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I'm a Murdoch. Lenny's my father.
Wait a minute. You and her? And he's your...?
I need to ask you a question.
It wisnae an accident. She pushed her, she killed that wee baby!
I slept with Angel the night before our wedding.
I slept with her again the night you were pushed down the steps.
And do you know the worst part? I'd do it again.
-I should never have married you.
-She can't be saved.
-There's a car coming to pick you up.
Give my best to Billy.
Give me one good reason why I should.
That's what I thought.
-Are you going in there?
-Er... I-I don't know.
-Oh, well, I'll save you the trouble.
-Serge is going to be closing up in a minute.
They've had nothing delivered all week,
and he hasn't seen hide nor hair of Alex.
I was just thinking.
If we undercut by two quid,
well, we might get more airport fares.
I know it's early days,
but we can maybe get a head-start on people going on their holidays.
"Fine" you're going to think about it?
-"Fine"? What do I tell the drivers? What?
Change your prices, tell the guys. What's the matter with you?
I'm just trying to get back to normal.
Yeah, well, you and me both.
I want a taxi.
Ah, you've come to the right place.
I want to go to Alex's flat.
Because no-one's heard from him all week.
So are you gonna take me?
I think me and Lenny should go.
Not hearing from Alex, well, that's good news, as far as I'm concerned.
Not much in the way of father-son bonding going on then?
I mean, if it's been...
..a whole week, he might be in some state
and I don't want Kelly walking in there
not knowing what she's going to see.
-No, I-I'm coming too.
-No, you see, that would defeat the purpose.
-I mean, who knows, we might find him in the bath, head down.
It'll not be anything like that!
Tell you what, if he is, he'll be well ripe by now.
Look, just go back to your mum's, get a cup of tea, OK?
-I'll call you when me and Mr Sensitive here get back.
-No, down a bit...
-Yeah, right there.
Eh? Wee bit early, is it not?
Oh, we'll just take a sip and put the rest in the fridge for later.
-Yeah, because that is definitely going to happen.
Well, go on, then, make a toast.
Oh, what to?
I don't know. Well, you have got rid of that hipster beard.
-It's a step forward.
To Number 18. It was fun while it lasted.
-Shall we get out of the cold?
Oh! If you're looking for a trim, you've got bad timing.
I want to talk to you.
You've not got much luck with the men lately, have you?
Well, it's better than no luck.
Well, come on, spit it out, I've got sorrows to drown.
It was my fault.
What do you mean?
It was me chucking a brick through your window that started the fire.
Are you serious?
I didn't mean for it to happen, but...
But it did, though, eh?
Is that all you've got to say? I mean...
I destroyed your business.
You threw a brick through the window. I destroyed the business.
Can you get your hands on 30,000 quid?
-Can your mammy?
-Just what I thought.
There's nothing else to say.
I'll see you.
You gutless wonder.
You never fail to disappoint.
-There's no us!
-Your own flesh and blood.
That baby is not a Kennedy, or a Murdoch. That's a McAllister.
Almighty, everlasting God.
She took a step back and lost her footing.
-Tell me this is still a nightmare.
-Afraid not, pal.
-This is reality.
-Well, you can keep it.
-Sun's not over the yardarm yet.
-I'm a non-conformist. Glass.
Give it to him, Jimmy.
We don't want him drinking out the bottle like some jakey, eh?
Although, he's already starting to smell like one.
What would my mother say, eh? She'd be spinning in her grave.
That's assuming she's got a grave, obviously.
I mean, she could be washed up on a beach somewhere as far as I know.
I wouldn't go talking like that, son.
I'm not YOUR son, am I?
Oh, night and day.
Good, cos that's your last one for a while.
You going to start telling me what to do?
Until you can start doing it yourself, aye, I am. Jimmy, shower.
-Gonnae get off me!
-Aye, soon enough.
Oh, it's freezing!
Have you still got the keys?
If there's nobody there, there's no point.
May as well go up the road.
Hey, you're not going nowhere till I've seen that baby.
-It's her first stoat round the block.
-Come on then,
show her off.
-You want a wee cuddle?
-Try and stop me.
Stella, she is gorgeous.
Aye, I think we'll keep her.
Smell her head.
-Seriously, there's nothing like it.
Oh, my God.
-Newborn babies smell amazing, don't they?
-Not all the time, they don't.
