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You are definitely pregnant.
-You don't seem very pleased about it.
What if it ruins everything?
How's Angus taking the news?
-I need to go.
-How is Frankie anyway?
Still playing up?
Oh, you know how teenagers can be.
Mind how you said we could ramp it up a bit?
-What if AJ finds something?
-We'll make sure he doesnae.
First thing in the morning, they're gone or you are.
You'll need to find somewhere else, Pete, 'fore they all die.
-I'll do anything I can to help.
-Who is it?
-Who do you think?
Professional set-up, eh?
-Have you got the bags?
Wee Madonna was asking what they were about.
I'm no joking - all this running about's
going to be the death of me.
You're a bit over-the-top, aren't you?
You've got to keep a clear head for this job.
Aye. I knew you'd be the right guy for this.
Come on, Scarlett, cut me a bit of slack.
Doing this to help you, remember?
I know, I'm sorry, OK?
What's the matter?
-The deal's on.
-The whole lot.
I'm going to have to go away to Madonna's school.
We're having a meeting - she's playing up again.
You can't leave me to do this on my own.
I said I'd spend some time with my boy.
They're threatening to bring in social services.
You'll need to hold the fort till I get back.
At least help me to open some of these bags,
get ahead of the game.
-Can you open the boot? My wallet's in my bag.
Nice trainers, big man. Do you want to put them to the test?
Oi! Get back here!
Should you be up there?
You might lose your balance.
I don't think my inner ear's affected, dude.
left early this morning.
We've got a business to run, Angus.
Can you pass me those balloons?
We're supposed to be...talking...
-Can you please restock the bar?
You can't fill your whole day with work
so you don't need to think about anything else.
-It won't work.
-(It's working so far.)
-Are you all right?
-I'm fine. I'm fine.
I cannae believe you left it unlocked.
-Anybody could have walked in.
-It'll be fine.
As long as we keep it on the DL.
-Down-low. Never heard that before?
What time do you call this?
-You're supposed to be meeting Drew.
-He left half an hour ago.
-I've been busy.
-Have you, aye?
What's YOUR problem?
How about instead of chasing Mata Hari about here,
you give your son some attention?
-Oh, you calling me names?
-I'll deal with the shop deliveries in an hour.
-Aye, you better.
You looking for a new lap dog, are you?
Since the old yin got put down.
-Oh, look at the state of you.
-It was raining.
What an idiot.
Did you find Pete, then?
He's been occupied with his business partner(!)
-Mm-hm. Getting a wee bit jealous, are we?
You're awful het up about her if you're not.
It's just your imagination.
Oh, aye. And am I imagining your new hairdo?
Don't talk rubbish.
# Caitlin and Pete up a tree
-# K-I-S-S... #
-Would you cut it out?
I'm just saying it as I see it, sis.
And I've seen you smiling a lot more recently. Just admit it.
You're enjoying having Pete around.
I'm putting up with him for Drew's sake. There's a difference.
He always knew how to charm the birds fae the trees.
I know what he's like.
I've been coping with this behaviour for years, remember.
Caitlin, he is trying.
I can see it and you can see it too so just give the guy a break.
It's not that simple, is it?
No matter what he promises,
something always goes wrong in the end.
Maybe he's changed. People do.
I'm fine, Angus. Stop fussing.
I know. I know, but you just...
You give me a fright back there.
Well, it was an accident and I'm fine.
OK, but I'm going to take care of everything back at the pop-up.
You just rest up. Agreed?
-I'm not an invalid.
You are Wonder Woman but one of us needs to look after the accounts
so you just put your feet up and work on the laptop.
I guess you're right.
I'll be over soon.
Great. Great. But just rest up.
Have you brushed your teeth? Great. Come on, let's get your shoes on.
Hey, we're late. Get a move on.
-What a surprise.
-What are you doing here?
In the middle of term time?
I just missed you.
-And I wanted to see the Casa del Roth.
-Well, come in.
-Wish I could say it was worth the trip.
