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-I'm not afraid of you.
-You would be if you knew me well enough.
If you put off having chemo,
then the cancer might spread
and it could become untreatable.
So if I have this baby, then I might die?
They're running drugs out of your club.
If they go down, they're going to take you down with them.
You're going to have your baby in jail.
Is that really what you want to happen?
Whatever you decide, I can still have the vasectomy.
I just want you to be well.
I'll stay out of trouble, I promise.
I don't want to go to prison.
Do what you have to do.
Should you be somewhere?
Kelly has a scan.
I remember when I had mine, you were like a wee alien creature.
Oh, don't be so miserable.
-You'll be sick of the sight of that baby soon enough.
Do you honestly think a girl like that can get by without you?
In any case, we need to see if we can find a way
to make her see sense.
I always thought yous two would make a lovely couple.
Do join us and take the weight off your stick.
You'll forgive us the fact that we're shocked.
We thought that you'd crawled away to rot like some dignified cripple.
-I always believe it's better to burn out than fade away.
-You're gonnae go out like Scarface?
-Eh? No, it's never been my thing.
Here, you know what movie I like? Bambi.
Especially that bit where the maw gets shot.
Should you be out unaccompanied?
Are there no mental health professionals we can call on?
Yeah, you're probably right. I need my head tested.
I tend to put my trust in the wrong people, no question.
Anyway, just to let you know, I've finished with you two monkeys.
From now on, I'm dealing with the organ grinder.
-Set up a meet with Billy.
-I don't like to bother him with trivia.
You want to wait till it gets serious?
Why would he want to see you?
-You have nothing to offer.
-Maybe that means I've got nothing to lose.
Do you think threatening me would get you in to see my brother?
Get me in.
Last chance to butt heads with me - he won't be able to resist.
MUSIC: Bad Blood by Taylor Swift
Hey, you, c'mon.
I need you to do me a favour.
My maw told me not to talk to strangers.
Aye, your maw's a wise woman. But we're no' strangers, are we?
-You know who I am. Correct?
-And I know who you are.
You're the kid that likes to take cars
for unauthorised test drives, aren't you?
Here's what I want you to do.
Off you go.
Are you sure you don't want me to come with you?
Mum, they won't tell us the sex. It's policy.
But it's 29 weeks, I mean, if you look closely at the screen...
So, that makes it, what, another 11 weeks before you find out
if you've got a grand-daughter?
Listen, I'll love the wean no matter what it is.
Aye, and you'd love to go buy it a load of princess dresses an' all.
Can we get a move on?
-I thought we'd seen the last of him.
-No such luck.
Can somebody no drive a stake through his heart or something?
-I mean, what's he wanting?
-I'll go and ask him.
-Are you kidding?
-Stay away from that man!
-Like that's ever done us any good.
I'll be two seconds.
-What are you playing at?
-Walking down the street bold as brass.
-What did you expect me to do?
-I don't know.
-You asked me to come back. I'm back.
-We need to go now.
-Yeah, I think we're done talking.
Aye, I didn't think you were back for polite conversation.
KNOCK ON DOOR
-Sorry, I thought you says to come in.
-Aye, I did.
Do you want any breakfast?
No, I'm all right.
Stella, you really should eat something the now,
-cos you're gonnae have to avoid food...
-No, I know!
-I have read the patient information cover to cover.
Well, whenever you're ready, just say.
Can you at least pretend to relax?
I've been shot before and it wasn't exactly a relaxing experience,
and now Murdoch's back and in the mood for a showdown.
Yeah, I should just chill out.
If he had plans for you and me, why announce himself?
A strong Lenny would've just made us disappear. Not a trace left behind.
Maybe he's waiting until he's seen Billy.
Yeah, well, he'll have to wait a long time.
-Now, what you and I need to do...
-Is find my car.
-I beg your pardon?
I parked it here. It's disappeared. Not a trace left behind.
CAR ALARM BLARES
POUNDING MUSIC FROM CAR RADIO
Wait. Check it first.
Let's be absolutely clear -
Lenny is nothing to worry about, nothing at all.
-Do you think this is funny?
-Get off me!
-I saw you today wi' Lenny.
