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I've been waiting for 15 years for this.
Tell her that you're choosing a war zone over your family.
-What would you say about us all going on holiday?
-I'll see you tomorrow.
Let me put out a missing persons.
-I just want her back.
-But I saw her just the other night.
-Was she with anyone?
It's going to take me a while to forget how you've betrayed me in the past.
So you can't access Belinda's sealed file.
-She's got my daughter.
-Then let me go.
-Too late for that.
Grrr! Come on!
SHE STRAINS AND STRUGGLES
Come on... Come on...
SCREW CLATTERS TO GROUND
-Why are you out of breath?
-I suppose that's my fault, then?
-I never said that.
I can see it in your eyes.
Really, you can't.
Well, that's good, because none of this is easy for me either.
-You planning a feast?
I'm aware of that, sir.
Fine, fine, but if there was a media strategy, can I...
Yes, thank you, sir. Yeah, I'll be in touch.
Come on, Columbo, the trail's getting colder by the second here.
So what's the media strategy? Is there going to be a press conference?
Chief won't authorise one. He doesn't feel there's grounds to consider this an abduction.
Belinda is a murder suspect and an ex-con.
And Amber was her cell mate.
-So officially, this is a Missing Persons case.
-So what does that get us?
All units will have photos and descriptions of both the women.
But it does mean a lot less units on the ground.
They're not going to be walking the streets, are they?
She's going to have her stashed away.
Which means a house that's been broken into or signs of life in a disused building.
We will be looking out for that too.
So now we're counting on a polis noticing
a broken window on the way to his next tea break?
It's a start, Lenny.
We're speaking to informants as well - if Amber was sedated then
somebody had to provide the drugs.
They're well known for being chatty, those guys.
-I think I can make it worth their while.
-Not good enough.
-What are you doing?
Seeing if 50 grand is going to start somebody talking.
Reward money, really?
Sometimes it takes more than civic duty to motivate people.
Those sort of people you're talking about could get Amber killed.
Look. You going by the book, it's getting us nowhere, OK?
So stay out of my road while I get my daughter back.
Must he do that?
I find it quite pleasant, actually.
Couldn't hold a tune in a bucket, actually.
Gonna let us in and put the kettle on any time soon?
Of course, of course. I'm not one to neglect my duties.
Now, are either of you ladies fans of Puccini?
I'll stick to custard creams, thanks.
He means the composer.
Indeed I do. There's a touring production of Madame Butterfly
in town tonight and I just happen to have a spare ticket.
On you go, doll. Oh, I'll not stand in your way.
Oh, well, yes, I'm sure that would be an experience.
-You'll join me then?
You've never been to an opera in your life.
Maybe not, but Malcolm and I were regular theatre go-ers.
Francie and Josie don't count as theatre.
You can mock all you like, but I will be enjoying
a cultural evening while you park yourself in front of the idiot box.
Did Andy say where he was going?
I didn't ask.
You've had some breakfast, good. Good.
You OK to take Katie into school today?
What, like every other day, do you mean?
It's not like every other day, is it? After last night.
Mum, I'm good. Katie's good.
-Even Andy's good.
Don't say cool - you're like a million years old.
Cheers, thanks very much.
Just concentrate on Glasgow initially,
we'll cast the net wider as and when.
Send everything over to me - everything.
-The very best the forces of law and order can offer, eh?
We haven't got time for you two to lock horns.
Listen, what I wanna know is, what it's going to take for your boss
to take it seriously - a ransom note?
Amber's finger in the post?
I've put in a request for Belinda's file to be opened.
So that might let us bring more pressure to bear.
-A request? Why can't you just...
-It's pathetic, that's what it is.
Her case file's been sealed - any offences she committed as a juvenile
aren't available to us without the approval of both the Fiscal's Office
-and a representative of the court that passed the original judgment.
-What is this, a joke?
A young woman's been abducted and we're waiting here for you, to what, find out about ticking boxes?
I've set the wheels in motion - it's just gonna take time.
