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-I was sort of hoping that we could pick up from where we left off.
I'm sorry, Ma,
but Callum's grandfather is Lenny Murdoch.
Hey, don't believe a word she says, OK?
I killed McCabe. Fraser Crozier'll tell you the same thing.
-You've got to believe me.
Just a pity you programmed her to pull the trigger.
We're transferring you to holding cells for court on Monday.
-Listen, you've got to tell me what's going on here.
-They won't let me sleep.
Amber, just give me their names, then...
Well, we might be able to put a stop to it.
You don't need to worry about that.
They said they're going to kill me.
Come on. Callum, come on.
You're a big boy. I'm not going to carry you.
What are you like?
I... I didn't see you there.
-They did what?!
-They threatened her life.
Nobody's actually harmed her, physically at least.
I thought I'd better let you know in person.
But you can't tell Amber you got this from me, I promised her.
Who's doing this?
I'd guess they're connected to the McCabes.
Oh, you think so, do you? I want names!
She wouldn't tell me.
Maybe you could try talking to her.
I cannae change her mind. She'll just dig her heels in.
We've got to get her out of there.
-Lenny, I can't think of any other way to put this. As things stand...
-We need to do something.
With Amber's testimony backed up by Fraser's, on top of the ballistics,
well, it's pretty open and shut.
I pay you for solutions, not problems!
Look, I don't know, if you could get Fraser to change his statement,
that'd give us a bit of room to manoeuvre at least.
Listen, Fraser's got to change his story.
I don't think that's going to happen.
I'm going to stand up in court and say it was me shot McCabe.
I'll do the time so that Amber doesn't need to,
-but it doesn't matter what I say if Fraser sticks to the same story.
-You mean the truth?
Is that what you want for your boy?
The only time he sees Amber is across a table in the jail?
Worrying about her every night? Watching that place chip away at her.
You and me both know, she doesn't deserve to be in there.
She's 21 years of age.
She shouldn't lose this part of her life, and neither should Fraser.
Fraser's made a few mistakes in his life.
Usually he always takes the easy way out of any situation,
but this time's different.
I've got to say I'm proud of him for that.
By letting his girlfriend rot in jail? Aye, he's a hero.
-He's made his decision, they both have.
-Yeah, well it's the wrong decision.
I'm sorry. If there's nothing else...
I don't want any trouble.
Too late for that.
-Oh, Kelly-Marie, hello.
And how are you, young man?
He's just a bit shy.
Well, I suppose, Glasgow must seem very different from Peru.
-So when is Michael going to be joining you here?
Leave the poor girl in peace.
So you're no longer together then, as such?
-Don't pay her any mind.
-Come on, you two. You're holding up breakfast.
-You get worse with age.
Just ignore them - they'll find somebody else, pair of gossips.
You've nothing to be ashamed of. These things happen.
-The most important thing is you're back among your family where you belong.
Adeeb, get a move on. Or we're going without you.
-All right, Conor?
How are you, Nicole?
What's the matter? You been struck dumb?
Oh, I forgot - you're pretty dumb already.
-That's why they kept you back a year, eh?
-Get out of my face.
Or was it just so you could be in class with me?
Yeah, that's what it was. I wanted to be in a year with
-freaks like you.
-So you don't want to go out with me?
If I ever get that desperate, I'll kill myself.
-Touch me again and I'll break your face!
-Has she always been a numpty?
Your own brother thinks you're not right in the head.
Do. You. Need. Me. To. Talk. Slowly. So. You. Understand?
Very good. You should be on the telly.
-I think your sister should be at one of those special schools, what do you think?
-What's going on here?
-Was he hassling you?
And you're just going along with it?
What about you? Just standing there watching it happen?
-Just leave it. Come on, we need to get to school.
-You're not on, Nicole.
I don't want to be kept back another year, do I?
-Oh, Hi, Gabriel.
-Sorry, I thought you were the postman.
-Whatever it is, I don't have time.
-This is important.
I'm interviewing potential partners and I'm late.
I'm sure it can wait. See you later.
Is everything OK?
-How have the kids been lately?
-A bit moody, same as ever.
It's just I saw Nicole getting a hard time off some boy.