-Aye, Bob. She's fair coming on, eh?
Well, she wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you.
-I'm going to put her back in.
-Come on, darling.
-Aye, she's fine.
I'm going to have something to eat, so...
unless you're planning on cutting my food up for me.
What? Leave you on your own?
I've dried behind my ears if that's what you're worried about.
-It's more your mouth that concerns me.
The real reason why you're here, eh?
Loose lips sink ships.
Your mother left town.
You parted on bad terms.
Anybody asks, that's what you say.
Seems straightforward, but what if I get confused?
I have been through a lot.
Maybe you'll need to leave town, as well.
-Maybe we should just get back, eh?
-Aye. You're coming with us.
I want to be around in case you get 'confused.'
Family outing? That's nice.
Put your shoes on. We'll be in the car.
Listen, we weren't doing the whole everybody come
and look at our wean thing.
You're fine. You've not done anything wrong.
It just happened.
-We're looking for Alex.
It's fine, it can wait.
Please, if there's a problem I'd rather know.
My wages haven't come through.
And I thought it's probably a mistake,
-Leave it with me.
-Honestly, Kelly, it's not your problem.
Stella, you're being really sweet,
but none of this reminds me of David.
He's all I think about, anyway.
Let's get you home, Hope.
You've had enough excitement for one day.
You take good care of her.
Yeah, we will.
-See you later.
You've seen her more than me, how do you think she's doing?
She's getting out of bed in the morning, so...
-I think she's doing brilliant.
And Cal, I mean, she's trying to be strong for him, but...
Listen, if there's anything you think I can do,
if it's getting too much for my ma...
You going to do the rolls and bacon tomorrow,
if the Oyster's shut, Patrick?
This is a one-off thing, so make the most of it.
I'm not even that hungry any more.
Come on, man, you need to eat something.
Life goes on. You've told me that enough times.
Aye, go on, then. Brown sauce on mine.
I think we've only got tomato.
That's sacrilegious. I'll nip over to Scarlett's.
-Will I get some eggs and tattie scones while I'm there?
You might need to keep your strength up in case cuddling wee Hope
-puts ideas in Ellie's head.
-Away and get the sauce, will you?
He was only winding you up.
Aye, I know.
Not as if you and Ellie are in any great rush, is it?
Rushing doesn't come into it.
I cannae, so...
Any problems, just give me a call.
I'll be around.
Open as normal tomorrow morning
so there won't be any people rioting because they can't get a latte.
And everybody will know I'm back on track,
fighting fit, hunky dory.
-Can I go now?
We're not done yet.
Where have you been?
-I wanted some me time.
I bet your mother couldn't leave you alone.
No. No, I was by myself.
-Martina's gone away.
If I had to guess, I'd say somewhere hot.
Good riddance, let's hope she stays away.
Well, we'll see, won't we?
All you need to know is, you've got nothing to worry about.
Oh, are you in the marriage guidance business now?
-Or is it grief counselling?
-Are you making jokes?
Do you know what's a joke?
Him pretending he gives a damn about you, me or anybody else.
-I don't need this.
-What do you need?
For you to suck it up and be a man, for God's sake.
No chance of that...
-Why should I?
-Because that's what folk do. They get by.
"Keep Calm And Carry On". It's a bit 2012, isn't it?
Just make sure you sort Stella's pay out for her.
She's got a baby to look after.
I've got somewhere to be, keep an eye on him.
Why is it always me that gets lumbered with this sort of thing?
Is there anybody else you'd like to suggest?
-I don't need a baby-sitter.
-I know what you need.
Just my daddy.
-Enough of that guff.
I want to shout it from the rooftops.
You do that if you feel like it, but just remember,
rooftops? People fall off them.
You've got a nerve showing your face round here.
-Patrick got his letter from the council this morning.
-Aye, me and all.
-Is that all you've got to say?
Well, they... Looked into my concerns
and decided that no further investigation was required.
You think that's all right?
You accused my Patrick of grooming your son.
The folk in charge took it seriously.
If any bam starts slinging mud, they've got to look into it.
-Are you calling me a bam?
-I can think of worse things.
How about liar? How about unfit mother?
I did what I did for my boy.
Patrick was the only good influence in your boy's life.
God knows you're no use.
It's only cos I know you're grieving
I don't ragdoll you up and down this street.
Don't make allowances for me.
