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What about that lassie you met in the Pop-Up? Kim.
-You do live here alone, don't you?
-I can explain.
Am I a notch on your headboard, is that it?
He's about to kill somebody really close to him.
Whatever you're planning, forget it - this finishes NOW.
-Could you make me disappear?
-Most people couldn't have done what you done.
Shoot your own father. You've left me with no option.
You kissed my wife in front of my child.
Where are you going?
Tell her that you're choosing a war zone over your family.
I'm sorry, I should never have fallen in love with you.
C'mon, Katie, we've got to go in a minute.
Morning to you, too.
Ah, so he emerges! Late night, was it?
Just catching up with some of the guys.
Oh! You're going to need a shower before you go anywhere.
No rush. I'm starting late.
Thought I might grab an extra hour in bed.
Want to join me?
That would be very tempting if you didn't smell like a brewery.
And if I didn't have two kids to get out to school.
But you make it look so easy.
In fact, I reckon you could probably handle one more.
Where did that come from?
Just something I've been thinking about.
Frankie'll be leaving home soon, and Katie might want another playmate.
What do you think?
CLEARS THROAT >
Did you get some breakfast?
Lost my appetite. Katie's ready.
Well, we better get going. Talk about this later?
Where's your uniform?
I've got a study day.
What? I do.
What are you doing?
Where is she?
Well, she's not in there.
It's been three days, and no-one's seen her.
I'm trying to find something.
Yeah, well, Amber can look after herself.
Anyway, I tell you, she's gone.
She wouldn't just go without telling me first.
Your sister's full of surprises. Maybe she'll send you a postcard.
I wouldn't even think about that, son.
If Mulvaney was right, if you've done something to her...
-Are you serious?
-I might just finish the job she started.
You're many things, but you're not your sister.
You've not got it in you, pal.
Change your mind, did you?
What are you doing?
-What does it look like?
-Looks like you've finally slipped your melon.
I was cold. Fancied a snuggle.
Anyway, looked like you were enjoying it.
I'm going to have to tell your mum.
Really? Don't you think she'll look at you differently?
Knowing where your lips have been,
that you've kissed her teenage daughter?
I think you're getting ahead of yourself.
-You don't have to hide it.
I know you want this.
What's going on?
-Because I haven't seen her in a few days,
and I can't get hold of her for love nor money.
-Why are you being so casual about this?
Cos I'm not about to go on some wild goose chase based on your paranoia.
I don't owe you anything.
Well, what about Amber? Do you not even care enough to look?
You know something about this, don't you?
She came to me a few nights back and wanted to run away, together.
The whole...start a new life thing.
I said no. But maybe she went through with it.
No. Not without getting word to me.
I can't start an investigation on the basis that you're feeling hurt your sister never said cheerio.
What about the fact Lenny might have something to do with this?
Full disclosure, or I'm walking.
He's started filling in the gaps in his memory.
About who might have put a bullet in him.
So you didn't know?
You don't believe me?
Amber might have had her reasons for putting a bullet in him,
but so did you.
Kind of convenient that she's gone and you can shift the blame.
Well, why would I come to you at all?
Lenny told me it was Amber - ask him!
Like he'd tell me anything!
Then think about it. What would make her run?
She knew she was in danger from Lenny.
So I'm supposed to just help her?
You lot are as bad as each other!
However you feel about Amber, you can't just ignore this.
That Lenny might have killed her!
Nah. No, even if she did shoot him, he wouldn't do that.
See, if she has escaped your family, best of luck to her, I say.
Good morning, sleepy head.
What's going on?
How did I get here?
Tell me where we are.
There's nothing to be scared about.
Everything's going to be OK from now on, just like we always planned.
I'm going to look after you.
Nobody can hurt us now.
I'm going to get you some breakfast.
You here to do some work or what?
I'm just thanking my darling wife for bringing my sandwiches.
Thank you, darling wife.
Anyway, they were stinking the house out. What's in them?
Egg and onion. Classic combo!
Get some breath fresheners, will you?