-Just now. Conor seemed to think it was funny.
Adeeb was there too, but he just looked the other way.
But listen, maybe I could try talking to them?
No. Just leave it to me. I'll talk to Michael.
I'm just saying, maybe at their age, it would be easier for them
to talk to someone who can't give them any trouble.
It's very sweet of you to offer, Gabriel, and thanks for letting us know,
but Michael and I are their parents. This is what we do.
You might just make it worse.
-So, does he like mince and tatties?
-I'm making a shopping list.
-Aye, who doesn't like mince and tatties?
-Well, I don't know what you were eating in Peru, do I?
-I don't want to make him something he doesn't like.
-He loves mince and tatties,
-and I make them just the way you taught me.
I just hate lying to folk about Callum, especially Jimmy.
-It's what we agreed.
-I know, but...
Jimmy still needs to get better, he could do without the stress.
So, I can tell him when he's better?
The less folk who know, the easier it'll be to keep this to ourselves.
SHE CLEARS HER THROAT
-Here, I've got some belters of the weans yesterday, here look.
I'm just going to pop out for a bit, if you don't mind keeping an eye on Callum?
-Of course not. He's not a problem.
-Cheers, Jimmy. I'll see them later.
-Here, I'll get them.
-Oh, thanks, doll.
-Oh, that's a cracker.
So listen... How's about we go away for a wee bit? A long weekend, maybe?
-Aye, I suppose so.
-We could get a nice wee hotel up north somewhere.
I've never been to a hotel before. Plenty of hostels, just not a hotel.
-Well, maybe it's time you did.
-Oh, dinnae mind me.
It won't happen again. Well, actually, it probably will.
-I didn't touch her, honest.
-You so did!
I need to get out of here.
I cannae stand this level of happiness. You folk make me sick.
I've never felt so single in my whole life.
-She'll be fine.
-Right, well, I'd better boost.
-See you the night, maybe?
I was thinking maybe we could ask Kelly-Marie round for her dinner,
-give you a chance to get to know her better.
It would probably have to be here, though, I suppose.
-We're going out, don't worry.
-Magic. I'll see you the night.
Eh, tell you what, why don't I ask my ma and Jimmy round as well?
-See yous later.
-Dinner with the family?
It's only Scarlett and Jimmy. It's not like they're strangers.
Aye, but things are a bit different now, that the two of us have been...
-And it's not even that anyway. I mean,
he's just after asking me to go away for a weekend with him.
Woah. Bob's a man on a mission.
He'll be ring shopping next.
Don't even joke about that.
You're not getting cold feet or anything?
No, it's pure amazing having him back. It's just...
If you think it's going too fast, why don't you just speak to him?
Bob's a good guy, he'll understand.
-Oh! Hello again.
Listen, I just wanted to apologise for earlier.
I hope you didn't think that I was prying.
Oh, not at all.
I can only imagine how difficult the situation is
for you, and it must be a terrible wrench for Michael
-being left there so far away from his son.
Still, I suppose you did consider staying
closer to his father, for Callum's sake?
You know what, Liz? You were prying earlier, and you're prying now
-and I've had enough of it.
-I was simply making conversation.
By making out I'm not doing right by my son?
I said no such thing!
-Well, that's what it sounded like to me.
-You OK, sweetheart?
-Just leaving, were you?
Oh, for heaven's sake.
You'll not be missed!
If she gives you any more bother, you just come straight to me, OK?
Oh, come on, hen. Enough of this "Molly" business.
I'm your granny, and don't you forget it.
You've got to speak to Amber. Hey, hey, hey!
She's going to change her story.
Who would you rather see in the jail, eh? Me or her?
All she's got to do is say I pulled the trigger and they'll let her go.
-And is that what happened?
-Does it matter?
Look, even if she changes her story, says nothing...
-She'll listen to you.
-I'm not sure I should get involved.
She's a target in there. I can't let her do this to herself.
So this is all her own fault now?
Nothing to do with the kind of man she has for a father?
I don't care what you think of me, OK?
All I care about is my daughter.
I've got to do right by her. You've got to make her see sense.
Fine. I'll talk to her.
So, I'm supposed to just lie to Callum his whole life?