This whole sealed thing.
They wouldn't go to all that trouble for something like shoplifting.
We're dealing with a maniac here, but I don't want you to worry -
because he's set wheels in motion.
You've cut all kinds of corners down the years, anything to get to him.
You've picked a hell of a time to start doing things by the book.
-There you go.
Here we are.
Thanks. Sorry for being a bit teenage.
Don't worry about it.
I shouldn't really have dragged you away.
There's nothing else I can do.
Is Alex worried?
My stuff feels a bit lame now.
No, I'm sure it's not.
Andy wants us to go on holiday together.
Great, maybe I was a bit hasty.
-No, no, I'm joking. Well, it's a big deal.
It really is. It means going public, and making a commitment.
Are you ready for that?
I think I am.
I know I am.
I wasn't gonna have a cake.
-It's, literally, what the doctor ordered.
-I couldn't resist.
There's your personal philosophy in a nutshell.
See? I'm much more of a scarlet woman than you'll ever be.
At least you won't have your ex still on the scene.
Hmmm, there is that.
-Andy, he makes you happy, doesn't he?
And the kids are coming round to the idea?
Pretty much. Even Frankie.
Then there's no-one else to worry about, is there?
So, how bad?
-Is it permanent, you mean?
No. No, thankfully not.
They can't put a concrete timeframe on things, but
I'm already better than what I was, so...
You don't need to look so worried.
I just need you to help me get me of here and then I won't bother you again.
What do you mean, get out?
Well, they won't discharge me unaccompanied.
It's all to do with the insurance and stuff.
What am I meant to do, leave you at a bus stop?
It's all right, I've got everything sorted - a hotel,
nice accessible room, it's got everything on site.
-A restaurant, bar,
there's even a gym I can start working out on my upper body.
Greig, you can't be on your own.
I'll be all right, thanks.
-Look, you owe me this.
Just help me out with this one little favour and then you can get back to...
Yeah, well, let's not even go there, eh?
Can you just give me a minute please? Thank you.
What sort of a host am I, eh?
Leaving you like...
You can't play nice, can you?
Where are you going?
I'm not going anywhere, darling.
Wait, how do we get out if...
There is no getting out.
Can't you see it?
Today is the day, Amber.
Any news? On Amber?
I think I should probably talk to Lenny first.
Have you found her? Is it bad?
No, no - it's very much an ongoing investigation.
All right. OK, OK, thanks.
Annie, I need to go.
That was Andy, he's with Greig.
No, not like that. He's been injured.
Is it serious?
Oh, Annie, it's bad. I need to go.
Will you come with me, please?
Of course. Of course.
I don't know what I'm gonna do, or even what I'm gonna say...
It's all right. We're going to sort it, OK?
You hear anybody's got a sniff about anything,
you bring them to me, OK? Cash on delivery.
Things might get a little messy.
It doesn't really matter, don't think I'll be a cop much longer.
-What are you talking about?
-Don't kid yourself - he'll be a cop till the day he dies.
I accessed that sealed file. Without authorisation.
As soon as my bosses find out, I'm done.
When she was 14 years old, Belinda Roberts,
real name Jean Marsden, stabbed a boy in her class to death.
He was the boyfriend of some girl that she'd become infatuated with.
"Multiple knife wounds."
A frenzied attack.
And the lassie?
She died too. The file talks about a suicide pact but...
She did. She stole a car, drove it into a river.
The girl just never made it out.
Do you reckon that what she's got planned? For Amber?
Then please tell me you've got more than two men and a dog on it?
Every possible resource is now being deployed.
Since we don't know how much time we have...
Kyle Williams - he's a low level drug dealer, also the last known
associate of Belinda.
Since we can't find him by legitimate means...
This. This is where it all ends, then?
I'm afraid so, babe.
D'you know what I've always thought is really romantic?
You know when you see a funeral pyre and the widow, she throws
herself onto the flames.
She's overcome with grief, yes, but it's passion too. Love.
You're going to kill us both.
