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John Anderson, you have been found guilty
and will remain in custody until sentencing.
What do I do now?
Just start living.
If you've got a problem with your children,
it's up to you to fix it.
You think you can manipulate anybody.
He tried to kill me.
It wasn't him - you know that.
Mikey's been off his meds for a week.
You're on those pills for a reason.
-It turns out he's on the run from the hospital.
Grab your stuff and pack a bag.
Mikey was right. It's a trap.
-What?! What is it?
I'm out of here.
-Pete. Pete, wait.
Have you been in that chair all night?
I fell asleep.
Are you feeling OK?
Seriously, Dad, you don't want a relapse.
-I'm fine, I telt you.
-Do you want a coffee?
I can look after myself, all right?!
I'm not spending another night in that car.
We'll probably have to ditch it anyway.
We'll have given them the slip by now.
I wouldn't bank on that.
I'll tell you what, we could trade in the car for some cash.
It must be worth a grand at least. More money for London.
That's too risky. They might have contacted all the garages.
I could knock on a few doors, give them the old sales patter.
I told you I was in sales, didn't I? Household cleaning products.
100 mops in one day - still a company record.
Maybe just leave it for now.
Here, we could sell the car and have a night in a hotel.
Just imagine - showers, room service, a proper meal,
a telly, an actual bed...
They'll be watching the hotels.
Well, we use false names - even wear disguises.
Maybe we could use my flat.
Oh, I bought it years ago, when I had money.
It was just a little bolthole I could escape to.
-Here, in Glasgow?
Mikey, we've been three days and three nights, living in that car.
I know, but we couldn't go straight there, could we?
-They'd be watching it.
-They'll have given up by now.
Yeah, unless they're just sitting there waiting for us
to just come strolling by.
-Well, there's no harm in having a look, is there?
We'll move in silence, like ninja.
Lead on, Grasshopper.
Thanks again. Thanks.
There's somebody from Missing Persons coming to speak to me.
They ran a check on him.
He's drew out all his cash, and he's maxed his credit cards out
to draw some more.
They gave him a credit card?
That was three days ago. He could be anywhere by now.
Oh, I should have phoned him right away.
That's right, blame yourself - that's just how he wants it.
How would you know what he wants?
I know what he's doing to you.
Well, it never worried you before.
Oh, here we go.
Worrying about where you were,
what state you were in, what you were doing to yourself...
And what's this got to do with Pete?
If I worry about him and want to look after him,
it's cos I learned how to do that when you weren't about.
I made the dinners, I looked after Ellie...
You made me this way.
Then stop it. Just...stop it.
You don't have to be doing any of this.
Of course I do. It's what you do when you love somebody.
PHONE KEYPAD BEEPS
CAR HORN HONKS
It's not exactly a palace.
Ah, no Swat teams.
I think we'll be fine...
apart from that sniper on the roof.
You're a bad man, you know that?
Ah, there she is.
Oh, I love this place. It's full of hidden treasures.
It could do with a wee bit of a tidy.
You need to look beyond that, to what lies underneath.
Now, hang on, hang on.
You are going to love this.
-What did I tell you? Hidden treasures.
Is it yours?
Not any longer. I want you to have it.
You're kidding me.
What you're holding in your hands is your future, right there.
This calls for a celebration, eh?
Oh, Dylan Thomas.
"Do not go gentle into that good night
"Old age should burn and rave at close of day
"Rage, rage against the dying of the light."
To new adventures.
I knew you'd call.
Aye, I think I punched in the wrong number.
And then decided to leave me a silent message?
Maybe I just had nothing to say.
Or you couldn't say it?
You don't look good, Lenny.
I'm no' sleeping much.
What's keeping you awake?
You've been given a second chance -
I was hoping you'd be clever enough to take it.
I can't talk about this.
Then maybe we should make it official.
BRIEFCASE CLICKS OPEN
Are you kidding me?
I came prepared.
You know, I can hardly confess to something
I haven't done yet, Father.
Do you no' hear what I'm saying?
I hear you. Let's just call it a pre-emptive strike.
There you go, son.
Aye. He should've got more if you ask me.
Aye, but it's still good. He's gone away for a long time.
Aye. I hope he ends up in the same jail as Jimmy.
That'll sort him out.
Oh, no, I...