-Don't start, Frankie.
-We're just heading out.
-Katie's got an appointment.
All right, well, I'll tag along.
It's better if it's just two of us.
She needs to concentrate. She's got hearing tests. That OK?
-We can catch up later.
-Hiya, you! How are you doing?
Frankie, please! I need her to stay calm. Come on, Katie. Let's go.
Mum, I needed to talk to you about school.
OK, great, well, we can talk at dinner
and I'll take you back in the morning.
-Frankie, let's try and start off on good terms this time, eh?
Make yourself at home.
There's food in the fridge and I'll be back as soon as I can.
Right then, AJ, the full bhuna.
Sausage, bacon, black pudding, mushrooms, beans, fried bread,
-Drew ordered an egg roll.
-Not at all.
An athlete needs his meat.
-No, I'd honestly just rather...
-Build up the muscles.
Good Scotch beef.
-So, how's it going, son?
-Good. Been training.
-Doing circuits of the basketball court.
-Here. Feel my arms. Go on.
Pecs like steel.
There you go. Two coronary specials.
Oh-ho! Get beasted right in, son.
-That'll be £12.50 please.
-I'll pay you later.
-Fine, I'll just add it to my long tab, will I?
So, how's your mum?
-What's floating her boat these days?
-I don't know.
She go out much? Any company?
Boyfriends, you know?
-Does she mention me at all?
Well, does she still think I'm an idiot?
She thinks you're trying really hard.
Angus, are you kidding me?
Angus gave me the impression it was an emergency.
Not right now but there might be soon.
-I was worried.
OK, well, now that I'm here, let me take a look at you.
-Tell me what happened exactly.
-She fell off the ladders at the pop-up.
I was afraid that she might have hit her head on a table or something.
I was nowhere near a table.
I mean, maybe she shouldn't have even been at work at all in
-It's a bit early to be worrying about that.
-I was looking on MediNet and I think...
-Am I allowed to talk here?
I wasn't unconscious.
I don't have double vision, I don't have any broken bones.
OK, enough, both of you.
I'm the doctor here so no more speculation, please.
What about the baby?
Could the fall have affected the baby?
Right, so that's what this is about.
Angus, can you leave us? I'd like to examine Cassie, please.
I'm fine. Go. Go to work.
Come on, hen. Come out.
What you doing, Ma? What's going on?
Where have you been?
She's pulled a chair up behind the door and she's refusing to come out.
She's got to go. We're running late as it is.
Oh, I know that. And that letter made nae bones about it.
And you've missed two meetings already.
We've nae time for you to be gallivanting about.
I'm not gallivanting about.
I'm running about daft trying to keep a roof over her heid.
Aye, well, try telling that to the social worker
and see how that goes down.
Let's go up to the school and see the nice lady.
I'm not coming out.
The meeting's in half an hour.
-You're making me look bad.
-You ARE bad.
I'm going to tell them you're never here.
See, that's what happens when you leave the wean on her own.
She's no' on her own. She's with you.
How about a wee treat, sweetheart?
How about we go shopping?
Cross your heart and hope to die?
Cross my heart and hope to die.
I recorded that.
Right, let's get going.
They're's the keys for the shop.
-Are you off out?
-Aye, I'm meeting up with Jules later at the Oyster.
Right, I'm away for a shower.
-Do you want a cuppa?
-Can't even stand still.
I've... always got time for you though.
I think so. I cannae understand the half of it.
-Have you had your hair done?
Just thought it looked nice.
-Yeah, yeah. On the brink of a breakthrough.
I tell you, this time tomorrow, I'll be rolling in it.
-I've heard that one afore.
-Come on, Caitlin. I'm not that guy any more.
You will always be that guy, Pete.
I've got a job.
Getting to know the boy. Getting to know him better.
-OK, so if you know all about him...
..what does he need more than anything at the moment?
Fail. Fitba boots. He needs new fitba boots.
-Done. I'll buy them.
-Don't make promises you can't keep.