-He's a decent guy, I was doing him a favour.
-You'll end up in the jail.
Aye, well, if I do, I'll say hi to your pals.
-Drew, listen to me...
-Why should I?!
MUSIC ON CAR RADIO: I Really Like You by Carly Rae Jepsen
-Quite an elaborate trick.
-I refuse to be intimidated.
You just had me checking my car for bombs.
-He's a nuisance, nothing more.
-You should make the call.
And say that Murdoch's back
and he's developed a taste for practical jokes?
It's Lenny, and he's back to end things once and for all.
You can't keep Billy in the dark at a time like this.
You know, I think I'd have more respect for your opinion
if I didn't think you were somehow trying to get other people
to fight your battles for you.
Billy, I've got a message for you.
Book of Job, always good for a laugh.
Right, you go and tell your mum how you got on and I'll speak to him.
Are you OK, Jimmy? I mean, you look worried.
Well, it was bad enough at Christmas.
I don't know if I'm up for any more trouble with the Kennedys.
-Do you want me to come in with you?
-Oh, no, no, no, Scarlett was right.
No, you keep well away from this.
Good, you're back. I'm gonnae need a lift later on.
I'm no' going to get involved in anything dodgy.
Stay out of the bus lanes, don't speed, everything will be OK.
I mean it, Lenny.
I did what I could when Kelly was needing help,
but I'm not going to get in any deeper.
-Maybe you shouldnae either.
-Doesn't matter what anybody thinks.
I'm no' going to bite off more than I can chew.
-Are you the best judge of that?
-Who's gonnae tell me? You?
We're already at war and they've gone too far.
I'm gonnae finish wi' the Kennedys once and for all,
even if it means me going down as well.
It's needing done, Jimmy.
Don't take any more fares.
I'll text when I need you.
He's got to go, Billy.
Well, I suppose I should be grateful you have the good manners
to run it by me this time.
-I won't make the same mistake again.
-Are you gonnae make a different one?
-Murdoch wants to meet you.
He thinks you won't be able to resist
having one last look in his eye.
-Maybe he's right.
-You should see him.
My darling son is trying to use you
to abdicate his own responsibilities.
You know why?
Because, yeah, Lenny looks like he's losing it,
but so do you whenever he's around.
-Just ignore him, he doesn't understand.
Billy, why won't you trust my judgment?
Because your judgment's clouded. Because you want it too much.
Because you only get so many chances with a guy like Lenny...
..and you've already blown it once.
-I cannae tell!
-Whether it's a boy or a lassie.
Patrick, what do you think?
No, I can't tell either.
-Brilliant, whatever it is.
-What's wee Cal wanting, boy or lassie?
-He said Jedi last time I asked.
-Aw, the wee soul.
-He must be dead excited.
-Still, it's a bit of an upheaval for him, isn't it?
I don't know the whole story,
I'm not gonna twist your arm up your back for it now,
but I'm just saying, if you can work it out with Alex, you should.
Things are too far gone.
-Maybe you'll feel different when the wean comes.
You don't need to worry, I'll find a place of my own soon.
You'll do nae such thing.
-What's his nibs saying?
-You know Lenny,
-never says any more than he has to.
-It's not right, that.
Just comes back into town and messes with everybody's lives.
It's never been any different, son.
-I'm gonnae agree to the meeting.
-Can I ask, respectfully,
what you hope to achieve?
He's a shell of a man.
We use his club for our business,
he might just find a way of messing that up.
All the more reason to get him out of the equation
and get Kelly-Marie in line at the same time.
-Two birds, one stone, as they say.
-Where are you going?
I just had this weird sensation, words floating in front of my eyes.
Words like "accessory" and "conspiracy".
You came to me first, remember?
-And I've regretted it every second since.
-Sit down, you gutless wonder.
You talk as though you'd choose Lenny over your own flesh and blood.
You people have already cost me my own family,
before my child is even born.
I told you, with Murdoch out of the picture
we can focus on getting your wife back in line.
You think that's what I want?
What you want doesnae come into it. The lassie is useful.
Alex doesn't need to be involved in this, nobody does.
