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We're having an affair.
I know. OK? I know about you two.
You still love her, don't you? You should tell her.
It's crunch time, Kelly-Marie, me or Alex?
This isn't exactly how I imagined it.
I love it.
'I'm sorry for leaving when you were sleeping.
'It's the hardest thing I've ever done. But it's right for you.'
There's nothing going on.
-We're just pals.
-Pals? Pals don't behave like that with each other. You were all over her.
I want you but...what do you want?
-# I'm all about that bass, 'bout that bass, no treble
# I'm all about that bass 'bout that bass. #
See? Every time.
What was that?
It worked, didn't it? I'm telling you, she loves that one.
And, eh, now that she's sleeping...
Oh, here we go.
Well, I don't start at the garage for another hour.
Right. And what did you have in mind?
# I'm all about that bass. #
Oh, my God, the state of you.
Right, come on. Make it fast, though, cos I've got stuff to do.
What a way to kill the mood!
You didn't have to.
I wanted to.
I'm still allowed to do something nice for my wife, aren't I?
I'm going to view some flats tomorrow.
I don't want you to feel under any pressure.
I want to find a place of my own.
All I'm saying is take all the time you need.
Well, in the meantime we still have to discuss things.
Sensibly, like adults.
I thought we were.
AJ, I've been walking round on eggshells all week.
I mean, you've hardly said a word.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
And two guesses as to who that was(!)
Oh, no, no, no, no. Feel free.
I mean, I'm happy to be made a fool of in my own home.
I didn't think you would be so cold-hearted as to flaunt
your affair right in front of me.
That is not fair.
You're tearing this family apart and you don't even seem to care.
Ya dancer. I could eat a scabby dog.
Aye, all right. I can't help it if I worked up an appetite, can I?
It's your fault.
You want me to get her?
No, it's fine, I'll go.
What is wrong with your coupon?
Nothing. This just isn't how I saw the man cave going.
Can you not be pleased for me I'm happy?
Course I am.
But do you not think you're moving it a bit too fast?
You've already skipped to babies and all-night crying sessions
without any of the fun bits.
I wouldn't say without any of the fun bits.
Anyway, I'm not the one that got married, am I?
Is she all right?
Aye, she's fine, I just moved her through to our room.
I'll go get ready for work, leave yous to it, then.
At least I might get some peace there.
Face on him.
Ach, let him sulk. Anyway, I've been wanting to talk to you about that.
This place is getting a bit crowded, do you not think?
-Well, I was thinking, if I put in some more hours at the garage,
and then, with your shifts picking up at the Oyster again
maybe we could afford a place of our own.
You mean move? Where?
Somewhere bigger, for starters. Some place with good schools.
We need to start thinking about Hope's future one day.
Aye, I suppose.
Something for you to think about, anyway, right?
-Right. See you.
Screening my calls now? I phoned you earlier, you never answered.
Yeah, thanks for that(!) AJ was there when your call came through.
Nothing. I just don't want to give him any more ammunition.
Right now it's all systems targeted at me, and, well, you're not helping.
So come and live with me, then.
What, me, you, Lenny and Amber all bunked up like the Waltons?
You should see us in the morning
trying to decide who's first in the shower.
-It's bloody murder in there.
Look, you just have to be patient, OK?
I know it's not your strong suit.
I'm supposed to just sit around while he upsets you like this?
It's just until I find somewhere else.
And it might give him time to get over what happened.
-How long does he need?
-I owe him this.
I hurt him and I didn't want that.
It might not mean much to you, but he is still the father of my child.
Gonnae you cheer up?
Or do I have to put up with your crabbit-looking face all day at work, too?
Just as long as the garage stays a Wag-free zone.
I don't think I could handle seeing you acting all loved-up in there as well.
-What are you on about?
Oh, I've missed you. I've missed you so much.
Why did you not tell me you were coming?
You're pushing yourself hard today?
Yeah, well. It takes the mind off things.
I could really do with that at the moment.
Maybe you should go home. I mean, I can cover for you.
No, I'd just be worrying about him there, too.
