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What were you thinking? Excuse me?
Not calling me. We'll be fine. Course we will.
You've got to do something about this Patrick. Speak to somebody.
My name's Patrick. I was in care, and I was abused.
If the Home Office get one hint that this isn't a real relationship we could be looking at jail time.
I still want her to pass the interview. She's actually all right.
Not as young and free as we thought. Smitten.
If I've been overbearing, I'm sorry - it's only because I really want this to work.
Your first pet was a dog called Toto, and I don't blame him for running away.
Come on, please?
Nobody needs to know. I won't tell anyone.
It can be our wee secret.
What are you afraid of? You might even like it.
I'd rather spend an evening with Donald Trump.
What have you got against karaoke?
I hate it.
You don't know what you're missing.
Singing's good for you. It releases endorphins. Makes you happy.
So does exercise but we're not shipping in a treadmill.
This is not a karaoke bar. You're sending it back.
No, I'm not. Yes, you are. No, I'm not. Angus...
MUSIC: Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi
# Tommy used to work on the docks
# Union's been on strike He's down on his luck
# It's tough, so tough
# Gina works the diner all day
# Working for her man, she brings home her pay for love
# For love
# She says we've gotta hold on to what we've got
# It doesn't make a difference if we make it or not
# We've got each other and that's a lot
# For love, we'll give it a shot
# Whoa, we're halfway there
# Whoa, livin' on a prayer
# Take my hand and we'll make it, I swear
# Whoa, livin' on a prayer. #
I've got some bad news.
Here, I promised Madonna I'd ask her cool Uncle Patrick if you would pick her up from school today.
What? Can you pick up Madonna from school? Eh... I don't know if I'll be able to.
I've got a few clients today.
Well, I suppose I could... I'll ask Molly if she can do it.
Listen, see before you go, Patrick, I just, eh...
I had a wee word with Dr Jandhu.
About what? Well, about... about your situation.
What did you tell her for?
I thought she might be able to give you something.
I didn't want anybody else to know!
I thought she might be able to help. Help how?
It's not like there's a pill that can make me feel better.
She cannae help. Neither can anybody else.
Who is it, Patrick?
Hello, Mrs Mullen. Hi.
I'm sorry it's not a happier tale.
Thanks for taking a look.
Sure, I'll leave you to it.
This is a disaster.
If AJ's projections are right, we're going to go bust by Thanksgiving.
When did you give him the accounts? Last week.
He offered, and I figured it couldn't hurt,
given his banking background.
It's early days. Well get there.
It takes time to build up a business.
We don't have time. We're running out of cash.
This is you all over.
You just sit back and wait for things to happen.
You're so passive.
How is this my fault all of a sudden?
I'm not saying it's your fault. I am saying we need to do something about it. We've got to think bigger.
I've been scribbling down some ideas...
..bands and artists I think we should try and target.
People with a bit more of a following.
The Specials, Jack Garrett, Deacon Blue...
It's a bit ambitious... What's wrong with ambitious?
If we want to be successful we've got to go out and grab it with both hands.
These bands are all playing in Glasgow in the next few months.
We've got to figure out how to entice them here to do smaller,
intimate gigs while they're in town.
Go big or go home, right?
I heard Elvis is playing the Hydro in November. You should try him.
If you're going to make fun of me you can go back to your karaoke machine.
I can do this by myself.
I'm not making fun of you. I think it's a great idea.
I agree that we have to think bigger,
but to start off we should probably be thinking...
Artists we've actually got a chance of attracting,
then we can build up to the Mighty Biebes.
Is there anybody on here that doesn't come with an entourage?
There's a singer songwriter called Vader.
He's pretty cool, great voice. Big following.
I've tried e-mailing and calling his label but no-one's biting.
He's from here so I figured, you know, he might be interested.
He's from Glasgow? From Shieldinch.
Who needs a record label?
Somebody like Vader could really help raise our profile,
establish us as a serious music venue.
I don't know, man. I haven't spoken to him for years.
Please, mate. I really need your help. Cassie thinks I'm useless.
So this is to impress Cassie?
Well, aye, a wee bit.
I just need to prove I'm not a total waste of space.
I'm sorry, I've got bigger things to worry about the now than helping you impress a bird.
Just ask her out. I can't ask her out. I'm married.
Plus she's way out of my league.
Look, it's not just about Cassie.
