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I'm going to find his dad. Drew needs to know what happened to him.
-What are you waiting for?
-The guy died.
-You need to go the polis. Tell them it was an accident.
Eileen, you need to help me. I cannae go to jail.
I need you to tell the police that you locked up last night.
The police know I've got this disc.
If I don't give it to them, then they'll throw the book at me.
This is all I can do for you.
The lawyer's advised him just to tell the truth.
You're no' going anywhere without me and Hope.
Then, we need to leave...now.
Right, let's go.
TRAIN HORN HONKS
(Hey...hey, hey, hey...)
How's my big girl?
Baby, come on, then.
Oh, up we go, up we go.
I know, hey, hey, hey...
Your daddy's here.
This is some mess I've got us into, eh?
We'll be OK.
Eh? I promise.
You'll be late. Come on!
Keep it down.
Oh, there you are. Hurry up. Ruby's already away.
-You'll miss the bus.
-I don't feel well.
-You feel fine.
-I've got a sore stomach.
No, you've no'. You're going to school and that's that.
Make up your mind. You're normally telling me to GET him to school.
At least one good thing'll come out of all this.
Harry'll see her true colours.
That's something, I suppose.
I'm not going to go on about it.
All that matters is that, well, he can put it behind him
and get back on track.
You know, it's bad enough that she seduces him
and humiliates our whole family, she asks him to lie to the police.
I thought you weren't going to go on about it.
To him - I can give it out to you, can't I?
Anyway, what's keeping him? Harry, your breakfast's ready!
-Is that him gone out the front door?
Don't tell me he's gone back there. Not to her.
You don't know that - he does work there.
After everything that she has done.
I mean, he's lucky the police aren't charging him.
They're not, though, are they? He got his knuckles rapped.
You know, a big help you are.
After all the education he's had, and the chances he's had.
You expect me just to sit back and let her destroy all that?
Look, it's over. She finished it, remember.
But she hasn't loosened her hold on him, has she?
-If anything, it's got tighter.
You really need to calm down.
Don't tell me to calm down. We need to do something.
There's nothing we can do.
This is my son we are talking about.
He's my son as well.
Then act like it. Do something.
I want my son back. I want him away from that woman.
And how exactly are you going to do that?
I'll think of something.
Look, I need to go. I'll catch you later, all right?
Sorry, I haven't seen him since last night in the pub.
Well, if you do, will you get in touch with us?
Excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt.
But I was wondering if I could have a word? In private.
Just up for the till keys.
No, no, no, wait, wait...
I'm glad to see you.
I owe you an apology.
I had no right to put you in that position.
I need some answers. Why did you put Stevie before me?
I had no idea what I was getting you into.
I'm so sorry.
(I know, I know...)
You're a pure natural.
Sorry, I didn't want to wake you.
How long have you been up for?
-Did you not sleep?
No. Couldn't switch my brain off.
Every time I heard a motor door slam, I thought it was the polis.
They're no' going to be looking for us in Gretna.
The first place they'll look is Mark's house, up north.
Do you think they've already looked there?
But it doesn't matter, because he doesn't know where we are.
And like you says, the motor isn't registered yet,
so they're never going to trace the reggie plate back to us.
By the time they figure out that we're down south -
if they even figure that out - we'll be long gone.
Stevie, we are doing the right thing.
I know. I know. You're right.
I thought you'd chucked our phones.
A pay-as-you-go. I got it when you were sleeping.
They won't be able to trace it. But it's for emergencies.
PHONE KEYS BEEP
-Want to put the kettle on?
Once we've had this,
I'll jump in the shower, unless you want to go first.
No, that's fine, on you go.
I think I should let on to Alasdair that I know.
Oh, please don't. He asked me not to.
I am the soul of discretion. What's your problem?
What was his place like again?
-Oh, God, I wish I'd never told you.
-A single end?
It's a bedsit.
So, it's not a posh flat in the West End? Ha-ha!
Oh, Molly, try and show a little respect.
It's very hard to lose your home.
All your lovely things.
Friends that share your interests.
Especially if it happens in later life.
Now... It happened to me.
I thought the world had come to an end.
But I was lucky.
-I met Malcolm.
-Well, I took you in, didn't I?
Oh, I can't see it like that. For me, it was more a...
