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Get up there.
HORN BEEPS, VEHICLE APPROACHES
Mother, stash the bat.
What's going on? You expecting the old bill?
L! What you doing here?
You weren't meant to come back till Friday.
Well, we thought we'd surprise you.
Well, you've done that!
Yeah, yeah, he's good.
Yeah. And I love spending time with him, but I really missed home.
Thought you said you had this sorted?
Aidan, he knows where the kids are, and Elaine, so...
The dealer ain't going nowhere.
Are you gonna tell her?
So, how's everything been here?
Why don't you go upstairs, put your old plates up?
You must be shattered.
No, no, no, I'm raring to go!
Do you remember that pub that we went to near Johnny's,
-the one we really liked?
-Yeah, well, I did some digging
and they're bringing in twice the profit we are.
-Lovely manor, weren't it?
-Yeah, well, so's this.
I mean, we need to up our game if we're going to pack 'em in.
And I'm going to start by giving the whole place a good going over.
Listen, listen, funnily enough, me mother
she was just about to scrub the khazis. Weren't you?
You, getting your hands dirty?
It's what I live for.
I mean, what would you rather, spend some more time
with your husband or getting your hand round a Toilet Duck?
Hard decision, I know.
I could get used to this.
Right, I need them back before I pick Lily up from school.
That's a bit early, Stace, innit? I've got the day off work.
-Like the whole day.
-Well, I need 'em back before dinner.
I'm sure you can find some other way to occupy yourself.
-Hang out with your new mate?
You mean Hayley?
You a bit jealous?
Do me a favour! Have you seen her?
Actually, she did give me her number.
What's that, a prison number?
Oh, so you are jealous, eh?
I don't care, Martin.
I might just do that.
Mmm! What's got into you?
What, I can't give my missus a cheeky little squeeze?
Oh, yeah, you sure that's all you're after?
Well, Mother can manage down here, eh. 20 minutes.
It's gonna take that long?
Well, that was quick.
Did you even do under the rims?
I can clean a bog, it ain't exactly rocket science.
If you want something doing...
What about our little reunion upstairs?
There's plenty of time for all that.
Why don't you do the bottling up? I'll do the bogs.
What are you hiding from me?
-I know you, Mick Carter.
You've probably let the cleaning slide all week.
Please tell me you checked every inch!
Of course I did.
Well, you might as well let me help you.
Look, if you want to help, get upstairs and get that bed warmed up.
Unless you've changed your mind?
Want me to give you a hand?
No, no, you've got other stuff to be getting on with.
Go on, both of you.
You might want to empty this bag from time to time,
before it grows legs and walks itself to school!
Tongue in, Billy, I can hear you drooling from here.
Thanks for this, Mel.
You owe me.
Mel, I was wondering if maybe I could just stay for a couple
more nights, you know, just till I get back on my feet?
Got a reason to be going through my stuff?
If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.
There was a bad smell.
Oh, Sharon. Hi.
No, no, panic over.
No, no, it wasn't burglars, no.
We do need to update the CCTV though and line up some muscle on the door.
There's a ton of washing up in the sink.
You've got nothing better to do.
Yeah, no, of course.
Well, it doesn't need to be that drastic, really...
So then it's OK if Ingrid picks up mine with Ricky, yeah?
Yeah, yeah, no problem.
It's just that I really need to be doing some extra hours,
you know, now that...
Well, you know.
Friend of yours?
-Oh, listen, they're just old mates, that's all.
She wouldn't even look at him twice, would she? Especially now.
I didn't mean that.
It's none of my business any more, Jack.
Have a good day.
-Least you have some uses.
Listen, I've been thinking about your security problems.
No, I'm on to it.
-Yeah, but if you needed any help.
And my sofa is a one-night-only deal, Billy,
so if I were you, I'd get job hunting.
Come on. I've got the candles out. Bit of squirty cream!
What's wrong with it?
It's a blockage. I ain't had time to call the plumbers or nothing.
