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-I love you!
-Someone who loved me wouldn't have done what you did.
-He's a scumbag.
-It doesn't change the fact he just broke my heart.
-You did that on purpose.
-What? I made your dad perv on me?
Stop talking about him like that.
She didn't want to end up here. It can't be easy for her.
She should've concentrated on passing her exams.
If you ask me, Cambridge got a lucky break.
-You could've just beaten him up.
-Not the way I do things any more.
You're a lightning rod, Zinnie, you know that? You attract trouble.
I'll take those.
No way! No way!
These are for you. Look like junk mail.
Uh-oh. These look like bills.
-Give them over here.
Get off the phone. How many times have I told you?
-I'm waiting for a cheque, from my parents for university.
Oh, I meant to tell you about that.
-They've transferred the money to me.
That doesn't make any sense. Why would they give it to you?
It's for safekeeping. We're talking about a lot of money here.
-How much is it?
-Never you mind.
-Is it like thousands and thousands?
Well, the point is it's mine.
-So if you could transfer it back to me?
-Sorry, I can't do that.
-I'm to give you the money as and when you need it.
-But it's my money.
And I could do without the hassle. You think I'm enjoying this?
-Yes, I do, actually.
Nothing he likes more than laying down the law.
Now I've got to beg for my own money!
-Are you going to go...?
-Right, give me that.
Your phone bill, young lady.
-I've warned you.
-You can't do that.
I have to work hard for everything that goes in there.
-And you squander it.
-Give me back my phone.
Not until you start showing me some good grades. Now get to school.
-Without a phone?
They're all going to laugh at me. "Nicky no phone".
If you spent less time on the phone and more studying
you wouldn't be repeating a year. Now move.
Zinnie's right about you, you know. Always got to be in charge.
No wonder Uncle Leo left without telling us.
Thanks a lot, Zinnie.
Fraser! Wake up!
I'm not having you lying about here all day. Now get up.
-I'm not having you lazing about stinking the place up.
I know you've been through a rough patch, but you need to give yourself a shake,
get a grip, get back to work...
and for Pete's sake, get a wash!
-Are you forgetting what he's been through?
-Oh, come on, Gina.
-You've never had much time for him.
-Yeah, but I hate seeing him so down.
Yeah? Well, he brought it on himself.
You're lucky you still have your son around.
You better watch you don't drive him away.
-I need to get to work.
I won't keep you long. I just...
About earlier this morning, I... I'm so...
I think the word you're looking for is "sorry".
-Yes. I am.
-Can't bring yourself to say it?
Haven't had much practice.
Look, I had no right to speak to you like that
especially not in front of your kids, so I apologise.
-Well, that's something.
-And...for the other day,
making you feel uncomfortable...
-I mean...walking about in a towel!
-I said it's fine.
-I don't know what I was thinking.
Look, are we done here?
Well, actually, no.
The thing is...
-I need you to give me some money.
-I beg your pardon?
I can't move into my halls of residence until my fees are paid.
Then there's books, lab coat, that sort of thing.
You really think you're cut out to be a doctor?
-Well, I've got to do something.
-Medicine is a hard slog.
Yeah, well, I'm really bright,
and a fast learner when I put my mind to it.
Yeah, but you're going to be dealing with people when who are ill.
-Have you thought this through?
-It was the aged parents' idea.
I mean, all that private education.
-I got the grades, they got their money's worth.
Would it be better to lie and pretend I've got a vocation?
-There's nothing else I've got a burning desire to do,
and medicine's really rewarding and very challenging. Just watch.
-I reckon I'll smash it.
-You know, I reckon you just might.
-So what about you?
-I never "smashed" anything. I was one of the plodders.
-I mean, did you have a vocation? Be honest now.
No, not really. I did my training through the Army.
-I think you DO have a vocation, Michael.
Mm-hm. Looking after people. It's what you do best.
So, do you think there's any hope for me?