The business is really struggling.
Vader could help turn that round.
You'd be doing me a solid, mate.
So, if we're going to take this to court, then we need corroboration.
Patrick's told you everything that happened. He has.
But in the absence of any physical evidence,
which is obviously long gone,
our best bet is finding someone who can support Patrick's statement.
Witnesses or other people that were abused by the same man.
Patrick, is that something that you could help us with?
He's denied it, hasn't he?
That's why you need witnesses?
I'm not lying.
Don't worry, son. Nobody thinks that. They'll still get him.
You're still going to put him away for the rest of his life, aren't you? We will do everything we can.
But it is important that you know what to expect with regards to the law.
Mr Anderson will be charged in relation to the laws
that were broken at the time of the offence.
What does that mean?
Well, when Patrick was in care, the law didn't recognise rape
as something that could happen between males.
So he can't be charged with that.
What can he be charged with?
Indecent? Are you serious? It was more than indecent assault!
I know. We will be pursuing other charges, as well -
some of which carry heavier sentences.
He could be out in a couple of years?
It wasn't just indecent assault.
Listen, Mr Anderson will be punished.
But we need your help to make the case against him.
He's not going to be punished for what he actually did, though, is he?
He's still going to get away with that.
This was all just a big waste of time.
No, the important thing is that you came forward and you reported
what he did.
Patrick, Patrick, listen about the names...
Without corroboration we won't be able to proceed any further.
What's the point?
Why would I make other people relive what
he put them through if all he's going to get is a slap on the wrists?
I am not going to allow that man to call me a liar in court.
Do you fancy getting some dinner tonight?
Brainstorming a few ideas for this place?
Sure, we'll get takeout, though, right? You're not cooking?
I was thinking maybe a restaurant.
Somewhere in town, maybe. That's too much like a date.
What's wrong with that?
Is... Is that what you want? If you were up for it.
Oh, my God, I don't believe it.
I know, it's stupid. Forget I said anything.
This is Cassie and Angus. They own the place. Guys, this is...
Hi. Nice to meet you.
All right, buddy?
What's going on?
Well, turns out these guys go way back.
So I convinced Bob to give his old pal a shout.
I was well shocked when I heard from the wee man, like.
But I couldn't resist the chance to come back to my old stomping ground. This place looks great.
You know it's about time Shieldinch had a decent music venue.
So you're in town?
Obviously. That was a stupid question.
Not for long, though. I'm heading for Germany for some gigs in a couple of days,
so if we're going to do this it'll need to be tonight.
Are you serious? Yeah.
I'm going to get in touch with my followers, you know, spread the word.
I've not played in Glasgow for a while, so hopefully they'll be up for it.
Yes. That would be amazing. Yes. OK. I'm going to go and call my guitarist,
see about getting my gear here, OK.
This is awesome. Oh, Bob. Thank you. No bother.
He's even better-looking in the flesh.
Sorry I'm late, Ma.
Those boys of yours should help out a bit more...
Save us running about like demented ferrets.
Can you still get Madonna from school? What time's Liz due back?
Well, whenever the doctors decide to discharge her.
Elly's picking her up so I can get Madonna no bother.
Right. Elly's helping out an' all?
Liz won't have it.
She says a carer would make her feel old.
She is old.
And so are you. She can't expect you to run around after her
all the time.
You're already run that charity shop on your own.
Why don't you find me a coffin to lie down in, while you're at it?
I didnae mean... I know what you meant.
The rest of the training plan's great.
It's just I can't do the pull-ups cos of my gammy shoulder.
Well, if I'd known you had an injury, I wouldn't have included it
I've had it for over a decade. I wouldn't forget to mention it.
Well, you must have.
No, I didn't. I remember telling you. You calling me a liar?
I'm just saying maybe we got our wires crossed.
Look, I'm not a liar. And you never mentioned it. It'll be updated for your next session.
What was that about?
He never told me about an injury and then suddenly it's my fault.
Maybe you misunderstood.
You calling me a liar now, as well?
Look, why don't you just go home?
Take it easy.
I'll cancel the rest of your sessions for today. Fine.
He has, like, thousands of followers.
If we can get even a fraction of them here tonight we're going to make a killing.
He's exactly the kind of artist we want to be associating
I've never seen him live. Have you?
I watched some videos online earlier.
