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This isnae what it looks like.
The pair of you are lucky I haven't picked up the phone to the polis.
You're my son. We're just the same.
I don't have a dad.
What's going on with you, Pete? You're not yourself.
Maybe we should be a bit more...open.
Open to what?
I get an education, and I get trained as a footballer.
-When do you go?
-It says here next week.
Little Drew, all growed-up.
You won't say anything. Will you? Frankie?
Drew McLean, I love you.
PHONE ALERT BEEPS
What you doing?
You cannae leave Honey Bun.
You'd scream blue murder unless you had that in bed with you.
Aye, when I was about five.
PHONE ALERT BEEPS
You playing hard to get?
It's my da. He's been texting me all night.
-I'll speak to him.
How could you have ever have fallen for a loser like him?
Eh, if wasn't for my bad judgment and romantic nature,
you wouldn't be here. You should go and see him.
We're not fighting today, right?
You don't have to love him or like him, but you have to say
bye to him before you go halfway across the world.
He's still your da. Gie him ten minutes.
He disnae deserve it.
Look who it is. Where've you been?
If I didn't know my apples from my onions,
I'd say you've been ignoring me.
Yeah, the other night in the Candle Room...
When you kissed me and I fell truly, madly in love with you
and haven't been able to sleep since?
Oh, don't get all serious! It was just a kiss.
Albeit a pretty good one.
It's a shame you both left.
Well, after that many shots, I'm a bit like the Little Mermaid.
Either the voice goes, or the legs.
Turned out it was both.
So, eh, we're OK?
'Course! I deal really easy with one nighters.
Just move on to someone else.
Oh, it wasn't...
I really like you. I mean...
who wouldn't? It's just...
You've a boyfriend, I know.
Though he didn't seem to mind.
He practically threw us together.
You don't fancy hitting the town tonight. Me and you?
It's a bit short notice. Maybe another time?
Well, as me mam always says,
"No point hovering over the reduced section
"when you can always get it fresh."
I don't really understand what that means.
Me neither. She just says it all the time.
Anyways, if you change your mind, you know where I am, Barry.
OK. Oh, and it's Gary.
CAR HONKS HORN
Drew, hold up.
What is it? I'm going to see Jules.
Room for one more?
-Look, I'll come see you later.
-I-I don't want to, like,
pressure you or that, but is there a time that you might...you know?
12, One? Two? No, that's probably a bit late for lunch, isn't it?
-Lunchtime, all right?
-Perfect. That's perfect.
-Is everything OK with Pete?
He doesn't look fine.
Well, he's not been sleeping the last few weeks.
Up all night, cleaning, organising.
The flat's never looked better.
And is that out the ordinary for him?
Normally, I can't get him to empty the dishwasher.
But now...he's organising the spices in alphabetical order
and burying the tattie peelings in the allotment.
How long's that been going on for?
Och, he's been a bit up and down.
All that stuff with him and...
How do you mean, "up and down"?
Nothing, it's just... Ah.
Here he is, the one and only Drewnaldo!
Where's he gone?
What's it matter? Pete's a big boy.
AJ, these symptoms don't sound like someone who's just struggling.
It sounds like he needs help.
Well, I'm there.
Nearly home. Which means...
You get one week of me doing whatever you want.
I think it's only fair after a whole week with your lot.
-I played along...
-Yeah, yeah, I know.
So, as of now, you get me at your beck and call.
Seven whole days.
Such a boy, so gross.
Be a doll and get the door, will you?
Oh, and the bags, too.
I think it's the least you can do.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Tell the truth - it's a bit cringe, isn't it?
-I think its absolutely...
I think we'll be needing a few more of these today, eh?
I'm glad you both like it.
He's gonnae love it.
You don't think its too much?
It's gorgeous. Just like you.
She's no' answering her phone.
Don't worry. She'll be here.
What we did last week was a mistake. Nothing.
Right. So that's what we're calling me now?
That's what you said.
