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It didn't work.
-I'm not pregnant.
You've got to fight this. You need to tell her.
-She's no' to know.
-What's wrong with him?
He's got a brain tumour, Cassie.
How was I to know you were in business with a human trafficker?
She's going to stay with Lenny.
Where is she?
So, what's so special about my aunt?
-You're her niece?
-Well, that got your attention.
-Take a tablet.
I'm all out of the strong stuff.
Please, Stevie, I'm dying.
It's a one time thing.
Eh, don't mind me(!)
It's not like I've got any life-changing exams
coming up or anything(!)
Oh, I'll get out your way, shall I? What have you lost?
-Oh, well, that's all right, then.
As long as you're not tearing the flat apart for nothing(!)
Are you OK?
-I'm fine, thanks.
So those are your options.
But surgery's the best option?
There are risks, as I explained - stroke, haemorrhaging, infections...
But if we don't go for the operation, how long before...?
We can't predict how the tumour will develop.
Whatever the biopsy finds, the tumour has to be treated.
Its growth could have serious implications.
-Will most likely.
You have a lot to consider.
We do have time for a watch and wait approach.
And wait for it to get worse?
The medication should control the seizures in the meantime,
and we would monitor the tumour and Mr Lindsay's symptoms.
What's with the early morning distress call?
I need a favour.
What kind of favour?
I need more pills. I've only got a few left.
-This is the last time, I promise.
You need to sort yourself out.
I know, I will, but my back's been playing up.
I just need something to get me by.
That's what you said last week.
You have got a problem, pal.
Don't be ridiculous, of course I don't.
-I'm in pain here, that's all.
-Fine. Let me see the pills.
What are you doing?!
Aye, looks like you have got a problem to me.
You need to get off these things. I am not going through this again.
When did drug dealers become so self-righteous?
I've been where you are, more than once, and it doesn't end well.
Hi, erm, it's me.
Listen, if you could get any of your dad's stuff,
that would be great.
Oh, no, carry on! I was enjoying that!
Frank's my vacuum buddy.
Oh, thanks for helping out.
Maybe we should talk about a wee job once you've finished your exams.
Are you serious?
Well, part-time. Nothing fancy.
So, we don't see you for days, and then you stroll in here
like you haven't got a care in the world, is that it?
I sent you a text.
One text in four days!
Anybody can send a text.
How were we supposed to know it was you?
Who else was it going to be from?
The psycho, maybe, who's carved you up and has kept your phone.
You know, I'm so glad that you're up and about again.
You've been watching too many crime shows.
Where have you been?
If you must know, I was at my boyfriend's in the West End.
Where else was I going to be? Brownie camp?
We didn't even know you were seeing somebody.
Well, now you do! I am "seeing" someone.
Seeing quite a lot of him, actually.
I don't think there's anything I haven't seen.
So, it's serious, then?
Yeah, he's a keeper.
He sounds great.
Why don't you invite him round tonight for a drink?
It'd be nice to meet the lad.
You want me to bring him round here and we can sit round your
special bed and you two can interrogate him?
What? There's no harm in meeting the fella.
No point, because she's not going to invite him.
Except they're teenagers.
And if there's a free drink in it for him, he'll be round here.
You can make nice, polite conversation with him,
while I explain to him all the different ways
in which I've been trained to kill.
I thought you were having a lie-in. You look dreadful.
Well, perhaps if you're feeling under the weather,
you should be resting. I'll make you a cup of tea.
-You all right there?
So, how are things? What's the news?
We're to think about it,
and the consultant will schedule the operation.
Any idea when?
We're to call them.
Does he need anything?
Well, put my number on his speed dial.
How's he bearing up?
What the hell are you doing?
Sorry. Sorry. If you need anything, I'm just across the road.
Unless I'm out driving,
or at the cab office, or at one of my meetings.
I can manage from here, thanks.
Be glad that everyone cares so much!
TILL BEEPS AND WHIRS
What the hell's Bee Propolis?
Oh, it's a natural supplement.
Bees use it to disinfect their hives and seal up cracks and stuff.
Like bee bleach?
Yeah, I guess so.
Studies back home say it's good for cancer treatment.
Well, I'll no' be taking it.
Because it comes out of their little bee bums.
That's pollen, and no, it doesn't.
I don't care. I'm not taking it.
OK, no problem.
I found this blog for friends and family as well as...
..patients, and they talk about their experiences,
what they went through, physically and emotionally.