-I can take it on personally, if you'll let me.
You're going to pull the trigger?
With as much thought as standing on a slug.
I don't want you risking yourself.
Even from in here, there's people I can reach out to.
I appreciate that, but a third party let us down the last time.
I want to make certain. We all do.
Imagine me lying in my cell and there's a knock on the door
and someone tells me you're gone.
You're the only thing I have left in the world.
All the more reason to let me do it.
I know what this means, to you, to both of us.
He's yours. When the time's right.
-What do you mean?
-I'm gonnae see him first.
-Why, for God's sake?!
-Watch your tone with me.
-Don't you forget who the head of this family is.
I really am. I just want to know.
-It's all just a game to you, isn't it?
I'm gonnae get right in his head.
Don't be such a sanctimonious cow!
-Is your ma in?
-Er, Drew's been stealing motors.
OK, don't get hysterical. You better have your facts straight.
He stole Alex McAllister's motor. Lenny Murdoch put him up to it.
-Are the police after him?
-No, he gave it back.
-Gave it back?
-Well, dumped it round the corner.
-Does McAllister know it was him?
-That's not the point.
-Well, I'll have a word.
-You'll have a word?
You'll need to do more than that. You can't just let it go.
-Don't tell me how to raise my son.
-Patrick's trying to help.
-Is he, but?
-Aye, I am.
-Why? What's in it for you?
What do you mean, in it?
As far as I can see,
you're an ex-con spending an awful lot of time with a young boy.
-Mum, stop, that sounds...
-Dodgy is what it sounds,
and dodgy is what it is.
What, are you saying...
It wouldnae be the first time something like that happened.
What is it they call it? Grooming?
-Do y'know what, see you, you're...
I need to go. I need to go before I tell you what I really think of you.
-And here's me thinking this was gonnae be awkward.
-Oh, right. Oh, right, I get it.
We're just gonnae pretend what happened at Hogmanay
-actually never happened.
-Yeah, let's do that, then.
Well, glad I ran into you(!)
Kell, have you got a second?
-No, not for you, I don't.
-How was the scan?
You actually remembered it was today?
It kills me that I wasn't there.
-Aye, well, you've only got yourself to blame for that.
-I would give anything to change things.
-It's too late.
-Not yet, but it soon will be.
-What is that supposed to mean?
-You know Lenny's back?
-That's his business.
-It's our business.
Our lives are tied up with them and each other,
and there's no point pretending otherwise.
-Is that supposed to scare me?
-I don't want you to get hurt.
Same here. That's why I don't want to be anywhere near you.
-Is that you trying to scare me?
-Oh, so you're playing the victim now?
Alex, do you know how I know that you're lying to me? Your lips move.
No, you just stay away from me!
I cannae believe you dragged me along here.
Cannae believe I let you.
I'm sure Billy will be happy to see a familiar face.
Last time he saw mine, I was testifying to get him sent down.
-What, and he's not the kind of guy to hold a grudge?
I don't know what you're up to, but...
I love what you've done with the place.
-You said you were coming alone.
-Jimmy? Jimmy's a pal.
-Jimmy's a grass.
-I'm just a taxi driver.
-Well, away and sit outside with your meter running.
-I think I'll do that.
Get myself some fresh air, maybe.
Sorry, where are my manners?
Please, sit down.
-So can we get on with it now?
-Whatever "it" is.
-It, William, is what we like to call the end of an era.
-Is that right?
We're dinosaurs, us two, we don't belong in this world.
I'm in no hurry to leave it, but.
AMERICAN ACCENT: Well, we all gotta go sometime.
Aye, I was warned that your behaviour was a little...erratic.
Aye, that can happen, especially after a near-death experience.
-You did hear about me nearly getting blown to smithereens?
-Thanks for getting me in, by the way.
-It's no problem.
But why did it have to be today?
The incident was a while ago, you've been away. Why the urgency?
-Can I be honest with you?
-Wouldn't have it any other way.
When I was away, it was to lick my wounds, you know, gather my strength.
It was beginning to dawn on me that...
-Well, maybe this is as good as it gets for me.
-I'm sorry to hear that.