It was just wrong, all right?
Was it, though?
Because you said that it was amazing.
-That I was...
-It was wrong to Jules, all right?
Right, so it's all about how she feels, is it?
-Yeah, never mind me.
-It was you who asked me...
I was drunk.
What, you think I'd do that to my best friend?
I was drunk and sad,
and you took advantage of that. Of me.
Whit? That's no' what happened.
It's the way I remember it.
we both wanted it.
So you admit that you wanted it?
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
Sorry I'm late.
Totally lost track of time.
What did I miss?
I'm waiting for the kettle to...
45, 46, 47, 48...
So what are you thinking?
Well, I can't say for sure, but he's displaying signs of bipolar.
No, no, he's not bipolar.
elevated mood swings,
obsessive compulsive behaviour.
-Sounds like you're describing yourself.
Pete needs to see a mental health specialist, OK?
-What is this?
Wait, what you doing here, doc?
Annie just wanted to have a wee chat with you.
I want you both to leave.
I didn't mean to cause...
I won't ask you again. Drew'll be here soon,
I don't want either of you spoiling our afternoon.
No. No, I can't.
And here was me thinking you were a woman of your word.
I am. But those...
Those are hobbit feet.
After everything that your brothers put me through,
you cannae even manage a wee foot massage.
SHE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
Seven days. It's only seven days.
HE EXHALES DEEPLY
How's me little Irn Bru chew today?
Oh! You gave me a fright.
Uh, aye, he's good. I'm good.
Very good. Tickety-boo.
W-What are you up to?
I'm bored out my skull over there.
I mean, the Bubba's a lovely fella,
but he don't half bring the mood down.
Cha-Cha Slide was on the radio this morning,
I couldn't even get a slide to the left out him.
-My crisscross is legendary.
-Bet it is!
Hey, what you up to tonight?
Eh, me? Nothing.
-You don't fancy hitting the town, do you?
-Oh, I'd love that, actually.
Fancy picking me up here? Eight?
Right, well, I better get back,
before the gaffer changes the radio station and I've got to
listen to Songs of the Sad and Desperate all afternoon.
Right, well, I'll see you at eight then, Robbie.
Here, got you something.
You dinnae need to get me anything.
Turn it around.
Ach, well, what's a fiver between pals?
Couldnae have done it without you.
I'm expecting 10% of everything you earn.
You know, you were the only person that ever thought I could
dae something with my life.
That's no true. Lenny thought you'd make a smashing wee car thief(!)
You gonnae be all right?
Top o' the world, and all that.
Right, take care, wee man.
Here you go, lovely!
Caramel coffee mocha with an extra shot,
just how you like it.
Oh, you're a little treasure, aren't you?
Hoaw! Do I no' get one?
Who do you think I am, Flash Cash Harry?
Would you like a wee sugar sachet, son?
I tell you, if you were ten years younger...
Well, it has been said that I have the flexibility
of a 50-year-old.
Well, I thought at the very least there'd be a welcome banner.
Oh, look at the state of you!
Wi' a face like that, you should be in Edinburgh Zoo!
Thank God you're back, mate.
-Ow! My arm.
never know my own strength.
Buddy, if you're looking for the Towie auditions,
they're sort of 400 miles south.
So what the hell happened to you?
Aw, sorry, I didn't realise you were both...
How long have you two been going out for?
We're not together.
There's a lot of vibes coming from the two of you.
They boys have had mair girlfriends than I've had hot dinners.
He's the new you,
only bigger and better looking.
It's, eh...it's great.
Oh, I know that look.
Can't kid a kidder.
Look, you need to know,
I love your mum. Always have.
All that stuff with Scarlett was a blip. A mistake.
How could you no' stop yourself?
I wanted to,
but a part of me said, "Do it. I dare you."
And so I... I'm not proud of it.
If I could have my time again, I'd be honest about it.
Honest? You're supposed to say you widnae dae it.
