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A man's dead and if I hadn't brought you back, he'd still be alive.
-You gain nothing by going after Lenny.
-He killed my brother.
-You think she's gonna come after you?
-Getting close to Callum?
She's coming, all right. And she's letting me know.
If you think my child is a complication,
then this isn't going to work.
-I know what you're going through.
-It's not the same.
Your body wasn't trying to kill you
and keep a baby alive at the same time.
-I'll find her, keep her away from Shieldinch.
Cos if you're crossing me,
Kelly Marie won't save you again.
Hi. Stay put, I'll call you shortly.
I'm so late! Why didn't you wake me?
I did. You just rolled over and made a horrible noise.
Yeah? What did I say?
Not that kind of noise, AJ. It didn't come from your mouth.
-I could've done without the lie-in.
I wanted to be prepared for today.
Why? What've you got on?
A bigger order, meeting some potential new clients.
This move is starting to work after all!
Excuse me if I don't get out the bunting just yet.
I might be in a position soon to take on an extra pair of hands.
Talk about expanding operations.
Not if you don't get a move on, you won't.
That's a good point, well made.
I need to boost. So, love you, see you.
The surgery's going fine, thanks for asking(!)
Listen, thanks for getting him ready. Must be morning sickness.
Thought that was supposed to be finished by now?
I don't know, Ma. Guess I'm the lucky one in a million.
Away and brush your teeth!
-And tell Madonna to get her skates on.
He's been asking about Nana Kennedy again.
You know what weans are like. He'll soon forget.
Did you get a kip?
Aye. Listen, thanks for last night. You know, what you said.
I'm fine. I just stood up too quickly.
-Really? You sure?
-Aye, I'm fine.
You want me to take the weans to school?
-Would you? That'd be great.
-No worries. You go back to your bed.
-I'll get... Have you got her bag?
Madonna, hurry up!
How you feeling?
All right. Getting there.
-Right, listen. I'm due a day off.
Why don't I phone in and we can do something?
I don't know. See a film?
There's not really anything I want to see.
We could head up the town. Do a bit of shopping?
You hate shopping.
Well, we need to start buying things for the wean, don't we?
Is that no' bad luck?
What if it comes early?
We can't have it sleeping in a cardboard box.
Anyway... you've not been out in a week.
So you'll think about it?
Yes, I'll think about it.
Fresh air will do you the world of good, doll.
You want that back on?
I brought you some food.
-What are you doing?
-Getting out of here.
It's not safe out there.
Lenny knows I've got you stashed somewhere.
He has a guy following me. He wants us to panic.
We need to keep calm.
Did you manage to shake him off?
No, I thought we'd invite him in for a coffee(!)
Look, I know it's not exactly the Ritz
but you're safe here.
This isn't a life. This is hell.
I never thought Billy would leave me.
He didn't leave you.
He picked a fight with the wrong person.
I know it's hard but you need to think about the future.
I don't want THIS future.
We can regroup.
We need to send a message. Do something, anything.
Let people know we're not finished.
That's not what I meant.
Look, I took on Lenny
and woke up in hospital with a bullet in me.
I'm not going there again.
My son, the hero(!)
The future is getting you out of Glasgow, while you still can.
Give us time to sort things out.
There's five grand.
How far do you think that'll get me?
Like I said, out of Glasgow.
Oh, so that's it? I run away?
Live the rest of my life in fear, looking over my shoulder?
I'd rather die.
Just give me a bit more time.
What do you think?
A bit bargain basement?
It's good you're trying, though.
Sorry. It's just...I'm trying to get my life back under control.
And you're doing a great job.
Well, waking up without a massive hangover every morning
is definitely helping.
Who knew that(?)
Then I've got this one over here, the Angel of Doom.
Undercutting my prices and nicking all my regulars.
I don't know, it just... It used to be fun.
Now every day just feels like a slog.
You're just going through a hard time. You'll get through it.
-Uh-huh! You need to fight.
