'em.
-He set the whole thing up.
-You're not serious.
All I've done is try to help this family, like I've done for 50 years!
I'm not the villain, I'm just the scapegoat.
Tell me that Babe's lying, that Lee wasn't behind the break-in.
Don't you knock or nothing?
Why didn't you tell me?!
What was I supposed to do?
Tell the world?
Johnny gets smashed across the nut,
Ollie gets snatched and it's all down to Lee.
Do you think I want people knowing that?
The idiot gets himself in trouble,
in debt, credit cards...
I'm paying off his loans, but the interest is crippling me.
Does Linda know?
No, she doesn't know, and I don't want her knowing either.
I'm going to have to tell her about the fine, though...
I can't get round that...
As soon as I get the smell of that stinking cell off me,
I'm going to slip over to Watford.
So what's going to happen if you can't pay?
Mick had no idea what I was doing.
If he's sent down for it...
-Is anyone serving here?
-Yeah, yeah, all right.
Why do you always have to go too far?
I was desperate to bring in the money, to help him.
I've told Shirley and Johnny, so you might as well know...
-He's thousands in debt.
Crippling Mick, it is...
He was the mastermind behind the break-in we had.
Put his own family in danger for a few quid.
That was all Lee?
Why am I always the last to know?
You and me are always going to be bottom of the pile.
We need to stick together.
Look at you. You're exhausted.
I'll go and sit with Sylvie, give you a break.
CHAIR SCRAPES Sorry, Donna.
How much do you need?
I can only go to 50.
What about that one?
I know the diamond ain't very big in it, but, you know, I love it.
It's only going to be for the next few days, until I get paid.
I can give you 180 for it.
Oh, yeah? Great. Erm...
I'll... I'll pawn both, actually.
I want to treat my husband.
You're enjoying that.
I'm forcing it down.
Where's the girl?
She's a credit to you, they both are.
Her and Shirley.
Course I've always been fond of Shirley, haven't I?
You know that.
You should tell her how much I did for her when she was younger.
She called me her second mum, didn't she?
Shirley. "You're my second mum," she'd say.
I bet she'd want to be reminded of that.
When you see her later, you should bring it up.
Go on, you say it... "You're my second mum, Babe."
"You're my second mum, Babe."
There's plenty she needs reminding of...
Eat your soup.
How are the takings?
Better than Chinese night.
Just the tip of the iceberg, though, ain't it?
Not telling L about Lee...
I've never kept anything from her.
I don't want you going for him either.
Well, I'm not going to let it pass!
You are. I've already told Johnny.
It's the past, it's been dealt with.
The only way we're going to get through it
is if we all pull together, OK?
Oh, I've been so worried. Did you get fined?
I'm going to slip to Watford.
Girls, get them tills singing, please.
What, that much?!
I've banned Babe from the kitchen.
So can you go in there and rustle something up?
You want me in there all night?
What, do you think it's beneath you?
No, I just thought you'd ask Abi, that's all...
I can't afford to pay Abi another shift.
-And I know about Lee and the robbery and all his debts.
Were you involved as well?
No, of course I weren't!
He did something stupid, Shirl, all right?
He knows that. He's hating himself for it.
I hope he keeps on hating himself.
MUSIC: Anyone Who Had A Heart by Dionne Warwick
Look at us -
me doing your mending,
you with nothing to think about but music.
We could be in our teens again.
The nights you'd climb out the window and run off to a dance.
Course, you'd never take me...
You couldn't fit through the window.
Let's not get personal.
Right porker, you were. No wonder no fella would look twice!
That's what you've got.
I remember stuff.
Living here, dependent on Shirley...
In your interest not to remember, ain't it?
Why don't we play a little game?
How many concrete steps did you push her down
when she was pregnant with Mick?
Go on, you must remember that.
Well, let's try another.
How about when you went boozing with your fancy man
and forgot which pub you'd left Tina outside?
You must remember that.
Bawling your eyes out, telling Stan the gypsies had taken her.
I do love taking a trip down memory lane with you.
Mum's tear-drop earrings.
Anything that sparkles.
You broke Mum's heart.
All cos you wanted to impress that fella, and what did he do?
He walked you down by the canal,
steal Mum's earrings and then shoved you in.
And you stood by with your mates and laughed...
Splash, splash, splash!
You should have done everyone a favour and drowned.
Shirley and Tina are mine.
You ain't got no-one.
