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You and I both know there's a connection between us.
-I can't ignore how I feel.
This is the guy you met?
I didn't find out until after we'd spent.....
It's negative. They got it all. They got all the cancer.
This is where it all begins, our family.
I'll go and get Stevie. All right?
-Bob, you cannae, it's coming right now.
It's a baby!
I'm sorry I couldnae give you this.
Hope, I like that.
-Looks like you've got a name.
Eileen might be onto something about Alasdair.
What would your dream job be?
-Maybe you should be a bit more realistic, sweetheart.
You need to believe in yourself, right, stay positive,
and don't take no for an answer.
I'm going to give her everything - love, stability, security.
MUSIC: Mr Blue Sky by ELO
Were you sleeping?
Naw, I'm just back.
She took ages to get to sleep, man.
So what d'you think?
Aye, it's all right. Did we stay on budget?
More or less, aye.
How much more?
It wasnae that much.
A couple of hundred, or so.
-It's fine, Stella.
Come on, let's get her in before she wakes up, eh?
Maybe we should just leave her if she's sleeping.
In the motor?
Aye, well, you can stay with her.
Go for a sleep yourself, if you want.
I need to organise The Ship for the party tonight.
Can Harry not do that?
I said I would. It's overtime for me.
OK, fine, take her in.
-It'll get easier.
Is one not enough for you?
So what do you think?
I think she's a lovely, lovely baby.
I meant the motor.
Is it yours?
Only had it half an hour, it's not even registered yet.
Have you registered HER yet?
If Raymond was here, he'd be like a proud grandad.
Aye, he would.
So I'll just have to be proud for him.
I'll leave you to deal with that.
Thanks very much. See you later!
Ina must have been a lovely person,
nobody there had a bad word to say about her.
She had a hellish temper after a few gins.
That is hardly the way to talk about the recently interred.
But what a great send-off she had.
And the floral display, well, it fair took your breath away.
I thought it was a bit too much myself.
-You can always tell a guilty conscience
by the size of the wreaths.
I thought the choice of hymns was perfect.
# On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross. #
You have such a lovely voice, Alasdair -
everyone in the church must have heard it.
You couldn't miss it, right enough.
Well, I can't help but feel it.
When someone passes, I think they call it natural empathy.
Ah, well, you can call it what you like, but they're all the same,
these coffin chasers.
Never a word about the living,
but, oh, at the first sniff of a free buffet, they're there in a flash.
Molly, there's no need for that kind of talk.
I'm wounded. I merely attended as a shoulder for you ladies.
That's not much use if you're the one greetin'.
-I need to get going.
No, you don't have to.
No, it's fine, I have things to do.
I'm off round the church halls
to see if I can sniff out another free buffet.
How can you be so nasty to him?
He's only trying to be the gentleman.
I don't like a man who enjoys a funeral.
What can you possibly mean by that?
I don't know, but there's just...
There's just something about him
that does not ring true.
What do you think?
Look, just hurry up, it's freezing. Come on!
What, big deal, is it? This St Patrick's Day thing?
It's the first time we've ever tried it.
Eileen's idea - anything for a profit.
Hey, I heard that, Stevie Burns.
What? Am I wrong?
-When was the last time you got some sleep?
Go home, have a nap.
I need you fresh for tonight.
Me and Harry can manage.
Sorry, mate, just a short fuse today.
There she is, my wee sweetheart.
Oh, thanks. I've brought the wean, an' all.
She's a wee cutie pie, aren't you?
You're just a wee sweetie.
Bob, she's not a dog.
She is lovely, though.
Aye, well, not so lovely when she's waking up at four in the morning screaming.
Do you do that? Do you?
Aye, Stevie usually gets up, I'm useless.
I wouldnae mind.
I know you wouldnae.
It must be hard work.
But if you need a hand, just give me a shout.
Although I'm sure Stevie would have something to say about that.
Er, you brought her into this world, I want you to be a part of her life.
You know what he's like.
Well, he's got two women getting him told now, sure he does,
and we want to see plenty of Uncle Bob.
Uncle Bob, eh?