We've had our misunderstandings over the years, it gives me
no pleasure to see you so weak.
There's plenty of fight left in me, don't worry about that.
Stella, your phone!
-It's the hospital. Hello?
-Give us that.
Hello. Aye, it's Stella.
No, I understand.
Thanks very much. Right, bye.
-Apart from the cancer?
No, my op's been put back till the morrow
so I don't need to go in till later on tonight.
Oh, that's no good. I know you're not in any rush or anything...
Well, I suppose it gives me a few more hours to...be me.
-You'll still be you.
-Well, to me, aye.
-It's not all about your body, is it?
-Feels that way.
Anyway, at least I can have something to eat now, eh?
D'you want me to make it?
No, I'm no' an invalid just yet.
-How long have we known each other?
You were nothing but a wee nuisance,
but I could see there was something about you.
I did think about killing you before you got too big for your boots.
-What stopped you?
-It would've been a waste. You had potential.
You just couldnae let me be, could you?
Especially these last few years, it's like you're obsessed.
-Don't get delusions of grandeur, eh?
-Why are your people in Chrome?
-Because it makes good business sense.
-No, it doesnae.
There's at least a dozen guys could front that.
-Why are you using my grandson's mother?
-Circumstances dictated it.
Men like us change their circumstances,
that's what sets us apart.
Maybe I'm just trying to push your buttons.
Maybe I'm trying to see how far I can go
before you actually stand up for yourself...
..so to speak.
What if I was to swing this right now?
-Crack your skull wide open?
-You fancy a wee life sentence, do you?
Well, there'd be a nice wee cushy cell going, wouldn't there?
Just think of the kudos I'd get, taking you out.
Last thing I want to do is end my days in the jail.
There's worse places to be.
I don't think you believe that, Billy, but keep telling yourself
if it keeps you sane.
-I'm getting tired of you now, Lenny.
-What are you gonnae do?
-Chuck another bomb at me?
-That wasnae down to me.
-And I believe you, because...?
-You're still breathing.
-Suppose that is a point. Still, doesn't set my mind at rest.
If I have to accept the fact that you didnae authorise it,
it makes me wonder who did.
So you didnae sanction a hit. You're not in Chrome day to day.
Your wee pal over there, he might fetch your slippers in here,
but how much are you in control out there?
-You really have lost the plot, man.
I'm talking about the rules of the game.
Otherwise we'd be as well just being a couple of neds
mugging old women for their bingo winnings.
-You listen to me.
-I'm all ears.
-Why don't you show some class, Lenny?
Crawl away and die. There's no going out with a big bang.
And you're gonnae dictate that from D wing, are you?
Ah, well, things'd be different if I was on the outside,
but do you really think I'm gonnae let you hurt my sister?
-Oh, never known you to get squeamish about women before.
And your daughter will find out that, if you don't disappear.
Young Amber, she's still in the jail, yes?
Jail can be a dangerous place.
You know, maybe I have lost the plot,
because I expected a lot better from you.
Believe me, I'd like nothing more than to go toe to toe with you
and see who was the last man standing, but, well...
I don't think we'll be talking again, Lenny.
-No, if this really is a game, then it's over.
That's quite a grip you've got, for a man who's under the weather.
Comes and goes.
You were right. Our friend's no fun any more.
Oh, Billy, I'm so glad you see it my way.
Are you happy for me to proceed as we discussed?
Don't you take this lightly.
You need to give yourself every possible advantage,
do you understand?
-Thank you, Billy. I won't let you down.
I know you'll make me proud. God bless.
Yes, I'll need that special delivery.
As soon as possible.
-That you done making a mug of me for the day, aye?
-Are you after a tip?
You paraded me in front of Billy. Why?
-Strength in numbers.
-All two of us? Nah, it's not that.
You just wanted him to see that I was the best you could get?
-Don't put yourself down.
-This is not a joke.
-No, it isnae.
I stand alongside you, Lenny, I put my family at risk.
Some of them are my family as well, in case you'd forgotten.
-No danger of that.
-Go home, get everybody to batten down the hatches.
-How long for? Days?
-And what happens if, when it's over, and you're gone...
..what then, what happens to me, Cal, Kelly-Marie, everybody?