Drowned, should I?
I'll get your coat.
-We're going for a drive.
I'm taking you to meet Stan.
Dot's going to get drenched collecting the kids in this.
I wish I hadn't told you now.
Don't worry about it too much. I'll buy some rubber sheets.
What, and let it work itself out?
Suppose it don't.
It happens to lots of kids.
I'll have to talk to her.
I'm worried she'll feel ashamed knowing you know.
Ron would have known exactly what to say to her...
What we here for?
You wanted to see Stan.
He'll be along in a minute, he's taking you out.
Where we going?
I haven't done my hair...
Look, there he is, over there.
I can't see.
I'll show you.
Out you get.
It's raining. I'm not getting wet.
Oh, yes, you are.
Get off me!
My ankle hurts, I want to get back in.
Well, you can't!
Open the door! Open it!
You don't get to boss me around any more, you hear me?!
Do you have any idea how much I've always hated you?
Bossing me around as kids, stealing Stan off me...
He was never yours.
I saw him first!
Now you're back and the kids I brought up
are turning their backs on me when all I do,
all I've ever done, is try to help 'em.
What are you doing?! Get off me!
I want to go home.
You ain't going home.
Look at you. You're nothing!
Over there, other side of the canal.
Look, he wants you to go to him.
I can't see him.
Go on, he wants you to swim over.
Stan, I'm coming.
It's nothing to be ashamed of, darling...
All right. It happens to lots of boys and girls.
Best not to think about it too much, though, it'll just make it worse.
Your dad's right.
I remember when your mummy was the same age as you.
She got scared because she thought there was a bear
living under her bed.
She used to have accidents at night, just like you did.
Did she have them for long?
No, because she told me about it.
So every bedtime I crawled under her bed
so that she'd know that there were no silly bears living there,
and she stopped worrying.
What was Mummy like when she was eight?
She used to dance a lot.
She loved dancing.
One day, she was in the garden dancing away
and the boy next door was calling her names.
You know what boys are like.
You know what she did?
She climbed over the fence and jumped on that boy...
..and made him dance with her.
What, did they let you off with a warning?
Total waste of police time...
and they moan about being understaffed.
Talk about cats and dogs.
I know you don't want me in the kitchens tonight,
so how about I go upstairs and do us all something tasty for dinner?
I ain't eating nothing that you cook.
I'll do toad in the hole. Mick loves that.
Well, Mick's not here.
He's gone to Watford to tell Linda what a mess you've got us into.
I take full responsibility, I really do.
I made a terrible mistake,
but I'll make it up to you...
to the whole family.
Cos we are a family, aren't we?
I used to plait your hair.
Remember when it so long you could sit on it?
And your mum got angry with you and grabbed them scissors.
Toad in the hole it is.
Listen, thanks for coming to my rescue.
Amy loved hearing them stories about Roxy.
It's weird to think of Roxy being young and innocent.
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to upset you.
I made those stories up.
There was no bear, no dancing...
The truth is I don't remember Roxy at that age.
It was just before I left Archie, and those years are a haze.
I just told Amy what I thought she wanted to hear.
You're trying to make up for the past, ain't you?
I hope so.
Did you just come through the pub?
-Which of these pop stars is from Sweden?
Lee, Babe has told Shirley and Johnny everything.
Everything about your debts, and you being part of the robbery.
What? Why did she tell them?
It all came out because of them going to court.
They've been fined. So now your dad has to tell your mum.
I literally just seen Johnny and Shirley
and they didn't say anything as I walked through.
Well, I think your dad told 'em not to.
which Swedish group were...?
They're both going to hate me...
No, they'll understand...
You just have to show them how sorry you are.
We should have a night out.
Don't you think?
It's been ages since we had fun.
Fun costs money.
Bianca had a win at the bingo,
so she sent me some.
What? How much?
Right, we should give it to my dad.
Lee, you need a night out. You do.
We both do.
I'm so lucky to have you.
the original cut of which Ingmar Bergman film
runs at 5 hours and 12 minutes?
I know this, I know this.
Mm, yeah, it goes on for ever.
That's Ingrid Bergman, he said Ingmar.
Well, probably the same person, ain't it?
I mean, just put it down...
-I'll be back in the minute.
-Go, go, go.
What Swedish fish is often pickled with mustard, garlic or dill?
I can't believe they locked you up all night. You all right?
I've slept in worse places. What you drinking?