I'm actually just going to leave you guys to it.
Angel, thanks for everything.
Aye. Thanks, darling.
are you no' wanting to stay for a bit?
No, I'd better get my stuff ready before I go back to Berlin.
Thanks again. It meant a lot having you here.
HER FOOTSTEPS MOVE AWAY
DOOR OPENS AND CLOSES
See, I never wanted to be a psychologist.
I wanted to be a storyteller. I've got so many stories.
Whereas you, you seem to follow your heart.
Ah, it's all a show - a big act.
But I've heard you sing - pure talent.
but the usual story - I never quite made it.
Loads of near misses. Loads of nearly getting there.
If you believe in a thing enough,
you can make it real.
Even at my age?
Age has got nothing to do with it.
You must have stopped believing?
What do you mean?
Well, to end up like this.
Well, we didn't meet in a fancy hotel, did we?
Why would you ask me that?
I was just interested.
Why would you say...? You've never...
Why would you suddenly ask...?
Forget I mentioned it.
No, no, no, no, no. It's all right.
Look, when we get to London, it'll be fine.
I'm wasting your time...and mine.
Yeah, well, God loves a trier, Father.
Maybe I'm just beyond your help.
Is that how you see yourself? Beyond help?
What kind of a life is that?
Somebody put a bullet in my back,
and now the Rottweilers, they're straining at the leash
to see what I do next.
So, you do what you're expected to do?
Show them I'm still here, still in charge, still in the game,
and put them back in their cage.
You don't just get to retire and live happy ever after
in this line of work, Father.
You've been in this situation 1,000 times, so what's the problem?
This time it's different.
Somebody, erm, close to you?
You're no' here to solve a mystery, Father.
What is it you have to do, Lenny?
You don't want to know.
You'd feel better if you told me.
You're a priest - try this on for size.
"Naked they came from their mother's womb,
"and naked they will depart.
"The Lord gave them life and the Lord will take it away."
Now I've got that off my chest, I'm sure we're all feeling much better.
I know what you're planning.
Look, nothing's set in stone.
Do the right thing.
That's what I intend to do, Father.
So, if you'll excuse me...
Do you remember when we were kids?
I'm no' getting into that, OK?
Your old man left you black-and-blue at least twice a week.
I don't want to talk about it, I said!
But you looked after him, no matter what he did to you,
cos he was your family.
What are you saying? I should do nothing?
I'm saying, if you go through with this,
you don't get to blame anybody but yourself.
Show yourself out.
There is good in you, Lenny Murdoch.
I looked after him,
but I got him back for what he'd done to me,
over and over again.
That's who I am.
I don't think I can stay here long.
-Erm, I thought you said we were going to get moving?
Yeah, but how long?
Soon, I said. I've just got to get this thing fixed.
And then we're off?
Absolutely. Got to get moving before they find us.
I've got enough cash to get a couple of train tickets.
No, we can take the car.
They'll be looking for the car.
Yeah. Well, we can take the train, that'll be OK.
They'll be looking for the car.
That's what I just said.
Aye, I know.
Hey, where are you going?
I'm... I'm starving.
I need some grub. Do you want something?
-We can get something on the train.
-I'm hungry now.
You're coming back though, yeah?
Of course I'm coming back.
He's coming back.
Sorry if I bit your head off earlier.
Is that an apology?
Don't push your luck.
I'll make it up to you.
I'm liking the sound of this.
Well, I was thinking, you know, we might just have a quiet night in.
I'll make you something to eat?
What? You, cook?
Hey, my pasta sauce is famous.
Aye, I've seen the label on the tin.
Tell you what, I'll cook something.
I'm supposed to be treating you, sweetheart.
Yeah, well, you buy the wine.
It'll be nice, just the two of us.
You know, I remember you making me a special meal once,
for my birthday, when you were a wee lassie.
Bacon and cheese stuffed chicken breasts.
Except you hadnae cooked the chicken,
and you used peanut butter instead of cheese.
I think I was sick as a dog for a week.
Why did you eat it, if it wasn't cooked properly?
You made me it.
Well, I'll try not to poison you this time.
-I'd better get shopping.
HE THUMPS DASHBOARD
MIKEY MOANS SOFTLY
No, no. No, no!
No, no, no! No!
You go away. Go away.