I think he looks like he's straining am bit too hard on the bog when he sings.
That's my gear and my guitarist sorted for tonight.
Thanks again for doing this.
It's amazing for us to have an artist like you play here.
I'm just a wee guy from Glasgow.
So what's your story?
How does a beautiful American girl end up in Shieldinch?
It's a long story.
I'd like to hear it sometime.
Over a drink, maybe?
Oh, wow, I...
Yeah. Why not?
What about tonight? After the gig. I...
PHONE RINGS Sorry.
I'll have to take this. Just hold that thought.
You really going to go out with him?
Why shouldn't I?
Are you jealous?
Of him? No danger.
What does that mean? No danger?
It means no chance. Why would I ever be jealous of him?
He thinks he's God's gift.
So you won't have a problem if I go out with him?
We are just business partners, right? You're a free agent.
You knock yourself out, doll. It's none of my business.
OK, then. I'm glad we got that all figured out.
Me too. Good.
So now you can stop acting weird and help me make this night a success.
Deal? Deal. Good.
I'm just going to go make sure Vader has everything he needs.
See if you can find him some talent while you're at it.
Just keep the sizes together, hen. Don't just shove them in anywhere.
Do I get paid for this?
This is a charity shop, darling, you're doing your bit for society.
This is exploitation.
"Exploitation"?! Where did you learn that word?
Hiya. Just wanted to let you know that's Liz back. Just saw her getting out the taxi.
I thought you were picking her up.
I was, but she phoned me last night and told me not to bother. Said she'd made other plans.
She made her own way home... in her condition?
No, she's not on her own. Alasdair's with her.
Aye. He was helping her inside.
You want some water? Aye.
Can I have some water, please, mate?
Hey, we're almost sold out already.
Looks like we're going to have a full house.
Nice one. Should be a good night.
I'm going to go call about security for tonight.
VADER PLAYS GUITAR
You, eh... You all right there, mate?
Aye, aye, sound. I just...
I wanted to have a word.
It's about Cassie. Right.
See, the thing is... we've sort of...
Take this guitar, right. It's yours and you love it.
Aye. Say you were brassic, but you don't want to sell it, obviously,
cos you don't want to lose it. So you pawn it.
Right. And you're saving up to get it back,
but somebody comes in and buys it.
I'm gutted, man. Totally. So, do you see what I'm saying?
Not a scooby, mate.
The thing is, Cassie's no' really on the market.
She's... She's more of a display item. In the pawn shop?
Aye, but she belongs to the shop. She's not actually for sale.
So, who owns the shop? I do.
Nah... I thought you were the one saving up? No, no, that was you.
So who owns the guitar, then? I don't know. Look, the point is...
I think you should probably take a step back...frae Cassie.
There's something going on between yous two? It's...complicated.
No, safe, say no more. I'm sorry, I must have got my wires crossed.
I thought she was a free agent.
I'm sorry if I stepped on your toes.
I hope this doesn't change the way you feel about playing.
Of course not, mate. I cannae let the fans down.
Your mammy's got enough on her plate, hen.
Oh, I just hope your uncle Patrick's at home.
Ring the doorbell for me, darlin'.
Eh, what's going on? You need to watch the wean.
I... But... Put a film on or something. She'll need feedin'.
I'm not sure it was wise,
lying to the nurses about having people here to look after you.
Oh, I had to. I couldn't bear being in that place any longer.
No, no, my blood pressure is fine now.
Oh, and they were trying to force a carer on me!
Would that really be so bad?
I'm only temporarily incapacitated, but I'm not an invalid.
Well, there you go, then. Can I get you anything else before I leave?
Oh, are you not staying? I don't think that's wise.
Molly wouldn't be happy.
Och, what Molly doesn't know won't hurt her!
She won't be home for hours.
I thought maybe we could make a start on this lovely jigsaw you bought me.
Perhaps I could stay a little longer.
Oh, goodness. No, no, it's fine, it's fine.
Get out! Molly, please...
Sorry, Molly, I was just leaving.
No, you weren't. Sit down.
It's OK, Liz. I should be going.
No, it's not OK. You're my guest. This is my home, too.
You know where the door is.
Sneaking around behind my back now, is that it?!
I just wanted some company. Ellie would have been company.
I will NOT have that man in my flat. Do you hear?
If you're lonely, put the telly on.
