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Right. Move, Fraser.
No, Fraser! Fraser!
Get off me!
Stop it! Get off me!
Not a good day to not be at the top of your game.
Lock it, I said!
We need to help him, come on!
You phone an ambulance, the police are going to turn up as well.
I'm not going to let you take the rap for this.
-I have to. Dad! I have to!
I'll deal with it, OK?
I'll clean up, I'll get rid of the body.
We carry on as normal. Nobody need be any the wiser.
I killed someone.
You did humanity a service.
He was scum.
World's a better place without him.
-I can't do this.
-Course you can.
That was a good thing you done there, OK?
It was a brave thing.
You think calling the cops is going to make any difference? He's dead.
You call the cops, you may as well wave goodbye to your old man right now.
You can do this.
Right, you need to get back, you need to get a shirt and freshen up.
And you can still catch that flight.
-What? You're joking.
-I want you as far away from here as possible.
-Not without you.
-We can argue about that later, OK?
Right now, you need to get cleaned up. You. You take her and make sure she's OK.
Why would I go with him?
Do it, all right?
What are you going to do?
I'm going to stay here, clear up the body.
Get rid of it.
You can't do that on your own.
No, Mr Fix-It there, he's going to come back and help me, eh?
Hey. You can't go out like that. There's blood on it. Take it off, I'll get rid of it.
Come on, darling.
Get a hold of yourself, eh?
Where's that girl that just saved her dad's life?
Remember who you are.
You can do this.
You know you can.
-I spoke to your dad this morning, about your shop.
You didn't report the fact it had been vandalised.
Oh. Didn't see the point.
Nothing to do with your dad and Thomas McCabe?
No, not at all.
Where is your dad?
Making my dinner, I hope.
He's probably just got his feet up watching the news.
Funny time for the arcade to be closed.
-I think it's some electrical problem.
I would tell you if there was...
-Why wouldn't I?
Well... Let me know if there are any other problems.
That's what we're here for.
Don't draw attention to us.
if we're going through with this, we've got to keep steady. Right?
That's a bit of a girlie case for you, isn't it?
Ha ha, very funny. It's Amber's.
What, you nicked it?
Looking after it.
We're running off together.
You know, when I came here...
first day, in fact,
I saw Amber and I thought, "Nice."
You know, I always thought me and her would end up together.
Fraser beat you to it, did he?
What was that all about?
I thought she'd be after someone with a bit of dosh.
You know, I've got a bit of charm, but not much in the coffers.
And then she ends up running away with that wee weed?
But then again, I suppose Jo was in the frame.
-I thought you were heartbroken about that.
-Turns out I'm not.
So I'm available, and now Amber's ditched him...
looks like it's meant to be.
Eh, well she's got me looking after her case hasn't she?
Yeah. That's a well known come-on, that.
Especially when you're jet off thousands of miles away.
I'm telling you. Me and Amber?
-What if he goes to the arcade?
-Then Dad'll deal with him.
There's someone up there...
Hey, you two...
how come you've locked the door?
Dad phoned you? I didn't even know you were speaking.
Well, he said you needed me.
I don't understand. We were going away together.
-What exactly did he say?
-That I was needed here.
Well, that you were going to need me.
What's that on your top?
-Your father? Is he...
What's he done?
It's what I'VE done, Mum.
I shot someone.
I killed Tommy McCabe.
They've probably gone for a walk, or to the shops.
He should have phoned me! He should've left a message!
-He's trying to spend time with his daughter.
-He's taken her. I know it, Gina!
I should never have left him alone with her!
I'm going to check the lock ups... you go and check round the subway.
Madonna, sweetheart. Oh, darling!
-Where's your daddy?
-We found her on the street.
What? Where's Jimmy?
We didn't see him.
He...! Darling, are you all right?
What's going on?!
Aye, he just let her go walk off!
No, Gina, it's worse than him abducting her! This is neglect!
-Anything could have happened!
-KNOCK ON DOOR
Hold on, that's the door. See, if it's Jimmy, I'm going to kill him. I'll call you back.
Oh, just come in, why don't you?