You all right?
You look like you've seen a ghost.
Not exactly. Just someone I wasn't expecting to see, that's all.
Look, you shouldn't blame yourself about Patrick.
He's a complicated guy and I'm sure he must have his reasons.
I keep thinking I've missed an opportunity to put things right.
Aye, I know that feeling.
-But anyway, hindsight's 20/20, isn't it?
Maybe you're right.
All I can do is hope it's not too late.
Is she awake?
I left her sleeping. I managed to get a wee hold of her, though.
I've been dreaming about that face ever since I left.
So, are you going to tell me why you're back now after all this time?
I've been waiting until I knew what to say to you.
Have you got it all figured out now, aye(?)
After I left you I was lost.
I told myself, "Just keep the head, work something out."
The past few weeks I've been staying with Gabriel up in Aberdeen.
We've got a plan.
What plan's that, then?
Gabriel knows this guy - he helped me get a fake passport.
There's a ferry leaving from Newcastle to Amsterdam,
And I want you to come with me.
What? What is it?
I cannae do that, Stevie.
You cannae just turn up here and do this to me. Too much has changed!
I know it's a bit out the blue but...
Understatement of the century.
Well, I thought you might want to at least think about it.
Stella, this is a chance for a fresh start,
somewhere we don't need to look over our shoulders all the time.
-I thought that was what you wanted.
-Aye, four months ago.
-Espresso, please, make it snappy.
-You've got some nerve.
-You no' going to take my order?
No, I'm not, maybe Serge will oblige you.
-Oh, what's this? Pistols at dawn?
-I saw Annie earlier, she was nearly
in tears because of you. If you want to pick on somebody, try me,
-I'm ready to go when you are.
-Wind your neck in, pal,
-do you think I'm scared of you?
-I think you'd better be,
if you don't go easy on her. She's only staying with you
out of pity, anyway.
Morning. Two teas, will you, AJ? I've got the trouble and strife
Sorry, am I interrupting something here?
What was that about?
I don't get it.
-Do you not think, maybe, me and Hope have moved on?
-Why are you staying here?
-Look, you cannae just walk in here
and expect nothing to have changed.
I'm not staying, left a set of keys for one of the motors here.
What's he doing here?
I can explain.
Please tell me this isnae how it looks.
So, the Home Office interview for my visa has been scheduled
-You know what you'll be doing?
-Sitting there looking pretty.
So, uh, they're going to be asking us all kinds of questions.
You've got to know my favourite movie, the names of my parents,
-how many sugars I take...
-Can this wait?
I told Bob I'd only be five minutes.
Don't worry... I've made you a list...
Everything you need to know.
-There's so many questions.
-Uh-hm. Learn them. And you can
write me one, too.
See you at home, darling.
I never knew marriage would involve so much...homework.
Aye, work is right.
Like mining coal.
Or sewing mailbags.
Except unpaid. And way more heartache.
Let me tell you something, Angus, marriage is not a word,
it's a sentence.
All right, I'm just going to go out on a limb here, but...
-Trouble at home?
Do you want to...talk about it?
Why, you got advice for me?
Don't know, mate, I'm new to the game myself, but
does the normal advice not apply?
Don't give up. Keep talking.
Make every day seem like it's your first.
Aye, well, whoever came up with that guff must have been single.
I cannae believe this. I cannae believe you would dae this to me!
Screw the nut, mate. What did you expect after you abandoned
-your own daughter?
Stevie, don't! Will the two of you just calm down! Stop it!
Why, Stella?! Why did you go back to him?!
Do you think she owes you an explanation
after everything you put them through?
I'll smash you if you don't shut yer mouth!
Enough, the two of you. Shut up!
OK, alls I want is a wee bit of time just to discuss things, OK?
What is there to discuss? I want him out of my house, now!
Bob, alls I'm asking for is a wee bit of time to talk things over, OK?
It's not just about me and him any more, he's still Hope's dad.
Half an hour... Then I want him out of ma house.
Don't do me any favours.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
Tea to go, please.