Bye, Bob. Nice to see you.
You missed a good night last night. I tried to phone you.
On a school night?
Since when's that stopped you? You can't hide away for ever, mate.
You're turning into a right bore.
I just don't fancy playing the third wheel.
-How are you going to change that if you don't put yourself out there?
-I have! Look how that turned out!
-One humiliation after another.
-I know you're still stinging about being scammed...
Please, gonnae just save me the lecture, eh?
I'm saying, you cannae run away from your social life forever.
Maybe some people are just meant to be alone, all right?
I'm telling you, Lor, she climbed on the bed and she kissed me before I knew what was happening.
What if something like this happens again?
Then we work together.
We shut it down.
You don't think we could?
I don't know.
She's trying to split us up.
She's not going to break us.
Give us some space, OK?
So, are you going to tell me what happened?
-Well, what did Andy say?
-I want to hear this from you.
I don't know, it just sort of... happened.
So this is not just another one of your games, then?
I don't know what you're talking about. It's not a game!
-There's been this chemistry between us for a while now.
Andy invited me through to the bedroom and we kissed.
That's not how he tells it.
Are you calling me a liar?
I'm saying you get a bit too wrapped up in your own fantasies.
Well, I can't help it if I've got feelings for him!
Feelings. That's very convenient, isn't it?
All these boys your own age and you develop feelings for Andy.
It's cos he's a real man. You should know...
He's strong, sensitive, attractive...
OK, that's enough. This is not going to work.
I knew you'd be like this!
You know, everything was fine until you let him move in here,
and now you don't even care how your own daughter feels.
You've broken this family up!
Hey. I thought you were working?
Bob's got the hump. I just left him to it.
Still down on himself?
Just finalising the song list for tonight.
AJ. Did Cassie tell you we're having another MatchSwipe night tonight?
-Don't bother - she's already tried to persuade me.
You're a catch, AJ - don't think you're not.
Aye, but for some reason, they keep throwing me back.
Come here. Check out all these hotties that are coming.
All trout-pouts and mirror selfies.
Oh, she's nice.
She is, aye. But...you can't.
Punching above my weight, is that it?
Well, aye, but that's not the reason. That is Kim Monroe.
-Bob's chick, remember?
-Did I not mess that up for him?
This is a singles' night - it's business.
It is not a matchmaking event for Bob.
I hope you're not thinking what I think you are.
Of course not.
That girl is coming to meet someone.
I'm sorry it didn't work out for her and Bob,
but you are not to interfere.
Wouldn't dream of it.
AJ? A word?
How do you fancy taking on the role of Cupid for tonight?
What are you boys talking about?
You've been around.
You know how hard it is to find love.
Bob doesn't have the natural gifts that we've been blessed with.
He needs all the help he can get.
You asking me to play matchmaker?
Bob needs this. With Kim being there? It must be fate.
She's sweet, beautiful... She's perfect for him.
What do you reckon?
Aye, all right, for Bob.
It's probably best we don't mention this to Cassie.
What man stuff?
You and AJ.
Oh, I was just talking him into coming tonight.
Oh, great. Nice work, muchacho.
Listen, you don't have to be there tonight, do you?
We're hosting it, so yeah.
Aye, but you've already done most of the hard work.
I can be the host with the most.
Why don't you just treat yourself to a wee night off?
No, I can't.
It's not fair. I can't leave it all to you.
-I don't mind.
-No. Another night.
Um... Are you saying I can't handle it?
That's what it sounds like.
Of course you can handle it. Don't be cray.
Prove it, then.
Do you not like my cooking or what?
How long have we been here?
It's rank. I don't blame you.
I'll make it up to you, though, when we've got a place of our own.
So, you have found us somewhere, then? Long term?
I'm working on it.
The cops are still looking for me for shooting your dad,
so I just want to make sure everything's set up before we move on.
Thanks for that, by the way.
Well, telling them it was me.
You tried to shop me in the hospital.
I went there to finish Lenny off for you,
but you grassed me up.
All I ever did was just try to protect you.