Go away! Go away! Go away!
Have you got a couple of minutes for a chat?
Is everything all right?
I just, erm...
I just wanted to say goodbye properly...
..and to say sorry for everything.
I don't think I've ever actually said that.
You don't have to say sorry.
No, I do, and I mean it.
All right, well...
Are you all set for your flight?
Yeah. Yeah, almost.
I'd better let you get on.
Look, thanks for coming back.
You know, you've been through a hell of a lot.
You should get away somewhere, decompress.
I hear Berlin is lovely this time of year.
I've never even left the country.
You should try it.
Aye, maybe some day.
My life's been on hold for as long as I can remember.
I think I need to figure out who I am before I...
Yeah, that makes sense.
SHE TAKES A DEEP BREATH
I'll let you get on.
Yeah, let yourself be happy, OK?
-No. They've found me. They know where I am.
Look, it's OK. I'm sorry.
-But they're coming for me.
Nobody's coming for you.
I thought the phone...
She's worried about me, that's all.
I'm... I'm sorry... It...
It's just that...
It takes...getting past all this...
It does, and I... I'm...
It's not... It's not me... I'm...
I'm... I'm not myself.
I'm just a bit tired, that's all.
I got us a couple of rolls.
I got you ham.
I didn't even know if you liked ham.
There's a cheese one as well, in case you don't like ham.
You could have the cheese one, and I don't mind the ham.
I just didn't know if you liked....
I just didn't know.
What do you want?
I can't stand by and let you do this to yourself.
You're worse than the taxman.
I want to talk to the real Lenny Murdoch -
the Lenny I know that's in there.
What is this, The Exorcist?
The Lenny that came to me for help.
Oh, he's long gone, Father.
I don't believe that.
I think he's desperate for somebody to come and save him
from all of this.
Oh. You've came to save me from myself, have you?
It's not just you I'm trying to save.
There's plenty other souls out there worth the effort.
This one's already burnt.
What's this, threats now?
I'm not scared of you, never have been.
Out of respect for your dog collar, I'll let that one go.
I'm Mick Mulvaney.
Forget I was ever a priest.
We're no' in the playground now, Mick,
so why don't you take your sermons away and play with them, eh?
Because I'm busy.
MULVANEY BREATHES HEAVILY
'Pete, is that you?'
Where are you? Are you OK?
'I'm fine, just keep your voice down.'
What is it? What's wrong?
I was... I just wanted to hear your voice.
'You come home right now, OK?'
Come home right now.
It's so good to hear your voice.
Well, what's wrong? How can you no' come home?
I... I just wanted you to know that I was thinking about you.
-I have to go.
-No. No, Pete, wait.
Pete, what are you doing?
I had to let her know.
What do you think you're doing? What did I tell you?
They've been waiting for something like this.
She's been worried about me, that's all.
No, don't. Don't do that.
-No. No choice. There's no choice.
Th-they could be tracing this.
-They could know where we are already.
CAR HORN HONKS
I thought I heard Mikey. Something's wrong.
Oh, I feel sick.
He rules your life even when he isnae here.
Just come and sit down.
You're enjoying this.
Oh, don't be ridiculous.
Mum, don't start.
Well, she's taking it out on me, again!
Only ever happy when you're causing chaos in everybody's lives.
-Just stop it.
-I know what's eating you...
I don't care what you think.
For the first time in years, I'm sober, and you can't stand it.
You'd prefer me to be lying on my bed drunk,
and then you wouldn't have to face the truth.
Aye, that you're wasting your life on that clown.
He'd be better off...
He'd be better off what?
He'd be better off what?!
Pete tried to kill himself.
Oh, don't give me it.
He took an overdose.
He wasn't crying for help, he was trying to die,
and if he does that now, I'll never forgive you.
We have got to get moving, before they find us.
I'm not going.
I'm going back, Mikey.
No, no, no, no, no. No going back, none of that, none of that...
No, we are moving. We are on our way.
I want you to come with me, Mikey.
Th-th-they... They've got to you. SHE'S got to you.
Nobody's got to me...
They've got inside your head. She's trying to trick us, again!
Caitlin just cares about me, that's all.
She's not against you, or me. Come with me, Mikey.
It's them. It's them. I'm telling you, it is.
