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I'm very sorry to have to tell you,
but your baby's died.
So who did this to you?
You are not the father of this baby.
What have you done? You should have been more careful.
That's one of my good cups.
I didn't do it on purpose!
Here. Let me help.
Just be careful.
She can do it. She doesn't need you.
I'm sorry, Mum.
I don't know how to be today.
What to say.
What did he say?
-What do you mean "no' much"?!
His wife loses her wean today!
-Did he no' say anything about it?
-Maybe you should have gone to see him yourself.
I've got Cal. I can't look after them both.
If it was his wean, I might know what to say.
I cannae believe she made him think it was his.
This has all come late to Bob, you know - having a relationship.
Getting married. Kids. I had my doubts about Tattie, but obviously she loves him.
-He needs to think about that before he throws it all away.
-Look, whatever mistakes she's made,
she shouldn't have to go through this on her own.
That's the risk he's going to take, if he lets her.
You've got the wee one while Kelly Marie's at work, have you?
Seems I'm keeping quite a few of the Mullens employed right now.
No' all of us. C'mon, darlin'.
Mind and pick Madonna up from the nursery.
Everything all right, Jimmy?
Look at the state of this place! Has Molly no' been in?
Ah, she's taken a couple of days off.
Somebody better clean it, then.
-I cannae. My leg's killing me.
-Get over it.
We're making an early start.
To get everything ready for tonight. The bonfire. The best guy competition.
The winner gets to put his guy on the fire.
Aye, er...I'll be along in a wee while.
You were up and out early this morning.
I hope I didn't wake anybody up.
No. You were dead quiet.
-I'm just going to go and get changed.
-You going to the hospital?
-I'm not going to the hospital.
Bob, I'm no' agreeing with what she's done to you...
Well, just stay out of it then!
I think it's beyond glue.
I think so.
-I want to come with you today.
-I can handle it, support you.
-I said no!
You need me.
The last thing I want is to be worrying about you
while I'm in hospital.
Mair blooming junk mail! "Free this, free that"!
You need to de-register yourself as an expectant mother
or this bumph will never stop coming.
I'm an O'Hara.
My name change has come through.
Has Bob even been in touch since he left? Called?
-He should be with you today.
-A delivery room's no place for a man.
They only get in the road.
Especially in these circumstances.
Do you ever play?
-Nah, it's a mugs' game.
-So you're not up for a wee challenge before we open the doors, then?
You actually like these things?
-Cannae stand them!
-You didnae say that in your job interview!
No, but who knows? Maybe if I started, I wouldn't stop.
Although all the beeping noises are enough to drive a person nuts.
Don't worry about it.
You learn to tune them out after a while.
Not seen much of Lenny since I started.
-He won't do a shift handing out tokens, if that's what you're expecting!
-Well, it is his business.
I just thought he'd take more than a passing interest.
We co-own it. He leaves the day-to-day running of things to me.
-Oh, he does.
-We spoke too soon!
How's our newest recruit settling in?
Fine. I'm just going to go and check the cash register. Make sure we've got enough tokens.
No need to make yourself look busy just because your boss walks in. Your real boss.
I'm not one for standing around decorating the place.
Look, I didn't say anything about you.
Ah, the Mullens will have done more than enough of that.
Yeah. Dan's sorted the awards. Just waiting on everyone to arrive now.
-Hi! Sorry I'm late.
-Not at all.
You look very nice.
Oh. Thank you.
Good to see you, Liz.
-We just wanted to show our support.
-You won't mind if the press take a photo or two, will you?
I knew they'd be covering the story,
but I didn't think it would warrant a photo.
We thought it would be important for the centre.
You wouldn't HAVE to be in it. It's the recipients that are most important.
Of course. But like you say, if I can add weight to the story,
or profile to the scheme, I'll do whatever I can.
-Right time, right place?
-Spot on! Counsellor Donachie. Have you met Stevie Burns?
We have, aye. Thought I might see you.
If anybody can sniff out a photo opportunity, Eileen can!
Oh, no, no, no...you're not...?
Six months clean and ready for you to present me with an award.
-I see your maw's stepped in with the childcare.
Cheaper than a nursery, I suppose.
