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LENNY: You know what Jimmy done to me? He took away my only grandson.
Mr Adams... I work for Jimmy.
SCARLETT: He's alive?!
He got in touch through a lawyer.
I don't know where he is. Find out.
I'm sick of being scared of that guy!
If we run now, then it'll never be over.
You've got to be smarter than that.
You carrying on like a thug while we're trying to develop
legitimate business interests here, I'd say that's a problem.
Get Jimmy on the phone.
We had a wee chat about the old days. Names and dates.
If the polis were to do a wee bit of digging,
it would put you away for the rest of your life.
Off out? Naw, just getting a breath of fresh air.
That your pals, is it?
I think you're going to get to know them pretty well, too.
They'll be sticking around a while.
Always nice to meet new people.
Whisky for breakfast?
You really must have troubles.
Daniel, good morning.
Well, that's very encouraging.
Yeah, and in terms of paperwork?
No, tomorrow's good.
Close of play today's even better.
I knew you'd understand.
Well, you'll be hearing from us very soon.
Tell me, then. You're dying to.
Oh, it's not that big a deal. Oh, no, wait...it is.
The old folks' home thing? The old folks' home thing.
Bravo, big brother.
It's legit, it's lucrative,
and it gives us somewhere to stash Lenny when the time comes.
And you being all respectable means you can patch things up with the nice doctor lady, too.
I think I just might do that.
Wow, you're totally hooked.
You think? Are you sure she can handle us?
Our family's a bit on the edgy side.
Not any more. Clean cut from here on in.
Ah, must be love.
I'll go and tell Dad the good news.
I've never said "hey" in my life.
He isn't there. Looks like his bed hasn't been slept in.
Sorry, I didn't realise you were in the shower.
It's OK. I'll fix the lock later.
Good. Still, could've been worse, I suppose.
Oh... I see what you mean.
Right, I have to get to work.
Oh, er, there's a tub of couscous in the fridge.
Might be nice for your lunch? Great, thanks.
Did I detect a wee moment then?
She's still here, mate. That's got to count for something.
Maybe... I don't want get your hopes up.
A woman is a riddle wrapped in an enigma.
I saw a couple of new drivers on the way in.
Business must be booming. Economic powerhouse, that's us.
No Jimmy Mullen, though, keeping things ticking over.
The word is he's not been around for a while now.
Not even a friend like that?
Hard to believe he'd just up sticks and leave.
I mean, the man has a family. Have you met his missus?
Oh, no, I've got a lot of sympathy for the woman, actually.
Husband gone, daughter gone...
Well, she'd tell you herself - gone, not forgotten.
You and Jimmy, though...
You... You go back years.
You've been through a lot together. If you say so.
Trusted lieutenant, loyal friend...
Last person you'd want turning against you.
Who says he has?
You don't even know where he is.
What I do know is he's no' in your back pocket,
otherwise, you wouldn't be here.
Two ways this pans out, as I see it.
Jimmy and I have a long conversation and then I'll be paying you a visit,
or you get to him first and I get you for that.
Either way, not good as far as you're concerned.
It's just... We've been down this road before.
It never quite works out the way you think it's going to.
You can try and come across all smug if you like. You're worried, Lenny.
You're scared. I can smell it.
Nah, I think you'll find that's my new deodorant.
Excuse me, gents, do you want a minute?
Aye, me and the detective have quite finished here.
For the time being.
More and more, I'm beginning to see the family resemblance.
What does he want?
Same as always.
Sperring's coming through on the care home deal.
We're on, but the whole thing'll fall apart if we look remotely dodgy.
Don't let that clown bother you.
I wouldn't, but you didn't come home last night,
so unless you've joined a dating website and not told anyone...
That's what I thought. Where were you?
One or two things I had to take care of. That's all.
Let me make it a wee bit clearer for you.
Thanks for doing this, Ma. Nae bother, hen.
Madonna! Gonnae hurry up? I'm coming!
She's being a right pain the now.
Oh, well, she's missing her daddy, hen.
No' for a couple of weeks now. Oh.
