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You know what Jimmy done to me? He took away my only grandson.
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,
they'd put you away for the rest of your life.
So how are you going to deal with the last item on your list?
Move it to a more secure location.
THEY SING DRUNKENLY
C'mon, you owe him one.
Amber and Alex sneaking around back and forth to his car.
You OK, son?
You heard from Jimmy?
I've not heard anything at all.
No news is good news, eh?
What's going on?
What are you not telling me?
You got a minute?
Look, it could be that I'm going mental, but if no...
..he should hear this, too.
Where are you going?
I'm going for coffee.
Do you need anything? No.
Because our friend is still out there.
Shouldn't he be more worried about you?
I don't get it.
We cleared the last "item" on his list.
That's what's worrying me.
Had me up half the night. Why did he send me that list?
Well, because he's got... HAD dirt on you.
It's a diversion.
Is that what you'd call it?
Keeps me busy. All of us.
Kind of thing you do when you're planning a move.
Come on, Jimmy's not going to make a move.
You know nothing.
What do you see? Taxi Driver? With that nightmare of a wife of his?
There's more to Jimmy Mullen than that. Yeah? Yeah.
Amber, he didn't pull that list of names out of thin air.
Jimmy's muscle for hire, for anybody who can afford him.
He even worked for McCabe for a while.
So all that was for nothing?
What me and Alex did for you?
I didn't ask you.
But it's going to come down to more violence,
is that what you're saying? Don't put words in my mouth.
I was helping my gran home with her messages, yesterday, right?
And Liz has got this telescope.
What's she got one of them for? I don't know, it doesn't matter.
Thing is, she was up during the night and she saw...
Well, she thinks she saw, really.
Bob, spit it out.
Amber and Alex.
Up to something behind the back there.
They might have had a spade with them.
Like they were...
Or someone. Patrick!
That's what you're trying to say, isn't it?
We wouldn't be here if it was a knocked-off telly or something.
No, we wouldn't.
For all Lenny's done,
to just get rid of Jimmy like that?!
Dig a hole, stick him in the ground just across from his own house!
Aye, I know, but...
..if he thinks he was provoked...
What are you not telling me, Bubba?
Jimmy sent Lenny a message.
A list of names. Dates.
His way of saying, like...
"I know things about you, Murdoch."
I don't know, but...
..maybe that might... It'd be enough.
Will you two boys do something for me?
Aye, of course.
..go and check this out for me?
What do you reckon?
I don't know.
It looks, like...
..freshly dug, but...
I'm freaking out, man. What are we going to do?
Should we have a look...
I don't know, Bob, I mean...
What if Jimmy's...
Is that something you really want to see?
So what now, then?
Out for a wee stroll, are we, boys?
Funny you should pick this place.
Funny you should pick the same spot.
Oh, I come here all the time.
Young men like yourself,
I thought you'd be somewhere a wee bit more... picturesque.
Aye, we'll see how it goes.
Listen to me, ya pair of eejits.
I don't want to see yous round here, you hear me?
And you can tell Jimmy the same.
Don't give me any of your patter.
I know you're in touch.
It's probably him that's got you sniffing about here.
He really, really didn't.
Well, that was weird. What was?
Well, just putting my toothbrush into the holder thing,
next to yours. Felt very...
Don't really do normal, do we?
Are you worried we'll turn into a really boring, vanilla couple?
I don't think we have to worry about that for a while.
Well, maybe we should make absolutely sure.
I need to go and heal the sick.
I'm sure there's things that you could be doing.
Not things that I need to know about.
Actually, you might be interested. The residential care project's
going to have medical issues to think about.
Don't look so surprised.
I always wanted Murdoch Enterprises
to get on the road to respectability.
I just didn't think it would happen this quickly.
I suppose there might still be the occasional detour.
Don't put your lipstick on yet.
I think he was on the level.
He's part snake, and that's the good part.
He was asking Bob to give Jimmy a message.
I don't think he's got a clue where he is. Aye, well...
we're all in the same boat on that score, brilliant.
It is good news, though, isn't it?
Oh, aye, my husband's not six feet under.
Let's be thankful for small mercies.
Well, I am.
I'm just relieved I'm not digging him up.
Sorry I had to ask yous both.
No harm done. This time!
I mind Jimmy saying to me once,
he'd be dead in a ditch if it wasn't for me and Madonna.
Jimmy wasn't always on the straight and narrow.
Get in touch with that lawyer.
Tell him we need Jimmy back here now.
It's Madonna's school.
She's been acting up lately.