Scout's honour. Or may I be struck down.
You better watch what you wish for.
-I'd happily strike you down.
-One chance, that's all I ask.
-I'll get your cup of tea.
I have to go.
-What about the tea?
-Don't move. I'll be back in a tick.
-What's the big emergency?
-What were you doing in there?
I've been standing here waiting for you.
Well, I was waiting till you were free.
-We've no' been to the school yet.
She was being a right wee madam.
No, I wasn't. I was exercising my freedom of speech.
Haw, enough of your cheek, you.
So I'm going to be back late. You'll need to start without me.
The bags are really hard to open. The doggy bags are really tricky.
I need a help with them.
Well, you'll need to just tie them up yourself until I get back.
Unless you don't want a share... fae the profit...fae the doggy bags.
No, I'd really like some of the profit.
In fact, if I don't get some of the profit,
I might get really rather cross.
What are you doing standing about here then? Get on with it.
I've got enough problems with Caitlin nipping at my head
-without you starting on my, too.
-Well, that's no' my problem.
Maybe you should find a way to speed up the process. Come on, Madonna.
Well, everything seems fine, Cassie but if you're still worried,
-I can put you in for a scan.
-I don't need a scan.
-You seem tense.
-I'm fine. I'm just...
And how do you feel about that? Being pregnant?
-It's moving too fast.
It's just it's too big and Angus is just driving me insane
with all of his fussing.
I've had spotting over the last couple of weeks.
Perfectly normal in the first trimester.
I know. I looked it up. I just thought...
I thought there might be a problem.
-Did you make your appointment with the midwife?
Cassie, do you want this baby?
I don't know.
-So you were hoping the decision would be taken away from you.
Right, well, Cassie, you don't have to hope or wish away this situation.
-I'm sorry, what?
-And you don't have to force a miscarriage.
Look, I tripped and fell. That is all.
I didn't jump off and I didn't fall on purpose.
-Why don't you just back off?
-Right, OK. OK.
But I don't think we're finished here, are we?
-I'm just borrowing it.
-Right, and what about my rent?
-It's coming. Believe me.
-Heard that before.
-Come on, my man. Where's your sense of adventure?
Why does your adventure involve my blender?
You've got no imagination.
Pete, you look stressed to death. Are you OK?
Well, I'm in the midst of a female pincer movement.
-Pray for me.
-You need to chill out...and then get me my money.
You're right. That's exactly what I need.
Please tell me "get me my money" was the bit that you heard!
I wake up in the morning and...
..just for a moment, I don't have this...
Then it hits me like a sledgehammer, you know.
This is real.
When I fell,
I had this huge sense of relief.
Like maybe I wouldn't have to deal with this.
Like things could just go back to normal.
From what I've seen of you, Cassie,
wishing a situation away, it's just not your style.
You're a smart woman.
I just know don't know. I feel like...
I feel like I'm spiralling out of control.
OK, OK. Well, the first thing you should know is that you are
in complete control of this.
Nobody else is.
But the clock is ticking and you do have to make a decision.
What do YOU want to do?
I'm going to make some coffee.
Do you want coffee? I'm going to go make some coffee.
I tell you what, mate. This phone dating's brutal.
Nothing like ten rejections in a row
to completely shatter your self-esteem.
What's the matter?
No, not really.
That's great news. Congratulations, buddy.
Aye, but everything's... just really weird the now.
She keeps pushing me away and she won't mention it
-and then she went and fell this morning.
Aye, and I was petrified.
I mean, she only fell a wee bit
and I know she didnae hurt herself but...
Right, come on, let's take a break.
What about Pete's motor?
That joker's getting nothing till he pays. I've got his keys.
Angus says I'm not talking to him but I am.
I just really feel like he's not hearing me.
He's just so full-on, trying to sort it out.
AJ was exactly the same when I was pregnant with Harry.
He was choosing prams, baby clothes...
Wow. Ahead of the game.
You know, but all that stuff, I mean, it's not real.
Having the baby, that's real.