Apparently lots of people find it difficult to talk, so...
I'm just going to get your meds and put them in here,
so we know what you've taken when, and, erm...
I'm not having the surgery.
What? What do you mean?
Well, the doctor said we could do the watch and wait thing,
so let's just watch and wait.
So that's it. You're just going to give up before we even start?
There is no "we"!
It's me that's got the brain tumour, no' you,
so just drop this, all right?
No, you keep looking for Faith. I'm watching Jandhu.
You never heard of playing hard to get?
I was just going to call you. Do you want to go for some lunch?
Oh, no, I can't, I've got a tutorial.
But we can have drinks with my family tonight!
I broke the news that I'm seeing someone.
It was my mum that actually suggested the whole
meet the parents thing, so...
Right, so tonight, then?
You're serious? Drinks with the Roths?
You have no idea how dull it's going to be.
Sounds good to me.
If you'd met my parents, you wouldn't want to meet my parents.
I'm not interested in your parents, but if this is a thing,
then I should meet them.
Look, we've been having a great time together, haven't we?
But it's more than that.
-Or am I on my own here?
Well, then, I'm going to meet them at some stage, aren't I?
But I'll leave it up to you. No pressure.
All right, yeah, I guess we could.
Just prepare yourself - it's going to be dull. I'll let Mum know.
Anybody else you want me to meet? Gran, Grandpa?
Belfast and Edinburgh.
What about that auntie of yours?
Or do you two not get on?
No, I could ask her. She'll make things interesting.
I'll see you later.
Hiya. Fancy some company?
How you feeling?
I'm fine. Honestly.
You're not, though, are you?
I don't mean to push it, but I've never seen you like this.
I've just got a lot on my mind.
Among other things.
Me not being pregnant?
Listen, if you want to talk about any of this,
the baby stuff, or Angus, I want to help.
I know. Thanks.
Maybe you should go and see Angus.
You haven't been there all week. I bet he's missing you.
I've been busy.
You're not busy now.
You don't have to apologise.
I know you mean well, but I just...
I cannae. No' the noo.
He'll ask if we've done a pregnancy test, and then...
The disappointment could set him back.
But spending time with him can only be a good thing, for both of you.
Hey. How you doing?
Uh, Bob, I was wondering,
could you maybe go around and hang out with Angus for a bit today?
He says he's not going to have the surgery.
Wants to play Russian Roulette.
Oh, he's probably just scared. I'm sure he'll come round.
I hope so.
So, can you visit? I know he'd like to see you.
Bob's got a big job coming in.
So, he'll be busy, but I'll go.
Are you sure?
-Yeah, I'm not at work today.
I just don't want him festering on his own, but I don't think
I'm the best person for him today, so...
-I'll head over now.
Try and make him see that surgery is the best option.
I'll do my best.
See you. Thanks, Bob.
-You cannae say anything.
-See you later.
You got the money?
Oh, sorry, pal.
Couldn't get the pills. Dad was all over me.
Eh? What am I meant to do now?
Call this guy. I know him from school.
He'll hook you up.
You want me to phone a sweaty, spotty school boy?
It's your choice. Call him, don't call him, up to you.
So am I supposed to just phone him out of the blue?
Tell him that I gave you his number, he'll sort you out.
Even drop it at your door if you want.
What about the rest of my money?
Call it a finder's fee.
I don't need baby-sat.
Good. Cos I'm not here for you, I'm here for Cassie.
-Is she OK?
You know, it's fine to be angry.
It's natural, but she just wants what's best for you.
I'm not angry at her, it's just...
-..the whole thing.
It makes it something tangible to fight.
I had a patient once with bowel cancer who called his Johnny,
after Johnny Rotten.
A friend of my mum's called her breast cancer Arthur
after her husband,
cos she wanted shot of him as well.
Are you here to persuade me to have the operation?
I'm just here for a cup of tea. So, on you go, stick the kettle on.
If you're in trouble, Robbie, I can help.
I'm no' in any trouble.
You're no' yourself.
No, I'm just under the weather. I've got the flu.
Oh, that's right. You've had it for a while now, eh?
It's awful - the shaking, the sweats, the aches and pains.
I've been there more times than I care to remember.
I'm an addict, no' the same poison, but I can spot the signs a mile off.
I'm not an addict!
Look, I'm the last person to judge anyone for needing something
to get them through the day.
Are you drunk right now, or are you just not listening?
I told you, I'm no' judging. I just want to help you.