They fill you with their pills and they shut you right down,
-and then they get inside your head...
..and it's like a worm inside the brain,
it's digging and churning inside your mind until
-you don't even know what you're thinking.
No! You're letting them in.
Oh, shut up! He's letting them in!
Everything's wrong, here. It's just wrong.
What's changed? Ask yourself, what's different? I'm not different.
Oh, no, no, no, no. I can do this, I can do this, I can do this...
I don't know. I don't even know what's going on.
You have to fight them, like I do.
I do. I mean, you never let them in, you shut them out,
and we can do that together.
No! I've... I've had enough.
I just... It's just everything...
It's just everything. It's all...
It's all too big.
Where is he?
You're not Pete.
I'm here. I'm... I'm right here.
You're not Pete.
You, you're one of them.
Listen to me, you have to get a grip of yourself.
You are not Pete.
-Come with me, Mikey.
A seat on Angel's flight.
For you, ya diddy.
Are you off your heid?
-You need to start living your life, mate.
-What, the night?
Well, I hope you can get a refund.
Well, I cannae, so you're going to have to go.
-It's got your name on it.
That's no' my problem.
If I left tonight, Scarlett would hit the roof.
She paid for half the ticket.
It doesn't have to be forever,
and if it's a disaster, then you just come home,
but you have to try it.
Any idiot can see that you and Angel are pure into each other.
And what if she's no'?
Only one way to find out.
Look, I know I'm pure sounding like a lassie and all that, but...
Aye, you are.
It's just...I'm proud of you...
for standing up to Anderson, and putting yourself out there.
That scumbag hijacked your life,
and we wasted a lot of years no' being a family.
Don't waste any with Angel, mate.
What if he does something? What if he's already done something?
Oh, dry your eyes.
He won't do anything. I know he won't.
How can you be so sure?
Well, he was on his own then. He's...
What? He has what?
He has me now.
He's got me too.
SHE SCOFFS What is this, The Waltons?
Peter Galloway is an egocentric, self-centred pig.
The only reason he would try and kill himself is to be
the centre of attention.
Remember when I was nine?
I remember hiding under my bed, cuddling Ellie,
cos you were fighting with one of your boyfriends.
Even when it went quiet, we stayed under there for hours,
until eventually I had the guts to come out.
When I came into your bedroom,
you were choking in your sleep.
I turned you on your side and started thumping your back,
until you were sick all over my nightdress.
The doctor said I saved your life.
Oh, my God.
Why don't I know about this?
Is that what you were doing, Mum?
Trying to be the centre of attention?
Mum, is this true?
I don't know what you're complaining about.
You got a new nightdress out of it, didn't you?
You're nothing but an old alky.
Oh, God. God...
Oh, Pete. Pete!
Oh, you missed me, then.
-I thought you were deid.
I'm sorry I put you through all this.
You will be. Don't ever do that to me again.
I don't know what's happening.
It's no' you, I know that now.
I've missed you.
You can't stay here.
The police are looking for him.
They're not looking for him, they're looking for Mikey.
Can you just give us a bit of space, please?
I'm not taking no for an answer.
I'm so tired.
Everything'll be fine now.
We'll get you back on the meds and we'll get you settled down again.
Whoa, slow down a minute.
I've been through so much this week.
But you're back now - that's all that matters.
-IN ITALIAN ACCENT:
-Meatballs, just like Mamma used to make.
Have you got a drink?
Well, you could open the wine?
Yeah, OK. I'm on it.
LENNY HUMS TO HIMSELF
You know, this is dead weird.
Well, us, being normal.
Oh, normal? Is that what we are?
Well, I don't think we've ever been what people refer to as "normal".
Yes, we have.
I remember that holiday in Playa Blanca.
Nobody knew us and we were just as normal as everyone else.
Is that how you remember it?
Don't spoil it.
What I remember is your mother getting burnt to a crisp
on the first day,
and having to spend the rest of the week in her bed.
You taught me how to swim.
I taught you a lot of things.
To becoming normal.
I talked to Dr Marshall,
and she says that once they've got you stabilised...
That's what I'm telling you -
there's other things they can try, besides the pills.
I don't want to go back on the pills.
I want to be me. I have to be me. Mikey says...
To hell with what Mikey says.
I don't want to get lost in the drugs like some kind of zombie.