Jimmy doesn't live here any more. I thought you knew that.
It's not him I'm here to see.
So let me get this straight. You owed McCabe money because of him.
I didn't know who McCabe was. I thought he wanted to invest in my business.
Did he know you and Amber were an item?
I don't know. I suppose so, yeah.
How did you end up working for him in the first place?
He was using my van, that's all.
It was Jimmy Mullen's fault.
-He was supposed to do the delivery and...
-Fraser ended up dumping it.
Mum, this isn't actually helping...
Look, I'm just trying to find out how this imbecile put you in such a position that you...
So what role did your father play in all of this?
-He came back to help.
He got McCabe off our backs and he got him put away.
But the charges... well, they wouldn't stick.
So he got out and came looking for Dad.
So, how did you come to shoot him?
Dad dropped his gun.
Look, McCabe was going to kill him.
Since when has your dad needed his daughter to protect him?
Fraser, I think you should go now.
And don't even think about doing a runner.
My dad needs your help and you owe him that at least.
Now don't let me down.
You're sending him to help your dad?
Amber, I don't understand what's going on here.
If there's one thing your father's good at,
it's looking after number one.
How dare he involve you in this?
How could he let this happen?
Because he's ill, Mum.
What, panic attacks again?
He's got MS.
I'd make you a cup of tea...
-That would be great.
-But you'll not be staying long.
Mrs Mullen, I appreciate you and Jimmy are estranged at the moment.
No just at the moment. Permanently.
So I don't know why you're here.
I want Jimmy to testify against McCabe.
That's got nothing to do with me.
Well, it has.
Because we want him to go on the Witness protection programme.
-I can't help feeling Jimmy's dragging his feet
cos he doesn't want to be separated from you and his daughter.
Well, he already is. So he can go.
If that's how you feel, maybe you can persuade him to testify and go on the programme.
You're confusing me with somebody who gives a monkeys.
Mrs Mullen... Scarlett...
See, while we're at it.
My name isn't Mullen.
-I want that on record.
-Don't you want to see McCabe put away?
I'm just not getting through to you, am I? I don't want any part of this.
What Jimmy Mullen does is up to him.
Now, it's been lovely chatting with you, but I've got a life to be getting on with.
I'm with her now, yeah. Yeah.
I'm afraid I've got some bad news.
Jimmy's been taken to hospital.
I don't believe you. Are you not going to get in trouble for this?
Misleading me to get what you want?
-I'm not making this up.
-Of course you're not(!)
-What you trying to do? Shock me into my senses?
I can take you there now, if you like.
See, even if he has been got at, he brought it on himself.
He should never have got involved with that man in the first place.
You lie down with pigs, you come up smelling of pigs.
And you can take that any way you want.
The usual, Raymond.
Charlie, sort that out, would you?
Aren't you working tonight?
No. Lenny wants the place to himself.
-It's none of our business, son. Only...
Only if you're dealing with a man like Lenny Murdoch,
best you keep an eye on what he's up to.
So, that's your decision, Gabriel.
Well, he's the major shareholder, he kind of calls the shots.
Yeah, but do you not at least want to have some idea
of what's going on there?
I'm kind of busy with something.
Ah, come on, Malcolm.
We'll sit over there.
What's their problem?
Oh, I don't know, Gabriel(!)
I just can't think(!)
Could it be the fact that you've gone into business with the man who murdered Liz's son?
No. Can't be that(!)
What do they expect me to do?
Walk away? Spy on his every move?
As far as I can see he's keeping everything kosher.
And if he's not...
he's keeping it well hidden from me.
What you don't know won't incriminate you.
Besides, it wouldn't do to rattle Lenny Murdoch.
Are you going to give me a hand here or what?
Hey, you need to get a grip.
We're going to have to get rid of that body.
Look, at least start clearing up, eh?
There's a bucket over there.
Go on, go on.
Jeez, get on with it.
Do you not have any balls?
Seriously. I just can't.
Do you not have people that... do this sort of stuff for you?
You're neither use nor ornament, are you?
I'll never understand what she's seen in you.
-Is there anybody in there?