-mutual desire for companionship.
-Call it what you like.
And you needed my rent money.
I've just been stopped by the police.
Did you no' pay for the coffees?
They showed me a picture of the barman from the Tall Ship.
-Asked if I'd seen him.
Oh, listen, I bet that's in connection with that
-poor chap that died.
Oh, if he's done a runner, that's worse.
It'll just look like he's guilty.
Not necessarily! You mustn't go casting aspersions.
Ladies. Ladies. Enough.
Oh, oh, oh, look at this!
Oh, that fairly takes me back.
Me and all.
Oh, no, Molly, this is a quality garment.
I expect it would be right out of your price range.
Aye, right enough. But at least I could still get into it.
Is there anything you would like to add, Dr Jandhu?
My son is a good, decent, young man.
And he's never been in any kind of trouble his whole life.
Not until he got mixed up with that woman.
OK... Well, I won't keep you any longer.
Have you caught him yet? The man who did this?
I really can't discuss that.
It's Stevie Burns, isn't it?
Ask Eileen Donachie where he is.
She's covering up for him.
Thank you for coming forward.
-So what happens now?
-Just leave it with us.
You will follow it up?
If we need anything else, we'll be in touch.
I'll see myself out.
I just hope he's taken my advice and turned himself in.
-I just hope we've heard the last of it.
Craig, hello again.
I need a word. Do you mind?
Will you go and change that barrel before we open, please?
I'm afraid an allegation's been made against you.
It's regarding the death of the man who was attacked outside the pub.
It's alleged that you persuaded Harry to give
false information to the police.
What a mess.
I think I know who's made this allegation.
Do you deny it?
I wish I didn't have to.
-But I can see why she's done it.
John, could you grab us a couple of coffees, please?
Take your time.
OK, Eileen, what's going on?
You're home early.
The class got cancelled.
Where are you going?
Aye, well, it was one of those last-minute-deal things.
And you're leaving us here?
Well, it's only for four or five days. It's no biggie.
But I'm going to miss you lot. Definitely.
But what about Drew?
He'll be fine.
Just keep an eye on him for me, will you?
I can't believe this. You weren't even going to tell us?
-Well, I left you a note.
And some dosh.
Oh, come on, don't be like that. You've got an empty. Enjoy.
Well, who are you going with?
Right, that's my taxi. Right, no wild parties, eh?
Not till I get back, anyway. And you're in charge, OK?
Well, have you got everything? Got your passport?
Passport... Nearly forgot.
Right. That's me. I'm off.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
It's a bit...embarrassing.
Don't worry, there's nothing I've not heard in this job.
I recently had a thing with her son.
OK. What sort of thing?
Harry. We were together, briefly.
Well, it takes all sorts, I guess.
So, you're saying she made this up to get back at you?
You do realise that giving false information to the police
is a serious offence? With consequences.
Yeah, I know, she probably wasn't thinking straight.
I'm talking about you.
You think I would lie to the police?
How long have you known me?
I'm sorry, Eileen, I'm just trying to do my job here.
So, did you ask Harry Jandhu to lie to us?
Annie's just a mother protecting her son.
That's all that's going on here.
She thinks you're covering up for Stevie.
No, no, of course not.
Do you have you any idea where he might have gone?
No. He didn't turn up for work this morning.
I presume you've been round there and spoken to Stella?
She's not at home either.
But it's difficult to get lost these days.
We're surrounded by technology.
They'll turn up on some system or another.
Look, if you hear from them, let us know.
She still sleeping?
I've been thinking...
The money Eileen gave us, maybe we should rent a caravan?
-Aye, one of they static ones, near a park.
Nobody'll find us there.
I'll get work. In a bar, in a pub. Anything.
-Cash in hand, aye.
No bank accounts, no credit cards ever again.
Aye. Sounds good.
And we'll move about. Explore different places.
It'll be an adventure.
We'll need to settle somewhere when she starts school.
I want things to be stable for her.
Aye, they will be. Listen, she's gonnae have the best life.
A maw and da that loves her. That's all she needs.
What's the matter?
He was somebody's baby once too. That guy.
You cannae think like that.
I'm thinking about his maw and da.
Right, come on. Let's take the wean out and get some fresh air.
-Go to the park.
-I'll take her.
I need to be on my own for a bit. Do you mind?