Caitlin, can I have a word?
It's about Drew.
Course it is, cos I can't go five minutes
without someone telling me I'm not raising him right.
Since it was him that burnt down my salon,
I've got more right than most.
-Don't talk rubbish.
-He's already told me, Caitlin. He admitted it.
I'm just trying to tell you that that boy is in a bad place.
That's me and my bloods done.
Aw, did the nurse give you a sweetie
for being a brave little soldier?
By the looks of her, she keeps most of the sweeties for herself.
We can think about putting you on monthly tests.
Are you getting plenty of rest?
I'm usually tucked up with a book by ten.
Is it called How To Annoy Your Overworked GP?
Listen, something to ask you.
I've got a friend, right?
He's going through a hard time...
-Traumatised, I would say.
-A close friend?
-Aye, you could say that.
See whatever influence you've got
and make sure he gets to see a doctor.
I don't know if that's possible. He's delusional, know what I mean?
Well, no, I don't know what you mean.
I'd need to see him first before I make any kind of diagnosis.
Is there no, you know, something over the counter,
give him a wee bit of peace?
Lenny, are you seriously asking me
to recommend a sedative for someone I don't even know?
You know him. Alex McAllister.
I didn't think that you two were even....
He's almost a step-dad to my grandson. We're practically family.
Well, see if you can talk him into making an appointment.
I don't know if that's even possible, you know.
Might be beyond that.
Have you got the authority to put him away somewhere?
-He's going through hell, what can I say?
As much as I appreciate your humanitarian instincts,
please just leave the medicine to me. There's a good boy.
Are you going to leave all that?
-Amber is Lenny's daughter, right?
Did you ever meet her?
Well, the guy that she got jailed for killing,
he left me for dead that day, so I suppose our paths did cross.
What was she like?
She shot somebody.
McCabe was a...a lunatic.
She had no choice.
Everyone has a choice.
No, no, she was a decent girl.
She was never any bother.
Until she blew away a gangster.
-Ach, it wasnae like that. If it was, she'd have got life.
-Why are you so interested suddenly?
-Well, she is my sister.
You should be interested, too.
No, she didn't get life.
She's getting out in a few weeks.
She wants her cab company back.
Can I come in?
Do you not understand English, or...?
I spoke to Robbie.
I know about the fire.
He's not going to say anything.
He's more worried than mad at you.
I'm worried, too.
Aye, well, it doesn't give you the right to barge in my room, does it?
I'm sorry, darling, but it does.
I'm your mother.
Is it times like now that this...
You hurting yourself.
I need you to listen now.
Nothing bad is going to happen.
But if it was...
..you wouldn't be able to stop it.
-So the business is officially hers?
I suppose it always was.
I always thought the name was Lenny just being sentimental.
Lock, stock and barrel. She can do what she likes.
I think you'll find it's a letter addressed to me. Up.
-This is my livelihood. Wants to see the books.
-She must be thinking about selling.
-This is the first time my daughter's
been in contact with me for five years, Jimmy.
-I don't know what she's thinking.
-you've got things to discuss, I'll leave you to it.
You're going nowhere alone.
There's no way I'm doing any more baby-sitting.
I know you want to spend some quality time with me,
but you don't need to worry.
-Jimmy has given me plenty to think about.
-Oh, is that right?
You go out there, you keep your head down and your mouth shut.
Start acting a loony again,
I'm going to make sure you're treated like one.
Right, I'm away, try and get a couple of fares if I can.
-Shall I see if he wants something to eat?
No, no. He'll come down when he's hungry.
Starving him out might be the only thing that works.
He's OK, though?
You know what he's like.
He gets moody.
Feels a bit more than that sometimes.
It's called being a teenager.
You wouldn't know cos you've been 40 since you were born.
That's how I can tell when you're making a joke of something
to hide how worried you are.
THEY TALK OVER EACH OTHER
You don't work for my lawyer.
I told the guard to say that so you wouldn't be anxious.
And who are you that prison guards do what you tell them?
If you sit down you'll find out.
Did my father send you?
I categorically swear he has no idea that I'm here.
Why would you think Lenny was involved?
I severed all ties with him five years ago.
A couple of days ago, I instructed my solicitor to write to him
and now some dodgy guy is bribing his way in to see me.
-Please, none taken.
-So have they given you an actual release date?
I won't let anyone screw it up.