-When we were inside, and when we got out.
It was all for you.
When I saw you with that copper...
it was like somebody had grabbed me by the throat
and was squeezing so hard.
I couldn't breathe.
It hurt me, Red...
It hurt me so much.
I was scared and confused. I didn't know what I wanted.
How did you think I would feel, knowing that you were with him?
I kept you alive in jail because you were my girl.
If you're not my girl...
Of course I'm yours.
I'll always be yours.
Yeah, you will.
So she's not used her phone, credit cards, nothing?
What's she living on, fresh air?
I'll call you back.
Well, well, if it isn't Miss Marple!
Who was that?
-Who was it?
-You know, despite what you think, I want her back.
I've got my boys out there looking right now.
-You think I don't? I've told you, Amber's long gone.
Why? What do you know?
You checked the gym accounts lately?
-Cos they're looking a wee bit light.
As in zero. Amber's cleared them.
-That proves nothing.
-You could have taken that money yourself.
-Will you change the record?
What's it going to take to convince you?
To see her with my own eyes. Because I know what you were planning to do to her.
So you're telling me that's a no, then?
Did you not hear me the first time?
Cassie needs a night off.
And given all the times I've covered at the garage...
Covered? It's your job. I was paying you.
That's not the point. Help a brother out. Come on.
Could be a wee sweetener in it. Drinks and tips?
Don't tell me you ever thought this was going to be easy?
I didn't think it was going to start World War Three.
If it was just me and Andy, things would be perfect,
then you throw the kids in the mix...
Well, you've got a right to be happy, too.
Even if it is tough on them. You deserve it.
But there's got to be a breaking point, though?
How far does Frankie's bad behaviour have to go?
Well, from what I can see, Andy makes you happy -
don't throw that away.
I don't suppose you fancy having a word with her?
Concerned auntie and all that?
Throw me to the lion's den? Thanks a bunch.
Right, OK, OK, but I'm not promising anything!
Thanks, sis. I owe you one.
Donald means nothing to me, you know.
I thought, if I kept him close, it would make things easier for us.
Me and you.
In the long run.
You were pretty convincing.
Well, he's a smart guy. I had to be.
You have to believe me, Bee.
I love you.
That's why I cried out when I saw you in the hospital.
If you'd gone through with it, and they caught you,
they'd have thrown away the key.
I couldn't face the idea of only being able to see you
from across the table of a visitors' room.
Never being able to hold you...
..share a bed with you...
..or do this...
I was trying to protect you. Protect our future.
Where are we going?
You said you wanted to share a bed with me.
I want to talk to you.
I hear you've got a bit of a problem. Bed bugs?
You can do better than that.
So, how are things?
Vomit-inducing. Having to watch Mum fawning over Andy, it's pathetic.
Give it time. It's still new.
Time for what? Andy to get his feet under the table?
Oh, and you want him all to yourself, do you?
Don't make me sick.
Look, I care about you. I care about all of you.
I know you must be missing Greig.
It's difficult to get used to any new set-up.
Having to watch Mum whore herself out to another man, you mean.
Don't talk about your mother like that!
Call a spade a spade.
I thought that's what you were all about.
-OK, fine, do you want to know the truth?
Your mother put her life on hold to raise you and Katie.
-On a promise that your father would come back, and he never did.
-At least he was faithful!
Well, he betrayed her when he left.
So you're defending her? You're as bad as each other!
Cheating on her husband.
Yeah, you'd know all about that, wouldn't you, Annie?
Getting someone to fight your battles for you now, are you?
We need to try and understand why you're behaving like this.
Why I'm behaving like this? What about you?
Dad could be out there dying for all you know
and you're shagging his best mate behind his back!
What kind of person does that make you?
What kind of person does that make Andy?
Oh, well, you've changed your tune.
This morning, you were telling me you had feelings for Andy.
Of course I don't! I just wanted to see how you'd react.
Don't be so horrible.
It's too late to grow a spine now, Mother.
Maybe if you weren't such a walkover your entire life,
it wouldn't be so easy for me.
