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Who's my da? What happened to him? Where is he now?
She's not going to tell, she never does.
I want to know the truth.
I need a base, and I've chosen a nightclub - Chrome?
If this is cancer,
then you're going to have a hell of a fight on your hands.
It was one time, one mistake.
You deserve what's coming to you.
And what about Stella and the wean, eh?
Do you think they deserve it?
You and Zinnie? Get out. Can we just talk about it?
CHEERING ON TV
Has anyone seen my psychology notes?
Hello! I've got an essay to finish.
What are you doing? Oh, so I'm not invisible then?
Want to give us it back? Have you seen my psychology stuff?
No. Well, someone's moved them.
Lighten up, you, it's nearly Christmas.
Doesn't change the fact I've got a deadline.
What are you doing?
Christmas shopping. What do you want?
My money. I want the money you owe me.
I don't have it right now.
Well, when do you think you will? Soon. I'll have some of it, anyway.
But you've got money for presents?
Enough for the little things.
D'you want the rest of us to go without?
KNOCK ON DOOR
STEVIE: Please, just talk to me.
I know you're in there.
Ow! That didn't hurt, Ruby.
Do it properly.
Ow! That was not sore!
Watch you don't make it frizzy.
You making tea?
# Why am I still going?
# I don't know
# Linthouse Urban Village
# Do what you like
# It's a listed building
# Do what you like
# Linthouse Urban Village
# Do what you like... #
What you up to?
Somebody should be a wee bit more careful.
Do you like motors?
Kind of, aye.
You know Bob, don't you? That's his garage.
Right, the day. First game since we joined the league.
I'm a bit nervous, are you?
There's, erm, somebody coming to see you today.
I know a guy that knows a guy.
It's a good thing, isn't it?
Don't worry. You play the way you've been playing
and I'm sure he'll be impressed.
Drew, where you going?
Should I even ask what you are doing?
Picking my top three, my best of the best, my EPS.
The what nows?
Elite Pie Selection.
Exactly how much coffee have you had?
I know what you're thinking... Hmm.
You're thinking, "AJ, you've got strength in depth.
"Why not go in with your whole repertoire, blow their minds?"
Uh-huh. How did you guess?
See, the thing is, laser focus, key in these situations.
I'm just going to come out and say this.
But I have literally no idea what you are talking about.
Mario Stark... Stark's Delis? I'm meeting him today.
Ah, hence the suit.
What, you think it's too much? No, no, I think you look dapper.
He's got ten branches and he's opening ten more.
A deli empire.
Exactly. This could be massive for us.
I see that.
Plus, I don't want to let Eileen down.
She set up the meeting.
Of course she did.
What do you want?
He's here to see Drew. What for?
We've got a big game today. Who are you, Alex Ferguson?
We need him. He's the best we've got.
Is that right?
There's a scout coming to see him.
He's wasting his time. Caitlin!
Is it all right if I go up and have a chat with him?
You want to go up there?
KNOCK AT DOOR Drew, you got a minute?
What was all that about?
Was it me talking about the scout?
What happened there? Nothing!
Can I have a look?
No, get off me!
Were you in a fight?
Drew, who did that to you?
Nobody. What's it to you? What are you even doing here?
I'm here to see what's going on.
I don't care. Leave me.
Go, get out!
Will you all just shut up?
Does your ma know about that?
Don't tell her.
I can't pretend I didn't see this. Please, don't say anything.
It's nothing, we were just mucking about.
You and your pals?
Aye, very clever.
It's not like that. It was an accident.
I tell you what.
You stay out of trouble and away from car windows... I promise.
Keep coming to football where I can keep an eye on you,
and...I won't say anything.
What was that all about?
Nothing, I was just seeing if he was going to play today.
Why have you got such an interest in my son?
I look out for all the boys in my team.
But what's in it for you?
Look, I've not got time for this.
Is it such a bad thing that he's looking out for Drew?
Drew doesn't need anybody to look out for him. He's got me.
Aye, but... What?
Look, when he goes out that door,
you don't know what he's getting up to any more than I do.
And it's not as if you ever ask him about it, is it?
They've asked me to join the practice.
They want me to go full-time, permanent contract,
no more locuming.
