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Elevated mood swings, obsessive-compulsive behaviour.
He's displaying signs of bipolar.
-Pete, what is wrong with you?
-He needs help.
I don't need anyone.
AJ is gonnae take you to hospital.
You don't fancy hitting the town tonight? Me and you?
I want you to go. And have a nice night.
I cannae wait to hear all about it.
I want access to all your contacts.
Drivers, your cars, everything that's gonnae expand my reach.
My boys just cannae find about this.
Patrick's got his trial coming up.
Bubba's still serving his community payback.
What you doing up?
Just oot for a wee walk, darling.
At this time?
Thought that was my thing.
Aye, well, it calms you down, so I thought I'd gie it a try.
-What you got there?
-No, you cannae look.
It's a secret I-I promised Madonna.
She wanted to make some Valentine's cards for youse all the day.
All right, well, I'll be surprised later, then.
You all right?
Big day for you today son, isn't it?
It's just a practice run for the court testimony.
Aye, and I'm gonnae support you all the way.
Look, you don't need to come.
I-I know Calder.
It'll be all right.
I just think I'm better going on my own.
I want to be there for you, son. On you go. We huvnae got all day
-Had worse, eh?
-Aye, much worse.
-That's no' bad.
How you doing today?
I can't seem to get it together.
I was watching you all last week - you're doing really well.
How are you settling in?
It's not exactly the Ritz.
You are telling me.
I was hoping...
someone would come and see me today.
It's still early.
To be expected, I guess.
After what I did.
Thinking like that will get you nowhere.
You're doing great.
You know I do research?
Maybe we could have a proper chat later, eh?
RADIO PLAYS CLASSICAL MUSIC
Oh! Gave me a fright.
Not as much as the one you gave me when I woke up this morning
and you weren't there.
Oh, is someone being a naughty boy?
I got you these! Ta-da!
Happy Valentine's Day.
Oh, they're lovely!
Happy Valentine's Day!
I don't want to break-up the reunion,
but we do have a bar to run.
Yeah, uh, Caitlin called, said she can't come in.
-Something to do with Pete.
-How's he doing?
Oh, he's done the dirty and now he's looking for a way out.
Number 15 in the Book of Infidelity...
Somebody got out the wrong side of bed this morning.
Do you want me to run downstairs and double-check that
Cupid hasn't left you a wee something?
You may be a grown boy, but you're still young enough
to get a slap on the thigh.
He likes that!
Oh, please. I've just eaten.
Right! I have a pub to run.
Our low-key-but-fun Valentine's special for the locals
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Note the heading...
First one to finish their list gets a chocolate love heart.
-This is your chance.
-Chance for what?
Chance to get rid of that moocher, Pete, for good.
Last thing you need is him to look after as well.
No, no. No, I'm her sister.
Um... No, no hang on.
She's here just now, I can just put you on.
Caitlin, they'll not tell me anything.
He's put you down as his next of kin.
Yes. This is Caitlin McLean.
You hear that? Next of kin?!
He has got nobody else.
They're trying to pap her off with that heid the baw.
-Just you watch.
-Mum, you can't call him that.
Well, no, he disnae actually live wi' me, so...
-See what I mean?
Well, I'm a bit busy, but I could see if his flatmate could drop by?
Right, well, I'll see... I'll see what I can do.
They say he's doing really well.
He wants to see me.
He's allowed visitors? That's a good sign?
Aye, a big flashing neon sign that says, "mugs beware".
Mammy, you are really not helping.
I don't know if I can face going up there today.
If it's you he keeps asking for...
Aye, but it's always me he keeps asking for
whenever he's in trouble, Ellie.
I don't know if I can deal wi' this today.
-I know, but...
Give me one good reason why I should go up there.
After everything he did to me.
Cos he's still Pete?
We cannae just abandon him, can we?
What's this? Sleeping on the job?
-Resting my eyes.
-Aye, that WILL be right.
What do you want?
What happened to the drivers you promised me?
Nobody's been coming to the shop to collect the...
Are you listening to me?
Folk are coming round the shop - I cannae be having this.
Your wee cottage industry isn't exactly top of my priority lists.
Aye, and that's another thing -
you were gonnae help me find new premises.
-All in good time.
-What about the deliveries?
The boys are busy at the minute.
Oh, right, so I'm meant to just start selling it oot the shop?