There's no reason why I should. Seriously.
Then, what do you want?
Just to meet you, I suppose.
See the young woman who gunned down a gangster.
That's behind me now.
-I've paid for what I did.
-Why did you pay?
Are you telling me that Lenny couldn't get you out of the country?
Buy off a jury?
I didn't want him to. It's right that I served my time.
That shows great strength of character, Amber.
Are you trying to be funny?
What are you thinking?
I'm thinking I should go back to my cell.
At least this is a break from the routine.
Ordinarily I'd quite enjoy chatting to a mysterious, handsome guy...
..but you've already referred to my father as Lenny, twice.
And I can't be around anyone who's on first name terms with that man.
He doesn't like it when I call him Dad.
I'm your brother.
So you're half Kennedy, half Murdoch?
You thought you had it bad, eh?
And the guy who died, the...
"Gangland Boss In Prison Suicide" guy.
Billy. He was my uncle.
You keep up to speed, then?
People talk in a place like this.
Everyone had a theory.
It was the Russians, it was a London firm, it was your dad.
-I tried my best to ignore it.
-I tried to steer clear of it all, too.
-It's easier said than done.
-I know this is a lot to lay on you.
What about your mother?
-I mean, is she looking to like rekindle or whatever?
You seem pretty sure about that.
..she's had to go away.
Oh, my God.
Now can you see why I couldn't be part of that world?
Even this place felt like an escape.
You can sort of understand now why I'm trying to work things out.
I don't know if I'm the right person to help you.
You already have.
-You did escape.
You've decided what kind of person you're going to be,
no matter who your father is.
I'm all over the place today, man.
We don't need to be play for money.
Oh, no. No, you don't, none of that.
-None of what?
I never should've opened my gob about it.
You can if you want.
-Since when do we do man-to-man chats?
All I'm saying is it's not as if
our dad's an advert for biology, is it?
I suppose so.
So I'm saying there's other ways of being a family.
Maybe. Look, go ahead and take your shot.
Waitress service. I like it.
Aye, well, his hands are too wee to carry three pints.
My hands are fine.
Ah-ha, if you want to buy gloves in the children's department.
I told you, Bob, kids' clothes... she is broody.
-Ignore him, eh.
Aye, I think I will.
-There you go. Mwah.
-Customer care gets better and better in here.
-Well, we aim to please.
-I think our time's nearly up.
Do you know what you're going to do when you get out?
I can't imagine there's a big demand for ex-cons in the job market.
Your solicitor's letter caused a bit of a commotion in the taxi office.
Jimmy went white as a sheet.
-Is he still rattling about the place?
-Wait, you've had no contact from anyone?
You don't even know you've got a nephew.
How is that even possible?
Kelly-Marie and Ewan had a thing.
So, Lenny's got a grandson?
-I bet he dotes.
Of course, his idea of doting is to buy a seven-year-old a nightclub.
500 grand in a trust fund, and the wee man's sorted for life.
They said he spoiled ME.
Look, I could come and visit you again.
I don't think that's a good idea.
I decided a long time ago the only way to remain sane
was to stay away from my family.
That applies to family I didn't know I had.
Well, I can't say I blame you.
Was she the answer to a big brother's prayer, then?
I mean, it seems unlikely she would be.
"The apple never falls far from the tree", and all that.
-See the cafe's back in business?
-That's the idea.
Good. I didn't go to medical school for seven years
to drink instant coffee.
Won't be an issue any more.
You do know I'm joking?
Just a classic doctor's ice breaker.
Wow, do they teach you that in medical school too?
-There you go.
Did you want something?
I mean, I don't mind coming round, but...
They could take him off me.
I don't know.
-The council, the social, whoever's in charge.
Are things really that bad?
It was him that set fire to the hairdresser's.
It was an accident, but...
they could still call it arson.
At least nobody was hurt.
He's hurting himself, though.
..you need to speak to a professional about this.
Aye, and if I do, there'll be a form and it'll say
"is there any instances of mental health in the family?"
-And then I'll need to tell them about his dad.
My Drew's feet won't touch the ground.
Is that what you're so worried about? His father?
I don't want him to turn out like him.
I don't want to lose him.
Mind if I join you?
Actually I'm expecting a call.
Well, we can talk while you wait.
Am I really that fascinating?
I didn't say it would be a long conversation.
It will be a little one-sided.