When did this happen?
And you didn't mention this because...?
You were busy.
Yeah, I know, it's a big commitment.
I mean, I'm flattered, obviously, but...
I just don't want to rush into anything.
It's like you're not keen on the idea.
Well, I mean... What?
It's going to be a lot more stress and aggravation, isn't it?
All the extra admin and paperwork and...
Did I mention the extra admin?
Something tells me it's not MY workload
that's your primary concern here.
OK, see if today's meeting goes really well,
word starts to spread, who knows how quickly the business could grow?
And? This time next year we could be millionaires?
I just thought, with a fresh start and everything,
that you'd want to be involved in some way.
Is that such a crazy idea?
Yes, yes, it is!
But wouldn't it be great if we could share in something?
Partners in crime...or pies, as the case may be.
AJ, you know I'm behind you on this.
Which, you know, I appreciate.
Behind me is great, I love having you behind me.
But beside me - that would really be something, wouldn't it?
Equal partners, or you as my boss?
Well...as the creative force behind the whole thing...
Look, this is YOUR dream, AJ, and it's lovely.
I mean, it's a bit silly, but very lovely.
I hope it comes true, but it's not mine.
Anyway, I told them I'd need some time to think about it.
I need to get a move on.
Before you go, will you listen to what I'm going to say today?
I'm sorry, I can't, I need to go. It'll take five minutes. Six, tops.
I'm sure you'll be great. Let me know how it goes.
What you up to?
Looking for a job.
About time, too.
Have you tried the shop down the end of the road? I suppose.
Maybe the cafe. Here, have you thought about baby-sitting?
I do enough of that here.
Well, what would your dream job be?
I mean, I know it wouldn't be easy.
Maybe you should be a bit more realistic, sweetheart.
Maybe you could try the health centre, eh?
They might be looking for a new receptionist or something.
You think they'd take me on? Doubt it.
You never know.
You need to believe in yourself, stay positive,
and don't take no for an answer.
She'll not be thanking you later on.
Worst thing you can do is get their hopes up.
There's no danger of that round here, is there?
DOOR OPENS Where d'you think you're going?
Who with? Nobody.
Are you off out with that Patrick?
No. Wait - what do you care?
I don't like him.
You keep yourself out of trouble, you hear me?
As if I've not got enough to worry about.
What did he say to you? Who?
Don't you worry about what he said.
You just make sure you stay out of trouble.
Not strong enough.
You all right?
I'm fine, in a "I'm so hungover I cancelled three appointments
"and feel like I'm going to die" kind of way.
Och, it's a boy in my football team.
I think he's been fighting.
OK...but how's this your problem, and now my problem?
You're only his football coach.
I thought with you and Finn...
You think I'm an expert on troubled teenagers?
Aye, something like that.
Have you talked to his parents?
His dad's not about and his ma, well...
I think she's half the problem.
I want to help, I just... I don't know what to do.
What about social services?
I could set you up with Sandra, Finn's social worker.
No, thanks, I'd rather keep him out of the system, know what I mean?
If I could just get him to talk to me...
You want to get a teenage boy to talk about his feelings?
You've got more chance of getting me to talk about football.
Aye, that's it all sorted. Aye, everything's fine.
Aye, just a new tyre and that's it.
Aye, I'm open till half-five... See you then.
He's, erm... Hang on a sec.
I'm not here.
He's no' here...
D'you know how long you'll be? What?
He'll not be back for a while. Sorry.
Aye, will do. Take care.
Wow. Could you be any more smooth?
I'll give you a hand. I'm fine.
Gonnae put that doon? But...
Will you please just hear me out?
Morning. What can I get you?
Nothing. You didn't go for your biopsy, did you?
I called the clinic when the results didn't come through.
Did I not make it clear how important it is?
The sooner we find out what's going on...
I just cannae do it on my own, OK?
But what about...? Stevie doesn't know about the lump.
I just found out he cheated on me.
Stella, I'm so sorry.
I don't know why I said that, man. It's OK.
He really picked his moment, didn't he?
What a charmer(!)
Listen, about this test...
I just cannae...
Yes, you can. You've got to. You don't think about him.
You need to think about yourself and think about the baby.
