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The counterfeit money was you?
Get him out of here.
Fraser's kidnapping, you were in on that as well?
You don't change.
How long you are you planning on staying, Lenny?
'I wouldn't want to end up like you, anyway!'
Hey. I hope that's my breakfast you've got in there.
You've got nothing in that kitchen of yours.
-Do you think about him?
-I was thinking, why don't we go to that Oyster Cafe for breakfast?
Grace them with our presence?
Think about Ewan?
-What kind of question is that?
Course I think about him!
Lucky you don't have to live here and pass this place every day then, isn't it?
Is that the post?
Yeah, nothing important.
Right, I'll make us some breakfast?
-I need to get ready for work.
-You can't go to work on an empty stomach.
You can if you feel like throwing up!
What's going on there then?
-You two have a fight?
-You want something?
I'll have some of that breakfast if it's still on the go?
Or I could make you something?
You could. You could make me very happy by disappearing, all right?
Shouldn't you be doing something soapy? Or whatever it is you do.
You know, business is pretty good to be honest.
-I'm doing all right.
-Is that right?
-In fact, I'm just about to land a big deal.
-Good for you.
-Cut you in on it if you like?
-I don't think so, son.
Might be worth your while...
..if you're sticking around.
-Three times. Three times I was up with him last night.
-Aye, I heard.
And did Eileen stir once?
I swear, that woman could sleep through an air strike!
So what's on the agenda today?
Oh, aye. Something'll turn up. What about the taxis?
I've asked around, nothing doing.
You could go it alone?
Easier said than done.
-All the guys like you looking for work? You could start a company!
-Aye, like that'll happen(!)
Have you talked to her?
-Aye, I've tried.
If I thought it would do any good...
Oh, stop sitting around feeling sorry for yourself, Jimmy, it doesn't suit you.
-She'll come round...
-After what I did?
You put yourself on the line to make things right, got Deek out of jail.
I put him there in the first place!
stop moping around and make an effort.
If your family means anything to you, get out there and get them back!
OK, just see if I'm getting this straight...
you're very generously going to "cut me in" on a deal that doesn't exist?
YET. "Doesn't exist YET."
And you'll relieve me of 20 grand?
You'd be investing in the business.
I might not be Alan Sugar but I'm not stupid.
-The deal's in the bag.
-I'll get there.
-And you're skint.
-OK, fine, I've got some cash flow problems...
-You're a funny guy.
Fine, I need the money. But you need a reason to stay.
Don't you ever presume to tell me what I need.
Do you know what? Maybe you were right.
Maybe it's time your dad was on his way.
I'm telling you, it was three times.
I didn't hear anything...
He's such a good boy!
Remember, I have Geoff coming round later.
The architect? He's got plans for me to look at. Then I've got to the bank.
-I've got meetings about the addiction programme today!
-I did tell you!
Looking good, James.
Like you said, no point in moping around, eh?
We have not finished this, by the way.
That's what she thinks.
But Mummy doesn't always know best, now, does she?
You said so yourself this morning, why's he still here?
-It's just for now!
-It's been a week already, how much longer?
-Amber, he's taking...
-Look, if it wasn't for him...
-Yeah, I know.
Yeah, you might not even be here!
Ah, come on, don't exaggerate, it would never have come to that...
Hello? Are we forgetting McCabe?
Look, your dad's trouble.
The sooner he leaves, the better.
Look, can we just talk about this...?
-What do you want?
-Just wanted to make sure you're alive.
Have you sacked the cleaner, eh?
Are you going to tell me what you want or can I go back to bed?
-I want to make sure you're all right.
just not feeling 100%, y'know?
Right, what's the script with the garage?
-What about it?
-You're supposed to be looking after it while Bob's away.
You might have noticed I've had other things on my mind - like being locked up?
Right, have you had breakfast?
Hey, on second thoughts, I'll get you breakfast.
Have a shower and meet me in the Oyster, all right?
-This is ridiculous! You can't even talk to me in the street?
-What do you want?
-Can we talk? Please?
-I've got nothing to say to you.
-At least let me take you for a cup of coffee?
This isn't fair!
It isn't fair what you done to Deek!
And it isn't fair what you done to your daughter!
I just want to see her!
Seriously, you guys, look at the time. Where's your work ethic?