He'll turn up.
Aye, course he will. I'm no' running that shop mysel'!
I don't need walking to school. I'm not a toddler.
Don't you be cheeky to your granny!
I was talking to you.
Enough of that, madam. Now go and get your bag and we'll go.
She's a good wee lassie, really, Scarlett.
Aye, she is. She'll settle down when Jimmy gets back.
Erm... He is... What?
He is coming back? Oh, aye, definitely.
You know, I think this could be an absolute godsend.
Nothing like a spot of stargazing to stop you from going stir crazy.
SHE CHUCKLES It's very thoughtful of you.
And tonight is forecast to be quite cloud free,
so you ought to get an excellent view of Orion's Belt. Ooh!
I never miss Brian Cox on the television,
so I'm quite up to speed on the heavens.
Is that the boy with the floppy hair? The very same.
Oh, he is marvellous!
Not that I get much chance to watch him,
not with Molly in charge of the remote control. Quite, quite.
Oh, listen, don't worry, don't worry, she won't be home for ages.
I know. And, anyway, I could see her coming, couldn't I?
No, that's not quite what I had in mind, but I suppose...
Oh, my word! It's clear as day.
It's an excellent bit of kit, all right.
I was observing the International Space Station last Wednesday...
Oh-ho-ho, those two...
Up to no good, I'll be bound!
Which two? Murdoch and son.
Would you mind no' looking so shellshocked
in front of the local constabulary?
Forgive me. It's a lot to take in.
Are they here long-term? Looks like.
How are you going to deal with the last...item on your list?
Same as I dealt with the rest of them.
Move them to a more secure location.
And where's the... where's the current location?
About 50 feet from where we're standing.
Down the wee pend.
Don't stare at it. What do you want to do, draw them a map or something?
Sorry. How are you going to be able to transfer anything with the police watching?
I'll think of something. Are you boys having fun?
Yeah, just about to go and get some breakfast, darlin', if you fancy?
Aww, family outing, is it? Fancy joining us?
I'll get you a couple of boiled eggs and wee soldiers?
I'm fussy about who I socialise with. Suit yourself.
I will. But don't feel abandoned - the officers will never be far away.
They're going to watch us eat?
They're going to watch you everything.
That sounds like a brilliant use of your resources.
I think most people would be happy of the increased police presence in the area.
Morning, Mrs Mullen.
Aye, well, she certainly looks thrilled to see you.
I'm making a biryani tonight.
That sounds good.
Chicken or veggie?
I don't know - veggie.
Cool. Although Pete might faint at the sight of a mangetout.
Don't let me bother you or anything.
We don't have time for Ross and Rachel this morning.
Three coffees, three bacon rolls to go.
I'll try and call you later.
Don't worry, we're both busy people.
It's a splash of milk for you, right? Mm-hm.
If you're going to spit in his, make sure you get the right cup.
I wouldn't be so petty.
Not when I could undercook the bacon and give you food poisoning.
We done or what? Aye, Lenny, ready in no time at all.
Well, that's me away to earn my crust, doll.
You're still holding my hand. Aw, so I am.
LAUGHING: Quit it!
We're incredibly annoying, aren't we? I wouldn't say incredibly.
Nothing wrong with being young and in love. No, there isn't.
Hi, hon. All right?
"Hon"? So are you guys still an item, then?
What do you mean by that?
Yeah, it was his smooth talking that won me over. Obviously.
We should all go out together some time.
I'd be up for that. What?
That's what people do, isn't it?
Yeah. Yeah, I guess it is. You're on.
There's a new DJ playing at Pop Up this week.
Walk me to work? Yeah.
We can easily wriggle out of that one.
I don't want to. I think it'll be fun.
Put the radio on, will you? Want to hear the weather.
POP MUSIC PLAYS ON RADIO
Donald and his people are watching, chances are they're listening too.
Why is he sniffing round? Isn't he always?
Yeah, but you don't usually care. Better safe than sorry, though, eh?
You know. Yeah, and I wish I didn't.