You wish you'd been told the truth about Theresa, don't you?
-And it hurt that they'd lied to you all that time.
-Just a bit.
-But weren't they just being practical?
-Well, they thought they were anyhow.
-Then you see what I'm talking about?
I've got to do what's right for Callum, not just convenient for me.
Aye, but this is a really different situation.
-Look, I'll see you later.
I hear what you're saying. I really do.
And I'm sorry I cannae just make it all easy and simple for you
-because it just isn't, is it?
Well, look, whatever you decide to do and whoever you decide to tell,
-I'm behind you 100%, all right?
If you're no' up for this dinner, then...
Look. I'll be there. I wouldn't miss it.
Listen, Serge, it's no problem. I can manage.
You just get better. All right?
Look after yourself. Bye, darling.
-Poor Serge has got a tummy bug.
-What, he cannae make it in?
I don't suppose you fancy doing a double, do you?
Aye, may as well.
-Are you sure, though, because I could manage.
-No, really, it's fine.
So do I get stuff for nothing now that we're a couple?
-Well, gonnae give us a white coffee.
Did you leave your manners at the garage, aye?
I said "gonnae". But I meant please.
By the way, I've got a bit of bad news about tonight,
Gina needs me to work. I'm sorry.
I was just coming to tell you that everybody was up for it as well.
-Aye, I know, it's rubbish.
-Can Gina not get somebody else in?
No, really, Serge isn't well so she'd need to cover it herself. She's got hunners of stuff on anyway.
-You know how you've always been like an aunty to me?
-What is it you want?
-Can Stella have the evening off?
-We were meant to be having dinner with my ma and Jimmy.
-Aye, of course. You should have said.
But have you not got hunners of stuff on yourself?
-No, no, it's fine.
-Magic! Cheers, Gina.
Yeah, cheers, Gina.
Is everything all right? When they said you wanted to see me...
-Yeah, I know.
It's good to see you, pet.
-Yeah, you too.
-Look, your father paid me a visit.
You'll need to tell me what happened. I mean, what really happened.
Are you covering for him?
-You really shot that man?
-I just thought...
-It was me.
What you did, though, was to protect your father, wasn't it?
I just...reacted. I didn't think about it.
Well, now he's trying to protect you.
I need to live my own life.
But not in here. If he wants to take your place, let him.
Whoever pulled the trigger, that man died because of your father, not you.
-But I did pull the trigger.
Malcolm, when Ewan died, you could have put my dad away with your statement
if you lied about what you saw.
But you didn't because you knew it was wrong, didn't you?
But this is not about putting your dad away. It's about getting you out.
He said you're a target in here, you're not safe.
You don't need to punish yourself for the way that your father lived his life.
That's not what I'm doing.
Are you sure about that? You can't go on like this and you don't have to.
Let him help, get yourself out and live a good life.
Not finished your homework yet?
What's it to you?
Let's have a look.
-Go on. Be a pal.
-You are so not my pal.
-Could you be any more pathetic?
-Just do whatever he says, aye?
Aye, you do. Here, see if you can rip that in half.
-Stop being such a muppet.
-You gonna take that?
You scared or what?
Aw mate, sorry, but that was class.
Come on, let's boost before you get you a proper doing.
There you are.
Listen, I was thinking about what you said earlier.
I know the way wee Callum arrived in this world wasn't how you planned, but you know what?
He's going to have a great life. He's got a good family around him. He's a lucky wee guy.
-We've just got to be careful Lenny doesn't find out.
He's not turned into Santa Claus since you've been away, know what I mean?
-Ma, I think I'm going to tell him.
Lenny. I just hate lying to everyone and I don't want to lie to my son.
-But this is what we agreed.
-No. It's what you decided and I went along with.
I don't want Callum growing up and finding out he had a grandpa he never got to know,
-that I never let him get to know.
-But if we're careful, he doesn't need to find out.
Like how Bob never needed to find out about Theresa? These things always come out in the end.
It's my choice. Please just try and understand.
-You're off your head.
-This is really hard for me.
It wasn't hard for you to lie to me for three years.
-Keep my grandson from me.
-I'm trying to make things right.