No, it's OK.
I won't be long.
I've just been to see Eileen Donachie.
I appreciate you acting so promptly on this.
She's explained the circumstances involved,
and I think it's best all round if you just let this matter drop.
-This is a police investigation.
I don't want it getting pulled out of shape by some personal feud.
-Now, hang on...
-Your son lied to the police.
So to follow this up,
we'd have to draw him back into the investigation.
I'll let you get on with your coffee.
KNOCKS ON DOOR
You all right?
Yeah. Why wouldn't I be?
After the police being here.
Yes, it is a bit upsetting.
Not to mention embarrassing. What, are you ashamed of me?
Let's not do this now, OK?
-Why are you here?
-I came to get some change.
HE OPENS SAFE
The money's gone.
All the notes. What...?
I've counted it. For the bank.
Today? You usually do the bank on a Thursday.
What difference does it make?
So where is it?
It's in my bag! Ready for pay-in.
-Why you being so tetchy?
He's taken it, hasn't he?
-Stevie. He's taken the money and done a runner.
-And you're covering for him! Again!
-No, of course I'm not.
This is my pub. And it's my money. And you're questioning me?
Harry, are you up here?
I need to speak with my son.
Mum, please. Not now.
It's fine. On you go.
Look, I'm glad you're here because I need to say something.
Reporting Eileen to the police, that was petty.
I don't want to argue with you. I just want you to hear me out.
-Well, it backfired.
-I know. DI Donald came to see me.
More or less accused me of setting out to make trouble.
-Well? Didn't you?
-I did it for you.
I'm looking out for you. Trying to protect you.
No. You're trying to control me. And I don't need it. I'm 22.
I don't care what age you are. I'll always be your mum.
And everything that I have done for you must count for something.
Look, Mum, I'm sorry.
You should never have been dragged into this.
I just want you to see what kind of woman she is.
And don't forget she did ask you to lie to the police.
-There's no getting away from that.
-I know, but...
What kind of chance did I have against a woman like that?
She fooled the police, all sweetness and light.
And what chance did you have, eh?
Harry, son, just open your eyes.
She has money, and property, and influence.
You were just a bit of fun, that's all.
-You've got her all wrong.
-Right, well, ask yourself this.
Which one of us lied to the police
and which one of us did they believe?
Hey, Drew, what are you doing home?
Is Mum in?
Where is she?
She's gone away for a few days.
She never said.
I don't know.
Is she coming back?
Of course she is.
How you feeling?
Have you been sent home from school?
-I'm skiving, all right?
Is there something going on at school?
Tell you what.
Why don't you get your stuff out and we can work together?
Drew, get back here.
Hi, it's me.
You need to back up everything I've said.
I will. If he asks.
No. You have to find him. Talk to him.
-You owe me.
You were the one that wanted to go back to your roots.
Now look where that's got us.
Our son's dropped out of uni,
he's in thrall to a much older woman and he's working in a pub.
All right, all right. But don't hold your breath.
No 22-year-old likes being told what to do.
I'm not asking you to lay down the law.
I've already done all the hard work.
You just have to tell him how much we love him
and we just want what's best for him.
That's not too hard, is it?
-KNOCK ON DOOR
-Stella, it's me.
Might want to think twice
about shouting my name in the middle of the corridor.
Well, what do you want me to shout? "Bonnie, it's Clyde?"
-Here, got some food an' all.
She go down all right?
Aye, a few minutes outside and she was off.
What are you doing?
This isn't exactly how I imagined it, but...
Stella, this is my big romantic moment.
I love it.
Whatever happens, I'll always love you.
Stevie, you're pure shaking.
Aye, I know. But I need to say this.
-If I get caught...
-You're no' gonnae get caught.
If I get caught, I'm going away for a long time.
But I want you to remember this moment, and how much I love you.
You and Hope.
You deserve more than this...
Stella, if I had the world, I'd gie it to you.
I know you would.
But we've got everything we need right here.
We've got you.
I'm no' doing this to ask you to wait for me...
Don't say stuff like that.
I'll never stop loving you.
But I don't want the mistakes I've made to ruin your whole life.
I've already ruined my maw and dad's. But you two...
Right, come on, enough. Look, look at her.
Look how perfect she is.
We made that.
You and me.