If you want to keep your customers.
It disnae take somebody long to move in in this game.
Lenny, I cannae be dealing wi' this the noo.
Patrick's got a lot to be preparing for the court.
I need to be there wi' him.
Just try and not to draw too much attention to yourself.
As if I would!
Yeah. Cos subtle's your middle name, innit(?)
Just sort it!
So, you ready to start?
You don't appear to be doing anything else. Are you busy?
-Come into my office.
I should formally introduce myself.
That's Doctor Michael Rosenburg, to be precise.
But they call me Mikey round here.
Nice Vegas ring to it.
My nickname at school was The Rose.
Not the most masculine of names, but I did wear it lightly.
Bette Midler, she sang the soundtrack
to the 1979 film the Rose.
-Didn't know that, did you?
And another little known fact - it was written by Amanda McBroom
in 45 minutes on her tea break.
Ah, the creative tea break.
Exactly. The creative tea break.
I've had many of them.
Profundities on fag packets, poems on the back of roadies' heads.
When the words come, you just have to go with it.
I can see you've a very creative mind.
That's why I'm here - creative overflow.
-That's all this is.
-You could be right.
Normal punters don't know what's going on up here.
Artists...view the world differently.
Yeah, they call it eccentric, wacky.
..shall we get started?
All right, um...
are you looking for a vegetable delivery?
Oh, aye? Right. Just the one?
So that will be £23.78, thanking you very much.
Just want to spread the word?
Shop sales are only temporary the noo, all right?
Right. OK, anybody else here for a vegetable delivery?
Do you want to stand over that side,
cos it needs packaged up and all that?
I'll be wi' you in a minute.
-Right. Just the milk?
-Are you sure?
-That's £1.40, thanking you very much.
-So just your usual two packets?
-Aye, thank you.
There you go.
-I'll throw in the cola for free, eh?
Thank you very much, darling.
-Just delivered. How much did these cost?
Pop one on every table, there's a good lad.
Yeah, it'd be nice to be consulted now and again.
Consultation only takes place if the person to be consulted is here,
and you weren't here last night.
Look who I found raking through the bins.
Hi, Gary. Ooh, they for me?
-You look like Mary Poppins!
What's he doing here?
I thought he would brighten the place up.
And we need more hands on deck, don't we?
Yeah, I'm sure we'll manage.
Am I getting turfed out by the landlord?
He is staying.
He's the only one within a two mile radius willing to cover
a shift at short notice on Valentine's Day.
So, Louie, did Cupid drop by your door this morning?
He did. Briefly.
But then he disappeared out the door, like a burglar in the night.
What? No, he didn't steal anything.
Other than my heart.
-Uh, Louie, could you...
..give me a hand with this cash and carry order?
I just wanted to say how sorry I am about your Pete.
-He's no' MY Pete.
-Who are you, anyway?
M-M-My daughter's your neighbour - Scarlett.
She owns the One-Stop Shop.
"For all your dietary needs."
Oh, aye. Well, I'll keep that in mind next time I need to be charged
20 quid for a vegetable delivery.
Never heard anything like it.
Some mugs in that queue this morning.
But, Pete, how is he?
I mean, it's no' a nice thing to happen to anybody, is it?
A man that age smoking wacky baccy?
Mid-life crisis if you ask me.
What do you mean...
That's what did it - that's what sent him over the edge.
It made him ill?
Oh, aye. And now my Caitlin's got to pick up the pieces.
It's a terrible business.
I widnae feel too sorry for him.
He's up there having the life of Riley.
I don't think anyone would WANT to go into hospital.
I widnae wish that on my worst enemy.
He's got his own room, telly 24/7,
waited on hand and foot,
three hot meals a day.
Wee holiday, if you ask me.
If that's not the life of Riley, then I'm Mother Theresa.
What's the hold up? Come on.
Oh, I know what you're doing.
You should all be ashamed of yourselves! Especially you.
-What you on aboot?
-You know exactly what I'm on aboot.
You know that there's a man in a psychiatric hospital right now
cos of that junk that youse are buying?
Y-You forgot your stuff!
Aye, you forgot your stuff!
She's just having a laugh.
You're the one that's having a laugh.
After everything that's happened, and you're still doing this?
-You're as much to blame as me.
Nagging him all the time to be a better da to Drew, to cough up.