This is happening, Frankie.
Andy is going to move in here and we are going to be together!
-No matter what games you play. And...
It doesn't matter how anyone else feels
as long as you're getting some?
You don't give a crap about this family!
How can you say that?
Dad's better off without you.
We would be, too.
You know, you're just a desperate old skank
who jumped on the first man who'd have her!
You nip out for two minutes...
You don't know?
Well, ladies' fashions, not quite my thing.
Where did you get this?
At the gym. So all that crap you were giving me about Amber taking the money and doing a runner...
-I know as much about this as you do.
-Don't lie to me, Lenny!
What do you think this even proves?
That she thought about running, but you got to her first.
Otherwise, why would she leave it behind?
It is time for the truth.
What, you think I'm that sloppy, aye? Leave the bag behind?
You think I won't do it?
All right. Say I thought about it.
I was upset, my daughter shot me. So I sent her away!
Then I'd seen the money was missing, I thought good, she'd screwed me over...
This is something else.
-We're wasting time here.
-I said, sit down.
What you doing, Red?
That's ingenious, Bee. Hey! I'm starving.
Have you got anything to eat?
Should have had that stuff you made for me earlier.
-I'll grab you something while I'm out.
-You're going out?
Won't be long. I just got a couple of things I need to sort out
so everything's in place when we move on.
Well, can I come with you?
-But we'll be careful.
I don't want to.
You've got to get your rest. Keep your strength up.
Don't you trust me?
I don't know, to be honest.
It's going to take me a while
-to forget how you've betrayed me in the past.
Luckily, we've got all the time in the world.
It's not a request, babe.
Hi, Molly. Liz.
Ooh! Someone's been shopping, I see?
A girl's got to treat herself every now and again.
Plus, I took the night off.
Aw, that's nice, eh?
I suppose that's why Bob's working in the Pop-Up.
I ran into him earlier and he said that he was covering a shift there.
Funny. Angus never mentioned.
Bob won't mind. Not when it's in such a good cause.
Oh! What are you doing here?
What am I doing here?
You forgot to mention that you were dragging Bob along tonight when I specifically told you not to.
You look nice.
Don't you try and distract me!
You promised that you were not going to play matchmaker tonight.
So it's just a coincidence
that both Bob and Kim are going to be here tonight?
It was maybe in the back of my mind.
Bob, Kim, something might happen... But the fact is Kim's cancelled.
Yeah. And I've got this!
So why don't you head to the Ship?
I'll meet you there in an hour. My way of apologising.
It's a date.
I'll get it!
Frankie would test the patience of a saint.
Even so, I should never have hit her.
Mrs Roth? It's about your daughter.
You know what, if you're going to do it, just do it.
-Don't push me.
-While you're in here playing the hard man,
your sister could be in real trouble.
She was running away but something's happened. And it wasn't me.
OK, prove it.
If you've got nothing to hide, we'll need the cops out looking for her.
All right, then.
I won't be long.
I can't believe this.
What did they say?
That they're not going to involve Social Services, for now.
Are they gone?
Yeah, they're gone, Katie.
Are they going to arrest you?
No! Darling, nobody's going to arrest me.
Hey. Everything's OK.
All right, mate? Where do you want me?
Behind the bar?
You've got to be kidding me. It's another flaming MatchSwipe night?
You told me I was here to work!
You are. You are, but...
I've got a wee mission for you as well.
Is this a stitch-up?
Bob, it's not all about you.
I'm trying to do something nice for AJ.
Right. Go on, then.
He's dipping his toe back in the dating game,
and I thought he could do with a wingman.
Aye, maybe he does.
All right, lads!
I didn't get her number, but I'll try again later.
Did you know she was coming here tonight?
I better go make sure everything's good to go.
Wee boys' room.
How-how are you?
I wasn't expecting to see you here tonight.
I wouldn't have come if I'd known you'd be here.
That's not what I meant...
That's...good to know.
Have a good night.
Aye - you, too.
On you go.
Come for another go, then, have you?