What about loyalty? What about that? This affects all of us.
You bring that man into this family and you're not welcome here any more.
BEYONCE PLAYS ON RADIO
# If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it
# If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it. #
Hidden talents, eh?
-I don't actually like that song, it's just on all the time.
So what's up?
I was in the deli earlier on and Iona needs to use the kitchen tonight.
-She's baking for some charity thing.
And you saw what she was this morning with us and Charlie and Annie so I didn't want to push her.
Aye, that's fair enough.
It's a shame because I had the menu planned out and everything, I was really looking forward to it.
Well, listen, seeing as you've went to all this bother, why don't I talk to Deek?
-We can have it in his place.
-I don't think that's a very good idea with everything...
-You know what I mean.
-I'll just ask him. The worst that can happen is he'll say no.
-What did she say?
-She wants to see you.
-You made her see sense?
-I hope so.
-Thanks, I appreciate that.
-I did it for her, not you.
Let's be clear about that.
I need to know...
-Did you arrange it?
The people threatening me. Because if you think that is going to change my mind...
You think I'd... You think I could do something like that to you?
Is that really what you think of me?
No. I don't know.
-I can't take it any more.
-Nobody can blame you.
So...I've asked to be transferred.
I've asked to be moved as far away from here as possible.
-Have you talked to Hamish about this?
-I don't need someone reporting back to you.
-I'm getting a new lawyer.
-You're going to change your story?
-No. Look, I heard what Malcolm had to say.
And then I thought about another time he spoke to me.
He was ashamed of me for something that I'd done
and he said that... He said that I was my father's daughter.
That he could see you in me. I don't want to be like you.
I'm not asking you to be like me.
I'm asking you to stop being so bloody stupid.
-You shouldn't be here. You're not like these people.
-I killed a man.
You saved my life.
Even if I lied to get out of here,
or if I owed you my freedom, or even if I let you protect me in here, I couldn't live with myself.
Look, it's been a nightmare, OK? But soon enough things are going to look different.
-And suddenly I'll see sense?
-I'm not a child.
-I know that.
Then accept what's happening. Please, for your own sake.
Look... It's up to me who gets to visit
so I've decided I don't want to see you any more.
Are you serious? I'm not allowed to see you at all?
Is this Fraser's idea?
No. I need to move on with my life. Away from you.
-I'm not doing this to upset you.
-No, you just don't want my help.
I tell you something, you've got some short memory.
When Fraser was up to his neck in it, you want to tell me you didn't want my help then? Do you?!
I should just have let this thing run its course.
He'd be dead and buried by now, Tommy McCabe would be walking the streets
-and the world would be a far better place.
-I can't change what happened in the past.
Only what happens now.
-Don't be daft.
Amber! Don't you walk away from me! Don't you do this.
Grant this mercy, O Lord, we beseech Thee, to Thy servant departed,
that he may not receive in punishment the requital of his deeds who in desire did keep Thy will,
and as the true faith here united him to the company of the faithful,
so may Thy mercy unite him above to the choirs of angels. Through Jesus Christ, our Lord.
May his soul and souls of all the faithfully departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
We commit his body to the ground. Earth to earth, ashes to ashes.
There you are.
I knew I'd see you dead and buried. Funny though,
I'm not enjoying it as much as I imagined.
Maybe I just wish it was me that put that bullet in you.
You were always... You were always a trier, Tommy, I'll give you that.
Here's to guys like us, eh?
I'm sure I'll see you later.
OK, right, I'll head round after that then. OK, bye.
What? Bad news.
Did you not see me winking?
-Earlier on, when Bob asked if I could have the night off?
I thought you'd got something stuck in your eye.
Are you going to tell me what this is about? Stella.
Bob thought it would be great to have Scarlett and Jimmy round for dinner,
like we just got engaged or something, but I can't cook.
I don't know what it means, I tried to get out of it, he wants to go away for the weekend,
but you didn't see me winking and now we're having it...
C'mon, there must be something you can cook.
Beans on toast and soup out of a tin.
Hey, there's a lasagne in the big freezer. It's yours.
All you have to do is stick it in the oven for an hour - think you can manage that?
And seriously, you have to work on your winking,
it really wasn't that clear.