Did you hear that, pal? Bob's your uncle.
Oh, hold on.
I got this for her.
-What is it?
It's a cheque for her savings account,
for when you open one in her name.
That's far too much.
Away you go.
I can afford it -
nothing's too much for my favourite niece.
So how you getting on the day, then, eh?
Did you hear what I said?
Where you going?
Up to my room.
If you can't talk to your mammy...
who can you talk to?
OK, so what's up with you?
It's bad enough without you pretending to care.
I never got a work-experience place.
How did you manage that?
Me? Well, I made sure I applied for all the ones that would be full up.
Er, less of the attitude, lady.
It's not me that messed up.
What you going to do?
Take a leaf out your book and pretend it never happened.
You could come and work with me if you like.
I'm sure Eileen wouldnae mind.
"Toilet cleaner." That'll get me into uni. They'll be queuing up.
Come on, it'll be great, you and me working together.
I'll find something else, thanks for the inspiration.
Oh, don't mention it, Your Highness.
Good luck with becoming a brain surgeon.
So how much did you give her?
Stella, how much?
Where'd you get the money?
That's my business.
Did you borrow it?
I mean, I know you're not exactly flush.
Look, it's important to me, all right?
It's just I've been badly let down by my other applications.
Why didn't you ask me in the first place?
Well, I didn't think that...
I wasn't sure it would be appropriate.
Look, stop playing hard to get.
She's only after a bit of work experience, not a medical degree.
Can you make a decent cup of coffee?
Then you're hired.
Hang on, you don't get to decide.
Just ignore her. She's trying to seem important.
Just ignore him. He's got ideas above his station.
Well, you know how much I respect you as a doctor.
I'd love to get a chance to learn from someone like you.
You hear that?
I AM important.
When do you need to start?
Why don't you come and work with me for a whole week?
That would be amazing, thank you so much!
I need a word.
What is it?
We can't accept this.
-It's too much, Bob.
Take it back.
Stella seemed quite happy.
Maybe she didn't want to hurt your feelings.
-That's not true.
-How would you know?
I'll get her something else, then.
-Look, what is your problem, eh?
I'm happy for you, for the pair of you.
-Don't give us all that, I know your game.
This is my family.
So you think I'm trying to muscle in on your wee family?
Do you think I'm daft?
All your "Uncle Bob" guff.
I don't want you round my wean.
It's not like that. I'm only trying to help.
You heard me.
It's nothing like that!
Same again, please.
He's getting us another one, what's he up to?
I think you'll find it's called generosity.
-He's after something,
I'm telling you.
I thought he was supposed to be your friend.
A friend of a friend - I met him at another poker night.
Well, who brought him along that time?
Well, Effie said she just mentioned our poker nights in the passing.
Next thing, there he is.
I don't know why you always have to find the worst in people.
Here you are, ladies, the best cognac the house can offer.
Oh, you shouldnae have bothered, I'm quite happy with the cheap stuff.
I'm sure she'll find a place for it, though.
-There you go, mate.
Hey, watch it, pal.
There he is, the new dad.
Congratulations! What you after?
Eh? No, I'm meant to be working, man.
Oh, come on, you can have one, to celebrate.
-A bottle of beer please, Harry?
-I'll be there in a minute.
Better add a large malt to that.
Molly sent me over to stand young Steven here a drink
to wet the baby's head.
What are you doing out?
I know, it's a pure riot, man.
But the fresh air is the only thing that sends her to sleep, so...
What's up with you?
Look, I don't want to cause any hassle between you and Stevie,
I don't think he sees it like that.
Bob, he was always going to have a mad thing about you and me, but...
He'll get over it.
And I never meant to embarrass you with the cheque, either.
-Is that what he said to you?
-He gave me it back.
Listen, I had absolutely nothing to do with that.
That really meant a lot to me.
What did he say to you?
He said that you didn't want to hurt my feelings.
Right, will you watch the wean a minute?
There's a couple more behind the bar.
Seems you have a lot of friends.
Did you get your drink?
I did, Molly, aye, that was really good of you. Thanks.