Do you regret having Harry?
Not at all.
I love him but it was a tough choice.
I had to put my career, my life on hold for baby puke and nappies.
I wasn't with the right person.
See, I am with the right person - I know that.
I'm not ready to have a baby with him.
Have you ever thought about talking to someone about a termination?
Or considered adoption?
Does that mean...
To me that sounds like the worst of both worlds. I mean, I...
I give my body over to let a baby grow in it
only to, what, just give it away?
It works for some people, if they don't want to end the pregnancy.
I don't think I could do that. It's not for me.
So, your choices are you have a termination
or you have this baby.
But the point is, that you have a choice.
if I decide to do that?
I can refer you to a clinic and they'll talk you through it.
I still don't know what I want to do.
And that's all right.
I don't know and I don't care.
I thought he was supposed to be hanging about for a bit.
So did I. But we cannae have everything we want, can we?
-Is he coming back later?
-Oh, I don't know, Drew!
He was asking after you earlier.
He's an idiot. He doesn't know what he's saying.
He doesn't like it when you him that.
And so am I for sitting here waiting on him.
He was asking after me?
Aye, a bit.
What was he saying? Was he after something?
I don't know. Just...
what you thought of him, what you were up to,
if you had a boyfriend, oh, and what books were you reading.
-Well, what did you say?
-Right, I'm away to see Jules.
That you don't have a boyfriend and the books are doing your head in.
What are you doing here?
Ma, why've you not opened the shop.
Folk are going to think it's unreliable.
But it IS unreliable.
You've hardly got anything there.
I'm doing my best.
That's no' what I'm seeing.
What I'm seeing is you off with that eejit, Pete,
getting up to goodness knows what.
Give me the shop keys. I'll get out your way.
What exactly are you getting mixed up in, hen?
Nothing I cannae handle!
I am warning you - no good will come of this.
Well, well, well. Look what the cat dragged in.
From banker to barista, Uncle AJ. Quite the journey.
What happened? Get tired of lots of money and self-respect?
Fancied a change.
So, are you visiting your mum?
-Can I get a can of juice please, AJ.
-Coming right up, Drew.
-And what can I get you?
-I'll have a latte macchiato...
-You all right there?
-Aye, I'm fine.
-You after something?
-I'm looking for Pete.
-Have you seen him?
-No. That's what I just said.
-Can I have my gloves back, please?
Your gloves? Are they not a bit big for you?
-Aye, well, they've stretched a bit!
-Are they part of your joint venture?
-It's in there, isn't it?
Why would you say that?
Cos I've seen you both going in and out.
Oh, right, so you're watching, are you? You know what that's called?
-That's called stalking.
I'm no' the one texting and calling Pete every minute of the day.
-If that's no' stalking, I don't know what is.
-That's called business.
Oh, very high powered(!)
I'll tell him you were after him, will I?
I couldn't help noticing you.
You've got amazing cheekbones.
Have you ever done any modelling?
You really should give it a try. It's good money.
What, are you a model?
Yeah. About six years.
-You all right there?
I reckon you'd have a really good chance,
if you wanted to go for it.
The hair's wrong, obviously,
but that's easily fixed.
Not sure about the nose, mind.
You've not had any work done, have you?
-On your face?
Listen, I've got a girlfriend.
Bit of a non-sequitur, but good to know.
What's her name?
Hi. Who's your friend?
Drew's been telling me all about you.
So, how long have you two guys been together?
I'm sorry, who are you?
This is Frankie. She's a model.
Oh, right? What sort of stuff?
Oh, you know. Fashion, promos.
Magazines? Which one?
-This and that.
-Are you serious?
If you're going to lie, at least make it a bit of a challenge.
I'm not lying.
Honey-pie. Well done for covering!
How many bags have you done?
-Loads? As in hardly any?
Have you been at this stuff?
Smells like it.
My mammy was right about you. You ARE an idiot!
I'd really rather you and your mother didn't call me that.
Look at the state of the place! Nothing's been done!