I'm not. I've just come to get Mum.
She's not here.
Well, Babe said she'd sit with her, but they ain't at home.
Well, Babe's upstairs. She's been up there about an hour.
Well, where's Mum?
What are you doing on my bed?
I like it.
You don't think there's a bear under your bed, do you?
Anything else in your room that scares you?
I have bad dreams.
What, about Mummy and Auntie Ronnie?
Do you want to know a secret?
I have bad dreams about them too.
Maybe if you sleep in here tonight...
you won't have them dreams, then.
Come on, then, budge up.
Get under there.
Will you stay?
-I love you, Daddy.
-Oh, I love you, darling.
Lee's still out searching for her.
Kush headed out. He's got Martin with him.
-I should be out there too.
-No, I need you here.
You don't seem that bothered that she's gone missing.
I was bothered the first two or three times it happened...
I did used to look after her, you know.
She wanders off, but she always comes back.
If she's outside in that rain, she could catch pneumonia.
What's happened? Get her a brandy.
She was up by the canal!
Someone found her and they took her to the police,
they've put her in these clothes, cos she was soaking wet.
I-I-I didn't know what to do with her.
What was she doing by the canal?
I don't know.
If it hadn't been for Sonia sewing her address into her clothes,
she'd never have come back.
Stacey told them where we lived.
-What were you thinking of?
Wandering off like that? Tina's been worried sick!
Don't touch me!
VOICE BREAKING: You're going to hurt me.
Did you do this?
Course I didn't.
I left her watching Countdown.
I don't appreciate your tone.
Just cos you're feeling guilty yourself...
What have I got to feel guilty about?!
Everyone knows how much you hate her, your own mother!
You hardly talk to her, and this is what you get!
Is it any wonder Dean turned out the way he did?!
You have got guilt written all over your face.
How could you be so evil?
Evil? You want to talk evil, look at her!
Shirley, I'm sorry, I didn't mean what I said,
but you pushed me into a corner.
I've done nothing wrong!
Go and pack your bags.
You can't chuck me out. Mick won't let you!
Mick isn't here!
# Don't you know that I'm still standing
# Better than I ever did?
# I'm looking like a true survivor
# Feeling like a little kid... #
Sacrifices I've made, secrets...
Never a word of thanks.
After all I've done!
After all you've done?
Johnny, Lee's said that Sylvie's missing.
-It was Babe, she dumped her by the canal.
-Look, I'm not interested in anything you've got to say.
BABE: Get away from me!
Mick. Get her off me.
I caught her with her head in the safe,
nicking the takings.
I was counting it, that's all.
She's got her bags packed up there.
She's got it all wrong.
I'd never steal from you, you know that.
Oh, Mick, you've got to believe me, I...
Shut your mouth, shut your mouth, shut your mouth.
Shirl, go and get her bags.
Yeah, well, don't let her wheedle her way out of this one.
Mick, no! I wasn't stealing, I swear.
Why would I?
I'm the one who's been helping you,
the one you've been confiding in.
Look at what you've done to Sylvie. How could you do that?
I did nothing to her!
It's the dementia, she don't know what she's saying!
SONG: How Soon Is Now?
I was taking the money.
It was cos of Shirl...
You all saw her, saw how she was with me.
I was frightened, terrified of my life.
I-I-I had to get away.
-Robbing us... Robbing us!
-Lee's done worse!
Lee put us all in danger!
Johnny, you got beaten.
That was all Lee, and he's been forgiven!
What am I?
When she went off and abandoned you, it was me who stepped in...
And now you're all over her.
Don't you smile at me!
You should have drowned!
I brought you into this world, Mick,
you and me have always had a special bond.
I love you...
Why doesn't anyone ever love me?
you're everything to me...
No, you've gone too far this time.
You know, I've just left my Linda in tears
over the mess that you've left us in. Tears!
Linda, Linda, Linda!
That's all that matters with you, isn't it?!
The minute she sank her claws into you, I knew I'd lost you!
Stuck up little cow, butter wouldn't melt!
Lee, open that door now! Open that door!
Come here, come here.
Take that nasty mouth and get out of our lives!
You can't turn your back on me! I'll not let you!
Don't you come back here!
Take your rubbish with you!
You can't do this!
It ain't over! I'll be back!
Babe, it's over.
I curse you.
I curse the lot of you.
I hope you lose everything and your precious pub...
I curse you!