Hard at it, aye?
Where's the wean?
Bob's watching her outside.
You had nae right to give that present back.
Can we not do this the now?
Oh sorry, I forgot. You're busy "working".
I only took five minutes. Harry covered.
And who's covering for me, while you're in here enjoying yourself?
I'm going back to work in a minute.
Leave Bob alone.
Whatever he wants to do for the wean's fine by me,
do you hear me?
I hear you.
I wouldnae let my missus speak to me like that.
Especially in front of all these folk.
Do I know you?
Well, see in future, keep your opinions to yourself, all right?
You all right?
Aye. Everything all right?
If you still want to give her that present, that's absolutely fine.
You were still going to get it anyway.
I was going to give it to my ma to give to you.
It's dead nice of you.
-See you later.
That was the time I played Archie Rice in "The Entertainer"
for the Barony Players in Perth.
Some said it was like seeing Olivier come back to life.
Others less kindly observed that he would be turning in his grave
so much that he would have been working his way back to the surface.
HE AND LIZ LAUGH
You'll need to show us sometime.
Well, it was a long time ago, and long forgotten.
Well, thank you for walking us home.
How are you getting home?
I'll get a taxi in the street.
The West End.
What's the address?
I have a four-bedroom flat, in a lovely tenement,
massive bay window, garden flat attached.
Though it does sometimes get a bit lonesome,
rattling about in a big empty place on your own.
And so, to bed. Good night, ladies.
Good night, Alasdair.
Surely you believe him now? He gave an address.
I once gave my address as Buckingham Palace.
Having another, mate?
Er, aye, go for it.
Harry, go get us a couple of beers when you're ready, pal.
Hey, I was next, pal.
Er, in a minute, yeah?
No, you'll serve me now.
-In a minute.
-What are you waiting for?
Oh! Calm down.
Or what? You'll set your wife on me?
Who d'you think you are?
I'm the manager, and you're out.
Move, you're barred.
-You let it get out of hand.
Don't let that happen again, d'you hear me?
And a couple of more beers.
Is that you sleeping again?
What are you like?
Your daddy'll be home soon.
That's the front door bolted.
Let's get all this cleaned up, an' all.
Just leave it for the morning, I think.
In future, if you've got a problem with me,
I'd appreciate a bit of privacy, OK?
Look, there's no need to have a go in front of everybody.
Maybe you're right, I'm sorry.
I'll lock up.
I'll do it.
"I have of late, wherefore I know not, lost all my mirth."
"What a piece of work is a man..."
Drunk enough to face your missus?
Listen, I don't want any bother, all right?
Well you should have thought about that before you started chucking your weight about.
I'm having you, pal.
Look at the state of you.
I know. Folk kept plying me with drink.
Oh, that's great, that, isn't it?
I'm a wee bit shook up.
How, what happened?
Some bampot tried to jump me outside the pub.
Somebody tried to jump you?
He came at me once and I skelped him, that was it.
Are you all right?
It's fine, honestly, it was nothing.
I put him in his place and he was nae more bother after that.
Away you go to your bed.
Aye, that's like a good idea.
Aw, she is adorable. Isn't she gorgeous?
Even a hint of Winston Churchill.
Ho, you can't say that!
I was joking.
Here. A wee penny for her.
Aw, thanks, Robbie.
Oh, she really is lovely.
-Right, I'll see you later.
-See you later.
-See you later.
Thought you'd still be in bed. How's the head?
Oh, don't ask. A fry-up'll sort it out.
Listen, I'm sorry about last night. It was just...
The party, I got carried away.
I don't mind you letting off steam.
But this thing with Bob...
D'you want me to take her?
No, it's fine, you go and get your breakfast,
you look like you need it.
-I love you.
Oh, she's so lovely, isn't she?
Put that in baby Hope's pram.
Look, Scarlett, I'm really sorry.
Sorry, just being daft.
No, you're not.
She's so beautiful.
And you so deserve her, you and Stevie,
after everything you've been through.
And thank you, Madonna.
I'll need to have some more babies, I'll be rich.