I know, you're right.
Trouble is, I just don't know if I can be bothered any more.
We're out of supplies.
If you make a list, I'll do some shopping later.
I could go to Scarlett's, if you want.
Aye? Do you want to meet up then?
Do you need to hold my hand in the corner shop?
I'll hold your hand anywhere.
Right, well, if we're going out anyway,
we should have some lunch at the Ship as well.
I won't need these bad boys then, will I?
Do you want them?
-Stale ham? You're all right.
Right...one o'clock, then?
I owe you an apology.
You've already said sorry... and I don't have time for this.
You've been avoiding me all week.
I'm just trying to do the right thing, here. Please.
I really am sorry.
I know I acted like a total arse.
Yeah, you did.
Look, I really enjoyed what happened with us, but...
..I've got a son. I'm not in the market for another one.
Look, I know freaking out about you having a kid was immature.
I panicked. You and I both know there's a connection between us.
I can't ignore how I feel!
I want to get to know you properly, I want to cook for you,
laugh with you, talk politics with you, I just...
Just give me another chance.
PHONE RINGS Oh!
Oh, no, sorry, I didn't hear you.
Just come on up.
You've got ten seconds to disappear.
I'll hide in the bathroom.
I got a phone call this morning.
It's about the practice. They're putting it up for sale.
-The agent said there's been property developers sniffing around.
The very man. I've been looking for you.
You going to tell me why your hit man is following me?
I'm getting serious deja vu.
You know what they say, just cos you're paranoid
doesn't mean they're not out to get you.
He's not here for you.
Why, Lenny? You were willing to let her go.
Maybe I was getting soft in my old age.
My mother is leaving Glasgow. You'll never see her again.
That's not going to happen.
Somebody has got to pay for that stunt with the car.
Billy paid. You don't need to kill her.
She was involved.
So save yourself a world of pain, just tell me where she is.
You know, I could just force you to tell me.
What, you think I'd pull a gun out and kill you here?
Whose side are you on? Martina's?
You're supposed to be protecting Kelly Marie.
You see yourself as the knight in shining armour?
Well, I am doing a better damn job than you done at Christmas.
She's the one who called you back, isn't she?
You'll soon be out of my grandson's life for good.
Don't hold your breath.
Why, what you gonnae do, patch it up?
You'd hate that, wouldn't you?
how desperate are you to see me walk away?
Oh, there's the Alex I know and despise. I'm nearly impressed.
You're a Kennedy, all right.
And by the way,
if anything, anything should happen to Kelly Marie...
..you'll be reunited with your uncle long before you expected.
Maybe even before your maw.
Did you know about this?
No...but I'm not surprised. It's a prime site.
Can you do something about it?
I mean, as councillor for the ward,
you're not entirely powerless.
I've been down this road before with developers.
OK, so then you'll know what to do this time, then?
It's not that simple.
If the practice goes, the nearest GP will be in Mossgreen.
That is immoral. You should be fighting that.
It seems pretty simple enough to me.
Look, this is the first I've heard about this so I'm sorry
if I don't have a plan all worked out.
But it seems to me, if there's a GP in place who's willing to put
her money where her mouth is, then...
What, me? This is all down to me?
No, I'm not saying that...
-Thank you for your time.
No, I have to get to work... while I still have a job.
It isn't just about Stuart.
How can this work
when you have to hide every time your mum or your dad show up?
I don't know how it can, but I want to try.
Can you honestly say there's nothing between us?
Because if there isn't, just say the word and I'll go.
I won't pester you.
You all right, Kel?
Aye, fine. Just the joys of pregnancy.
You ordered the hit on Billy.
-Don't deny it! Lenny as good as told me.
Let me explain...
All this time, you've been playing everyone!
That's not true. I was terrified, Alex.
I didn't have a choice.
Of course you had a choice! I told you, I sorted things.
I spent 500 grand making sure your Christmas stunt
destroying the drugs didn't rebound on us.
But you had to do things your way.
