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Just you keep your claws out my wee brother.
So that's it, is it?
One wee silly argument and you're on to the next guy.
Why don't I go on the phone to Michael,
let him know he's next in line?
Thanks, you just made us being over so much easier.
# Hear the pots and pans they fall
# Bang against my wall
# Bang against the wall
# No rest at all
# You gets in so late at night
# Always a fuss and fight Always a fuss and fight
# All through the night
# I've got to get away from you
# This is not a place for me to stay... #
But it can't be.
Well, yes. I was on my holiday.
Can't I extend my credit limit?
I understand, but please, I really need to book this flight,
there must be some way you can help me?
-Oh, I'm sorry.
In the markets there were these stalls
-where you could have food cooked right in front of you.
-Aye, you said.
We tried all sorts of dishes,
then we'd just sit in the sun watching the crowds go by.
-Did I tell you about the temple?
-Charlie, I get it.
Thailand's an amazing place, and you and Annie had a brilliant time.
-Just hearing all about Charlie's holiday. Again!
You would think after two weeks, you'd run out of stuff to talk about,
but no, it really wasn't like that.
# We're in the money, we're in... #
Jo offered to help with some paperwork.
You're not due anything until the end of the week.
I know it's only the one shift, but I really need the cash.
If I had to pay out every time someone did a...
-Eileen's looking for you.
I fancied an early walk, just thought I'd let her have a lie in.
Just this once, OK?
How are you, Annie?
Three years on and not even "hello"?
I still can't quite get over the shock of seeing you again yesterday.
How have you been?
And I hear you're living something of a student lifestyle these days.
Bar work, shared flats...
-I really should...
I know things didn't end very well between us.
OK, it wasn't good.
We were a bad mix back then.
But I'm not the same person that I was.
Really. I've changed.
I've been through an anger management course,
I've got a perspective on things.
We're going to be bumping into each other,
we should just get on with our lives.
The past is the past.
No need to share that with others.
She can't count to ten without taking her shoes and socks off,
-and you've got her going through our accounts?
-She offered to help.
-You couldn't say no?
-Let her tidy things up. It's not costing us anything.
It'll cost something all right. With her, you don't get anything for free.
-I just wish you'd said something.
-It's only for a few days.
-Anyway, what were you saying about these plans?
I was thinking of ways we could bring in extra income.
-I think we're missing a trick...
-Leo, can you help me with something?
You can tidy this up?
I've got a science homework project I'm doing with Ryan Davis.
-Uh-uh. Do I know him?
-No. He's new.
Can I go to his house after school and stay until eleven?
-So we can work late. He's got a telescope...
..and the project's on the moon.
Get his parents to call me.
They've said it's fine.
-You don't go anywhere until I'm sure there's going to be adults present.
-There will be.
Then get them to call me.
Yeah, I will.
-You all right, Zinnie?
Try telling your face that.
That's great coming from a moaning brat like you.
Me? I'm not the pathetic loser going, "I'm fine."
Just for once can we start the day without an argument?
'She didn't want to end up here. It can't be easy for her.'
She should have concentrated on passing her exams.
If you ask me, Cambridge got a lucky break.
Don't be rotten!
Anyway, I like having another woman in the house, especially family.
After what you've put up with from my lot, I can't complain.
What if we just kept walking, eh? Didn't go to work?
We could buy a couple of plane tickets, just disappear
and let them all get on with it.
And turn your back on the glamour and excitement of morning surgery?
You're right. What could compare with the ongoing saga
of Mrs MacKechnie's ingrowing toenail.
Sorry! What you up to?
I was just checking about shifts with Raymond.
What do you make of Eileen's new guy?
He seems all right.
I've been going on to Raymond about us all morning and he's got this guy staying with Eileen under his roof.
Must be doing his head in.
What were you saying to Raymond, about us?
-Oh, just...you know?
Just about what a fantastic time we had, how special it was.
-You must think I'm a total sap, don't you?
I think you're kind and sweet and honest.
-Are you sure you're OK?
Now that I've got you, yeah. I am.