Funny that, isn't it?
Aye, what's she done now?
I'll tell you something.
You are a genius when it comes to the roll and sausage.
Aye, well, I'll be sure to put that on my lonely hearts ad.
Sorry? That's how you do it these days.
You just whack your picture up online and see who bites.
Literally, in some cases.
I couldn't think of anything worse.
You can always put "no rough stuff" on your profile.
No, no, I mean the thought of internet dating, or...
You're a fine-looking man.
That's very nice of you to say so.
I'm not blowing smoke up your... I know.
there's probably a site for that as well.
I'm not ready, Pete.
Well, if you could e-mail me over the survey?
Great, I might be able to get back to you by the end of the day.
Americano to go, extra shot.
Busy, busy, busy, some folk, eh?
Are those the final figures or...?
Must get very "tyre-ing" though, eh?
Aye, must get "tyre-d" out.
Completely. All these big deals.
Course, when they fall through,
you're going to be left...
You want food with that?
Don't want to put weight on, end up with a spare...tyre.
No, we can initial the amendments so we don't slow things down.
Excellent. Right, well, you'll be hearing from us. Cheers.
You're good to go. That was quick.
I don't like looking at you any longer than is absolutely necessary.
Suits me fine, actually.
US ACCENT: Y'all come back now, y'hear?
Even if he hadn't done what he did to you,
I'd hate that guy on principle.
Hey, we should do that thing.
All right, but I might need to pull the door shut.
The double date thing.
Oh, right, that.
You have got a filthy mind, Mr Lindsay.
Thanks for noticing, Mrs Lindsay.
No work getting done today, no?
Says the guy that's just showed up.
I've been busy, all right?
My bad, Bob,
I won't distract him any more.
I'll text you, baby. You do that.
this the best use of police resources, is it?
I think I'm the best judge of that.
Just thinking, you know, cutbacks.
We're not that skint yet.
I'm only asking as a concerned taxpayer.
Every pound in your pocket probably got there via Panama.
SCREAMING: Madonna, what are you doing?!
Do you know where my dad is?
He's your best friend, you must know.
Answer the girl, then, Uncle Lenny.
I don't know, pal. I've no idea.
Home, now, you!
My mum said he's working away.
Is he working for you? C'mon, Madonna.
Let me assure you, sweetheart, wherever your da is,
it's nothing to do with me. Aye, you would say that, wouldn't you?
If he gets in touch, will you tell us?
I don't think he's going to.
But he's your pal!
Uncle Lenny's not got any pals, darling!
Let's not distress the wean any more than needs be, eh?
Don't you tell me how to raise my wean.
Wouldn't dream of it.
Scarlett, if you need anything, you know where to find me.
Maybe we will have a wee chat, right now.
Suits me fine.
Oh, is that the old folks' home?
No, it's the very best in senior accommodation and care provision.
"Brought to you by Murdoch Enterprises."
This is our future, Amber.
All that other stuff's in the past.
You think it's going to stay there?
If it doesn't, we deal with it and move on.
How do we deal with him?
Won't come to that.
Dad thinks he's going to come back all guns blazing,
Nah, I can't see that.
Well, neither do I, but try telling that to Papa Bear.
You two need to practise your "not guilty" faces.
What's happening with Jimmy? I don't know.
I don't know where he is, I don't know what he's up to,
I don't know if he's coming back, but I am sick of hearing his name.
Something's obviously going on.
Donald just wandered off with his missus there,
just to wind me up.
And it's working.
Scarlett's got no...
information, has she?
He's her old man.
They've been married for years.
That sounded a sore one.
I'm tempted to give you a sore one. Five times I've phoned you today.
I charge by the hour.
If I return a call, it's on the clock,
and I'm not sure how deep Jimmy's pockets are.
So you've spoken to him?
Cos we were worried.
For a bit there, we thought...
You feared the worst. Aye.
As far as I can make out,
he's in fairly good shape.
I wouldn't want his stress levels, obviously.
So he's coming home, then?
That's certainly the idea.
We know, I know, that Jimmy's been straight, pretty much, for years.
Aye, he has.
But he has a history. He's got form.
Even without taking Lenny into consideration.
If you say so.
Jimmy was a foot soldier for some pretty unsavoury characters,
back in the day.
He was questioned in connection with the McNicol case.
You remember that?
Being questioned doesn't mean anything.
Jimmy cleaned up his act because of you.
So now it's down to you to make sure he does the right thing.
What does that mean, doing the right thing?
I'm not interested in foot soldiers.