Oh, Jimmy, ye of little faith.
You should answer your phone.
-Sometimes I'm grateful for caller ID.
-Well, I was worried.
Oh, I can see I'm not the only one. Running away, Alex, really?
-I thought I raised you better than that?
-I'm happy to disappoint you.
I'm afraid you're needed here.
The next few hours are going to be...significant.
Which is why I need to give myself every possible advantage.
Which is why I need you to bring Kelly-Marie and the boy to the club.
You want to wait until Lenny gets rid of you permanently?
-I'm not sure abduction is the answer.
-Then try persuasion.
You've always been very talented at playing the damaged man
that women want to save.
Turn up the heat with her,
I'm sure she won't be able to resist.
-You'd be surprised.
-You have to do what it takes.
Kelly is carrying your grandchild, for God's sake!
And what better gift can a grandmother give,
than to have the baby to be born into a world with one less monster?
If he's a monster, what are you?
It's simple, Alex.
Lenny is the rock that they cling to.
Once he's out of the way, they'll come running back to you.
Not if you use them as human shields.
They won't come to any harm.
The minute he walks into the club, they're free to go.
-There'll be witnesses.
-To what? A man walking into a nightclub?
Nothing sinister about that.
-Oh. Do forgive me.
Ah-ha, speak of the devil. "Tall Ship at six."
I was hoping the matter would be resolved by then.
Do you really think you can get rid of the evidence just like that?
-Dispose of the body?
-Oh, I'm not going to do anything like that.
-I'm not going to kill Lenny.
No, no, I've decided it would be better for everyone,
if he were to kill himself.
-Please, it's important.
-How did you even get in?
-You left keys at our flat.
-It's not our flat anymore.
-I don't blame you for feeling that way.
-Aaw, that's good of you!
The thing is, Kell, the situation has, well, escalated.
-Do you understand what I'm saying?
-Aye. Well, it was bound to.
-I need you to come with me. You and Cal.
-Are you out of your mind?
No, but I think Lenny might be,
and God knows my mum isn't exactly stable.
You've got to let me protect you.
How are you gonna do that? You of all people?
If we could just get away from here, even for 24 hours,
-we'll see where we are when the smoke clears.
Whatever is going to happen, is going to happen soon.
Let's just pick up Cal and go.
-No, I'm letting you nowhere near my child.
-What about our child?
Do you want them growing up without a father? Because that could happen.
Aye, well if it does, you've only got yourself to blame.
-Do you hate me so much that you'd wish me dead?
-I never said that.
You must realise that's what Lenny wants.
And what about Billy and Martina? What do they want?
To have me and my kids at their mercy?
I'll do everything I can to make sure that doesn't happen!
Everything you can won't be enough!
I'll make them listen, you are the mother of my child!
Son. The nurse let it slip.
I wasn't going to tell everyone cos I want to keep it a surprise.
But it doesn't matter if you know.
Because that is all you're going to get to see of him.
Please don't say that, not now. Not today.
Alex, just go. Go, and stay gone.
I'll make this right.
For all of us.
How's it goin'?
This thing keeps playing up, man, don't know what's wrong with it.
-First week in January?
Nobody's going to bring their motor in
unless the steering wheel comes off in their hand.
-But there's still stuff to be getting on with.
-Aye, when folk let me.
Have you...ever thought about taking on an apprentice?
Thought about it, done it, didn't work out.
There's no reason not to try it again.
-You know Drew, don't you?
Look, I know he's been in trouble
but he needs something positive to focus on,
and he's a natural with motors.
Aye, he's that much of a natural,
he doesn't need keys to get in and drive them away.
He's not a bad kid.
It's just too much aggravation, mate.
Do you not get money from the government or something?
-All that paperwork for a few quid?
-Get Angus to do it.
And if it's not the cash you're bothered about,
-think about the brownie points.
She'd love her man to be giving wisdom and guidance
to her sister's boy.
She would think the sun shines out of your backside.
-Y'know what? Nah.
You're not some guy, you're my brother
and I'm asking you to give him a break.
Me and you both know what it's like for kids who don't get one.
