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What the hell are you doing here?
How is she?
She's the same as the last time you showed your face round here.
Caitlin made the allegation.
Leave him alone.
You and your disgusting family have done enough damage.
Number 18, Montego Street.
Do you think I like living my life like this,
surviving from day to day?
I had dreams too, you know.
Alex, what have you done?
Nothing, I swear.
I've been told my telephone manner is excellent.
In fact, an ex said that I'd clean up in the sex chat game,
so cold calling will be no bother.
When it comes to the Christmas do,
you can rely on me to get the party started.
Oh, don't worry about the photocopier.
I know what you're thinking, fuller figure and all that,
but nae danger,
I'll not be dropping my drawers and climbing on.
I'm classier than that.
So, eh, if I get the job,
I won't be needing to start at this kind of time in the morning, will I?
Thank you, Miss McLean.
We'll let you know.
Cal, he got the star of the week award at school for best spelling.
He said it was also because
he wasn't going to the toilet all the time,
but they couldn't put that on the certificate.
Aye, he did a great drawing an' all.
Oh, it's great.
Says it was him teaching his baby brother to play football.
That's me done for now.
She was checking the baby's position.
She didnae look worried, though, eh?
What happens if she goes into labour when she's like this?
What if the baby's born premature?
Scarlett, I don't know.
Alex should be here.
Aye, well, the police have maybe kept him in overnight.
We need you to wake up now, darling.
Come back to us.
I need to get to the hospital.
Where's my "Good morning"?
No, you're right, actually. You should be there.
Has something happened? With Kelly? With the baby?
Tell me what went down between you and your wife
or give me a corroborated alibi.
I've told you. I was at the club. Alone.
Now tell me what's going on.
I know how you treated her.
You control freaks are all the same.
I bet she wanted to leave you - is that why you put her in a coma,
-to teach her a lesson?
-How many times?! I wasn't there!
Then where were you?
It's you that's making it that way.
Just tell me the truth.
I told you. I was at the club, alone.
We'll check CCTV.
Don't forget this.
Have you done an all-nighter?
Ah, very funny. Had that job interview, didn't I?
Think you'll get it?
Hope like hell I don't.
Did everything I could to put them off.
I'm sick of these useless, tick-the-box, dead-end interviews.
The pay sucks as well.
Wouldn't even cover the child care, let alone rent and bills.
I had to go or they stop my money.
Amount of hoops you have to jump through.
Come on, you. Hair.
What're you doing here?
I need to talk to you.
Look, I might have got this wrong, but...
I hate to say it, but I think Ruby might have taken some money.
I had a 20 in my purse last night.
Ruby was playing with it and then... Now it's gone.
You could have spent it. Dropped it.
This isn't the first time this has happened with Ruby.
You better have your facts straight, Ellie.
Caitlin, we need to talk about this first.
I'll get her.
You got something you want to tell me, young lady?
Go easy, will you?
Sorry, Auntie Ellie.
It's OK, Ruby.
Did you steal her money?
It's cos...you had a takeaway and we never get one.
You can't just take money.
Your benefits. You just take them.
I don't steal, Ruby.
It's the same thing.
It's not the same thing at all.
I'm entitled to that money.
To look after you lot, that's why.
This stuff doesn't come cheap.
I can't wait to claim when I'm older,
so I can buy my own things!
Go and get it.
Can't. I've spent it.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
She won't have meant that, what she said.
I wish to God she didn't.
I haven't been sleeping much either.
Swing by here later and we'll go to the hospital together, all right?
OK. Bye, Patrick.
How're you doing?
Take a guess.
Look, I just came to see if there's anything I can do.
Are you all right?
I'm worried sick about Kelly-Marie.
I feel as though I've let her down.
I should have been there for her. I should have got her away from him.
I knew...what was going on and I never did anything about it.
Now she's in hospital.
But she fell, he had nothing to do with it.
How do you know?
If he wasn't in her life, she wouldn't be in a coma right now.
-I know that much for sure.
He's so manipulative. Wore her down.
She's half the woman she was before he came along.
He comes across all charm and swagger, but...
but he is a nasty piece of work.
I don't really know the guy.
Don't remind me.