Especially retired ones.
I want the main man.
Jimmy's not going to grass anybody.
Oh, for God's sake, woman, will you grow up?!
Old habits die hard, y'know.
What if he comes back and turns this place into the OK Corral?
Goes toe to toe with Lenny? Jimmy wouldn't do that!
Just get to him.
Talk to him.
Let him that, together...
we can take Uncle Lenny down.
That is a lot of caffeine.
It's my only vice.
All right, can we just skip the formalities?
I know who you are.
That should save some time.
I hope so. Really.
I'm not here to ruffle any feathers.
Then why are you here?
To represent the best interests of my client.
That's very commendable of you.
What exactly are your client's best interests?
Well, that's the thing.
They're in a state of constant flux.
Ah, it's a complicated situation.
Otherwise he wouldn't need me.
Good afternoon, Detective Inspector.
Good afternoon, Miss Murdoch.
I bet those guys must hate you.
What makes you say that?
They're stuck here watching me and my family do not very much.
They're professionals, they understand the value of patience.
Hm. Well, I suppose I do admire their dedication to duty.
I don't think you admire much of anything.
You don't know me well enough to say that.
Oh, I think I know you precisely well enough.
Maybe if we had an actual conversation,
you might think differently.
Oh, come on!
Aren't detectives supposed to be more...
So, what, shall we go and have a coffee
and you can tell me how much you love kittens?
I'd prefer a glass of wine, and I hate kittens.
You're learning new stuff about me already.
I'm sure you're aware...
that my client wants nothing more than to come home.
So, what's stopping him? Well, you are.
Jimmy's concerned that your welcome might be a little...frosty.
Oh, we have one or two things we need to clear up, right enough.
There was that list that he sent.
I was unsure of the significance of that list.
It's not significant any more.
OK. There was a degree of...
hostility in sending it in the first place.
I'm sure he had his reasons.
How long have you been in the lawyer game? Going on ten years.
You'd say, what, you're established?
I like to think so.
You've got an office?
Course. Nothing flashy, but it serves the purpose.
Then why are you making house calls?
You could've had the Mullens come to you.
They've got a lot on their plate.
I thought I'd save them a trip.
No, no, no, my friend, you wanted to make yourself known.
I thought it was worth opening a line of communication.
But obviously, your first priority's Jimmy.
If we could make some kind of mutually beneficial arrangement...
Everyone's a winner.
'The way you are with my father...'
Relentless, you could call it.
Are you like that with anyone else?
There has to be a degree of history involved, I suppose.
I had a few run-ins with your friend McCabe.
He was a charmer.
I was no fan of Billy Kennedy.
I never had the pleasure.
I'm sure your brother can fill you in on dear departed Uncle Billy.
Thought he died in jail?
You sound sceptical.
He wasn't the type.
Prison can do strange things to people.
And what did it do to you?
Or can't you tell?
I really wish I could believe that.
Oh, have a little faith, Craig.
Your dad calls me that when he's trying to wind me up.
I'm just being friendly.
Let me tell you something.
Those two men I mentioned?
Your dad's bitterest rivals...
..and they're both dead.
Are you shedding any tears?
I don't get to pick and choose the victims I care about.
The more a man like your father gets away with,
the more he feels untouchable.
He's not a psychopath.
Meaning they had it coming?
The fact he thinks he can decide who has it coming...
It's a God complex.
I thought this wee chat was your way of messing with my head.
Oh, heaven forefend, Inspector. Hmm.
Turns out it's not my head you're interested in.
Do you even know your dad, really?
I'm starting to.
How's that working out for you?
I hope you don't let him poison who you are.
He can do that to people who get close to him.
You speaking from experience?
To a degree, Amber,
I probably am, yeah.
Can the polis protect you?
Don't see Jimmy testifying against Lenny Murdoch one day
and opening up the shop the next, do you?
Sorry, two seconds.
I know, right, I'm just ironing my shirt.
Trying to live a normal life.
Just like Jimmy.
You'll get it back.
See that list?
Was there a name McNicol on it?
I don't remember. Aye, you do.
Gil McNicol? Think.
Who is he, anyway?
Just a blast from the past, son.
KNOCK AT DOOR
I'll get it.
Uncle Lenny's here.
You can sit down, wee man, I'm here to talk to your ma.
She's got nothing to say to you.
Give me and Uncle Lenny a couple of minutes, eh?
Why can't I stay?
Cos this is grown-up stuff.
I'm not a toddler!
Nobody's saying you are, sweetheart.