And whatever happens, she's here because we love each other.
Nothing's ever gonnae change that.
So let's focus on her.
And the future. Right?
Is that a yes?
What do you think?
-You all right?
Aye, I've just slept on my neck funny. I'll be fine.
-Do you mind if I sit here?
-Not at all.
Hogging the table.
You're fine. Don't worry.
What are you studying?
Right now? The effect of temperature change on rate of reaction.
Yeah, I know, that was my favourite subject when I was a kid.
-You know your mum's been helping me?
-So I heard. How's that going?
Pretty good. You're lucky to have her.
You know, she bought me a chemistry set when I was this high.
I was only allowed to use it in the kitchen.
There was this one time I snuck it into my bedroom
and I almost set fire to the curtains with my Bunsen burner.
So they put a Bunsen burner in a kids' chemistry set?
And you had a gas supply in your bedroom?
Eh, hi. I was hoping for a word.
I'll get out your way.
Stay. You have your coffee.
Sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt.
I was just wondering if you might be free later?
Thought you could maybe let your old man take you out for a pint.
Come on. Boys' night out. What do you think?
All right. Just the one.
Good lad. I'll see you later.
-I think she's coming down with something.
-What makes you say that?
She's got a temperature
and she's sleeping all the time, isn't she?
You used it, didn't you?
Who was it?
-I'm sorry. It's probably Mark.
Am I no' allowed to speak to my own brother?
Well, what did you tell him?
-You sure about that?
I just wanted to check if the polis were looking for us.
And are they?
But it doesn't matter, because he doesn't know where we are.
I just wanted to hear his voice.
If they check his phone, they'll have this number.
They can trace that. They're probably on their way.
This isnae gonnae work.
Calm down, Stevie. I made one mistake.
We've only been away for a day.
It's too hard for you, Stella, I can't make you give everything up.
Where you going?
I'm going to hand myself in before they catch us.
No, don't you dare. Stevie, get back here right now.
Don't make this any harder, Stella.
You cannae leave us, after everything you said.
Do you think I want to leave you?
Getting caught is one thing, but handing yourself in,
that's just giving up. On me, and on her.
You can't do that.
This was just a wobble. I'm really sorry about the phone thing.
We can get rid of the battery, chuck the SIM card, and get a new one.
I was only speaking to him for a couple of minutes, anyway.
They're never going to be able to trace the phone call.
I just want what's best for both of yous.
Then man up.
Whether it's six hours or 60 years,
let's just make the most of the time we've got together, OK?
No pressure, Annie.
Ah, here we are.
-I thought it would be quieter in here tonight.
Well, a man died right outside. That kind of thing puts folk off.
Aye, right enough. Especially since he was assaulted.
-Is there any word on Stevie? We heard he'd disappeared.
He's done a runner, then - they both must have.
-Right. That's enough.
-It's just speculation.
No, it's not. It's malicious gossip.
So I suggest you change the subject if you want to drink in here.
Right, take a seat. I'll be over in a minute to get your order.
Same again, please.
Steady on. That's your second.
And what are you? The cider police?
And a lager as well, please, Eileen.
So...here we are.
Yeah. Here we are.
She still doesn't seem right.
A good night's sleep, that's probably all she needs.
Do you think she's just overtired?
I think it's natural to worry about the least wee thing.
We're brand new at this. And you're doing a brilliant job.
I didn't think it would possible to love something this much.
You know what I mean. It's different.
Do you mean primeval?
You know, before she was born,
I used to imagine what it'd feel like to be a da.
I thought it would be like how I feel about wee Stuart, only bigger.
But...it's more than that.
It's more than anything.
And listen, I'm really sorry about earlier. I just...
I just want what's best for the both of you.
I know you do.
I'm going to head out and get some Indian food
and maybe a wee bottle of something.
OK. Don't be long.
You OK, baby?
No, I think it's a great idea. A gap year.
If you want to go backpacking to Thailand, South America, wherever.
-I'm just saying that's something
that me and your mum could help you with.
Thanks, Dad. I appreciate that.
Good. So where do you fancy going?
Hold on. Who says I was going anywhere?
Vietnam? Oh, Australia?
You're trying to get rid of me?
No. I just don't want you settling for...
But I'm good here for now.
Only because you don't know what's out there.
OK, so, what do you think of her?