Well, maybe we should get a can of petrol,
and finish the place off properly, eh?
That does sound very appealing right now.
-Have you had breakfast?
-Cup of tea.
I've a stint to do at the charity shop, then the Ship.
So are you going to the hospital?
Look, I've got three shifts today.
Kelly-Marie's strong as an ox. She'll be as right as rain.
And knowing my luck, if I went there,
they'd take one look at me and wheech me off to the geriatric ward.
I'll be there soon enough, Liz. You too, I imagine.
Eh, excuse me.
She thinks that when she leaves school,
she's just going to sign on.
-She's a kid.
-That I raised!
She used to say she wanted to be a vet.
Never mentions that any more.
You heard her. She said she wants to claim.
It terrifies me.
Well, do you think you might get it? The job?
It doesnae matter, does it? I don't want it.
And you're surprised by Ruby's attitude(!)
Like I told her, zero-hours contract on a minimum wage
just makes me poorer.
After tax and child care. It's not just me here, Ellie.
Well, you can't keep living like this.
But I've done my sums. Hundreds of times.
But nothing's going to change, is it?
You can't get promoted on the dole.
You can't save, you can't go on holiday...
-I know that, Ellie.
-I don't think you do.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
I've got no credit for outgoing calls.
Wish they'd just cut me off fae incoming.
Least I wouldnae have to take this stalking.
I've got the bailiffs after me too.
I told you to stop using those companies.
How else am I going to afford all this?
Well, they saw you coming.
And there's plenty more of them.
This can't go on.
Let's get online and see if there's anything you can apply for.
Come on, let's get you a job!
LOCK TURNS, DOOR OPENS
The hospital have been on the phone again.
How sadistic are you?
They're concerned about these bruises on Kelly-Marie's arm.
They think there's something more to it...
-and with your lack of alibi...
-Let me out of here!
What's the rush?
I think you're the last person she'd want anywhere near her.
There's no sign of you on CCTV at Chrome.
Please...let me go.
When you tell me where you were.
Then you can go and see her.
You know, in case...
Just say it.
-I was with someone.
HE SNORTS You're a liar.
I was with Angel Delaney at my flat.
For how long?
When did she leave?
The next morning.
Sorry, I'm just joining up the dots here.
Stop me if I'm misunderstanding you.
Tell me about Kel.
Kelly-Marie is still in an induced coma. There's no change.
So I can go, then?
I don't know what's worse -
where you were while she was lying bleeding on the pavement
or the fact that you would rather keep your dirty little secret
-than be at her bedside.
-I need to see her!
You're going nowhere, pal, until I've spoken to this Angel Delaney.
HE KNOCKS ON DOOR
I hope she was worth it.
Open interview for a PA?
I've not got a hope, have I?
No, it's just...
Well, I've got three kids.
If I can sort them out, I can manage some idiot's diary
and pick up his dry cleaning.
I think there's a bit more to it than that!
Spreadsheets, syncing appointments...
But you said that...
-Money will be terrible.
-Well, it's a start.
You could work your way up, in a company like that.
-What about child care?
-I can help you.
Travel costs, lunches.
Look, you can find a thousand reasons not to apply,
but there's just as many reasons for you getting off the dole.
It's just... It's scary.
I haven't worked in a very long time.
I know, you'll be fine.
You need to get through the interview first.
Well, at least I'm dressed already.
Hey, it took me ten minutes to get this zip up.
Have you not got anything more...
Oh, aye, my wardrobe's heaving with business suits.
-Well, I can help you sort something.
I'll buy you something. Well, you should go for this.
MUSIC: Superstition by Stevie Wonder
Are you serious?
MUSIC CUTS OUT ABRUPTLY
What? I'm just trying out a new look.
And what look's that?
Man in the grip of a mid-life crisis?
Food is the new sexy, I think you'll find.
I just thought I'd bring my look a bit more up to date.
Hip? At your age you're more on the wrong side of hip-replacement.
So you think I should just go on dressing like a banker, then?
Well, you're doing a pretty good impression of something that rhymes.
I wasnae really thinking second-hand, if I'm honest.
I'm no' made of money, Caitlin.
Plenty new stock in.