What do you think about us maybe getting some more time on our own?
No. I was wondering if we should get a place together,
-just the two of us.
-That sounds like a brilliant idea! You sure?
Mum, it's just me again.
I was wondering when you might be home, when you could give me a call.
Oh, never mind. Just give me a call when you're not busy. OK, bye.
All right? Charlie still sorting the bins?
No, he's with Annie, sucking face in full view of the street.
You'd think at her age she'd be a bit more discreet.
Are you here to help or just snipe?
They shouldn't bring their personal life to work. It makes things awkward.
Now that they're back, I'll only need you a couple of nights a week.
You're cutting my shifts?
At least you won't have to worry about feeling awkward, eh?
Why is he such a Hitler?!
-I can get you invited.
-But your mum can persuade him to let us go!
-See your mate, Ryan?
-He's a moron.
-By the time his mum and dad get back, the place will be trashed.
-So? We'll be gone by then.
-You might as well give up. It's not happening.
-No. I'm going.
-How was your holiday?
-It was great. It was really amazing.
I suppose you were out clubbing every night?
No, it was really quiet.
Was Annie not a bit bored?
No, it was great spending time together, really getting to know each other, you know?
-Spent the whole time in bed, you mean?
-No! I don't mean that.
-Are you blushing, Charlie?
-It was just brilliant.
-It really was.
-No sightseeing maps, no daily schedule?
That's not like Annie. Our honeymoon was planned like the D-Day landings.
You and Annie...
-you were married?
I just presumed that she'd...
Anyway. Past histories, eh?
-I've got a couple of phone calls to make.
-Shall I see you back at the cafe?
What has she said about him?
Nothing! I just thought it was your new man!
She never even mentioned that they were married?
That's a bit weird, isn't it?
What was I supposed to do? I just stood there like an idiot
-while they stared at me.
-Why haven't you told people?
We talked about this. It's none of their business.
Hang on. You are divorced, aren't you?
-I don't believe this.
One minute you want to move in together,
the next thing your ex shows up and you're still married.
-What else have you got lined up?
I can't do this right now.
You can see why I'm curious.
Of course, but I had no idea she was here. It was a shock running into her.
-Here yous go.
Right, we're good, thanks.
Mmm, I needed that.
So things were never wound up?
Obviously, I wanted to finalise the separation with a divorce but...
Well, to be honest I had concerns.
Annie's always been very...fragile.
-I was worried that she wouldn't be able to handle it, so I just kept putting it off.
But she seems to have made a fresh start for herself here and...
it's great to see she's coping so well.
So she had quite a few problems in the past, then?
It was tough, especially the break-up.
Look, I'm sorry, I can see that this must be really awkward for you.
The last thing I want to do is upset anyone. Perhaps I should just go?
No. It's not important, it'll be fine.
Of course. We're having a good time, aren't we, that's what counts?
You're OK with this?
Yep! Annie, the past. It's not going to be a problem for me.
-He's nipped out on a message for me.
-We were supposed to be hooking up to talk over some plans.
Oh, really? Anything I can help with?
Are you sure? Because looking at this lot, you need all the help you can get.
-How are you?
-I'm fine, thanks.
-Charlie was saying you had a fantastic holiday.
-He's certainly smitten.
-Eileen, I need to...
The thing is, Sandy told me about you two, that you were married. Still are, in fact.
-Of course, I know it's none of my business, but...
you seem to have a really good thing with Charlie. So...
-maybe it's time to draw a line under your past?
You know, make a clean break, sort out the divorce with Sandy?
-Is that what he said?
-He'd have done it a long time ago but he was worried about hurting you.
Surely now is the time to let people get on with their lives?
-It must be weird.
Running into your ex. Someone you've got all that history with.
-So what did she say about him?
-What's it to do with you?
-Was just checking that you're coping OK.
She's bound to have lots of secrets, what with her being that much older.
-Annie's not that much older than me.
-I would never keep secrets from someone I really cared about.
There could be all sorts of things she hasn't told you.
Things are fine with me and Annie.