Have you any idea what pressure you've put him under?
He was always trying to do his best, but, no,
it wisnae good enough for you. You wanted more.
Aye, well, it's you that's drove him to this, no' me.
Just calm doon, eh?
You put a man in hospital cos of this.
You put your whole family at risk cos of this.
What kind of woman are you?!
Call yourself a mammy?
You're a disgrace.
"I'm not afraid of death, but I am afraid of murder."
The Conversation, 1974.
That's it. I was trying to remember that all last night.
-Gene Hackman. Gene Hackman.
It was bothering me, I couldn't sleep.
-I'm here to serve.
how ARE you getting on here? Really?
"Small town, not much to do in the evening."
Cool Hand Luke, 1967. Strother Martin.
So, eh...why don't you tell them there's nothing wrong with me,
then I can go home?
You can leave any time you want, you do know that?
Doctor Marshall said I should keep taking the medication,
doing the therapy classes here,
and then they'd make a decision.
We just need time to convince the bigwigs.
That you're not sick. I can help you do that.
-By delving deeper. Getting to know the real Pete.
They don't have time for that.
They write their reports, they tick their boxes,
but I am much more interested in what make you tick.
So what is bothering you today?
Caitlin. My partner. My ex-partner.
She hasn't been to see me.
Do you think she's punishing me for what I did?
I don't blame her.
I played away. Know what I mean?
My son understands me.
Him and me were cut from the same cloth.
He would've stopped them taking me.
But the rest of your family suggested you come here for help?
I've been over-doing it lately. Aren't we all?
A man's got to earn a crust.
And AJ, he's a good mate.
If I could just apologise.
One of them'll come back for me,
then I'll be out of here.
"Hasta la vista, baby."
-If the polis find out...
-She's not gonnae say anything to anybody.
You don't know that. And what about all the people in the shop?
You need to get shot of this.
No' yet, Bubba. Look, we really need the cash.
Not if it means you doing this.
I'll can it when this lot's finished. I promise.
-No, Ma, you're done. Nae mare.
I'm no' saying say it again.
Have you ever seen so much money in your life?
Aye. Are you no' sick of working all the hours in that cold garage?
And for what? This could set us up for life.
We could buy the flat,
you could get rid of the garage. We could have a better life.
I'm not interested in getting rid of the garage or owning a flat.
The only thing I'm interested in is our family, and if this gets out,
-then that family's gone.
-It'll no' get out!
And when it does, what happens next?
The last time you were arrested was a narrow escape.
But not now.
Cos this time you're actually guilty, and you've got nae way out.
Nobody knows, but. Well, I mean, apart fae Pete,
-but he's no' gonnae say anything.
He's no' gonnae say anything to all the doctors and nurses that'll
be asking him if he was feeling any stress before his breakdown?
And Patrick's actually wi' the polis today.
If they get wind of this, you can say goodbye to Madonna,
cos she'll end up in care, and you'll end up in the jail.
Get rid of this. Noo.
I just wanted to say...
I'm sorry about all that in the shop.
She sent her messenger, has she?
No, she disnae know I'm here.
Look, it's finished.
I convinced her.
Please don't say anything to anybody, eh?
A couple weeks ago I asked her to come clean about it.
She threatened me, and now all this stuff with Pete.
So I'm no' really feeling that generous any more.
She just needs a bit of time to get rid of it. Please?
-She disnae touch the stuff.
Money! She's hooked on the money. I can see it in her eyes.
Good luck in getting her to part with that.
Just gonnae promise me you won't go to the police, eh?
-We've got a lot to deal wi' the noo.
-And I huvnae?
I need to go to the hospital cos of what she's done.
So don't you dare tell me that she's enough to deal wi'.
She disnae know the half of it.
I've got things to dae.
MUSIC: 2 Become 1 by Spice Girls
-I'm just testing the temperature.
-Nobody likes a tepid bubble.
MUSIC VOLUME INCREASES
Robbie, can you turn that down, please?
Tell him, "Don't be a spoilsport."
Don't be a spoilsport.
Go easy on that stuff, you two, it's for the punters.
Table five needs drinks.
Yeah, we need some tables cleared. Robbie, can you pitch in?
What is wrong wi' you? What happened to that handsome man
that brought me flowers this morning?
-What is going on? Why you being weird?
Gary, the ale's off again.