Then stop making wild accusations
just because you're steaming oot your nut.
You don't know what you're talking aboot,
and I'd appreciate it if you keep your nose oot of my business.
Deacon Blue, The Proclaimers, they'd be definites. Rod Stewart.
What are you going on about, Pete?
Hue and Cry, they've been here before.
-I was looking at Angus, I was worried about him,
I thought, "I need to help him."
I'd ask Angus first.
Then I thought about all the people that have done things for me.
You're no' making sense.
Have you remembered to take your medication?
Of course I have. I mean, all these people, ordinary, everyday people,
giving up their lives to help other people,
to help me, and now I need to help them.
I don't even want to ask what you're thinking.
A big concert, an extravaganza.
Live Aid, but in Shieldinch,
and we'll raise money for mental health charities.
And where are you going to hold that, The Tall Ship?
Don't be ridiculous. I was thinking about the pop-up.
All those charity concerts work because they've got huge audiences.
You'd be lucky to get 100 folk in there.
Well, this is May, we could do it in the open air.
-And you think Rod Stewart would come here?
How are you going to get in touch with him?
I was once on the bill with his roadie's sister's husband.
I've still got the number.
Pete, remember what the hospital said -
do things that are achievable.
That's what I'm doing here.
Texas, Sharleen Spiteri, I was on a cruise ship with her uncle,
still got the e-mail.
Trust me, Caitlin, this place will have never seen the like of it.
I've got to get going. So much to do, so little time.
Paolo Nutini - I once had chips at his dad's cafe.
Beautiful, they were.
Maybe I should go to Paisley!
So, why are you not having the surgery? Thanks.
I thought you weren't here for that.
I'm not. It's your brain, your decision.
I'm just curious.
They don't even know if it'll work. It might make things worse.
It just doesnae make any sense to take all those risks
until I have to.
Do you think I'm a chicken?
No. You need to do what feels right.
What I will say is, trust your doctors.
It's all new to you, but it's not to them.
They know what they're talking about.
They don't, but.
Every time they answer one of Cassie's questions,
we end up with more questions.
Cassie's questions? What about your questions?
Are you not asking any questions?
No' in front of Cassie.
When the doctor first told me,
you know the first thing I thought of? The very first thing.
My Neil Diamond tickets.
Aye. He's playing the Hydro in October.
I wondered if I'd still be able to go.
Neil Diamond? Really?
Shut up. He's class.
Well, if they're the sort of questions you need to ask,
then you should ask them.
Have you got your consultant's number?
-I've got paperwork to catch up on.
-You can do whatever later.
-I think you can.
You're going to sit there, show an interest in my partner,
laugh at his jokes, and tell my parents what a great guy he is.
-Frankie, when is this going to stop?
Your opinion matters to Mum. She still trusts you.
You should make the most of that while it lasts.
I'll see you tonight.
Is everything OK?
Was there anyone in the bar this morning? After Maggie left?
Well, there's money missing from the till.
So, I put the money in the till when you were cleaning,
and when I opened it for our first customer...
You think I took it?
There was no-one else in the bar.
You know I wouldn't do that.
But if you needed help, you could have talked to me.
Could you be any more patronising?
There's no need to take that tone.
You've accused me of being a thief!
Do you want to check my pockets? My bag?
Search my room?
Why do you lot always overreact? I'm being perfectly civil here.
-Yeah, right. You meant black people.
I did not mean that.
Good Lord! I took you in when you had nowhere to go.
For a price! Bleeding a pensioner dry.
That is enough!
I'm the only black person here, so it has to be me.
That's how your tiny fascist brain works, right?
Maybe I am desperate, but I am not a thief, and never will be!
It's all there. I wouldnae mess you about, honest.
-What's going on here, then?
-Give me my...
You scared him aff before I got my gear.
Good. What are you playing at?
He's got my money. What am I supposed to do now?
I'm going to have to phone him, get him to come back.
Give me that back.
I did you a favour.
Now, you don't want to be messing about with him or his crew.
You were probably being massively ripped off, and God only knows
what kind of gear you were getting for your trouble.
Well, you never left me many options, did you?
No since you've taken the whole, "Just say no," approach.
So you just put yourself in danger with some random?
-He's just a kid.
-Aye, but the guy that he reports to isnae,
or the guy above him. You need to wise up, Robbie,
or you're going to get yourself in some serious trouble.
Thanks for the lecture, Grandad. Now give me my phone.