You've been spending too much time with that hippie.
Don't call him that. Don't call him that.
He's my friend, and I left him to come back here.
I shouldn't have left him.
Pete, listen to me...
The state he was in.
You need to be thinking about yourself, now.
That's what I did, and now I'm back here,
and he's there, coming apart.
How could I leave him like that?
You'll think differently once you're back on the meds.
Oh, yeah, when they've got me under control, and locked down,
till I don't know who I am any more.
What am I going to do?
We're going to get through this together.
Forget about Mikey.
PETE BREATHES HEAVILY
Hey, can I speak to Angel?
She decided to leave early.
There was no point hanging around.
Do you love her?
Angel - do you love her?
I don't know.
OK, here's the deal.
I've never been your biggest fan, and we both know that.
I know you've got heavy stuff going on,
and I'm totally on your side with that,
but when it comes to Angel,
you've been a jerk.
And for some reason she likes you.
She's basically in love with you.
Is there a point to this?
She just left.
I know. You already told me that.
Like, JUST left...
minutes ago, on foot, headed towards Amber Cabs.
CAR DOOR SLAMS
I want to come with you.
I know I've not been the man that you deserve,
and that I've upset you and I've let you down,
but I want to make that up to you, if I can.
You told me to let myself be happy...
I don't even know if I know how to do that,
but I want to try...
with you, if you'll let me.
I don't think I've ever heard you say so many words.
For the first time in my life, I can see my future...
a wife, maybe even kids...
Oh, steady on.
I just... I can't imagine my future without you.
I'm sorry, Patrick...
..but you're going to need more clothes than that
if you're coming to Berlin.
Maybe we should have planned for conversation.
What do you want to talk about?
Well, I've been thinking a lot about Charlotte...
I doubt Fraser would hear of it, even if I tried.
I'll handle it.
Dad, I don't want any violence.
I wanted to...
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
I owe you an apology.
For the way things turned out.
I don't understand.
You know, I had such plans for you.
You were going to be different, you know.
I'd keep you away from my mistakes.
I thought I could maybe...
I was wrong.
Father, I got your message.
You said it was urgent?
I've got a confession for you.
What do you mean?
Lenny told me something earlier today...
in confession, so I shouldn't...
..but that's none of your concern.
What did he tell you?
He's about to kill somebody.
Somebody really close to him -
family, I'd say.
You mean me?
Ach, he was a guy I grew up with.
We were always in and out each other's houses, you know.
More like brothers than mates.
We were both working for this guy, Mackenzie.
HE EXHALES Oh-ho.
People talk about gangsters now,
but this guy, he was the real deal.
But he took us under his wing, you know.
Jamie always wanted more.
So, he started ripping the boss off,
just a wee bit to start with, you know,
but then more and more...
till eventually he got found out.
He put a price on his head.
Now, I was guilty by association, you see,
so I had to prove my loyalty,
and I knew that if I didn't,
it'd be the end for both of us.
Dad, what did you do?
I gave him somewhere to hide.
He trusted me.
And then one night...
You killed him?
One shot. Painless.
That was my first time.
You said he was like a brother.
You see, if you can kill something you love,
life becomes easier.
Nothing was ever as hard as Jamie.
He was your family.
You know, I remember the first night I came up when you were born.
I held you in my one hand,
and you were looking up at me with those...
those beautiful green eyes,
and I thought, "You know what? I'm going to hide her from this.
"She won't know this, this life."
But sometimes...sometimes it's out of your hands.
Oh, I don't know what do you mean.
You do know what I mean, Amber.
How long have you known?
Deep down, I think I've always known.
I just didn't want to admit it.
It all just happened in a blur.
I was trying to protect Charlotte.
I didn't know what else to do.
That doesn't matter.
This is where you've brought us to.
You've left me no option.
-Shut up, I said.
You know, most people couldn't have done what you've done,
not even your brothers -
pick up a gun, pull the trigger,
shoot your own father.
-I am what you made me.
Everything you've ever done to me,
everything you've ever made me,
that's what I was that night.
SHE BREATHES DEEPLY
But when I saw you in the...
When I saw you in the hospital...
when I held your hand...
-..I understood what I'd done.
If I let this go,
Maybe I'm finished anyway.
HE TAKES A DEEP BREATH
I love you, Amber.