Do you have any idea what you just did?
I've just had the police at our door!
Yeah, well, all I did was tell them the truth.
What if they'd have charged me?
What if they'd decided to involve Social Services?
Do you want to see your wee sister go into care?
-Then what did you think would happen?
Don't try and turn this around - it was you who hit me!
Not everything is about you. That's exactly your problem.
You're spiteful, and manipulative.
If you want to keep playing games, you can do it elsewhere.
If the police are prepared to treat you like an adult, then so am I.
We're done here.
I mean it.
If you're not prepared to be
a responsible part of this family, then just go.
Put that away.
I said put that away, now!
You of all people should know the damage it can cause.
Now we're all playing nicely...
This doesn't make any sense.
Yeah. That's what I've been trying to tell him.
Why go to that bother, and then just leave it?
Because someone got to her.
Make any new enemies recently?
I'm wracking my brains...
Well, look, CCTV, phone tracking... So far we've come up with nothing.
And if anybody's contacted Amber, they're not talking.
You talked to Fraser?
This all started with him and that wee lassie.
I've done all I can. We need to make this official.
You need to be willing to do what it takes.
Let me put a Missing Persons out. If she's out there...
-Just, do what you have to, all right?
Of course, when we find her,
there is still the matter of an attempted murder to talk about.
On what evidence?
You told Alex Amber shot you.
Alex! You cannae believe a word he says.
Anyway, I don't think any of us want to see her getting sent back down again, do we?
I just want her back.
Hi, could I get a glass of white, please?
Feel free to pitch in.
I'm entitled to a night off, aren't I?
Just as long as you're not expecting those to be staff drinks.
I am trying to run a business here.
Talk about a ball-breaker, huh?
I mean, where did she pick her management style, North Korea?
-Eh, that's my mother you're talking about there.
-I didn't mean...
Please just keep your opinions to yourself, eh?
MAN: # My lady in red... #
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Fire in, mate. Now's your chance.
Nah. She doesn't want to know.
You fancy her, right?
Aye, but she's not interested.
Only one way to find out.
Sorry. Sorry. Sorry! Lost my footing.
Tripped on a...handbag or something.
No harm done.
I'm not some weird stalker guy.
I didn't know anything about this, I swear.
It's a free country.
Listen, can we start over?
I just wanted to say I'm sorry about last time.
I'm... I'm not good with liars.
Me, neither. That's not me. I made a mistake.
I really like you, Kim.
I wasn't doing it to trick you or anything.
I was just...
I stay with my ma.
The social highlight of my week is eating cheesy pasta
and watching Ant and Dec with my ma and my sister.
I like Ant and Dec. And cheesy pasta.
I should have been honest with you.
Yeah, you should have.
So, can we...start again?
I'm sorry, Bob. I can't take any chances.
Can I buy you a drink?
What brings you here, then?
To be honest, I'm just trying to avoid going home.
Yeah? I can help with that. Grab a table.
Why's it so hard to find someone nice and normal, eh?
No. I don't know. Maybe. No.
I know that feeling. Who is he?
D'you know him?
Yeah, yeah, I do.
Do you trust him? Is he honest?
Sometimes too honest.
Does he live with his mum?
Yeah, yeah, he does. Why?
Did she go down OK?
Yeah. She's just asking about the police.
I told Frankie that I wanted her out.
I'm a terrible mother.
You're not. It makes you human.
I don't know what I'm doing with Frankie any more.
You're doing fine.
Look, I'd understand if you want to just run away from all this.
I'm in this for the long haul - you should know that.
Maybe this is my fault, anyway. Moving things too quickly?
If you and Frankie need some time, I can give it to you.
I've been waiting 15 years for this, and I just want to make it work.
Oh! That's minging.
Thanks for the drinks, but I better be getting home.
I thought you were avoiding it.
Well, I need to face it some time.
At least let me get you home safe.
We can share a cab.
Oh, come on!
'Hi, it's Angus. Sorry I can't get to the phone. Leave a message and I'll get back to you.'