Been a spate of deaths?
Aye, well, she's looking for something smart.
Court appearance, is it?
Oh, good for you!
At least it'll get you out your pyjamas.
This one was in the shop the other day there
with a jacket over her onesie.
Eh? Oh, you know.
Well, have you been in today?
Jimmy and Scarlett are there.
She's a cheeky besom.
-She's just pulling your leg.
Right, what about this?
Keech brown? I don't think so.
Check that out.
That's really good of you. You didnae have to do that.
Well, it's a lot for one person to deal with.
"Winner in creative colour, Group Association Finals -
Wow! I'd forgotten all about those days.
I'm surprised those certificates survived the fire.
-I had no idea you were that good.
-Cheeky cow, I'm highly decorated.
Oh, I bet you are.
I used to do a lot of editorial.
It's a bit of a trip how I've gone from doing that,
to purple rinses and poodle perms,
but I suppose that's what happens when you go from being a stylist
-to having a salon.
-So, go back to being a stylist.
Higher end, fewer clients, more money.
Maybe. It was always Will that was on at me about stability,
having my own business...
Yeah, but he's gone. It's all about you now.
I say go back to winning these awards.
Thanks, Angel. I do mean that.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Might be your first new client.
-I'm closed, I'm afraid.
Yeah, yeah, I can see that.
It's actually this Angel Delaney I'm looking for.
Oh, aye. What have you been up to?
Miss Delaney, I'm Detective Inspector Donald,
Shieldinch and Mossgreen Police.
It's about Alex McAllister.
Shall we step outside?
This is what they want, is it?
Looks all right.
I wonder who had this before me.
Probably somebody that worked in a bank,
then dropped down dead the day before she retired.
Or maybe she loved her job and retired to Spain.
Och, I'll never get it.
Even if I did, how would I manage it.
-With the kids.
Look, there's nothing wrong with having to get by
-like everyone else does.
-MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Is that them again? The bailiffs?
Are yous all right in there?
Aye, sorry, we were blethering.
Aw, look at you!
Good luck, hen. I hope it works out for you.
They're checking that foetal monitor again.
Oh, here he comes.
Oh, I knew they'd let him out.
-How is she?
-The doctor's wi' her at the minute.
What did the police want?
And the baby?
They've connected a heartbeat monitor.
Were you there the whole night?
Yeah, but it was just a misunderstanding.
-It's sorted now.
We just need to keep monitoring.
But everything's OK?
Stable at the moment, yes.
-Can I see her?
So, what was all that about with Alex?
Just something about where he was or something.
They had him in for questioning, and he said he was with me
the night Kelly-Marie had her accident.
Why would he say he was with you?
To prove he wasn't there at the time, I guess.
But, why you?
Because he was.
Did you sleep with him?
Look, he didn't hurt her.
-The back of your van, was it?
-Spent the night at his, actually.
How could you do that to her?!
Come on, Robbie!
I screwed up again.
And I know you're...
..you're never going to forgive me for it...
I'm so, so sorry.
It was stupid.
I don't want to give you any excuses cos...
..it's not my first second chance.
You deserve a better man than me.
But it'll be different.
There he is.
So can we talk about this?
Do you know what, Angel? I've got enough friends.
So I'm not interested in your excuses.
Seems like I don't really know you anyway, so what's the point?
Come on, don't be so melodramatic.
Kelly-Marie is my best friend
and you think it's cool to sleep with her husband behind her back?
Look, I didn't know that when I first met him.
Oh, right, and when was that?
That night I saw you in Chrome.
That was her hen night.
Well, he didn't seem to mind.
So you've slept with him twice?
You are unbelievable, do you know that?
Look, I'm a single woman, Robbie.
And Alex is married.
Oh, and so suddenly he's your best mate?
-No, she is.
That's why you stood to one side
while he made her more and more miserable.
I'm not responsible for his lack of morals.
You could have said no.
Why should I?
He's hot and he's good in bed, so why should I have said no?
You actually have to ask that?
As far as I knew, he was single the first time we hooked up,
then the next time we got together, they'd split up.
And who are you to judge me?
What's that supposed to mean?
I've heard the gossip, Robbie.