Alone at last.
I didn't know whether to pour you a glass or...
No, I'm OK for a second.
The kind of problem I shouldn't be asking about.
Is that OK?
Has to be. Cool.
I don't know what to do about dinner.
I am useless at shopping. And I'm useless at cooking.
I'll order something.
SHE HUMS A TUNE
What's that tune?
Oh, it's, erm...
AJ was singing it the other day and it's been an earworm ever since.
Mm. He's got a soft spot for country and western.
Full of surprises, eh?
What do you mean?
You know the other night, someone messed with my car?
Not him, no way!
I'm going to need to have a word.
It's not just the tyres.
It nearly caused a lot of trouble.
It was THAT night?
It was THAT night.
Same again, then, ladies?
I don't know whether to get one for Patrick...
Do you think he'll be here soon?
Well, he was supposed to be here, oh...
20 minutes ago, so...
Oh, speak of the devil.
We're all here to have fun, eh?
No winching, please. This place is supposed to be hipster.
It was a joke. Aye, I know.
Aye, brand new. Just thirsty.
Any sign of that drink?
Aye, same again, and another beer please.
So, our first double date, huh?
First of many, eh, Cass?
This meant to be intimidating?
The silent treatment?
I'm just looking round, thinking...
..proper family home this, isn't it?
Aye, it is.
Wouldn't be easy to set all this up somewhere else, you know?
Somewhere you didn't know anybody.
How would I need to do that?
Donald's going to make an offer,
if he hasn't already.
What? Do you not mean...Jimmy?
We know who wears the trousers in this house.
Aye, but it's not like asking my ma round for Sunday dinner...
or Madonna getting her ears pierced.
You really see yourself riding off into the sunset?
If that's what it takes.
Maybe we can come to some arrangement. Oh?
You willing to let bygones be bygones?
I'm not making any promises.
because I wouldn't believe you.
Well, believe this.
If Jimmy makes a deal, there's no way back.
He knows that. Yeah.
He's been round the block a few times, your man.
Aye, he has.
A guy like him, he knows the score.
Maybe he just needs a...
A wee nudge, eh?
You're the head of this family, same as I'm the head of mine.
Do you honestly think I'm going to tell him
to throw himself at your mercy?
You've gave him ten good years.
Ten years he might not have had.
But do you really see yourself growing old with him?
That's what I thought.
I'll see you around.
What did he say?
Oh, you know him, Bubba.
It's lucky that's not milk you're drinking.
Aye, the state of your coupon would turn it sour.
Are you going to tell me to man up in a minute?
As if I'd be so insensitive.
Oh, this'll lift your spirits.
Can I have a glass of red wine and a whisky, please?
Can I get you a drink?
No, we're fine.
Are you sure about that?
Because we were thinking... trying to keep things civil.
Is that what "you" were thinking?
Yes, because it would be better for all concerned rather than, say,
petty, vindictive acts of vandalism.
When you say "better"...?
I know what you did to my car.
I'm here to tell you to stay away from my property.
Oh, is that a threat?
Sounds like a threat.
That's a pretty thin veneer of civility you've got there.
Nobody is threatening anyone.
We are asking... I am asking you.
Leave us be.
That's us told.
I almost feel bad for...
..taking these from her handbag.
Oh, aye, I think so.
MUSIC AND CONVERSATION MUFFLED
You guys have any...
trips planned, or...?
Might be fun, though?
Couple of days on our own.
And nights. All kinds of fun.
Angus took some convincing, too. He hates to leave Bob.
He cannot function without me.
I'm not saying no. It's just, erm...
Oh...this was a bad idea.
No, no, no, no.
I mean, the car was one thing, but...
what exactly are we doing here?
I don't know. I'm not going to trash the place.
Got to think of something subtle, like...
swap his socks drawer and his pants drawer around.
Itching powder in his PJs!
You're being ridiculous.
Yeah, he probably doesn't wear PJs.
I bet he flaunts himself.
I thought this was meant to be cheering me up?
No. Got to think of something that'll mess with his mind.
It's your mind I'm worried about.
Pick them up!
I've got it!
Chilli oil in his aftershave.
All right, I realise you don't have chilli oil on you...
No, I mean shhh!
(I can hear something.)
I will have another glass of wine, though.
On a school night?
Genuinely, I don't, I'm not covering for him...
Just wondered if we had the place to ourselves?
Oh, I see. Well..
Amber's at the club, so...
What the hell was that?
Stay there. Alex!
It's a joke! It's a joke!