Look, I'm not expecting you to be completely open with me.
That good, eh?
Considering you've probably done a bit of the old self-medicating.
I didn't drink last night.
First time in a while?
That's a start.
Is this when you tell me how to get my life back on track?
I wouldn't be so crass.
No, your life will never be the same again.
During that seven years in medical school,
were you off the day they did "sugaring the pill?"
Would you want me to?
I didn't think so.
My point is that you're a smart, resilient guy.
You forgot handsome.
Whose over-inflated ego provides a smokescreen
that keeps people at arm's length.
Is it a burden, being so insightful?
I like to call it a gift.
Are you really the best person for me to have these one-to-ones with?
Well, we did have a little moment at Hogmanay, didn't we?
Ah, diversionary tactics.
Another classic trait in the emotionally vulnerable adult male.
I'm textbook, aren't I?
I can put the "moment" behind us.
I'm sure you can, too.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
I'm sorry, I have to take this.
Well, you know where to find me.
You know, I think I preferred him when he was a total shambles.
What did you two talk about yesterday?
Nothing much. Just about how he should pull himself together.
Well, he asked about Amber a bit.
-I want you to keep an eye on him.
I need somebody who knows the score.
I think I preferred it when people kept me in the dark.
Aye, well, it's too late to go back to that now.
You're lucky Scarlett's not here.
Shows you how desperate I am if I risked her answering the door, eh?
Aye, well, I'm on my way out soon anyway, so...
I want to say sorry.
What I did, it was terrible.
Please don't say that.
Fine. You're forgiven. No hard feelings.
Look, you made me out to be the lowest type of scum there is.
The worst thing in the world.
I feel sick to my stomach when I think about it.
Do you think this letter's gonnae stop people looking at me sideways,
thinking differently before they send their weans for me to train?
I swear to you, if I could take it back...
Well, you cannae.
What if Drew started playing again,
and I could come and watch the matches?
I'll tell anybody you like it was my fault.
All my fault.
I don't care what anybody thinks about me
so long as Drew's on the team again.
You were good for him, I see that now.
Is he all right?
I don't know.
Right. If he comes back to training...
There's nae guarantee that this is going to help with his problem.
He just needs all the friends he can get.
His dad was a loner and never did him any good.
He used to get himself in a terrible state.
He was in and out of hospital.
Well, the week Drew was born...
..he tried to kill himself.
FRONT DOOR OPENS
-What are you doing in my house?
-She's just leaving.
-If that's what you want.
Aye, it is.
That's what I want.
Will you think about what I said?
I'll think about it.
I can see myself out.
FRONT DOOR SHUTS
You won't be happy until you get me another 18 months, will you?
You're entitled to a break, surely?
No offence, but I don't want to spend it with you.
I thought now you'd had more time to process the information,
we could talk.
Alex, I'm trying not to hurt your feelings, but what are you to me?
I don't see my dad. Why should I want to see his bastard son?
What would you say if you were really trying to hurt my feelings?
Please don't try to be funny.
I didn't sleep much last night.
I couldn't get you off my mind.
You do know that makes you sound more like a lovesick teenager
than a long-lost brother?
I'll have to work on that.
Alex, I can't fix whatever it is that's going on with you.
I'm sorry, I just want to serve my time.
The model prisoner, eh?
I'm trying to be.
Then why was that woman terrified in the visiting room?
Why did everybody look round expecting it to kick off?
You know what my name is. So do they.
But you're the good Murdoch, right?
Only...you did shoot a man.
It was self-defence.
He was about to kill my father in front of me,
and he's not the type of guy who left witnesses.
The fiscal understood that or I'd be doing life.
Oh, I get that you were in danger, that you were scared.
But do you know something, Amber?
Nine out of ten people in that exact same situation would panic.
Nine out of ten people would miss.
But you didn't, did you?
You picked up a gun
and you did exactly what needed to be done, isn't that right, Sis?
Yes, I did, and I'd do it again.
You didn't come looking for the good Murdoch,
you came looking for the weak Murdoch.
Well, maybe that's going to have to be you.
Mm. Now we're getting somewhere.
It's in my blood.
If I'd worked that out sooner,
I might not have done these five years like a sucker.
You can't fight your destiny.
You really are a piece of work, Amber.
Yes, I am.
Now, unless I need a kidney one day, this is goodbye.
Get your hands off.