Maybe we should...
What if he gets the police?
Look, I know someone's there. Open up.
Everything all right?
McCabe's still around here somewhere.
I know it.
Scarlett's having a wee clear out of Jimmy's things.
Oh, here, Scarlett, you missed that spoon.
I think he licked it once.
-It's bad enough having a family that are stupid and irresponsible.
I'm talking about her and Theresa.
Course, I had to pick the biggest loser, didn't I?
Every vow, every promise that man made meant nothing to him.
I thought we wanted the same things.
To be able to hold our heads up high
-and fight against what we'd done in the past.
-Come on, Scarlett,
he never meant to let you down, you must know that.
But he did. Worse, he let me and Madonna down.
And that I can't forgive.
Parents should protect their weans, not put them at risk.
Isn't he getting treatment?
I told you, he didn't go into it.
So are you sure he's telling the truth?
I had to force him to tell me.
What about the time he had those panic attacks?
We were frightened it was serious and then it was nothing.
-I don't even know why you're questioning it.
-I know your father.
He'd do anything to manipulate a situation to his own advantage.
To his advantage?
You really think that him saying he's got MS is going to help him?
It might make you feel different about him.
Mum. He tried to get me away so he could deal with McCabe on his own.
-I guessed something was up.
Look, I went to the arcade and I saw him trying to defend himself.
McCabe was going to kill him. And Dad couldn't do anything.
I saw the gun and I just did it by instinct.
How could he let this happen?
How could YOU?
You left me to cope on my own for two years.
Look, I know I've got to make things up to you. But I'm here now.
Bit late now, isn't it, Mum?
Amber, I can't even imagine how you must be feeling.
I feel fine.
-This is your mother you're talking to.
You think that I feel bad about killing McCabe, because I don't?
I reckon the world's a better place without scum like him.
You said you'd booked a flight.
Yeah, for me and Dad.
Well, he's... Well, he's getting rid of all the evidence.
You didn't think that I was going to run off into the sunset
and leave him to sort my mess out?
I'm sure your father wants you away from here.
Are you even listening to what I've been telling you?
I have to help him. I'm all he's got.
He needs someone around that he can trust.
Someone who won't take advantage when he's not feeling well.
His own flesh and blood.
What if we all went?
You don't really mean that.
You didn't even want him when he was well.
-Now he's sick.
-That's all the more reason.
It's a chance for a new start for all of us.
Look, I know,
I know I need to make it up to you.
If helping your dad is part of that, then I'll do it.
You seriously mean that you would come away with me and Dad?
Make a go of it, the three of us?
Together? As a family?
What about your new life, Mum?
The one where me and Dad don't even exist.
It wasn't a new life.
It was half a life.
I need this as much as you do.
Are you feeling any better?
Sorry for throwing a benny.
Just when I was coming round to his point of view he goes and does something like this!
When you think about it, Scarlett, it's not really like him.
When I first met Jimmy, he was dodgy.
Bit of ducking and diving, anything for a bit of easy cash.
Maybe it was us. Maybe it was this marriage that was the blip.
Cos he's gone back to his old ways.
I don't believe that for a second.
And anyway, when I first met you,
you were selling dodgy DVDs from the back of a van.
Aye, all right, Gina.
-C'mon, Scarlett, just listen to me for a minute, eh?
It's the hospital.
You know, the more people get involved in this,
the greater chance we have of getting caught.
Yeah, it's Lenny here.
Listen, I need a job done.
You know that arcade down Montego Street?
That's the one.
I'm not even part of this.
Look, I shouldn't be involved.
Don't underestimate me, son.
I might not be firing on all cylinders right now, but I'm still ten times the man you are.
And remember, you played a major part in this.
You're lucky you're not joining him on his last journey.
He's got the police. I knew it.
Dad, it's me. And Mum.
I need you to get her away from here.
Sorry, the door was open.
-I'm not interrupting anything, am I?
-I dunno. Door locked, night off,
told him not to come back. What do you think?
-I don't think we've been introduced.
-Why don't you just...
Aw. A wee family do, is it?