Oh, so you'll tell him, but you won't tell me.
It's not like he got a bigger birthday present.
So now I'm acting like a child? Yes, actually.
Amber, you're still walking a tightrope.
We can't have you near anything remotely tricky.
This is obviously more than remotely.
All the more reason to stay away.
You look after the taxis for me.
You keep on top of Sperring. Act normal.
Oh, yeah, because this is all completely normal.
Ach, I've seen it all now!
No, you haven't. Not till you look through this thing.
It's a fascinating anthropological experience.
Is that just fancy talk for being a nosy auld biddy?
All human life is here.
I saw Angus and young Cassie in the first flush of romance.
Oh, and Detective Inspector Donald swanning around the neighbourhood.
I know when to mind my own business.
Oh! Since when?!
Can I tell you something, Liz? Honestly?
I am tired.
I don't need more drama in my life.
I just want my family to be all right.
Oh, of course, Molly.
You didn't say anything wrong.
Let me make you a cup of tea.
Do you think you can manage?
Oh, no! Ohh...
I'll do it.
You stay at your post.
Hello, again. Hi.
Are you not even going to look at me today?
Sorry. I'm just... There's a lot of stuff going on right now.
Well, I'm pretty snowed under, too.
Just off to look at a flat.
Might not be quite as many awkward moments like this if I take it.
No, I guess not. Makes a lot of sense, actually.
I didn't ask for your approval. No, I know.
I'll leave you to it.
Could you not give me a minute?
If she loves you, she'll understand(!)
What do you want, Amber?
I've been sitting in the cab office all day, totally clueless.
Sometimes ignorance is bliss.
I'll not be needing a receipt.
I just wanted to get the place swept.
Clean? Clean. Then we can talk.
I have to go out for a wee bit first.
I don't think that's a good idea.
You know, that sounds very much like you telling me what to do.
Do what you want, but Donald's guys are still outside,
and he's not going to let up.
I've been outwitting guys like him since before you were born.
Can you not delegate? Some things you cannae throw money at, son.
Someone you can trust. What, like Jimmy, you mean?
Is Jimmy involved in all this? Forget I said anything, will you?
Oh, so I'll just think about shopping and boys(?)
Amber, will you gie us peace?!
It's got to be done.
Bit of a ticking bomb, otherwise.
Then I've got to do it. You? Do what?
It's the only thing that makes sense.
You don't have the stomach for this.
The police aren't watching me. Not as closely, anyway.
Gie us a wee minute, will you, darlin'?
You are joking. No.
It's a bit late to wrap her up in cotton wool.
If you go down, where do you think that leaves us?
We're all in this together.
Pete, can you make yourself a bit scarce for tonight?
I thought we were watching that wildebeest documentary.
I want to try and talk to Annie.
Good look with that, mate.
Evening, Doc! Pete!
I was just thinking I don't see enough of you(!)
Pub's looking more appealing by the minute.
What are you after, Annie?
Any sandwiches left?
Aww, you'll spoil your biryani.
What? Oh, no, sorry, I've got to be somewhere else.
Oh, come on, you need to eat properly.
God, AJ, don't tell me what I need!
I've got to go and look at a flat.
Sorry, I shouldn't snap.
You're being very... reasonable, letting me stay.
Least I can be is polite.
We've been together too long to worry about that.
I mean...known each other. Not...together.
Obviously, I realise that, um...
Sandwich, you said? Yes. Right, I'll see what I can find.
Not a good idea.
You know what you're letting yourself in for?
I mean, I get it - you've not lived an exactly sheltered life.
No, I haven't.
But I can't get the life I want
until I put all this gangster crap behind me.
Yeah, well, that's easier said than done.
Is there going to come a time...
A night like this when...
..when it's not a stranger?
Your mother, you mean?
That'll not be an issue.
Where she is, a spade would be no good to you.
The whole "man in black" thing got to me.
This isnae funny, sweetheart.
No, I know, Dad. Sorry.
I'll take Starsky and Hutch out the picture.
Take them a wee drive, make it look dodgy.