No. No until you have a word with yourself and
promise me that you won't be phoning him back again.
What's it to you?
Well, for some reason, Robbie, people around here seem to
care about you, including my maw, my brother, and my granny.
They care, I care.
Then help me.
What are you doing?
I'm hooking you up. I don't want you taking any more stupid risks.
Jonno, listen, I need a favour. Just hold on a second, will you?
If I do this, it's the last time.
You wean yourself off this stuff. Deal?
Aye, yeah, deal.
Jonno, I'm back. Listen, I've got a rush job for you.
You took your time.
OK, you don't want to listen to me, at least take some medical advice.
-Are you sick?
-Yes. Sick and tired of being stuck inside always.
Better than being trapped inside a wooden box, though, eh?
I need to get out!
Talk some sense to her, will you?
Is it such a bad thing?
Rick's not been seen for ages. Maybe he's given up.
I know you're not that naive.
No, I don't mean given up looking for her.
I mean, maybe he's decided that she's not in Shieldinch.
But you are. And he'll keep his eyes out, trust me.
And if he cannae find her,
he's going to keep coming back until you tell him where she is.
Look, Lenny's right. I'm sorry.
We just need to keep our heads down for a bit longer.
Just until Rick makes a mistake and the police will catch up with him.
Police. Don't hold your breath.
Thanks for organising this. And for coming with me.
What are best friends' girlfriends for?
Listen, gonnae say to Bob that we don't need to talk about
my napper when he comes round.
We can just play Call Of Duty and talk about what football team
the baby's going to play for.
I need to speak to Scarlett.
-Shall I meet you at the cab office?
-Aye, I'll get us a cab.
-Any chance you could pop in on Bob?
I think he needs to speak to someone.
About Angus, the tumour.
He's bottling things up. With me, anyway.
I just want to make sure he's OK.
All I'm saying is it seems obvious to me because you were
the only person in the bar at the time.
I don't understand...
Ladies, let's calm down and talk about this like adults.
She's accusing me of stealing money because I'm black.
That is not what happened, and you know it.
Money went missing from the till when Jules was the only person
in the bar this morning. I merely asked the question...
Because of the colour of my skin.
Come on, Jules. Suzie's not like that.
"Why do you lot overreact?" That's what she said.
Go ahead. Take her side. You're all as bad as each other.
How dare you?
I'll come back for the rest of my stuff later.
Yeah, well, you'll find it on the pavement outside.
Leave it. Let her go.
So is that where you got the cash?
I didn't think that she'd get the blame,
or end up on the street.
-Yeah, well, she'll find somewhere.
-But she's only...
Robbie, it's no' just your neck on the line here.
If you go down for this, questions will be asked,
and I'll get the blame.
But the tumour will keep growing even if I'm on the tablets?
There are no definites, but I've never heard of
a tumour that stopped growing without treatment.
But my uncle...
Your tumour is not hereditary.
So, if I do have the operation...
Afterwards, you might require radiotherapy, maybe chemo.
There will be physiotherapy, other therapies if necessary.
It's all written down.
Can I check something?
If Angus chooses the watch and wait option, will he be monitored?
There will be regular scans and blood tests, and we would ask
friends and family to keep us informed of any changes.
We'll be keeping a close eye on you. You're not alone.
I'll pay you back, I promise.
But you know yourself that Jules isn't that kind of girl.
It doesnae make any sense.
Robbie, tell her.
You know as well as I do that Jules didn't take that money.
I mean, she's just no' got it in her.
You jumped to conclusions based on the lassie's age,
and her living situation and...
You're not accusing me of being a racist, are you?
If it had been her pal Frankie,
would you have been so quick to point the finger?
I accused Jules because she's the only person who could have done it.
She has nowhere else to go.
That's not my problem any longer.
Robbie, come on.
You know as well as I do that Jules didn't take that money.
It's no' fair.
She did nothing wrong.
We havenae known her that long.
People are capable of anything, aren't they?
Aye, they are.
See you in a bit.
What on earth do you see in him?
Bubba? You in there?
Don't give up now, you've only been at it a couple of hours.
Rod Stewart's roadie's sister's husband has now divorced her.
He's not even in the music business any more.
He works for Simon Cowell.
Well, what about all the rest of them?
Went to Paisley. Lovely chips, but no Paolo.
You actually got me thinking. There must be something we can dae.
You could dae a sponsored bungee jump.