Are you all set for sound check? Yep, good to go.
Listen, I'm sorry if I made you feel uncomfortable earlier.
Uncomfortable? How? When I asked you out before.
I wouldn't have done it if I'd known you were already spoken for.
Who says I'm spoken for?
Angus. We had a wee man-to-man earlier.
And he told you to back off?
Well, he gave me the impression that you...belonged to him.
And then something about a pawn shop, but I'm not exactly sure what that was about.
Anyway, sorry if I made you feel awkward.
Excuse me. Right.
Just to be clear - I don't belong to anyone.
I am not your property, or anyone else's.
And it is not your place to make decisions about my life.
Do we understand each other?
This whole jealous, possessive thing, it doesn't suit you.
This ring is a piece of costume jewellery, buddy.
It doesn't give you the right to try to control my life.
HE SIGHS I was just looking out for you.
I don't need you to look out for me.
If you have a problem with something I do,
be a man and talk to me about it.
Don't go behind my back and play games.
CHILDREN'S SHOW ON TV
Eh, actually, I'm going to go to my work for a wee bit.
But don't go anywhere, right?
I mean, who does he think he is? Seriously...
He's acting like we're really married.
Well, maybe he wishes you were.
You're the one that said it's been weird since you two kissed.
He's driving me crazy.
Why can't he just grow up and say what he wants?
Like Vader? Yes, like Vader.
He saw something he wanted and he went for it.
That's what I want in a guy. Yeah, plus he's hot.
So hot. He's, like, dirty hot.
And confident. Mm-hm. And talented. Mm-hm. And humble...
But he's just not...Angus.
So you do want to be with Angus?!
I don't know what I want!
Oh, God! When did I become this girl? I hate this girl.
I'm just going to forget about it
and just focus on making tonight a success for the club.
Yeah, ignoring it isn't going to make it go away.
Says the girl who's been avoiding her boyfriend for a week.
Eh, I've not been avoiding him.
All right, maybe I have. But he's avoiding me.
It's a mutually desirable situation.
Mm-hmm. What is going on?
It's so boring, I can't even be bothered getting in to it.
Good, cos I'm not really interested.
I forgot to get a personal trainer to cover Patrick.
I'm going to have to follow you down to the club.
Is he sick? Eh, he... He might be. I don't know.
Dude... We're not talking about me.
And, for what it's worth, I think Angus is a great guy.
You've clearly got a connection. Give him a chance! Ohh!
MUSIC: We Come Running by Youngblood Hawke
Got ye. I knew it.
What're you doing? Research.
Good to go? Yeah, let's do this.
Hello. Hello, hello, and welcome to the Pop-Up Club @ Shieldinch.
Now, make some noise for a local boy done good,
Glasgow's very own Vader!
So, Vader, this is sort of a homecoming gig for you.
You've been pretty successful since you left Glasgow.
Now...what brings you to a wee venue like this?
Well, eh, Shieldinch was my home for a long time, you know.
I couldnae resist it. And Cassie, the owner...
when she asks you to do something, it's very hard to say no.
Mm-hm. And, erm, what label is it you're signed to again?
And when can the fans expect the next album?
Well, me and the label have actually parted company.
Oh, sorry, mate. I... I didn't realise.
My drummer, Johnny, he got sick.
The record label wanted us to go on a promotional tour for the
new album, but he co-wrote it.
It's as much his album as it is mine.
I refused, and the label dropped us.
And where is Johnny tonight? Why isn't he at this gig?
Well, Angus, he's probably at home recovering from the chemo session he had this morning.
Uh, thank you, Angus. And thank you, Vader, for sharing that.
I think it's time we got this gig started, hey?
Nice try. You're pathetic, do you know that?
Hello, Glasgow! CHEERING
It's good to be home.
One, two, three, four...
# You stood outside again
# You stood outside again... #
Oh, hi. Hiya.
Just the gum, please. I've no' seen much of you lately.
Yeah, I've been pretty busy.
Aye. Patrick's really struggling.
I know. I'm no' the biggest fan of the two of yous being together,
but see if you are, you better start acting like it.
It's not that simple, Scarlett.
Oh, it's as simple as you make it.
This is hard for all of us, but that poor boy needs all the help he can get.
So you need to step up. I don't know if I can.
Well, you better figure it out quick.
You're in this, whether you want to or not, hen. We all are.