They won't even blink twice, never mind come back here.
I'll keep them out till dawn. That gives you plenty of time.
Amber, I want you to go into the club, darlin' -
act like it's a normal night.
So all I get to do is keep up appearances?
Do you really want to swap? You think I couldn't?
Could you just please do what you're telt for once?
After you've done the necessary,
you go to the drop-off point,
you make sure you switch off your sat nav.
I'm not stupid. No, but you'll be nervous,
and nervous people make mistakes.
Is it dark already?
Has it gone dark?
No, no, not completely.
Well, I'm nae Patrick Moore,
but does that not make seeing stars just a wee bit tricky?
Look, I'm just getting used to the equipment
so that I'm ready later on.
You're just nosing through other folk's windows.
I'm doing nothing of the sort!
The telescope is pointed only at public areas.
Aye, for now.
Look, why don't you watch some of your beloved reality TV?
I'll stay with actual reality.
What's the highlight?
Caitlin McLean walking back from buying her scratchcards? Aha!
Here's our old friend Mr Murdoch again.
Alone, this time.
What's he doing?
What's he doing, woman?! Spit it out!
Well, judging by his expression...
..I'd say he was up to no good.
Stop the presses, hold back the front page.
I picked up a recipe book in the charity shop,
so I'm going to be trying a few new things.
Wee bit of variety, you know.
I thought we could try a culinary adventure every Wednesday.
I'm sure it'll all be delicious.
Stick with me, kid.
Anything you want to watch, or...?
I thought I might nip out for a beer, if you fancy?
No. But you should go.
Yeah, I think I might.
Let me just get that tray for... No, it's fine.
You look scared. Don't start.
That wasn't any kind of criticism.
You'd be crazy not to be scared.
Maybe I was mad to insist in the first place.
Seriously, can you go through with this?
What's the alternative?
Let our father down?
We can't have that, can we?
We have very weird ways of seeking validation.
Let me help.
Keep a lookout while you're... you know, busy.
Lenny would go off his head.
It's going to be over, one way or another, before he even gets back.
Alex, you need someone...
and I'm all you've got.
Can we go for a drink first?
Calm the nerves.
The old man said not to.
Maybe just one.
Two vodka tonics.
Couldn't imagine another pint after that biryani.
Magnificent though it was.
Aye, I'm a dab hand.
Sorry your evening didn't turn out as well as you hoped, buddy.
Well, if it did,
I would've missed out on all this, wouldn't I?
Bob's on the voddy, as well.
Aye. It was that pie, man.
My ma likes to see me eat.
Can we, er, stop talking about food, eh?
You are all red blooded men -
should it not be all fitba' and wummin?
I had a trial for Thistle once.
Metatarsal did for me.
Was he a foreign player, aye?
What about you, AJ?
Did you ever play, or were you more into your cricket?
Aye, because that would conform to a racial stereotype?
No, I didn't mean that...
Chill. I was a wicketkeeper.
Same again, Robbie.
Not for me. I'm away hame.
Little woman cracking the whip, eh?
Nae offence, guys, yous are all great company and that,
but...have you seen my missus?
Just what I thought.
Nothing, you just...look like a couple of backing singers.
For a really cool band, obviously.
Definitely. The '80s was my era.
What yous having?
Wow, you're even harmonising.
SHE SNORTS Oh!
Time for bed, dear.
See, if I ran a boozer,
I'd have a free jukebox with nothing on it after 1979.
What an old fart! '84 is plenty late enough.
I was about five.
Ah, you wouldn't be allowed in my boozer.
You'd want a bouncy castle or something.
I've got a good one.
See if you could have a pint with anyone in history, who would it be?
The King, no question.
What would you call him, The Rock? Dwayne?
Nah, I can do without the aggravation.
Aye, maybe you're right.
Thrilling evening, eh? Oh, I don't know,
Bob's had a short-lived friendship with a Hollywood superstar,
so, y'know, anything's possible.
Now, do you think?
We can't just sit here in silence with empty glasses -
it looks weird.
So make conversation.