Look, I'm no' exactly up to speed with current working practices...
but if you need some flexible hours, or overtime before Christmas, just let me know.
That's much appreciated, but I don't need any special treatment.
Offer's there if you need it.
You can't tell me Murray's no' happy that Jack's left?
They're both past all that.
Aye. I dare say you're right.
-How you doin', Molly? Everything all right?
-She never gets enough of the bread that I like in,
but apart from that, I'm fine.
It's just...we've noticed Big Bob's staying over at Scarlett and Jimmy's.
-I could never share a bed when I was pregnant either.
And there is quite a lot of Bob to have to share with.
Still, it is an odd time to be apart.
Having a bairn isn't putting a strain on the marriage, I hope?
Can a woman no' do her messages in peace?!
Aye, as long as she's no' swinging the lead. Back to work tomorrow?
-You're all heart, Lenny Murdoch(!)
-If you want time off, it's got to be agreed.
I didn't think I'd needed anybody's permission - no' even yours!
A bereavement is a bereavement.
Mr Sensitivity will tell you.
The baby died. Days ago.
And that poor lassie has to wait until now to have it induced.
-Penny for the guy.
-There's a competition for the best one.
You're no' going to win any prizes for that poor specimen!
A guy is supposed to look like an evil, bad man.
Like Lord Voldemort?
I don't know who that is,
but I could give you an idea of someone closer to home.
-Is he here?
-He's away to his work, for the early shift.
He's not there now.
Doesn't he care about what my mum's going through today?
She telt him the wean wasn't his!
Have you told him to keep away from us?
Do you hate her that much?
I can't tell Bob what to feel or what to do.
I know he's hurt. But when all this is over, him and Mum can try for another baby.
Together? Has she said that?
No. But it makes sense. They both wanted this one.
Darlin', it's no' that easy.
D'you think if something happened to you, she could just replace you?
These things take time.
You can't hide away here forever! You and Tattie need to sort this out.
For that wee lassie, if for nothing else.
-There is no me and Tattie any more.
-Well, I hope you're sure.
If you abandon her today, it's her who might never forgive you.
Addiction isn't just a teenage problem.
I'm sure all of us here have been affected by it,
either personally or with a friend or relative.
Admitting it, and taking that first step to doing something about it is all-important.
Seeing it through, and having the strength of will
to fight the day-to-day battle against any addiction
is what makes this drop-in centre so vital.
That's why this awards scheme was set up.
So that we as a community can recognise
and acknowledge those who've shown particular determination to turn their lives around.
So the first recipient of this award has, so I've been told,
been clean for six months.
Please congratulate Steven Burns.
-I didn't know you had a problem.
Sounded like you were speaking from experience.
-No! Not at all.
-That's not a good look for the cameras.
Everyone left without waking me up.
I was supposed to be at the salon 20 minutes ago.
Mum's going into the hospital today.
She doesn't want me to go with her.
Robbie can get someone else to sweep up hair for him today.
We'll hang out here.
Thanks for phoning.
Letting me know what time they will have a bed available.
I said "thanks" like it was something I'm looking forward to.
It's not for a while yet.
Is it OK if I wait here until then?
Where else were you going to go?
Why haven't you asked me and Christina to leave,
when you found out the baby wasn't even your grandchild?
Because you're still Bob's wife.
I've nursed other women through this so many times.
Now I see I knew nothing about how it really feels.
I'm so angry.
With myself for going out with another man.
With Bob for not being here. But mostly with my...
..with my baby.
For making me want it.
For making me love it. And for dying.
This poor lifeless little soul
and I'm...angry with it.
Well, the biggest struggle isn't exactly breaking all of my own bad habits,
-its breaking other folk's.
-How do you mean?
They've got every right to be wary.
I would be if I'd have met me six months ago.
Everybody speaks about second chances. But in reality, they leave it up to somebody else.
It's finding opportunities for recovered addicts to be integrated back into the community.
People who'll give someone a new start.
Actually, I've been exploring possibilities.
Aye? Funny enough, I've started up my own handyman business.
Even had some of these bad boys made up.
Folk say they'll phone, but I think there's something wrong with my phone.