-Are these what I think they are?
-Yeah, I've been looking for them.
-They're my keys, that's all.
-They're for your flat.
Your old flat.
-Don't be daft.
-I remember them, I remember Ewan having them...
You had a perfectly good flat all this time?
-What? Why's he been kipping here?
-Why didn't you get rid of it?
-It's a flat.
Can I have them back?
I think you should go.
I want you out of here today.
-Why did you come back?
-I came back for you! You needed me.
No. No, I didn't. I needed your money.
Yeah, well, some things don't change then, eh?
That's right, some things will never change.
Pack your things and go.
Preferably far away.
Right. Well, that's fantastic.
OK, we'll see you this afternoon.
Right. Thanks, bye.
Yeah. They called to tell me they've got a place going, asked if we could drop by for a visit...
-They just happened to call?
-It's one of the best nurseries in Glasgow.
I don't care if it's the best in Scotland, he's not going.
Do you know how hard it is to get into?
We've got a chance to get Stuart in, I'm not going to let this go.
-See when I talk, do you actually hear what comes out of my mouth?
-Not if I can help it.
Come on, Raymond,
we can't go on like we are.
And I want Stuart to be around other kids...
You don't want to deprive him of that?
Listen, why don't you go and have a look at the place?
-See if you like the people there? See if Stuart likes it?
Well, you know I can't go.
You know how I feel about this and you want ME to go?
Obviously, I'd go, but I can't!
Anyway, this'll give you a chance to see how wrong you were about this.
And what about my meeting?
What's more important, your son's wellbeing
or an extension out the back?
Fine, I'll go.
Right. Just make sure you're not late.
Lose this place, we might not get another for ages.
Yeah? It's no problem.
Yep. One o'clock.
Thanks, I'll see you then. Bye!
Something going down? Cos I'd be interested if it was.
Did you not learn your lesson last week?
So who are you meeting?
That's my business.
Er...What taxi firm do you use?
What would I need a taxi for?
People always need taxis.
And I've spotted a gap in the market...
A good, local, reliable firm.
A nice, friendly face behind the wheel.
-So you're getting back into driving your taxi? Big deal.
-No, I'll be running things,
I'll run the whole shooting match...
I'm going to start my own taxi firm.
You? Start your own business?
What's wrong with that?
What will you use to do this? Monopoly money?
I'll get finance, don't you worry about that.
What, and buy this place?
Well, I'll lease it.
Might get the first three months free, given the state of the place.
-Is that right?
..a wee lick of paint...
I'm impressed. When do you sign the lease?
Well, I'm seeing the agent this afternoon.
So you won't be doing a sideline in "special deliveries" then?
Shame. Good while it lasted.
My daughter could have died cos of what we got mixed up in.
I've lost my family.
So I'm getting back on track... Making a new start.
So I was thinking you could have a few people round,
bit of food, few drinks...
-Cos you've hardly seen anybody since...
-Since I got out?
It's over now. That's something to celebrate, isn't it?
I want to forget it ever happened.
A wee party's going to take your mind off everything.
Yeah, but it won't take my mind off this, will it?
What is it?
Another nightmare, that's what...
Fraser, stop avoiding me, OK?
You can't keep this up, you look shattered...
Thanks(!) To be honest, I've not got the energy to argue with him.
Look, I know what he did was wrong...
-But at the end of the day, Madonna's all right, isn't she?
-No thanks to him!
Wee Deek's out the jail, McCabe's in.
I mean, it all worked out...
That doesn't excuse what he done.
No. No, of course it doesn't.
-You miss him, though, eh?
-Aye, I miss him.
I don't want a slanging match.
All I'm asking is that you let me see Madonna.
This is the longest I've gone without seeing her. I miss her...
Aye. She misses her daddy and all.
I miss you.
Don't push it, Jimmy!
So can I see her?
See if I find out that she's been near anyone or anything that's dodgy,
your life's not going to be worth living.
That's all over and done with, you've got my word.
Aye. That's not been counting for much recently.
Things are looking good, Scarlett. I'm back on the taxis,
-but difference is this time, I'll be running things, starting my own...
-I'm not interested.
I want to know that Madonna's going to be safe.
Of course she will!
So can I see her?
You can get her this afternoon, be there at one o'clock!
-Is that a problem?