Now I can see where Amber gets her good looks from.
What is it you want, son?
Amber, she left her case.
Didn't want her turning up at the airport without her bikini.
-I don't see it.
-It's back at the pub.
I'll come and get it.
-You can buy me a drink.
Very nice to meet you, Amber's mum.
-I'll see you back at the pub.
-When everything's sorted.
Don't let him out of your sight till it is.
She says she won't go.
-Not without you.
-Yeah, well, that's why you're here, isn't it?
-To persuade her.
Isn't there anywhere else we can go? I don't want to talk in here.
-Hey, what about me?
-What about you? You've got to stay here.
There's a couple of boys coming round. You need to let them in.
-No... I can't...
-Just grow a pair, will you?
There you go. You're not going away far, are you?
Just a holiday.
Right. Are you going to tell me what's going on at the arcade?
And here I was thinking it was me you were interested in.
As a matter of fact, I was just talking to Raymond
about my first day here and how I met you.
I always thought there was a wee spark between us.
But I thought to myself, you know, take things slow,
but what do you do, you end up going away with that wee nyaff Fraser.
But I always fancied you, Amber.
Do you want to come back to mine?
Let's go back to mine.
-Do you not want to?
Two years I've watched her with the worst men.
What's wrong with me?
I'm waiting for you to explain how our daughter came to kill a man.
She saved my life. The money's kosher in case you're wondering.
-So why did she have to?
-McCabe caught me unawares.
I thought he was still in the jail.
-I was lucky Amber came in.
Don't think I'm not sick to my stomach about this.
This isn't what I wanted for my wee girl. I tried my best.
I hear it's the boyfriend of hers that caused the problem.
-Much as you'd like to blame me.
Look, I think we both have to take responsibility for what we've brought our daughter to.
Listen, you get her on that plane.
-I'll do the rest.
-She won't leave without you.
-Well, she's going to have to.
Amber told me about the MS.
-You know something, that makes no difference to anything.
Well, it does to Amber.
The only way she's going to leave Glasgow is if she knows you're coming too.
Yeah. I can just see us three playing happy families.
I can if you can.
I think we owe it to her.
Let me get this straight.
You, me and Amber going away together?
Don't give me your pity.
-This is for Amber.
-And what about us?
We take things a day at a time.
HEART MONITOR BLEEPS
You're his wife?
He has a small puncture in his lung.
He's lucky the knife didn't hit his heart.
He seems stable, so we're pretty confident we're out of the woods.
You thought McCabe getting you was going to give me a change of heart?
You brought McCabe back into our lives.
You put yourself in a position where he was going to come after you.
You put Madonna in danger,
and for that I can never forgive you.
You're a waste of space, Jimmy Mullen,
-a waste of space.
-HEART MONITOR BLEEPS FASTER
And I'm not wasting any more time on you.
Mrs Mullen, if you'd just like to wait in the corridor, give the doctor a few minutes?
It wasn't my fault, was it?
No. It's probably a result of the broken ribs,
but he does have a clot on the lung.
We're doing our best.
-Hey, hey, hey.
Why don't we get inside, get a drink or something?
Come on, you're not here to chat, are you?
Hey, hey. What are you playing at, Amber?
What does it look like?
Look, I know what you're doing. You're trying to keep me busy
so I don't ask too many awkward questions about what's going on at the arcade.
That's why me and you are here, isn't it?
Are you complaining?
I know there's something going down with your dad.
And I know you couldn't get out the pub quick enough when you clocked the police.
Just out of interest...
..how far are you willing to go?
For me to play stupid for your dad.
Let's go to bed.
-Look, I just had an idea in my head about you and me.
-How it would be between us.
-What do you want?
To find out about my dad.
To find out about you.
Then come to bed, then.
-If I thought for one minute that you really wanted me...
You know, I know when a woman wants me and when she doesn't.
I thought a pulse was the only requirement.
And you give your body away just like that.
For what, Amber?
It's a bit rich, getting a moral lecture from you.
What happened to you? I always thought you were a class act.
Clever. Bit of attitude. But sweet.
But I don't recognise this person standing in front of me.