I can call the clinic and find out if they can squeeze you in today.
Now, is there someone who can go with you? Your mum?
I think I know someone I can ask.
It's all right, I wasn't doing anything anyway.
You want a cup of tea?
Och, no, thanks.
I don't know if you know about me and Bob.
I was just... Has he said anything about me?
No. It's not the sort of thing that we would...
Aye, sorry, you must think I'm a total sad case!
I'll leave you in peace.
Can I ask YOU a question? It's about Drew.
I told him about the scout coming to see him.
I thought he'd be excited.
I suppose after last year...
How, what happened?
He had scouts fighting over him, promised him all sorts.
Caitlin had it all worked out -
the house he was going to buy her, the villa in Spain.
He had trials?
Aye, he had a kind of deal with a club, but it never worked out,
he got dropped.
There was no warning or anything.
The scouts weren't interested after that.
He took it really hard.
Aye, nae wonder.
Is he in the hoose?
No, he went out. Don't know where.
Listen, it's great that you're wanting to help,
but...I know Drew.
If you push him, you might do more harm than good.
Hi, my name's Jenny McLean.
Hi. They'll call your name when it's your turn.
I'm not a patient. I'm looking for a job
and I'd like to work here at the health centre.
Right, well, that's not my department.
Erm, I can type, I want to learn and I'm hard-working.
Good for you. If you'd just give me a chance to prove myself,
you'd see that I would be a real asset.
I'm sure you would be...
I think you'll find that anything I lack in experience
I more than make up for in energy and enthusiasm.
You have to get out of my way. I've got patients to see.
You'd better keep some energy up for the game.
Here, I want to talk to you about something.
Where you going? Ho!
What did you say to her? Who?
My ma? Nothing.
Liar! I know you said something. All of a sudden she's on at me to keep out of trouble.
I never said anything.
Look, Drew, I know what happened with the scout last year.
I spoke to Ellie.
What? Gonnae just listen to me?
Who else have you told? Nobody.
Stay out of my business!
It's got nothing to do with you, all right?!
Don't be late for the game.
You need to watch that comfort eating.
There's cuddly and then there's...
Ellie, the elephant.
It's just been about 20 years since somebody called me that,
I'd almost forgot what it felt like.
We all need a bit of tough love from time to time.
So, what's Patrick's story anyhow?
I don't know.
You telling me Bob never mentioned him?
He's just a decent guy. Aye!
He is, and he didn't have it easy.
What d'you mean? Nothing.
Shall I go and ask Bob? No.
I don't know all the details, right,
but I think he was in prison for a few years.
What is it? What's happened?
You were in the jail.
Are you denying it? No.
Well, you never told me and you never told Drew.
It's not something I'm going to shout from the rooftops, is it?
Look, I was on my way out. So what did they put you away for?
That's none of your business.
It was for a couple of years, wasn't it?
Must have been something serious.
Are you trying to be some kind of role model, is that it?
I'm not trying to be anything.
Aren't they supposed to set a good example?
Look, what happened with me...
It helps me see where boys like Drew are coming from
and where they might end up.
Boys like Drew? What's that supposed to mean?
You saying my boy's heading for the jail?
I wasnae saying anything,
just...he's needing a wee bit more support than he's getting.
I give that boy all the support he needs!
What gives scum like you the right to call me a bad mother, eh?
I didn't call you anything.
You stay away from me and stay away from my son.
I mean it - no football, no nothing.
Hiya, come on in.
I hope I'm not disturbing you.
No, I'm just having a wee tidy.
I was going to pop in last week,
but I thought I'd let you settle down after the honeymoon.
How was it?
It was gorgeous, thanks. Cal loved the beach. Aw!
So, erm, I'm normally dressed by now.
No need to apologise, darling. You're a lady of leisure.
Lady of boredom, more like.
You not enjoying putting your feet up?
Well, the first week was all right, but...
Och, I'm dead lucky, actually.
I worked right through my pregnancies.
I needed to keep my mind occupied or...
Maybe it's just the way I'm wired.
I know what you mean.
So, erm, Alex isn't here.
Early meeting in town.
I should have called ahead.
I just wanted to talk to him about Chrome.
Oh, I've been helping him out. Did he not mention it?