Half a million quid, half a million quid to protect you
and Jimmy. Wasted!
What was the deal?
Hmm? Get Lenny to bump off Billy and my mum? What about me?
Was I on your hit list?
Don't be ridiculous! I begged him to back off!
And I'd do anything to undo it.
-So you are not entirely heartless.
-I'd do anything.
Good. Because I need your help.
All right. So that's why you wanted to see me?
You know Lenny's a psychopath.
He killed my uncle and now he wants to kill my mother.
And that is down to you.
Look, he's had me followed.
The last time that happened, I got shot.
Was that your idea too?
Everything all right here?
Get back to your work.
(Get your hand off my sister's arm before I rip yours out its socket.)
I want nothing to do with you...or your mother.
Billy deserved everything he got. Ten times over.
But does my mother?
This is her address. Talk to her, all she wants is an end to this.
What she did, she did for her brother,
but she's just a scared old lady.
I'm putting her life in your hands, Kel, do the right thing.
What makes you think I can make a difference?
Well, Lenny's already spilt blood on your say-so.
I think you've got much more control over this than you're letting on.
No, I appreciate that,
but this is my livelihood we're talking about here.
I can't work without an oven.
You need to be here right away. OK? Thank you.
Temperamental chef. I like it.
So nae pies for me and the wee man, then?
This is how businesses go bust.
Big promises and a failure to deliver.
Oi, I do deliver.
Look, Angus, I'm a bit busy right now. Thank you.
You need to think bigger than this place.
Way ahead of you.
I sell to delis all over town. But thanks for your advice.
So you're planning ahead then, taking things to the next level?
Putting the pedal to the metal.
What are you trudging on about?
You need to get your pies out into the world. Think big.
Imagine every deli, every high-end supermarket, all those fancy bars,
with their own dedicated "Life of Pie" section.
Finally. Someone else with vision.
What you need, my friend, is a delivery fleet.
What, you mean cars?
Could be cars, aye, aye, absolutely.
The point is, they're timeless, urban and chic.
With your classy livery on the side,
maybe even a picture of a pie.
Haggis tikka masala.
To me, it is the flagship, it's so delish.
Anyway, we see that thick, delicious gravy oozing out.
What self-respecting worker could resist that? They'd have to be mad.
Don't go there, AJ! Stick with the vision!
Come to Daddy!
Haven't seen this wee baby in ages.
I'll gie you 20 quid for it.
Can I owe you seven pounds and...
Say hello to the future, Bob.
This wee beauty is going to earn me a few quid.
That'll be after you fork out for a new engine,
cos if I remember rightly, this one's a write-off.
-You can make an appointment for about five weeks, OK?
So sorry I was short with you earlier.
Don't worry about it.
You know, when I first moved here, I just never thought I'd be
part of a community and now...
You know, if developers are moving in we'll fight it,
and I'll do everything I can.
But when I said about you taking it on yourself, I was serious.
I don't stand a chance against property developers.
Annie, you and I both know you could take on anybody.
It's people like you making a stand that'll change things.
Folk round here would support you.
I'm not a businesswoman.
You can come up with a million reasons why not to do it.
But you've never struck me as somebody who's going to
run for the hills when the going gets tough.
I never imagined you'd come. Thank you.
Were you followed?
What? No, why would I be followed?
Lenny is intent on seeing me off.
But I have no right to ask for any sympathy from you after me
being so horrible.
I wanted to ask you to apologise to wee
Callum for what I did the other day.
Tell him his nana's really sorry, she's feeling better now.
And are you?
I'm getting there...
You're allowed to grieve.
No, honestly, Mrs Mahon, it's not a problem.
I've actually got someone standing here right now who's just
looking for a cancellation so don't worry about it.
Is this a social call or do you want something?
Actually, I'm after a favour.
Really, you need your roots done?
No... Problem is, one of my regulars,
she's got an interview tomorrow.
Now, I'd do it myself, obviously, but I'm fully booked.