You all right?
-You want this place all to yourself, aye?
I'm going to give you the chance to buy me out. How fast can you get the cash together?
-Depends what you're looking for.
-Just give me what I put in to it.
Are you sure you're all right?
-Have you got the money or not?
-Aye, I think so.
-Think's not good enough.
-I can get it, I'll get it.
Well, the very man.
Can I help you?
Aye, well, I thought you could, but you wouldn't even try, would you?
Look, I already told you...
You don't tell me anything.
-You're thrilled to bits my daughter's inside!
-Course I'm not.
Fraser can move on, he can forget about her, eh?
I really don't think he will.
No? But you think she deserves it, don't you?
You think she deserves to be locked up.
-I think it's all very unfortunate.
Unfortunate is when you lose your keys.
This is my daughter we're talking about here. My daughter.
Take your hands off me.
You got a black suit? Cos you'll need one very soon.
For your boy's funeral.
Take my advice, I wouldn't be bothering with one of those open coffins,
-you get what I'm saying?
-Let's just take it easy, eh?
-On your way.
Look, I don't know what the story is here...
No, you don't, so on your way.
I will in a minute.
I just want you to calm down first.
I'm calm, I'm calm.
Good, so maybe you should...
No, maybe you should...
mind your own business.
So what do you reckon?
Not really a good sign, being late is it, Dr Hunter?
The loan, Michael?
Have you tried the bank?
-They think I should get another partner in.
Well, maybe you should.
I don't want a partner. I want to be my own man.
By borrowing money from me?
Well, that would just be short term...
maybe medium term.
I'm a good investment.
Anyway, won't you be minted when somebody buys into this place?
I have to find somebody first.
Michael, this is massive for me. I wouldn't ask if it wasn't.
And you weren't desperate.
That and all.
-But I'll need to speak to Leyla. It'll have to be a joint decision.
Maybe I could do some ground work for you.
Be my guest.
-I'm Dr Dan Hunter. Sorry I'm late.
You sure you're all right with this cos if you're not, it's fine, honestly.
Of course I am. Listen, I'm just about to head out actually.
The oven's right here obviously,
it's pretty straightforward, I'll leave you to it.
Actually, can you just hold on a wee minute?
It's dead easy, you just turn this knob to the temperature you want.
There you are.
And that's you ready to go.
Stella, it's only Scarlett and Jimmy.
I'm sure they already love you.
I'll see you later.
OK. Thank you.
I'll just be a sec.
You want a hand with that?
Look, sorry about earlier.
I really didn't think he'd do it.
Yeah, well you wouldn't have the guts to do it yourself, would you?
Check it out, it's her diary.
-What are you doing?
-Nice work, mate!
-Give me that back!
"It's not even like I'm looking for some big romance, just someone to talk to that..."
-Get a hold of her, would you?
I'm warning you, Conor!
-Get out my way! Conor! I mean it.
-Where was I? Oh, yeah.
"Just someone to talk to that doesn't make me feel like a freak."
I think you might have your work cut out for you there, to be honest.
Put that down and get out of this house!
It was boring anyway. Laters.
How could you do that to your sister?
-I don't know.
Tell me everything that's been happening.
There's nothing to tell.
-You don't need to be scared, just tell me.
-I'm not scared, just leave it, OK?
-I'm trying to help you.
-I said leave it.
-Don't even look at me.
Just don't say anything, OK?
I don't want any hassle this year.
I can handle this.
What's going on?
I came in and some boy had Nicole's diary and was reading from it whilst Conor here held her back.
-Wait a minute... that wee ginger numpty from this morning that's just left?
-It's not a big deal.
I think your father might disagree.
You don't have to tell him.
Of course I do. We're talking to your father and then we're talking to the school.
-I don't have a choice, so would you please just tell me what's been going on.
We were just mucking about.
Why are you covering for him?
Come here a minute.
-Why don't you let me talk to them?
Because if they're not going to talk to you, they're sure as hell not going to talk to Michael.
Fine. But Michael's home in an hour and I'm telling him everything.
Maybe we should go inside, eh?
I tried to help her. I tried to take her place, but no, no, no, she's too good for that.