I can't do a full apprenticeship.
Not right away.
Maybe something more like work experience,
see how he gets on.
Make sure you tell Ellie it was my idea.
100%, I will. And thank you, I mean it.
This you away in for visiting time?
-Stella's operation today?
No, it's been held back. She doesn't need to go in until later.
Poor lassie. She must be in a hell of a state.
I don't know, any more.
I can't say anything right, I can't do anything right.
Look, you're with her, that's the right thing,
even if it doesn't feel like that.
It never feels like it. I don't even know what to buy.
Listen, keep the head. Just take her a wee cake into the Oyster.
I'll do you a wee shop and bring it later, right?
I don't think she wants to see anybody.
I'm not just anybody, I'm me.
Now, beat it.
Can I help you, madam?
Have you got anything on offer? It's awful dear, this place.
-I'll give you a piece of my mind for free.
-Is that so?
Aye, and if you give my Patrick any more grief,
I'll give you a bit more than that!
I'll do as I please where my son's concerned.
I don't even know what the other one is to you.
He's done more for your boy in the last six weeks
than you've done in a lifetime.
-Fine, he can leave us be now.
-Don't you get it?
Patrick's had a hell of a time growing up, a hell of a time.
-My heart bleeds.
-It'll be more than your heart in a minute.
I'm just trying to tell you, he's come through the other side
and he's trying to stop the same thing happening to your Drew.
Y'know what? I think I'll take a bus to the supermarket.
Aye, well, don't forget your coat with big pockets!
-Lenny pay you well, aye?
You know what you need, if your life of crime doesn't pan out?
-You need a trade.
There's only two things you love, football and motors.
And since Pep Guardiola hasn't called yet,
I was thinking a wee job in the garage for you.
-The one behind the pub?
-Aye, the one behind the pub.
-Bob's gonna let me fix motors?
What, so I'll just be a skivvy?
-For a while, maybe, aye.
-Nah. You're all right.
Look, Bob's my half-brother and he's your Auntie Ellie's boyfriend.
You need to take advantage of that,
it's not as if there's a queue of folk lining up to give you a job.
-There is one.
-What, Lenny? Away you go.
-He'll love me after today.
What if you'd got caught stealing that motor by the polis,
what do you think would've happened?
-D'you think Lenny would've paid for your lawyer?
What if it wasn't the polis that caught you?
What if it was Alex, or one of his bruiser pals on his payroll?
You'd have two broken legs and you'd be in the hospital,
and Lenny's not gonnae show up with a bag of grapes.
-But, it didn't happen.
-Aye, this time. But what's next?
Stealing motors to order? Getaway driver in a bank robbery?
-Give us my ball!
-D'you know he beat me up once?
Well, not him, obviously, he gave somebody else the nod
and I nearly ended up with a fractured skull.
-How? What did you do?
He thought I said the wrong word in the wrong ear.
But I never. See, folk like that don't worry about the little details,
not when it comes to guys like us.
Look, young offenders is bad, but real prison is worse.
-Thanks for doing this, Scarlett.
-It's all part of the service.
-Do you want to put them away?
-Oh, aye, I will do.
He's doing his best, by the way.
I know, but I just don't feel
I'm getting treated like a person any more.
-Or a woman.
-Aye. Mind Jimmy when I was sick?
He was all over the place,
but that's men, they don't know what to do, not unless you tell them.
-Sometimes not even then.
Did Stevie bring you the cake?
Aye, there's still half of it there, if you want some.
No, you take it with you, you can have it later.
-Although I hear hospital food's improved.
-Oh, really, aye?
Aye, everything's better nowadays, the doctors can do wonders.
-Look at Angelina Jolie.
-What about her?
She's still gorgeous, isn't she? And so will you be.
Stevie gonna turn into Brad Pitt an' all?
-Listen, hen, you've got to be strong...
-Do I, aye?
Do I have to be strong? Can I not just be weak?
Curl up in a ball and cry my eyes out?
You can if you want, but it'll just take it out of you.
Don't forget, I know what you're going through.
-No, you don't.
It's not the same. Aye, you had cancer, but you weren't pregnant.