I'm a survivor.
And I suppose you're here with the best of motives?
Hmm? What, to get one up on Fraser?
Another notch on your bedpost?
Or just a fact-finding mission on what my dad's doing?
I'm here because I thought you were...
MUSIC: "Theme of Rome" by Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi
DOOR OPENS THEN CLOSES
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
I've got to take this.
You sort it?
What do you mean, you cannae get in? I left somebody in there.
I need to deal with this.
You'll be OK?
David? Hi, sweetheart, it's me.
I'm sorry, it's the first chance I've had.
Look, I think things are going to take a bit longer than I thought.
Bear with me, darling, would you?
Yeah, I'll be home as soon as I can.
I know. I love you too.
Look, I'm sorry if you don't think I'm policing Lenny Murdoch enough.
I know after everything that's happened, that,
well, you'd be a bit sensitive about him.
I went round there.
Everything seemed fine.
In face there was a bit of a family reunion going on.
-Lenny's wife was there.
Do you hear that, Malcolm?
-Lydia is here,
and seeing Lenny.
Is Amber all right?
Lydia in the same vicinity as Lenny, never mind the same room?
-Something is up.
-She didn't come back when there was all that trouble with the boyfriend Lee, did she?
Have you really no idea, Gabriel?
Look, he does his thing. I do mine.
It's none of my business.
What kind of person am I?
Listen to me.
We're not bad people.
We just...got things wrong.
I'm sure that argument will stand up in court(!)
Let's go away together.
What about my mum and dad?
They left you to take care of things.
Yeah, but we were going away together. The three of us.
Oh, Amber, seriously. Let's just go.
You and me. A fresh start.
Say you told me to come over. Don't let him think I ran away.
I couldn't stay there. Not with the body just lying there.
Amber, I couldn't.
It was freaking me out, him just lying there.
All that blood.
Not even for my sake?
So you coming here
wasn't because you were worried about me and Gabriel,
-it was just an excuse to get away.
-Look, I'm not your dad.
I'm not cut out for this life. I've not got the stomach for it. Neither do you.
I had the stomach for it an hour ago.
-Or did you forget that?
-That's what I'm saying.
-We need to get away from everything that's happened.
-And leave my dad to cope?
-And he will.
It's your mess that he came to clean up, Fraser.
Go on, get out.
-Have you forgotten how all this started?
And I end up killing a man.
It's not my fault.
Things got out of control.
Do you know, I actually used to think your dad was so unfair on you.
But he's right, isn't he?
You can never take responsibility for anything, can you?
All you know is running away.
So run. Go while you still can.
Sweetheart, if we get a taxi now we'll make that flight.
-Your dad'll meet us at the airport.
He's keen for us to get away as soon as we can. No point us all hanging around.
I wanted us to go together.
You can't want to be involved in what he's got to do now.
Look, I'll go and freshen up.
You go get your stuff together.
TEXT MESSAGE ALERT BLEEPS
MUSIC: "Trans Fatty Acid" by Lamb
# No-one said it would be easy
# Did anyone tell you
# The road would be straight and long?
# Relax you mind
# And give it all to me
# Cos you know and I know
# Our love is strong... #
What you doing back?
-I came back to help.
-You should be far away from here by now.
We're all going away. Remember?
Where's your mother?
She's on her way. I said that we'd leave together.
Yeah, OK, just wait here for her, all right.
Are you glad about Mum?
-Look, I owe you an apology.
What's wrong, Amber? What happened up there?
-I said forget it.
Look, maybe I got it wrong about me and you,
but I can still be your mate.
Look, whatever it is that's going on,
maybe I can help.
What's your dad done, Amber?
-You really want to help?
Then just walk away.
Don't get involved with me,
-with Dad, anything.
-I'm a big boy, I can handle it.
Please, Gabriel. If you ever really cared about me...
..just leave me alone, OK.
She won't listen to me.
-Get away, both of you. I don't want to hear it.
I've been so angry at the world.
Angry at that cancer,
angry at my body for letting me down,
for not letting me have another wean.
And when Jimmy...
-Listen to me.
