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You're wasting your life on that clown.
We're going to get through this together.
You're the smartest person I know. Why do you think I came to you?
This may sound like a chat-up line, but you look beautiful tonight.
My best mate's dying and I cannae have a baby.
Bob, he's going to beat this and we are going to have a family.
Why don't we try the natural way?
If we do this, we never talk about it.
Where's Faith?! Where is she?
Using my niece to get to me - it's despicable.
You gie me Faith, I'll gie you Frankie.
Hey. How long have you been up?
Hours. I can't sleep.
I can't get her out of my head.
The things he said...
He's just trying to frighten you.
Yeah, well, it worked. Listen, let's be realistic.
I know he's a bad guy, but he's not stupid.
Frankie isn't one of his invisible girls
that've been smuggled into the country.
He can't risk that kind of attention.
Too many people have got her back - starting with me.
It won't take me too long to grab some stuff, y'know,
if you wanted to hang out a little longer?
I've got a couple of things I need to take care of,
but I'll see you later.
Take this. Get yourself something nice.
Another gift? You're too nice.
I get to enjoy you wearing it for a wee while at least.
Oh, darlin', do you know Mr Murdoch?
Well, I tend to socialise more with adults.
Aw, do they enjoy your sense of humour?
Babe, you better head off. Let us have a wee chat.
You don't need to send your wee pal away on my account.
I've got a barber's appointment, anyway.
Me and you, we've got nothing to say to each other.
I think we do.
I'm starting to like it round here.
I heard you made a wee bit of a splash.
A bit, aye? Aye, aye. Maybe you want to watch that.
All that unnecessary attention.
It's always good to get advice fae a legend.
What's that, another word for old? No, no, no. You're not fooling me.
You've still got it.
Enough of it, anyway.
Maybe you want to take note of that.
Anyway, the thing is, that nice lady doctor, your son's bird...
What about her? Is she family?
Aye, my family.
She's been interfering in my business.
She's making life difficult.
She's a single-minded woman.
But she's under your protection.
Shouldn't you be keeping her in line?
No offence, but if you're going to have these ground rules,
they've got to work for everybody.
Well, they do. But sometimes, you see, seniority, that has privileges.
So what you've got to ask yourself now,
is your problem with her worth having a problem with me?
You know, when I was 17, I got a summer job with the council.
Parks and Gardens.
At the end of every day, it was down to me
to scrape all the wet, mulchy grass from underneath the lawnmowers.
And you're telling me this because..?
Smelled like that.
Hold your nose and get it drunk.
Can I put it in the fridge for ten minutes?
It might be better chilled. You are such a baby, baby.
Have you been looking into all this? Different foods,
vitamins and that?
Honey, we've got medical science in our corner - the NHS.
So what's with the sludge?
The sludge is to get you as healthy as possible,
so you will be up for the fight.
I totally lucked out in the missus department.
SHE LAUGHS Yeah?
You must be a reward for something good I did in a previous life.
Why, have you been bad in this one?
No. Me? No. Not at all.
Hey, I didn't mean anything by it.
Will I just go and jump in the shower?
Yeah, it'll be nice and cold when you get out.
# I'm a blue toothbrush... #
Is that Pete?
Aye. He's in the bath.
He's got his feet well and truly under the table, eh?
It's not his feet I'm bothered about.
Aw! No, not that - his mind.
His mental health.
He's doing all right, is he not?
Aye, brilliant, that's the problem.
I'm not with you.
Ach, I shouldn't have said anything. Anyway, what's up with you?
You look rattled.
Well, I managed to get in touch with Mum.
Delighted for you. I don't want to know.
Caitlin, she's in some sort of halfway house place...
La-la-la, I'm no' listening,
I don't gie a monkey's.
Everything all right, ladies? Ohh!
Be a lot better if you fastened that belt properly.
Can I just point out that the bath water
got very chilly towards the end there?
Away and put some clothes on! Right, right.
Caitlin, he cannae be roaming about like that with Jules staying here.
Jules is back at the pub.
I did a wee bit of peace-making with her and Suzie.
Did you? Resourceful when it suits you, aren't you?
What you trying to say?
Just that you seem to pick and choose who to be a doormat for.
Are you sure caffeine's the answer right now?
No, but it's too early for wine.
Hey! Hello, stranger! I haven't seen you all week.
I know, I know. Work's been...
I've just been snowed under.
Well, if you dig yourself out, you know where I am.