-We're going into town later on. You up for it?
It's the Pub Quiz Regional Finals in The Tall Ship.
-We're in the team.
-Been genning up.
-Ask us a question.
-Aye. Go on.
Er...I can't think.
OK, erm... In what city are the headquarters of Greenpeace?
-What you laughing at?
-You two! You're like an old married couple.
Hi, Amber. How you doing, all right?
-Yeah. I suppose.
-How's the shop?
Er, it's OK.
Let me get you something with that. A croissant or a bagel or something?
No, no, I'm not very hungry. Thanks.
Amber, a few of us are going out the night, if you fancy coming?
I can't tonight, but erm... thanks anyway.
Check the state of him. What is this, dress down Tuesday?
I hate to see you like this.
-Like you've given up.
Gina, if you're going to give me another lecture...
I'm not, I promise. Sit down.
Look, I know you're heartbroken.
But the thing is - I think she is too.
-Amber, of course.
She looks miserable.
I could hardly get two words out of her.
-You thought about going to see the doctor?
Fraser, you're depressed.
-Well, he might be able to give you something...
Tell you what. I've got a much better idea.
Yeah, just hide out in that flat and feel sorry for yourself,
and then one day Amber'll show up, knocking on your door and begging you to take her back. Yeah?
Yeah... Yeah, no, that's absolutely fine.
Yeah, can that be an immediate transfer?
-That's great. Thank you.
-Could you sign these when you get a moment?
What did Zinnie want?
-You know what she needs, don't you?
-A good kick up the...?
Stimulation. Use that brain of hers.
-What? You see her becoming a doctor?
-I can see her... running the health service.
You've changed your tune.
Maybe I was wrong about her. Maybe all she needs is a bit of support.
Well, here's hoping. Is that all she wanted?
No, she needed money for... fees and things.
Oh, yeah? How much?
You gave £4,000 to Zinnie? Do you think that was wise?
She was going straight to the university to pay her accommodation fees.
-Yeah, via the shops.
-Oh, come on, Leyla.
We need to start trusting her.
DANCE MUSIC ON EARPHONES
Hi. Could you put me through to Admissions, please?
First available, please.
Actually, the doctor's just had a cancellation if you want to see him now.
Yeah... Well, if you could check that out and get back to me as soon as possible, please.
Mr Crozier. How can I help you?
Look, I'm not really sure why I'm here...
It's a bit...
Just take your time.
Listen, sorry... Do you mind if I take this? I'll be as quick as I can.
Hi, thanks for getting back to me.
Well, that can't be right...
Well, would you mind checking again, please?
I'm sorry, I've changed my mind.
-# I know a place...
-# I know a place
# Where the grass is really greener
# Warm, wet and wild There must be somethin'...
Michael! You nearly gave me a heart attack.
-It's all right.
Yeah... Just printing out my book list.
Have you paid your accommodation fees yet?
Yup. All done.
Oh, that's strange.
I've just come off the phone to the university.
They said you don't HAVE a place at the halls of residence, because you've withdrawn from your course.
-You lied to me.
-Look, only because...
You were going to pretend to go to uni and study medicine?!
-I AM going to university.
-Aw, come on!
-Just not to study medicine.
-I'm looking into other courses.
-Oh, like what?
Like...Engineering. Applied Science.
-That's what you were doing just now on the computer?
-So you won't mind if I check then, will you?
-I was just looking.
-You're a liar!
You were one click away from buying a ticket.
And wouldn't you be glad to be shot of me?
That is neither here nor there. You got that money under false pretences.
-So what you going to do? Call the police?
-Hey. Don't push me.
-And accuse me of what?
Go on. I dare you.
All right. I'll call your parents.
No, Michael, please don't do that. I'm sorry.
You're not going to get round me like that.
As far as I'm concerned, you're a thief and a liar.
-Oh, give it a rest, will you?