There'll be a blast.
The gas, and the boiler, but it'll be instantaneous.
I'd hate for you to suffer.
This place is going to be demolished.
No-one will ever find me, will they?
They might find our ashes.
My family won't know.
Craig won't know.
He doesn't care. He doesn't care about you.
He does. He's probably out there, now, looking for me.
He's got no right.
To what? To care about me? To love me?
How are you gonna stop him?
I'm not. You are.
-He had to call. You know he did.
What, are you here to give me a once-over?
-I'm here to support my sister.
-I didn't ask for an audience.
I didn't want an audience.
Well, you're gonna need some help.
Not from you.
It's all right, I've got it.
At least let me talk to your doctors?
If it stops getting me grief.
Find out everything you can.
-I honestly don't know.
Well, this is extremely generous of you.
Most of it was liberated from Robbie's wardrobe.
-Does he know?
-Lord, no, but it's for his own good.
The phrase mutton dressed as lamb did spring to mind.
Well, whatever the motivation, I'm sure all this will fly off the racks.
You should see if there's any gladrags in there to suit you, Liz.
My son is a gay man, not a drag queen.
Molly, for a change, was being facetious.
I was just saying to her
I don't know what I'll wear for the opera tonight.
The opera? Hmm, fancy.
Now, that's my problem, actually. Is there a formal dress code?
Well, I shall be giving the old dickie bow an airing.
I don't know if I've got anything appropriate,
I would hate to show you up.
You're not having second thoughts, are you?
Ooof, it's not that I don't want to go.
Oh, Lord, no.
Is there a ticket going spare then?
It rather sounds as if there might be.
Might be a bit of a strain for you, out so late, a woman of your years.
Are you saying I should be tucked up at home with a mug of cocoa?
Well, if you have nothing to wear.
I'll find a frock from somewhere.
-Alasdair, I wouldn't miss it for the world.
Are you focusing on places near water?
As best we can. Glasgow's got miles of rivers, canals.
They could be at Loch Lomond in 20 minutes.
And there's no guarantee she'll follow the same pattern anyway.
-That's the boy Kyle on his way.
-Your people work fast.
You should try it some time.
-'Craig, it's me.'
-Are you OK?
-'I'm fine. I'm...'
I'm with the person who is my destiny.
Are you safe?
Belinda loves me. And I love her.
'You have to understand.'
We're like Romeo and Juliet.
'It's important you understand.'
-You could never compete with what we have.
-'I do. I understand.'
-She means more to me than you ever did.
-'I'm happy for you.'
For both of you.
Look, we don't want anybody getting into trouble here.
Or hurt. People are worried about you.
'Your dad's tearing his hair out.'
-I have to go now.
-'Listen, Amber. Is Belinda there?
-'Can I talk to her?'
-She's got nothing to say to you.
Where are you going?
I need a minute.
What is it? What happened there?
-Has she got her at gunpoint?
-Is she drugged? I don't know, maybe both.
-Listen to me, both of you. We need to go over what she said.
She might have been trying to tell us something.
She kept saying I had to understand,
and then something about Romeo and Juliet.
-What do you mean?
She knows how that wee story ends.
She knows what's going to happen. She knows what Belinda's going to...
-She must be terrified. Can you trace the call?
-Yeah, yeah, we can try.
Look at me.
She's still alive. We're going to get her back.
Kyle, my boy, your timing's perfect.
You might be better off out of here.
There's no time to be squeamish.
Listen, listen, let me talk to him.
I've interviewed thousands of guys like that - he'll just tell you
whatever he thinks you want to hear, he'll tell me the truth.
Yeah, can I get a trace on a mobile phone, please?
-He knows what he's doing.
-You think so?
What did they say?
Well, you know what doctors are like.
He had to have surgery to remove the shrapnel.
It had gone into his back and broke a vertebrae,
which compacted his spinal cord.
It's only when the swelling goes down after the operation,
that they'll be able to tell whether there's any permanent nerve damage.