Eileen. That is who we're talking about, isn't it?
Please, I want you to be honest with me.
OK. You asked for it.
She's all wrong for you. She's too old for a start.
She's got a kid. She's got baggage.
It was never going to work out, son, you're well out of it.
I didn't ask about me and Eileen.
I asked what YOU think of her. Just Eileen.
Eileen's all right.
You don't think she's a flirt?
Her heart's in the right place.
I'm sure Stevie's stolen from her.
All the takings are gone.
And she snapped my head off just for asking about it.
I think she's covering for him.
Well, it's a terrible business altogether. Stay well out of it.
-Do you want a...?
-No, not for me.
I don't think you should, either, you're not used to it.
One for the road.
Maybe not. Let's get you home.
Oh, for goodness' sake.
How many has he had?
We had a great time. Me and the boy. The guys.
Yeah, we did.
Come on, let's sit you down here.
Right, I'll sort him out. You go to bed.
Don't be too hard on him.
Let me get you a coffee, try and sober you up.
-How did it go?
-Well, it was good.
Bit of father-and-son time.
You're beautiful, by the way.
No, no. I want to know what he said.
Eh, right, we talked about university and how we'd support him.
No, I did. I remember that bit.
And did you talk about Eileen?
How she's a conniving, manipulative temptress
who cares about nobody else but herself?
What did you say, "exactly"?
I said that she was too old for him and that he's better off out of it.
Did I do well?
Yeah, and what did he say?
I can't remember.
Do not shout.
Don't look at me, right? This was your idea.
You know, I didn't expect much.
But, at the least, I'd expected you to remember.
Leave him alone.
He'll get fed up mooning after someone he can't have
and he'll meet a nice wee lassie his own age.
Like that Jenny. I saw them in the cafe, joking away.
He is believed to be travelling with his partner, Stella Walker,
and their newborn baby.
Police are concerned for the welfare of the child,
and are appealing for anyone with any information
on the whereabouts of Steven Burns to come forward.
"Concerned for the welfare of the child." What?
-Do they think I'm gonnae hurt her?
-You're gonnae wake her up.
That I cannae look after her? I'm gonnae put her in danger?
Nothing's changed! We knew the polis were looking for us anyway.
Aye, but now everybody else is. We've been seen on the street.
Checking in here.
For all we know, somebody's already reported us to the polis.
She's burning up. Something's wrong.
-I knew it.
I telt you last night that she was coming down with something.
What does that mean?
What do you mean, what does it mean? She's no' well.
Right, all right, let's think about it, then.
If we were at home, what would we do?
Phone somebody. Take her to the baby clinic.
Get the doctor out, I don't know.
All those places are going to want a name.
We need to do something.
She's no' feeding and her temperature's really high.
She's sleeping all the time. I'm just really worried about her.
OK, what's your name?
OK, if you take a seat, somebody will give you a shout, OK?
No' next to me.
Nice to see those school fees aren't going to waste.
I'm just teasing.
How's Dad this morning?
Exactly how he deserves to be.
And as for you,
you should've had more sense, even if he didn't.
Hey, he's a grown man.
Listen, I've got a bit of a problem.
-She's a problem?
-No, no, not at all.
-But you know I've been helping her with her chemistry.
Well, I'm meant to be giving her a lesson tonight,
but I've got so swamped with paperwork.
I'm sure she'll understand.
You couldn't do it, could you?
Tutor her, I mean. Not the paperwork.
Come on. You owe me one.
How do you make that out?
For getting Dad so drunk.
Please say you'll do it.
OK, yeah, all right, just this once.
Thank you, you're really helping me out.
(Look at the telly.)
Stevie, we need to get out of here.
(What about the wean?)
-I can't thank you enough.
-Great, thanks, bye.
Dr Jandhu, we've got all that data back. And the charts.
So I can do the analysis when I get time.
Listen, I know we were meant to have a lesson tonight
but I'm afraid I can't make it.
-Oh, that's OK.
-No, wait. Harry said he'd do it.
You don't mind, do you?
Not so long as he doesn't.
Not at all. He seemed pleased to step in.
It's all right, they weren't looking for me.
-She all right?
-Aye. She's fine, it was nothing.
-Right, come on, let's get out of here.
Please, Ruby. I need you to stay out the way tonight.