And you are going to pay back every penny into my account.
Right, OK, I will.
No - talk to the bank.
-OK... I just need a minute.
-Now, I said!
Did you want something?
-Just something for Gina.
Well, she's been really sweet since...
I just want to say thanks - you know, for taking me in...
Well, how much would you like to spend?
Spend...? Oh, right...
I hadn't thought... It doesn't have to be anything big, just...something small.
what about...something like this?
What do you think?
Or a nice necklace...?
-Well, what do YOU think?
-I think...they're all nice.
They're all nice on YOU.
You don't mind me being here, do you?
No. No, I don't.
So...how have you been?
Yeah. Fine. You know.
-Amber, I miss you.
Everything all right, dear?
Yeah. Fraser was just trying to choose something for Gina.
Oh... Maybe I could help?
We were thinking maybe a necklace... or a brooch.
Oh, a brooch, I think, every time,
yes, definitely. Shows real attention to detail.
Good thing I came in here.
OK, well - maybe what about this...?
-What's he doing here?
-Dad, it's all right.
-Don't you "Lenny" me, pal!
You - you stay away from my daughter.
-Best stay out of it, dear.
Fraser, I'm sorry...
-How long have you been there?
-A wee while.
I saw what happened.
-Enjoyed the show, did you?
Deserve everything I get, is that it?
No. No-one deserves to be bullied like that.
Not even you.
Yeah...well, it wasn't nice.
Look at me, I'm still shaking.
How much did you see?
I heard him shouting at you, and calling you a liar. And a thief.
I'm not a thief, Nicole.
I don't know why, but I need you to believe that.
Fancy coming along?
Not really my thing.
Well, look who it is.
The man who masterminded his own downfall.
-Just a fresh orange.
-You had it all, didn't you? Beautiful girlfriend...
-Just get lost, Gabriel, eh?
But you thought you could scam Lenny Murdoch. You?!
Least I didn't end up in a business partnership with him.
Which I then handed to him on a plate.
Oh, by the way - how's Jo?
Oh, look at you.
-You got any new orders lined up?
-Then why don't you...
Murray! I'd like a glass of red wine, please, darlin'.
Did you see Amber?
-I did, yeah.
-Did you go to the shop?
Fraser! It's like getting blood from a stone. How did it go?
Good. She was really nice.
Oh! I knew I was right.
I told her I was miserable without her, and she sort of smiled as if she was sad but pleased at the same time.
And then she was about to say something, but...
-Liz came in.
And spoiled the moment, yeah?
Well, that's not necessarily a bad thing.
You've tested the waters.
You didn't push it.
-You know she's still interested.
-Even if she is there's no point.
Oh, come on...
Her dad saw me in there and tossed me out.
Lenny Murdoch threw you out?
Told me to stay away.
Changes things a bit, doesn't it?
So...you think I've got a chance?
I am so sorry, I didn't realise the time.
Well, I've got all the copies of the invoices here, if you're still available?
Yeah. Erm... I'll be there in half an hour.
That's great, I'll see you then.
Thank you. See you again.
Oh, go on.
Annie and Charlie are coming, and Stella.
I told you. I've already made plans.
You're not serious about this pub quiz?
We've been practising every chance we get. Firing questions at each other.
And we've been watching every quiz show there is on the telly.
-We're addicted to The Weakest Link.
-That is so sad.
You pair. Like a wee married couple.
-Have you been talking to Stella behind my back?
Robbie...I miss you.
-You see me all the time!
-Yeah, in here.
But I miss us hanging out.
Oh, look, it's the friend thief.
You forgot your packed lunch. What's he like?
-It's just cheese and ham. I didn't slice the tomato in case it made the bread soggy.
Hold on. You made his packed lunch?
Aye, I was making mine anyway.
What you doing tonight? You coming to the pub quiz to cheer us on?
Hey - look what I got.
I got four. One for me, you, Malcolm and Liz.