Aye, she'll be emptying your bank account, soon enough.
-Just like this one.
Are you feeling better now?
Aye, I'm all right, doll.
A lot better than the last time you saw me, anyway.
That wasnae pretty.
Aye, your big brother was a hero that day, by the way.
Right, we better go soon and get you something for your playpiece, eh?
Say cheerio to baby Hope.
See you later.
See you later.
Aw, is she sleeping?
Aye, at last. She always seems to sleep when I walk her.
I forgot to give you a penny last time I saw her.
Don't be daft, it's been raining pennies.
Saw the polis outside, is everything all right?
Oh, they found some poor guy lying outside the pub last night, unconscious.
-Is he OK?
-In a coma, apparently.
He'd been drinking,
so they're trying to work out if he's been in here or another pub.
I don't suppose Stevie mentioned anything?
No, he's... He's still out of it from last night.
Do they know what happened?
That's what they're trying to figure out,
whether he fell or whether he'd been assaulted.
-He was drunk.
He probably fell and banged his head.
Are you OK? You look really pale.
She's had me up all night.
They do that.
In about five years.
Eileen, I'm going to need to go, OK? I'll see you later.
Sure. Right, here.
That guy that jumped you last night?
The polis have been to see Eileen.
He was found lying on the ground unconscious. He's in a coma.
How can he be in a coma?
Well, I don't know, do I?
It was one punch.
He came for me, I threw a punch, that was it.
-Well, how hard did you hit him?
Not THAT hard.
Did he fall and hit his head or something?
Well, it was just a blur. He fell, I legged it.
What was I meant to do?
Keep your voice down.
He was coming for me. I lashed out, just the once.
He fell, that was it.
You didn't check him? After he fell?
No. I didn't want to get in a fight, so I bolted.
The polis are wanting to find out what happened.
And they're asking questions.
Who was this guy anyway? Did you know him?
Never seen him before.
What if he's married?
-What if he's got a family?
Nae need to make it worse.
The guy's in a coma, Stevie. How could it be worse?
You're up early.
Yeah, I'm starting a week's work experience.
With your mum.
Are you now?
will be an experience for you.
I'm really nervous about it.
-You're smarter than the lot of them.
-Oh, I doubt that.
After a week, they won't want to lose you.
So what're you going to be doing?
She didn't say.
Be great if I was, like, shadowing her, or something like that.
Well, it does get busy, so...
maybe don't get your hopes up too much.
Sorry about the mess.
Listen, was there a guy in here last night. Erm...
Short dark hair, 5'8". He was wearing a leather jacket.
Yeah, sounds like the bloke that got up Stevie's nose.
So he was here?
He was a bit tight.
I could've handled him OK, but then...
Stevie threw him out.
-Yeah, chucked him out the door.
Was he rough with the guy?
I thought he overreacted a little.
I mean, he had had a few, so.
Listen will you get this mess cleared up? I need to go out.
Yeah, sure. Anything else I can do?
Not just now, but...
..don't speak to anyone about this until I've talked to Stevie.
Maybe you should go and speak to the polis.
What? And confess?
I punched a guy into a coma?
But you could at least try and explain.
-Then it won't look as if you're trying to hide anything.
But they won't see it that way.
What is it?
Eileen wants to talk to me.
-I'm coming with you.
-No, it's better if you stay here.
-Because I'm not dragging Hope into all this.
It's my problem, I'll sort it, all right?
I'm always the same after a funeral.
I was up all night, couldn't sleep.
Every time I closed my eyes, it was me in that coffin,
being lowered into the ground.
Well, that's a cheery way to start the day!
Which is why I got up this morning,
and started on this.
What is it?
My bucket list.
Life's too short, and we're running out of time.
A bucket what?
A bucket list, never heard of that?
It's a list of ambitions that you'd like to fulfil before you die.
All contributions welcome.
What sort of ambitions?
Big ones - the bigger the better.
A trip across Europe on the Orient Express,
except I'll never be able to afford that.
You have to think much bigger than that, Liz.
You know, I've always regretted never having climbed Everest.