But I wouldn't worry yourself about that, really...
Oh! Mother must have worked her magic!
Come on, don't make me get all caveman and drag you up the stairs.
Arthur, if I ever try to give you advice about women, ignore it.
Sorry. I had to drop Tyler at his dad's.
Don't mind just me, do you?
How could you not notice?
We had a bit of a nutty crowd in last night, you know.
I think it was a work do.
Weren't the usual punters. It's a one-off.
Yeah. You know, little bit of Columbian now and again,
-it goes with the territory.
-Not in my pub!
Well, we'll keep the place clean. We'll have eyes like hawks.
No, that ain't enough.
Right, you let this slide once,
word gets round that we're soft on drugs and I'm not having that.
Honey, do you know if this electrician is any good?
No, I just put them up.
You all right, after...?
Yes, I'm fine.
Jay, what's happened?
-He got mugged.
-It's no big deal.
Of course it is! That must've been awful!
I ain't no electrician, but I've done some odds and sods,
if you want me to take a look?
Look, if I wanted your help, I would've asked for it, all right.
You all right? Don't usually work mornings?
I was just checking out the jobs.
How're the kids?
I'm getting myself together, you know.
Maybe you could start by having a wash.
Anyway, good luck with the job hunt.
William needs some new trainers.
I've put them up in the toilets an' all.
I might have to have a word in a minute.
So what do you think?
I like it. Very classy.
Yeah, I really like the chandeliers, you know, bit of old-school glamour.
Do you want another?
Go on, then.
Might as well make the most of gaps between FaceTime debriefs
with Mein Fuhrer.
This meant to be funny?
Am I laughing? Use the alleyway from now on.
Get us a beer.
Or do I need to report back about the bad service in here?
Now get out of my sight.
LOUD CONVERSATION CONTINUES
What can I get you?
Oh, yeah, Mick said.
I'm his wife, Linda.
Like he told you, we're not after any consultants, so...
Oh, no, things have changed.
I'm reopening the club on Turpin Road.
Sharon never mentioned selling.
Oh, no, she hasn't.
I'm just managing it for her.
Anyway, she suggested I pick your brains.
We're sorting out the security in the club.
Have you ever used anyone good on the door?
We've never needed anyone.
What, private parties, New Year's Eve?
I run a tight ship.
Is that why you need that?
Did you want a drink?
Maybe another time.
You know her?
Yes, I do.
Get yourself a drink and I'll fill you in.
Might take longer than one session though!
Ain't a crack pipe, it's a chipolata, love, get it down ya!
You didn't actually say that, though, did you?
Well, yummy mummies giving me the evils cos it ain't organic!
-Oh, right, you're not into that, then, no?
Right rip off!
Yeah, I suppose so.
Arthur, don't run off, mate.
Arthur, come here, mate.
Didn't you bring wipes?
Yeah, there should be some in the bag.
-Come on, come on. Let's go and sit down. Daddy's trod in dog poo!
S'cuse me! You got a wet wipe?
Come on don't tell me you ain't never had a code brown!
Here you are.
Just typical, this, innit? I'm sorry.
What you doing later?
There's a stay-and-play on at the children's centre at half one.
-You know, I would, it's...
-Oh, come on.
Toys are covered in gob, but there's a mini football pitch! Football!
Be just like his daddy.
Don't be boring.
Yeah, all right, yeah. For a bit.
-You've got 30 seconds!
Put me in charge of security.
-Why would I do that?
-Because I know this place inside out.
No, I don't need you.
Mel, new CCTV is going to cost you an arm and a leg,
as is getting a new doorman from one of them specialist agencies.
I can get you a better, cheaper crew.
Come on, Mel.
I've got two kids over the road I've gotta provide for. I need this.
You find me our first doorman by the end of the day and we'll talk.
I'm going to have a word. I mean, new custom's all very well,
-but not if it scares off the regulars.
-L, just leave 'em.