-What do you think?
Try it on.
We're a wee bit busy, the now. Catch up with you later, though?
Aye. OK. Catch you later.
-I love it! You and him in matching hats.
-Leave it out.
-Soon you'll be dressing the same.
Hi, Annie. Can I take your coat?
I didn't think of it as stealing.
Not like...shoplifting, or breaking into a house.
I think that's what gets me the most - him calling me a thief.
He was angry.
My parents, they always just throw money at me and then swan off.
-I knew when I was 12 I was on my own.
Mmm. No big deal.
Boarding school was full of girls like me.
See your dad? He might infuriate you, taking your phone, always on your case...
But at least he cares, at least he's there.
Why do you think I resented you so much?
I've been a total cow to you and your family.
But for what it's worth, Nicole, I am sorry. I really am.
Aye, so it should be a good night.
I could certainly use a night out.
Me too. You can get stuck in a rut, never setting foot out of Shieldinch.
Seeing the same faces, night after night. Isn't that right, Robbie?
-Would you like to try our new conditioner?
You coming out with us tonight?
See if you can talk him into it. I've tried.
-Hiya, Liz, just be with you in a wee second.
-No, you're all right, I was just after a quick word with Robbie.
Now, I'll not keep you, dear, but we were just going to ask
if you and Deek would like to come for supper tonight after the quiz.
-Oh, that's very kind.
-Just something light, you know. Maybe even a wee glass of wine?
Oh, well, thank you very much, Liz. I'll see you both later.
Right. That's lovely. Bye!
You need friends your own age.
Ditch them and come out with us.
-I can't ditch my team.
-You're wasting your breath.
If him and Deek want to hang out with OAPs just leave them.
Well, if it makes them happy.
# When I get older, losing my hair, many years from now
# Da-da-da da-da-da
-# Will you still be sending me a Valentine... #
Right, OK. I give up, I'll come out with you!
You're like a couple of strangled cats.
I know you think we're this great family, but we're not.
How do you think I felt when my mum went to Canada and left me and Conor behind?
Sweetie, I know how you felt.
-But - aren't you lucky you've got such an amazing mother?
You need to stop trying to please your dad and be more like her.
I'm not sure I get what you're trying to say.
He wants you to conform, be what he wants you to be. Doesn't he?
-But your mum, she took off, did what she wanted to do.
You should be proud of her.
Never thought about it like that.
I want to be like her.
-Take off, like she did.
-And go where?
-Have you heard of Voluntary Service Overseas?
-Course I have.
I want to do that for a year.
Just...sort my head out.
-Find out who I am.
-Where are you going to go?
-Just go for a couple of weeks' induction in London, and then fly out wherever they send me.
You should do it when you're older.
-Actually, why wait? Just come and visit me.
-I'd love that...
But my dad would never let me.
Stuff him. I'll send you the money.
Mind you, I'm not going anywhere, am I? Unless I get my money.
So...you really need it?
I can't ask your dad. He thinks I'm a waster.
Tell me about it. He won't even give me my mobile phone.
Here. Have mine.
-Yeah, I'll just buy a cheap one when I'm out there.
Sorry I can't help.
Well, actually...maybe you can.
Yeah, what is it?
I'm at work.
I really don't have time.
Please, Dad. It's really important.
Just five minutes...
Right. Thanks. Bye.
You're a star!
Right, let's go.
Are you coming to the Oyster?
-Not now, OK?
-We're actually doing something.
-I'll see you later.
-So er...run along, why don't you?
We'll see you out.
Come on, cuz. Lets go.
-Did I not make myself clear?
-I just want to talk to her.
What are these for, then?
You can't stop me from seeing her.
-She's no' in. And if she was, you wouldn't get near her.
-Give me it back.
-Are you serious?
-Give me it.
See if you can hear me this time.
Don't put one foot near my daughter, OK...
That's not up to you. It's up to her.