I don't regret it. I wanted to do it, so I did.
-I need to leave.
-Not like this.
You haven't finished opening all your presents.
I'm trying to be nice to you here.
"Trying"? You shouldn't need to try,
I'm your dad - you can be honest with me.
Honest? All right. I don't want to be here,
-no' after what you done to us.
-You don't mean that.
I'm your dad.
We're the same, you and me. We are.
Girl trouble? See, running away, leaving your family,
going after your own dreams. I've done all that.
I am nothing like you.
You can't go. Look at the nick of me?
The doctor said something's not right about me, maybe she's right.
I mean, in here, it's all so fast and confused, and I can't stop
thinking about myself, but when I met you, things were...
Things were clearer, and it wasn't always about me.
It's always about you!
You can't leave!
Your mother, she won't cope.
She needs you!
She's happy for me!
She won't tell you, but I will.
You'll break her heart, running away.
I mean, I should know - I did the same to my mother.
And I've never had the chance to fix it.
I mean, y-you told me, that you heard Caitlin
crying herself to sleep when Jenny went to Uni.
And you're...you're gonnae do the same to her?
You see it, don't you? SHE WON'T COPE!
You see it, don't you?
You know I'm right.
You need to stay.
You're our kid. You're our wee boy.
PETE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
So her family did that to you?
They were just playing.
-They play rough.
And how's everything wi' you and Cassie?
Aye, good. Great, actually.
You should come over tonight for some dinner and a few jars.
I'm the last person she'll want to see.
Some of the things I said to her was bang out of order.
She's no' one to hold a grudge.
I'll deal wi' it. She owes me anyway.
It's her fault I'm stuck with the tattoo.
Tattoo? What tattoo?
Like I said, she owes me.
Get down, everybody. He's coming.
Don't do that!
I very near choked on my chuggie.
You have got to be joking me!
Did you know about this?
Gies a cuddle then, big yin.
Oof! You have fair shed the beef.
Let's see how long you manage to keep it off for, eh?
She didn't want me to tell you she was coming
cos she wanted it to be a surprise for...
-What's going on? ALL:
He was always a soggy biscuit, that one.
How would you know?
Anyone putting on the kettle? I am gaspin'.
Don't think you're staying here.
Move that into your room, Ellie. Unpack my stuff.
I'll stay there as long as its not a single bed.
-Mum, I think we need to talk about this.
So, if this is a party...
where's the tunes, eh?
-Take it things didn't go well with your dad?
-I hate him.
Sit down. Talk to me.
What's going on?
-I don't want to go.
-'Course you do.
I thought I did, I wanted to get away fae here, but I don't.
It's scary doing something new, but...
you need to go.
-What, you wanting rid of me?
-Are you joking, Drew?
If I could keep you all here until the day I die, I would.
Last thing I want is for you to go.
Good, then, I'm staying.
Drew, you need to be really sure this is what you want.
I'm not Dad, and I'm no' running away.
What did he say?
Nothing. I just don't want to go.
I can change my mind, can't I?
'Course you can. So long as its your decision.
So I'm staying.
So Gran's back?
Aye, she is.
How'd you feel about that?
Oh, they are red raw rotten.
No offence, son, but we'll not be paying for them.
I'll bring you money over for them later.
You've always been a soft touch, haven't you?
-Uh, listen I need to have a word about Pete.
Mum, did you not get my message? I told you not to come.
Has anyone ever told you you look like a speccy Omar Sharif?
I can honestly say...never.
People say that I've got the voice of a young Barbra Streisand.
We could make movie magic thegither, if you fancied.
A wee announcement, everybody.
You were supposed to be at a leaving party,
but that's no' quite went to plan.
So think of this now as more of a Drew is staying party.
Seriously? You're staying?
CAITLIN LAUGHS WEAKLY
Sorry, AJ, what were you saying?
So where's Ellie gonnae sleep?
She's got her own room.
I'm in there.