-No, no, no, that's fine, I'll be there.
Hi, there. Hi.
Listen, I'm just phoning up... I've got an appointment this afternoon,
to see about this lease for the property on Montego Street.
That's right, Mr Jimmy Mullen.
Aye, one o'clock. Uh-huh.
What it was was, I was wondering if I could postpone it until...
Aye, tomorrow. Yeah.
Oh, that's great.
That's great. Thanks now. Cheers!
I'll see you later.
What's the hurry?
-Just I've got to be somewhere.
-Oh, right. Sorry.
Well, I just wanted to say thanks...
for what you did last week?
Oh, no need, son. Forget about it.
No, seriously, if I'd been in there any longer...
I don't know what I would've done.
-Aye, well... I'd better get going.
-Yeah. Oh, Jimmy?
You know any more mechanics that could help out until Bob gets back?
I need to get that place up and running...
-I'll have a wee think, eh?
-Cheers. You're a lifesaver.
Jimmy. Just the man.
You? Starting your own business?
-Why do people find it so hard to believe?
-Do you really want to know?
Come on, Jimmy, you're not exactly the entrepreneurial type.
I'm only talking about a few cabs, Lenny, not world domination.
Stick to what you know, you're not bad at it.
What? Hanging about with guys like you and screwing my life up? No, thanks.
Driving, shifting stuff from A to B,
wading in when you need to. Nothing to test the old grey matter.
Aye, well, I think my careers teacher gave me the same advice.
-Maybe you should have listened.
-I did. Maybe that's why I'm here.
But I'm better than that.
Aye, well, good luck with it.
So, I hear you're off again?
Don't look too happy.
I'm more sensitive than I look.
Where is it this time?
Somewhere far away, preferably.
I need to ask you a favour.
Come on, Jimmy, I'll not ask you to do something that'll offend your moral principles.
She's my wee lassie, Jimmy, right? You understand that, don't you?
Thing is, they grow up that fast, they think they're not your wee lassie any more.
But they are...
Just maybe keep an eye on her for me.
Amber's a bright lassie, she can look after herself.
Anyway, I've got to look out for my own family.
I'm not wanting your money, Lenny.
What about "Mullen's Minicabs" or whatever you were going to call it?
-How will you finance that?
-Let me worry about that.
Come on, Jimmy, you do me a favour and I do you one back. That's how it works.
Just like the old days, eh?
Not any more. I'm not going down that road again.
I'll see you around, Lenny.
-You've got the address?
-Safely written down.
Aw, could you not have put him in something better than that.
He's fine, he's not going for an interview!
We have to make a good impression.
Now make sure you ask the right questions and smile!
These people have to like you as well, you know?
Oh, right! Let me know how it goes.
-I'm up for that.
-Well, it's not really a party,
more, just a few people round for a drink.
Sounds like a party to me.
I could make some cocktails! I've been practising.
Aw, he's like my personal Tom Cruise.
I think there might be a height issue there.
-Just don't say anything to Deek.
-Cos he wasn't too happy with the idea.
-Why are you doing it?
Cos it'll be good for him.
He just doesn't know it yet.
We've got the afternoon off.
We can help you get the flat ready if you like?
Right. Sound. Get a set of keys off of Robbie then. See you later.
Do you fancy a drink?
Yeah, why not?
Aye, can I get a whisky and a beer?
You looking for something, Jimmy?
No, I thought he was here.
That's OK, could you give him this?
Just he asked me about getting a mechanic...
This guy, he's really...
That's his number.
He's really good.
-Oh, right. Ta.
-He's really good.
Oh, listen, could you tell him as well, that...
I might be in a position to put some work his way.
Why don't you tell him yourself?
I'll catch you later, eh?
I've got to crack on.
We're talking 10 grand, 15 tops...
Oh, a whole new opportunity, eh(?)
I know it doesn't look like much, but it's cheap, it's central, right next to the pub...
You're forgetting, I'm not going to be around.
Anyway, I'm not interested in investing in a cafe.
No, and you'd be right. Unless you're one of the big guys, it's not worth it...
But what about a minicab firm?
-There's a gap in the market, Lenny.
Look around, what's missing? I'll tell you.
A local, reliable cab service, a friendly face behind the wheel.
Amber Cabs could fill that gap.
Good name, yeah?