Yeah. How are things? Things?
Yeah, just life in general, the kids.
What's Frankie been up to?
Oh, God, well, she's still seeing that hideous guy.
Aye. No sign of it fizzling out, then?
That's what we hoped for, but nope.
Have you thought about grounding her or something?
She's not 12. She'd just laugh in my face.
Yeah, yeah, I suppose.
If me and her dad come down all heavy-handed on her,
we'll just send her running to him all the more.
You're right. We'll need to... You'll need to...
You'll need to take it easy on her.
You know what it was like when we were her age.
I'm sure it's just a phase. She'll get back to normal soon.
Our dad would've given Rick his marching orders, that's for sure.
Totally. His feet wouldn't have touched the ground.
See you later.
That a wee dig at me?
Your father, the real man, wouldn't stand for this?
I didn't say that.
You didn't have to.
Let's grab a coffee, see what we can do.
Right, but we need to sort this today.
I just don't like the idea of Mum staying in a halfway house.
Did you no' get the message? I'm not interested.
Gonnae listen? No. She's let us down too many times.
Caitlin, she's trying.
Good for her. She can try without me.
Oh, aye, and Pete's back in your bed
five minutes after cheating on you with Scarlett Mullen.
That's no' the same thing.
Just proves you forgive folk when you feel like it.
Pete deserved another chance.
Why? Because of his issues?
No, cos he's got a good heart.
Anyway, if you must know,
I'm thinking of slowing things down with him.
Aye? Well, I thought that when I saw him
cutting about in your dressing gown.
"He's for the old heave-ho," I thought(!)
Well, I cannae just chuck him! Why?
Are you scared if you asked him to slow things down,
it'll trigger another episode?
I dunno. Maybe. He's no' manic the now, is he?
I mean, he was a wee bit giddy, but...
He gets like that after, you know...
Ach! Overshare much?
Look, seems like the meds are working, right?
That's what's keeping him straight, not you.
You cannae spend your whole life walking on eggshells.
You're right. I just need to tell him it's over.
FOOTSTEPS ON STAIRS
That's me away, ladies.
You, I will see for a roll and bacon later on.
You, I will see for dinner and a movie. Sound good?
No' easy, this cruel to be kind stuff, is it?
No, it's no'.
Maybe next time, you should pretend you're talking to Mammy.
You'd have no trouble ditching her.
You all right?
Just a burn on my arm.
Let's get cold water on it, come on.
What you cooking, anyway?
Bread. Yeah? Smells nice.
Oh, I see you've kept your keys, then.
I thought I'd better, y'know, cos of that time I found you
flat on your back like a flipped tortoise.
We need to talk to Faith. Fire away.
Oh, no. I'm going nowhere.
I'm letting her stay here as a favour to youse two.
If you're up to something, I want to know about it.
Maybe you could have a wee look at Mary Berry's arm while you're there.
It's just a couple of questions, really,
Well, that didnae look awkward or suspicious(!)
Have you been avoiding me?
I've been avoiding you, too.
Feels a bit weird now, doesn't it?
We just have to remember we did this for Bob.
Aye. But no' tell him.
Unless there's any, like, news, like?
There isn't, is there?
No. It'd be too soon to know anything.
Well, what we've go to do is play it cool as a couple of cucumbers.
I can do that.
Yeah, that wasnae cool.
Yes, of course.
You think he runs that kind of business on charm and personality?
Have you ever known him to go further?
We would hear rumours.
Whispers. I wouldn't want to get him mad at me.
No, of course not.
Can you take your jumper off for me?
I need to put a dressing on this.
That's an unusual tattoo.
Far from it.
Rick made me get it.
He makes all his girls get one the same.
Oh, my God!
Do you see what we're dealing with here? Yeah.
He brands them like...like cattle.
Why are you so...?
Rick has taken a fancy to Annie's niece.
Well, you should be.
You should do whatever you can to get her away from him.
It's not that simple. What he wants is you back.
And that's not an option. I never said it was.
Yeah, then why are youse here?
No, no, really, that's not why we came.
What, and that's per week?
DOOR OPENS OK. Right, yeah, thank you.
Great, you're done. No, I'm not.
I must get these glasses checked, I could've swore you were done there.
No, I'm sorry. I meant I can't stay.
Ellie, you've not picked up a cup since you've been here.
I know, I know. But this is my mum we're talking about.
I need to find her a better place to stay.
I'm not being funny, right,
but are you the right person to be doing this?