I nearly did once.
You never tried to climb Everest.
Oh, yes, I did.
When were you there? What did you do?
It was in the early '70s, when I was at St Andrews University.
We made it as far as the base camp, but then, stymied by the weather.
St Andrews, eh?
Who else was on the expedition with you? Sherpa Tensing?
I've got one. Write it down.
I have always fancied a tour of one those big houses in the West End.
Maybe you could show me round yours?
Well, if you don't want to take this seriously...
It's a bit of a blur.
I had a run in with him, on the way home.
After you locked up?
He was waiting on me.
I thought cos I chucked him out he was going to go for me.
I mean, he even said "I'm having you, pal",
so I skelped him.
And you just left him there?
You didn't go and check he was OK?
I thought he was going to leather me.
I was glad to get away.
The police think the guy might not make it. It's touch-and-go!
How could this happen?
Maybe if you go to the police and you tell them the truth.
It's my word against his, Eileen.
If he survives!
I mean, what if he doesnae?
It's down to them to believe whatever I tell them.
Why would they not believe you?
With my record?
The police want me to check the CCTV, see if there's anything on it.
-I don't know, I've not had time,
but they're coming back to see me later.
After everything me and Stella have been through,
finally with a new family and her getting the all-clear...
I cannae believe this!
Eileen, you need to help me.
I cannae go to jail, not now.
Oh... Jenny, I'm so sorry,
I completely forgot all about you.
-It's been such a full-on morning.
I'm sure you're perfectly good at sitting there waiting,
but I can find you something a bit more taxing.
-We've been doing an anonymous customer survey
for the past three months.
This is the last batch of forms.
The genius idea is to put all the data into the computer
and then we can count the number of whinges.
I know. It's ground-breaking.
I thought that I'd be sitting in with you.
I'm sorry if I gave you that impression, Jenny.
There are issues with patient privacy, I'm sure you understand.
OK. Now, any problems, ask for help.
I miss living in the country.
So, how long have you lived in the city?
Ten years now.
What did you need such a big flat for? I mean, just for yourself?
My partner and I liked to have room.
But now it's just me, it feels so empty.
What happened to your partner?
Far too young.
Why don't you sell it, and buy something smaller?
It holds too many happy memories -
I'd be sad to let them go.
I know what that means.
I'd rather not talk about it.
So what are you going to do?
Wait and see what happens.
The longer you leave it, the worse it's going to look.
Look, when he wakes up, he can spin them any old story.
He might even say it was me that attacked him.
But it wasnae.
Well, who do you think they're going to believe?
A poor drunk guy or a guy with a criminal record?
Och, that was ages ago.
Oh, right, so they would have forgot about that, then, will they?
You don't even know the guy, why would you want to attack him?
I chucked him out the pub earlier on.
That's why I thought he was going to jump me.
What did you chuck him out the pub for?
Cos he was being an idiot.
Oh, this just gets better and better.
Look, none of this is my fault, all right?
I know, Stevie, but I'm just trying to understand
what actually happened.
I've told you what happened, I've told you exactly what happened.
-There's no need to shout.
At me, or her.
I really think it would be a good idea if you went to the polis before it's too late.
Looks pretty bad.
He says the guy threatened him.
But there's no sound, so...
Harry, I know things between us recently have been...
Well, you know what I mean.
But I need you to do me a big favour.
I need you to tell the police that you locked up last night.
You want me to lie?
I want to keep Stevie out of all this, for his sake,
and for Stella's and for the baby. This is the last thing they need.
And it's harmless enough, the police won't know any different.
Harmless? You want me to lie to the police!
Just say you locked up and you saw nothing.
What happens if they see the CCTV?
I'll just say the machine wasn't on.
And I don't want you to mention it to anyone, OK?
Look, this is getting way out of hand, here.
I'm asking you to do something for me, a personal favour.
Can you do it?
honestly don't know if I can.
I didn't say I wouldn't.
That dress was actually worn to
one of Her Majesty the Queen's garden parties at Holyrood, no less.
It has provenance, you know.
I like to send them off with a smile.