Makes you think of yellow taxis, New York.
What's Amber got to do with it?
She can have as much to do with it as you want.
-He the doctor?
-Do you know him?
Check out the lease, the licence application...
and convince me.
-So you're interested?
-I said, "Convince me".
You think you can get Amber on side?
If she listens to anyone, it's me.
You'd better go talk to her then, hadn't you?
Can you shut up shop for a bit?
I've got customers.
I told your dad we'd meet him for a drink.
-You did what?!
-It's just a drink.
And why would I want to go for a drink with him?
You want to see him before he goes, don't you?
-What have you done?
-You were all for him going earlier.
-Amber, it's just a drink.
OK, I bumped into him earlier on...
and we kind of got talking about a joint venture.
-Just come and talk to him.
So Jimmy reckons this guy's good, yeah?
-I think it was him.
-You think what?
I think it was Jimmy.
You think what was Jimmy?
The person that stashed the counterfeit money, I think it was Jimmy!
-Well, he's at least got something to do with it. He's got access, so...
He was involved with Lenny Murdoch and McCabe...
Yeah, and that helped get me out of prison, remember?
Deek, there was something about him being in here earlier...
Seriously, Stella, it wasn't Jimmy, no way.
For a start, he wouldn't do that to Bob, would he? He's family.
What did your Uncle Raymond say when you spoke to him?
-I don't know, about Jimmy, how come he was involved?
-Come on. I'm going to talk to Raymond.
Get the doors!
Did you just call my name?
White wine. A large one.
I'm beginning to feel I'm not wanted round here.
Told you I'd get her here.
It's all right. Coast's clear, she's gone.
She had to pick up a file or something.
She finds out I'm not going to that nursery, I'm a dead man.
You can't keep doing this all afternoon.
Yeah, you're right, I guess I should phone the architect and cancel.
-We'll take Stuart.
-I couldn't ask you to do that.
-It's not a problem.
-We've to get set up for Deek's party.
Honestly, we can take him for a few hours, that way you get to see your guy and Eileen's none the wiser.
I don't know.
Raymond's right. He doesn't want to spend the afternoon with a couple of strangers.
We're not strangers. I've watched him loads of times.
-And you're great with him!
He does like you.
No, no, he really doesn't.
You go on back in. We'll take him, keep him out of Eileen's way.
I suppose he's got everything he needs.
-We'll have fun!
-You will watch him though, eh?
Course we will! Come on, you.
You're providing the entertainment.
-It's your boyfriend's idea.
All it would need is an investment for the lease.
and we can get it for a song, I'm meeting the agent this afternoon.
What's this got to do with me? I've not got any money to invest!
But you're leaving, aren't you?
-I've been phoning you all day!
-Look, there was a mistake, don't worry.
"Don't worry"?! Did you see how much they said we owe?
-It's fine. Some loan repayments have came back a bit bigger than I thought...
I needed to get some funds quickly, and I couldn't go to the bank...
-It's not a problem, I'll sort it.
-You had better, Fraser, seriously.
-Raymond, can I have a word?
Sure, you can have several. Fire away!
What about Jimmy?
I think you might already know.
-It was him, wasn't it?
-This is crazy.
It was Jimmy that put the counterfeit money in the garage
-You've got this all wrong, Stella.
-I need to get back downstairs...
-Wait a minute.
Has she got it wrong, Raymond?
-Raymond? I'm away to pick up Madonna...
You let me rot in there all that time?
-There was nothing I could do...
-You could have told the truth.
-I wanted to, but...
-But that would've ruined your life, not mine?
Deek, come on, son...
What? You saw what being in jail did to me!
Why is he living here?
Raymond, I'll get my gear.
You don't have to do that.
You're going to let him stay here? After what he did to me?
He's got nowhere else to go!
So what? Let him spend the rest of his life in a cell!
It's all right, Raymond, I'll get my gear.
I'm so, so sorry.
That doesn't give him back the time he spent inside, does it?
Shame about your boy's cash-flow problem, eh?
Still, I'm sure everything'll be OK. Plenty of opportunities out there.
Though his last little venture didn't go too well, did it?
Heavenly Herbals is doing fine.
Oh, I'm sure.
If I was you, I'd maybe have a wee peek at the books, it might be an eye-opener.
He'd have told me if there was a problem.