You can't expect your wee sister to concertina herself on the couch.
See, this is typical of you - you walk all over her.
You always have done.
How do you know what I've ever done?
You huvnae been there to see it.
Well, how could I be?
I had to go out and work to put shirts on your back.
-And drink in the cupboards?
-I haven't had a drink in months.
Weeks, Maw. You ruined our Ellie's Christmas cos, yet again,
you couldn't look after yourself.
I needed her! She was there for me,
which is more than I can say for you.
And who was the one that picked you aff the kitchen floor night
after night cos you were too busy slavering over yourself?
Right, can we just calm it?
Cos we've guests, you know.
Oh, well, I don't care. I have nothing to be embarrassed about.
See that's always been your problem, you don't care -
for us, yourself. Never have done.
Oh, you see, this is typical of the big yin.
Don't call me that!
Oh, come on, Caitlin, you've shed a few pound, nothing changes.
You're still the same lazy, feckless, self-centred little...
Here. Might as well have this the noo,
cos nae doubt it'll be my fault when you drink it later anyway.
All I ever wanted was for you two
to be better than me.
At least one of you is.
The front door's the other way!
I thought this was meant to be a party. Put the music on.
I don't want to do this.
did I, or did I not sit through a whole week of family meals
while all three of your brothers,
and your mother, referred to me as Robbie SMALLtrane?
Did I, or did I not, play rugby with your so-called "gentle" brothers?
Though it's called American football.
It's rugby. With shoulder pads.
And did I say anything when they
-took me to the tattoo parlour and...
-To be fair, that was your idea.
I was drunk.
-It's not my fault you can't hold your liquor.
After everything I've done for you,
all I'm asking is for you to spend some time wi' Bob.
All right, all right.
Can I help you, love?
Not calling me "love" would be a good start.
You must be Cassie. Heard a lot about you.
All good things, I take it?
This was a bad idea.
Everything all right, Cass?
I was wondering if perhaps you...
...wanted to have dinner... you and me?
You and me? No Angus?
I think it'd be nice for us just to
spend some time together.
But only if you want to.
Ah...I would love that.
Looking forward to it.
Aye, me, tae!
That was a lie, wasn't it?
You're no' just a pretty face, are you?
No, I'm also a cracking pair of pecs.
So you staying now?
Then we need to talk.
You can't expect me to sit between you and Jules every day and
pretend like nothing's happened?
Like I don't have feelings?
Please, Frankie, don't tell her.
You haven't given me a choice, Drew.
She's my best friend,
You really think I'm going to lie to her every day?
She deserves to know the truth.
-Maybe I could be persuaded.
I love Jules, and she loves me.
Well, let's put that to the test, then.
-Out my way, blondie.
-Gran, where you going?
I am not be staying in a place where I'm not welcome.
Oh, you have got to be kidding me?
Since when has this clown been back on the scene?
Margaret, it's been a long time.
Not long enough.
Caitlin! Out here now!
I see age has mellowed you(!)
And I see you're still putting that hair dye through your napper.
-You always were a charmer.
And you always were a good-for-nothing swine
wi' an ego as inflated as your kebab gut.
You still running aboot with this heid-the-baw?
I mean, I know you're man-daft and you cannae be on your own, but this?
I mean, this is something else.
-What you wanting, Pete?
-Money, I bet.
Och, Mum, will you just go inside?
No, I am not staying in a place where I'm not welcome.
Your case is empty.
Well, Ellie must have unpacked it without my permission.
What? What am I supposed to do?
Take half an hour to fold my knickers and then storm off?
No, no, you made it perfectly clear to me that...
Oh, can we just quit the amateur dramatics and go inside?
I will, since you asked nicely.
I see hell's opened its third dimension and let the beast run free?
Do you want something, Pete?
Yeah, AJ told me you were having a party.
I must have missed the invite.
I wrote a song for Drew. About leaving.
Well, you'll no' need to sing it to him - he's staying.