What's it worth?
-I'll do your homework for a week.
Can you do me a favour? Make yourself scarce.
I need this room for my chemistry lesson.
-Is that wine?
Where'd you get that?
It was cheap. And I didn't use the money Mum gave us.
Mum left money?
Can I get a pizza, then?
-You'll stay out the way the whole night?
-Oh. It's you.
Drew let me in.
I really appreciate you helping me. I mean really, like,
giving up your time and everything.
I've only got an hour or so, so we better get started.
OK. Would you like a glass of wine?
On a school night?
You know what? That sounds like a great idea.
-It'll never work.
Well, number one - he's not over his last mistake yet.
And number two - if he gets wind that you're setting him up...
Well, he won't.
If it goes wrong, this'll backfire on you.
Oh, lighten up.
They are two young, attractive, decent people,
having a nice time together.
What could go wrong?
Thank you, Harry. You've been brilliant.
You ever thought of being a teacher?
No, not really. I've not thought that far ahead.
Well, I can't get over you giving up your time to help me.
You know what? I enjoyed it.
It's good to get a night away from...
Oh, you know. The usual stuff.
My...boss. My mum being a control freak.
Don't be hard on your mum.
I just wish she'd back off out my life.
Well, you think that, but...
Well, I should know.
My mum couldn't tell you the first thing about my life.
Then she's missing out.
Because I think you're quite special.
Well, I think that you're...
I forgot what I was going to say.
How about some coffee?
Coffee. Yeah, we have some of that, I think.
You're OK. I've got you.
Sorry. I'm sorry... I...
It's OK. That's it, get it all up.
Who gave their mummy and daddy a big fright last night?
Now look at you.
You're going to have a great life, Hope.
You're going to do really well at school.
And we're always gonnae be there for you. Always.
Stevie, I'm just gonnae jump out and get some more formula,
-we've ran out.
-On you go. We're fine here.
Your head teacher was called Mr Tickle?
Yeah, if you were in trouble,
you got sent to Tickle, the head teacher.
You stayed here all night?
Yeah, I slept in the chair, to make sure you were OK.
How you feeling?
You've been to the shop?
Listen, thanks again. For all your help last night.
I enjoyed it.
I'm sorry for getting carried away.
-Did you hear Harry come in last night?
Well, his bed looks as if it's not been slept in.
Maybe he got lucky.
Don't say that.
It was you that pushed them together.
But I don't want him taking advantage of her.
He wouldn't do that.
-He went out of his way to help her, didn't he?
-Yeah, he did. I know.
Aye, he's a decent, caring young man.
-I think that's why he's still hung up on Eileen.
He's looking out for her. I think he's worried that
she's mixed up in the whole Stevie business.
Some money went missing from the pub.
And you're just remembering this NOW?
It's Stella Walker.
Where are you? Are you all right?
Listen, I really need your help.
But you cannae go to the polis, OK? I'm begging you.
-Tell me what's wrong.
-'I've got a pain.'
It's kinda hard to explain, it's...
'..it's like...it's in my chest. And it...'
..it's just really sore.
It's impossible to say without seeing you,
'but it sounds like phantom breast pain.
'It's very common,
'and the brain still sends signals to the nerve ends.'
Will it go away?
If that's what it is.
You need to see a doctor.
Yeah, well, I cannae dae that.
Are you near a chemist?
'Right, get yourself some analgesic painkillers.
'Ibuprofen, just something like that.'
No, Stella - wait.
Listen to me.
You're in trouble, you're going to have to see a doctor sometime.
'What with the baby and the cancer,
'you need to have check-ups.'
Listen, I'm absolutely fine.
You can't go on like this, love.
'Not with a tiny baby and no money.'
Yeah, well, I've GOT money.
Well, I've got enough, anyway.
'I'm fine. OK?'
-Thanks very much for your help.
'Stella!' STELLA TERMINATES THE CALL
Right, you get a lie down. I'll make up her bottles.
No, it's fine, I'll do it.
What, are you scared I'll mess it up?
Just some painkillers.
Aye, they'll probably knock me out.
What's it for?
Stella, what's it for?
It's just for a wee bit of pain that I've got here,
but it's no big deal.
And why did you no' tell me?
Cos I knew you'd start worrying.
How bad is it?