You know nothing about me.
I know enough.
Your tragic little life with your pensioners' salon
and your bully ex-husband.
And you were happy enough to put it about with your one-night stands.
Yeah, OK, I think we're done here.
At least I didn't cheat on anyone.
They're planning on doing another MRI scan.
It monitors brain activity, they said.
They don't seem to be able to actually do anything to help her.
There's certainly enough of them.
How is she?
She's still the same. The nurses are with her.
As soon as she wakes up, I'm going to want to talk to her,
see if she can remember what happened.
What if she cannae remember anything?
They've already said they're worried about her head injury.
-It's OK, darlin'.
-We'll be sensitive.
Take the doctor's advice.
Oh, your alibi checked out, by the way.
I spoke to that woman, she confirmed that you were indeed with her...
Och, I'm sure Mr McAllister can fill you in on the details.
It was a business meeting.
What, all night?
It was a dinner. Work.
I'm going to get a coffee. Do you want one?
I'm committed and hard-working,
and I think that makes up for the years
that I've been out of the job market
while I've been raising my family.
It's surprising the...eh...
The transferable skills that being a mum has given me.
I run a budget, I keep a tight schedule.
So although I've no real qualifications to speak of,
you can't say I'm without experience.
-That was brilliant.
-Did I get it wrong?
No, you got it right. Dead right.
-I've never seen you like this before.
You can tell you really care about this interview.
Mind you, it's taken 15 years to get here.
I've not got a snowball's chance in hell, have I?
Yes, you have.
Like you said, you've been bringing up those kids,
that's got to count for something.
Maybe I have. What's a PA, apart from a glorified mum?
Yeah. I might have a chance, you know.
What are you doing here?
There you are.
Me and Robbie are going up to the hospital, you want to come with us?
Well, I would, son,
but I'm back at the shop then I'm on to the health centre.
Could Alasdair no' cover?
No, no, no, no, no, he can't.
And, anyway, I'd only be in the way down there.
You'll let me know how she's doing, eh?
Now, that's me finished one and on to the next, see you later, son.
You all right?
I thought we were meeting at the salon.
That is the last place I want to be right now.
-How, what is it now?
-Nothing, don't worry about it. Let's go.
Just a white coffee, please, Serge.
Who was that?
That was Unsquare Sausage.
Quite influential on the urban gastronomy scene, actually.
It's a really stupid word, it's hard to say.
The Unsquare Sausage?
That's just what he goes by.
I think his real name is... I want to say Gordon?
Ah, so this is what this new look's all about.
-And what did he want with you?
-To do a piece on the Life of Pie.
I've been getting some real word of mouth, I'll have you know.
Buzz. At least I was until now.
Not go so well?
He wanted to know where I source my ingredients.
Whether I was committed to farm-to-fork dining.
Kept asking about my social media presence.
I had to admit to him I don't really have one.
How does one go about getting oneself trending?
Don't leave me hanging.
Here, why don't I ask Harry? He could give me some pointers.
Oh, hey, have you got five minutes?
Excuse me, madam, can I interest you in a...?
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
-Leave me alone!
-'Miss McLean, are you there?'
How did it go?
There's a button missing off this.
Well, it's second-hand.
I want my money back.
We take donations, no' returns.
I mean, you cannae return an outfit when you're wearing the damn thing.
So did you get the job or not?
No, I didnae.
Well, have you got anything else lined up?
Oh, I dunno.
Back on the take, then, eh?
That's right. Back to scrounging.
I've got work to do.
No, you've not heard the rest of it.
You want to know all about it, I'll tell you.
I don't want to know.
Interview was over in, what, five minutes?
Cos they recognise scum when they see it.
Is that right?
But they kept me late,
so I missed my dole appointment and now I lose four weeks' money.
Well, you shouldnae have missed it, then, should you?
See, anyone else would have - what is it? - empathy.
Four weeks' money!
But you've not got a decent bone in your body, have you?
You have no right to talk to me like that.
Oh, and you have?
As long as it's my tax that's paying for you to sit on your backside,
You've no idea what it's like.
Why should taxpayers like me pay the rent for that big house?
I can only afford a flat.
Why should I cover for your council tax?