I don't know what's been happening but...
I've lost my wife, I've got one son dead and one who won't talk to me
and now she wants to cut me out of her life like I'm cancer?!
Maybe she just needs a bit of time.
You know, when Ewan was up on that scaffolding...
I reached out to him, I reached out and I almost had him... almost.
And then he just fell away, and there was nothing I could do about it.
Lenny, I know sometimes it feels like there's no way back.
I've been there.
When wee Madonna took those pills, well,
you know what happened with me and Scarlett.
I thought it was over, but I was wrong.
D'you think you could run this place?
I'd sell it to you if I thought you had the money.
I'm not following you.
I'm going to get away from here for a bit.
You want the job or not?
Can I think about it?
Not for long.
Conor, this just isn't you, is it? It's beneath you.
So you want to tell us what's happening?
What's it to do with you?
I'm just want to help, that's all.
No-one's going to give you into trouble,
I just want to know what made you behave like this?
Take a seat.
-You want to tell us what's being happening?
-What do you mean?
You seen it the same as me. That boy giving Nicole a hard time.
I just didn't want to get involved.
Seeing Nicole getting bullied and doing nothing about it...
-No-one's bullying me!
-..is involved as far as I'm concerned.
Dad's going to be raging if he finds out about this, so can we just leave it?
No, we can't.
You know, I know what it was like to be your age.
Me and your dad didn't always get on
and we did a fair bit of fighting,
it was usually him hitting me, most of the time, I deserved it,
but then I started I give a good account of myself, especially when I learnt how to throw a right hook.
I really don't think this is the best way to...
The point is, that was always between us at home, everywhere else we were a team,
we stuck together.
And that's why I'm so disappointed because I thought you lot were the same.
You seem to be sticking with this vow of silence, mind you.
Right, here's the deal.
Tell me what's been happening and I promise, we keep it between ourselves.
You won't tell Dad?
-Or the school?
So are you scared of this guy?
-Then why do what he tells you?
-Look, Adeeb's got his wee crew of swotty spods, right?
And I'm not clever enough to hang
about with them, I play football but I'm not one of the football crowd or any other groups.
So I started hanging about with Ally and his lot.
So you think Ally's cool?
-I don't know.
-He's a stupid wee...
So what is it then? You just want to be in a gang?
-You're in a gang?
-Not like that.
You've got friends but, don't you?
Yeah, but it's not the same...
Right, so tell me this,
are you happy about what happened today?
And the way you treated your sister,
are you happy about that?
Is that the kind of guy you want to be?
first things first, apologise.
-I'm sorry... really.
-So you should be.
You not maybe think you should give Ally and his mob a wide berth?
See all the folk in my school, Conor, that ever made anything of themselves,
they stuck out, they did their own thing.
I know it doesn't feel like it right now,
but in the long run,
that's what gets you the respect.
-Oh, very nice.
-Very down to earth.
-When are you going out?
Soon, I'm not above gate-crashing a party but I've got my standards.
Good, I'm glad.
I'm sorry, this is all really sweet,
I saw Bob earlier, he just couldn't stop talking about you.
-All really good things.
He's really keen and who can blame him, look at this, you're a perfect little housewife in the making.
Is that what you're wearing?
Aye. How, what's wrong with it?
It's not exactly saying "special occasion", is it?
Come on, I'm sure I've got something more appropriate you can borrow.
You were right.
You didn't tell him?
And I'm not going to.
Callum doesn't need a man like that in his life. None of us do.
Oh, Kelly-Marie. Thank you.
It's the best thing for Callum.
Lenny's leaving town.
What about your job?
He's asked me to run the business for him.
What did you say?
I said I'd think about it.
I'm still not sure about this.
I really don't like lying to Michael.
Ach, he's just not the best at the softly-softly, is he?
And that's what was needed here.
I still can't believe you actually got the them talking.
What can I say? I have got my hidden depths.
I just think I found my new partner.
-The guy with the broken nose?
Yeah, although it wasn't actually broken.
Dr Dan Hunter. I've got a really good feeling about him.
-And we've got the practice nurse starting tomorrow so everything's coming together.
-So what's been happening here?