So I thought I could send her across to you.
Being, that is, if you've got a free slot.
I'm sure I can squeeze her in.
I owe you one.
Oh, by the way, she's looking for something...contemporary.
Is that going to be OK?
I'm all about contemporary.
Of course! Just...I don't want her to be disappointed.
Just as well she's coming to me then, isn't it?
I'm sorry to break down in front of you.
Sometimes all it needs is just a kind word.
Alex wants me to run away.
That's no' such a bad idea.
Where would I go?
I can't fund a life on the run.
Alex has got money. And contacts.
He could help.
What difference will it make? Lenny will still get me.
I haven't got the energy to run.
I may as well just let it
play out here and now.
Maybe that would be an end to it. All this...
But where does that leave Alex?
If anything should happen to me, how will he react?
Where will it ever stop?
I don't want your baby to grow up without a father.
Maybe I could help.
You're such a sweet girl. I can't see how.
I'll talk to Lenny, and I'll see if he'll agree to a truce.
Lenny doesn't want peace.
But if he could pretend that I don't exist, I can do the same.
Will you really speak to him for me?
And there's a coffee. Cheers, thanks.
'Hi, this is Kelly Marie.
-'Please leave a message.'
It's me. Divorce? Really?
Turned out to be a nice day, in't it?
-Everything all right?
It's the practice...
it looks like it's going to be sold to a property developer.
What, another block of luxury apartments no-one can afford?
How did you know? Have you heard something?
It's just what the area needs, eh?
Well, surely if someone makes an offer and a credible case
for keeping it open as a medical practice,
they'd have to favour that?
When did you get so wise?
Are you thinking about it?
Well, what does Dad say?
I haven't told him yet.
Do you want me to tell him?
Cos I'm not being funny, he owes you.
Anyway, enough about my troubles. How are you doing?
You look down.
I'm fine. Broke, but fine.
Are you still looking for bar work?
I know that Eileen's looking for someone.
I could put a word in for you.
I think I'd rather find my own job.
Of course you would.
But what's the point of having friends if you don't ask them
for help every now and again?
You get on with Eileen, don't you?
You could do a lot worse.
-Coffee to go.
-Aye, nae bother.
No, you just missed him.
I thought it was you that was putting ants in his pants
but turns out it was divorce papers that sent him over the edge.
I need to talk to you about Martina.
I just want this to stop.
It'll stop when it's done.
I should never have called you.
You beg me for protection, then you despise me for giving you it?
I tell you what, why don't you just go wash your hands, eh?
But don't pretend that we don't know this is the right thing.
There's nothing to gain from hurting Martina.
She is just a scared, lonely old woman.
Why can't you just let her go?
Alex was supposed to keep her in line.
She decided she doesn't want to play nice.
As long as she's breathing, none of us is safe.
Not me, not you, especially not Cal.
She broke his toy! You're going to kill her for that?
It was a message!
Lenny, she wants a truce.
What, have you seen her?
Where is she?
And here's me thinking it was just Alex looking after Mammy.
I'm just trying to make sure no-one else dies.
Kelly, I was ready to let it go. She made it clear she wouldn't stop
until one of us was dead.
Or did Mother Teresa not tell you that
while she was crying on your shoulders?
She is going to use your son against me.
And he's not going to be safe, as long as she's around.
Is that the kind of woman you want to protect?
Come on, where is she?
I don't know!
I'm not sure how good he'll be at ironing your school uniform, but.
You'll need to teach him how to dae that.
Who were you talking to?
-I heard you.
Well, you're imagining things.
Erm, lunch? You were all up for it this morning,
then you just blew me out.
I know, I'm sorry.
I fell asleep. It's they pills, man.
They pure knock me out. I really wanted to come an' all.
Look, I got this from Mark. Him and Julie are getting married.
Not till Christmas.
The Black Isle for Christmas?
That's something to look forward to.
What's the matter? I thought you'd be happy for them.
Aye, well, I am.