Just like he told you about his wee sideline?
this minicab business, it would be yours.
I would be investing in it for you.
Haven't I made myself clear yet?
I don't want anything from you.
-Think of it as a safety net.
-And why would I need one of those?
Cos one of these days, there's going to be nobody there to catch you when you slip, darling.
I can look after myself.
I know you can.
Just indulge me, let me do this for you. At least it would be a regular income.
You might have noticed, but I've got my own shop, thanks very much.
-We know how much that makes.
-I've made it different from when Mum had it.
Aye, aye. OK, OK. I'm not getting on at you.
I'm proud of you, seriously.
I don't need your approval. Or your money.
-You were singing a different song last week.
-I can get by just fine by myself if I have to.
Is that all you want?
To "get by"?
Look, promise me one thing, right? Tell me you'll think about it?
I'll think about it.
Have her back by seven. No later.
When were you going to tell me?
Don't give me that look, Fraser, you know what I'm talking about.
-What about it?
Just how bad is it looking?
-What are you talking about?
-Oh! I know, Fraser!
Did you really think that my dad wouldn't say anything to me?
I might've known...
Look, I asked your dad if he wanted to come in on a deal, he said no. End of.
And why would you need him?
The same reason we need him for Amber Cabs - money.
-So you are having problems!
Amber, your dad's loaded.
Is it not time he paid you back for the crap he's put you through?
No, I don't want anything from him!
But you deserve it!
No, Fraser, you don't understand, you don't know what he did!
I know what you've told me. I know what you went through because of him.
Yeah, and now he's back, and he has a reason to stay.
All because of you!
-Fancy a pint?
Er, not right now, thanks.
Fair enough. Moderation and all that.
Listen, I was thinking I'd be able to drop in and see you.
-You new round here?
Well, you're welcome to come in and register.
Thing is, I'm kinda busy just now, know what I mean?
I'm a private kinda guy, doc, you know?
I don't like people knowing my business.
Well, we take patient confidentiality very serious here.
-That's good to know.
-Look forward to seeing you, Mr...?
-Murdoch, Lenny Murdoch.
Is everything OK?
Yeah. He's fast asleep in Bob's room.
So what do we do now?
I guess we don't have to do anything.
This is going to be easier than I thought.
# The wheels on the bus go round and round
# Round and round, round and round
# the wipers on the bus go... #
Swish, swish, swish!
# Swish, swish, swish, swish, swish, swish... #
What do the people on the bus do?
How should I know? Just make it up.
It's not working.
Have you found anything yet?
Why doesn't this kid have a dummy?!
Got it! Skin, he needs skin.
It says here that babies can be soothed by skin-to-skin contact.
It's a comfort thing.
Get your top off.
And then what we'll do is go to the Oyster and get some ice cream.
Just wait till the teenage years, that's when it all kicks off.
Well, maybe by then, I'll have sorted myself out.
You're awfully maudlin today, Jimmy. Not much fun to be around.
-Aye, well, I've not got a lot to be happy about.
-We've all got our crosses to bear.
Some heavier than others, eh?
Listen, I might be in a position soon to put some work your way.
All above board.
-I'm not interested, Lenny.
-Come on, honest day's work. Honest pay to go with it.
And by the looks of things, that's exactly what you need.
I told you this morning, I've got things lined up.
I've got plans.
Plans don't always work out, you know that.
The place'll need a clean but it's sound.
My old flat.
-You stay there till you get yourself back on your feet.
-Can't take it.
Don't let your pride get in the way of doing what's right, Jimmy.
Think about the wee one, she's important just now.
Scarlett won't let her stay over if you're kipping on a bench, is she?
Don't go all soft on me.
Everything all right, then?
-No bother at all.
-He was OK?
-He was an angel.
Listen, I owe you both one.
I'll remind you on our next pay day.
Fair enough. Come on then, Stuart. Say bye-bye.
Kids are a nightmare.
You're telling me. Come on. We've got a party to get to.
And I need a drink.
Oh, there he is. If it isn't the soap king himself.
What was going on with you and Jimmy just then?
Ach, nothing for you to bother about.
So what's so urgent?
Well, I've thought about it.
And if you put the money up...
I'll do it.
-I think champagne's in order!
I'll do it on one condition.
You have nothing to do with the business.