-We mentioned to you that we had some odd jobs that needed doing.
-Maybe you could help Stevie distribute some of these.
-Yeah, I'll take one of those.
Could I check a few things with you, doctor? About tonight?
Sure. I'll catch you back at the surgery. Congratulations again.
See if you can get more than a trickle out of Malcolm and Liz's shower!
Of course it's not everyone who can just turn their hand to any kind of job.
I'm no' a cowboy. Tell you what?
Why don't I head round later? I'll have a wee look. You only give me what you think I'm worth.
Hey. Look what the tide dragged in!
-How are you, son?
-Better, aye, aye.
You look better.
I've been using the centre on an' off.
-I've been meaning to head in and see you, but...
-Hey, you're here now.
Didn't you run off cos you were worried about your old gang catching up with you?
You cannae run away from your enemies forever, can you?
The Fire Officer's been to have a look over the area for the bonfire and the fireworks.
Everything checks out.
-You must've treated your fair share of burns at this time of year.
-Are you going to be around tonight for the Shieldinch spectacular?
I'm a big kid myself when it comes to fireworks.
Yeah. Helps out every year, don't you, Bob?
-It'll be more special this year, now you've got a family.
Taking your mind off things until you take Tatiana in to hospital?
Something like that.
I'm sure you've been told already, but you mustn't blame yourselves.
You're not responsible for the baby.
I know. It's got nothing to do with me.
-This is going to be brilliant!
-We're definitely goin' to win!
Who's your friend?
He's for tonight.
Tonight? Oh, yeah. Bonfire night.
You want to watch you don't get burnt.
Good morning. I was just thinking about you.
Was going to call you, see if you fancy meeting up for lunch?
I've got a couple of things to do,
but I could pick you up about twelve.
No, no, no. Just business. All very boring. OK.
I'll see you later.
-Lenny. Haven't seen you for a while.
-You short on friends?
Professionally, I mean.
-Why would I see a doctor unless I needed one?
This thing I've got....
Can it run in families?
-That's not a conversation for the street.
Well, you know where I am if you need me.
What did I tell you about having patience?
Me, I've got loads.
But my friends in the import/export business, not so much.
Any further thoughts about helping a younger businessman like myself get started?
I'll give you a call when there's funds available.
You won't regret it.
I'd better not.
You've not gone and broken my shower already?!
Eh? No. It screws off. It's all full of that limescale. Just needs a right good scrub.
And we've been putting it off, thinking we'd need a whole new shower.
Plumbers, tilers, the works!
There you are - saved you a wee penny or two, didn't I?
A penny for the Lenny!
Anyone got a spare a penny for Lenny?
-C'mon, a penny for Lenny.
-He needs his pennies.
-He's only a little guy.
Is that supposed to be funny?
C'mon! I asked youse a question.
There's a competition.
So that's what you think people think of me round here?
Remember, we all turn to dust eventually.
Listen, if you want to do an effigy, at least do a proper one.
I'll bring you some of my old clothes along. Awright? Good lads. Here.
Thanks, Mr Murdoch.
-Weans, eh? Sorry to hear about your Uncle Bob's wee one. Very sad.
-Terrible time for the whole family. D'you know how they're getting to the hospital?
You tell them, don't worry about it. I'll sort it.
Do you want something to eat or drink?
Your mum'll be OK.
Sounds horrible, what has to happen.
If this is what it's like having kids, I never want to try.
I was just feeling settled here.
Molly takes some getting used to, but she's OK.
And Bob, he's been great...
up till now.
So what's changed? Apart from the baby?
Do you want to go to the pictures or the shops or something?
This is fine. Being here.
Except I'm meant to be working!
Leyla said there was nobody in. She gave me keys.
Why? Who are you?
The award-winning Stevie Burns!
I've been asked to do a wee bit of work about the place.
What's your excuse?
-We took Molly's advice.
-With the guy. Even the man himself thought it was funny.
-Brilliant idea, Molly.
-We're here to check out the bonfire.
-I'll come too.
You go ahead, boys.
Doing a good job, eh?
The big-hearted guy with all the community spirit?
-I don't need this, Mum.
-I'm sure you don't. But you're going to hear it anyway. This came this morning.