Go near her, I'll break every bone in your body.
You'll never get past me, pal. Never.
The quicker you get it through your thick skull, the better.
Everything all right?
What are you looking at?
-Are you all right?
-I said I'm fine! Just leave it.
KNOCK ON DOOR
This had better be important. I've got paperwork to do.
Thank you for seeing us, Michael.
What's going on?
We just want to talk to you.
-Both of you?
I am really sorry about earlier.
-Sorry you got caught?
-Dad, please listen.
-And now you've hoodwinked Nicole into some crazy idea.
-No, she hasn't. This was my idea.
She's not the only one that's sorry. I am too.
-How do you live with yourself?
Working for a thug like Lenny?
You've got a short memory. Whose idea was it in the first place to open a taxi firm, eh?
If you hadn't nicked it,
I'd be working for myself. No him.
Look, I'm sorry. I wasn't getting at you. It's that wee...
It's like he's taking over.
-When are folk going to wise up?
-And do what, like?
-I don't know. Something. Stop him.
Harder men than you have tried.
But he's a crook. He deserves to be behind bars.
not even McCabe could outsmart Lenny Murdoch.
You see, the thing is I never made Zinnie feel very welcome.
-The opposite, in fact.
-And I was just landed on you.
A total stranger. I was so full of resentment I never even tried.
Neither did I. I know Zinnie's done some dodgy stuff
but that's all to do with not being wanted.
Is that right?
Her parents didn't want her and then I made her feel that we didn't want her either.
I feel really bad about it, Dad.
I just wish we could all start again. Be a proper family.
Things could be so different.
Is that what you want, Zinnie?
Yeah. I'm just sorry that me and Nicole didn't become friends sooner.
OK, cuz. Shall we go?
-Let your dad get on with his work?
-On you go, Zinnie.
I want a word with Nicole.
On you go.
Yes, it's important.
..No, I'd rather come in and see you,
talk about it face to face.
OK. I'll come in just now.
Are you saying you don't want me being friends with her?
She's too old for you. I'd rather you had friends your own age.
Her? She's doing my head in?
-Just because I'm repeating a year.
-She's getting at you?
-What? Calling you names?
She's just never done reminding me. Making me feel stupid.
Now, you listen to me. You are not stupid and don't ever think you are.
You failing last year, that wasn't your fault. It was...
You had a lot to deal with.
And I'm sorry.
-What are you sorry for?
-Not being there for you. Not realising what was going on.
I was trying to hide it.
-You think I'm too hard on you?
I only want what's best for you.
But maybe I don't always go about it the right way.
Maybe I don't appreciate how much you're growing up.
How sensible and responsible you're becoming.
-I'm not a child.
-I know. And I'm going to stop treating you like one.
Right, now. Scram. I've got patients to see.
And here. You'd better take this.
See you later.
-What's going on?
-Tell you later. By the way, I took your advice.
I transferred the money back to Zinnie's parents.
-What do you mean you're pulling out?
-But it's the Regional Final.
And I'm going out with Hayley tonight.
-And what am I supposed to do?
-Find somebody else?
-I don't want somebody else.
-So there's nothing I can say to change your mind?
-Look, it's just one night.
It's not just any night. I've been looking forward to this quiz.
You'll be fine. I'd panic under the pressure. You don't need me.
We were supposed to do this together.
-You know what? I think we do too much together.
-You and me.
It's the same old thing. Day after day.
-And I'm holding you back?
-We're probably holding each other back.
Wait a minute. So this isn't just about the quiz? It's...
this, the flat... you and me?
Look, Deek, I'm sorry. We share a flat but I think we should have our own social lives.
Don't let me stop you.
would you like to tell me why you're here today?
You said you had some information.
-I'm really sorry. I shouldn't have come.
-Regarding Lenny Murdoch?
Can I get you anything?
Just a water.
You've come all this way.
And whatever it is, it's obviously taken a lot of guts.