I love you more than life itself.
I love you too, Dad.
Now you've got to go.
SHE BREATHES HEAVILY
HER FOOTSTEPS CLICK
DISTANT SIRENS WAIL
Are you OK?
You came back.
I knew, see? I knew this would happen.
I knew it. I did.
I'm all ready, see?
I'm all packed, and everything is in its place,
and a place for everything,
and I'm ready to hit the road, Cowboy.
We need to sit down and talk.
No, no, no, we need to go.
We need to go, because they're coming for me, I know they are,
and we need to go before it is too late.
We...we need a plan,
a...a proper plan.
Yeah, right enough.
What's the plan?
About what we do, when we get to London.
I've got a flat.
-Oh, yeah, yeah.
Wait, wait, wait till you see it. It's...
It's a penthouse.
Oh, yeah, it's huge. It's got so, so many rooms,
but we need to go, and we need to go now.
No, no, no. We've got time. The train's not for ages.
We need an A to Z of London.
Oh, I've got one of those.
Now, where did I put it?
-DRAWER SLAMS SHUT
-I can usually find anything in here.
Mikey, come on, now.
-No, so I was sure it was in that pile...
Come on, pal.
Come on, Mikey, it's time to go.
Found it. I knew I had one.
You have to come with me, now. You know that, don't you?
Look at me.
Look at me, Pete.
You've done the right thing.
Whatever you're planning, forget it. This finishes now.
Can't even trust your priest these days.
You can relax, I don't have any plans for you any more.
Hopefully far away from here.
It's always the ones closest to you that hurt you the most.
Isn't that what they say?
What have you done to her?
Why? What are you going to do.
You want to shoot me as well? Better join the queue.
What kind of man are you?
What is it, what's going on?
I need to get away, fast. You can do that, right?
Help make people disappear?
Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a minute, hold on, slow down.
What has happened?
I don't have time. Can you make me disappear or not?
I can't just arrange something like that.
It takes time, if you just tell me what's happened.
Come with me.
-Right now, come with me.
Leave it all behind, just you and me.
What are you running away from?
I can't tell you.
Has this got something to do with Lenny?
What if it had? Would it stop you?
I can't just drop everything, like that.
If you just tell me what's happened.
I'm sorry it had to be like this.
I love you.
Is he OK?
They've got him settled.
What about you?
It's the right thing. But it doesn't feel that way.
I know. But you had to do it.
I was shaking, I mean...shaking.
Did they get you some pills or something?
They gave me something to calm me down.
Let's get you home.
I'm not coming back with you.
What do you mean?
I'm staying here for a while. Voluntary.
But...are you sure?
I'm sure. And they've agreed.
I'm done running.
But, you could come home. I'll look after you.
I have to do this, Caitlin. There's too many roads out there.
I'll be here every day.
There's no escaping you, is there?
-Call me every day.
And let me know when I can come and visit.
You can visit any time.
Let me know when your plane lands.
-And you get to Angel's safely.
-Oh, my boy.
Take care, son.
You might want to think about growing that hair of yours out
a bit so that folk don't think you're one of they neo-Nazi bampots.
I will do.
Will you look after Gran for me? Come here.
And Ma and Bob, right.
I made you this.
Thanks for being there for me, through all of this...
That's what brothers are for.
..thanks for helping me... not be a victim any more.
You were never a victim. You're a survivor.
Strongest guy I know.
Bob, are you going to cry?
Naw, pal, just got something in my eye.
-Take it easy, big man.
-You and all.
Look after my family for me, eh?
You sure about this?
Aye. Let's go.
Glasgow Airport, please.
-See you, son.
-Cheery bye, son!
I'm sorry for what happened and that.
I was only looking out for you, mate.
"Though wise men at their end know dark is right
"Because their words had forked no lightning they
"Do not go gentle into that good night."
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
HORN HONKS SHE GASPS
Andy is going to move in here and we are going to be together...
no matter what games you play.
Mrs Roth, it's about your daughter.
This is a singles night, it's not a matchmaking event for Bob.
You've got to be kidding me.
Did you know she was coming here tonight?
It's been three days and no-one's seen her.
If you've done something to hurt her,
I might just finish the job she started.
-You just can't ignore this.
That Lenny might have killed her. It is time for the truth.