You know what? Sit back down.
Come on, sit down. Come on! This is a cause for celebration.
What're you doing?
We're going to have our lunch date here.
Aye, all right, then.
As you can see, in this house, we open the bottle
the night before, just leaving the slight hint of fizz.
There you go.
And the ham...
..air-dried around the edges for that added crunch.
You're a daftie!
This is pure quality, by the way.
Who needs to go out when you've got all this?
Here, I'll need to get a new suit for Mark's wedding.
He'll not be wanting everybody in kilts, will he?
You do realise there'll be three of us by then!
It's going to be amazing, showing the wee one off.
Yeah, well, I might not make it that far.
-See you next time.
I'm all right.
-It disnae look like nothing.
Is it you and Alex?
There is no me and Alex.
Och, I'm just not sleeping well. I need to get some sleep.
It isnae just the pregnancy, is it?
I wish that was all there was. I really do.
I cannae talk about it.
OK, fine. Talk about something else.
Tell me about you.
I thought you wanted to feel better.
My book isn't even half full.
I need it to be three-quarters full to break even.
And I've been living off a credit card for the last three months.
Well, anyone that can live within their means lacks imagination.
Well, I must be da Vinci!
At least you can still laugh about it.
I just decided to stop letting it get to me and do something about it.
That's very grown-up.
I finally realised that it's never going to go away
unless I face it and deal with it.
But what if you can't put things right
or at least it's not that straightforward?
There must be something you can do.
What if you had the choice to do something bad,
but that it might help more people...
..or do what you know's right but it could go wrong?
Hypothetically speaking, of course.
When all this passes and you look back in a year,
what would you wish you'd done?
Good times are never far away. You'll see.
Pop that wee one out
and before you know it Scarlett and Jimmy'll be up to their eyes
in nappies and me and you'll be out dancing the night away.
KNOCK ON DOOR
She looks like she means business.
-I can send her away.
No. It's time to face things.
Most of all, I really want to hold your hand
on the first day at school.
I remember how scared and excited I was walking through they gates...
..but it'll be your daddy talking to you
and waiting for you at the end of the day...
..and I know he'll make you brave...
..and he'll be so proud of you.
I wasnae being nosy or anything
but I found this under the couch.
Well, you should have asked.
What is all this?
Are you trying to freak me out? Cos it's working.
It's a memory box, OK? It's for the wean.
Just in case...
It's lovely, but you don't need it.
Just leave it, Stevie, eh?
So, Stone Roses, Spike Island - it was transcendent,
defined me in many ways.
The sound was dreadful, though. And the rain! Brrf!
Had to throw those flowers away.
Ah, here she is, my beautiful wife.
Can't keep her hands off my pies.
I need to talk to you.
I'm all ears.
I've been thinking about the future.
Funny you should say that. I was talking to Angus earlier.
The guy, he's as mad as a box of frogs
but he said this thing that got the old juices flowing...
Actually, I was talking about my future. Well, ours.
The practice has been put up for sale.
It seems there's an offer in.
Oh, bummer. Hold on a minute.
Is this good news?
It's not great, call it 200 quid cash.
Have you got a twenty on you?
Damn. Mate, I'll be two minutes.
Just need to go to the cash machine, OK?
AJ, look, I think we should... look into buying the practice,
if we still have a chance.
There you go with your crazy notions.
Why don't we just go and buy the Tall Ship while we're at it?
You all right?
I'm no' sure. Aye, I think so.
Do you want to come in and make an appointment?
I'm just really worried about Stella.
I've not got a clue how to help her any more. I've not.
-Do you know what this is?
-Not entirely sure,
but if the wind changes, your face'll stay like that, pal.
It's a smile, AJ.
And do you know why it's there? I've got great news.
Feast your eyes.
Is she no' a sunbeam?
Ha-ha! Right, I get it. Joke, yeah?
Harry put you up to this, didn't he?
Angus, we talked about cars. A fleet of them, remember?