No' that bad.
I had nae right bringing you here.
Oh, come on. We're not doing this again. I'm fine.
I can live like this.
But you cannae. You need support, you need help.
I need you!
We need to be a family and stick together.
But you're no' well.
It'll go away.
Well, even if it does...
What if what?
What if my cancer comes back?
If it does come back...
you cannae take a couple of painkillers and hope for the best.
Well, you're worrying about
something that's no' even happened yet.
That might never happen.
You got the all-clear.
First thing tomorrow, we're out of here.
We'll drive further south.
We'll find a caravan park,
we'll get a wee van
and we'll make it all nice and cosy. Would you like that?
And then maybe in a year or so we can...
tow it up to Mark's.
He can get me work on the farm.
Can you imagine Hope
running about with the wee hens and the ducks and a' that?
Yeah, wee pink wellies on.
All of us together...
..all the time.
That's all I want.
I spent the night at Jenny McLean's.
I'm glad for you.
Jenny's a lovely girl.
She's pretty, and... and she's bright.
And she's the right age.
She's not for me.
Because of me?
-You have to accept that it's over,
it should never have happened.
Don't say that.
-No, you listen.
It wasn't right for either of us.
But...you and me, I'm...
..I'm not sorry it happened.
You are a very special young man.
Do you mind if I don't work here any more?
Not at all.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES QUIETLY
Where you going, son?
Please don't say you're moving in with Eileen.
I'm going to London.
Back to university?
Well, you can work hard,
he can make up for what you he missed... DOORBELL RINGS
I know. I've got an appointment tomorrow
with my advisor of studies.
Good for you.
I just want what's best for you.
I know, Mum.
Oh, come here.
AJ CLEARS HIS THROAT
I just wanted to say thanks again for your help last night.
I'm glad you're here.
I'd hate to leave without saying goodbye.
I'm going back to London.
You're leaving now?
Yeah, my train's at half past, so...
But you'll be back?
Expect I'll be going travelling in the summer.
Harry's not here.
But it's not him I came to see.
Can we make it quick, then? Cos I've got a pub to run.
I know you helped Stevie Burns escape from the police.
-Don't bother denying it.
You gave him money to go on the run.
I don't know what gave you that idea...
The money that's missing from the safe...?
Harry told his dad.
Money leaves a trail.
If the police look at your till rolls
and your pay-ins,
they're going to wonder where that went.
Why are you doing this?
Why do you think?
Do you hate me SO much?
I don't hate you, Eileen.
I've got better things to be doing with my time.
I just want to...make sure we understand each other.
He's on his way back to London as we speak. Back to his studies.
I'm pleased about that.
You will not contact him.
You will not respond if he contacts you.
You will have nothing to do with him ever again.
I want my son
to get on with the rest of his life like you don't exist.
-Well, I can assure you that won't be...
AJ will not be needing your kitchen facilities any more.
His tenure here is over,
with immediate effect.
I want you to stay away from my family,
or I will go to the police and I will tell them what I know.
Are we clear?
Is Harry coming over?
-He's just not, OK?
Like, cos you spewed your guts out?
"Oh, Harry..." BOTH: Blearrrgh...
-Oh, pack it in.
-DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
-You're supposed to be in Tenerife.
Nah! Missed you lot too much, didn't I?
Let me in.
-Did you bring anything for dinner?
-My purse is over there.
Go get some money out of it and go get us a' some chips.
-Yeah, we're fine.
-You glad I'm back?
-You glad I'm back?
-Did you miss me?
How was your flight?
Duty free kept me going. Why?
Nothing, just wondering.
How was Tenerife?
'I'm sorry for leaving when you were sleeping.
'It's the hardest thing I've ever done.
'But it's right for you.
'I know that one word and a look from you...
'..that I won't be able to go.
'In my heart...
-'..we'll be sitting on the steps of that caravan -
'me, you, and wee Hope.
'Looking at the stars.'
Elizabeth Hamilton speaking.
Malcolm has taken a turn.
Whatever happens, my dad doesn't have much longer.
Why is my dad not in the hospital?
'I'm not going to let you do this.'
It's not my fault that you let him down at the end.
Ssh. I haven't found the right moment to tell...
What are you doing? What have you done?
-What's wrong with Drew?
-He's hurting himself!