Really? Can I see him?
Please, he's my boy.
Drew, w-we can't.
Not with everybody downstairs.
I need you to just...
What have you done?
HE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
I-I'm sorry, it was...
It was an accident.
What was an...?
Who was it?
Was it someone I know?
It doesn't matter.
I was drunk, she was, she was in at me, twisting stuff.
You know what she's like. I wasn't thinking clearly...
and so I...
I slept with her.
I wanted to be honest with you.
I didn't want to be a liar.
Just a cheat.
Before you came round.
We were drinking and...
No wonder you were tired.
Was I not good enough?
No. It was a mistake, a stupid mistake.
It was nothing like it was with you.
..cos you're amazing.
And she's nothing. Nothing.
You're being honest so that's...
That's good, I suppose.
As long as it was...
Here you go.
So, I thought I might go out tonight.
Oh, where are we going?
It's sort of with someone else.
Oh, who are you...?
Yeah. That is all right, isn't it?
Erm. Yeah. Yeah. I guess it is.
Your face isn't really saying it's OK.
No, it is. It's just... I didn't expect it to happen so...
Look, I can cancel it if you want.
No. No. Like you said, this can, will...
It's not a date, is it?
No. No. It's not a date.
It's just like a night out,
with someone else. And then I come home to you, only you.
That's the deal.
That makes sense.
I can say to...
Don't tell me his name. I'd rather not know.
I think it's easier if we don't know the details.
Don't you think?
You sure this is OK?
I might go out myself.
I was asked, and if you're going out, then maybe I should too.
Come and see this. It's a total car crash.
I can't get the fingers... It's eh, it doesn't feel quite...
Caitlin, gonnae get Johnny Nae-Cash to get the tunes back on?
Mum, he's written a song for Drew. It's really sweet.
Can we talk, Frankie? Outside.
Drew! Drew, don't go. This one's for you.
Everything all right, babe?
You slept with him.
It's not what you think.
You about to tell me that you were drunk, too?
He did this. I was sad and vulnerable and...
You should go.
This party's for family and friends.
Jules, he did this.
Nice try, but I know you.
You're an insecure, petty, two-faced spoilt cow
who'll do anything to stop anyone around her being happy.
He did this. Why am I being punished for it?
..you're nothing. A nobody.
Even your own dad doesn't want to be around you.
Jules, Jules. I swear it wasn't...
# He's a star striker, five foot four
# Ready to rock and ready to score
# He's my baby boy... #
TELEPHONE: DREW: 'You're amazing. You're amazing.'
-'I don't know if we should be doing...'
You see, that's not the right words, eh...
Next verse, I promise.
Oh, promises? You're good at them. Sending maintenance money?
Not so much.
# I've got the Drew Blues
# Swapping Shieldinch for football shoes
# I got the Drew Blues... #
You see, I should have rewritten that bit.
But you see, I didn't know he was staying then.
Is everything all right?
Because you know I love you, right?
Och, lets just give up the ghost.
-Let's get on some Jessie J.
# Burning down on me
# You make me feel good... #
If she strips down to her bra, you're dealing with it.
I'm being serious.
Everybody. Everybody. Can I have your attention please?
This is the worst party I've ever been to!
You cannae even build up a sweat on the dance floor.
I've something I'd like to show everybody.
Oh, oh, Drew!
Ellie! Ellie, get the telly on.
See, I made this video for Drew
to show how I felt about him, and I...
Oh, wait till you see it. Brought a tear to my eye.
I thought that only happened when you opened your purse.
Ruby, could you go upstairs and get me my bag?
I want to see it, too.
I had made you a video, when I thought you were going.
Honestly, Drew, it's lovely.
Wait till you see what she's done for you.
Only you're not going now, but you should...
See it. Absolutely.
TELEVISION: 'This is amazing. You're amazing.'
'You're amazing. Do you hear me?'
'I don't know if we should be doing... '
Is that Frankie?
What is this?