Your body wasn't trying to kill you
and keep a baby alive at the same time.
You didn't have to go through a double mastectomy
when you were 23 years old, did you?
So thank you for bringing all that stuff round, Scarlett,
but you seriously need to stop telling me
you know what I'm going through, because you don't.
One thing I do know...
You're not going to get through this on your own.
You need somebody to be with you every step of the way.
And you've got Stevie, I mean, he's not perfect,
but he'll do everything he can to help you.
You might have to spell it out for him,
but he'll do whatever he can to help.
-Do you want a cup of tea?
-No, thanks, darlin'.
-I better get home and get Jimmy's dinner on.
-If you're sure.
I'm sure, aye, thanks.
-Thanks. I mean it.
-Any time, doll.
-An errand boy's no good to me.
My mother doesn't know I'm here.
You going through a rebellious streak, are you?
She thinks I'm picking up Kelly-Marie and Cal for her.
-I'm supposed to be grateful?
-I don't care what you think of me
but you must know that she won't stop unless you disappear.
-Well, that's not gonnae happen.
What's keeping you here? Pride, ego, revenge?
You think everybody'd be better off
if I just give Billy and Martina free rein?
Well, at least they'd be safe.
You need to go, and now, she's expecting me back.
So that's what your grandstanding amounts to, Lenny.
My wife and child, threatened. Your grandson, threatened.
Yeah, you were doing such a bang-up job
looking after them till I got back(!)
What sort of job are you doing? Hmm? A text?
Did you really think she'd come here
not knowing who you might have waiting outside?
-There's nobody outside! All I wanted to do was talk.
-Do you mean that?
-What, you want me to cross my heart and hope to die?
-Swear on Cal's life.
Come on, you're an old school guy,
swear on Cal's life that you're not planning to kill her.
No point now.
The point is, if I believe you I'll take you to Chrome right now,
walk you through security and put you in a room with my mother.
Then you can have that talk you wanted.
-Can I just point out a wee problem with your plan?
What if she puts a bullet in me the minute I walk through the door?
You know my mum, she won't want to rush this,
she'll want to enjoy it.
Women can be impulsive.
That's a chance you're just gonna have to take,
because before long she'll send someone else round to pick up Cal.
What's it gonnae be, Lenny?
-Don't tell me you're empty-handed.
Well, well, well.
Of all the bars in all the towns in all the world, I know.
-I take it he's unarmed?
-Your tipple of choice, as I recall?
Oh, I want you to enjoy every drop.
In fact, you're not going to leave here
until you've finished both bottles.
Pills and booze. That's going to leave a hell of a hangover.
You'll have all the time in the world to sleep it off.
Kelly, where's that wee scan thing? I want to put it on the fridge.
-I gave it to Alex.
-Today. This afternoon.
Oh, so...what's happened?
-Are you talking again? Are you trying to sort things out?
So, why did you give him the photo?
-A wee souvenir or something?
-I don't know.
Kelly, you're having the guy's wean,
and five minutes ago he was wanting to adopt wee Cal.
-I know, I know.
-You're one for burning your bridges, aren't you?
I mean, that Ewan died not knowing he was going to be a dad.
I never meant for that to happen!
-I really regret never telling him.
-Are you gonna do the same to Alex?
I mean, I know he's not dead,
but are you gonna cut him out your life completely?
-Are you gonna run away again?
This is my hometown, this is where I want to raise my kids.
Aye, well, Alex is gonna want a say.
I know things haven't been great between you two,
but you owe it to the wean to try and work something out.
I'm not saying play happy families or anything,
but you need to give the guy a chance to be a father.
-Jimmy, you're a star.
-That's me all over.
Ageing gangster cannot face up to waning powers,
takes the coward's way out.
It's a nice prop.
Don't fancy the pills much, though.
-I'm afraid I'm gonna have to insist.
-What if I say no?
Well, tonight is the Feast of the Epiphany
and I'm maybe going to have to arrange for the Three Wise Men
to pay your grandson Callum a visit bearing gifts.
-I'm not gonna let that happen.
-You don't have a say!
Only Lenny can stop this.
Only Lenny can stop me arranging for his daughter
to have a new, and a very pleasant cell mate.