So, are you saying he might never walk again?
Worst case scenario.
What's the best case?
Swelling goes down, he spends some time doing physio,
you know, building his strength back up.
-Then crutches, then a stick, then hopefully...
-Back to normal.
Yes. It is going to be a waiting game, Lor.
Well, that's me, officially demobbed,
so if one of you lovely people could call me a cab, that would be great.
Get him out of here.
-So are we getting somewhere now?
-It's a start.
So why is he looking more worried than before?
-I don't like that she's stopped covering her tracks.
-What do you mean?
She got her tranquillisers from a known associate.
-She's let Amber use her phone.
-So? She's getting slack.
Or she thinks it doesn't matter any more because by the time
we find her it'll be too late.
-You got a laptop I can use?
-In the car, gimme two seconds.
This is all going to go down today, isn't it?
It is, probably.
-You're gonna get her killed.
-No, I'm gonna save her life.
Great, stick the coordinates in an e-mail for me, will you?
And thank you, good work.
-We've got a lead on the phone.
You do things your way, OK? I'll do it mine.
You can't possibly function on your own.
Thanks for the vote of confidence,
but I don't remember asking you to come round here,
to tell me what I can and can't do.
For God's sake, man, of course you did.
What do you mean by that?
Well, you've still got family in Belfast.
And you've got loads of other friends in the army.
You called Andy because you knew he'd bring Lorna
so the both of them could see the state you were in.
What is it they call it? Bedside manner, is that it?
Do they hand out awards for that sort of thing? Cos you'd be a frontrunner, Annie.
I didn't plant the bomb by the roadside if that's what you're asking.
I wanted to be near my children.
When the blast went off.
When they were putting me in the chopper.
When they wheeled me into theatre, such as it was, like.
It was my kids that I was thinking about, not any of you three.
So, yeah, I did pick Glasgow.
Now, I'm sorry if that's inconvenient for anyone here,
-but that's just the way it goes..
-He's coming home.
-What, do I not get a say in any of this?
-No, you don't.
You need to stay with me until you're well enough to...
Until you're well enough.
You don't know what's gonna happen. No-one does.
All the more reason.
I don't need you to be my carer.
No, but I'm still the mother of your children.
For their sake, we both... We all need to do the right thing.
You don't want to come across as desperate.
How is a text going to do that?
A text is fine, another date so soon, a double date?
We're his pals, what's wrong with hanging out together?
All I'm gonna do is say I had a nice time last night.
You're not going to say "nice", but?
What do you want me to say? Epic? Sick? Rad?
You need to put some oomph into it, man.
AJ, you tell him, you're a man of the world.
I don't need anybody to tell me anything, all right?
Look, just be honest and be yourself.
Did you not say the exact opposite the other day?
Hey, if the coffee's bad you get to complain - the rest of the stuff
I'm making up as I go along.
Fine. But at least let me read the text before you send it, eh?
So we know where Belinda bought the drugs, we know the call came
from this mobile phone tower, here, coverage radius is 4.8 miles.
Put in the two postcodes, see what it gives us.
That's some distance apart.
That's because there's only two points on the map,
we need a third for triangulation.
-Gimme the areas anyway, right, I want my boys out there.
-No guns. No rescue attempts.
They see anything, they call me. Deal?
-They're looking for derelict buildings, derelict shops, lock ups,
sheds - anywhere you could feasibly hold a person against their will.
We'll start here. By the river.
You need to trust him.
That'll be the day.
The guy's just committed career suicide for the chance to get Amber back.
What do I care?
This is Detective Inspector Donald.
You need to focus CCTV analysis on the area where we've got the
confirmed sighting of Belinda Roberts.
Re-direct Air Support and patrol units too. Good.
Keep me in the loop.
I thought you were gonna wriggle out of it when Suzie was fishing
for that ticket.
Don't kid a kidder. C'mon, tell me, what is it?
Well, I suppose it's silly, but I did not like how
eager Alasdair seemed to jettison me in favour of a younger,
more glamorous option.