Turn that off, Jules! Turn it off!
This bit's my favourite.
'I didn't know it could be like this.'
Turn it off!
Don't just stand there, go after her.
Jules! Please, Jules, listen!
I didn't know she was filming it.
You know I love you!
You don't love me, Drew. You love this. The attention.
Idiots like me and Frankie throwing ourselves at you
and being made a fool of.
That's what she wants.
She wants to split us up,
she's always been trying to get in the middle of us.
She didn't do this. YOU did.
You said you were being honest.
You couldn't even do THAT right.
Jules. I'm sorry, I promise.
You were my first.
You meant everything to me.
Not any more. Don't bother phoning.
Your number's getting blocked.
Oh, wait, Jules!
Bye, then. See you.
Well, I'm sure they've got plenty to gas about for the next few weeks.
How did I not see this? Two lassies, under my own roof.
Well, you know where he got the idea from.
Like father, like son.
At least he's using protection.
More than you had the sense to do.
How do you know that he was using...
He came to me a few weeks ago and...
I really feel I shouldn't finish that sentence.
You knew our son was having sex in my house,
and you never thought to mention it?
You are incredible.
It wasn't a compliment!
No, no, Caitlin. Not my guitar. It's my Dad's.
Oh, really? Well, you told Drew it was Eric Clapton's.
And you told me it was Buddy Holly's.
He told me it was Roy Orbison's.
Well, he did.
This is the LAST time, Pete.
Don't EVER cross my door again, you got it?
Come on, Caitlin. Don't be like that. We need each other.
We do. We'll bounce back.
No, not this time!
You won't ever come near here ever again!
He's my son.
If it wasn't for me, he'd be off, never to be seen.
I got down on my knees and I begged him, begged to stay for you.
Because we're the same, baby. We need him.
You should be thanking me for making him stay here.
No, no, no! Not my guitar! No! no... Caitlin.
Stay away! Or I swear to God...
-My guitar, Caitlin, what have you done? My guitar.
Ah, if it ain't my little friend. So...
Have you come for a romp under the bonnet?
Oh, no, I...
I'm only joking. I never mix business with pleasure.
I did it once and I ruined the interior of a Peugeot 206.
That offer...of tonight.
I'd like to take you up on it.
Oh, right. Well, erm...
You've changed your mind. Sorry.
No. I haven't changed anything.
No. I'd like that, Larry.
My name's Gary.
Yeah, I know. It's just...
I read a book once and it said that if you like someone,
in that way, then you should call them by the wrong name.
To keep them interested or something. Sorry. Stupid, I know.
That's what I get for reading a book.
I'll see you outside the pub at eight.
Hey. That was a rhyme.
What you doing?
-You heard me. Out.
You don't mean that.
Aye, I do. Still plenty of time to get to the airport.
Your taxi's been phoned.
I said I don't want to go!
And I said you're out! You're not staying here!
Not under my roof. What you did to that wee lassie...
You disgust me, do you hear me?
I can't even look at you.
I'll speak to Jules, I'll make it better.
I'm no interested.
You can't just chuck me out.
I can. And I'll tell you for why.
Because I am sick of it. Sick of you. This.
Sick to the back teeth of you pulling us down.
Sick of you sponging off me.
Of staying up half the night worried out my skull
that you're either out getting drunk or stoned or hurting yourself.
And now, what?
I have to worry about you getting wee lassies pregnant?
I can't do it any more, I cannae. You're out.
No. I know what you're doing. I'm not going.
You don't have a choice.
I said, I'm not going!
Taxi for Mclean?
Mum. Please. I can't go, not like this. Everything's a mess.
Naw. YOU'RE a mess. Like me. Like your dad. You're going.
Getting the hell away from all of this.
Let's go inside and talk about...
There's nothing to talk about! Your time's up.
You've had 16 years sponging off me. No more.
No, I know what you're doing.
You're trying to push me to go.
Your nana needs the room and I need the cash.