Why is it always down to us to keep you?
-There's nothing out there!
That I can do and still bring up three kids.
Well, you shouldnae have kids if you cannae afford them.
It's not fair on them or the rest of us.
Change the record. I hear that all the time fae you lot.
Listen. I am working class...
and I brought up six children and never claimed a penny!
Stand up and be responsible, woman!
Benefits are for those that really need them.
Have you thought what this is doing to your children?
I'm trying to look after them, that's what I'm doing.
Well, you need to get grafting like the rest us of.
Be a skivvy like you?
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Well, I'm no', all right?
I'm not lazy, I'm not a scrounger.
I'm a mum. Like you.
I keep trying to distract myself,
but it's always there at the back of my head, just niggling away.
I'm in a game but I'm not in control,
does that make sense?
It's perfectly normal to feel like that.
You wouldn't be human if you didn't.
I'm very impressed with you, you know, madam.
It's aggressive treatment and you're handling it brilliantly.
I just want to feel normal again.
I'm just sick of people treating me like I'm a sick puppy
or pure giving me awkward banter cos they just don't know what to say.
Well, I can't stop people being idiots,
but, well, I have got something for you
that might help you feel normal again.
My birthday's not for ages.
This isn't the place that I would want to give you this,
but I didn't want to worry you and call you down to the medical centre.
What is it?
No. Open it when you get home.
Stevie usually buys me this stuff.
It's a mastectomy bra.
I mean, it's not quite Victoria's Secret
or Agent Provocateur, I'll give you that,
but it should help give you some shape.
There's a few different ones in there to try.
Just take them home, OK? See how go.
It's just until we book you in for your corrective surgery.
I know it's difficult now that the results are looming on the horizon,
but you cannot think about them until they are here.
That's what Stevie keeps saying.
Well, it's not often I say this about a man, but he's right.
You should listen to him.
Thanks, that was really sweet of you.
Listen to me.
You have come this far,
and there's still loads of things to feel positive about.
Don't give up hope yet.
The baby's heart rate is concerning us,
so my colleague from obstetrics has come to have a look.
-If you'll excuse us.
How yous doin'?
Is everything OK?
They've got an obstetrician looking at the baby.
Is that bad?
Kel seems stable, so I'm guessing that's good news.
They're really just focusing on the baby.
Are yous hungry? I could go and grab something.
Might be an idea.
I couldnae eat anything.
You have to eat something.
Look, if you wouldn't mind grabbing some sandwiches.
-I'd go, but I don't think I should leave her.
-Of course you don't.
-It's all right.
No, you keep your money.
I had an interview.
Well, phone them up and ask them.
I had no calling credit to call.
Oh, spare me the computer-says-no garbage.
There was a genuine reason I was late.
You've no right.
No, please don't do that.
I've school uniform to get and bills to pay.
This is the only money I get.
It wasn't my fault!
OK, I'll tell you what...
I'll put you on to my 11-year-old.
No, you listen to me.
You need to speak to her and explain how we're expected to eat
for the next four weeks.
Caitlin, stop it.
Hello, this is Ruby.
-Tell her why she can't have new school shoes. Tell her!
This is what you're doing to my family.
I hope you're happy!
What is going on? Caitlin?
I've been sanctioned.
We're barely surviving as it is. This'll sink us.
What was I doing, eh?
I should never have gone if I thought I was going to be late
to the job centre.
This was your idea in the first place.
I didn't know. Caitlin, I'm sorry.
Sorry is no' going to pay the bailiffs or the phone
or the loans or the leccy.
It was just one interview.
I was so proud of you this morning, you know that?
And how's that meant to feed my kids?
Surely they can't just do that, stop your money.
They can, and they do it all the time.
They've been in there a while, have they no'?
It's a waiting game.
I hate this. Knowing there's nothing we can do.
The midwife's going in there again.
That's not a good sign, is it?
We've got to trust them.
Do you want a break?
With that going on in there?
They're looking after her.
You look exhausted.
I'm no' going anywhere, so if you want to get a bit of fresh air...
you don't have to do it by yourself.
I'm here for her too, you know.
The doting husband.
What was that, Robbie?