You put the money up, and then you leave.
Amber Cabs will be mine and Fraser will run it for me.
I don't want you here.
Yeah, if that's what you want.
It's what I want.
Shall I get the champagne or what?
Nothing I can do to make you change your mind?
I'll just...go and make a few calls.
Don't you think for one second that you're going to have anything to do with this business.
-But it was my...
-I'm putting the money in,
and Amber's going to be running things.
You just stay well out of it...
if you know what's good for you.
I am indeed.
How did it go today? OK?
Yeah, good thanks. And how about you?
Oh, good. Yeah, really good.
So? What was it like?
The nursery? What did you think?
Oh, it was nice, very nice.
Great. So did you get him registered?
Well, I'm not really sure that it's for us...
-No, no, I don't know, tell me.
I'm not sure how...
he would take to being left with strangers all day.
How would you know that...
if you didn't even take him?
-How do you mean?
-You're not going to sit there and lie to me, are you?
-Don't know what you're on about.
-The nursery phoned me, Raymond.
They wanted to know why we didn't show up today.
-Don't even think about making something up!
Because I know you and I don't want to hear it.
Let's just hope your son doesn't grow up to be quite as spineless as you!
You're kidding me.
I'm sorry, I...
-Charlie made a cocktail for you.
-Death Row Slammer.
-Pure lethal, that.
-We wanted to welcome you back.
-Yeah, we've hardly seen you since...
Y'know, since you got out and that.
-What the hell.
-Hey, that's better!
I'll get it!
Well, you got any more?
Aye, that's me.
-Debt recovery. You've not paid.
-No way, not again...
-Mate, please, I've just bought that!
-Ready to go?
I just have some things I need to do first...
No, it's fine, I'll meet you at the flat.
I thought you'd be pleased. We got what we wanted.
-Your dad's leaving. Result.
What? So now you want him to stay?
Just leave it! I'll see you later.
I'm telling you, you can't do this!
Mate, do you hear me?
Fraser, you told me you'd sorted this!
I did, calm down!
Yeah? It's not your flat that's getting emptied, is it?
Aye, aye. Spot of bother, boys?
Nothing I can't handle.
Mate, listen, there must be some mistake. The debt's been settled.
-You want to get on the phone to your boss or something?
You just take the stuff back up the stairs, all right?
-You and your partner take the rest of the day.
Can I take this?
It's yours, isn't it?
Right. You're out of trouble. For now.
You paid them? Listen, thanks, Lenny.
Let's get one thing straight here, I done that for Amber, not you.
She'll find someone better than you soon, I guarantee that.
But until she does, I don't want her disappointed,
You get on with your wee soap business
and stay away from Amber Cabs.
Thank you so much.
OK, I'll see you tomorrow,
And sorry again for the mix-up today.
I don't want to fight with you.
Who says we're fighting?
I know you're mad at me.
Raymond, forget it.
No, I'm not going to forget it, you know how I feel about this.
I do, and you know how I feel.
And you're clearly not going to change your mind,
but I'm sick of fighting about the same things every single day...
..so we'll just have to make do.
-Not interrupting, am I?
She wanted to bring Father Ted with her today but she was out the door so quick she forgot.
Madonna? Jimmy's got her.
Where is he?
Thing is, Scarlett...
..Deek found out...
-..Jimmy's had to leave, I'm afraid.
-There you are.
Aw. Hello, you!
We're just in to get her a wee treat, aren't we?
Right, there you go.
You go and pick yourself something nice.
She's a real cutie.
Aye. Takes after her ma.
How are things with you and Scarlett?
Ach, not too good to be honest.
At least I'm getting to see Madonna now.
It can't be easy.
It's a bit easier, thanks to your dad.
-Sorry, I shouldn't have said that...
It's just that he's letting me use the upstairs. You know, his old flat.
That's very kind of him.
Needs a bit of a clean right enough, but I appreciate it.
Look, Amber, it's maybe none of my business,
but do you not think you should cut him a wee bit of slack?
You're right, Jimmy, it's none of your business.
Still here, then?
Who'd think it'd take so long to pack a few a couple of shirts and pants, eh? What am I like?
Bumped into Jimmy earlier.
He told me you're letting him stay at the flat.
Were you going to tell me?
What's to tell?