You'll enjoy it, really.
You'll feel better.
No more pain. Embrace oblivion.
If you don't mind, I'll maybe suffer a wee bit longer.
-What happens in five minutes?
You'll get a call from Billy.
I think Billy and I have said all we need to say to each other
for the time being.
-Not all, exactly.
You never told him goodbye.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
Is that Martina?
I'll give you three times what Murdoch's paying you.
-Get... Get yer...! Ow!
It's a message from Billy.
I think you'll find it's a message from me.
'I'll give you three times what Murdoch's paying you. Three times!'
Stop it! Stop it!
You're not really up on your technology, are you?
That isn't happening now, that's already happened.
-Don't watch, you don't need to see this!
-Aye, she does.
She needs to see, all right. Every second.
So do you, for that matter.
Just so we know where we stand.
Hey, hey, c'mon.
You need to calm down, dear,
see if a couple of those pills will help you, eh?
I know we've not got long,
but I just wanted to have a shower here first.
These are due to come down later.
-It's bad luck otherwise.
Do you really believe in luck any more?
Just leave them one more night. I think they look pretty.
Do I look pretty?
Stevie, you're not even looking at me.
You don't get it, do you?
My body's gonna be like a war zone.
This is the last night of normal.
The last time I'll feel like myself or look like myself. For ever.
Just, look at me, OK?
I need to feel wanted.
-The prison haven't phoned yet.
-That means he's still lying there. On the floor.
-We need to go to him.
-Don't expect me to be the dutiful son.
We need to make someone look after him.
We can't make anybody do anything any more.
The mighty Kennedy family is a snake with its head cut off,
and me and you, we're just the body wriggling in the dirt.
It's my brother, for God's sake.
Aye, your brother, the bogeyman,
the one that everyone was scared of, the one that nobody could get to.
And he's gone! Murdoch got to him. In there.
The best we can hope for now is when our turn comes,
and it will, that he makes it quick.
Or maybe you could use those pills.
Your choice, Mother.
-I need to talk to you.
-You cannae drink, and I'm celebrating.
-Oh, my God.
-Take it easy.
-Let's just say Mr Kennedy will not be bothering us any more.
The very man.
-Gonnae stop saying that!
A man's dead.
And if I hadn't brought you back, he'd still be alive.
Don't go beating yourself up about it, it was bound to happen,
and God knows he had it coming.
What about Alex? Has he got it coming?
Maybe you don't want to be asking questions
if you don't wannae know the answer.
Lenny, can I tell you something?
The worst thing I've ever had to do
was tell my child his father was dead.
Please don't make me do that all over again.
Even though it might be the best thing for you in the long run?
I can't bury him and have his child within a matter of weeks. I can't!
-I'm glad we did that.
-I kinda thought you might be!
No, I mean...
..you were right, things are going to be different.
But not everything's gonna change.
How I am with you, and how I feel about you.
That'll be the same.
I'll be the same.
You shouldn't make promises.
It's just something I know.
Kelly gave you the keys.
For some reason, she thought you might not buzz me in.
-Do it, then.
The thing you came here to do.
Am I that predictable?
I might not be a natural player like you,
-but I know how the game works.
-It's not a game, son.
If your Uncle Billy had understood that,
well, I couldn't have got near him,
but he couldn't resist one last go on the swings.
Suddenly everyone thinks you're back in business.
Not everyone, but enough of the right people.
And another reason why I don't walk out of here.
You can't get a reputation for going easy on your enemies.
You're more of an annoyance, to be honest.
Although in the past, that would've been enough.
Your wife made me promise not to touch a hair on your head.
But I want you to know,
you owe your life to a woman who hates you
and a baby that's not even born yet.
But think on this.
Don't test my patience.
And you make sure that wee mammy of yours doesn't, either.
Just making sure he's really in there.
-Let go of me!
Get her in line, then I'm gonnae take care of both of yous, understand?
-You got me a handbag dug?!
-Don't call him that!
Billy was the only man who stood by me.
Now you're the last man standing.
If you think my child is a complication,
then this isn't gonnae work.
-Alex, where's Martina?
-I don't know.