Nah, I don't like heights, and I don't like elastic bands.
Well, there must be something.
Something we could do together.
There's a fun run at the beginning of July.
Fun run? That's a lie for a start.
-Where's the fun in running?
-It's only six mile.
Six mile? I could die.
You could train.
Aye, use it as a health kick, lay aff the beer, the takeaways.
You could look 10 years younger.
What, 37, are you sure?
47, aye, I'm sure.
I should get leaflets, get sponsorship from all over the world,
from Caracas to Carluke, from Lanzarote to Linwood.
One step at a time - there's a slight catch.
What, it's for nudists?
No. You need to enter as a team, you and AJ.
I could go as Elvis, and AJ could go as Navid from Still Game.
No, he's naewhere near as auld!
Right, I need to go to the pop-up,
but put me doon as your first sponsor.
We could make it a threesome?
I don't think the world's quite ready for that.
I'm pretty sure that Robbie has some kind of drug problem,
and that's why he took the money.
You're pretty sure, or you ARE sure?
I've been there, I've done it, I know the signs.
But you didn't actually see him steal the money?
No, but he's the only one that has a reason to dae it
and the brass neck to think he can get away with it.
What if he doesn't have a problem, and I go tell Suzie,
and all hell breaks loose?
Look, you're a good lassie, Jules.
And if he did do this, then you're going to take the fall for it.
Why would you want to protect him?
What is it?
Last month he was talking to Frankie about trying to get
painkillers off Dr Jandhu.
The boy's got problems
and we are doing him a favour shopping him to his mammy.
It means that he'll be forced to get help and your name will be cleared.
What is it now?
Well, I need to know if it's true before I get him into trouble.
Frankie, it's me.
So, I guess if you're watching this,
then I never made it, but you've heard of me.
And don't believe a word that your dad says,
I was the best-looking one, honest.
-Is it too much?
You are one lucky kid because you are
the best thing that ever happened to your mum and dad
And you're the best thing that ever happened to me.
And even if I never got to meet you,
I just want you to remember that you mean the world to me and I love you.
-Turn it off.
-I can change that bit.
-Please, Angus, stop it.
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to upset you. It's just...it helps.
-If I die, there'll still be a bit of me kicking about.
-Oh, God, Angus!
I'm not pregnant!
It didn't work. I'm sorry.
-Is your mum around?
-Upstairs, I think. I can call her.
-No, it's OK. It's you I came to see.
Are you OK, Robbie?
Aye, I'm fine.
Only I was talking to Maggie.
She reckons...you took the money because you're addicted to drugs.
Did she now?
Did you steal the money and let me take the blame?
-Are you kidding me?
-If you did, it's fine.
If you're sick, you're probably not thinking straight.
How dare you come in here and accuse me of all sorts!
My mum was right to kick you out.
-Robbie, this is my home.
-Not any more, hen.
All right, then. Maybe I'll just have a word with Suzie after all.
See what she thinks of my story.
You think she's going to believe you after your performance earlier?
Calling her a racist? Good luck with that.
-What kept you?
-Eh, you're welcome.
-I'll just put this gear back where I found it, shall I?
-So, just pace yourself with this lot.
-Listen, we've got a bit of a problem.
-Alkie Aggie's been shooting her mouth off.
Somehow she knows that I took the cash and she's told Jules
and now Jules is threatening to tell my mum.
All right, calm down. We can deal with this.
Why didn't you say anything before?
Bob was worried it would set you back.
We still want to have a family and we still want you to be our donor,
but we'll just have to put things off for a while, until you get well.
-And what if I can't?
Well, Dr Morgan said no guarantees.
Surgery might be the end of the line and the end of the Lindsay name.
-That's not what he said.
-That's what he meant, but.
All right, well, we'll look into freezing your little guys
and then there won't be a time limit.
It's not the same.
Well, I don't know what you want me to say.
There's nothing we can do right now.
Why don't we try it the natural way.
-You are joking.
You're not joking.
You can't be serious?
-Think about it.
It's just the same as before except...more direct.
-It's nowhere near the same thing.
-We're doing this for Bob.
It's not like we're cheating.
-It's not like I fancy you or anything.
Bob would do anything to be a dad,
and I want to make that happen for him,
and I want to know about it.
This is your tumour talking. It's clouding your judgment.
This is all me.
Kim, please, just think about it.
No, Angus. I love Bob.
-You on your Jack Jones?
I was driving Angus crazy, so I figured I'd give him some space.