Oh, I knew it was a mistake to get involved with you!
You got involved with me? You asked me to help you.
Aye, some help!
I used to wonder why Jimmy chose to go to jail.
I've sussed it. It's you and your constant nagging.
What are you talking about?
I used to feel sorry for him.
Listening to you like a broken record all these years?
No wonder he didn't choose to go to prison earlier.
Look who's talking! A model citizen there(!)
Even your family kicked you out on the street, you washed up dope-heid!
What are you doing?
It's been a gas, lass, but I'm haulin' ass.
Hey, you cannae go now!
You cannae leave me. There's no time!
What am I supposed to do now?
Set yourself to turbo power!
Pete! Pete, I'm no' joking here.
She told me the other week and I...
..well, I think I blamed her a bit, deep down.
How was it her fault?
She was the one that was meant to be dealing with...
It takes two to tango, mate.
You should have thought about what could go wrong.
Thanks for that, Captain Hindsight(!)
Listen, I think you'd be a great dad.
Cassie might not see that yet.
You need to show her.
Bob, please, don't tell Cassie I told you...
or anybody else. She'd kill me.
I get it. You're secret's safe with me, mate.
All right, give us a hug...
Do you want a wee orange juice?
You told him.
-You had no right. You had no right to tell him.
Cassie, I'm not like you.
I had to talk through how I'm feeling.
What is that supposed to mean? That I have no feelings?
-Did you talk to about that with Bob?
Did you tell him how I'm like a robot?
Did you tell the guy at the bar?
"Poor me! I live with an automaton?"
What did he have to say about you putting up with living with
a woman with no feelings?
Hello? Anyone home?
-Don't darling me!
What happened to you coming straight back?
Relax. I had things to do.
More important than sticking to what you said you would do?
Answer my question! Why am I always the bottom of the list?
What? You're the top of any list. Number one priority.
-Really? Well, where have you been all day?
-I got distracted.
By that mouthy cow, Scarlett Mullen?
-I couldn't care less about her.
Then why you were running after her with her gloves?
How do you know that?
-You heard that!
You were inside that shed.
You let me stand there like a lemon and make a fool of myself
in front of HER!
Look, look, me and Scarlett's partnership has been dissolved,
I've got all the time in the world for you now.
You don't get it, Pete, do you?
I don't want to be an afterthought.
I want more than the dregs of your time.
Come on, Caitlin.
I'm doing this stuff for us. For the boy.
Oh, aye? Well, don't bother!
Taking the long way home, are you, Scarlett?
You've got to believe me. I never meant anything by telling him.
Cassie, I'm sorry. I had to speak to somebody.
This is the biggest thing that's ever happened to me.
Except it's me it's happening to.
So, if you need to talk to somebody about my private life,
my body, my stuff, then talk to me or just shut the heck up!
I would talk to you if I could ever get you to stand still for
long enough or even look at me.
How could you, Angus? I specifically asked you not to.
He's my best mate!
How the hell am I supposed to talk about it with your mates in the pub?
It is not the Celtic-Rangers score, Angus.
There are medical reasons why you're not supposed to tell anyone
before 12 weeks.
I was just proud about becoming a dad.
Are you still not getting this?
I am not ready to share this. I'm struggling...
-I know, it's huge...
What I'm trying to say is I don't know what this means for me, OK?
Aye, so you keep telling me.
Fancy a few give and goes?
No, you're all right.
How's your mum?
Not sure what you did to her, but she's pretty raging the now.
I messed up.
I should have paid more attention. Now I've blown it.
What happened with you?
Some other lassie. Frankie.
Enjoy it while you can, son. Play the field.
I don't want to play the field.
Be a rambling man. Stay on the outside.
I don't want to stay on the outside. I want to get close to Jules.
Keep one foot outside the door, ready for a quick getaway.
Wham, bam, thank you, ma'am.
Is that what you did to Mum?
When she left you? Played the field?
It was another time.
I was in a bad place, I wasn't good for you.