I thought I saw you this morning.
What you doing back?
-So, are you staying long?
Well, do you want to grab a seat?
Look, I've not really got time to talk, but...
It's good seeing you. Tell Jimmy and Scarlett I was asking for them.
I'm sorry if I upset you, but...
Look, this isnae all about you and today is not really a good day,
so...I'll see you around.
Of all people.
You going back to him makes it seem like the two of us
never even happened.
It wasnae planned.
At first, it was just him offering us a place to stay.
SCOFFS: Aye, I bet he did.
Aye, so that your daughter would have a roof over her head.
We got kicked out of the flat cos of what you did.
So, then what...?
Once you're in here, you thought, "Oh, I might as well
-"just seal the deal"?
-It wisnae like that.
He was really good to us. And I never knew if I was gonnae
see you again. You have nae idea what this has been like, Stevie.
Being a mum for the first time...
Being on my own.
Nobody to help me. Nobody to tell me whether I was doing it
right or wrang.
I never knew whether I was going to see you again.
I never knew whether you were alive or dead. I had to go to a mortuary.
Aye, the polis found a body.
I thought I was going to need to identify your remains.
I didn't know.
Well, you wouldn't, would you?
Cos you've not been in touch.
And then you just came in here today and expect everything to be the same.
Well, I'm really sorry, Stevie,
there came a point when I had to start thinking about the future.
Well, I hate to say it, mate, but I cannae say I'm unsurprised.
I wish you'd filled me in, since you're so sure it was going to happen.
I'm just saying, Stevie is like a bad penny, isn't he?
Every time you think you've got rid of him, he just shows back up.
Tell me about it! And now Stella is over there alone with him.
You don't think she's actually...
-thinking about going with him?
No, I didnae, no' until you just put it in my heed there.
Cheers for the vote of confidence, mate.
I'm not trying to make you feel any worse, I'm just saying,
the guy's got form, hasn't he?
Are you forgetting that?
Of course I haven't.
You're not the only one that's not too pleased to see him back...
The guy is a rat.
So, what should I do?
So, is that it, then?
You're not coming?
What do you want me to say?
It's just the way things are.
Where are you going?
To be with my daughter.
Or are you going to stop me from doing that, an' all?
No, of course I'm not, but just not here.
-You heard what Bob said, he doesn't want you here.
What? Do you think I care about him?
No, but I do.
Where can we go?
I don't know.
We can maybe take her out or...
Gabriel's got a hotel room.
-It's not far from here.
You can go there and wait on me the now.
And I'll phone you when I get there and I'll bring the baby to you.
What's brought this on?
Some things I said this morning that I shouldn't have.
I don't blame you for being angry, AJ...
And I understand it's not going to change the way you feel about...
He's not Voldemort, you can say his name.
But like you said, there's things we need to talk about, so...
let's be civilised and sit down together...
It's just a casual drink, Annie, I'm not asking you to renew your vows.
And where did you have in mind?
Neutral territory, somewhere in town...
-Annie, just humour me, please.
It's just to talk?
-To sort things.
We both know it's needed.
Come to the flat after work?
Is he away?
He's out the house, if
-that's what you mean.
-No, that's not what I mean, Stella.
I mean, is he out of our lives for good?
He's at a hotel room with Gabriel, waiting. We're going to
go and see him.
-Only so Hope can spend a bit of time with him.
He is leaving the country tonight, this is going to be his last chance.
You understand that, don't you?
I can't not let him have this.
You and me, though...?
Are we all right?
Aye, we're good.
It's all right, I'll get this one.
What are you doing here?
I thought we were keeping this low-profile.
Relax, I'm picking up a prescription for Lenny.
Though, I was hoping to squeeze in some face-time with the doctor.
Oh, what did you have in mind?
Is a full physical off the table?
How about a cold shower?
I could prescribe one for you just now, if you like?
Then, maybe dinner tonight?
I can't... I'm...
I promised AJ.
You're going to subject yourself to that?
The sooner we talk about this, the sooner you and I can move forward, OK?