How you doing?
He's, you know, as well as can be expected.
I wasn't asking about him. I was asking about you.
-I want to see how you're holding up.
That's a lie. I'm not fine. I'm far from fine.
I don't know what I am.
Going off your head by the sounds of it. What's that?
I'm just trying to find something, anything,
about alternative treatments back home, you know, holistic therapies.
Anything that'll help, really.
-I don't really know what I'm looking for.
but you're not going to find that on the internet,
I can tell you that much.
I just want to give him the best shot.
And he won't admit it, but he's terrified.
Course he won't, he's a bloke.
What have you done since he got his results? This?
-Right, you're done here.
Come on, go home. Order a Chinese
and snuggle up to your husband and watch a movie or something.
I can't, I got to work.
-Well, I'm off tonight. I'll do it.
-But, I just...
It's not up for discussion.
You need to go home and do normal things like a normal couple.
Stop treating Angus like a walking brain tumour.
Right, come on, beat it. Go!
Old Mags is right, babe. Robbie is a total pill fiend.
You know, he tried to get me to steal my Dad's pain meds today.
He's defo setting you up.
What a total douche. I thought we were friends.
Junkies are only ever out for themselves,
which is why we need to teach him and his stuck-up mum a lesson.
Labelling you a thief just cos of your skin colour.
I got us dinner and a movie.
Chinese food, from that place that...
Hi, Caitlin, it's fine. No, no, no. What's up?
No, that's not something I can explain over the phone,
I have to show you.
Yeah, I'll come down. No, it's fine, it's fine, it's fine.
He's sleeping and I don't want to disturb him.
So, yeah, OK. I won't be long.
I love you, baby.
Right, that's it! She has crossed the line.
Who's done what?
Someone, oh, I'm guessing Jules, has graffitti'd the wall with "Racist!"
What will people think?
Theft, vandalism, what's next? Arson?
How do you know it was her?
Who else in Shieldinch would call me a racist?
Yes. Police, please.
I need to report a theft and my property has been vandalised.
How you doing?
Angus was asking after you.
How is he?
Scared, angry, confused, but he's still Angus.
He's thinking about having the surgery.
I had to tell him we're not pregnant. I couldn't not. I'm sorry.
It's all right.
How'd he take it?
He's disappointed, same as us.
Are you thirsty?
I wouldn't drink it if I was. It's ancient.
Why have you got it?
It was Deek's.
It's been in the garage for years.
I should throw it out, but...
What was he like? Deek.
He could be a bit of a roaster sometimes.
Always trying to act the big man. Good guy, but.
Were you friends for a long time?
Best pals since primary.
Not everyone can come back after something like that,
especially not a second time.
If I was you, I'd be scared, I'd be angry, and confused,
same as Angus. Why me? Why again? Why now?
Cos it's not fair, and it's OK to think that.
I can't go through that again.
I know, but, listen...
..a brain tumour's not always a death sentence.
What if it is, but? What if it's history's repeating itself?
My best mate's dying, and I can't have a baby with the woman I love...
Bob, look at me.
I'm not going anywhere, and neither is Angus.
He's going to beat this and we're going to have a family.
Maybe not in the next nine months, but soon.
Me and you. Whatever it takes.
I love you.
I love you, too.
The sooner we get this over with, the better.
I actually like the boy.
Apparently he thought it was a good idea to meet up, and he was
only sorry that he couldn't make it earlier because of his work.
Sociable, polite and employed.
-FRANKIE: It's us!
This should be interesting.
Come on through.
I'm Rick. You must be Frankie's dad.
-Nice to meet you.
-You all right?
Oh, you know each other?
Our paths have crossed professionally.
Cat got your tongues?
She's never told us anything about you, Rick, so we were...
Well, at least we don't have to worry about offering you a drink.
I'll have a glass of red, please, that would be nice.
Jules? What are you doing here?
Didn't know where else to go.
They finished with you at the station?
They took a statement.
I told them I didn't do anything, but it's Suzie's word against mine,
and the graffiti makes me look like a troublemaker.
Oh, Jules, what were you thinking?
I was angry. It's so unfair.
-Are they going to charge you for that?
And the money?
They never said, but it hasn't gone away.
They said they'd be in touch.
What if they send me to jail?
They're not going to send you to jail.
They wouldn't waste a bed on something like this.
You don't know that! What if they're racists too
and decide to make an example of the antisocial black girl?
That's not going to happen.