Not one clapped-out moped.
This is the first of many!
The first of many clapped-out mopeds?
Look beyond the superficial - remember the vision.
Cars, Angus. That's the direction I was going in.
I can do cars!
Hybrids? I've printed off some sales bumf if you want to have a look.
-There's some pretty tasty deals.
-I've paid for it now.
What did you do that for? Aw, the vision(?)
What am I going to do with it?
My advice? Get your money back or, er, chuck it in the river.
What's the matter? Has the hospital been in touch?
No, no, I just had a spare few minutes. I had a no-show.
Stevie came to talk to me earlier.
Honest to God, man, he shouldnae be talking behind my back.
Oh, he's scared(?)
Last time I looked he wasnae the one that had cancer.
Do you want me to leave?
No, don't be daft.
My brother's getting married.
Stevie keeps banging on about it.
He cannae wait.
And you think you're not gonnae be around then?
I cannae sleep, cannae think.
I can write a prescription for something that'll help you sleep.
It will get better.
Yeah, well, is that a guarantee?
Cos I need this voice inside my head
to stop telling me that I'm going to die.
Have you got a prescription for that?
Oh, my God, man!
Look, the voice won't stop... but you have to learn to not listen.
What if I cannae?
Stella, look at me.
I need this baby to keep growing.
I cannae hurt Stevie. He's trying so hard.
Stevie will be fine.
But it would help him to know
that you haven't given up.
'Hi, this is Kelly Marie.
'Please leave a message.' BEEP
Spoke to Kelly Marie lately?
It's just that me and her, we had a very interesting conversation.
I was wondering who sent her. Was it you?
Or was it Mummy?
Well, that is interesting.
Cos it looks to me like she's calling the shots for you too.
My offer earlier - to walk away from Kelly Marie and Cal...
Who do you hate more?
Me or my mum?
You see, that's a difficult one
You've both got your unique styles.
Except from what I heard...
..I don't need to worry about you walking away.
Word around the campfire,
you're getting pushed.
Oh, the D-I-V-O-R-C-E
becomes final today.
What, you're serious about giving up?
It's been a bit of a millstone round my neck.
I'm just starting to wonder if, like the booze and Will,
it's just another bad habit that I need to break.
Maybe I need a career change?
A career change? Robbie, you're a hairdresser.
Well, what if I'm meant to be something else?
Like...I don't know, a traffic warden or something?
A traffic warden?
Ellie, I'm scared. What if I lose the salon?
Things aren't that bad?
Why didn't you say?
I was embarrassed.
Chin up. Could be worse.
I could be left with nothing.
-Are you in tonight?
I don't think it's a good idea.
I was just asking Harry if he'd seen you.
Um, I made a few calls
and this is completely unofficial and you didn't hear it from me...
I already know.
A developer has put an offer in on the practice.
Sorry, I didn't have time to wait for you to phone a friend.
Well, they might have some competition at least.
You made an offer?
Good for you. I didn't think you would do it.
I'm just trying to do the right thing.
And I'm proud of you. OK, so what did Dad say?
Er, well, we still have to go through the finer details
but he knows how I feel.
I'll probably get outbid anyway, but at least I'll have tried, eh?
-Oh! I meant to ask, are you still looking for bar staff?
Harry's looking for some work.
Well, you need to earn some money. And he has experience.
Mum, this is embarrassing.
What's the point of having friends
if you can't ask them for a favour now and again?
Why don't you pop round later and we'll have a look at the rota?
Yeah, I'd like to fix up a test drive, please.
2.30 tomorrow, aye, works for me.
Brilliant. OK, well, I'll see you then. OK. Brilliant.
Thanks a lot. Cheers.
Bye. Bye now. Bye.
Hey, you've been spending too long in there.
-People'll start talking.
It's the slippery slope to a tonic wine habit
and sleeping upside down behind the television.
Trust me, I've been there. Well, minus the tonic.
Anyway, that's my parental duties taken care of.