I mean, should she not have a caseworker or something?
She does, that's who I'm going to meet now,
cos they can fob you off on the phone.
It's not as easy face-to-face.
I'll need you back for lunchtime.
I'll make sure I'm back.
Otherwise, I can get Serge to miss his taekwondo.
I said I'll be back.
All right! And, you know, I hope it works out.
Yeah, me an' all.
AJ, I really appreciate this, you know that?
There are these tiny bugs.
I mean, I could use pesticide, but is it good for the plant?
I don't trust the chemicals.
Not one bit.
If a job's worth doing...
..it's worth doing yourself.
Got you, you wee devil.
OK, I'm all yours.
Good. I was hoping we could work out this Frankie situation.
What is there to work out?
Let's not kid ourselves. You're only with her to get at Annie.
No other reason.
At first, aye, but now?
I mean, now, I really like her.
We have a lot of fun and she is definitely into me.
What do you want me to do?
Do you want me to break her wee heart?
I mean, look. Look at what she sent me just now.
I mean, eh, a girl sends you a picture like that,
you're not gonna walk away.
I mean, come on, have a look.
I saw it. I don't need to see any more.
Well, at least you know what you're asking me to give up.
PHONE RINGS Oh, I'd better take this.
Give me two seconds.
It's been a while.
What? Since you made bread?
Since it felt normal.
I keep thinking about that girl.
I know what Rick's like.
And I know Alex.
A wee snake oil salesman when he wants to be.
He can talk people into anything.
Yeah, you're right. I'm probably thinking too much.
I've got nothing else to do but think and count the steps
from the bedroom to here.
Is there a prize if I guess how many?
Look, I'll be needing a lunch, if you want to do any more cooking.
I could make a list.
Yeah, sure. I've got things to do, but...
I mean, if I could go, I would, God knows.
Don't worry about it. It's not a problem.
Sorry about that.
You're a busy man.
So are you, I'm sure.
That's why I don't want to waste any more time.
What's it going to take for you to end things with Frankie?
What's it gonna take? Uh-huh.
Well, you could give me Faith back.
Not on the table. So, what is?
All this, it's business, really.
Can't we come up with a business solution?
So, we're talking about money?
Potentially. All right, let me tell you what Faith is worth to me
as an asset. Sounds like a good place to start.
100,000 a year. Net.
That is a considerable amount.
Considerable, aye. And that's not even taking into account
how useful she is with the other girls, especially the new ones.
She saves me a lot of time and trouble.
It's hard to put a price on that,
but let's call it another 50.
It does seem like you plucked that figure out the air.
Let me pluck something else out the air.
For every day that Faith is gone, the price goes up.
You bring that sort of money to the table, fine.
You bring me Faith, fine.
Otherwise, it doesnae seem fair that you begrudge me my fun wi' Frankie.
And she is...
..a lot of fun.
Wanting a hand with that, Mr Magoo?
Have you got any olives?
Aye, we keep them right next to the caviar.
You trying to be funny?
It's a corner shop in Glasgow. It's no' Fortnum and Thingummy.
Is this all you're wanting, then?
Aye, gie me a nice bottle of red wine as well.
Oh, aye, and it's 5p for your carrier, by the way.
Yeah? All right, then, let's push the boat out.
Got company, have you?
Must be a woman if you're going to all this trouble.
Want to just gie me my change so I can get out of here?
Ohh, in a hurry an' all? Definitely a woman.
See, you learn to read things like that when you work in a shop.
You know what this place really needs?
One of those self-service tills.
Missing you already(!)
I know this is a stupid question, but do you have access...?
To that kind of money? To chuck away?
You wouldn't be chucking it away.
You'd be saving Frankie from God knows what.
It's a pointless question. I don't have the money.
I know, sorry, of course.
I can look into having assets liquidated, if you want,
but that would take time.
We don't have time.
My niece doesn't have time.
OK, which one is the extra shot?
That would be mine.
I didn't get a lot of sleep last night.
Even with the excellent standard of service we offer here
at the Oyster, I think a 15 quid tip is a bit much.
Do you think?
Crass and vulgar, some would say.
I'll get your change.
He needs to lighten up.
You're being a bit full-on.
I'm just spreading the love, baby.
Rick's really generous.
Do you want to see the coolest thing he got me?
Do I get a choice?
That is pretty cool. I know, right?
Really hurt, but it was totally worth it.
Did he make you do that?