You're not jealous?
Not in the traditional sense.
What does that mean?
I don't know how many more chances I'll get
to be the lady on a gentleman's arm.
I'd be a fool to pass this one up, wouldn't I?
For goodness' sake, you've got plenty more nights ahead of you, woman.
With the best will in the world, Molly, I think we both know that's not exactly true.
You go and have a lovely time tonight,
and Alasdair should count himself lucky that you're on his arm.
-You'll be off home to get changed soon, I expect.
-You expect correctly.
Good, good. Don't get me wrong, a cardigan is a wardrobe essential,
but for an evening of high culture...
This one could put Grace Kelly in the shade, don't you worry.
In my younger days folk told me I had a look of Shirley MacLaine.
-Aye, aye, uh-huh, I can see that now that you mention it.
You must have better eyesight than me.
It's OK. Everything's gonna be fine. I promise.
Let's get you inside, shall we?
Wait til you see this. Andy is gonna carry me across the threshold in a second.
-No, no, not like that.
-Don't spoil his fun.
Your best bet is just to get him up in the chair, OK?
Are you sure about this?
My lover's helping my crippled husband into the home that we
planned to share - what could possibly go wrong?
Have you seen my green shirt?
-The one with the purple cuffs?
Can't say I have, no.
Well, it's vanished.
Who's peed on your chips?
Oh, I'm being ridiculous.
Sorry, you're going to have to be a wee bit more specific.
It's just Alasdair mentioned the opera earlier on...
The opera? You?
That is exactly what I mean.
I am very open-minded, very willing to broaden my horizons.
OK, so, go.
We can catch up on the Housewives another night.
Oh, I wasn't even properly invited.
Then why are you so worked up about it?
Because it was a fleeting glimpse of a more cosmopolitan life.
As I said, ridiculous.
Actually I don't think it is.
It's good that you're open to new things.
That you don't want to pigeonhole yourself - you've got more to
you than that, Mum.
That's sweet of you to say but I think the moment's passed.
Alasdair already has his companion for the evening.
Oh, let me.
It's all right, mate, you've done enough as it is.
And anyway, it's not like you're gonna be around 24/7, is it?
Piece of cake.
Ah, it's all right. Leave her be, it's what I want.
It's what I need.
-I made you a card.
Alasdair, the very man. What are you having - my shout?
That's very hospitable of you - I'll have a lime and soda, please.
Keeping a clear head for the opera, eh?
Bad form to snooze.
Mmmm. I wanted to pick your brains.
My mum's mad keen on going, y'know.
-Do you think it's important to try new things?
Even, I mean, she'll kill me for saying this, later in life?
Certainly I do.
I'm starting to feel the same.
An open mind is a healthy mind.
A lime and soda coming up.
Whatever you're drinking it's on me.
Why am I so popular this evening?
Oh, it's the least I can do. You've made Liz's day.
You've made Liz's week.
Have I really? I had no idea she was such a buff.
Oh, definitely. A connoisseur.
Do you go regularly then?
Not as often as I'd like.
What's your favourite?
My, my, my favourite aria, you mean?
..the one from the football.
Ah, oh, yes.
Yes... Well, I like the one...
from the ice cream advert.
Ladies, I've been a fool.
I doubt that very much.
It never occurred to me that I should give up both my tickets.
Oh, no, that wouldn't be fair.
Who am I to stand in the way of two such enthusiasts?
Looks like you two ladies have a date.
Oh, one thing. I got my touring dates muddled up.
It's not Puccini this month, it's Wagner.
I don't think I'm familiar with...
Tannhauser. It's a fascinating piece.
You can really see him beginning to get into his Gesamtkunstwerk period.
Yeah, just give me a second.
Taken this morning outside Wild Life Outdoor Supplies.
Said she's been in several times, bought sleeping bags,
a camping stove, gas cylinders.
-She's got Amber holed up somewhere.
-Sounds like it.
OK, we're looking for a deserted building, probably no power,
we need to refocus the search on...