I'm just saying a relationship is based on trust, and if it was me, I'd...
-Are you OK?
-I'm all right.
She just took a nasty fall, right in front of us.
-Let me help.
-No, I'm fine.
Maybe you should go and see Dr Brodie.
-You should not be putting any weight on that.
Don't be daft, that needs seeing to.
That is a unanimous vote for the doctor.
-Will I catch you later back at the flat?
Right, nice and steady, I've got you, just down this way, isn't it? OK.
It wouldn't cost much, set it up here, then all we need to do...
Don't let me stop you.
Gabe was just saying we should get an espresso machine, do food, like them posh toasties?
-Stuff that we could turn out quick.
-We'll chat later.
You'll be applying for a food licence?
We don't need a licence to serve coffee and toasties.
It's no big deal. Anyway, the mark-up on food makes it worth the outlay.
Where are you going to plumb in the hand-washing facilities?
-There's a few things to sort.
Environmental Health are sticklers for it.
-How much is this going to cost?
-I'm still trying to work it all out.
Don't forget the specialist insurance.
My mum is always cursing about how expensive it is.
What was that perfume you always wore?
-The one I used to love.
You should go back to that. It really suits you.
He shouldn't be much longer, Annie.
Thanks. You don't have to wait.
I do, I want to make sure you're OK.
You told Eileen and Charlie that we were married.
-I thought you said you didn't want me to say anything?
Best you leave talking about the past to me, Annie.
I mean, you know you get things confused, give people the wrong impression.
I don't want that to happen again.
You know how much it used to upset me when you talk about us to other people.
Annie, you been in the wars?
Certainly has, Doctor.
Remember what I said.
Take it easy. Let's get you checked out.
It's not swollen too badly. Just keep your weight off it for a bit.
It's nothing, honestly. Feels better already.
How did you do this again?
Just a stupid accident, tripped on a paving stone.
I can see from your records you're quite accident prone. Broken collarbone, broken ribs.
Sports injuries... overdoing it on girls' nights out.
You burst an eardrum. That must have been pretty painful.
-Yeah. It was.
-An unusual injury, not one I often see.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Sorry to disturb you. Mrs Barclay is asking how long you're going to be.
Yeah. Almost finished.
It was a diving accident.
-Thanks for fitting me in.
-Instead of spending money on some half-thought-out idea, you should be treating yourself.
-I don't know...
-You deserve a holiday, Leo.
I've seen some amazing places online, this time next week we could be sipping margaritas by a pool.
It means spending time away from the business.
That's the whole point of being in business for yourself.
Wouldn't you like us to spend some time together?
Just the two of us?
Do you think she's all right?
I couldn't get a word out of her.
Everything all right?
You've not even touched your coffee.
-Let me get you a fresh one.
Are you OK?
Yeah, I need some advice.
Do you handle divorces?
Right. There you go, wee man.
Where does the colour of his hair come from?
Me! I was that colour when I was his age.
-Is he going to walk around all day with that face on him?
-I don't know.
You could make an effort as well.
Why are you having a go at me?
-We're low on mixers.
you're just back off your holidays, what's the matter?
Is this to do with him and Annie?
Look, Charlie, we've all got exes and we've all got complicated pasts, you just have to get used to it.
People move on.
I was talking to Gina earlier.
It seems Annie's ready to tie up old loose ends.
-What do you mean?
-She phoned a lawyer,
asked if they handled divorces.
I thought you'd be pleased.
I'm really sorry about earlier.
I know it's awkward, but...
-Can we talk outside?
When you get a break, could you come over to the flat?
I'll have to see how busy we are.
It's just so pathetic.
This morning you were like a 12-year-old with your first big crush. Now look at you.
Do you never quit?
It's true. He looks like one of those adverts for neglected horses.
They should shoot you and put you out of your misery.
-You're right, you know.
I am being pathetic.
Raymond, I need to nip home for ten minutes.
top up these mixers, and try doing it with a smile on your face.
Charlie, I'm sorry.
-I should have told you.
-No, I shouldn't have got mad like I did.
I was just so confused.