CRIES: I can't believe you're doing this to me.
I cannae believe you're standing in the middle of the street,
bubbling like a big kid.
Maybe we should've packed that teddy after all.
Please, can we just go in and talk?
-Glasgow Airport, please.
-I said I don't want to go! Mum, please!
I said I don't want to go! Mum, please.
You go over there and you make something of your life.
Do you hear me? You be better than me. Better than him.
Your dad. Do you understand?
You get out there and you show them. Show them all.
You make me proud because you are the best wee man I know.
I love you.
More than life itself.
You two. In. Now.
Robbie! Robbie! Hold up.
I was going to phone you. Only I don't know your number.
Then I was going to Facebook you, only I didn't know your surname,
so I was looking to see if you were on Twitter but...
You could've just come over to the pub.
Oh, yeah. That was my next plan. Anyways...
Do you mind if we rain check on tonight?
Oh. Aye. Totally.
I sort of double booked.
I'd forget me head if my thoracic spine
weren't connected to my cervical spine, you know?
Of course. We can just do it another night.
Yeah. That might work.
Oh, we'll play it loose, eh? See how the week turns out.
Right. Well, take care, bud.
Yeah, you too...
Angus put you up to this, didn't he?
I thought it would be a good idea to...
He thinks we should talk.
..we'll find something in common.
We do. Angus.
Something other than Angus.
Well, do you like motors?
-You ever been to Blackpool?
I can't think of...
We both think Angus is too good for me.
-I don't think that.
And you're right.
Even my parents think it.
Ach, he's got the gab when it comes to...
My dad let him carve the turkey!
Nobody in our home has EVER been allowed to...
carving away with that stupid grin on his face.
And my mother, my mother,
she whispers to me at the table...
"He's a keeper, Cass.
"That's the type of man that will make a great...
And she's right. He will. Would. Whatever.
You said as much yourself.
I should never have stuck my nose in.
You only said what you thought.
Normally, that's my job.
I'm sorry, though.
It was the right thing to do.
Do you know why I brought you here?
Because you still live with your mum and have nowhere else to go?
..was put here for my pal, Deek.
What kind of a name is...?
I thought he'd be my only one.
Angus is too good for me, too.
He can never be told this though, agreed?
Thanks again for the heads up.
I asked her not to come, but I think with Drew going,
she wanted it to be a surprise.
I won't have Ruby watching her stagger about here
every night of the week.
She's off it.
She's always "off it".
What if she really is, this time?
You can't help yourself, can you? Chance after chance.
When will you learn?
Fine. But the first sniff of a drink, and she's gone.
I'll pack the case myself.
You'll need to. She'll not be able to.
-"I've got a bad back."
Right. You better go and tell Pete that Drew's gone.
Why's it always me, Ellie?
Why am I the one left to deal with everybody?
What about me? Who's looking after me?
I am. That's my job.
Come here, ya silly moo.
You bought it.
Proving I have impeccable taste.
I thought you were going out, too.
Yeah. He cancelled.
Oh, well, I could...
No. Go. Honestly. It'll be fun.
I can't wait to hear all about it.
Look at me. I'm shaking!
Don't be. It'll be fun!
I want you to go and have a nice night.
And I'll be in bed waiting for you when you come home.
I don't think we should do this.
This works for lots of people.
It CAN work for us, too.
Just, you know.
I've got to go. I'm meeting him in five.
I don't know what to do.
It's Pete. I don't know who to call.
I've tried Annie, but she's not answering and...
I really need somebody to...
I'm not interested.
I'm worried he's going to hurt himself.
Right, hurry up.
-I said I wasn't...
Not you. Come on.
If you're passing a chippie on the way back,
can you pick me up a king rib supper?
Pete? Pete, are you all right?
I need to get this back together,
and then I can go and sing my song to Drew.
Caitlin! This is not the time for...
He's a grown man. He needs to know the truth.
Gone? He hasn't. He would have phoned.