Right no, no, no, I understand perfectly. Thank you.
For everything. Bye.
Well, you feel like sharing?
What's next? Can we concentrate...
I can't do anything now.
Even that was a favour from someone who was risking their job.
The bosses know that I've accessed that file, I'm out.
-With immediate effect.
-Where does that leave us?
Three guys standing by the river. We should have brought a picnic.
Let me try the triangulation thing.
We've got Kyle, we've got the phone, we've got the camping shop.
There's more to that call - Amber was trying to tell us something.
She mentioned Romeo and Juliet. Did she ever see the play somewhere specific?
-The film maybe?
-I don't know.
Maybe she got it at school at some point,
-she got expelled halfway through her exams.
Some carry on with a boy, it doesn't matter.
-Search for schools on that grid.
-And now we're clutching at straws.
-It's the best I can do.
There's a couple.
This one. It's closed.
Scheduled for demolition.
It's the perfect place to hide out,
no way to cook anything, you'd need camping supplies.
-Is it near?
-There you go.
-Evening, you're looking sharp.
Fancy seeing you here.
Wouldn't miss it for the world.
Miss what? I thought we were just having a quick drink.
We are - but so are Bob and Kim.
I knew it. I am practically a mind-reader.
Can you tell what I'm thinking the now, aye?
You know I wasn't interested in some lame double date thing.
I'm helping my mate in the early stages of
a potentially life-changing relationship.
Geez, overstate your case much?
Please, keep arguing, guys, it's ideal.
See, you've shattered his fragile confidence.
You look nice, Bob.
Yous wanting a drink?
Nothing for them, they're going to the opera, all of them.
And that includes you, Cinders, you shall go to the ball.
How did you know?
He's psychic now, have you not heard?
I know because I've bought two tickets and I'm going to take you.
I've already got a ticket. Alasdair very kindly gave up his.
What? What am I supposed to do now?
-You can take me.
No, you can't.
Oh, can't he?
Because you're supposed to be making amends
for standing me up last night, only we're here to spy on Bob's date.
If you go I'm going to look like a right third wheel.
Bob's date? Who's the lucky lassie?
Place is huge. We should split up, make more ground.
You try around the back. You see anything, you call me, then you call 999.
Try that door there. I'm going to go this way.
No. You can't take a gun in there.
-Why should I listen to you?
-We know she's got gas canisters.
Do you really want to be blazing away in a confined space?
-What do you think I am? It's my daughter we're talking about.
What? What are you going to tell me? She's the love of your life?
Yeah, she is. That's exactly what she is.
And when this is over I'm taking Amber away from this.
From you. We're gonna have a life together.
Tell you what, you find her, you get her out safe?
I'll wave you off.
I don't need your blessing.
I wasn't expecting the full audience thing, y'know.
I believe you. Just act natural.
Ach, I don't even know what to say to you now.
"How was your day?" is usually a good ice breaker.
Right. Aye. How was your day?
Boring - till just now.
Lovely meeting you.
They look good together.
Course you just look like a sad guy facing a night in the pub on
his own, but sometimes that's just the way the cookie crumbles.
Did you get everything out of the bathroom?
I think so.
I got everything.
So, what, we just pretend?
We just pretend. All of us.
Look, I'm not willing to give you up. Not for him.
He's got nurses. Therapists.
Professionals who could visit him every day.
He could cope without you.
And I wouldn't be able to look at myself in the mirror.
He doesn't need you. I do.
I don't believe in God. I don't believe in an afterlife.
Whatever happens here, that's the end of us.
We won't be reunited in the great beyond.
You don't know that.
I know I'll never see my daughter.
Don't play the sympathy card. You gave her up.
I don't want to die.
Has life been so wonderful? Has it?
I've been in pain as long as I can remember.
I want to live. I want to live, Belinda.
This isn't some grand romantic gesture. This is you killing me.
This is murder.
Shut up! Shut up!
I really shouldn't let you get to me. I really shouldn't.