It's none of your business.
Did RICK make you do that?
I'm an adult, OK? Nobody makes me do anything.
You're a liar.
Annie, wait... Do you want to know? Do you?
Well, we were in bed and I said that I really wanted one,
so he took me to a guy he knew.
And he held my hand the whole time.
You don't know what you are dealing with.
So, tell me. Not here. Not now.
Not like this.
What are you talking about? You can't just tell her,
you can't just shout it out in the middle of a cafe. He is evil.
That is why we have to tread carefully.
The more she knows, the more dangerous it is for her.
So we just do nothing? Give me a second to think.
About what? Look, you did what you could, OK?
It wasn't enough.
You saying I'm weak now?
No, I'm saying he is a full-on gangster, you are not.
No. This is the world that Lenny moves in.
What, you gonnae swing by and ask him to deal with it?
It might not come to that. My father is NOT the answer.
If he starts a war,
what's to say Frankie won't become a casualty anyway?
We have to do... Annie, just leave it, OK? I'll take care of it.
Where are you going? Back to the surgery.
Don't do anything stupid.
I think I messed it up.
I'll give you a hand.
I'm like Gordon Ramsay without the foul language.
CAR ALARM WAILS
No. Then why are you...
Just a couple of guys I seen in the shop earlier.
But that doesn't mean that...
Also your pal Rick, he's still hanging about.
Do you think he knows I'm here?
I think he just likes to annoy me.
He's buzzing aboot like a wee fly.
You've helped me so much.
Aw, come on. Anybody would do the same.
No. Believe me, they wouldn't.
You've never asked for anything.
It's a favour for the doctor.
Maybe, but it's me who really owes you.
I don't know how I could ever pay you back.
Believe me, it's not necessary.
No, it's just you're a really surprising man.
I try my best.
Coming right up.
Ow! What are you doing?
Well, don't, you got my bunion.
I wish AJ would hurry up with the grub.
My belly feels like my throat's been cut.
He's busy, but.
That's the thing these days.
Not enough hours in the day for any of us.
You're not wrong there.
I mean, I feel a bit snowed under at the Pop-Up, the job and everything.
Aye, you've been working your fingers to the bone.
That's why I was thinking, something's got to give, y'know?
Say no more, darlin', say no more.
I read you loud and clear.
No night on the town for us tonight.
I'll drop by with a takeaway instead.
What do you fancy? Chinese or Indian?
Caitlin, where's Ellie?
Slinging you a big fat deafie, by the look of it.
Shall I give her a call? PHONE RINGS
Speak of the devil!
Ellie, nice of you to call.
There you go. Thanks.
Oh, hi, can you put me through to Locum Services, please?
I need cover for today, as soon as possible.
That good to go? Aye.
I'll gie it a wee valet.
I'll dae it.
Bob, you've barely let me lift the kettle.
You don't need to be here. I can cope.
I want to be here.
I should check the business insurance -
you might not be covered to work if you're...
What are you talking aboot, man? I'll get the Hoover.
INCOMING TEXT ALERT
I come bearing gifts.
Can you no' convince him to go home? Why, what's wrong?
What's wrong? He's got cancer!
I'm sorry, sorry...
Is Bob acting a little strange?
Bob? No, he's totally fine.
Did you get my lunch? INCOMING TEXT ALERT
Aren't you gonna check your phone?
It can wait. I'm starving, let's see what we've got.
I told you a wee splash of wine would make all the difference.
Oh, aye, what, are we getting sarcasm now, eh?
I'm glad I remember how.
Look, I'm not expecting you to be my servant.
I don't feel like one. It's my pleasure.
OK, whatever blows your hair back, doll.
SHE CHUCKLES And now you're laughing at me?
Sure. First the sarcasm, and now this.
No, it's good. It suits you.
HEAVY KNOCK AT DOOR
Take it easy.
Look, Faith, we've got a visitor.
Would you like some food?
No. No, thank you. There's plenty left.
Actually, I wanted to talk to Lenny.
OK. I've got better things I could be doing, so out with it.
I need your help. What?
Is my son no' looking after his woman?
He's a major disappointment to me.
Are you going to make me squirm?
You're the one asking for favours, aren't you?
I need to get something out of it.
As if I'm not already sick to the back teeth
of hearing this guy's name.
Alex was supposed to sort that weeks ago.
Come on, then, out with it. What do you want?
You can't even say the words and you expect me...
I want him dead.