And a big fat lie. Queen's garden party.
Some lies are fine, if your heart's in the right place.
And who knows, it might be true.
You are living in a fantasy.
Speaking of which, that bucket thing of yours,
I have a few wishes of my own.
Oh, let's add them to the list.
I would like to go to Perth.
Well, that sounds like an epic adventure.
To the theatre,
to see some of these wonderful actors
that you seem to know.
Tea at the Ritz?
Ah, now you're talking.
But most of all,
I would like you to organise our next poker night at your place.
Oh, I don't think that would be such a good idea.
Why not? You've got plenty of room.
Well, everybody would have to travel over there.
Just what are you hiding?
-Ha! Well, obviously you're hiding something,
all these stories that you're spinning us.
Molly, you've said quite enough.
Well, look, I just cannae be doing with all this cloak-and-dagger stuff.
Oh! I'm going to be late for my shift.
I'm sorry about all that.
No, no. No, it's fine.
Some folk find me a bit of a puzzle.
She's just...the suspicious type.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
I'm feeling a bit peaky.
I think I might...
..give today a miss.
Can you manage on your own?
Well, yes, of course.
Thanks, Liz. Thank you.
COMPUTER BEEPS TWICE
No, no, no!
Everything all right?
I think... I think I might have messed up.
Messed up how?
It's all gone. All the data.
What, all of it?
I'm not used to these computers.
I told you to ask for help.
I thought the short cuts would be the same.
Most of the data was on here,
so we'll have destroyed all the hard copies.
I thought you said it wasn't that important.
Not to me, it's not, but to the bureaucrats that fund us,
this is the holy Bible.
I'm sorry, I didn't know the machine.
Is everything OK?
No, it's not OK.
-Why don't I take her off your hands for a wee while?
Not really, no.
Eileen asked me to lie to the police.
Tell them I locked up.
To help you out.
What you going to do?
I really don't know.
Harry, it's not a big deal. They don't care who locked up.
No, they're just looking for someone who might have assaulted the guy
-and put him in a coma.
-Well, maybe if you'd handled him better in the first place...
Don't start trying to blame any of this on me. This is all your fault.
Is that what you're going to tell them?
You had to be the big macho guy and flex your muscles.
Harry, if you tell them that, I'm finished.
Stevie, there's a whole pub of witnesses who saw the same thing.
Aye, but they might not speak to them if they don't think he was in the pub.
Why should I lie to protect you?
You know what me and Stella have been through, don't you?
Come on, I never caused any of this.
Look, Harry, I've got a new baby, a family.
I wouldn't do anything like this on purpose.
And Harry Jandhu, is it?
-That's right, yeah.
-I'm Detective Inspector Donald,
Shieldinch and Musgreen Police.
I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions about last night.
-I take it you were both working?
Well, I was supposed to be, Harry done my shift.
I was wetting the baby's head, you know how it is.
I get the picture.
So it would have been you that locked up, then?
Yeah, that's right.
What time was that?
That must have been... half 12, around that.
And did you see anything outside?
Like someone lying on the street in a coma, for example.
No, I never saw anything like that.
What about you?
I could hardly see straight, I don't really remember anything.
The pub was busy, though? Irish night, I heard.
I've seen it busier.
Still, you'll have known all the locals.
It would be useful if we could get a list of which ones were in.
-Well, call it intuition, but I'm guessing at some point,
everybody went home.
So there's a good chance
somebody might have seen something on their way.
That's where we get the expression "germ warfare".
Now, the toilets need checked every couple of hours.
It's especially important, this being a health centre,
that we keep on top of things.
Off you pop.
-'..a Glasgow man died earlier this morning,
'after a brief spell in intensive care following a probable assault.
'The man was found lying outside the Tall Ship Bar
'in the Shieldinch area of the city in the early hours,
'and never regained consciousness.'
'..anyone who might have been in the area last night...'
SIGHING: It's terrible, isn't it?
OLD-FASHIONED JAZZ MUSIC PLAYS
KNOCK AT DOOR
I hope you don't mind,
but you left this and I thought you might be needing it.