Do you think it'll smell?
Right, OK, one for the ditch.
AJ: Armstrong would be amazing.
Imagine - a bevvy with the first man on the moon.
Aye, but apart from that, he's got nothing.
Apart from that?
Aye, after your "one small step"? He's got no patter.
Aye, he's got you there.
What in heaven's name...?
God's sake. Oh!
Molly, you frightened the life out of me!
That's cos you've got a guilty conscience for spying on folk.
Amber and Alex.
And he was taking a shovel out of the boot of his car.
See for yourself if you don't believe me.
On you go.
They're all in their beds, and that's where I'm going!
They were there a minute ago.
There's skulduggery afoot.
Well, there's no coffin or anything, is there?
I doubt it.
Check the road before I start again.
CASH MACHINE BEEPS
Wee man, get a move on, will you?
Cheers, Robbie. No bother.
A lock-in and gambling - proper den of iniquity we're running now.
The wee souls, it's probably the highlight of their week.
I'll look forward to you explaining that to a magistrate.
You'd have been rubbish during Prohibition.
Right, Pedro, same again?
Aye. You gents going to sit in?
Poker? I cannae deal with anything more complicated than snap.
I'll go a few hands, aye.
Kool The Gang.
Gents, we've a full complement - Texas Hold'em.
I don't think I've ever played that.
Oh, you'll soon get the hang of it.
We'll coach Bob through this, boys.
I just need a second.
Get your breath back, we can't lose any time.
The sides'll fall in.
I know what I'm doing.
I think I hit something.
'You've reached the voicemail of Alex Murdoch.
'Please leave a message.'
It's late. It's middle of the night late.
I'm in my husband's flat.
But you knew that.
And you haven't called...
..you haven't been to see me.
I guess you're just a busy guy.
Beginner's luck, I suppose you'd call that, guys.
Or maybe hustling?
We'll win it back. The night is young.
No, it isn't.
Right, guys. Closing time.
Couple of hands back at your place?
I don't want to wake Annie.
What about yours, Cool Hand Luke?
My problem is Angus and Cassie won't need waking.
Why do you think I'm out so late?
You might be taking home some winnings, Bob,
but this is a table full of losers.
Right, gents, drink up.
Bum note to end the night on, though, eh?
Quitting it after a big pot's been won.
We agreed to keep this friendly, remember?
Like the great man said,
"You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em."
# Know when to walk away, know when to run
# Don't ever count your money
# When you're sittin' at the table
# There'll be time enough for countin'
# When the dealing's done
# You gotta know when to hold 'em
# Know when to fold 'em
# Know when to walk away
# Know when to run
HIGH-PITCHED: # You gotta... # That's too high. # Count your money
# When you're sittin' at the table
# There'll be time enough for countin'
# When the dealing's done. #
Cheers for the money, troops.
Check there's no rings or wallets in there or whatever.
I think I'm going to be sick.
You really can't leave that much DNA behind.
Breathe. SHE EXHALES
All right? OK. OK, I'm good.
Who is it?
I don't know. Sounds like Kenny Rogers.
# Know when to hold 'em
# Know when to fold 'em... #
You know what we should do one night?
What should we do?
Well, one night, we should go to the casino.
You know, suited and booted.
Cash on the hip.
Aye, aye, I'm in.
A couple of high rollers like us, we'd impress the ladies.
They'd be all over us, like a rash.
No question about it.
She really did a number on you, eh, your missus?
No. What?! No.
No, I mean, she's sleeping in my spare room.
I don't know what to think.
You know one thing.
It's all down to that smug git with his smart suit and his flash car.
His flash UNATTENDED car.
You owe him one.
No, no, I can't.
Oh, no, I think you can.
Well, it is his pride and joy, isn't it?
Not for long.
No, it's OK.
What time is it?
Is this you just getting in?
Yes, I am. Where've you been?
Sorry, I've got no right to ask that question.
Don't worry about it.
Let's just say I had exactly the sort of night I needed.
See, you needed to chill as well.
Don't mind me, just getting a wee glass of water.