Madonna, hello. You all right?
How, what's happened?
No, right... No, darlin', don't worry. Mummy's coming.
Thank you, thank you! Now, this next song is for Cassie.
She's the brains and the beauty behind this operation.
She practically runs the place single-handed.
I want you all to help her make this place a huge success.
Thank you, everybody, for coming out tonight.
Cassie, this one's for you.
# See the stone set in your eyes
# See the thorn twist in your side
# And I wait for you
# Sleight of hand and twist of fate
# On a bed of nails She makes me wait
# And I wait
# Without you
# With or without you
# With or without... #
Erm... I'm sorry, folks.
We seem to have had some kind of technical difficulty
with the electricity. You think?
Looks like we're going to have to cut this night short.
Really sorry about this.
Sorry, I... What's going on?
Scarlett? Where have you been?
Out. Aye, I know that much.
I was out myself. A couple hours down at St Mungo's.
At the hospital? How?
Because you left my ten-year-old daughter alone,
and she burnt herself trying to make her own tea!
Oh, God, no!
Is she all right? No, she's not all right.
She's got blisters all over her fingers.
It could have been much worse. What the hell were you thinking, Patrick?
I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
What was that important that you had to leave a wee lassie on her own?
My head was minced. I'm really sorry, right?
Answer me! I had to go.
Go where? Just...
Because it was just me and her. So?!
She started to snuggle in and I freaked out.
But you've been alone with her hundreds of times.
I know, but it's different now. Everything's different!
Aw, Patrick, you really need to go
and see that counsellor they offered you.
You need to talk to somebody about this.
What's the point? It's not going to make a difference.
But you can't live your life like this.
What about when you get married yourself and you've got weans?
Are you not going to be alone with them?
Not going to give them a hug, give them a bath?
You can't let this Anderson destroy you,
and stop you living a normal life.
But I'm not normal, am I?
I'm never going to be normal.
Darling, that's not true.
You've got a family that loves you.
You've got a good job.
You've got a wee girlfriend.
Do I, aye?
Where is she, then?
You're a pathetic little runt, you know that?
What's your problem?
What kind of snidey wee tube tries to ruin his own business?
What you on about? Come on.
You and I both know that that electricity
did not go off on its own. You think I did this? You're off your head.
See if you want to ruin your own reputation, you go ahead.
Knock yourself out, but see the next time you try and ruin mine?
I'll break both your legs, you hear me?
Get out of my face. You want to come ahead? 'Mon then!
Vader. It's not worth it. Walk away.
He'll not be walking anywhere if I get my hands on him. Aye? You and whose army?
He doesn't need one, mate. Shut your face. I'm not scared frae him.
Aye, you are. And you should be. Now, wise up.
Let's just get out of here, hey?
We can go and get that drink we talked about.
Wait for me outside. I'll be two minutes. OK.
I'm going to tear you a new one, come here.
Stop! Time out! Time out!
Guys, seriously? What are youse doing?
Oh, get a room.
Bob and Angel, I need you guys to leave. He's all yours. C'mon, Vader.
Bob, get my guitar.
What is your problem? What's my problem? You're the one that's all over the "talent".
Why are you behaving like such a spoilt, jealous brat?
Why are you behaving like a groupie slut?
And to think I almost...
We need to talk.
"If the Pop-Up Club @ Shieldinch is the best Vader can do,
"this poor man's Paolo Nutini wannabe is already washed up.
"Pop-Up is an amateur operation at best,
"falling somewhere between a poorly organised student union
"and a party in your drunk mate's garage."
That's a bit harsh. No, it's not. It's the truth.
You ruined the whole thing.
And you're going to cost us a fortune in refunds.
I didn't know there was a reviewer. Well, there was.
And thanks to you, he's pretty much destroyed any credibility
we might have had.
I was totally out of line. I'll make it up to you.
I'm done, Angus.
Me and you, the Pop-Up, it's not working.
Look, I know I was an idiot, and I said some stuff I shouldn't have,
but, Cassie, it was one mistake.
Don't throw everything away because of that.
It's not just about one mistake. It's you, Angus.
Everything about you.
You're a mess.
You had this crazy idea of us working together
and I thought it was going to be fun, but it's not.
I was confused, but I'm not any more. I was jealous...
I'm going on tour with Vader.
What? He asked me this morning.