Scarlett, I am sorry,
but I cannot stand here and listen to him any more.
Here for her?
You have done nothing but hurt that lassie.
Hold on a minute.
With your put downs, your constant criticism, your crazy jealousy
and all your warped mind games.
What are you doing?
She was strong, and feisty, she was independent.
You should go.
Then you come along and look where she is now.
Are you serious?
-I wasn't even there.
No, you weren't, were you?
Are you going to tell them where you were?
-Get out of here.
-Get out of here!
-I know, Alex.
I know where you were when Kelly-Marie fell.
-Robbie, whatever it is you're...
For once, have some guts and tell the truth.
You've got no respect for her, have you?
Robbie? Robbie, wait a minute, she's lying in there.
See whatever it is, gonnae tell me.
I need to know.
-No, I'm asking you.
He has been sleeping with Angel Delaney.
That's where he was.
Alex, is this true?
He doesn't know what he's talking about.
He probably hallucinated it during one of his blackouts.
I am done taking your crap, you spineless, selfish, sleazy git.
-Spare us the hysterics.
-You are so low.
And you're attention-seeking with a vivid imagination.
Oh, give it up, Alex.
The police have already checked out with Angel.
Yeah, I was with her, but not like that.
-And on Kelly-Marie's hen night.
-What are you trying to prove?!
-Her hen night?!
-You make my skin crawl.
Tell me it's no' true, Alex.
You gonnae answer her, then?
-It's nothing to do with you.
-You get your hands aff him.
-You a hard man all of a sudden?
Wait a minute! Both of yous, it's a hospital!
Come on, we need to hurry. Get out.
Can we clear this...? Clear the space, please.
-Where are you taking her?
-OK, we need to hurry.
-Where are you taking her?!
-She's had a placental abruption
-and we need to get the baby out right now.
As soon as she's prepped, you can come in with her.
-No way is he going in with her.
-He's the next of kin.
-But I'm her mother! I need to be...
-This is an emergency procedure
and we can only accommodate the father. I'm sorry, that's how it is.
I'm all front, Ellie.
I'm just getting older and less qualified
and less employable by the minute.
You look tired.
I don't sleep much.
Just lie there running through the debts.
I don't actually want much.
Just enough to pay the bills
and somehow make the rent.
Peace of mind.
I know. I'm sorry.
Look, I better get going.
Thanks for...you know.
See you later, kids.
-Bye, Auntie Ellie.
The wean's only 33 weeks old. It's too early.
They'll be all right, they'll have to be.
Alex shouldnae be in there.
I'm so sorry, Scarlett.
He's not having anything to do with this wean.
What do you mean, "I'm not in the game"? I am in the game!
I'm no' offline. Mum, what's wrong with this?
What am I? IT department?
Switch it off and switch it on again.
-Did you pay the bill?
No, you didnae.
-Well, it's probably a mistake.
-This is a joke.
-Look, I'll sort it.
Go. Go, phone them, and sort it.
Phone them and pay the bill. Go!
This is pathetic.
Drew, don't get upset.
-I'm going out.
-No, stay. Have your dinner.
No, you're all right.
You want one?
No, I've still got the health centre to do.
Come on, you've time for a cuppa.
Go on. What'll she do? Sack me?
Might be no bad thing.
Well, look at you.
What's wrong with me?
You're running three jobs, it's not good for you at your age.
I can manage.
Yes, I'm sure you can, but that's not the point.
Come on, sit down for a minute.
You know when this baby comes along,
Kelly-Marie is going to need your help a bit more.
Maybe it is time you slowed down a bit.
that if I stop, I'll just... Oh, I don't know...
-I'll just drop.
-Och, no, you won't.
I could get Alasdair to run you up to the hospital.
There's no need to bother him.
You know, I was like you with Malcolm.
I hated going up to yon hospital.
Even the smell of it upset me.
But that wasn't fair on him.
..seeing Kelly-Marie wired up to all they machines.
I know, but you can handle it.
That's a good cup of tea.
Worth making you late for?
Maybe I should...slow down a bit.
MUSIC ON TV: Blank Space by Taylor Swift
Can we have chips for tea?
Might make you feel better.