-I always expected him to forgive me.
I couldn't forgive him,
I couldn't let myself,
I couldn't let myself know that...
..what I put him through by being so sick,
that's what drove him to McCabe in the first place.
Scarlett, he's all right.
-You can still tell him, it's not too late.
-Don't lie to me, Gina.
I'm not lying to you.
He's still very sick. But you could be with him, you know?
Tell him what you need to.
Look after this.
Him and Madonna made it. Take care of it.
I'll get this ironed. Make it good.
-I need to get back to him.
-We'll get a taxi, then.
Scarlett! Is this what you were looking for?
Open up, Fraser.
I know you're in there.
KNOCKING BECOMES HARDER
Open the door!
Gabriel, I didn't know anything...
-What's going on at the arcade?
-I don't know.
I saw you in there with the rest of them. Trembling in the corner.
I know they're hiding something in there.
It's Tommy McCabe.
-What about him?
His body's in the arcade.
Yeah, I've got a motor. Well, get a move on then, will you?!
-I want to get out of here.
-Everything's going to be OK. We're going to get this sorted.
Are you OK?
She will be. As soon as we get out of here.
-The three of us?
You, me, Mum?
You'll say anything to get me out of this, wouldn't you?
Agree to anything.
You'd no intention of us being a family again.
She's got a boyfriend.
-Hey, what you doing?
-Phoning the police.
Are you nuts? Come on, back me up here.
I just wanted to get you away from all of this.
So you lied to Dad
-and you lied to me.
-Darling, it doesn't matter.
And you lied too.
You weren't going to take the blame for McCabe's death at all,
You took the gun and put it in Fraser's jacket.
-The jacket I found in the van that McCabe's body
-was going to get found in.
-I was getting it dumped.
You don't want to be doing that.
-Leave her alone. This is her decision.
-Give me the phone.
And what part did you play in all this?
-I'd like to say that giving you a right good kicking would give me no pleasure, but...
-I was kind of working for him.
-You? Working for McCabe?
Doing what? Arranging his soaps?
-It was Jimmy Mullen's fault. He was supposed to...
-Get to the point.
How did Amber get involved?
She found out I owed McCabe money.
Oh, right. And got Daddy in to save your ass.
Look, we wouldn't be standing here
if it wasn't for Fraser's stupidity, would we?
I mean, come on, you've got to admit that.
He set me up.
He let McCabe play him like a flute,
and he would have stood by and watch him kill me.
He's let you down, darling.
He took your money. He told me he damn near killed Jimmy's wean.
You cannae let him get away with doing that to you.
Amber, for all he's stupid,
he's a very dangerous boy.
He's a loose cannon, and he's bringing us all down.
Don't let him.
Don't let him get off scot-free.
So what, McCabe comes after Lenny, and Lenny kills him?
So Amber's covering for her dad.
-Putting herself on the line for him.
Why? Because of her no-good sleaze of a boyfriend.
Have you any idea what she was willing to do
to cover for you and her dad?
I saw you on the stairs, remember?
She's not doing it for Lenny.
Lenny didn't shoot McCabe.
What? You did it?
It was Amber.
Amber shot McCabe.
Police. Open up.
It's not too late. Just keep your head and let me do the talking.
Open the door, Mum.
Look, if you love me, take my lead, OK?
In the office.
There's a body in there.
It's Tommy McCabe.
I shot him.
Please come back to me.
I'll do anything.
Oh, my God,
I love thee above all things,
with my whole heart and soul,
because thou art all good
and worthy of all love.
I forgive all who have injured me,
and ask pardon of all whom I have injured.
Don't ever expect me to look the other way again.
You got that?
You can make this stop, Amber. You're covering for your dad.
You wouldn't know what was right if it slapped you in the face.
I know one thing, I'd be dead if it wasn't for my daughter.
-I don't want to be involved in this.
You're the one that got the bam out.
Lenny's got MS. It's made him weaker, but he's crazier than ever.
-He's determined to take the blame.
-Just leave this to me,
I'll sort it out. Trust me.
But it's not what I'm wanting.
Why can't you understand that?
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