-I need you to do something.
-I'm on it.
Well, can you be "on it" quicker?
So, initially, I thought that you went for blondes,
but now I'm thinking you only go for the moody Heathcliff-types?
-Tell me I'm wrong.
-Heathcliff the cat?
Louie, could you, um, man the bar?
Robbie, can we have a chat?
Man the bar yourself. It's your pub.
Louie and I are having a wee blether. Aren't we, Lulu?
He's telling me what he likes in a man.
ROBBIE SPITS BUBBLY
I thought you said we weren't to tell him about last night.
Tell me what?
Last night? You were with him last night?
Right, doll, thank you very much. 20. Thanking you.
No, Patrick, I tell you I want to come.
I'm just running a wee bit late here.
Why don't you come and meet me at the shop and we'll go down together?
Aye, all right, I'll see you shortly.
Mrs Mullen, we've had a call that somebody is selling
illegal drugs from this shop.
-She's making it up.
-Who would that be?
Caitlin. She's just stirring trouble
cos I had a thing wi' her man, Pete.
I know, and you know, that if I were to look inside that tin right now...
Look, I just need some help. You know what I mean?
Jimmy's in the jail, and times are hard.
What, and you think this is the best way to do it?
Are you really that stupid?
-Look, I've a lot going on.
-Haven't we all?
I'll be back.
No, wait a minute.
DOOR SLAMS SHUT
Please, don't dae that.
-If no' for me, for Patrick.
-Is he in on this as well?
No, but it's just his court case. You know, the abuse?
Please don't say anything about this, please.
Look, h-he's got a meeting at the station today.
you know, wi' that polis woman, Calder,
she's taking him through everything that's gonnae happen at the court.
He doesn't need any pressure.
Maybe you should have thought about that before now, eh?
The defence are gonnae love it when they realise his
-family's involved in drug dealing.
All the more reason to get rid of this, don't you think?
-I'll get rid of it, I promise.
-You've got three hours.
The call was logged, Scarlett, I can only stall this for so long.
(Thank you so much.)
-What did he want?
Just, um, stuff about the Murdochs.
Listen, I-I-I've got to finish up at the shop.
Y-You go ahead, and I'll catch up.
Everything's fine, OK?
Look, I told you, you don't need to come.
Aye, but I'm coming. End of story.
I'm no' letting you doon again, Patrick.
Look, I'll get away as quick as I can.
Stop asking me to calm down!
Can we at least go upstairs and talk about this privately?
Yes, please. That would be fantastic.
Once, I understand.
Twice, that's premeditated.
We agreed that we could do this.
There were rules and you broke them.
What rules have I broken?
We said it was one night stands,
so no dates, no feelings, and certainly not a second relationship.
-Well, this is news to me.
-Well, that's obvious, isn't it?
I don't mean to be the bearer of bad news...
but everyone's looking.
You prefer that to me?
-That has got a name.
Just ignore him, he's trying to get a rise out you.
Aye, right, you've already done that.
Is it Einstein that invented the apple and all that?
Did you even attend school?
Don't talk to him like that.
Oh, would you look at that -
sticking up for your wee bit on the side.
I think you'll find I'm a pretty big bit on the side.
Could this get any more pathetic?!
Look at yourself - you're old enough to be his dad.
Party's over, Everybody out!
What part of "out" don't you understand?!
You can't do this, people are still ordering.
I don't care. Everybody out!
Just spoke to the nurse.
She said he's responding well to all the medication.
-The doctor wants to talk to us.
Well, I said you'd be a good person to talk to as well.
You're his mate.
-She said he might be home soon.
He needs assessed first. But she said maybe a week or so.
So no point thinking about it till we talk to the doctors properly?
We cannae no' think about it.
He'll need to be looked after.
She said we can just go in and see him.
He looks so frail.
-I'll be outside.
-Are you all right?
Aye, i-it's just hospitals. I hate them.
I'm gonnae get some fresh air. I'll see you at the car.
AJ, they need you in the meeting.
They said it would be good if we were both there.
Right, right, of course.
Look, I-I'll just give you some privacy just now.
Text me when you're ready.
WE have a problem? No, I think you'll find that's YOU.
I'm late for Patrick. I promised I'd be at the polis station.
You need to help me.
I told you, don't draw attention to yourself.
-It wisnae my fault!
-It never is, is it?!