You have no idea...
Just take your time.
No need to rush.
It's about that day...
The day you arrested McCabe... Mr McCabe...
Making counterfeit money?
You found the plates in his car, right?
The same plates as were used to make the notes.
You see, the thing is...
Look, I made a statement at the time.
-If I change it now, am I going to be in trouble?
-That would depend on the reason.
I was scared.
He threatened me.
Said he'd break every bone in my body.
-Those were his exact words.
-Whose exact words?
Lenny Murdoch intimidated you?
Look, Fraser, if you were intimidated
and you come forward now with information that could help the police, you're not in any trouble.
Far from it.
You have my word.
Now, why was Lenny Murdoch intimidating you?
Because it wasn't McCabe that ran the counterfeit money thing.
It was Lenny.
And you know this how?
He planted the printing plates in McCabe's car.
I saw him do it.
Hey, Fraser, it's me.
I hope everything's going well.
Your dad and I are in the Ship, and we'd love you to join us for a drink.
All right, bye.
-What you looking at?
-I think maybe you were right.
Has anyone round here seen Murray?
I thought Fraser needed a kick up the backside but I think you maybe helped him turn a corner.
You're kind and caring, and I love you.
Indeed we are not!
-We've been let down at the last minute.
-I'm really sorry.
-It's not your fault, son.
-Some people just can't be relied upon.
Robbie's pulled out.
At this late stage.
- With no warning. - Come on, folks.
We're about ready to start.
I can't believe he's left us in the lurch like this.
Tell you what? I could take his place.
-Oh, that'd be great.
Hey you, I thought we were having a quiet drink together.
This is important, Gina.
-You're a good man.
-Here, put this on.
I don't think so. I'll look stupid.
Right, lets get our seats.
Malcolm, you sit there, nearest the quiz master,
so you can hear. I'll sit between you and Liz, keep Liz right.
Deek you sit at the end.
Right, everyone. Settle down please.
Can I have your attention.
Now everyone, welcome to the Regional Final of the Happy Hour Quiz.
On my right we have our very own Shieldinch team.
And on my left our friends from Moss Green.
Now without further ado let's get started.
Excuse me, Raymond. Before we start
can you establish the rules.
"When Murdoch realised I'd witnessed him putting the plates in Mr McCabe's car
"he threatened me with actual bodily harm.
"This is the reason I withheld this information in my original statement.
"I am coming forward now because I can't live with the knowledge
"I'd lied to the police and helped a dangerous criminal escape justice."
Are you fully aware of the implications of this statement?
It's the truth.
If you would just like
to sign at the bottom of the page.
What is it, you forgot your key again?
Feel free to come in.
And your pal.
What is it a social call?
We've received information today.
Can we sit down?
-I can't believe you took my dad's wallet.
-Just taking what's rightfully mine.
-He didn't suspect anything, did he?
-No, that wasn't the plan.
-Are you going now?
-Yeah, going to head off before they get back.
-So he really has no clue?
Nice one, cuz. He totally bought the whole "we're so sorry" act.
That wasn't an act.
No, course not.
Rotten, isn't it? That we're hitting it off just as I'm leaving.
-Have you bought your ticket?
Boarding pass, passport.
-Can I have it back then.
-My dad's wallet.
Shove it behind a cushion. He'll think it slipped out his pocket.
That's my dad's money, you know.
-Your parents' money. He transferred it back to them.
Oh, so what? They'll pay him back.
-How much did you take?
Where you even going to go?
Away from here. Far as I can get.
And what about me?
Look, you'll be fine.
-He won't suspect a thing.
-I mean when do I come out and join you?
Well, it depends where I end up, doesn't it?
But we must do that. We really should.
Oh, I can't go without my hair straighteners.
-Nicole and Zinnie? Friends?
-You know what this means, don't you?
-We might start getting some peace?
-What you looking for?