Wait. Where you going?
Home. Cos I've had a wonderful evening, but this wasn't it.
I'm sorry if I snapped before.
It's OK. It was me that was out of line.
Accurate, though. "Ball-breaker"!
What's the matter?
Angus was supposed to meet me here. He's stood me up.
I've got a sneaking suspicion that he's playing cupid for Bob.
Oh! That's never a good idea.
That's what I said!
The whole thing's got disaster written all over it.
Although, poor Bob...
Wrong side of 30, still living with his overbearing mother.
I know how he feels.
-Not that there's anything wrong with...
Since Gary left, I'm worried that I'm turning into Norman Bates.
Do you miss Gary?
Would it be bad if I said no?
-It was just more having him around.
-My social circle's evaporated of late.
-Yeah, tell me about it.
What are we doing here?
Let's say we ban talking about other halves, and, I don't know,
-That is something I can drink to.
I'm away home.
Oh! What about Kim?
She's not interested.
Aye, she is. She was asking Ellie about you.
Aye, she was.
Faint heart n'er won fair maiden.
Whatever. I'm just going to get my jacket and go home. Catch ye later.
Do you want to put your name down for a song?
Oh, no. I don't sing.
None of this lot can.
Tonight's about letting the music do the talking.
Have you seen Bob anywhere?
Aye. He's here somewhere.
Can you tell him I said goodbye?
Tell him to give me a call. If...if he wants to...
You tell him. He can't be far.
I need to go.
He really likes you, Kim.
He's my best pal in the whole world and I know he messed up before,
but it's only cos he likes you so much.
Please just stay and talk to him.
Bob! Bob, er...wait!
Ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the two minute singles' serenade!
Your chance to impress that certain someone out there...
MUSIC: Can't Get You Out Of My Head by Kylie Minogue
This is your chance.
Please help me give a warm Pop-Up welcome to the next performer
looking for love, the one and only Kim Monroe.
Just let the music do the talking, remember.
Bob, this one's for you.
FEEDBACK FROM MIC
# La la la
# La la la la la
# La la la
# La la la
# I just can't get you out of my head
# Boy, your loving is all I think about
# I just can't get you out of my head
# Boy it's more than I dare to think about
# La la la... #
Start with the Tall Ship, and then go door-to-door.
-Glasgow's finest on it, eh?
-We'll canvas the residents.
-See if anybody's seen anything.
-I want to be there.
-Do you still think I killed your sister?
But that changes nothing.
Should you not be out there?
Lenny, I need to know. If we...
When we find her, you won't take things any further?
What do you think's going on here - some kinda payback?
I want Amber home, safe.
I wish we were on a desert island somewhere.
Could be arranged.
I'm serious, Lor.
Maybe a family holiday is what we need right now.
Great. Do we have to take Frankie?
What is it?
I need to speak to her. I've left it too long.
'Hi, Frankie. Leave a message after the tone. Bye.'
Getting her voicemail.
Look, I'll go. Let me see if I can find her.
Walk you to your door?
Thanks, but this isn't going anywhere.
-Leave me alone!
Don't act like you don't want this.
Oi! Hands off!
-If I ever see you round here again...
Are you OK?
Come on, let's get you inside.
It's OK. You're safe now.
I know he was a creep, but I just needed a lift home.
I thought I could handle myself.
The look on his face, though. When you came charging down.
He was lucky I didn't lamp him.
Frankie, I didn't mean to make you feel like you had to go like that.
Of course I don't want you to leave.
Yeah, well, I'm sorry, too.
I heard you both this morning.
I thought you were going to replace me.
Nobody's going to replace you!
Do you think they could?
I suppose you're not all bad. Maybe quite useful.
Thanks. I think.
It's just...everything's been changing so fast recently. I know.
I suppose, if you're going to be here,
maybe I could make more of an effort.
Just don't expect me to call you Dad or anything.
TRIES DOOR HANDLE
Amber Murdoch. Missing.
-Few days, apparently. No sign.
Couldn't have happened to a nicer lassie.