Aye, yeah, of course he did.
Me and computers, we just don't get on.
Once I've got it, I've got it, but...
Well, do you want me to talk you through it?
Or, if you want, I could come down to the club
and show you how it all works? No, I don't want to put you out.
Do you know, I was going to go into town anyway.
I could meet you in the club in a couple of hours?
That would be really kind.
There's your 20p change.
Don't go spending it all at once now,
and if you do, come back here and spend it in this shop! I will do.
All right, Stella?
You all right over there?
Where you off to?
You didn't just come in to help me with the stocktake, did you?
Well, I was just wondering if...
I know what you want to talk about.
It's Stevie, isn't it? Bubba told us.
I cannae believe it. What a swine. No, that's not it.
What's happened, Stella?
I found a lump.
I'm supposed to go for a biopsy, but I was just wondering if...
When is it? Half an hour.
I'll get my coat.
MUSIC ON RADIO
MUSIC ON RADIO
Ham roll and a coffee. How hard is that to remember?
Oh, right, fair enough. What about tuna?
Aye, get us a packet of crisps and all, eh?
Salt and vinegar. Cheers.
Right, fine, I'm sorry for calling you a muppet, all right?
See you in a bit.
'I'm sorry but the person you've called is not available.
'Please leave your message after the tone.'
BEEP Drew. It's Patrick. Where are you?
Gonnae give me a call when you get this?
In summary, what we can offer is you a premium product,
a healthy profit margin
and a range of delicious fillings exclusive to your delis.
What do you think?
You didn't like it?
Either that or you've got indigestion
and right now, I don't know which is worse.
It was very polished and professional.
That's a bad thing?
You're selling pies, not financial services.
What, so it was boring?
Well, if this pie was as dry as your sales pitch,
I wouldn't be having another piece.
Don't hold back, Eileen! Say what you really think.
I thought that's what you wanted.
What, so now I'm dry and boring? How did that happen?
No, no, you're charming and likeable.
See, that's more like the feedback I was after.
You don't need a slick sales pitch, just be yourself.
Just show him that you're somebody that would be easy to work with.
That you're competent, reliable...
Charming and likeable. Mm-hm.
And lose the suit. Smart-casual all the way.
Can't be long now.
Thanks for being here.
Don't be daft. It's no trouble.
I just cannae stop thinking about what would happen if...
I know I shouldn't, but...
It's one thing to be positive, but it's OK to be scared an' all.
Worst thing you can do is bottle it all up, believe me.
I feel like my life isn't my own any more.
As if it's out of my hands. And without Stevie, I'm...
Scarlett, I just don't...
You're not going to be on your own, all right?
I'm not going to lie to you, Stella, but these places still give me
the heebie-jeebies, know what I mean?
The heebie-jeebies, aye? Who even says that any more?
Me. I get them all the time.
I'll be right here.
Where have you been?
The game's about to start.
What you doing?
Are you on something?
What?! Are you on something?
No. Are you?
Listen, I can play or I can go home, it's all the same to me.
You're not going out there
till we find out what's going on. Fine by me. I'll see you later then.
But we're talking about this after the game.
This is going to be bad for business.
Och, I don't know.
Maybe we just need a new slogan, like,
"Montego Motors, we'll make your car problems disappear...
"along with your car."
I think we're done for the day.
I'd say so.
You don't want to go to The Ship though, do you?
Because of him?
I'm not changing my local.
Cheers, boys. Thank you.
So, once you've worked out your takings for the week,
you put the total in here.
And then you press "OK".
Takings for week...
..and press OK. That's it.
What are you doing here?
Don't you dare give her a hard time.
I needed a computer lesson.
Don't worry, I'll make sure she gets home safe.
So how's things with you?
Fine, good. I tell you one thing, son,
you've got a right smart cookie on your hands here.
She's putting me to shame.
You picked it up faster than I did.
I don't believe you for a minute, but thanks for saying so!
What the hell just happened out there?
You could've seriously hurt that boy. I was going for the ball.
You weren't, you were charging about like an idiot.
You worried what the scout's going to think?
Did you get sent aff on purpose? No!
Sorry, right, maybe I shouldn't have got the scout to come.
Well, he'll not be back. Och, I don't care.