Isn't this nice, eh?
A real gathering of the clan.
You can't be here. I'll get into trouble.
You know what?
I'm pretty much done.
Amber and I, we understand each other.
How you doing?
You don't look good.
Something on your mind?
You know I'm back at the football, don't you?
I was wondering if maybe you wanted to come down tomorrow?
Brilliant. I'll be there.
Good. Bring your shinnies. Don't want you getting injured.
stop eating rubbish.
You're looking well.
So are you.
There, that's one lie each.
I'm not lying.
Just seeing you, you know... It...it means the world to me.
Is that why you sent Junior?
So you'd have an excuse to come?
I had nothing to do with him coming.
Apart from the "getting his mother pregnant" aspect.
I'll keep him away.
I don't want anybody causing trouble, not now.
What's so special about now?
You made contact.
Through a lawyer! It's not exactly the end of The Railway Children.
It's a start, Amber.
Because I respected your wishes and stayed away,
that doesn't mean I wasn't thinking about you every single day.
You're still my wee lassie.
I haven't forgotten that either.
I wasn't allowed to.
Everybody wants a piece of Lenny Murdoch's daughter.
What do you mean?
People use me as a way to make a name for themselves.
Who does? What people?
Relax! I can handle a few more weeks.
We'll need to get you somewhere to live.
They put me up in a kind of halfway house, I think.
I think we can do better than that.
I've sent the Amber Cab books over to your lawyer.
Before you carve it up for Alex and your grandson.
Cal's already sorted and Alex is nothing to me, OK?
That business is yours and it's totally legit.
Nothing you touch is ever totally legit.
So, there's nothing to stop me from telling my lawyer to sell it
without me ever having to set foot in Shieldinch at all.
Don't think like that.
There's nobody on this earth that I would beg...
..but I'm begging you.
Am I supposed to be grateful?
I'm sick, I'm tired, I don't want this life any more.
I just want to secure a future for you.
On the condition you get to share it?
That's up to you.
Just...before you make up your mind, eh, come and see me.
Do that at least.
I have to go.
Can you turn that off a wee minute, please?
Look, I don't want to say the wrong thing.
But I can't just let it slide either, can I?
Mum you don't need to worry.
I can't help it.
I mean, what if I've made things worse.
I know I was wrong about Patrick.
-If I ruined that for you, I'm sorry.
I'm going back to football tomorrow.
Drew, that's brilliant.
Drew's in the room and the TV'S off.
Everything all right?
We're getting there, darlin'.
Come here, you!
We're lucky, y'know. You and me.
How do you work that one out?
Well, all we need is a pair of scissors and some people skills,
and we won't starve.
I'd take more comfort from that
if you hadn't been kipping in your van just a few weeks ago.
Well, I never said anything about luxury stuff.
Angel? Can I have a word?
Tell him he can have two.
What is it?
It's personal, really, so if it's a bad time...
I can speak for myself, thanks.
Even where the ten bob Christian Grey is concerned?
If you're busy, it's no big deal.
I could spare you a couple of minutes.
Get the drinks in. I'll be right behind you.
You'd better be.
So, where are the lights?
Leave it dark.
I thought you said you wanted to talk.
Did you want me to say what I really wanted in front of Robbie?
I don't think he was fooled.
No? Neither were you.
I'm going to find his dad.
Oh, my God! Are you kidding on?
Drew needs to know what happened to him. I do too.
What if he's...?
Something tells me he's out there somewhere.
What? Are you psychic now?
I just know I cannae leave it to other folk any longer.
Get these boys a drink on me.
No, there's no need.
There's plenty of need.
Right, that's me away.
Kids, Ellie, I tell you...
You two have got it all to come to you.
Do want me to put our names down for pool?
Aye, on you go, mate.
You get us beers in.
Hey! Just ignore her.
I usually try to.
Good. Truth is, I don't even know if I want kids.
I do, but I can't have any
so there's no point me fretting on it.
AH! You really mussed my hair up!
If only you had some expertise in that field,
you could sort it yourself.
Unless you want to take me back and ruin it all over again.
You're not going to pretend this is something it's not, are you?
I think we both know exactly what this is.
Can I help you?
You'd better watch yourself.
I've got six weeks to go.
If you even look at me again, you're going to spend them
in the hospital wing.
I think we've reached an understanding.