Look, Lenny, the polis will strip me bare in five minutes.
-You need to hide it.
I'm Donald's pet project. You think they won't be onto me, too?
Lenny, you have to help me!
I don't HAVE to do anything, and you should know that by now.
-A deal is a deal.
You sell the gear, you gie me my money. End of.
Lenny, please don't make me beg.
They're gonnae bang me up for this.
Madonna's gonnae end up in care.
Is that what you want for her?
I'm no' touching this.
I know a guy, might be able to help you, OK?
You want to have it packed up and ready to go quick.
Right. W-What? The noo?
I mean, I've got Patrick...
You want rid of it or no'?
-Then, be ready.
You all set?
-You on your own?
Eh, aye, it's just me.
OK, let's make a start, then.
Go back to sleep.
They said you'd maybe not manage.
Happy Valentine's Day.
Is it? I forgot.
How you feeling?
Top o' the world.
Well, maybe not quite.
-You must be Caitlin.
Pete's told me all about you.
I'm Doctor Michael Rosenburg.
He asleep again?
I appear to have that effect on people.
I tend to talk too much.
Is this normal?
Well, the medication can bring on drowsiness.
He's had rather a lot of that in the past week.
One of the first things I want to do is get him off all medication.
Is it no' the medication that's gonnae help him?
That's what a lot of pharmaceutical companies would have you believe.
The nurse said you want to ask me some questions about Pete?
What kind of questions?
Well, it's important that we understand Pete himself,
then we can find out what's going on up here.
But I'll let Doctor Marshall brief you from here on in.
Sorry to keep you waiting.
-Keeping well, Mikey?
I've been helping Pete settle in and I've been telling this fine lady
that he needs to rest his head for a few days.
It's like anything else - you break a leg, you rest it.
The same applies to up here.
Spot on. Well, I'll take you to my office, Ms McLean,
and we can have a chat.
I'll pass you over to the team.
Glad to hear about the medication.
That he might be able to come off it soon.
-Who told you that?
Mikey's not a doctor.
He's a patient.
I'm sorry, mmy mind's gone blank.
That's why we're here, so you can try this out before we get to court.
Now, just take your time.
What if this happens on the stand?
Anderson's defence will take advantage of any weakness or doubt.
But, as I said, that is why we're here, so that that doesn't happen.
HE BREATHES DEEPLY
Do you mind if we move on?
I want to ask about the care home.
The memories you have of your time there.
What kind of memories?
Things you think might not be important often are.
I don't think I can do this, I'm sorry.
Bubba, I really need your help here.
If we get it packaged, Lenny's guy's gonnae move it.
I thought you were getting rid of it.
What do you think I'm trying to dae?
We need to bag it all up. I've got bin-liners in the shop.
I'll grab some on the way back from the polis station,
then I'll phone, you can help me bag it up. We can dae this.
There's nae WE in this.
Look, if I get rid of it, our name's in the clear.
That's Patrick wondering were I am.
You need to think about how all this would affect him.
He's already stressed out his nut.
Look, I need to clear the shed before the polis come back.
Hi. Patrick, I'm on my way.
Aye, look, don't worry about it. Stay where you are.
Just take it slowly.
It's just so hard to see him like that.
Maybe you could give us some more insight into Pete's behaviour.
Where to start?
..I've noticed that he's been wired.
He can't sit still?
But then, the opposite can happen.
You were saying that in the car, weren't you, AJ?
He could be sitting on the couch wi' this...
..cloud over him.
Or he'll start one thing and no' finish it.
He might wash the dishes and then leave it halfway through...
and go and search for a song that he's had scrunched up
in his jacket for months.
He'll lose the rag if you cannae keep up wi' him.
He was like that, wasn't he?
Is there anybody else I can call?
HE SIGHS No, she said she's coming.
We need to press on, I'm afraid.
Are you OK to continue?
I'm fine, just...
ask what you need to ask.
You all right? I was worried sick.
By the way, that woman on the front desk wisnae for letting me in.
Mrs Mullen, have a seat. I'm sure Patrick will be pleased to have you here.
-You all right?
-I'm fine. Just sit down.
-You don't look fine.
-Just sit doon, please?
Do you want me to go and get you a cup of tea or something?
-We don't have long, right? We need to get on.
-Are you sure?
Mrs Mullen, we need to move on.