You see anybody laughing?
How did you even get in here?
I thought the safety was on or whatever? Yeah, but...
It's best not to touch a gun if you don't have to.
Is that supposed to prove something?
I just wanted to know what it felt like.
I suppose it's not the same unless you're pointing it at... No.
Alex, I thought you were going to kill him.
I suppose it was a bit of a close one. I'm being serious.
I'm not taking it lightly.
Why did you...
I mean, it's like you behaved so instinctively,
like you were expecting something.
There's an ongoing situation.
And Lenny's a little edgy.
And if he's a little edgy, well...
So when we came back tonight,
you thought there was actually someone lying in wait? No.
Like you said, it was instinctive.
Alex, are we in any danger?
Remember, we've got to be honest.
you know there's been moments of violence in my life.
I'm in no hurry to have any more.
I think I can take it from here.
Did you show your police ID?
For a minute there, I thought they let you in dressed like that
thinking you were a punter. THEY CHUCKLE
Your dad made a crack about my clothes today.
Maybe you and him have got more in common than I thought.
I think you think we're pretty alike.
That's why you can't stay away from me.
It's lucky that you got your mother's looks.
Is flirting an officially sanctioned investigation technique?
Do you really think I'm flirting?
You've tried everything else and it's got you nowhere.
So you're assuming a man would have to be desperate?
Don't put yourself down, Amber.
Not just any man.
You're projecting your fixation with your nemesis
onto a vulnerable young woman.
Ooh! Somebody did a psychology course in prison.
It was more interesting than metalwork.
There's just one slight flaw in your theory.
Since when were you vulnerable?
This is all getting a little bit twisted.
Then why are you smiling?
Oh, that was an observation.
Not a complaint.
What was that?
The strongest thing I could find.
I think it's Ouzo.
I remember that trip to Greece.
Annie loved it.
I went to Lesbos once.
Wasn't for me.
D'you want another?
No, you're all right.
Better leave the mischief-making for a while, eh?
Back burner, definitely.
I am offering much needed solace and support to a friend.
I'll just go.
Say what you've got to say.
What? Look, I'm tired.
If you've got something you want to tell me...
How about face up to reality?
How about stop behaving like a lunatic?
It wasn't me holding the gun to someone's head, right,
that was your boyfriend. We thought you were a burglar!
Oh, right, so he's got pistols lying around just in case?
Of course not.
I saw the look in his eye, all right?
He was relishing the moment.
AJ, Alex does not want to kill you.
I believe that. Good!
But he's got it in him to kill someone.
Like his sister did.
Like his father has.
Lenny's never been convicted of...
OK, we can add the word "allegedly" if it helps you sleep easier.
I sleep fine, actually.
Worn out, are you?
I can't believe this is the world that you want, the life you want.
It's the man I want.
And you have to accept that, and stay the hell away from us.
Or next time you might not be so lucky.
Are you... Are you threatening me?
No! No, of course not!
But you're right about one thing. It's a different world, and...
..you don't belong in it.
And you do?
I'm beginning to find my bearings.
Leave us alone.
Why do you keep glancing at the door?
I didn't know I was.
Half-hoping your dad'll come in and catch us? Catch us?
I just don't think he'd like the fact
we're not at each other's throats.
Are you here to make me take your side against him?
Is that it?
The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Where did you get that, Game Of Thrones?
The truth is...
I'm not his enemy.
You're his daughter.
Which is MUCH worse.
You really need to get out more.
You saying you lead a full and varied social life?
The world we inhabit.
Maintaining relationships with people.
Not much, "Hi, honey, I'm home."
Not much, "Nice day at the office?"
At least you and I understand each other.
On some level, maybe.
On all sorts of levels, Craig.
Am I making you uncomfortable?
Maybe I know better than to show any sign of weakness around you.
We've been sitting really close for about 30 seconds.
What do you think that's a sign of?
You could step away any time.
So could you.
What are you doing?
I just wanted to give you the satisfaction of telling yourself
I'd made the first move.
You going to show me who's boss, Inspector?
Maybe it would be best if we moved away.
Not miles and miles away, just...
..a bit of breathing space.
I don't think that's the best idea.
Not yet, anyway.
Maybe when the care home's up and running.
People have been known to travel short distances to their work.
Well, in case you hadn't noticed, we're not just any people.
Aye, you could still be in touch with Lenny every day.
but it'd give Amber way more access.
Are you joking?
Are you two really that competitive with each other?