-I would never do anything to hurt you.
-It's stupid of me to get worked up about you and Alex, it's not like he's part of our lives, is he?
We have to just focus on the future.
And be honest with each other, yeah?
It's right on the beach and they keep it dead exclusive. Amazing, yeah?
-Yeah, it's amazing.
-Let's book it, then.
-There's no rush.
-If we don't do it now, we'll miss out.
-Booking a holiday?
-Really? Oh, flash!
Yeah, it's a lot of money. I'm not sure it's a good time right now.
A second ago, you said you loved the Maldives.
I said it was amazing, but...
Well, what about the cruise, then? If we book today we get a 20% discount.
-Jo, booking a holiday is not really a priority right now.
There'll be time for holidays later.
Listen, I need to go and do some stuff, I'll be back later to finish off.
-Leo, I need to go.
That's me in the doghouse.
-It had to be done.
-You should get back.
-But are we all right?
Why don't I see what ingredients I can find at the deli and make us some Thai food?
We can pretend we never came home.
Well, to help inspire you...
I seen you looking at them in the market in Ko Lanta.
I just want you to know that I love you
and I'm here for you. OK?
-It didn't sound like it.
-I shouldn't have called.
-No, I'm glad you did.
It gave me an excuse to escape the tedium of prescription renewals.
You sounded pretty fed up.
No, it's nothing. And everything.
I hate my life.
Oh, Zinnie... Oh, come here.
Have you spoken to your mum and dad about it?
If there's something bothering you, they'd want to know.
No, they wouldn't. Every time I call, they're busy or it goes to the answering service.
I bet they let it go to message when they see it's me.
-They wouldn't do that, Zinnie.
-You know, Nicole was right,
-I'm a reject.
-That's not true.
You know, my mum always says that people fail because they're lazy,
so what does that make me? I'm an embarrassment.
Your mum and dad love you.
I bet they didn't tell any of their friends I didn't get into Cambridge.
-Failing your exams is a...is a setback, but it's not the end of the world.
-Well, it feels like it.
It certainly doesn't mean your mum and dad don't love you.
They'd already committed to selling up, moving house.
They just wanted you to be settled, that's all.
You're going to start uni here soon and make lots of new friends,
and soon this will all be forgotten about.
Your mum and dad want to hear from you.
Call them again, OK?
-Thanks for listening, Aunt Leyla.
-Are you going to be all right?
Well, I better get back, then.
Thanks. Listen...why don't I baby-sit for you tonight?
That way you and Michael can have a night off.
-Yeah, I could get a DVD, some nibbles.
That'd be great. Just don't tell the boys
it's baby-sitting, I don't think they could handle the humiliation.
You're normally begging me for extra shifts.
-I know, but I can't.
-Well, what am I supposed to do?
I've had quite enough of her for one day, thanks very much.
Right, I'll stay for an extra hour, but then I need to go.
-Is Eileen, er...?
-She's upstairs, putting wee Stuart down for his nap.
-Are you OK?
-Well, I will be if I can find some staff who actually want to work tonight.
Young Charlie not very keen?
Oh, no, he's totally loved up, isn't he?
He's having a special meal tonight.
You'd think after two weeks' holiday together, they'd be sick of the sight of each other.
-Are you going up?
To see Eileen?
No, I'll let her get the baby settled, I'll maybe pop back later.
I'm telling you, there's no way this'll work.
-You do it, then.
-You've got a deeper voice than me.
-They'll know it's me.
-Not if you put on an accent.
You're brilliant at impersonating people, like you can do Mr Fenner.
Everyone says you sound just like him.
If you do it, I'll give you a fiver.
-Tomorrow, I swear.
-What will I say?
Just stick to this.
It's gone to message.
# Give me a reason to love you
# Give me a reason
# To be
# A woman
# I just want to be a woman
# All I want to be
# Is a woman
# This is the beginning
# Of for ever
# And ever. #
So how long will that take to come through?
Yeah, I've already applied for the catering licence.
Will I need any special insurance?
That is fantastic.
We're in business. Speak to you again.