You know what, I left it on my desk.
I'll be back in a minute.
Right, folks, it's very close.
We've got Moss Green on eight.
Shieldinch on seven.
So, now's your time to catch up, Shieldinch.
What is the largest man-eating mammal in the world?
-Is the wrong answer.
-A polar bear.
Good man, Deek.
Who holds the record as being Britain's youngest ever Formula 1 driver?
I'm sorry, about earlier.
OK. Who are we waiting for?
Just Stella. She'll be here soon.
I am so looking forward to this.
Listen to him. I had to practically force him.
Aye, but I'm here now and I'm raring to go.
I couldnae tell you the last time I had a night out in the town.
A night in the town? I don't think so.
I thought we could check out that new pub. Grab a bite to eat.
Then go clubbing. I know this place on West Regent Street.
-I'll come for the meal then I'm bailing out.
-Listen to these two.
-Like an old married couple.
-Eh, pot - kettle.
-Not any more. Thank you to my saviour here.
I am back. And I hope Glasgow is ready for me because I am so ready for what it has to offer.
-In fact "ready" isn't the word. "Ready" doesn't even cover it. It's a bit more...
Actually maybe a bit desperate.
-It's been that long. Hayley, if I pull tonight, can I bring him back to yours?
If he pulls. Yeah, right.
Right, that's it. I'm not talking to any of you.
MOBILE PHONE ALERT
That's Stella, she'll be five minutes.
-I'm really glad you're coming out with us. Are you not?
OK, here is your bonus question.
In what year did Italy join the Second World War?
Is the wrong answer, I'm afraid Malcolm. It was 1940.
I could've told you that.
Right, that's us at the halfway point
and the Moss Green are leading Shieldinch 16 points to 14.
So, I suggest we have a wee ten-minute break, eh?
-Any of you guys want a drink?
-Don't jump in unless you're sure of the answer.
-I was sure I was right.
Dad, you're doing really well.
-We're two points behind now.
Hey, you don't have to apologise. It's supposed to be a game.
No point in playing unless we want to win. Come on, we've got to raise our game.
Will you come and have a drink.
Gina, can you give us a bit of privacy, we're trying to talk tactics here.
I'll be back in five minutes. I need some fresh air.
And I need to powder my nose.
And I want a break as well.
It was definitely on my desk.
You didn't move it, did you?
Me? Why would I move your wallet?
Can I get a glass of Merlot and a bottle of beer?
-Are you going somewhere?
-Oh, boy, you stink.
That's one thing I won't miss.
Although, come to think of it, I won't miss anything.
But you'll miss me though, won't you?
I'm kidding. I am SO out of here.
When you coming back?
Let me see, with any luck, never.
Where is my taxi?
-My dad can give you a lift.
No, he's too busy at work.
Anyway, I hate goodbyes.
So, none here, OK, unless you want me slobbering all over you?
So, why don't you go upstairs and do whatever it is you do for hours on end up there.
I ordered a taxi.
13 Montego Street.
It should be here by now.
-A taxi's just as cheap.
Oh, come on. Rush hour. In my good shirt?
-Taxi, taxi, taxi!
Just ignore him. He's trying to guilt-trip you. Sad little man.
-There's Deek. Should we ask him to come?
Probably couldn't tear him away from his team-mates anyway.
-Hayles, I'm sorry.
-I'm not coming.
-I've got room in my life for more than one pal. So have you.
I love you.
Go on then!
You guys have a great night.
OK, people, welcome back for the second half.
The scores stand at Moss Green 16.
And here is your first question.
In what European city are the headquarters of Greenpeace?
-No shouting out, please.
Hold on. I'm on the team.
-Isn't that right, Deek?
That'll be against the rules. You're not going to allow this?
I think I will.
Thanks for keeping my seat warm.
Hey, Liz, have you got a wee red hat for me?
OK. The correct answer is Amsterdam.
Can we go?