And then you won't have to come in here making flimsy excuses.
KNOCK AT DOOR
-How are you?
-I've missed you.
-Oh, jeez, I've missed you too, darlin'.
Right, where is Stevie? I said I can only stay for a couple of hours.
He's just picking something up for the wee one.
I think he just wanted everything to be perfect.
He's been planning this in his head for weeks.
Thanks for looking after him.
You kidding me? You're like family to me, Stella, and so's Stevie.
You should have seen him when he turned up at my door.
The guy was in some state.
OK, but do you think it's been any easier for me?
I'm just telling you what I saw.
He was a mess over you and Hope.
You were all he ever talked about.
Well... He couldn't think to phone us
and let us know he was all right, no?
I don't think he wanted to upset you.
He just wanted to make sure he had a plan first.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Hey, hey, hey!
There she is, eh? Oh...
There's my beautiful wee lassie.
Have you missed your daddy? Eh?
-Where did you find that?
-The back of a drawer.
That must have been there since Raymond's time.
Though I don't ever remember seeing him doing the Tom-Cruise-from-Cocktail routine.
What was the name of it?
I can't remember, it was something suggestive.
Sex on the Beach? Slippery Nipple?
I cannae imagine Annie ordering something like that.
Oh, bit early for cocktails.
AJ was just after a recipe.
-I'm thinking of taking Annie for a wee nostalgia trip later.
There was a drink she used to order back when we got together,
but I couldn't remember the name.
Sea Breeze? Fuzzy Navel?
That's the one, Woo Woo. Right.
Here we go, what's in this?
OK, right, need to go and source some schnapps, then.
That sounds horrendous.
Used to be a favourite.
So, hoping it will bring back some happy memories, at least.
Thank you, Gary, you are a gentleman.
I don't suppose you'll be wanting a Woo Woo?
I wish. I could do with bending your ear, though.
Gabriel's back in town.
Right, I'm going to leave you to it.
I've got a few things to sort.
I'll catch yous in an hour or so. All right.
Yeah, see you.
I can't believe how much she's grown.
Yeah, you've been away four months, Stevie, that's what happens.
Aye, I know.
She's your double, you know that?
Jeez, oh, poor wean.
Just like her ma.
All the changes she's been through.
I can't believe I've missed them.
And all the ones I'm going to miss.
Do you know where they went?
That budget hotel next to the river.
But that was hours ago.
If you want, I could take a drive over there with you.
And do what?
Stella's made her choice and there's nothing I can do about it.
Stella cares about you, mate, I know she does.
-Then why did she go with him?
-Because he's a rat, mate.
He's your problem here,
he just waltzes back in and drives a wedge between yous.
It's exactly what he did with me and Zinnie.
What am I supposed to do?
I don't know.
But... Somebody needs to teach the guy a lesson.
We're going to need to go, Bob will be wondering where we are.
You cannae mean that.
Come on, Stella, don't...
Don't go yet.
You knew that was the deal.
I just thought you might want a wee bit more time.
And if I leave tonight, who knows when we'll get that again?
Has the way you feel about me really changed that much?
-You know why.
Because of Bob?
Stella, you don't love him.
You haven't got what we had together.
If you can honestly tell me you're in love with Bob, I'll leave right now.
It's not that simple, Stevie. You know what I mean?
He's been kind to us, he's given us somewhere to stay.
If you'd have just phoned, things would have been different.
Do you seriously think I'm just going to sit here and wait for you
-to come back?
-All right, all right...
Shush, I know.
I know it was me that screwed this up, all right?
I just don't think I could take it if this is how it ends between us.
MUSIC: Please Don't Stop Loving Me by Elvis Presley
# Please don't stop loving me
# You were born just to be
# In my arms
# In my arms... #
Tempt you with a Woo Woo?
A Woo Woo? What?
I thought we were going somewhere neutral,
where we could talk.
Well, we can do that here, can't we?
I thought a wee drink would get us going.
AJ, we're meant to be sorting out what we're going to do next.
I thought you'd appreciate the gesture.