Time for the exciting news.
Oh, I know! I think it's brilliant.
How do you know? I've not told you.
Mum just told me earlier.
It's just what she needs.
Sorry, just what she needs? What are you talking about?
The practice. Why, what are you talking about?
Lenny didn't bite, then?
No, and he's not gonnae stop until he finds you, and when he does...
Martina, you need to speak to Alex, please.
Get money off him and leave,
but you have to leave right now. PHONE RINGS
I don't think Alex would be prepared to hand over the kind of money
-No, he loves you... well, in his own way.
Alex loves Alex.
Oh, I'm to blame, I know.
I just wish there was a way I could tell him how sorry I am...
..but it's too late, I suppose.
No, there's still time.
But you have to get away from here while you still can.
Look, I should go, but...
It's a thousand. PHONE RINGS
It's a very sweet gesture.
Look, I know it won't get you far but it was all I could take out.
I can get more and, you know, I'll send it to you.
Sorry...I just need a minute.
I feel faint.
Have you not been looking after yourself?
When did you last eat?
Your blood sugar must be low.
I'll make you something to eat.
Annie, just a wee question.
Why didn't you tell me what you were planning?
I did! I said, "I think we should buy it."
Yeah, and I said, "We should buy the Tall Ship!"
Well, AJ, about that...
Annie, it's not a joke!
Look, I have been through the numbers. This can work, honestly.
Look, the savings can cover it comfortably
and I only take out what I put in.
That money was meant as a cushion for my business.
That is what we agreed.
And you still have a year.
I've got a chance to do something here, right, not just for me,
but for us as a family and now suddenly you're undermining me.
That is not true.
Well, that's what it feels like.
You know, I thought you'd be happy. I should have known better.
What part of this could possibly make me happy?
Oh, right, let me think.
How about the part where we save the medical centre for your community?
Right, now that is not fair.
I don't want it closed any more than you do.
No, of course not.
So let's look on the bright side, eh?
More flats will mean more pie customers.
I know how much working at the practice means to you, all right?
I'm not entirely blind.
But if you buy the practice, it'll be a complete disaster.
-Oh, wow! Thanks for that vote of confidence(!)
-All I'm saying is
that you have got zero business experience.
Yeah, well, I was kind of hoping
that you might help with the business side of things.
Aye, well, I would have to, wouldn't I?
Seriously, is keeping the medical centre running
not a better use of your time?
I mean, what will you have contributed to humanity, eh?
In what way is that more important?
Come on, Annie. That is not fair.
We agreed to me taking the business on.
But I'm not sure I could do it all over again for the practice.
I mean, that would send me over the edge.
Well, I and the people of Shieldinch thank you
for your generosity of spirit.
My brother Billy... he wasn't entirely bad, you know.
It was very...very deep down admittedly, but it was there.
He was such a gentle wee boy.
Most people are glad that he's dead...
So what you said this morning about me being able to grieve...
..it was the nicest thing anyone's said to me for a long time.
It's the only way to move on.
I never wanted Lenny to hurt you.
You have to believe me.
If I could turn back the clocks, I would.
I'd do it right now.
I was just so scared for Callum
and everything was piling on top of me.
I just couldn't think straight.
Closure. Isn't that what it's called?
Well, at least I have that now.
Martina, I'm so sorry.
You did it for your son and for my grandson.
Alex, what is it? I'm with your mum.
Right, fine, I'll see you later.
-..for being understanding.
-Oh, I don't have a heart of stone.
You did it for the love of your family.
And I know it pains you.
Oh, Kelly Marie...
say goodbye to Callum for me, will you?
You're right. What choice do I have?
Thank you for telling me.
I can grieve now.
Orange juice, please, Stevie.
-I got a call off that estate agent lady.
Ooh, are you gonnae be rich?
Well, not exactly. First she told me it was worth 100 grand.
That's a lot of dosh.
But she's reduced the valuation.
That's still 65 grand.