What if something terrible's happened? Do they have any leads?
He wouldn't say.
I reckon somebody's thrown a bucket of water over her and she's melted.
"I'm melting, I'm melting!"
Yeah. We're going straight to hell.
Liz! What's going on?
It's Amber Murdoch. They're saying she's disappeared.
A few days ago. I told them, with that family, anything's possible.
I just hope no harm comes to that girl.
Malcolm had such a soft spot...
Liz tells me you're looking for Amber?
That's right, Mrs O'Hara. If you'd like to talk to one of the officers...
It's just that I saw her just the other night.
When was this?
Three nights ago.
Are you sure?
My memory is not that bad yet.
Of course. Just tell me exactly what you saw.
It was dark and I didn't see too clearly,
but I think she was getting into a taxi outside the gym,
and it looked as though she'd had a few wee bevvies.
She wasn't too steady on her feet.
Was she with anyone?
Oh, yes, listen, that lassie, Belinda, was helping her.
-Have you come up with anything yet?
-We need to talk. It's about Belinda.
You two staying on?
Want to head to the Ship? Drown our single sorrows together?
Argh! The Ship!
I've left Cassie waiting - I was meant to be there ages ago.
Mate, she's gonna rip you a new one.
Bob, lock up for me, will you?
Aye, no bother.
-See you later.
I don't think I've ever been serenaded before.
Well, don't get used to it. I save my singing for the shower.
I'd like to see that.
Hear. I mean hear.
I'd like to hear that.
That came out all wrong.
One step at a time, eh?
I'm sorry for not being totally honest before
and, in the spirit of full disclosure,
there's probably some other stuff you should know...
Engaged five times, married once.
No weans, but I did look after my ex-wife's baby that she had with another guy,
while he was on the run for manslaughter.
But it doesn't matter - he's in the jail now, so...
And I thought my personal life was complicated!
Oh, really? So what's your story, then?
Nothing, really. I can't beat that.
Go on. Don't be shy.
No. No, maybe another time.
I should be making a move.
You're not going the now, are you? Did I share too much?
Look, my life's not always like that.
No, it's not that. It's just...
I need to get my last train.
Right, well...can I see you again?
I'd like that.
Good. I will, then.
-Good night, Bob.
Good night again.
I heard a police siren. I thought they'd found us.
You think I was born yesterday, don't you?
Please, listen to me...
All that crap about you loving me, trying to protect me...
You were just playing me the whole time!
I can't believe I've been so stupid.
Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.
I thought you were the one. I thought you were different.
I thought we'd grow old together.
You make me sick.
Then let me go. Walk away.
No. Too late for that.
I mentioned this to your mum earlier,
and I think I've found one that suits...
Hey! What are you doing up?
I can't sleep.
Katie, what would you say to us all going on holiday?
Is everything OK?
Yeah, yeah, it's just work. I better take it.
Course. Just text me the address.
Yeah. Yeah. OK.
I'll see you tomorrow.
There's nothing new. They'll keep us updated.
So you can't access Belinda's sealed file?
I don't have the authorisation.
She's dangerous! And she's got my daughter.
-I just have to think of a way we can be together,
-one that you can't screw up!
-I thought you said we were over.
I had high hopes for us, Amber.
I thought I could make you happy, but you wouldn't have it, would you?
No. You wouldn't have it.
Bee, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, OK?
DOOR SLAMS AND ECHOES
So you're saying you might never walk again?
-He's coming home.
-He doesn't need you. I do.
There's a touring production of Madame Butterfly.
Is there a ticket going spare?
Might be a bit of a strain for you, a woman of your years.
How do we get out?
There is no getting out!
-Accessed that sealed file.
The last known associate of Belinda.
'Belinda loves me, and I love her.'
'She's stopped covering her tracks.'
She's still alive. We're going to get her back.
It was taken this morning outside Wildlife Outdoor Supplies.
When this is over, I'm taking Amber away from this, from you.
-This is murder.
-Shut up! Shut up! Stop it!
-This is all going to go down today, isn't it?
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