We had a lot of fun drinking these, do you remember?
Of course...I remember...
don't think you understand what's really going on here.
I thought this was about sorting things, fixing this.
And I'm not sure that we can fix this.
Certainly not with a trip down memory lane.
You know, you can't just hijack me with romantic gestures.
It's not going to change the reality of the situation.
Which is what?
I thought I made myself clear last week.
What happened between Alex and I happened...
And the way I feel about him...
That's real, too.
You are not listening.
So, that's it.
You're not even going to try.
You're going to throw away a 20-year marriage,
and for what?
In a sharp suit with a humour bypass?
I'm sorry, OK?
We can talk about this another time.
Maybe once you've had time to process...
I don't think I should stay here tonight.
I'm glad you stayed...
and changed your mind.
If you hadn't, I don't know what I would have done.
-What is it?
-I never said that, Stevie.
-I never said I was coming with you.
What just happened here, then?
I'm not going to lie, I wanted this, but I'm not going to
sacrifice Hope's future for something that I want.
What just happened here...
-..has to be goodbye.
Aye, Hope's got the chance of a good life.
-Me staying with Bob can give her that.
-But you don't love him.
Aye, I dae.
In my own way.
Look, I've made my mind up, OK?
I'll give you some alone time but after that I'm taking her back
to the flat.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
Problem solved. Stevie's nothing for you to worry about any more.
-What somebody should have done a long time ago.
People say that the guy needs to pay.
-Angus, what are you talking about?
-I was thinking about you, mate.
Stevie coming back and messing things up for you.
What did you dae?
I phoned the polis.
They're on their way there now.
Are you aff yer heid?
What if Stella and Hope are still there with them?
The polis aren't going to do anything to them,
-it's Stevie they want.
-But Stella could still get into trouble.
And even if she doesn't, she'd never forgive me.
She'll think I'm the one that sent Stevie to jail.
I thought you would want this. Who are you phoning?
I'm warning Stella because if I wasn't in danger of losing
her before, then I will be noo.
I swear to God, Kelly-Marie,
if you don't phone him soon, I'm going to do it for you.
All right, I'm building up to it.
I just don't want him to think that
I'm using the baby to start things up again.
Take the plunge, you're going to have to do it eventually.
AJ, what can I get you?
Don't suppose you've got some kind of magical elixir that can
-fix my life, do you?
-If things are that bad,
then might I suggests a doctor?
I've got one of those. Didn't do me any good.
-Romantic evening not go to plan, then?
So, what's your poison?
Make it a cherry cider.
(Oh, dear, things must be bad.)
KNOCKING It's the police.
Stevie Burns, we know you're in there.
Open this door now, please.
Gabriel, it's me. Look, I know you're probably busy,
but if you're still around, I'd really like to see you.
I just want to let you know that I still care about you
and that I'm sorry.
And I understand if you're still angry or it's too late,
but I'm just hoping this doesn't have to be the end.
Anyway, you know where I am if you want
to talk to me. OK, bye.
See? Now, was that too difficult?
-Whit do you think you're playing at?
-Stella, I can explain.
No, I don't want to hear it. Thanks very much for the warning, Bob(!)
It was a wee bit late when you'd already set the polis on us!
-It wasnae me!
-Well, who else knew I was here, then?
-That settles it. Stevie's staying here the noo.
He's got nowhere else to go!
And there's no way I'm letting him get arrested before
he gets on that ferry.
I'm amazed you managed to get a reservation.
It's all about who you know, isn't it?
Plus, it doesn't hurt to turn on the charm
with the girl taking the bookings.
-Sorry, am I interrupting?
-When are you not?
You know, you do have your own room where your strays can get changed.
Oh, someone's been sharpening their claws.
Always happy to entertain my brother's latest conquest.
Have you no' got somewhere else you can go and be bitchy and leave us in peace?
Sure, I'd hate to spoil the mood for the happy couple.
By the way, how is your husband bearing up, Annie?
Oh, well. So much for taking my mind off things at home.
Let's just head out, it'll be fun, I promise.