On you go, Pedro, on you go.
PETE WHISTLES Night.
Wait, Alex, you've got a flat.
In fact, you've got two.
Make that four.
Slashed. All of them.
Did they see us? Is this some kind of weird message?
I don't know.
But what are we going to do? I could risk driving it.
You'll get pulled over by the first traffic cop you pass.
It'll be light soon. There'll be people around soon.
We can't just leave it here. We've got to.
What, are you just going to be leaning against it when Dad
brings back the stakeout guys?
If it's on its own, it's just a car.
If we're left hovering, it'll look suspicious.
I can't believe we did that to the guy's car.
Aye, well, wish I'd done his windscreen as well.
Get you, Glasgow hard man.
What's up, doc?
Scrambled eggs? There's plenty.
Oh, no thanks, I'm just going to grab a banana, I'm off to the gym.
You're remarkably chipper,
considering what time you got in at last night.
It'll probably hit me like a ton of bricks later, but I feel great.
I feel rough as a...
You finished in the bathroom, Annie?
If you're looking for your sudoku, you left it in there.
Nice one, thanks.
Got lots of endearing wee habits, your pal.
I'll kick him out.
What? Just say the word and he's gone.
I mean, if it means you'll be happier here.
AJ, stop it, OK? Just stop it.
Anyone got a pen?
Is Alex back?
Yes. How did it go? Have you talked to him?
No need. I was there.
Sorry? Quite the experience.
I told you I didn't want her involved. It's done now.
We've got other things to worry about.
She shouldn't have been there. It wasn't his fault.
You brought me up stubborn.
All right. Spill.
You said we had other things to worry about?
Somebody slashed all my tyres.
Don't tell me...
He's still in the boot.
I've rung a breakdown company.
What, are you daft? You want to give me a breakdown.
Ring them back, cancel. Why?
Cos I don't want somebody I don't know jacking up that car.
Needs to be somebody that'll do what they're told.
DOOR OPENS AND SHUTS
Give me one good reason why I'd take on a job for you?
I'll give you a couple of hundred of good reasons,
over and above parts and labour.
Somebody in a hurry?
The man wants his motor - what can I say?
How come he can't ask me himself? Why's he sent his daddy?
Because he knows me and you, we have an understanding, wee man.
Deal. And you'll need to push it up to the garage yourself.
Bit of car trouble, eh?
Perceptive, your doctor friend.
Now is not a good time.
Yeah, I know how much that car means to you.
Seriously, Annie, I can't talk, OK?
I'm sorry to disturb you.
I won't make that mistake again.
Relationships. A personal life.
We've got no chance, have we?
Come on, then. Get pushing.
We nearly good to go?
Another couple of minutes.
From Cassie. I left a note on her pillow.
We're not paying you five hundred quid to mess about on your phone.
I can throw in a free valet while you're here? No! No!
Just the tyres, boys.
Oh, aye, you guys do a lot of family time, don't you?
We're a very harmonious bunch, what can I say?
I thought you'd be wrecked after all last night's exertions, Lenny.
Takes more than a wee drive to wreck me, Inspector.
Greenock, wasn't it?
I don't know? What did it say on your boys' overtime forms?
Must be costing a fortune, all this round-the-clock surveillance?
More like harassment.
All right, that's you.
Not a bad wee car, this.
What sort of nick is it in? Big problem?
Somebody slashed the tyres.
That is shocking.
Police nowhere to be seen, obviously.
Would you like me to look into that? Personally?
I could start by making a list of all the people who don't like
the Murdochs, although it's only four hours till lunch.
It's me you're here to annoy. Let's get it over with.
Done and dusted.
This gonnae take long? Have you got things to do?
It's called having a life - you should try it some time.
I will do, once you're serving life.
Your pension'll have kicked in by then, mate.
You really must be knackered after last night. Must I?
All the way out to Greenock,
parking up opposite that Columbian freighter.
Nice touch, that.
I do like the sea air.
Taking my guys on a wee excursion had nothing to do with it, obviously.