-No, 35 grand is what they reckon it's worth.
They're having a laugh!
And that's when I've got to fork out for new electrics - up front.
I don't have five grand,
so looks like I'm no' selling after all.
Oh, I'm sorry...I think.
You know what? You're dead right. I am a hairdresser.
Not a teacher?
Please! Me in corduroy?
Here's to the fight.
Five grand, though, I mean, that would just about cover my debts and
then I'm back to square one looking for a job in somebody else's salon.
Or even worse, pimping a Transit and calling it a mobile salon.
Yes. That's brilliant.
OK, thanks for your help. Bye.
-Ellie, can you watch the bar for me?
Hey, I'm glad you came. Come on, let's get a seat.
Do you want a drink or...
No, I'm all right.
How are you feeling?
I had a visitor the day.
I shouldnae have spoke to her but I didnae know where else to turn.
No, it's all right. If anybody else said what she said, it would
probably come across as rude, but with Annie, it just kind of works.
Stevie... I'm really lucky to have you.
And I know I've been horrible to be around recently.
Today was just really hard.
-You're here late.
-I want to freshen the place up.
I think I'll repaint.
I was thinking Tiffany Blue for the walls.
Anyway, enough of that. How are you doing?
Er, aye, it's been a bit of a day, but I'm OK...I think.
Listen, thanks for earlier.
Any time. Talking about myself is one of my favourite things to do.
-Right, so do you want a hand?
-Are you sure you're up to it?
OK. Mainly I love this job for the glamour.
Fancy a pint?
Aye, go on, then.
I'm always buying.
-Except when I'm selling clapped-out mopeds to eejits like you.
Now, wait a minute, Annie.
No. How could you do that without talking to me first?
AJ, you want to go for a pint?
She's gone and bought the practice.
You don't look happy.
I'm not happy, Bob. I'm the opposite of happy.
That means he's unhappy, Bob.
What's the matter with you?
Oh, it's German? Right. What does it mean?
It means ha-ha-ha!
Divorce papers! Is this some kind of joke?
I don't want you anywhere near us.
You didn't think to warn me?
Just get it signed and we can put an end to this farce.
Just leave me alone, Alex. I'm too tired.
Oh, and by the way, your mother's agreed to leave Glasgow.
Aye, but don't look too grateful,
cos she'll be putting the squeeze on you for her leaving fund.
I want you to reconsider, Kel.
If nothing else, for the baby and Cal.
For the baby and Cal? Why do you think I'm doing this?
That's no' fair.
Well, I've learnt from the best.
I don't think it's a good idea you being around Cal...
You want to keep the boy away from me, that'll break his heart.
-He'll get over it.
-You don't mean this.
-Damn right I do!
If I can't have you, nobody can. You're carrying my baby.
And if I have my way, I'll make sure he never knows you exist!
Think you should go now.
Stay out of this, Jimmy!
You'll regret saying that.
What was all that about?
That was me stopping being a mug!
Do you want me to walk you home?
I'm fine, Jimmy. I just need some space.
You're in here again?
Look, people will talk.
I've just seen Mum.
-You really should be supporting her.
-I thought she was happy.
You guys need to start talking.
I mean to each other, not at each other.
She came here with you and that was a massive act of...trust.
What, you think I don't know that?
I'm not sure.
..but it's time you gave a bit of it back, don't you think?
KNOCK ON DOOR
I just wanted to say that...
..so proud of you earlier, when you came in the pub.
No, Stevie, wait.
It's about time you moved back in here.
Stella, you don't need to do that.
Aye, I do.
What you doing?
What the hell are you doing here?
I've been accused of what?!
I need to be here when she wakes up.
Does that say, "Burns open mic
What kind of sick game
are you playing at, you selfish, ignorant cow?!
She's my wife, that is my family in there.
She doesnae want you in her life any more and she wouldnae want you here.
Is there something you're not telling me?
-Need to take Cal home.
-Alex, what have you done?
Ready to go, sir?