One, two, three.
You know, I was only meant to be stopping in for a pint.
And there was me, I had you down as one of the good guys.
Maybe she'll join you. Excuse me, madam. You ever done shots before?
Certainly not! Perhaps the occasional creme de menthe.
There you go, a cheeky wee green one and she's anybody's.
-Hey, I'll remember this.
-My public awaits.
Besides, I don't think you'll remember anything, sunshine.
AS ELVIS: Thank you very much.
Oh, great, now I really do need a drink.
I think we can safely say that that isn't true.
-Have you got some kind of problem with me?
No, we are Kool & The Gang.
Except I was thinking about that...
-that wee stunt that you pulled last week.
That one that was all to your advantage.
See, something tells me that things didn't need to go down that way.
I think you're imagining it, AJ. There's a word for that.
I know, perceptive.
-You see, I can see right through you. Clear as day.
Mm-hmm. You're a stirrer.
You get off on meddling with other people's lives.
I'm sorry, did you say lives or wives?
Cos I think you must be thinking of my brother.
Hey, I was talking to you.
Is that what that irritating whining noise was?
Actually, I think I'll leave it.
I'm going to go someplace where the clientele are a bit less well oiled.
Aye, well, don't forget your broomstick.
-Oh, my God, it's the polis.
This isnae happening. Are yous happy noo?
-What am I gonnae dae?
-Just stay here the noo.
You shouldn't have brought him back here.
I didn't have any choice, Bob, did I?
I don't know, I'll go and speak to them and try and stall them,
just say the wean's sleeping or something.
They cannae come in here without a warrant, can they?
Stella, he needs to get out of here.
Will you just be quiet while I deal with this, please?
Getting out of dodge? Probably a wise move.
What are you talking about?
-Your husband, I think he's about to kick off in there.
Either that or spontaneously combust,
-with the fumes coming off him.
-Well, there go our dinner plans.
Just leave it. What's the point?
I'd better go in and check on him,
make sure he doesn't do anything stupid. Just wait there, OK?
This free now?
Well, that was about midday but, no, we've been in the house since.
I need to get out there. She shouldn't be dealing with this on her own.
You're going nowhere. Do you think I'm going to let you go out there and get me arrested?
Look, I told you it wasnae me that phoned them, all right?
Aye, right(!) You're choking to see me in the jail.
Too right I am. And I'd throw the key away myself
but it doesnae mean I done it.
He's telling the truth.
Bob never phoned anybody, it was me.
-What, you expect me to just forget what happened with Zinnie?
I don't owe you anything, pal.
Whatever happens next, you've got it coming.
-Calm doon, will you?
Are you forgetting who's staundin' outside?
-No, I've no', thanks to him.
-I'd do it again in a flash.
Look, gonnae stop thinking about yourself for one minute?
If the coppers know you're in here, what does that mean for Stella?
-What does it mean for Hope?
-Hope's my concern, she's my daughter.
Aye, well, get your priorities straight, then.
Because the way I see it,
you're just thinking about yourself as usual.
I wasn't thinking about myself this afternoon
when I was in bed with Stella.
What did you say?
-Stop it! Shush!
We're getting a bit of redecorating done,
just moving a bit of furniture about and that.
Well, well. Look at you. Something special planned?
How much have you had?
Not enough to forget what you've done to me, Annie.
-And is that where you're going?
Because from the look of you, you've got something else on your mind.
Look, everyone, look at my lovely wife.
All tarted up for a night out with her boyfriend.
AJ, pipe doon.
I'm sorry, Robbie.
I just think that people ought to know what the good doctor
here is really like. She's the sort of woman who...
..messes around with the local love rat.
The sort of woman who lets her husband find out that she's
been having an affair...
on their wedding anniversary.
Are you seriously going to make me ask you to leave?
AJ, please, please, do not do this here.
Oh! There he is. The man himself. Come away in. Complete the triangle.
We're just getting started.
So, are you going to do it, Annie?
Are you going to tell everyone here how you've been screwing
Alex behind my back?