How long have you been after me?
A while. A while.
What do you think's different now?
I think you're getting sentimental in your old age.
It's true, I did cry at Spartacus the last time it was on the telly.
Well, that is a classic. Definitely.
Who did you watch it with?
What's that got to do with anything?
You're letting people get close to you, Lenny...
..Jimmy, your children.
Now, you might not make a mistake, but one of them will,
that's how I'll get you.
That's what's different.
OK, show him in. I'm going to need five minutes.
I owe you an apology.
For what, specifically?
Earlier. I was rude.
Car trouble gets people's backs up.
It wasn't the car, Annie! What was it, then?
I can't say.
So this is kind of an apology?
I didn't say I owed you an explanation.
No. No, you never.
You choose your words carefully, don't you? I need to...
You've made it clear there are certain things that you can't handle.
I am beyond shockable when it comes to you and your family. Yeah?
I lied to the police, remember?
And walked away straight afterwards, remember?
Yeah, well, maybe I should've done things differently.
You were right to leave.
Do you know what I did last night?
I got rid of some...
Historical physical evidence you could probably say,
but still, enough to get me charged
with conspiracy to defeat the ends of justice.
I hope I never need to do anything like that again...
..but I will if have to.
I'm telling you because...
because I want you to know why I'm...
not here on my hands and knees begging you to come back.
I can't ask you to live that kind of life.
Because I love you.
I'll live any life that you want.
Because I love you.
Well, it caught up with me. Sorry?
Last night. I feel as rough as now.
That's the way with hangovers lately. It hits me in the afternoon.
I don't know if it's an age thing or... AJ,
can you just stop talking for a second?
I've come to get my things.
Did I make you feel uncomfortable, before, saying that I'd kick Pete out?
Because all I meant was, if we needed more space...
AJ, it's not that.
I can't stay.
So, is it the new flat or...?
No. It's not the flat.
Don't make me spell it out.
It's a mistake. You'll regret it.
Annie, he'll break your heart.
It's his to break!
That was the longest shower of my life.
I'm sorry you had to go through all that. I know.
And I know why.
It's not that you don't want me incriminating myself,
or that the whole thing is so disgusting.
What is it, then?
Seeing those things.
I understand the life you've lead.
I understand you.
The man you are.
I don't think you wanted that.
You're not a wee girl any more.
No. I'm not.
Thanks, darling, you're a treasure.
No bother, Gran. Just put it down there, darling.
Can you not step away from that thing for five minutes?
My grandson's been good enough to carry our messages home and
you've not even said hello.
I do apologise. Hello, Bob, and thank you very much.
It's not a problem, really.
She's hooked on it.
All hours of the day and night.
It's playing tricks with her mind.
It most certainly is not.
I know what I saw.
Right, I'm going to head back, so...
Amber and Alex sneaking around, back and forth to his car.
Amber and Alex?
Thick as thieves.
Take no notice. I'll put the kettle on.
I think they were burying something.
I'm... I'm sure it's nothing to worry about, Liz.
Look, I didn't want to say anything in front of Molly but...
..still nowhere to be seen, is he?
I got something for you.
It's just to show that...
I got it from a drugs rep ages ago.
Soap. Surgeons use it. It's deepest possible cleansing.
Right. OK. I know it's a bit,
"A little water clears us of this deed."
Sorry, I'm just rambling, that's a line from...
Macbeth. I know.
I was a good boy at school.
Uh-huh. Teacher's pet.
Close the door.
TRAFFIC IN DISTANCE
Do you know where my dad is? What? Answer the girl, then, Uncle Lenny.
So he's coming home, then? That's certainly the idea.
So now it's down to you to make sure he does the right thing.
I'm not interested in foot soldiers. I want the main man.
What the hell's that?
Stay there. Alex!
Are you going to show me who's boss, Inspector?
See that list? Was there a name McNicol on it?
Jimmy's concerned that your welcome might be a little frosty.
Oh, we do have one or two things we need to clear up right enough.
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GLITTER BALL CHIRPS A "YOOHOO"
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