I won't be needing that one-to-one we talked about.
Whatever you think.
I've got my head straight now.
You sure about that?
No nihilistic, narcissistic,
self-destructive behaviour surfacing?
That is a lot of big words.
Ah, well! Clever woman, my wife.
I don't care what he says, I think like he's losing the plot.
Do you know what? I'm not sticking around.
You can stay with your pals if you like.
I will in a sec, but somebody should tell you that your blouse is undone.
Whoops, my bad!
Are you gonnae be absolutely shameless about this?
-No matter who gets hurt.
-It's fine, Robbie.
You don't need to fight my battles for me.
Oh, Kel, I think the war's over between me and you.
Aye. So, Jimmy'll be round tomorrow
to pick rest of mine and Cal's stuff up.
Good old, Jimmy. He's a rock, isn't he?
And you're more like something that's crawled out from under one.
All that moral fibre in one man.
I'm trying to have a quiet drink with my family, all right?
Oh, right. Yeah, family!
The Mullen O'Haras, salt of the earth, eh?
I bet you all sleep easy in your beds, clear consciences one and all.
Why's he having a go at you?
Time to go, kid.
I was wondering when you were gonnae sort this boy of yours out.
I mean, he is your son, after all.
You are joking!
Oh, sorry. Did I let the cat out of the bag there?
You're Lenny's son?
That's right. His pride and joy.
That explains a lot.
Not to me, it doesnae!
Have you known this all along, Lenny?
That's none of your business.
Don't you get snooty with me.
Ach, it's like something out of the Jeremy Kyle show.
So wait a second. So, he is Callum's uncle?
Who needs the Kardashians with this on your doorstep?!
You for a da' and that witch for a mother...
Somebody should check you for a 666 birthmark.
Are you happy now?
Why should I keep your secrets?
Enjoying this, aye?
Actually, it's wearing a bit thin.
I'll go and let you talk about me behind my back,
I know that's how you like it.
Angel, Kel, Doc,
Chip off the old block, eh?
Hey, wait up.
Why should I?
I'm your da!
And? We're gonnae bond?
Nah, I just thought it was maybe time I took some of
my fatherly responsibilities a bit more seriously.
Is nobody running a book?
I would, but who's gonnae bet on Lenny?
Ah well, if there's no money on it I'm away back in the warm.
-I should stop this, but...
-Nah. Let them kill each other.
Aye, there'll not be a tear shed.
I could get shut down for this you know, fighting outside the pub.
Small price to pay.
Ready for round two?
-I think we've entertained enough for one night.
So, what happens now then?
You need to get your act together.
All this carrying on and sleeping around,
it's just going to bring you more bother.
But it passes the time.
What about going back to running Chrome,
would that pass the time for you?
A Murdoch and Son Family Enterprise?
I like it.
Don't think Kelly-Marie will be as keen though.
Well, she should've kept her mouth shut.
Need somebody in there.
Who knows the mess your mother left. Sort it out, no questions asked.
And you get to keep an eye on me, is that it?
Did you hear what I just said? No questions asked?
Right! Up the road. Make yourself presentable.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Is anybody there?
I can't really talk but I wanted you to know...
I've been thinking...
I will, when I get out.
I will come and see you.
I'll do that much.
That's all I ask, darlin'.
I really dropped that on you, didn't I?
Aye, I did.
Look, I would've told you sooner but, like,
whenever it looked like we were getting serious...
I would run away and marry someone else.
Aye, well, there was that.
Well, I suppose we're serious now.
Aye, but if you want to call it quits, I understand.
I told you, I don't even know if I want to have a family.
Not knowing what you want is one thing,
knowing that it can never happen...
is something different.
Well...I'm so happy being with you.
I'm not ready to throw it all away.
Good! Come here.
Fighting and winching on the same night!
I should really think about selling tickets.
MUSIC: Bizarre Love Triangle by New Order
That shirt's ruined.
And now you're gone.
Like you were never here.
-That's far too much.
-Nothing's too much for my favourite niece.
So you think I'm trying to muscle in on your wee family?
I don't want you around my wean.
No, no, no. I think I might've messed up.
Messed up, how?
-What are you waiting for?
They found some poor guy lying outside the pub last night.
-The polis have been to see Eileen.
Eileen, you need to help me. I cannae got to jail.
You want me to lie to the police?
What are you going to do?
I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions about last night.