It's lying there empty. Somebody might as well get use out of it.
Suddenly the big philanthropist(!)
That's a big word. I knew that education would pay off.
I'm letting Jimmy use the flat, it's no big deal.
Did you think that you could just waltz back in here
and everything would be OK?
You think I'm going to forgive you for what you did?
Throw my arms around you and beg you to stay?
Cos I'm sorry to disappoint you, cos that isn't going to happen.
You asked me to leave...
that's what I'm doing.
Is that what you want me to do?
Am I supposed to think that you're a changed man or something?
Is that it?
I'm your dad...
You get yourself ready for bed, darling, all right?
I thought I said seven.
Aye, sorry, we just lost track of time.
Right, I better be off then, eh?
thanks, for letting me have her today. It was great.
I spoke to Raymond earlier.
-Why didn't you tell me?
You're not staying there any more, are you?
Deek knows what I did.
It's not fair on Raymond, I mean, Deek's family,
So you done the decent thing?
Makes a change, eh?
What are you going to do?
I'll be OK...I always am.
You can stay here. I'm not going to see you out on the street, am I?
In Bubba's old room, mind.
I mean it, Jimmy. One whiff of trouble and you're out.
I'd never do that again.
I've heard that before.
I won't let you down, I promise.
Don't make promises you can't keep, Jimmy.
I mean it. I was stupid, I should never have done it.
-You were so ill, I didn't know... I couldn't see any other way...
Go and get your things.
I love you.
Go and get your things, before I change my mind.
Where will you go?
Govan far enough?
-People in this town don't seem to like me for some reason.
-Lots of reasons.
Spain it'll be, then.
-What, the villa?
Hey, remember that last time we were out there?
The guy in the bar tried to chat up your ma?
Yeah, until you scared him off.
I miss that.
all of us being together.
Yeah, course I do.
-Why won't you speak about him?
-What's there to say?
-I hate you.
-No, you don't, darling.
Don't tell me how I feel, because you don't even know me any more!
Maybe you're right, yeah. Maybe I don't.
Why won't you sell it?
You know how the market is.
I'd never get the price for it.
You could have sold it ages ago, why not?
-Because I can't, OK?
I can't get rid of it.
I can't sell it.
He won't let me.
-Who won't let you?
-Who do you think?
I can't even put the key in the door!
I can't even stand in the place.
I can't let him go.
You asked me this morning if I think about him.
Yeah, I think about him.
I think about him every morning that I wake up.
It tears me apart.
..it was a big mistake for me to come back here, you were right.
Better I go.
Better you tell me to go.
Take care of yourself now, all right?
I love you.
You remember that.
-Thought you were sticking around?
-No, no, change of plan, you know me.
Still carting that about?
Change of plan.
So when you going to show up next?
No, no, Jimmy you're all right... just keep them.
Give them to Amber when you're finished.
As I say, there's a change of plan, I think I've maybe found somewhere better.
Jimmy, listen, about that job,
you talk to Amber, right?
-Aye, there's no need...
-You'll not be starting the taxi firm.
I bought the place for Amber.
-That was my idea!
-You're a nice guy, Jimmy, but let's face it, you're no businessman.
There's honest work there if you want it.
No hard feelings.
You'll never let me down again?! It didn't take you too long, did it?
-I used his flat, it's not what you think.
-Shaking hands with Lenny?!
-I was giving him back his keys.
-Stay away from me, Jimmy!
Me and Madonna.
-You promised! You promised!
MUSIC: "No Surprises" by Radiohead
'Right, Dad. Some things will never change.
'Pack your things and go. And preferably far way!
'I don't want you here.
'You think I'm going to forgive you for what you did?!'
# A heart that's full up
# Like a landfill
# A job that slowly kills you... #
# Bruises that won't heal
# This is my final fit
# My final bellyache with
# No alarms and no surprises
# No alarms and no surprises... #
Will you be a good boy for Mummy today?
Daddy's got the nice investor to deal with.
-I'll take Stuart to nursery and...
-Over my dead body!
-This is not a hotel!
-That's why the room service is so rubbish!
-You'll have to leave. There's a refund.
-This place is a joke, man.
Get out my pub!
It wouldn't surprise me if it was Christina who phoned the police.
How can Bob think that I would report my own mother to the police?
Every nutter gets what's due.
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