That's better. Now we're getting somewhere.
Afternoon, son, how's it going?
No' too bad, thanks, Scarlett, no' too bad.
Bubba sent you out for the messages?
Oh, you know what he's like for they biscuits.
Are you sure he never said anything?
Nothing. And you didn't? No!
Well, he's definitely being funny with me. Cassie noticed it as well.
You've seen me naked now and Bob'll know that
and I've seen you naked and... Please stop saying the word "naked".
Sorry. I just feel like... we didn't think it all through.
Hey, come on, don't be like that.
Come on, it'll be all right.
Oh, hen! Oh, come on, come on,
we've all got to be strong for wee Angus now, haven't we?
What's going on?
The lassie just got a wee bit teary.
I'm just saying we've got to all think positive for wee Angus now,
isn't that right, Cassie?
Positive, yeah, absolutely.
I really didn't mean to make a scene. I'll see you guys later.
You've not bought anything. Head like a sieve, me.
Aw! See how much folk care about your man?
Yeah. It's incredible.
Thanks. Thanks so much.
I thought it was a sprain?
Yeah, so did I. Turns out it's a compound fracture.
Two stairs I went down.
Was it a wet floor? Cos you can get compensation.
No, AJ, it was my own fault. I was rushing about.
Don't you think you should just go home?
No, I can't just abandon you.
AJ, I can still work. I can make coffees and serve customers.
I can work the till.
I just need to get my mum cleaned up, right,
and get her a bite to eat.
That place she's staying in, it's horrible.
There's no hot water and the kitchen's full of...
I've got an idea.
Why don't you bring your mum up to my flat, hmm?
There's plenty of hot water.
She can have a nice hot bath, relax.
We can even bring some food up if you like.
You want one? No, thank you.
So, does he know you're here?
Oh, what a tangled web we weave, eh?
I thought the fewer people that knew, the better.
Because you're an expert.
No, you are.
OK, we're talking hypothetical here, so I'll say this.
I don't like the guy. I think he's a scumbag, anybody can see it.
But this thing you're asking?
That's normally the last, last resort.
That's where I am.
Your niece has got a ma and da.
Rick wants 150 grand.
They don't have that kind of money. 150?
Bring her back in.
Just do what I tell you.
They cleaners need a rocket up them. Sorry?
The bar's still filthy and the tables are a disgrace.
They'd ran out of spray, but no excuses now.
Are you all right?
I just.... I just need a second.
Take your time.
I think maybe I've been dumb.
You? You're one of the savviest lassies I know.
It's Angus, though. It's the way I am with him.
You've been brilliant. You've been so strong.
Maybe I'm bullying him into being strong, too.
Maybe it's OK not to just carry on.
I mean, Bob's all like "He's got cancer,"
and Kim's bursting into tears and I'm like, "Don't be late for work."
I'm sure he'd say something, doll.
Hey, you like working at the Pop-Up, don't you?
It's great, aye.
Would you mind taking on extra shifts? Extra responsibilities?
110%, I will.
I just want to be around Angus more.
I need to be there for him, you know.
Of course you do. And don't worry about the Pop-Up,
I'll have that place running like clockwork. Come here.
I help with the new girls. Calm them.
Help with their English.
Tell them how...
..how it all works.
This is how he can't just forget about you.
If she leaves, it's bad for business.
Other guys in the organisation, they'll see it.
He'll come across as weak. He cannae let that happen.
He'll never give up on her, will he?
Never in a million years. Well, that's why we need to...
Wait, you're talking about...
Nobody's talking about anything, OK?
Leave it with me.
Thank you. I wouldn't thank me yet.
I'm not making any promises,
but let's see if I can do something, make this right.
You asked him to...?
I was never here.
And neither were you.
Don't worry. Just try and keep it together better,
especially in public. DOOR OPENS
I've got to go, sorry.
Who was that?
Somebody telling me I can claim back PPI I never had in the first place.
Such a pain.
Will I make us some tea? Herbal, if you insist.
Aw, tea would be good, thanks.
Camomile or peppermint?
Why don't you surprise me? SENT TEXT ALERT
Hey, I'll come and help you.
There was food left, I put it in the fridge.
I couldn't find the lid, so I covered the pan with tinfoil.
Should still be good heated up tomorrow.
Maybe if you add some water...
Whoa! What do you mean, me? Where are you going to be tomorrow?
You're no' going back.
I'm too much trouble.. Annie, the young girl...
It's not right.