'Hello, this is Ryan Davis's father.
'Ryan asked if it was OK for Conor to come over after school today to do some extra studying.
'This is to confirm that I will be there to supervise them and ensure Conor that gets home safe.
-He can go?
-Yeah. Yeah, if you're ready, we'll give you a lift.
You shouldn't go empty handed, though.
Pick up some crisps and juice as a "thank you" to Ryan.
How much do you need?
-Oh, just a tenner.
-Because we were thinking that seeing as you decided to impersonate
Ryan's dad and lie to us, you'd at least try for 20.
Don't worry, you're not going to miss the party.
Fortunately, we were able to get hold of Ryan's dad,
let him know his house was about to be invaded by a bunch of teenagers.
Mind you, it doesn't really matter now, does it? Because you two
are grounded for the foreseeable future. Understood?
Right, now get out of my sight, the pair of you.
"Hello, this is Ryan Davis's...!"
-What are you doing?
You could come.
I'm not going anywhere. This morning you wanted to
settle down and live together, now you want us to run away?
If you don't want to come with me, fine!
-This is about Sandy, isn't it?
Once again, instead of dealing with things, you're running away like a stupid little kid!
-I'm not letting you go.
-Don't try and stop me, Charlie.
This is ridiculous!
We have a life together here.
The fact that Sandy's shown up, that doesn't matter.
I don't want to be with you anymore. OK?
I thought it might work, but now I can see you for what you are.
You're just a big pathetic joke.
-You're upset, you don't mean that.
-You think you can fix everything, don't you, make everything perfect?
We can just sit down...
Grow up! Life's not like some stupid movie!
-Stop it, Annie.
-Leave me alone!
I don't want you near me.
Hello. Tidied up, I see.
How did you get in here?
-What do you want?
-Just came to see that you're OK.
Come on, Charlie, son. Why sit there drinking?
You could be on this side of the bar earning money.
-My head's mince.
-One minute everything's fine and then the next... I can't hack it.
-It's finished, she's leaving.
-Hi, Raymond. Can I have a gin and tonic, and...?
-An orange juice.
Do you fancy doing some shifts?
-No, you're all right.
-Choose your nights.
I've barely got any time to myself.
Do you know anyone that might be interested?
I dunno. Would you need to have experience?
-No, just half a brain and the ability to smile would do me.
-Are you that desperate?
Well, Scarlett's off, Zinnie's had a face on her all day, Annie's leaving us, apparently,
and Charlie is that mess that you see on the other side
of the bar. So, yeah, desperate is a pretty good description.
-Annie's chucked him?
I didn't expect to see you here.
I thought you'd be too busy with your new business partner.
Why don't you tell him what you've been up to?
You could start with those phone calls you've been making to the council.
He couldn't get his own way so he went behind your back.
What's going on, Gabe? What's she talking about?
Don't be shy.
Look, I wanted it to be a surprise.
-Well, I've been looking into organising a wee five-a-side tournament.
You know, I thought we could do it as a fund raiser for the veterans' charity.
Like I said, I wanted it to be a surprise.
We could get all the boys involved.
Make a day of it. Brilliant.
Let's go round locally, see who else could help out.
-You think you can turn him against me?
-I don't have to try.
I know what this is really about.
-Is that right?
-Please, enlighten me!
I've seen the way you watch us.
You still want me, and it cuts you up that I'm with Leo.
-Is that really what's going on in that daft wee head of yours?
Jo, you are vain and deluded, and definitely no that bright.
You know I walked away in the first place because, frankly, I was bored and embarrassed to be with you.
You're not a kid any more, so do yourself a favour.
Grow up, eh?
Do you think the break up's got anything to do with her not telling him about Sandy?
I don't know. But it's typical.
I find somebody who's not fazed by all my baggage,
and it turns out he's got an ex practically living on my doorstep.
-I've always thought she was a strange one.
-Annie seems all right.
What do we actually know about her?
-Exactly. She talks a lot but says nothing.
She was acting a bit strange today, though, eh?
I reckon there was some mental aspect to the breakdown of the marriage.