I think you've said enough.
Time to shut your mouth before somebody shuts it for you.
-Go on, AJ.
Go on, son, blooter him!
You get that one for free but don't forget who rents you your business.
Why should that be any different?
You've taken everything else that belongs to me.
Did you have to do this here?
Go on, leave him.
Let him wallow on his own.
-I don't want to hear it. What a two-faced cow.
After listening to me pour my heart out to you.
I would never betray a confidence.
Aye, well, you've betrayed me.
What the hell do yous think you're doing?
There was a wee bit of a disagreement.
Right, and you don't think I've got enough to deal with without
yous knocking lumps out of each other?
-Bob started it.
-I don't care, Stevie.
I'm not some sort of trophy for yous to fight over.
-I'm not going to do anything. Annie!
-You've got to be kidding me.
-Look, just go on ahead, I'll catch up.
What do you want?
-You don't think you've humiliated me enough?
I've got a reputation to keep and a career that depends on it.
Maybe you should have thought of that before you fell into bed
with a cheap gangster.
..I'm just trying to understand. Why did you do it, Annie?
Why do you keep going back to him?
Do you want to know, AJ? Do you really want me to say it?
-Yes, tell me!
-Because he's not you!
Because he's a man, AJ.
Not some silly man-child who wanders around feeling sorry for himself
and putting on displays like that one in there.
Because he makes me feel...
..alive again. He makes me feel wanted and passionate and...
..because he makes me feel...
all the things that I haven't felt from you in the past 20 years.
And I'm sorry...but it's over.
And you need to get that into your head.
I'll come round to the flat later and pick up the rest of my things.
-You all right, Kelly?
-Do you know what, Ma? I'm fine.
-The two of them are welcome to each other.
don't you want to talk about it?
I'm done talking about it, worrying what other folk think.
I mean, if she's insane enough to want to be with Alex,
then that's her bad luck.
Aye, well, you're right enough there.
But that man does affect me.
Do you know, if it wasn't for him, maybe me and Gabriel would...
-We would still have a shot.
-You and Gabriel? You still want that?
I thought I did.
Except I'm pretty sure I'm too late.
-It's never too late.
-No, it feels like it.
Something happen, Kelly?
-I saw him this morning and he blanked me.
-And you didn't tell him?
-No, I didn't tell him.
He's going to find out eventually.
I didn't want to just spring it on him.
Make him think I was trapping him into something.
Well, you never know how he's going to take it. He may be over the moon.
-Do you reckon?
Gabriel was the one guy that was decent to me
and all I did was hurt him.
Do you know, I'd be amazed if he ever wanted to talk to me again.
Look, if you're coming in here to start on about Stevie,
-then don't bother.
There's something else we need to talk about.
Is it true, Stella?
Is it true that you slept with him the day?
At the hotel.
Stevie says you did.
I should have kept my mouth shut. I wasnae thinking.
It wasnae planned.
I knew it.
I knew I shouldnae have let you go there with him the day!
Give it a rest, will you?
She can decide for herself who she wants to be with!
-Shut it, you!
-I'm really sorry, Bob.
All it was was me and Stevie trying to say goodbye to each other.
Goodbye? And a firm handshake wouldnae have done, no?
It just happened, OK? But I want to stay here with you.
You seriously mean that?
You want to stay here with him?
Hope belongs here, Stevie, OK? Can you no' see that after today?
Life with you means waiting for the next time the police
will come knocking and she deserves some stability.
I've heard enough.
Oh, what are you doing?
I can still take the ferry, even if you're not going to come with me.
Maybe one day I can come back and see her.
I'll come back for you, I promise.
I love you.
-I'm not here to talk. We've just come to get my stuff.
What are you still doing here?
There's still time to catch him.
-I've already told you, I want to stay here with you.
No' deep down.
I know now...
..why you're with me.
-Because I care about you.
and because you're trying to do right by Hope.
Give her some security.
But that's not enough, Stella.
What do you mean?
You don't love me.
Aye, I do.
But it's no' the same as with Stevie.
-I've always known it.