We're coming to the end of our time.
Patrick, one thing the defence will want to know
is why you didn't come forward until last year.
He didnae tell anybody cos he was scared.
-Look, gonnae let me answer?
-Is that no' obvious?
I'm gonnae be asked this in court.
He was just a wee boy. I mean, who was he gonnae tell?
It was me that went through this.
Every minute of it.
No' you, me.
You need to let me talk about it.
Just answer outside if you need to.
I-I'll be two minutes.
Just go up the road, right? I don't need you here.
PHONE CONTINUES TO RING
But you called me here. You're upset.
Aye, but I shouldn't have bothered. I thought you could have helped.
PHONE CONTINUES TO RING Just go.
-I'll see you at home.
-Well, if you're sure.
PHONE CONTINUES TO RING
-DOOR BANGS SHUT
I'm sorry about all this.
Now, Pete, you've asked for Caitlin to be here in this meeting.
Are you still happy that she's here?
Whatever she's told you, it's not true.
I was young, I needed the money.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Where's AJ gone?
Just for a walk.
Would you rather he was here instead?
No, I-I want you here.
Well, you're doing well. mood seems stable,
interactions with other patients, good.
You've been doing art therapy, talking therapy,
and responding to all the drugs in the way that we would hope.
You should feel pleased with yourself, Pete.
I feel fine.
This is an illness we can help you manage.
I'm not ill.
Pete, you have your diagnosis.
Your symptoms indicate what's known as Bipolar I.
I'm not ill.
Just listen to what she has to say, Pete.
Who wants a label like that?
Once upon a time, it used to be known as that. But, as I say,
it's now called bipolar disorder
and it can be treated successfully with medication.
I don't like what the...
..what the drugs do to me. They make me...
..flat. I'm asleep most of the day.
That's not me. That's not a life.
Part of the reason why you feel like that now is because everything
was so colourful and heightened when you were in the mania.
I liked that bit of me.
I was on top of the world, I could do anything.
But, Pete, that bit is no more real than the low you're feeling now.
We can help you stay in the middle and still have a fulfilling life.
What's going on in my head is a fulfilling life.
Doesn't mean I'm ill.
Tell her. Tell her I'm fine.
Where you going?
Have you sorted it?
-I'm heading home, you missed your chance.
My guy was here half an hour ago.
Well, I'm here now. Phone him back.
-Tell him I'm back.
-He's gone. I told you - be ready.
What am I gonnae do now? The polis are coming.
Lenny, you were the one that talked me into this!
And you're the one that wanted it to be on equal terms.
I've done my bit. You're on your own.
You remember how you were the day you came here?
Well, that was cos you weren't well.
You couldnae carry on like that.
We all do daft things now and then.
I was tired. I missed Drew.
I was...I was upset.
It was a... It was a one-off, doc.
What about when Drew was a wee baby?
What you saying this for now?
Because that was because of the illness.
I didnae know that at the time,
but it makes sense now.
I thought that was all forgiven?
It wisnae you that left a baby in a car,
it was because of the illness.
So it's not about forgiveness,
it's about dealing with it.
The woman said I...
I left him alone in the car, miles from anywhere.
I can't even remember leaving him there.
-I would never want to do that.
..our wee baby...
..lying on the back-seat of a car.
I couldnae believe anyone would do that.
But now I know why.
It was a mistake.
They know you didnae mean it.
But do you?
-I think we should leave it there for now.
Pete, we can help you manage this.
You will get well.
I think we've covered everything we can for the moment.
HE EXHALES OK.
You did well.
And remember, there's a chance you won't have to do this at all.
If Anderson pleads guilty, there won't even be a trial.
Now, is there anything else you think I should know?
Anything that we have missed that might come up?
Because the defence will want to rake up any dirt.
No, I think we covered it all.
They know the family history with prison.
Obviously, the incident with Bob is difficult for us,
but the real issue would be something that they can pull
out of the bag in court to discredit you as a witness.
No, I think we're all good on that point.
Everyone's on their best behaviour.
Bubba, it's me.
Listen, swing by the shed as soon as you get this.
We're running out of time.
Hiya, Madonna, darling. Is Bubba in?
Well, see if he gets in in the next half hour,
could you tell him to meet Mammy in the shed?
Aye, all right. Is your gran in?
There's potato waffles in the freezer. All right?