Does it mean anything to you?
Of course it does.
What do you mean, "did"?!
-Look, this lassie wanted to be your daughter. Still does.
Tattie's still your wife. So, the baby wasnae yours.
Christina's no' yours either.
-Are you trying to tell me you're just going to cut her off?
I don't know.
Ask yourself what your life was like before they two lassies came into it.
And what it's going to be like without them.
The only difference now is you'd know exactly what you were missing.
So, did she, em...
Did she go to the hospital?
Can I tell her you're going to step up?
You're no' the man I thought you were!
Thought you were coming to pick me up? I'm starved.
Better take you somewhere nice, then.
-How were your business meetings earlier?
Good. Because it looks as if you've moved into your office.
No, I'm having a clear-out. For charity.
-Charity? Didn't have you down as the type.
-I don't think I've got anything suitable.
-I don't think they're that fussy.
-That's my dry cleaning! I just bought that tie.
-On a dare?
-And that jacket's...
-And the jacket is out the Ark.
I don't think you've had a woman in your life for a while, have you?
More recently than I bought some of they clothes!
How about this weekend we go shopping together?,
GIRLS WHISPER AND GIGGLE
Want to speak up? I cannae hear you.
-That's the idea.
-Doesn't seem very fair...
seeing as I'm the hot topic of conversation.
You're not the hot anything!
-We were saying we recognise you. Did you used to live around here?
-A while back, aye.
-Is your family from here?
-Don't give much away, you, do you?
-I'm an open book, me.
-Is that no' obvious?
-You think so!
-You seem to. Otherwise you'd find something else to do
-rather than watch me.
-Just making sure you don't wreck the place.
Are you OK there? Just take your time.
It's paid for.
You don't have to do that, Jimmy.
It's not me. Lenny's idea.
I barely know the man.
Everyone knows, then?
I'm no' sure.
Tattie! Tattie, wait!
Wait! You're no' doing this on your own.
Bob! I wish you'd told me.
I've only just found out.
-And I bet you just cannae wait to say "I told you so".
-What are you on about?
I'm talking about Tatiana losing that poor wee baby.
The baby isnae mine, Iona.
Excuse me, but that player was using this machine.
Not when I came in.
I'm a business associate of Lenny's.
We'd a meeting set up.
He didn't say anything. And he's not here.
So maybe you should go. Call him.
It's much warmer in here than it is out there.
-I'm happy to wait.
-Then wait out in the arcade. This area is off limits to the public.
You're right. This is private.
We should shut the door.
Do we have a problem here?
Your girl here was just keeping me company. ..Weren't you?
-He says he's a business associate of yours.
-I'm out to make you money, not take it.
-I didn't get the impression it was cash you were after.
A total misunderstanding, Lenny.
The deal's off.
Because of that bit of skirt?
I told you I'd be in touch. If you can't listen to a simple arrangement,
it means you can't be trusted.
I've got a lot to learn. Please. Mentor me.
Take a well-earned back seat
while I run around doubling your money for you.
You'll be finished long before I am, son. You're a liability.
We got off to a bad start, Lenny. I'm solid.
My instincts tell me different.
Knock yourself out proving me wrong.
-Sorry about that.
-I can handle the odd troublesome kid,
but if he's the sort that's going to be hanging around...?
He isn't. Don't worry. You won't hear from him again.
Here. See, boredom's a terrible thing. All sorts of bother it got me into.
Who says we're bored?
-What do you want? A drink or something?
-Nah. I'm just gonnae go out for my break.
Game shows? Really?
Yes. You can actually learn things.
Oh, I'm very sorry.
Didn't realise I was interrupting your higher education.
It's my choice. I just need something mindless.
You want mindless?
I'm your man! Come on!
Let's see if we stick a smile back on that wee face of yours.
Smiling's not gonnae hurt you either.
Right, let's do it, troops!
We're ready for you.
My mother-in-law is coming with me.
You don't need me now.
Take care of her.
What are we looking at?
-Never changes his spots.
-We've been through what will happen?
Any other questions?
No. Thank you.
You don't have to decide now,
I'd like to see the baby.
OK. I won't be far away.
Just buzz me when things start happening.