My phone's fully charged.
98%, 16 hours' battery life.
I've got to fix this and then I can sing my song to Drew.
Pete. I think you need to speak to someone.
Tell him I'm sorry.
I don't know what I'm sorry for, but it's what you're supposed to,
what you have to...when you want to make it all...
I'll put the kettle on.
Moo and two, isn't it?
Pete, what is wrong with you?
He needs help.
"He" can hear you. I don't need anyone.
Head people telling me to shut up, take your tablets,
go and stand in the corner,
don't speak until you're spoken to, be a good boy.
I just need to see my boy - I just need to speak to Drew.
I've already told you, he's gone.
You're trying to keep us apart.
Making a space, a space between, between...
Caitlin, Caitlin, we need to do something, we need to phone someone.
Pete, that is the last thing you need.
That can do stuff to you, it'll just make things worse.
This is her, isn't it? Getting you this crap?
Shhhh. It's a secret.
Don't tell Scarlett....
Caitlin, he needs...
What he needs is for her to stop giving him this rubbish.
Caitlin, don't go picking a fight with her. Caitlin!
What do you think you're doing?
Do you know what time this is?
Do you know what you've done? Pete.
The crap he's taking.
I never gave him anything, even if I did,
what's a bit of harmless wacky backy?
It's not harmless. Not in the state he's in.
Aye, well, he's old enough to know what he's doing.
I sold him nothing, he must been skimming off the...
Scarlett, have you seen him? The state he's in?
This only makes it worse!
Well, there's plenty of folk that are fine with taking it.
It's messing with his head!
And you can't see it, because if you opened up your mind
to even the tiniest possibility that you were doing something wrong,
then you wouldn't be able to do this.
I've done nothing wrong! He's choosing to take it.
And I know we don't see eye-to-eye, but you need to say no to him.
Cut access to him getting this. Say no.
You owe him that much.
Like I say, he's a grown man.
He can't cope! He never could. You don't know him.
Not like I do.
You only see the fun,
jack-the-lad stuff cos he never shows you anything else.
But you've not seen the dark bits.
When he left Drew,
he abandoned him in the middle of nowhere, strapped to a baby seat.
Do you know what it's like to be 19,
two weans running at your feet...
..and him screaming outside your front door
that he'll hurt himself if you don't take him back?
That is who Pete really is.
Not for me, for him.
Cut him off.
Do you want a cup of tea or something?
Can I have a couple of minutes?
Aye, of course.
26, 27, 28, 29,
30, 31, 32, 33, 34...
Pete, Pete, we need to take you to the hospital,
just to check you're OK.
I'm fine, never felt better. I just need to...
You need help.
I just need to see my boy.
Listen, AJ's going to take you to the hospital,
just to see...
I don't want to go!
I know. Could you do it for Drew?
It's all right, mate. I've got you.
She's... She'll be back soon.
And I'll wait here, and I'll tell her where you are.
Don't let her think that I've run away again.
You need to make sure she knows.
What if everybody sees me,
everybody looking at me in the street, everybody talking...
Don't worry, OK? Trust me.
I can't go by myself. Where's Caitlin? I want my baby.
I need to see...
Hey, hey, hey!
You've got me.
I've been told I look like a speccy Omar Sharif.
No need to ask if you had a good night.
I'm scared, AJ.
Will they fix me?
You don't need fixed, mate.
You're perfect as you are.
AJ. Wait! Wait!
Look who I found raking through the bins.
What's he doing here?
I thought you said we weren't to tell him about last night.
You were with him? Last night?
How are you settling in?
I was hoping someone would come and see me today.
Give me one good reason why I should go up there?
Cos he's still Pete. You cannae just abandon him.
So I'm meant to just start selling it out of the shop.
If you want to keep your customers.
You put your whole family at risk cos of this.
What kind of woman are you?
If they get wind of this, you can say goodbye to Madonna.
Cos she'll end up in care.