-What are you saying?
You want the best for Hope, I understand that.
But right now, the best thing for her is to have a mum who's happy.
And I cannae give you that.
-Aye, you can!
-No, Stella, I cannae.
Aye, sure, you'd have an all right life here.
It'd be stable and safe.
But that's no' real happiness, is it?
You need to be with somebody you really love.
Otherwise, what's the point?
What about you?
Don't worry about me.
We had a good run at it while it lasted, didn't we?
But if you don't take this chance and go with Stevie the now, then...
you're going to regret it for the rest of your life.
Look, just promise me you'll look after her.
Hope deserves everything this world has got to give her.
You'll tell her about me, won't you?
Tell her about her Uncle Bob.
I'm gonnae miss you.
Just remember who used to always sing you to sleep, all right?
-It's all right, Stella,
you don't need to say anything else. Just go or it will be too late.
So, that's it, then? Hm?
And are you going to tell Harry why this is happening or am I?
Don't you dare. Don't you dare put Harry in the middle of this.
Come on, let's go.
I'll see you around, will I?
Right, you ready for this?
Well, I've nae choice.
I just never thought I'd be doing this on my own.
I know, pal.
Right, come on. Have you got everything?
Tickets, money, passport?
My passport. I must have left it at the flat.
Just keep your head down, all right?
-There's police everywhere.
-Aye, I know.
Well, I cannae go anywhere without it, can I?
Meet me at the back courts in five minutes, right?
We're looking for a Scarlett Mullen.
Do I look like a Scarlett?
What's this about?
A matter relating to one Patrick Adams.
-All units, please be aware,
possible known fugitive in the Shieldinch area.
Suspect has a...
Have you changed your mind?
Couldnae let you go without me.
Police, don't move!
Stevie, go, run!
-Get in the car, come on!
-Stevie, go! What are you doing?!
What am I meant to do? I've naewhere to go!
What am I meant to do?
Listen, I'm detaining you under section 14
of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act 1995.
I believe you have committed an offence punishable by imprisonment,
namely culpable homicide. Do you understand?
Do you understand?
Yous be careful, you're hurting him!
Look, just give us a minute, will you?
Give the guy a break, will you? This is the mother of his child.
Screwed up again, didn't I?
No, you didnae. You tried.
Listen, I've got something for you.
It was meant to be a surprise once we got ower there.
It's in my pocket.
-Just open it, will you? Have a look.
Slightly better than the jelly one I got you last time, eh?
Yeah, it's beautiful.
I just wish I'd got to hear you say yes.
Yeah, well, you already did, Stevie, OK?
Four months ago. That hasnae changed.
Do me a favour and look after her for me, will you?
And please tell her the good stuff,
cos I don't want her to think of me like this.
# I don't have plans and schemes
# And I don't have hopes and dreams
# I don't have anything
# Since I don't have you
# I don't have fond desires... #
So, have you told Gabriel yet?
And I'm no' gonnae.
-The police are looking for Patrick.
He's been involved in a break-in.
What's happening to this family, Jimmy?
I need to get out of here, Gabriel.
I'll find out where they're holding him and just go to him.
I cannae stay here any more.
If that's what you want.
Yeah, well, there's nothing left for me.
And anyway, it isnae fair on Bob, is it?
What, you mean for good?
Well, if that's what you want, but...
you don't have to do this.
Aye, I do.
Well, I'm sorry, pal.
I'm sorry things turned out like this.
Right, come on. Let's get out of here before I change my mind.
# You-ou-ou. #
One tiny slip-up could kill me. I could be sent home.
Do you no' think that's a wee bit of an overreaction?
You could go to court, maybe even have a jail sentence.
Wouldn't want to be tapping into your savings.
Pay me back when you're done with the studio.
I knew as soon as I saw you something like this would happen.
Here's your stuff.
They found you lying unconscious on the street.
Has this got something to do with what happened to you?
Does the guy stay here?
Do you want to know where I broke into? The care home.
You've got nae idea what it's like for me.
Anderson's still working with weans.