I bet she's made that poor man's life hell.
It'll be a laugh. Rolling subs, five minutes until you're tired.
-Sounds great, yeah.
-I'm heading home.
-No, stay for a bit.
-I'm not in the mood.
I'll leave you to it.
-I'm sorry about the holiday stuff earlier.
-No, it was just an idea.
Gabriel wants to expand, I can't take any money out of the business.
I wasn't expecting you to.
I thought you could use your compensation money.
That's what I mean. I can't.
-I put it in the business.
-All of it?
Well, yeah. I had to pay the lease and rent the machines.
And what exactly did Gabriel put in?
Gabriel's going to make a contribution once we start turning a profit.
Well, the way he was playing boss, I thought it was a 50-50 deal.
No, I own 90%.
So he's only got a 10% stake?
Yeah, but we're partners, We run this business together.
Alexander, you have Eileen,
-and I've got my own life.
-You had a beautiful home,
and look at you now.
I know, but...
I needed something different.
Can't you see the pattern here, Annie?
You've messed up again, like you always do.
This is exactly the sort of place that I found you.
Except that you're not a teenager any longer, are you?
Is that what all this is about,
shacking up with some kid, trying to recapture your youth?
Can you possibly understand
how much it hurts me to hear what they've been saying about you?
-What they were probably saying about you the moment you walked out the room. "Desperate Annie."
You're a joke around this place.
I made friends.
No, they tolerate you because they are polite.
Wherever you go, it's always going to be the same story.
You can't help it. Some people aren't meant to be popular.
Some people aren't meant to...
live on their own.
Please, Alex. I know you mean well.
it didn't work when we were together.
Oh, don't be silly.
All marriages go through rocky patches.
I am here to make sure that you're going to be all right.
What about me, Annie?
Did you ever give a thought to how that made me feel, just disappearing like that?
No idea if you were alive or dead.
People asking me where you'd gone, when you were coming back?
-Do you know how that made me feel?
No-one has ever hurt me like that, Annie.
I will never let that happen again.
You look exhausted, sweetheart.
That fall really took it out of you.
Yeah. I took a painkiller earlier.
I should really get some sleep.
I can barely keep my eyes open.
-Can we talk some more in the morning?
-We'll talk at home.
Everything is exactly as it was the day that you left.
You and I both know, Annie, that you just need someone to look after you.
Alex, I can't. Please...
Stop whining, Annie!
Now I'm going to get my stuff from Eileen's.
I don't want to hear a sound.
Right, you boys are going to have a nice, quiet night in.
Zinnie's in charge and we'll be just across the road.
You do not set foot over the door. And bed by 11.00, OK?
-You owe me a tenner.
-It was a fiver.
I added interest.
Here you go, my treat.
-A chick flick?
-Well, it's kind of for Nicole.
Right, I'm going to have a bath. Can you keep an eye on the condemned prisoners?
"An emotional rollercoaster." Brilliant!
Hey. Where are you?
Great. Right, hang on for me. I'll just be a minute. Bye.
-You going out?
How can we be grounded for the foreseeable future?
-What's that even mean?
-It's not like it can get any worse.
I mean, what else can they do to us?
We may as well enjoy ourselves.
You were loved up when you left here?
I know. It was going great, then all of a sudden she says we need to leave tonight.
Wouldn't say why.
Well, maybe now you've both had time to calm down you can sort it out.
Look, I know it's awkward between you and Gabe, but I just wish you'd just get on.
-The thing is...
It doesn't matter.
-No, it's not fair, with you being brothers and business partners.
So? Tell me?
Well, it's just I feel really awkward around him, knowing he's still got a thing for me.
See, this is why I didn't want to say anything.
I mean, it must be weird for him, seeing us together.
He'll get over it.
Listen, I'm really tired.
I'm going to head home, get an early night. Call you tomorrow?
I'll have another.
You've had plenty, son. Go home.
If you care about this girl,
you'd be an idiot not to give it another try..
This could be your last chance.
Good work, Annie.
Don't know why you're bothering, though.