This is to bring on labour.
It might be quick.
It might not be.
If you don't want to be in the room when the baby's delivered...
I'm not leaving you.
Youse all excited about Bonfire Night, then?
Right. I better get these jobs finished off.
I suppose you two have got some serious telly-watching to do?
Actually, I should get home.
I want to be there when Mum gets back.
see whatever it is, I hope it ends up OK.
We all go through stuff.
You think it won't get better, but...it does.
Thanks for staying with me.
No bother, the salon owes me time off anyway.
That was really nice what you did.
Taking her mind off stuff for a bit.
All part of the service.
Oh, aye, he's long gone.
I'm so sorry about that. I should have known he was unreliable.
No, he finished everything we asked him to do in no time.
And tidied up after himself. We'd have him back any time.
That's the cleanest I've felt in ages.
That Stevie did a brilliant job.
In fact, you should come and try the shower, Malcolm.
Right, well, I'm glad everything worked out.
I'll leave you to it.
It's all right, Zinnie, I'll serve this young gentleman. Pint?
I was starting to think you were avoiding me.
No, had a wee bit of a busy day.
It'll be a big night in here.
So I could offer you a couple hours collecting glasses if you're interested.
I'm no' looking to be saved this time, though.
But I am still a wee bit outnumbered.
Oh, aye, sorry! I forgot to leave them in the surgery for you.
I understand you had company at our house?
Nicole should have been at work.
Want to no' be hard on her, though, eh? She was just looking after her wee pal.
Christina's mum is a colleague of mine. And a friend. She's going through a bad time.
-I was more worried about them getting under your feet, that's all.
-No, no, not at all.
-You've done a good job. What do I owe you for all the bits and bobs you had to buy?
Is this enough for the work, then?
That's mair than enough, aye! Thanks very much.
Nice young man.
I'd rather stick pins in my eyes.
I thought that about Michael once. Look what happened there.
You staying for the fireworks?
In here or out there?
Eileen. Stevie's going to be collecting glasses for us.
Here, give us your bag. I'll put it behind here.
Any problems, you report to me.
Well, I take it the extra responsibility will be reflected in my wages?
I don't know if I want to go to the fireworks.
-Of course you do!
-I want to look after Mum when she gets back.
-Or should I let Bob do that?
-She'll need a rest.
Do you think Bob will come home here tonight?
-Or do you think he'll want us to leave?
-This is my house.
I say who's staying and who's going.
Christina! Now, don't rush her.
Willie said you went to the hospital.
He stayed with me the whole time.
Was it awful?
No need for details. It's all over.
The bed's all made up and fresh for you. Take your mammy for a lie-down.
I'm glad you were with me.
I knew you'd be there for her.
What was it? A boy or a girl?
What does that matter?
I'd like to know who I'm praying for!
It was a wee girl. Right?
-Em...look after Tattie, will you?
-And where are you gonnae be?
-I'm going to stay at Scarlett and Jimmy's.
-Look, this is your home!
And Tattie and Christina are your family.
Nice to see Stevie's straightened himself out.
I flicked it in a woman's hat once!
Er...personal space? You need to learn how to move around someone behind a bar.
It's the same with the hairdressers. Or you could get stabbed!
Aye, well, there's nae danger of that in here, eh, Zinnie?
-You know, I'm not convinced.
You. Druggies in general.
-Druggies in general! You mean you don't think folk can change?
-Nah, you need a bit of self-knowledge first, eh?
-Don't leave those there.
-I'm no'! I'm just going to the toilet.
-They're in my way. ..Refill?
A half. I'm practising a bit of self-knowledge.
What are you daein'?!
-I told you. We need to give each other room.
-You meant that!
Mate, she did, didn't she?
Leave me out of it, pal.
I'm sorry. I'll get it sorted.
That's not something important, is it?
Just a bit of paper.
Zinnie, get a mop.
She's right. It's my mess. I'll clear it up.
Give it to me, I'll see if I can fix it.
What are you doing up and out?
Jimmy let me in.
Are you packing to come home?
You're still going to the festival?
I need to get my head straight.
-What does that mean?
-I don't know.
I don't know anything any more. I just know that I need to get away.