KNOCK AT DOOR
KNOCK AT DOOR
Suppose I'll get it, shall I?
KNOCK AT DOOR
KNOCK AT DOOR
Get behind the couch.
Get behind... Now. Go. Go!
(Who is it?)
(I'm outta here.)
(It's the bailiffs. They've been ringing all day.
(But if we're no' in, they can't touch us.)
(But we are in.)
(But they don't know that.)
(This is ridiculous. I've got my tutorial to get to.)
-(You're staying here.)
-KNOCK AT DOOR
-(Please, Jenny, please.)
-KNOCK AT DOOR
KNOCK AT DOOR
KNOCK AT DOOR
KNOCK AT DOOR
(No, they've not gone. They just wait.
(Seeing if we're there.)
Let them get her settled.
It's a boy. It's a wee boy.
He's anaemic and suffering from apnoea,
so we're helping him to breathe.
The damage to the placenta meant that he was starved of oxygen.
We need to be extremely careful.
He'll be all right, though, eh?
He's early, so it's vital we keep him stable
over the next few hours.
He's incubated in neonatal.
I'm going to be with him.
Let me get Kelly settled.
And I'll make sure you can get up to see him.
He'll make it, won't he?
LIGHT KNOCK AT DOOR
Is it safe to answer this time?
Yeah, they should already be finished.
What do you want?
I just wanted a word.
I've had a few already off you today.
I might be able to help you out.
Why do you want to do that?
I've been there, scraping a living.
I handed my notice in at the pub, so they'll be needing somebody else.
They don't pay all that much.
But if you've four weeks without money...
And it might lead to something else. Who knows?
It's a start if nothing else.
So why are you telling me?
Because you said you werenae lazy.
And you said that you were a mum, so prove it.
For your children, if no' for you.
I'm sorry. I... I was rude.
Annie said that your daughter's doing very well.
You must be proud.
Do you not want her to be proud of you?
For cleaning pub toilets?
For doing whatever it takes to get her a better life.
So, you're a mammy again.
And you do know that Robbie is a really cool name these days.
It's the new Noah, apparently.
If you need anything, you and the kids...
I'm not going to just stand aside and wait for you to ask this time,
do you understand?
I miss you, Kel.
I've just been sorting through what's left of the salon.
By sorting through, I mean sitting on my arse
not knowing whether it's New York or New Year.
I know you've felt lost...
..and I've felt lost too.
I know I was going on about you not knowing who you are with Alex,
and I realised today that...
..I mean, I've forgotten who I was before Will.
I've no idea what I'm gonnae do.
I need you back...
..and I know that things'll work out for both of us.
We'll find our way home.
SONG: Ca' The Yowes Tae The Knowes by Dougie MacLean
Come and meet him.
Oh, he's gorgeous.
He's so small.
Hiya, my wee angel.
You're a poor soul, right enough.
Gran's here now, though.
I'll sit with you.
I would have come earlier, but I had work.
I was scared.
Cos here you are, all on your own.
Look at all this.
It should be me in here.
and I feel it.
You are a beautiful young lady
with your whole life ahead of you.
I've had my time.
If I could swap places with you...
..and see you wake up and walk out of here...
..I'd do it in a heart beat.
Last time I sat at your bedside...
..you were a baby.
A wee baby.
Your hand would fit round my finger back then.
I used to sing to you,
when you couldnae sleep
or something had given you a fright.
# Ca' the yowes tae the knowes
# Ca' them where the heather grows
# Ca' them where the burnie rowes
# My bonnie dearie. #
Mind you, I still don't know what a "yowe" is!
Or a "knowe" for that matter!
And I'm never going to leave you.
I love you, son.
From the deepest, purest place in my heart.
MACHINE BEEPS ERRATICALLY
What's that? What does it mean?
Please just help him.
Please just help him! Please!
The doctor thinks it could be something more serious.
-It really is too early to say.
You did get the letter this morning from the hospital?
They had to take him out early,
and he's downstairs in the intensive care unit.
I really want you to meet my boy. You're his grandmother.
Look at the state of you.
I'm making cakes.
-He gets to meet his mummy tomorrow.
-How is she?
Does she remember the fall?
Alex? What's wrong?