Aye, you dae!
I was only there to make you look good,
but now you just look like an idiot.
You seriously think that's why...?
Look, I don't know what's going on with you the now, right,
but I've been there.
No, you havenae.
I'm sorry, right, I'm sorry.
I know that cut on your arm wasn't an accident. So what was it?
A fight at school, what?
You don't know what you're talking about.
Do I no'? Somebody kicks off and you cannae back down?
You don't know what you're talking about! Who was it then?
Nobody cut me, all right? I cut myself! See!
What have you got to say about that, eh?
No, I didn't think so.
What can I get you?
You all right?
You seem nervous.
I suppose it's handy for work, eh?
Moving in upstairs.
Or have I got my wires crossed?
I heard Stella kicked you out.
She did, aye.
With a baby on the way and all. Shame, that.
I'll get these. No, no, you won't.
He's getting them.
Is that right?
No, you don't. Come here.
Where were you?
All this time?
Hey, I asked you a question.
Are you not going to ask how we got on?
Doesn't matter. That was your last game.
No more football. No!
I don't like that Patrick and I don't want you around him.
It's no' up to you.
Aye, it is. You're 15 and you do what I tell you.
Do you know he's been in the jail?
I'm just doing my job, son. Protecting you.
I don't need protecting. At least he's trying to help me.
Help you? He doesn't give two hoots about you.
KNOCK AT DOOR Yes?
I registered here at the surgery,
so I could make an appointment to see you.
You don't give up, do you? Not when I really want something.
Before you launch into your big spiel again,
you need to understand that I am not involved in any of the staffing.
But could you put in a good word?
Why do you want this so badly?
I need the money.
I had some saved up but, long story short,
I need a tutor to help me with my chemistry.
You want a job to pay for a tutor?
Not to buy shoes, or handbags, or going out?
I want to do better.
Right. To be a doctor.
Can you get the grades?
Hopefully. But I definitely need help.
I tell you what, I can't give you a job,
but I could give you some chemistry lessons.
I'm not sure that's a good idea.
What? Vitamin B, a white wine chaser, sorts you right out.
I've got this hairdressing thing tonight.
Do you fancy chumming me? Och, no, I'm not in the mood.
No wonder. Has he actually said that he's hurting himself?
He showed me the scars.
OK. So this...?
Drew? Hang on, Drew McLean?
That's why I didn't want to say anything.
You know what his ma's like.
Like a total nightmare, but horribly real.
That's why I don't want to get her involved.
She's the reason that he's hurting himself.
He actually said that?
Well, it's obvious.
Is it, though? I mean, how well do you know him?
I'm sorry, but I think you need to tell his mum.
Aye, because that's not going to be a disaster(!)
I mean, can you imagine it?
But what if he made a mistake, like cut himself too deep
and ended up killing himself? That's what I'm worried about!
And if I tell her, it could push him over the edge.
Patrick, you are not qualified to deal with this.
He needs proper professional help.
I'm just going to phone Sandra and see if... No, right?!
I need to hear it from him first.
Look, I get it - you've made a connection
and you want to fix this by yourself.
But he's not you, Patrick.
And whatever way you look at this,
it's a completely different situation.
Have you got a wee minute?
You here to apologise?
Erm...no, I was wanting to talk to Drew for five minutes.
No, you don't. Not five minutes, not five seconds.
And he's not playing football any more either.
So, how did you get on with my mum?
Did she ask you to go in or did you offer?
Why does it matter?
I'm just wondering.
I offered. She'd stopped by to see you.
Look, a couple of hours here and there's not going to do any harm.
And see to be honest, I felt better for it.
So you're planning on doing more?
I don't know. Maybe.
It was nice to feel needed.
When were you going to tell me she was helping out at Chrome?
I didn't want you thinking about the club
when you were supposed to be loved-up on honeymoon.
But why is she helping you?
You said she was worse than Billy.
She's my mum.
She just has a way of getting what she wants.
Remind you of anyone?
Look, I like the fact that she's about in our lives.
It might be a good thing. At least she's making an effort.
Uh-huh. I better go.
Hey, you not forgetting something?
Sorry. See you later.
All right, mate? Looking for somebody?