He's touring Europe over the next few months. I'm going with him.
We leave for Germany tomorrow.
But you can't. What about the club?
Reputation is everything in this business, and you made a fool of me.
I'll sign my share of the Pop-Up over to you and,
if you start making a profit, you can buy me out properly.
What about the Home Office? Your visa?
We do what we got to do to keep the Home Office sweet,
but beyond that...
I knew something was up when I saw the shop was still closed.
I'd no idea...
It's ruining his life.
I don't know what to do...
And I don't know how to help him.
I'd never have left Madonna alone with him if I'd known any of this.
When did he tell you? A few weeks ago.
You should've said. He didn't want everybody finding out.
I'm not everybody, Scarlett, I'm your mother.
Aye, with a mouth as wide as the Clyde Tunnel.
Aw, come on. Not when it comes to something like this.
I shouldn't have told you. He'll be raging at me.
He can't expect you to deal with all this on your own.
Not with everything else that's going on.
He had to deal with it, when he was a wee boy, on his own....
He wrote to me, asking me if he could come home.
I should've listened...
You listen to me, lady. Don't you go blaming yourself for this.
You didn't know what was happening.
I've blamed myself for years about what happened to your Big Boab -
it does no good.
He couldn't be with a wee ten-year-old lassie on his own.
How's he going to live a normal life, have kids of his own when...?
Because of the choices I made.
Do you blame Kelly-Marie for what happened to baby David?
Of course not! Why not?
Because she didn't know what was going to happen
when she got married to Alex.
That some psychopath was going to show up and destroy their lives.
It's not the same thing, Ma.
Scarlett, you did what you had to do at the time.
You couldn't possibly have known
what was going to happen to Patrick when you put him in care.
It's no more your fault than it is the boy's.
Why should I?
Because Cassie's gutted. She didn't deserve it.
Well, she wasn't gutted last night.
In fact, I'd say she was the opposite of gutted last night.
And this morning.
I've contacted everybody who had a ticket for last night,
and I've told them that you're playing again tonight.
Well, that was a stupid move. Not if you agree to do it.
That reviewer guy's coming back to give us another chance.
If you don't show up, it'll ruin us.
Well, you should've thought of that last night
before you started acting like the world's biggest walloper.
Aye, fair enough. Like a total daftie.
All right. Like a wean that's greeting
cos he's had his football nicked by one of the big boys.
You let yourself down big time.
Aye, I know that... You know, when I first met you,
I thought you were a bit of a bampot,
but you outdid yourself, pal.
Aye, all right, you've made your point.
You do know that Cassie is well out of your league, don't you?
You're punching above your weight, as well.
Look, are you going to do the gig or not?
What's in it for me?
Well, you took a bit of a hit in that review as well.
Like it or not, your career's going down the pan, mate.
You need this as much as I do.
I'm giving you an out.
We're only back together because...
..you feel sorry for me, after what I told you.
That's not true.
You've been avoiding me.
It's all right.
I've been keeping my distance, as well.
When we first got together, I thought I could do it,
and I wanted to, but...
I should never have got into this with you.
It's not fair.
You've had to put up with so much, and you shouldn't have to.
Not for someone like me.
I'll keep working at the gym till you find a replacement.
I just wanted to let you know
that Vader's going to play another gig tonight.
Free to everybody that had a ticket for last night.
I think it's what you Yanks call a "do-over". He told me.
Course he did.
I, uh... I should probably give you these.
My keys for the Pop-Up.
I won't be needing them in Germany.
Good luck tonight. Don't go to Germany.
It's full of...
bratwurst and sauerkraut and...
You had me at hello.
I'm just a guy, standing in front of a girl, asking her...
Please don't tell me you're about to quote Notting Hill,
cos that would just be so embarrassing for the both of us.
It's from the first beer I had after we got the club.
When we had that drink to celebrate.
I didn't have you pegged for the superstitious type.
It's kind of like a mascot.
It's a wee reminder that things are finally happening for me.
And I realised that the best thing was you.
I managed to get you booked on the same flight as me
tomorrow morning, so we are all set.
You think you could look over my set list?
I'm thinking I might make some changes,
so that the folk from last night get a different show.
Well, I'll leave you guys to it.
So I'm thinking, this one here... Uh-huh.
Any sign of Cassie?
You know you're a giant cliche right now, yeah?