Actually, I need some advice about your mum.
Here's my advice.
If you care about Mum, then show her.
Either way, sort yourself out
and stop trying to use me to get to her!
Aw, you're kidding me on!
Come this way, please.
What do you think?
Any time anything looks like it might be going right,
there's always a spanner in the works.
Let me guess - Pete.
He's trying to wheedle his way back in here.
So, why don't you let him?
Because I owe it to Drew to protect him.
Are you sure it's not yourself you're protecting?
What's he done now?
He's been in here complimenting me on my hair and I made him tea
and it just went cold.
I'm not sure that would stand up in court as grounds for a divorce.
Ellie, you know what he's like.
I'm not risking Drew's happiness to get back with his father
-and that's it!
-Oh, get off your high horse.
Don't use Drew as an excuse to reject Pete.
Neither of them will thank you for that.
What are you on?
Caitlin, Drew isn't made of glass.
He's been crying out for a dad. You are scared of the commitment!
I'm not scared of anything.
Well, what do you suggest I do?
Just take it slowly, see what happens.
Just give it a chance at least.
I've seen the way you two look at each other.
How bad could it be?
Caitlin, every so often, you need to do something for yourself.
I know the kids are your life,
but you have to allow yourself a chance at happiness too.
What if it goes wrong?
What if it goes right?
# Caitlin and Pete up a tree.... #
Oh, Spare me!
# K-I-S-S-I-N-G! #
Cut it out.
Sorry, I'm not very good with needles.
You're not on your own there.
This is just to check your iron levels and your blood type.
If you're anaemic, we can help you with iron supplements.
We just have some formalities to complete
before you decide what to do.
What is your marital status?
And is your husband the father?
Is anybody forcing you to be here today, to make this decision?
Is there anything going on at home,
anything that's driving you to feel you have to make this decision?
No, not at all. We're just not ready...
I'm just not ready.
What is the reason for the termination?
I... I just...
I feel it's not the right time for me to have a child.
Hello? Anyone home?
Look at you! You look so grown-up!
I'm glad you're home. I've been pacing the floor in here.
Does your mum know you're here?
Yeah, I was really hoping to talk to her,
but she had to go to the hospital with Katy.
Right, OK. So, what's wrong with you?
Problem at school.
I was just... I was just there, you know? Guilty by association.
You've lost me.
I just wanted to come home and explain things to Mum.
It's hard being a squaddie's daughter sometimes.
FRONT DOOR OPENS
Right, well, now's your chance, eh?
How did Katy get on?
She's doing fine. Another check-up in six months.
Oh, that's great. Where is she?
I left her with AJ. Could you go pick her up, please?
I need to have a word with Frankie.
We've just been talking about Frankie's school situation.
It does sound quite complicated.
That's really interesting, because I've just had the headmaster on the phone about the same thing.
Right, well, we don't want
the situation where Frankie's made the scapegoat.
I'll bear that in mind.
Right, I'll leave you two to chat.
It was only a bit of fun.
A girl has ended up in hospital.
They're talking about a possible criminal case. Expulsion!
Like Annie said, I'm just being made a scapegoat.
According to the headmaster, you were the ringleader!
All the other parents are supporting their kids.
Have all the other parents been up to the head before to plead
for their daughter's future?
Have they signed good behaviour agreements and had their
daughter's reassurance that this will never happen again?
Every single time I have cleared up after you,
you have messed up again.
So, this is a line in the sand, Frankie. No more.
Whatever happens from here, things will take their course.
I can't believe you're saying this.
That girl could have died.
She made sure she was found.
How can you be so callous?
How can you be so weak?
Can I sit down?
I want to apologise.
No need. I messed up.
I've been too hard on you, Pete.
I know you're just trying to support Drew and I really appreciate that.
Caitlin, let's be honest.
I'm a useless father and partner.
You're right, I'm an idiot.
You're not an idiot.
And who am I to talk, anyway?
A woman with more kids than O-Levels.