Aye. Ellie. Oh.
Have you seen her?
She's not in tonight. That's why I'm here.
You all right?
Did you not hear what happened?
Somebody knocked a motor from the front
of the garage in broad daylight.
They must've snuck in and lifted the keys while I was working.
Did you see who it was? No.
I thought it was one of those stolen to order jobs,
but I just had the police on the phone.
They said they found it abandoned in Moss Green, next to the pitches.
Not a scratch on it.
The football pitches? Aye.
When was this?
Lunchtime. How come?
Erm, it doesnae matter. I'll speak to you later.
Aye, see you.
Drew, it's Patrick...
'Drew, it's Patrick.
'I know where you were before the game and I know about the car.
'You've got two choices. You talk to me,
'or you talk to the police. I'm at the basketball courts.'
Where do you think you're going?
You see that?
Ever since he got involved with that Patrick, he's out of control.
And you should've heard what the guy was saying to me -
saying I didn't give my Drew enough support.
Can you believe it?
If you're going to fly off the handle,
I don't want to get into it. I'm perfectly calm. Look at me.
Well, this morning,
Jenny said she wanted to be a doctor and you laughed at her.
I never. You did. Then you told her to lower her sights.
She's super-smart, Caitlin, and you told her she wasn't good enough.
I don't want to see them disappointed.
Maybe sometimes that's not how it comes across.
Oh, aye? And how does it come across?
Teenagers need a wee boost from time to time.
And if you're not going to big them up, then who will?
Who have you told?
You cannae prove anything.
The polis, on the other hand...
You get caught in a stolen motor and everything changes.
And not in a good way.
I know it's some buzz, but it's not worth it.
Is that why you went to prison?
What did you do?
I hurt somebody.
What's it like?
Prison, I mean.
You really want to know?
23 hours a day stuck in a shoebox with a guy you don't even know.
Constantly looking over your shoulder.
You get let out for one hour a day for recreation.
And the grub...
..I'd rather eat dog food.
It's all right if you get a job to pass the time, but...
..it's when you're in your bed...
..the thoughts just begin to eat you up.
Your pals, your family.
Aye, your mind's your own worst enemy.
When did you start cutting yourself?
If you don't talk to me...
You'll shop me? Fine, go ahead.
Drew... What do you want?
To understand. So I can help you.
I needed something...
..something that was just mine.
It's not that I want to hurt myself.
I just need to be in control of something.
Don't say anything to my ma, please.
You've seen what's she's like.
I need to get you help.
You need to talk to somebody.
I'm talking to you.
I'll stop it.
Same with the motors. I mean it.
I'll stay out of trouble.
I get it, all right?
I don't want to go to prison.
So you'll no' say anything?
I don't know. But...
Drew, just go home, right?
I need to think about this.
I saw you and Stella earlier.
I just wondered where yous went.
Is everything all right?
With Stella? Aye.
No. Everything's not all right, thanks to you.
Has something happened?
No. Scarlett, if something's happened you've got to tell me.
No, I don't. I've got a right to know.
You gave up your right when you broke that poor lassie's heart.
Scarlett, please, she won't even talk to me.
Aye, I know. Now, beat it.
You're not welcome here any more.
What's so funny?
Erm, you wouldn't want to know.
We were swapping childbirth stories. You want a recap?
No, actually, you're all right.
You want some cake?
Well, that's me away then.
Listen, thanks for the cake.
She's not so bad, really.
Are you there?
Please, just let me in, will you?
I just want to talk to you.
Can you hear me?
I can hear you.
Stella, just let me in, eh? It meant nothing.
I love you.
You know that?
Just... Please just let me in.
I'll stay here all night if I need to.
Hey, here's to smart-casual!
Hi, sweetheart. Grab yourself a glass.
Hi, Annie. Hi.
So the meeting went really well.
He loved the pies and...he's going to make a big order.
Which is great news.
That's nice. I'll see you at home.
That's what I was doing right now.
You just make out the invoices
and I'll take care of everything at this end.
We can put ten grand a week through without any trouble.
She's not the brightest. Right, you do that.
What was that?
Oh, sorry, did I interrupt something?
This is big news. I don't see what's wrong with celebrating.