Hey, none of us are gonnae get anywhere
if people keep making rash decisions.
Why don't you just sit tight, let me see what I can do?
It's not fair, expecting you to fight my battles.
A guy like him? He'd be my battle eventually.
Are you going...
No. More than one way to skin a cat.
Right, I need to nip out for a wee bit.
Because of Rick?
The world doesn't revolve around this guy.
Not any more.
I shouldn't be long.
I've been meaning to say,
you're looking exceptionally trim these days.
Have you been sneaking off to the gym?
Right, what do you need? 20?
Can a guy not pay a pal a compliment without an ulterior motive?
30. I'll pay you back.
Absolutely, you will. What's it for, anyway?
I promised Caitlin a takeaway.
By the time you get a couple of side dishes,
and then there's the tip for the delivery guy...
Can't forget the tip, heaven forfend.
You're a saint.
No, I'm just a guy who believes in man helping his fellow man,
or WOMAN, come to that.
That's why I've been thinking about Ellie, she's worried about her mum.
Aye, it's a shame, right enough.
I mean, she's in the back now, checking the stock on one leg.
I think she needs a hand.
Why, have you got that much stock?
I mean with her mum.
Oh, let me halt this altruistic nonsense right there, brother.
I've got a room going spare.
It's not the only thing that'll be going spare
if you let Maggie move in. It would just be temporarily.
It's your call, pal, but this is a can of worms
that could easily turn into a nest of vipers.
Aye, well, I bet people said that when I let you move in.
Me? I'm a wee ray of sunshine.
Look, seriously, Pete, I don't want to let Ellie struggle, OK?
Americano, extra shot, to go?
Alex? Oh, right, yeah, good.
You look like a man in a hurry.
Yeah, well, I like to keep myself busy.
Addicted to the caffeine, are we?
Needed a wee afternoon boost.
You definitely need something,
stop that missus of yours fae running to me. She came to you?
Don't be too harsh on the lassie.
She's just aware of your limitations.
I said I'd take care of it. Yeah, you told me that as well.
Don't make promises you cannae keep.
Seat belt on. Phone aff. Nae drinking.
Stick to the speed limit, all right?
You still here?
I'm just admiring your one-man road safety campaign.
Aye, well, you cannae be too careful.
WOMAN SCREAMS Oh! For God's sake!
Sorry... I'm sorry.
It's no big deal. Just relax.
For you, but I'm just a guy wanting to have a wee sit down
and do a bit of Sudoku. I wasn't expecting...
full frontal nudity.
Well, think of it as an unexpected treat.
I don't want to think about it at all!
I'm not exactly loving this either, you know!
A big galoot barging in when I'm having a shower.
It's my shower! AJ's.
I stay here. Aye, and I'm only here
because AJ didn't want me stinking oot the cafe.
AJ wouldn't... I mean,
he sent you up here cos he wanted you to feel better.
A cup of tea would be nice, if you're making one.
You're on your own.
And unless you've got really deep pockets in that jacket,
I'm no' seeing 150K.
You're really starting to annoy me.
Maybe I should introduce Frankie to a few of my friends?
Why don't you shut up and let me speak?
No, I didn't bring Faith and, no, I didn't bring cash,
but I brought something just as valuable.
There's a wee package arriving from Holland
in about half an hour or so.
Customs have been bought off, the guy's unarmed.
Our mutual friend sent someone to snatch said package,
but if you, or one of your guys, got there first...
Well, the phrase "like taking candy from a baby" springs to mind.
Well, this is interesting, I have to admit.
Easy money, and you get to stick one to Mr Murdoch.
I thought that would have been irresistible.
OK. But you're staying right here,
until I'm sure we've got the "candy".
Whatever you say.
I need to know what is going on.
Cassie, I'm... I'm sorry.
Sorry for so much.
OK. OK, tell me everything.
Don't make me get it out of Angus.
I don't know what to say.
Oh, come on! You guys, you're keeping something from me...
Yes... All of you.
Angus and you meeting in secret?
What can he tell you that he can't tell me?
Nothing. Is it inoperable?
I'm not sure what you mean.
Has he only got months left?
No, Cassie, you've got this all wrong.
He's going to die.
He's going to die and no-one's telling me anything...
No, I promise you, no.
Then why are you and Angus calling each other?
Why are you sobbing in Scarlett's shop?
I'm losing my mind, Kim.
It's not what you think.
Angus and me, we...
Between us. We...