Oh, Charlie. Perfect.
Tell him you're leaving, and you never want to see him again.
'I don't know what's going on,
'but I know that I love you, and I don't want you to go.
'I don't want it to end like this. Whatever it is, whatever's wrong, I know we can work it out together.'
-(You're leaving now.)
It's too late, Charlie.
'No, we'll go wherever you want.
'We can sort this out. I'm coming over.'
You know what I'll do to him.
No! I don't want to speak to you.
I want you to leave me alone.
-Just stay away from me, do you hear?
I never want to ever see you again.
Right. Taxi will be outside by now.
Let's get your stuff.
He sounded so hurt.
I love him, and you just walk in and take him away from me, like you take away everything I love.
Don't you speak to me like that.
-Pick the bag up and let's go.
-Charlie, I need your help.
-When are you going to stop? Leave me alone.
-I was trying to protect you.
-By making me look an idiot?
-That was for my own good, yeah?
-You don't understand.
-No, I don't!
-I don't understand you, and I don't understand this.
-Hey, hey, hey, what's going on here?
-Raymond, I did what you said, gave it one last try,
but she says she doesn't want to see to me ever again.
Stay away from me.
-Annie, leave him. You've messed with his head enough already.
Please, Charlie, you have to listen to me.
-All the things I said to you, I didn't mean it. None of it was true.
-You want to take this outside?
Sandy! What happened?
I went to check that Annie was OK, after her fall today.
-She started saying that we should never have split up.
-Here, let me have a look.
I went to leave.
She just lashed out, hit me with something.
-You did that?
No, it was an accident, I swear!
What is wrong with you?
He's planned all of this.
He's been watching me. The break-in at the flat was him.
Yeah, it's just a small cut, but we should get it cleaned up.
-We should call the police.
-Why are you still protecting her?
-It's not her fault, she doesn't know what she's doing.
-She could have killed you!
-I want to know what's going on.
You don't know what he's capable of.
-Annie, please calm down.
-You don't know what he's like, what he does. None of you!
-Annie, you're not well.
It was always my fault when he hit me, because I made him angry.
-This is fantasy.
-Or because I was stupid and lazy,
or he'd had a bad day, and I should have made more of an effort when he got home!
Annie, please stop this.
This... This wasn't an accident.
This was for spending too long speaking to one of his friends.
Anyone I cared about.
You stole them from me.
You took my whole life.
earlier today. She regularly hurt herself when she wanted attention.
He's lying. Why won't you believe me?
Annie, you need to get help.
No! It's you who needs help.
Every time he hit me, he said if I ran he'd hunt me down and find me.
Do you honestly believe he just happened to show up here by chance?
-Annie, calm down.
-Leave me alone.
This used to happen all the time.
I better go and speak to her, in case she does something stupid.
There's no way all her injuries could have been self-inflicted.
Come here by chance?
go after her. Go!
You don't seriously believe her?
I'm the victim here!
Phone the police then.
Let them look sort it out.
-Didn't think so.
You better go now.
While you've still got the chance.
-Where did you get this?
I said, where did you get this?
What else have you had?
Nothing. Honestly. Just...vodka.
You were supposed to be in charge here.
I was only upstairs, I had no idea.
-Is this your idea of looking after them?
-No. I didn't know.
-We trusted you, Zinnie.
Where were you?
-What's going on?
-You said you'd watch them.
I told you, I was going to see my pal.
-You were in the bathroom.
Did you have your headphones in?
You two, bed now.
And don't think this is the end of it.
I'll deal with you tomorrow.
-Zinnie's not all to blame.
-Leyla, this isn't my fault.
Her parents should know what we're having to deal with.
-What, you want a taxi?
-I'm not after a cab.
I've come with a proposition.
Are you still interested in owning the arcade?
Why would you want to ask me a question like that?
Because, I might be able to help you get it.
You just hate being Mr 10%, don't you? In every way.
So, you're going to talk to Leo for me.
I'll have him come running to you.
Stay out of my life.
-I can't stand being this close to you.
I was wondering where Gabriel was this afternoon.
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