No, it's OK.
There she is, Jenny McLean, MD.
I'm not in the mood for your pathetic jokes.
Oh, you didn't kill anybody, did you?
So how was it?
Any tricky operations?
-None of your business.
And here's me gone and got you a wee present for your first day.
-You shouldn't have done that.
-You're worth it.
-I bumped into Molly at the shop.
I thought these might protect your fair skin
when your hands are in the lavvies.
Aw, come on, I was just having a wee laugh.
Oh, I thought you'd see the funny side of it.
It's not funny.
No, you're right.
Oh, come on, it's only your first day. Things will get better.
How can I go back?
Because Annie took you on.
And she wouldn't do that for just anybody.
She knows what you're really worth.
You have to go back and prove her right.
See, this one, I can never get it to catch.
That's just cos you're no' as amazing as am are.
Aye, that'll be it.
It was on the news on the radio.
The guy died.
This is a nightmare.
Stevie, what are we going to dae?
I don't know.
They took Harry away in the polis motor.
They'll get the truth out of him.
You need to go to the polis.
And tell them what?
I'm the one that killed him?
Tell them it was an accident.
Right, I punched the guy and knocked him out by accident.
You need to do something.
-I need to get a look at that disc.
The CCTV outside the pub.
Right, well, maybe that'll show the guy trying to attack you.
He never really attacked me.
-You said that he....
-I thought he was going to.
He said he was, so I skelped him before he could move.
You need to go Eileen's, right now.
I was once married.
But I fell in love with someone else.
I'm not proud of it.
My partner and I left our spouses, we felt so guilty.
Mm, I can imagine.
But we never regretted it.
It was true love, and everybody deserves a bit of that.
15 years we were together.
My partner died two years ago.
I was divorced by then, but they never got round to it.
Our house was in my partner's name for tax purposes.
To my surprise, there was no will.
So everything went to the legal spouse, I was left with nothing.
Nothing but fond memories.
..why all the lies?
About this place,
Well, they're not lies, per se.
Just not true any more.
It's never easy having to admit that you've spent a whole lifetime
and come to nothing.
Oh, I wouldn't say you've come to nothing.
Oh, no. You've had your struggles,
but you still have the memories.
And now, you have me and Molly.
But I'm not sure that I'm ready...
Would you mind if we kept all this just between the two of us for now?
-Would that be OK?
-Oh, yes, yes.
Yes, of course, if... that's what you want.
Is that you?!
I need that disc.
I was going to tell them it wasn't even turned on.
Well, then, why don't you?
Because Harry's seen it.
He's involved now, he already lied to protect you.
-If he just sticks by his story...
-And if he doesn't?
This footage is the one thing that puts him in the clear.
You'd see me go to jail?
Maybe it won't come to that. I'll get you a good lawyer.
We'll prove you were provoked.
Folk saw me in the bar squaring up to him.
Throwing him out, they saw me getting drunk.
They'll have witnesses to all of that.
My only chance is if you get rid of that disc,
and they believe what I tell them.
People are on your side. They'll testify to your character.
And then the prosecution whips out my criminal record?
I'm done for, Eileen!
-I... I can't.
..it's not just me, right?
It's Stella and the wean.
That CCTV is me never seeing her growing up.
It's her growing up without a da.
You think I don't know that?
-Eileen, you up there?
-Gie me the disc!
Eileen, it's me. It's Craig Donald.
I need to talk to you.
Sure, sure, come through.
Harry told us what happened.
-Harry has got nothing to do with any of this.
He lied to cover for Stevie.
He also told us about the CCTV disc.
This is a mess.
How did Stevie get in this fight?
It wasn't a fight.
What was it, then?
Have you still got the disc?
Eileen, I know you want to help him, but this is serious -
it's a murder investigation, potentially.
Murder? That's ridiculous!
The guy was in the pub causing trouble earlier,
and Stevie threw him out.
He says the guy threatened him, and that's why Stevie punched him.
But there's no sound on the CCTV.
It looks like Stevie went for him,
but we both know that's not what he's like.
And you can testify to that, as a character witness.