I threw my lot in with Lenny,
in more ways than I ever want to let you know,
but my future, our future,
is tied to him now,
and I don't want to give Amber the chance to cut those ties.
And would she?
I think she wants Daddy all to herself.
Here's me thinking that we might have been the best of friends.
Might be useful, a friendship like that.
God, yous are worse than the Borgias.
If you're growing courgettes,
and you're trying to eke them out and get a few more,
I'm afraid it's over.
So, what I'm going to do here is just harvest the few that we've got
and then clear all these...
Oh, what is it, darling? You all right?
I can't sleep.
You want a wee glass of milk or something?
A wee bit of toast?
I want my Daddy.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
KEYS RATTLE ON SIDE
Good night at the club?
Not bad at all, as it turned out.
I think you'll be able to make a real go of that place.
I hope so.
I think, more than anything,
I just want a quiet life from now on.
Don't we all?
Not sure YOU do.
Darling, ever since you came back, that's all I've been aiming for.
Things keep getting in the way, though, eh?
That won't go on forever.
Oh...feels like it might.
say you sort the Jimmy thing, what then?
Will it be Scarlett next?
Will it be Alex one day?
Will it be me?
It will never, ever be you.
Does that count as a comfort, I wonder?
Afternoon. You wanted to see me?
Aye, I did.
Have you spoke to Jimmy yet?
Have you told him what the police said?
But it wasn't a long conversation. I left him to mull it over.
This might help him decide what's...
..what needs doing.
Can I ask the significance of this name?
It's something that'll... ring a bell with Jimmy.
Can you get it to him as quick as you can, please?
I'm on it.
Your wife seems to think you'd understand.
I think I might.
Do you need a moment with her?
Scarlett can wait.
What I need, son, is a drink.
TV: Out here, it's a big new world.
Give me the name again. What's happening?
Just a second.
Yeah, that's fine, pass that message on.
No, no, no, it's all right with me.
HE HANGS UP
Seems to be.
As in fetch the shovels, or...?
No, I don't think that'll be necessary.
Something like that.
I'll have one of them. Make it a malt.
Right you are.
Good to be back?
Not like it'll be long,
one way or the other.
at least you get to pick the way.
Like I've got a say in the matter.
Oh, you have, Jimmy.
I know you'll do the right thing.
Keep them coming, let me know when that's done.
Did you, er... put the idea in her head?
I didn't even know McNicol was down to you.
Well, I didn't exactly want to shout it from the rooftops.
But now you're going to?
If I did...
..I'd get banged up.
Is that good enough?
You know how this works, Jimmy.
Oh, I know how it bloody works.
Nothing about me?
Not a word.
You know this isn't a risk I usually want to take.
Even for a pal?
Men like us, we don't have pals.
It's your game, Lenny.
You can change the rules.
It's not a risk I want to take.
It wouldn't be a risk.
Promise. I'm not a threat.
On my daughter's life.
That's some card to play.
You know I mean it.
there's nobody else,
not one man walking this planet...
..that I'd give this chance to.
I'm so sorry, Jimmy.
You're a smart woman, Scarlett.
No, I'm not.
I mean, this would never have occurred to me.
I couldn't see what else to do.
You didn't want to leave town with me?
That's no life for us.
With wee Madonna...
The wean's the most important thing. Aye.
look at me, look into my eyes.
I'm so sorry, Jimmy.
I get it.
You just wanted to...
..to keep your life.
I think we should probably get going.
Clock on, is it?
Get Lenny to pay you.
You know, since you've been working for him lately.
I don't know what you mean, Jimmy.
..insult the man's intelligence.
Come on and wave me off.
You're going to cop to Gil McNicol?!
I'll let my lawyer deal with the specifics.
Don't get smart with me, Jimmy!
That's from your days running with McCabe!
It lets him off the hook.
That's what happens when folk are innocent.
Take care of yourself, Jimmy.
What's going on?
Talk to your ma, son.
You did this? Did what?
Tell Madonna I love her.
There you are.
Nobody got hurt.
You sure about that?
Maybe I should be looking for somewhere else to live.
A nursing home?!
Here she is. Our wee medical genius.
Jenny doesn't fail tests. She does now.
It's so expensive. I can't afford not to work.
I'm going to fail my course.
Contact details, for my friend I was telling you about.
Keys to your new home. Let's not worry about the rent for now.
What the hell's going on? Where's all my stock?
'We're struggling a bit.'
Go to Lenny. He owes us.
'Maybe he does. But I don't want to owe him.'
'This is my decision! It's got nothing to do with you.'
Then you're on your own.