Girl gets dumped.
Drowns her sorrows in a tub of mint choc chip or whatever.
It's in every chick flick ever made.
Well, I don't care. And I didn't get dumped.
Vader's gig's started. You not going?
No. I'm steering clear of that one.
Are you really going on tour with him?
What about your visa?
I'll make it work.
Plenty of couples live apart for work or whatever. So...
You know, in all the time I've known you,
you've only ever ran away from things that you're scared of.
Like falling in love.
Whoa. I told you...
I know what you told me. But actions speak louder than words.
You're willing to fly to another country with a guy you just met
to get away from Angus - now THAT is not normal behaviour.
Angus and I would never work.
It's too complicated and messy,
he's too immature and he lives life on his own little planet.
I can't... I can't be with a guy like that.
Even if he is thoughtful and sweet...
You'll never know until you give it a chance.
It's easier this way.
Easier isn't always better.
Where are you going?
..take some of my own medicine.
What you doing sitting in the dark?
What do you mean you're stuck?
My thingymyjig fell and I can't reach it.
How long have you been sitting there?
Och, I don't know. Maybe a few hours...
A few... Oh, for goodness' sake! Give me your good hand.
Be careful now.
Don't pull too hard!
What did they feed you in that hospital?
I'll need to sit down for a few minutes.
Have a wee rest.
Anything good on the telly?
Does it help?
What you said earlier...
..about how I've been avoiding you.
What you told me...
It made me feel sick.
..do that to you...
..hurt you like that...
..hurt the man that I love...
I don't know...
..if I can support you...
But I want to try.
If you'll let me?
Why would you want to be with someone like me?
That can't... give you what you need?
You were the one that said that relationships were about more than what happens in the bedroom.
So you can handle that? Not having a physical relationship?
Or if we do and I need to go away and shower after?
Honestly... I don't know.
But I want to try.
Can we take it day by day, see how it goes?
I was beginning to wonder how long you were going to be.
I thought maybe you'd gone to Scarlett's for dinner.
I wouldn't have left you on your own!
You hear about people our age.
because they fell down and couldn't get up.
Oh! That just happens to auld people who are living alone!
If I had to step over you to get to the kettle, I think I'd notice!
I'm calling the social services in the morning.
About getting a home help.
Listen, Molly, I don't want...
Listen, keep your hair on, woman. It's not just for you.
It's for me, as well.
Two years ago, my son Bob couldn't climb the close stairs
because of his weight, and I made him get help.
I struggled with the stairs...
..because I was...
I was too tired.
I'm looking after you, I'm running the charity shop on my own,
I'm helping Scarlett, and I'm minding Madonna...
I'm run ragged!
We need help.
Just till you get back on your feet.
I can't do it on my own.
They use euros in Germany, right?
Grab me one of those, will you? Sure.
Mate. You need to sort yourself out.
I'll get it, will I?
Hey. If it's Lenny come to clip you, tell him there's nobody else here.
Who is it?
Some uptight American chick.
I came to give you this back to you.
I want you to read it to me.
But you've already read it.
And now I want you to read it.
All right. Well...
You're leaving in the morning,
because I caused you strife.
Stay and be the girl I can't have,
but please don't leave my life.
This is a pure heavy beamer, man.
I don't know what that is, but you deserve it. Keep going.
I love your hair,
the way you smile,
your jokes leave me in bits.
I love the way you speak your mind,
and your awesome pair of...
You told me not to fall for you,
but it happened anyway.
You're out of my league, that much I know,
so we can just be mates.
The way I feel about you made me jealous and pure crazy.
I promise to sort my head out...
..if you promise me you'll stay.
It seemed like a really good idea at the time.
Please don't tell anybody I wrote a poem.
"Stay" doesn't rhyme with "crazy".
I know. I wrote it in a hurry.
And when I got back, I realised I could have used "insane",
but I wasn't thinking. Angus.
Trusted lieutenant, loyal friend.
Last person you'd want turning against you. Who says he has?
Are you going to deal with the last item on your list?
Maybe to a more secure location.
It's all down to that smug git and his flash unattended car.
You're worried, Lenny - I can smell it.
If Donald and his people are watching, chances are they're listening, too.
Then I've got to do it. The police aren't watching me.
Nothing like a spot of stargazing.
Alex was taking a shovel out of the boot of his car.