I don't know what to do.
I just wish that footage didn't exist.
Well, Harry's put the existence of the disc on record,
so there's nothing I can do.
What are Stevie's chances?
Tell me the truth.
With a good lawyer, he might get lucky,
but he's looking at culpable homicide.
He goes to prison?
How can I just hand him over?
I can't send him to prison.
I'll do everything I can, you know that.
-MOBILE PHONE BUZZES
Right, OK. Yeah, thank you.
My officers have just been over at Stevie's - no response.
Look, I don't want them tramping their size tens up here,
so I'll wait down in the bar. Will you bring the disc down?
Yeah, yeah. I'll bring it down to you.
OK. And if Stevie comes here...
..just tell him to do the right thing, yeah?
You know better than anybody what I've been through.
If it wasn't for you and Raymond, I wouldn't even be here.
-But you know exactly what Raymond would do.
He'd snap that disc in two.
He wouldn't even think twice about it.
-That's not fair.
-It's too late for being fair.
I'm running out of time, here.
I've told you, my hands are tied.
The police are waiting downstairs for me.
Eileen, please don't gie it to them. It's my only chance!
What good would it do?
And think what it could do to me.
The police know I've got this disc.
If I don't give it to them, then they'll throw the book at me.
VOICE BREAKING: I don't want you in trouble, tae.
Turn yourself in.
And I'll be with you every step of the way.
That's not gonnae happen.
I'm just going to have to take my chances.
Come downstairs with me.
Where are you going to go?
What are you going to do for money?
This is all I can do for you.
-There's nothing to thank me for.
SIGHING: What happened?
The lawyers advised him just to tell the truth. Seemed to do the trick.
I originally told them that I locked up last night, when it was Stevie.
But now they want to know why he told the lies in the first place.
I said I was covering for a mate.
Huh, let me guess - something to do with Eileen?
Don't start with all that.
Come on, Annie, the boy's had a fright.
You do realise that it could be your word against Stevie's?
There's a CCTV recording.
It shows Stevie punching the guy.
And you told the police this?
You have to understand, Eileen and Stevie, they go way back.
-She's like a surrogate mother to him.
-Oh, is that her trick?
But you did tell them about the footage?
-I had to, I mean, I had no other option.
-She's gone too far.
-I've had it, she's not getting away with this.
Right, job done, let's go.
Ah, here he is.
What kept you?!
-What did Eileen say?
-I couldn't get the recording.
-It disnae matter.
Stella, listen, I have to go. Now.
Take my chances.
Mate, that's a bad idea.
I've no' got a choice.
-They'll find you.
-Mibbe, mibbe no'.
You need to get rid of your bank account, your phone.
Even so, they've got technology nowadays,
-they'll spot you on the street.
-And what about us?
You're just going to leave us, aye?
-There's nothing else I can do.
-Well, I'm really sorry, Stevie,
but this isn't going to be the last time
that we're all going to be together.
You're not going anywhere without me and Hope.
We stay a faimily, do you understand?
-I cannae ask you to dae that.
-That's not your decision.
Then we need to leave, now.
Listen to me, the pair of yese.
Just stop and think about this for one second!
-We've not got time!
-This is insane!
-You'll get caught.
-Aye, mibbe. But no' the day
Would you just wait!
No' the day.
I want my son back. I want him away from that woman.
And how exactly are you going to do that?
I was wondering if I could have a word. In private.
The first place they'll look is Mark's house up north.
It disnae matter, he doesn't know where we are.
-I'm afraid an allegation
has been made against you.
You're leaving us here?
It's only for four or five days, it's no biggie.
Well, I left a note.
What are you doing?
This isnae exactly how I imagined it.
Stevie, he's taken the money and done a runner,
and you're covering for him again!
-Stevie, we need to get out of here.
You're OK, I've got you.
Listen, I really need your help.
But you cannae go to the polis, OK? I'm begging you.
She has money and property and influence.
You were just a bit of fun.
-This isnae gonnae work!
-Where are you going?
Well, I'm gonnae hand myself in, before they catch us.