Is it over?
-Why don't you grab a glass, Dad.
-I think I need something stronger.
Let me get it, large malt?
LAUGHTER AND CHEERING How did you know that?! >
Come on, show me.
-For the last time I did not move your wallet.
-Well, where is it then?
It was definitely on my desk this morning...
-You think she'll like it?
-Fraser, can I have a word please?
-I don't want a scene.
-Hey, what's going on?
-Sorry about this.
-Just take the ring back to the shop.
Give me my money and my wallet back and we'll say no more about it.
-It was on my desk.
This morning, you were in my office, on your own, and now you're...
-What? Splashing your cash on drinks and diamond rings?
-Wait a minute.
Are you accusing him of stealing?!
-Stay out of this, Gina.
-No, I will not.
-It's nothing to do with you.
-Yes, it has!
I gave him the money.
-I gave him the money for the drinks and the ring.
I'm really sorry.
I'm sorry. I need to go.
I can't apologise enough.
Who does he think he is?!
I know, I should have told you... I'm sorry...
-So what do you do now?
What took you so long? >
-Hold it! Get out!
-You're not going anywhere.
-I said get out.
-I won't. You can't make me.
What's going on here?
Been nothing but trouble since you got here! Back in the house.
Get back! Get back!
Hey! What about your case?
-Get in there!
I have never been so humiliated.
-Brawling in the street. People watching!
-Now I said.
Just go. Go.
-Are you going to tell her?
Or will I?
I don't even want to hear his name!
That's tough, because he's been an important part of my life.
-I'm warning you, lady.
-You don't even get to warn me.
Those days are over!
All right, all right...
I'm asking you.
Look, can we put all this behind us? It's exhausting.
-Where you going?
Got things to do.
Give it back!
Give me back my money. Now!
So are you going to call the police this time?
No, I don't think that'll be necessary.
Cos if you don't I will.
For goodness' sake, Zinnie, don't make this any worse.
-I'll tell them that your precious daughter was in on it.
-Enough! No more lies!
-She kept him talking, she watched while I took the wallet.
Nicole told me everything.
How she wanted to run away with me?
How she practically begged me to take her with me.
-Stop this. Stop it now.
-It's true. She's desperate to get away. She hates you. Both of you.
-No, I don't.
-Look who it is, the little traitor.
-I don't hate you, Dad.
-I know you don't.
-Or you, Leyla.
-It's OK, sweetheart.
-It's not your fault.
-So, it's all mine, is it?
Yeah, it is.
Nicole's an impressionable young girl and you took advantage.
Oh, that old chestnut. Is that what you said when she threw herself at that politician guy?
-Get out, now!
-No, Michael, no.
You're right. I'm sorry.
You know, the difference between you and Nicole?
Nicole knows she's loved.
Look, Leyla, I know I went a bit far this time but if you'd just give me a chance.
I'm sorry for you, Zinnie.
I really am.
I can't support you any more.
You've got one week to find another place to live.
Fraser, a word.
Plates planted in the car?
Ring any bells?
No, I don't know what you're on about.
Police think I was involved. Somebody tipped them off.
I don't know what you're on about.
There's only one person I know stupid enough to pull a stunt like this
and you know what, I'm looking at him.
You didn't think I had it in me, did you?
I hope they put you away for a very long time.
Don't you worry about me, son,
I'm going nowhere.
I've walked away from a lot worse, than this before. But you?
You've no idea.
You don't know what you've done with your pack of lies.
Well, I hope you know how to pray.
You try and make yourself a few quid out of this, I'm going to forget
I'm a law-abiding citizen just long enough to put you in the graveyard.
Lenny Murdoch running scared.
I was thinking he'd send you back with your thumbs missing to prove a point.
What is it?
You'll be looking over your shoulder for the rest of your life.
I'm talking about witness relocation.
-Come with me..
-That's not much of an offer.
It's the only one I've got!
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