-Amber! Amber! Amber!
So, you not gonna shake my hand?
No sense in being petty, I suppose.
It's over, between you and her.
You know, maybe this was the price I had to pay for us all
to realise what matters.
You were never going to be able to compete,
no matter how many holidays you were planning.
Do you think I was trying to buy your kids' affection?
To keep their mother sweet, yeah.
You don't get it. You don't get me.
Oh, I do, I realised as soon as you slept with my wife.
Shame it didn't work out for you.
Andy, I was gonna make some tea, would you...?
I'm good. Thanks.
See you then.
Just look after your mother.
Yeah, we will.
HE RATTLES DOOR
THUD, HE YELLS
Craig, look out!
Oh, Craig, thank God.
There's gas. She was gonna kill us both, blow us up.
It's not gonna happen. I'm here, come on, can you get up?
-Can you walk?
-I've got you.
-Is she hurt?
Come on. Are you ready? One, two, three...
Right, I've got her. Come on.
-We can't leave him in there alone.
-He wants you safe.
And anyway - he's not alone.
Give me your hand.
Come on, suck it up, man.
No, no, go! Get out of here!
Get out. Tell Amber...
No! You can't go in there!
You're still weak, you need to get back to the ward.
No, no, I need to see him and I'm not going anywhere until I do!
Get out of my way!
Hey, hey, hey.
I'll take her.
What do you want to do, fall down in the corridor?
Lean on your Da.
Wait, come on now, here we go.
How... How bad is he?
He's already gone, darling.
No, there must be something they can do.
The blast done for his lungs. Brain starved of oxygen.
But he looks so...
It's the machines.
It's an illusion.
He has a sister.
In Canada apparently.
She gave consent.
He saved me.
Yeah, yeah, he did.
He was doing his duty to the end.
He said it wasn't duty.
He wasn't a cop any more.
He threw that all away for a chance to save you.
He loved you.
Do you really think so?
That's what he told me.
He had his plans for you.
-You all right?
Do you want anything? Glass of water?
I don't want to be running to the toilet in the middle of the night.
Not that it would be running, right enough.
You know. Me being here in this bed.
It's not like it's the marital bed, or whatever.
I mean, I wouldn't, even if...
Greig, I understand.
-This is just you helping me out, right?
I'm not gonna lie to you, Lorna.
I hope that one day we can find a way to get back to the way
that we used to be.
I can't make that commitment.
I don't think you can either.
I think best thing for us both is just to take one day at a time.
You're right. 100%.
I'm tired, OK, why don't we just go to sleep?
Of course, I'm sorry.
No need to apologise.
I should've got Donald out but all I could think about was Amber.
He would've done the same.
He just wanted her safe.
Aye. He did.
I think today was the first time
she felt like a real sister to me, you know?
Does that sound strange?
No. No. Not at all.
Is he... Is it over?
-She didn't want me there at the end.
God? I doubt if he had anything to do with this.
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You know, I was just thinking about when we first got together.
It was like a little game, wasn't it?
A little bit strange.
A little bit twisted.
But definitely a game.
Pushing each other's buttons.
I never thought it would turn into something.
I never thought I'd have real feelings.
We worked, you and me.
And I think I understand why.
See, I don't like myself very much.
And I don't think you like yourself very much.
But we saw something in each other.
Something precious even, maybe.
I'm gonna try and find that again.
That part of me that you...
Unfortunately, one of you will need to be made redundant.
You're putting me up against my own sister for the same job.
You've only been in here five minutes, pal.
Aye, and I still had to help you with your drinks order, pal.
You hardly know the lassie. She could be taking you for a ride.
Please. Don't spoil this, eh?
You went from there to breaking up in one morning.
In two hours.
You maybe want to come down and see this.
-There's this guy.
I didn't get a name.
This family's a mess. He senses an opening here, an opportunity.
What the hell was that?
You round up some of the guys.
You find out who this clown is.
You go and get him now.
Lenny. You need to see this.
You all right, boys?