Angus was freaking out about the diagnosis.
It was only the one time.
Oh... The turkey baster didn't work.
We thought maybe the old-fashioned way might be the answer,
but it wasn't, and it didn't feel right.
And if I could take it back, I would, and I know Angus feels the same way.
What... I mean, what now?
You don't say a word.
Not to Bob. Not to Angus.
You and I never had this conversation.
You're not making any sense.
When Angus is over the operation...
..over the chemo...
..when he gets the all-clear...
..then we'll talk.
I've been looking forward to this for hours, by the way. Oh, aye?
Definitely. Thank goodness for afternoon shifts.
Yeah, I was just talking to Cassie about that.
She's got a lot on her plate the now wi' Angus.
Aye, poor soul.
Aye. So, well, she's asked me to help out.
A lot more hours.
Acting manager, pretty much.
You're kidding. No.
That's amazing. Bravissimo, babycakes!
So I was thinking you know, with me there,
you at the taxis a lot more...
This will be our last cosy night in for a while, eh?
I got a few of these while I was out and about.
If you don't fancy anything, we can go online.
I'm up for anything except pizza.
Remember the last time I got that bad anchovy?
Two hours talking to God on the big white telephone as the...
Pete, gonnae listen to me for a second?
I'm all ears.
I'm no' sure I fancy a takeaway.
I'd quite like an early night.
I've never said no to one of them.
No, no' that kind of early night.
Like actual sleep, no' you snoring next to me.
Right. Right, I get you.
I just don't want to let Cassie down,
so I think, for the next wee while at least,
I should put my personal life to one side.
Do you? Yeah, you've got to do right by the lassie.
Aye. And if we've got to cool it a while, we've got to cool it a while.
You're the best, Pete.
One of the best, anyhow.
Right. No, no, no that's good.
No, you sit on it till I call you back. All right.
Certainly getting that way.
I mean, it's pills, it's old school, but I can still move them on.
I'm sure you can. Everything you make, it's all profit.
40 grand's worth of profit in street value. Not bad.
But it's still well short of the figure we discussed.
These things, picking off the competition,
Lenny does it all the time.
That's how I knew about today.
I could give you the nod again.
I could live with that.
If you cut Frankie loose and let Faith be.
Once I reach the full figure...
No, no, no, no. Now. Tonight.
Why would I dae that?
As a gesture of goodwill, with a view to the risk I'm taking.
You know what Lenny would do if he found out.
Even to his own son?
I think ESPECIALLY to his own son.
Of course, with you gone, I'd be out of pocket.
Well, be rest assured I'll be doing everything I can
to avoid that eventuality.
It's a good deal. Come on, you know it is.
I have got a condition of my own.
If I let Frankie and Faith loose,
that means that this is about you and me now.
If we don't reach that 150 mark,
we're gonnae fall out, big-time.
Do we understand each other?
So when you left, was there a kiss?
Sorry, AJ, I thought we'd be gone by now.
Don't worry about it - in fact, you can help me cheer Pete up here
now that he's been friendzoned.
Has Caitlin said anything to you?
Me? No. Ah, right.
She hasn't heard the last of this, your sister.
Right, I better leave youse to it. Mammy, come on!
She's been in there for 20 minutes brushing her teeth -
trying to drag her heels. She doesnae want to go back.
Well, erm, she doesn't need to.
By all that's holy, no!
It's MY decision. What is?
Your mum's welcome to stay here.
Temporarily. Short term.
As long as she needs to.
AJ, I don't know what to say.
See if I could jump up, I'd kiss you.
Pete, don't just stand there. Help the lady jump up.
THEY LAUGH That's me, then.
No, it's not!
What, did you not phone a taxi?
Sit down, woman. You're going nowhere.
AJ's letting you have his spare room.
Oh! You are some man!
Unhand him, woman, he's got dinner to cook.
Actually, I think I'd prefer a takeaway.
The final insult!
Aw, what have I done to deserve you, eh?
Where've you been?
I went to see Rick again.
Rick? How could you be so stupid?
Should I have left it to my dear old daddy?
Hmm? Would you like that better?
Alex, I'm sorry. I'm scared.
Well, you don't need to be.
No, I really mean it.
You don't need to be afraid about anything.
Faith, Frankie - I fixed it all.
I remembered something important.
I'm much smarter than him.
Look how impressed you are(!)
I know, I'm sorry, I just don't understand.
Annie, I've been around Lenny for long enough,
and my mother before that.