I was just about to start on dinner. You hungry?
OK, just try not to move.
So do you think you and Bob are going to get your own place?
I don't know. He's only been back a week.
Seriously, you need to stay still.
Well, it's just that Bob's at yours most nights and
his room's just lying there empty - it seems a waste...
especially when I'm sleeping on a very uncomfortable sofa.
You know you could just move
in together, and think of how much money you'd save.
Is this going to take much longer?
Just another two minutes...
Thanks for doing this by the way.
My pleasure. Just try and relax.
SMOKE ALARM BEEPS
No... no... please... no. NOOOO!
You all right?
-This is all your fault!
-I'm just not ready for this!
-What you talking about?
-This isn't me, OK!?
Look, gonnae tell me what's going on.
I didn't want this dinner to become a big deal.
It's not like you've not met my family before, is it?
I'm just not used to this Bob, right?
I've never had a proper boyfriend.
Well, not one who was nice to me anyway.
-That's all right.
-And I don't know how it all works or what it all means.
First you want to go away for the weekend, then all of this, and I just feel as if...
Maybe I have got a bit carried away.
I just thought it would be nice to have
everybody I like, all round the same table together.
I didn't mean anything by it. I just
really like you.
I'm excited being with you, I'm not going to deny that, but I'm
not wanting to rush into things, all right?
We can take things as slow as you like.
Why did you not just tell me how you were feeling?
I don't know...
I just thought like...
-I thought if I didn't go along with it then...
-I'd dump you?
-I'm an idiot.
-Aye. You are.
A dead beautiful one, but.
I'll get rid of them.
-No... it's fine... just keep them busy, and I'll go get myself sorted out.
OK, why don't you play here for a wee minute, OK?
I won't be long.
I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get here.
That boy there,
he's your son, Callum.
I don't think we'll be coming back here, I'm sorry.
One day I'll tell him all about you though.
I just really, really hope you understand.
He can't understand anything.
So it was the real thing, was he, eh?
You and my boy?
I still see his face. Every day.
Wherever I go, without fail.
-This your boy?
-Could you not find somebody to look after him?
Well, it's not a great day out for him coming here to a place like this?
What age are you, pal?
Is that right?
We were just leaving.
Come on, Callum.
Brodie! Where you off to?
-They got you going for messages now, have they?
Earlier with Nicole, that was hilarious.
She totally deserved it.
No, she didn't.
-What's up with you?
-Just get out my way, all right?
We're going into town.
-You're coming too.
-No, I'm not.
-Wait a minute, darling.
'This is Kelly-Marie's phone...'
It's me, where are you?
Give me a call when you get this. Bye.
-She not answering?
-She's probably settling Callum in at your nan's.
Sorry doll, you can teach your weans manners but there's only so much you can do.
No, it's all right.
Will you stop showing off, you?
See when I was stabbed, when I was lying there bleeding,
not knowing if I was going to live or die,
I thought to myself,
no, not the now,
now is not the time.
Not until I had one more fish supper.
You said you were thinking about me and Madonna!
-You can't hit me, I'm convalescing.
-I'll save it for when you're better, with interest.
-Did Bob say to you we're going away for a bit?
-To a hotel.
-Are you sleeping in separate rooms?
-This calls for a toast.
To Bob finding someone who can put up with him, and to Lenny Murdoch
-slinging his hook and leaving us all in peace.
-I'll drink to that.
A whisky when you've got a sec.
It's all right, I'm gonnae have one and go up the road.
A small white wine, please.
Listen, do you take cards?
-We do, but it's a five pound minimum, I'm afraid.
I'll get it.
-Are you sure?
You are a gentleman.
We're a dying breed.
Listen, I've got that money...
-well, most of it. I just need another couple of days.
-There's no rush.
-I thought you said you were selling...
-Well, I've had a change of heart.
I'm going nowhere.
Robbie, Jack, this is Frances. She's going to be renting a chair with us.
it's our wedding anniversary. Two years today.
You're drunk. You're embarrassing yourself.
No, I'm embarrassing you.
-Who's Callum's dad?
We both know it's not Michael. You see the resemblance, don't you?
He's Ewan's. I know it.
Let it go Lenny.