And for the record, I don't think Suzie is a racist.
Why are you defending her? She's ruined my life.
She has not.
She's accused me of something I didn't do
and now might be charged for it. Then I'll get a criminal record
and I can wave goodbye to my university place.
That's not how it happens, is it?
The course I've applied for is super competitive.
They're not going to give a place to a criminal.
You're not a criminal.
I have a formal warning and a charge hanging over me.
My career is down the toilet before it's even begun.
Why would Suzie do this to me? Why would Robbie do this to me?
I mean, I've only ever been nice to them
and I thought they liked me.
You know, addicts sometimes don't have a choice.
I was so desperate once that I took money from Ellie's piggy bank.
She was saving up for some kind of doll.
I took the money and I bought a bottle of vodka.
When Caitlin was 15, I made her take the blame for shoplifting
because I was on my final warning.
Said, it was either take the blame or go in to care.
I'm an addict, Jules, and I chose booze over my own kids.
Kids that I love more than life itself.
At least they had a mum.
I had no-one at that police station.
Go over to ours, make yourself a coffee.
Where are you going?
I'm going to have a wee word with Suzie.
-It's all right. I promise.
She wants us to react badly so she can accuse us of being unreasonable,
-so don't rise to it.
-He's older than me!
Sorry, I've got to take this.
-So, how long have you known this guy?
-A few weeks.
You were expecting me to turn up with some spotty teenager?
Yes, it's all very shocking. Well done.
Does it not bother you that he's interested in girls half his age?
What do you even know about this guy?
I know all I need to know.
He's serious about me, and he's the only one here that I trust.
Look, you've had your fun, OK,
and you've made your point, but listen to me...
Sorry about that, darling. So, what are we talking about?
Are you pleased with yourself? Having a wee lassie arrested.
That wasn't supposed to happen.
What the hell were you playing at?
You told her to tell my mum that I'm on drugs.
Aye, and it's worse than I thought.
Lying, stealing, letting a child take the blame for your mistakes.
You should be ashamed. Is this your doing?
-It's got nothing to do with him.
-Robbie, you need to fix this.
You need to explain things to your mum and clear that lassie's name.
She could lose her place at uni. Her whole future.
Did she say anything about me to the police?
No, she didn't mention you
because she didn't want to get you into trouble.
You might not be ready for this, but you are an addict
and you're going to have to face up to it and deal with it
before it destroys your life because it will, if you let it.
Robbie, do the right thing.
That wee lassie's whole future is at stake.
At the Pop-Up.
If we do this, we never talk about it.
We never even think about it, ever again.
Bob needs you, and I need Bob.
-I want to give him this, more than anything.
You both need something to hope for, something to hold on to.
Are you sure about this?
I don't want to pressure you.
I know I came on a bit strong before.
This is my choice. For me and Bob.
I haven't been able to make my own choices for a while now,
but I'm making this one.
So...what do we do now?
Let's just get it over and done with.
I don't want to overthink it.
-How do you want to...?
-Shouldn't be a problem.
-And don't look in my eyes.
-Or talk to me.
You really sure about this?
Because there's a condition.
I'm not dressing up as anything?
-You agree to have the surgery.
-Are you using this to force me?
-No, not in the way you think.
If me and Bob have a baby, I want it to know you.
I want you to want to be part of its life.
And the best chance of that happening is
if you have the operation.
But it's your decision.
So, what's it going to be?
-Mum, can we have a word?
-Make it quick.
Well, come on, spit it out. We've got a bar to run.
Maggie's got something to tell you.
I can't stand by and let an innocent girl take
the blame for something she didn't do.
-So, it's time someone stood up and did the right thing.
I still owe you 30.
It was you?!
Why would you?
-Why didn't you just ask me for a loan?
I've been labelled a racist and you're "sorry"?
You stood by and watched me accuse Jules, humiliate myself
and said nothing?
It should never have come to this.
I trusted you. I've stood by you, defended you.
-I thought we were friends.
And yet you stole from me. That's not friendship.
And I can't abide thieves or liars.
..still give you your last pay packet. Robbie can drop it off.
I'll have to inform the police that Jules is innocent.
They'll want to talk to you.
No, Mum, can we not just say that it was a mix-up.
I took it and forgot to mention it.
That's very noble of you, Robbie.
No. Maggie's been through enough. Let's not make things any worse.
I don't suppose being charged would stand you in good stead
-at your restoration hearing.