I know how things work. Rick needs to feel like he's won.
And has he? From his point of view.
I put him in touch with some people
that will take all his dirty money and clean it.
You're not laundering money through the club, are you?
I've kept everything at arm's length.
Go and get your jacket.
I'll prove to you that he's doing what we want.
Oh, babe, no.
Please don't cry. Please don't.
We'll get through this,
and you know how I know?
Cos I've got the best wife in the world in my corner, that's how.
The best wife in the world.
I love you so much.
Robbie, you got any really good champagne?
Aye, we do, it's quite an exclusive little number called prosecco.
Well, stick me one on ice, anyway.
It's already in the fridge.
Don't you have a bucket?
Aye, we do. It's where the mop lives.
How are you, Frankie?
How am I? Spectacular.
That outfit's great.
Thanks. Looks even better than it did in the shop.
Er, what are you doing?
Slumming it, I suppose.
This is Delores.
Lovely name, isn't it?
Trips off the tongue.
I don't understand.
Is it really that difficult?
You said to meet you here.
Yeah, well, I didnae want to dump you by text.
I'm old-fashioned like that.
Now, why don't you run along, little girl,
and let me have some grown-up time?
Hey, none of that!
Now, now! You only get one for free.
Go and tell Faith the good news. And Lenny.
DOOR OPENS That's great.
I appreciate that. Yeah, I owe you one.
Hey, come on, you know I'm good for it. Right.
Great timing. That's everything just sorted.
Oh, no, God, you have to call them off before they...
Relax, it's no' that.
A pal of mine, he's got a friend of a friend
that specialises in relocation packages.
What? It's going to take a couple of weeks,
but, well, new name, new life.
He's got you a job working in a hotel kitchen.
SHE LAUGHS A kitchen?
You'll probably be peeling tatties
for the first couple of months, but after that, who knows?
Thank you. Thank you.
OK. You can put me down now.
Alex has fixed it. He made a deal with Rick
and for Frankie, too. I was just getting round to that.
Well, you don't have to worry now.
Thanks to my blue-eyed boy. Uh-huh.
How'd he manage that?
You'll have to ask him that.
No time like the present. Where is he?
I just left him at the pub.
Well, we cannae leave a man drinking alone, can we?
Come on, Faith.
Let's go out and celebrate.
Come on, it's fine.
It feels good to have the breeze on my skin.
So, just take your time. Enjoy every step.
What do you mean, it didn't arrive?
All right, all right. Meet me at the cab office.
No, when I'm good and ready!
Is there a problem?
No, no, no. Nothing to do with you. Come on.
Let me have a chat with my friend there.
Why don't you go off to the little girls' room, sweetness?
She is hot, eh?
I think you did me a favour, getting rid of wee blondie.
Here, let me get you a drink.
No, I'm good, thanks.
What, my company no' good enough for you, is it?
We've made our arrangement.
Apart from that, I don't see any reason for us to be in contact.
Well, well, well. Look who it is.
I'm glad to see she's got some new friends.
I taught her everything she knows.
Don't listen to him, OK? He can't hurt you now.
That's right. I'm a man of my word,
I'm not going to lay a finger on you.
But I cannae speak for the police or immigration.
She'll be all right, away from them, away from you.
Is that right, Faith? All boxed in, eh, darlin'?
Can we have a drink here?
You must be some doctor to arrange all this.
Or do you two know each other better than we think?
Well, you don't need to concern yourself with the details.
No, but rules, rules are important.
We agreed on that.
Yeah, we did.
And we dae.
Gie us another bottle of fizz, I'm in the mood to celebrate.
What does he mean? What rules?
That's how these big boys play their game.
Lenny involves himself in Rick's business, makes him an enemy.
Official. No going back now.
He seems in a good mood, eh?
That must've been some deal youse two came up with.
It was a short-term fix.
I make his life easier for a while, he leaves us be.
Yeah, and I'm pretty sure that's exactly how it's going to go(!)
When was the last time you spoke to Mr Crozier?
Do you remember me?
You and I will be talking at the station.
Is that right?
Do you think he did it?
I'm just trying to get my heid round it, son.
Don't die of ignorance.
Scarlett told me that I needed to take care of myself.
You need to remember that I own this place.
You should keep me sweet, Mammy dearest.
Don't ever say no to me.
Out for a wee stroll, ladies?
'So that's me, 75 years young this year.
'And to help me celebrate,