I need you.
Christina needs you.
I need you both as well.
But I can't...
I can't get by the fact that you lied to me.
Youse both lied to me.
Don't blame Christina.
She wanted us to be a family so much.
See if you'd just told me earlier,
I'd have been able to get used to the idea of another man's child.
But you told me she'd died.
And then that she wasn't mine.
It was like losing her twice.
You felt something for her today?
You didn't hate her?
Oh, my God, hate her?!
I don't know what I'm meant to be feeling,
but I wouldn't wish what's happened on you or that wee baby.
Don't leave us.
Don't leave me.
We...we can get through this.
I wish I could be sure about that.
Someone said they'd spotted you around again.
Now who was that?
How you doing, Dave?
That's right. It was one of your old gang.
You see, I didn't think you'd show your face around here again.
But what do I know?
-I'm not looking for any bother.
-I'm not bringing it. I'm just saying hello to an old acquaintance.
But now I have run into you, could you do me a small favour?
Nah, I doubt it.
I just need someone to look after something for me.
-Just a bit of personal property.
Find somebody else.
I've already found you.
See, you upset quite a few people when you cleared off, Stevie.
Wouldn't it be great if I could tell them
how co-operative you've being just now?
Otherwise, who knows what might happen?
I'll be in touch.
It's not going to rain, Gina!
And a glass of red wine.
Some help would be appreciated.
Where's my bag?
Stevie. Not quite as good as new, but I did my best.
You should be proud of that, and what you've achieved.
Have you seen my rucksack?
Zinnie, finish that off. I've got it.
Here, got most of the glass off, I think.
If it's all right with you, I'm gonnae bolt.
I've smashed most of what I've brought in anyway, so you don't owe us anything.
-Where are you staying?
-I've got somewhere.
Judging by the weight of that rucksack, it's nowhere very permanent, is it?
Are you not going to see the fireworks?
-I'm not fussed.
-You've worked hard.
You deserve some fun. It'll probably finish late, so you can stay here.
Just for tonight. I'll get the room ready.
You've won over the Ice Queen.
That IS an achievement!
How do our fireworks compare to others you've seen?
Eight out of ten.
You seem to have made a miraculous recovery!
I presume that's why you weren't at work - you were on your death bed.
-When did you become Mr Responsible?
-Since I was left on my own
-with everybody wanting last-minute cuts and blows. It's tight enough as it is without Jack.
-I should've called, but...
-But? A bit of consideration next time, eh, doll?
That guy looks strangely familiar.
What are you gonnae do?
Great bonfire, boys.
Just one thing missing.
Big Bob. He's helped to build this.
Bob might not make it tonight.
Where did he get to?
Stevie, son. Your room's ready.
-What're you doing? Everybody's outside for the fireworks.
-Aye, I know, I've been out.
-I was just gonnae stick my bag away.
-I'll do that. You and Eileen head out. Go on.
Come on. Let's go.
They give you something to remember the baby.
I held her.
She was so...tiny.
She could have been asleep.
Who's going to look after her for me?
Who's going to hold her now?
We'll no' forget her.
You never do.
You've been so helpful.
I don't deserve it after what I've done to your son.
I don't suppose you set out to do it on purpose.
But you've been so kind.
We didn't have scans in my day.
I carried my wee girl the whole way through to the end.
I waited for that first cry, but it never came.
And they took her away from me instantly.
They weren't going to let me see my own baby.
I had her at home.
In my own bed.
I got up out my bed somehow...
And I walked through to the kitchen.
And there she was.
She looked perfect.
As if nothing was wrong.
Will I ever...
get over this loss?
You'll no', hen.
It's something you'll always have inside.
But you need to get up and on with your life, for the weans
and the other folk that are still with you.
And she'll always be there.
-Nice work. Still have the item I gave you?
Why don't you go get it, and bring it back to me?
So you thought, "I'll pawn my wedding rings."
Better than being beholden to Lenny Murdoch.
It's our wedding rings and you lied about it. You blamed the chemo.
Does that not tell you how much I don't want to be in that man's debt?
And what about telling Bob the baby was his?!
-I was thinking about my family!
-You were thinking about yourself!
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