OK, darling, bye.
We're the talk of the steamie after that performance.
Did you like it that much that you had to go back?
You know what I mean.
I liked the way he held me.
HE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
I liked the way he looked into my eyes and desired me.
I liked the way he made me feel like
a passionate, living human being
who could be sexy and funny.
He thought I was fun.
In all the time we've been together...
..have you ever felt that way towards me?
I'm Mr Serious.
You tell me that on a daily basis.
But I can be a laugh, you know.
I was reminded of that last night.
We agreed we could do this.
-You did it, and so did I.
I didn't explore.
I haven't been with anyone else.
You're all right, buddy.
They say I've still got bipolar disorder, I've...
I've got to keep taking the medication.
What use is that label?
As far as I can see, all it's done is make you depressed
and upset and angry.
You said if I did what they told me, I'd be fine.
And I still stand by that.
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
I want to go home.
I want out of this.
This...this isn't me.
Don't listen to anything he has to say.
Mikey is my doctor.
-I'm gonnae listen to him, and nobody else.
I need you to come away fae Mikey, just for a wee second.
That Dr Whats-her-face, whatever she calls herself...
Pete, you need to listen to me.
..she's just a glorified nurse, let's face it.
Mikey's no' a doctor.
He's a patient here, just like you.
Get away from him, you've caused enough trouble.
-And I can explain.
-Get away from him.
-I am a doctor of psychology.
-But you are a patient here.
I mean it, get away from him.
When I spoke to you this morning,
and I told you there was nothing wrong with you, and you believed me,
you felt better because of it, didn't you?
This up here, the brain, it is far more powerful
than we give it credit for.
I'm calling for a nurse. You cannae fill his heid wi' all that stuff.
All I wanted to do was show you how powerful and healing
self-belief could be.
You are fine, Pete.
Stop telling him he's fine. He's no' fine. Nurse!
-I have never lied to you.
Now, look, what we were talking about this morning -
when you take away the labels,
when you take away the tablets, what are you left with?
-The self. The pure, creative self.
And it is more capable of healing than we give it credit for.
-Come on, Mikey.
He did make me feel better.
Oh, how'd it go, son?
Eh, aye, all right. Where's Scarlett?
We thought she was wi' you.
She's in the shed. She phoned in a panic asking for Bob.
What's she panicking for?
She never said, but I could tell by her voice - it was all wobbly.
-Right, I'll go and see if she's all right.
About time, Bubba!
-Please tell me that's not what I think it is.
-Patrick, I can explain.
-This isnae happening.
-Patrick? Patrick, I can explain.
FRONT DOOR OPENS
-How's it going, mate?
-Did you know about this?
-The gear that Scarlett's got in the shed?
Madonna, you go to your room, hen. Now!
What's going on?
Your daughter's got a shed full of weed - that's what's going on.
-Weed? Are you aff your heid?
Patrick, I'm gonnae move it, I swear.
It's the truth, mate.
-Are you in on this an' all?
-No, Bubba's got nothing to dae wi' it.
It's all my doing. I'm sorry!
Look, I said to Calder this family's clean.
I looked her in the eye and said that tae her.
-You've got nae idea what this could dae to me.
-Nobody's gonnae find out.
Well, I did!
When you were on remand, this family nearly fell apart.
Look I'm wasting time here, I need to go and move this stuff.
See, this is exactly like the morning
they came to put me in the home.
You running around greetin' cos you couldnae find
clean clothes for me, you couldnae find a bag.
-You couldnae dae anything!
-Leave it, Patrick, eh?
You've put this whole family in danger.
Nobody's gonnae find it, I promise.
What, you gonnae put it somewhere safe?
This is the point where you're meant to say,
you're gonnae destroy it cos you cannae risk losing your daughter,
you cannae risk me losing my case.
See, it's ME they're gonnae crucify up there if this gets out.
No' you, ME.
See if Anderson walks for this,
I swear I'll never forgive you. Ever!
Darlin', everything's gonnae be fine. I promise you,
it's all gonnae be fine.
Come on, hen.
We'll finish off the cards in my house.
I didn't mean to hurt you.
I think I just overreacted
because I felt like I should.
You know, when you're in a relationship,
that's what you're supposed to do - get jealous.
But I wasn't.
I mean, walking round this afternoon, I realised
I was actually happy for you.