All right, boys. Let's calm down, shall we?
We don't want to peak too soon, do we? All right?
-Right, get out!
Go on! Do you not hear me? Do you see what that says?
You come back again, I'll call the police.
-Come on, get out!
-Yeah, come on, then, boy!
I'd like you out!
I weren't just imagining it, was I?
The lot of 'em, high as a kite?
I dunno. Maybe.
Two days in a row, that's no coincidence, that's a pattern.
You come back and I'll stick your head down there an' all!
And I want you out, now!
Boss don't like seeing good gear go to waste.
Have a word.
It's been going on for a few days, I'm going to sort it.
-You've seen him before?
Who's the boss, Mick?
Yeah, it's all under control.
Actually, Les, I was just wondering
when you were going to be sending in a full-time manager?
No, yeah, yeah, it can wait a few weeks.
Yeah, yeah, that's absolutely fine.
All right, Les.
All right, well, you give my love to Pam.
All right, bye, Les.
We shouldn't have taken that ring!
If we hadn't, then we wouldn't still have this place!
Yes, but it ain't ours, is it? It's his!
You know, we're selling his drugs.
What's next? A brothel in the back room?
-No, no, it ain't.
Cos it's more likely to be another robbery, you know, more guns.
Is everything all right?
Oh, yeah, tickety-boo!
Mick had no choice.
I'd like to be alone with my husband, please.
It's all right, Mum.
-What was I supposed to do?
-Stand up to him!
All right, it's not just our license, Mick, it's our home!
-We can't let this go on.
We have to.
I didn't tell you that The Albert's closed.
-He's going to ruin us, ain't he?
And you and me both know what that animal is capable of.
I'm in property, not security.
Yeah, but I thought you might know someone.
If I did, don't you think I'd be round there myself?
Listen, me and Mel go back a long way, all right?
Could put in a good word for you.
Oh, what? A ringing endorsement from you?
Don't want to put her off!
Keanu! You're fit.
You work out?
-No, no, Keanu!
-I didn't mean it like that.
Kath, this was left outside,
I think the delivery guy was in a bit of a rush.
-Oh, right. Thanks, Kush.
-You all right with that?
-You ever thought about working in a nightclub?
-On the door, security.
-No, not really.
-It's not my thing, to be honest.
-Kush, you'd love it!
All the power, first dabs at all the fit birds.
-Well, I'm engaged.
-But you could still window shop.
Yeah, it's a no, Billy. Thank you anyway.
Listen, thanks for this, all right.
-Every electrician I looked up was booked.
-Not a problem.
Can't believe you know all them lame songs.
Well, it's not my first rodeo.
Look, I should really be getting 'em back.
What? I thought we was gonna get him an ice cream.
It's just that Stacey don't really like 'em sort of eating that
-kind of stuff before dinner.
-Didn't have you down as a doormat.
Don't do everything she says, do you?
Well, what's one little ice cream, then, eh?
It's not going to hurt, is it?
It's our last night together for a while, innit?
So I thought we could go out.
Curry, maybe? Or drink?
No, no, we can do another DVD, I don't mind...
I don't mind which one. Honestly, I don't.
Yeah, OK, that sounds good.
All right, all right, Dee. I'll see you later, bye-bye. Bye.
You all right?
Listen, I'm going to talk to Stacey, but just so you know,
I'm not going to be around to see Arthur for a while.
Darius is having a bit of a tough time,
so I said I'd go and stay with him for a bit.
How's Denise with that?
Well, you know Dee. She's an independent woman.
You still in one piece, then?
Once you get to know her, she's all right.
So that's what you've been doing, is it? Getting to know her?
No, sometimes you've gotta shake things up a bit, ain't ya?
You all right? I got us all one.
And don't kill me,
but I got Arthur something for his dinner. He chose it!
I did say I'd have 'em back, though, you know.
I've bought it now.
I ain't got money to burn, you know?
Come on, it only takes 15 minutes.