Darling. You're the cleverest, funniest woman I know.
I wouldn't have you any other way.
Will you still buy him the boots?
Drew - the football boots?
You only want me for my money?
Aye, that's right...
I thought that maybe you could come round tonight.
Maybe we could...choose a pair?
The three of us?
Drew's going out with Jules.
The two of us?
I'd love to... "choose some football boots".
Seven o'clock OK?
But Pete, don't let me down.
Cross my heart.
You are just over six weeks pregnant.
It's early, so there are two options available to you
if you wish to proceed.
You can opt for the tablet, or you can have surgery.
< I'm here!
Can we go somewhere less public?
I want to talk about my share of the money.
-It's Tuesday. Bin day.
I'm not quite getting this, Scarlett.
I hid the bag in the bin.
THE bag, with all the stuff in it. It's gone!
-You put it in the bin?!
Lenny Murdoch was sniffing about, so I panicked.
-Is there any left?
-No, the whole stash is gone.
I needed that money!
Never mind the money! I'm dead! Jimmy's dead!
Right... let's calm down, deep breaths.
Where does the bin lorry go after here?
I think it goes to Mossgreen.
-That's a dead end.
-It's too late. It's gone.
What is that?
I'm going to commit grand theft auto.
I'm really sorry, mate.
I didn't mean to cause such a rift.
I don't know what her problem is.
She thinks you betrayed her trust.
She said she told you not to tell anybody.
Aye, but it's really hard when there's nobody to speak to.
There's no instruction manual on how to deal with this situation. I'm trying my best.
But you messed up. We both did.
Do you think I can make it right?
Aye, of course you can.
I just... I never know where I am with her at the moment.
She wants my support, but then she's pushing me away all the time.
Do you want to go after him?
No, mate, I'll catch him later.
This is more important.
What are you going to do?
Look, she just needs to know that you're there for her.
How can I be there for her if I don't even know where she is?
I mean right now - where is she right now?
I can get you an appointment for next week.
But I have to say, Cassie, it seems like you're having reservations.
No, I'm not. But...
my husband just really wants me to go through with the pregnancy,
and so I just...
..I feel guilty that I can't give him what he wants.
This isn't up to your husband.
This has to absolutely be your call, your decision. Nobody else's.
I just, I feel...
It's just hard.
It isn't easy.
But we are here to support you, without judgment,
to help you decide what's best for your future.
And even though you're here today,
doesn't mean you have to go through with anything.
Do you understand?
You look nice.
So...is Dad coming round?
You all right with that?
I know he's an idiot and he talks a lot of rubbish, but...
KNOCK AT DOOR
LOUDER KNOCKING AT DOOR
Who is it?
Did you get it?
My work here is done. I'm out of here!
I cannae do this on my own. I need you with me.
Who are we dealing with here?
I don't know.
You don't know?
I've done it all over the phone.
I just know that they're going to send somebody to meet me.
You are stinking, by the way!
Oh, there you are!
What have you been up to?
I was working! The devil's hands make idle work.
It's a saying.
Have you got my blender?
-I'll bring it back tomorrow.
-Along with my rent?
-And the breakfast money?
What's happening with you, Pete?
I told you. I was working. I had to chase the bin lorry.
I don't mean that. I mean you, the state you're in.
Is this the business you're in with Scarlett?
You do know it's illegal.
Don't worry about me! Where there's muck, there's money.
Watch yourself, it won't end well.
I don't know how she does it.
Don't you think you're being a bit hard on her?
I know that you see the best in Frankie,
but I'm worried that she's out of control.
The school has made it crystal clear to me
that she was the leader of that gang.
And you're taking their word for it?
Yes, Annie. Why would they make it up?
And it's gone on for years.
I don't know, she's a teenager.
She's maybe just acting out, she's a smart girl.
We've all been there.
You maybe, not me.
I look at Frankie and I just feel this gulf between us.
And she hates me and I don't know why.
She doesn't hate you.
I can't deal with both her and Katie.