And I shouldn't be.
I don't want an open relationship.
Neither do I.
Can't we just stop all this
and go back to where we were?
No, we can't.
We can never do that.
But that relationship, it wasn't working either.
But, we can make it work.
We'd both just be plastering over the cracks.
Let's be honest.
This all started because...
I wanted to bring the spark back, I know.
Mm. And I wanted to appear more...
interesting in your eyes.
You've always wanted the big fairy-tale -
sparkles, fizz, bubbles 24/7.
I can't give you that.
And you deserve to be with somebody who...
makes you feel really good...
about who you are.
(And I don't.)
I love you.
I love you.
..we're just not in love any more, are we?
# Holding back the years
# Thinking of the fear I've had so long... #
ROCK MUSIC PLAYS
# Watching the people get lairy
# It's not very pretty I tell thee
# Walking through town is quite scary
# And not very sensible either
# A friend of a friend he got beaten
# He looked the wrong way at a policeman
# Would never of happened to Smeaton
# An old Leodensian
# La ah-ah
# Ah ah-ah
# La-la-la-la-la La-a-a
# I predict a riot I predict a riot
# I predict a riot I predict a riot
# I predict a riot
# I predict a riot
# I predict a riot. #
Aye. Love you, son. Love you.
What's he like, eh?
Living the dream.
Thanks for letting me talk to him.
He wanted to know you were OK. We all do.
Maybe we could go and visit him when I'm back on my feet?
The nurse said that one in four people can develop
mental health problems.
You're not alone.
Try telling that to the boys in Amber Cabs or the Tall Ship.
Folk are scared they'll catch something.
That's only cos they're a stone's throw away themselves.
Everyone wants to help you get well.
Ellie, Drew, AJ...
I don't expect you to hang around for me.
And I certainly don't expect you to look after me.
Who said anything about looking after you?
Have you come to plan my escape out of here?
We can go back to domestic bliss?
I'll cook us a linguine.
the nurse needs us to scarper.
Y-You don't have to...
to go now, do you?
Just stay a wee bit longer? A wee five minutes.
Don't go now.
I-I'll come with you.
I won't cause any trouble.
I can't, you know that.
I'll bring her back safe and sound tomorrow
with a bacon and egg doubler, OK?
Don't...don't leave me here.
I'll be back, I promise.
I... I promise.
HE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
DOOR CLOSES, FOOTSTEPS APPROACH
Patrick, please hear me out.
When I woke up this morning, I wanted to pull the covers
back over my head and no' get up.
I was terrified of what was gonnae be said in that office today.
I didnae want to hear it.
I didnae know HOW to hear it.
I cannae dae anything, I cannae say anything that's gonnae
make this any easier for you.
That's all a ma wants.
Want to take my weans' pain away.
But by becoming a drug dealer?
I know. I know what I've done is wrong.
And I know what I've done has put you in danger the day.
-It wisnae just me.
-Aye. I know.
The thing is, I promise you here and now, I've got rid of it.
-All of it.
-Aye, planked it somewhere else, you mean?
No, I've got rid of all of it.
Completely. I swear on wee Madonna's life.
Patrick, I did it for all of us.
I know you cannae see it like that the noo, but I did.
Somewhere along the line...
I got greedy.
I took my eye off the ball.
I know that.
But I am so sorry.
HE CONTINUES TO HUM
Can I chum you?
Oh, hey, hey.
I feel scared.
I'm scared I won't...
I'm...I'm scared I won't sleep.
I'm scared sleep won't come to me.
It'll come. I promise you.
What if...what if it doesn't?
It will come. Trust me.
HE BREATHES RAGGEDLY
I can't do this.
(Of course you can.)
You can. Hey.
No, no, no, no.
It's OK. It's OK.
Just let it go. Let it go.
You're safe, Pete.
You're safe. There, there.
You're going to be OK.
Take your meds, and you let me know where you are at all times.
Your roof, your rules.
Some people don't know how to deal with mental health problems.
It's OK, Maggie. It's crystal clear what you think of me.
I will try a day in your shoes.
-Aye, you'll get a shock.
-'I'll take my chances.'
DI DONALD: Whatever Belinda is, she wasn't the shooter.
You stole my company when I'm lying half-dead in the hospital.
-No, Alex! No!
Do you want to get shot again, eh?
Do you want to get shot again?!