It's good for him, innit? Spend time with his dad.
Oh, go on, then.
Better be organic, though.
Yeah, that's right, Big Ed.
Used to work at the R&R in Walford.
Sorry, he's what?
He couldn't've been more than 40!
Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
And I'm genuinely sorry for your loss.
I don't suppose you know anyone else who could work
a door as cheap as him, do...? Hello?
Anything I can help you with?
Not unless you were 20 years younger
and pumped full of steroids, Kath.
Billy? Is that nightclub job still going?
-Good, I'll take it.
What made you change your mind?
Sometimes you need to shake things up a bit.
It's gonna be OK.
-What's up with him?
-You all right?
Too many light ales.
No, no. He's not been drinking.
Call an ambulance!
And you really let Tyler do this? Like, choose his own dinner?
Well, once a week!
Oh, come on. That's strawberry, one of his five-a-day.
All right, all right! Easy, easy!
OK, you win!
You win, I think, yeah?
Just watch him while I tidy myself up?
Yeah, course, course.
It's all right, mate.
Shall we have some of this jelly?
Did you hear something?
Are you sure you know what you're doing?
It ain't easy in the dark.
Yeah, well, you know, get used to it after a while.
Actually, something did just creak.
Yeah, definitely, yeah.
Let's just get this done, yeah?
There you go.
Nice one! Thanks for that, mate.
That wasn't open before.
You're too easy, mate! You're too easy!
Thanks for that.
I got a few more jobs need doing, if you're interested?
Don't worry, you'll be all right, son.
So, Kush, have you done this kind of work before?
I stay in shape, though.
Well, there's still time to train you up before the relaunch, I suppose.
OK, you're on.
OK, thank you.
-Billy, you're in.
Head of security?
But there's always room to work your way up.
The thing is, though, I'm going to have to find some new digs,
and if I'm going to be busy working here...
You can stay on the sofa, for now.
I'll dock your rent from the wages.
If they find out he was bang on it in here,
-the police'll be all over the gaff.
-Is that all you can think about?
The less we tell them, the better.
What if he was one of our kids?
Right, I'll deal with this.
She ain't stupid.
How long's he been like this?
OK, well, has he taken something?
If he has, we need to know.
You've got some...
Maybe we should...get the kids back.
Stacey'll be worried.
Yeah, right barrel of laughs she is, ain't she?
Maybe we could do this again?
KNOCK ON DOOR
All right, Stace, it's fine...
We had a call from your wife, concerned
because you haven't returned your children at the agreed time.
Can we come in?
What did you tell them?
I was always going to bring 'em back.
-What you call the old bill for, eh?
-It's all right, it's OK.
You got really lucky this time, didn't you, Martin?
So what exactly has he done wrong?
If we get a call about an aggravating circumstance,
we have to check it out.
Dad feeds his kids, crime of the century!
Oh, is that what he was doing, is it?
Anyway, it's none of your business.
Martin, what was I supposed to do?
You didn't bring 'em back on time, you ain't answering my calls.
I don't have to justify myself.
Oh, yes, you do!
If you can't deal with matters amicably, you'll need to get
solicitors involved, formalise how you work this stuff.
There you go.
What did I ever do to you that was so bad?
I am so sorry, this is all my fault.
She didn't have to do that.
She must really hate me.
Did they say if he's going to be all right?
They don't know.
If you told 'em the truth, I'd get it...
I couldn't do it.
No-one's going to ask more questions.
It's not over though, is it?
Aidan's not gonna stop until we're finished.
Lil, are you in the bath yet?
KNOCKING ON DOOR
Done good, didn't I?
-His little face...
He was so cut up.
Don't go soft.
Well, he's the father of my child.
But can you just go now, just go.
Well, I guess I'll see you around, then.
No, I doubt it.
Never say never.
This place ain't as much of a dump as I thought.
We're Slaters, ain't we? Fight dirty when we have to.
There ain't no shame in that.
I'll see you, cuz.
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