With Eileen? She's been a massive help.
Look, the way you carried on was childish and embarrassing.
Eileen was mortified.
"Eileen was mortified"! Who's that even meant to be?
I just want to know why Eileen's feelings take priority here.
Because given the circumstances,
her feelings have been quite reasonable
whereas yours have been...
What? The opposite of reasonable,
so work that one out for yourself.
My husband sharing a bottle of bubbly with his old flame.
No, nothing to be upset about there(!)
And for the record, if anyone's embarrassing,
it's you and your "I can't believe it's not over yet" midlife crisis.
Excuse me? When she laughs at your jokes,
do you feel like you've still got it?
Do you know what? You are on another planet right now.
Eileen helped me. I wanted to say thank you.
I only got her to help because you didn't want to.
So if I don't pay you enough attention,
ever-ready Eileen is waiting in the wings?
Message received and understood.
I thought we were a team.
So did I, until I found out you were a cheater.
So are you just going to push that button
every time you want to win an argument?
If it's relevant, yes.
Well, the button's been pressed.
Are we done now? No.
I'm sick of worrying about how my decisions affect you,
when you never give me the same consideration.
Oh, come on! And frankly... I still don't trust you.
For helping me make up my mind about the health centre.
I'm accepting the offer.
You've got some nerve.
Can we have a wee talk in private?
No, beat it. Caitlin...
Fine. Say your piece and make it quick.
I wanted to apologise for earlier.
I didn't mean to cause any offence.
You were out of order.
So, is that it?
The thing is...
Well, I've no' got all night.
I know how important football is to Drew.
Maybe you could let him play.
You should see him out there.
Most folk don't get the chance to be that good at something.
Is that you?
So what are you still here for?
See you at training? Aye.
Cheers for hearing me out.
You change your mind about coming out? Aye.
So, what? Did you tell his mum?
It's under control. Really?
He says he's going to stop doing it.
It's like you said before about building trust, being there.
I think I'm getting through to him, I'm sure I am.
I really hope you're right.
Jenny, make Ruby her dinner!
# Is it really working
# We've tried and tried again
# Is it even worth it
# Worth it?
# To go through all this pain
# Is it really working
# We've tried and tried again
# And you know the worst thing
# The worst thing
# I know you feel the same
# I know you feel the same... #
Please, I just want to try and explain.
Come on, I'm worried about you.
Right, start talking.
I hate myself for what I've done... and how I've hurt you.
Not being with you is killing me.
You said you wanted to explain.
It's not like I planned it or even thought about it.
It just happened.
I want this baby so much, I want us to be a family so much...
It's just a lot to get your head around.
What happened, what I did...
..it was just me struggling with all that.
Right, that's it.
You've had all this time and that's what you've come up with?
It's the truth.
Right, you've had your say.
I saw you with Scarlett. Has something happened?
Is it the baby? Is something wrong?
I found a lump.
It might be cancer, might not.
I was at the hospital this morning for a test.
So we just need to wait and see what happens.
You cannae do this on your own. I'm not on my own, Stevie.
I've got hunners of people that care about me.
Hunners of people I can trust.
Let me look after you. I want to look after you.
You don't get it, do you?
What you want doesn't count for anything. Me and my baby...
We don't need you looking after us.
We don't need you, full stop.
Just go... Just go!
I heard from the hospital. I know the diagnosis, Stella.
This doesn't change what you did.
Bob... Good luck being back on the market, Ellie.
Oh, you are joking!
No wonder there's unemployment, she's got every job going.
Are you telling me this is what it's come to?
All the research and fundraising that goes on, this is it?
She needs to get help, and I need to be involved.
I'm that baby's dad. Do you know what you are?
A nosy old witch that takes pleasure in other people's misfortune.
Come on, Stella. I love you.
Don't you dare say that!
I read your novel. It has potential, so I'm going to publish it.
I've never been this...happy.
One more chapter and we never have to see each other again.
Au revoir, Tom.
You haven't written a word in two weeks.
Oh, my God. She's blocked.
Why can't you finish it, Jane? What are you afraid of?
All you care about is what my book can do for your damn company.
I liked Tom. He showed faith in you.
Oh, that is such a load of rubbish!
I know how it ends.