Let's hope losing your job doesn't cast
too great a shadow over proceedings.
Although I can't say I would like to be treated by
a nurse who can't be trusted.
So, what is it you do then, Rick?
He's an entrepreneur, an investor.
And you do all his answering for him, do you?
An investor in what exactly?
I import stock, mainly from Eastern Europe,
then I sell it on in the UK at a profit.
It's competitive, but I'm doing all right, I can't complain.
You should try and find something for Dad?
Aye, I tell you what.
If a desk job comes up, you'll be the first to know.
Everyone for coffee?
Not for me. I've got to go.
It's not even seven yet.
Well, I've got prep to do for tomorrow.
-Do you enjoy your work, doctor?
I've always admired the medical profession.
Dedicating your time to helping others.
You must have had to make some big sacrifices to get where you are.
I wouldn't say that.
It's all worth it in the end, to keep people safe and healthy.
Even with the toll it takes on your life?
It's my job. There's nothing more important than my patients.
What about your family?
Auntie Annie's always been very single-minded. Driven.
I'm beginning to see that.
Family goes without saying. I'd do anything to protect my family.
A good doctor can do both.
-And you're a good doctor?
-Yes. Yes, I am.
-Do you want a...?
-No, I'll get home, get showered.
It was good of you to take Jules in, they'll make up eventually.
All's well that ends well.
You've never owned up to anything in your life,
let alone something you haven't actually done.
-I just wanted to help Jules.
-You've only known her five minutes.
She's not got anyone else.
The thing is, the stealing,
the lying, the running away bit, you've done a million times,
but admitting it, that's new.
Well, maybe there's not going to be that many chances to do
the right thing.
Or you've finally grown a conscience.
You took the money, Jules got huckled, so you had to confess.
That's not what happened.
You'd think by now I'd be used to the shame, eh?
I've got to go into my work tomorrow and face those folk.
-All the whispering and the looks.
-But I didn't do it,
so you've nothing to be ashamed of this time.
That's not the point. They think it was. And I don't know.
I want to believe you, I really do,
but I can't tell if you're being honest with me.
-You're my mum, I should be able to tell.
If you're telling the truth,
I'm proud of you for protecting that wee lassie.
But at the end of the day, it's always me that pays the price.
Same as usual.
-Who even am I?
-Let it go.
You're in the clear, Jules is in the clear,
your mum's got her money back. It's sorted.
But Maggie knows everything.
She was waiting for me to step up and admit it,
and I did nothing.
She took the blame, that's her choice.
You said that she's done plenty of stuff in the past,
maybe she's just trying to make amends.
And what about me?
You made a mistake. Don't overthink that.
But the one thing that Maggie was right about -
addiction will destroy your life, one way or another.
I don't want that for you.
You want me to stick around?
Nah, you're all right.
I'm just going to head to bed and forget today ever happened.
-No worries. I'll call you.
Right, I better get out of here.
Make sure everyone's earning their pay.
It's great to meet you both.
Nice to see you again, Aunt Annie.
Can you just give us a minute there, please, Rick?
Aye, no problem. Don't worry, doll. I've got a call to make.
Let me guess, you think he's too old for me.
Using my niece to get to me? That's despicable even for you!
Are you really that desperate to upset us?
Do you really hate us that much?
Look, we both know this is just some sick little game.
I want you to break up with her and leave her alone.
Aye, no problem.
I'd be happy to get shot of the mouthy cow
when you tell me where Faith is.
You give me Faith, I'll give you Frankie. Fair swap.
If you think for one second that I'm going to let you leave
-with that pervert...
-He's not a pervert!
I'm an adult. You can't stop me.
I can if you live under my roof.
Fine. I'll move in with him.
And what if Frankie knew all the details about your imports,
all that Eastern European stock?
You know it's a fact
that wee lassies like Frankie go missing all the time. It's a sin.
I'd hate for your family to have to go through that.
-Are you ready?
-Aye, let's get you out of here.
We just have to remember we did this for Bob.
-But no' tell him.
-Oh, God, no.
You're keeping something from me.
I need to know what is going on?
You can't spend your whole life walking on eggshells.
I'll just need to tell him it's over.
-Pete, going to listen to me for a second.
-I'm all ears.
Rick made me get it.
He brands them like cattle!
What's it going to take for you to end things with Frankie?
He is a full-on gangster!
You did what you could, OK, it wasn't enough!
-My father is not the answer.
-I want him dead!