Well, maybe that's part of the problem.
It's hard being an older sibling.
The younger one gets all the attention.
But you never bullied anyone, Annie.
Well, how do you know?
Well, I suppose you bullied me.
No, I didn't.
I love both my children so much...
but I really feel like I don't know Frankie.
Sorry, but it's true.
You just need a break from all this.
I'm so sick and tired of dealing with her lies
and her troublemaking by myself.
Having an absent father halfway round the world
-doesn't help, does it?
-It's not fair.
What time are they getting here?
Any minute now.
I've brought insurance. You can never be too careful.
I need a drink.
Here's to our partnership!
Open late tonight, Scarlett?
Bottle of malt.
Pete, would you assist this customer, please?
Come through the back shop
and we'll sort out that vegetable delivery.
Right, here we are, right...
A bottle of malt.
Absolutely. What kind would you like?
There you are.
Are you not going to tell me how much I owe you?
Thank you, Mrs Morrison.
Take care of yourself.
THEY EXCLAIM AND SQUEAL
Didnae think you'd be here.
Why wouldn't I be?
I don't know.
Just cos of the way that Frankie lassie was looking at me.
I trust you.
You know she was hitting on me?
Drew, you take everything so seriously.
Is that a good thing...
or a bad thing?
It's a great thing.
If you ever tell a soul!
My lips are sealed.
Are you finished with that wine?
Have you see Bob?
-I saw Pete...
-What was he saying?
Whatever he said, he's a liar.
No, he didn't say anything,
but I do know what business you're both into.
Are you sure you know what you're doing?
What's it to you?
I know you need the money and everything,
but do you even know who you're selling to?
I do, actually. It's a cancer group.
I wouldn't gie it to just anybody.
Did you know I had cancer?
I didn't, right, and I'm sorry.
But I still think...
It's totally illegal.
Look, just watch yourself, all right? You and Pete.
I will. And you just mind your own business.
You been kidnapped?
Is that for me?
Yeah, I got a bit nervous. Needed a bit of Dutch courage.
Oh, well, it's the thought that counts.
I've got something else for you.
I was waiting for you to fail.
I thought you were at it as usual.
How much is there?
As much as you need.
And there's more to come.
So we can really can order Drew's boots?
And Ruby's school uniform's in rags too, so...
Get something for yourself as well, darling. You deserve it.
I don't need anything, Pete.
What I want is to know that I can really trust you.
You can. 100%.
I can see you've changed.
It's you and me, darling.
Against the world.
-Don't let me down.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
I made your favourite...
waffles, maple syrup and cream.
So, what's happening?
I had the scan done.
6-and-a-half weeks pregnant.
I'm-I'm sorry, I've been a total eejit about this.
I shouldn't have called the doctor in without telling you,
and I shouldn't have told Bob.
I want to support you.
I'm sorry, I just...
I always... I want to do the right thing and protect you,
but I end up doing the opposite.
I love you.
Why now, Angus?
-Why say that now?
I don't know. It just seemed...
Seemed like the right thing to say?
Yeah, but I mean it.
But, you know, everything is just happening so fast.
It's all in the wrong order again.
What do you mean?
We meet, we get married,
and then we fall in love?
We did, didn't we?
When we have a baby, I want it to be
at the right time for the right reasons
for both of us.
But things happen, life happens.
Cassie, you can't plan everything.
I'm stepping up to the plate for you here.
When we finally make a decision, then I'm there for you.
I've made the decision.
I've made an appointment.
I can't go through with this, I'm not ready.
He's heartbroken, Cassie.
He wants a wean so much.
Well done, you, for putting your size sixes right in it.
I was doing it for you.
If you go through with this tomorrow,
I don't see what the way forward would be for us.
I can't have this baby
any more than you can stand by and watch me lose it.
Where did you get the name?
It's not Annie, she would never betray my trust.
Really, because that's what I thought about you.
Everyone else's parents stood up for them, but not you.
You just left me high and dry.
I'm actually looking for some directions.