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Stay away from my daughter.
Dad, seriously, please don't do this to me.
You're out of order, I was talking to her.
-Isn't there a film you wanted to see?
We have an agreement, and I'm the only one sticking to it.
I'm having to sleep with him.
He makes my flesh creep.
I've got MS.
Did you think it would make me feel any differently towards you?
Nothing could change how I feel. You've lots more to learn about me.
But I'll enjoy teaching you.
-No, you listen.
Frances is a tiny cog in a big machine.
I'll have Murdoch banged up by Christmas,
and you just sit tight, Viv.
Keep your sob stories for your missus, all right?
All right, OK.
I'll get it back on the road by next week, yeah? OK.
Right, fine. Bye.
-Lenny's got two phones, so what?
Second one's a pay-as-you-go phone.
He uses that for the dodgy side of his business empire.
This is all really fascinating, but what's it got to do with me?
I want you to get me the SIM from that phone.
What happened to me being a small cog in a big machine?
He gets rid of the phones periodically,
destroying the SIMs when he does.
And what, I ask if I can have the card before he gets rid of this one?
You get to the phone
and replace the card with this one before he discards it.
Won't his number change? He'll notice.
He only uses it for outgoing calls.
He changes his SIMs so often, people expect his number to change.
-And what if he catches me?
-I'm sure you'll think of something.
Thanks, but no thanks.
I'm not committing hari-kari for you or anyone else.
How's your dear old mum doing?
She looked pretty well at the funeral.
Life in that nursing home must be suiting her.
What are you getting at?
Just saying, it's top notch, best in the area.
Could be very detrimental to her health
if she suddenly found herself thrown out over, say,
a police investigation into her business affairs.
You wouldn't dare.
Oh, I almost forgot.
-How did you know it was my birthday?
-I'm a detective.
I know everything.
Is this supposed to be a joke?
Hey, this is a pleasant surprise.
Glad to hear it. Are you opening a phone shop, or what?
No, no. I get them on the cheap, I give them to the drivers to use.
So, what do I owe this pleasure?
-I thought I'd take you out for breakfast.
You read my mind.
-You keep doing this, Jimmy,
and the answer's the same as last time!
-JIMMY: I tell you what to do, not the other way about!
-In your dreams!
The natives are getting restless.
The natives are a pain in the backside.
What's going on? I'm running a taxi firm, not a fish market.
Tell him to stop taking advantage
-of the fact that I'm his mother-in-law.
Just keep the bawling to a minimum.
I just don't like being taken advantage of.
-Do these shifts need to be changed?
a family wedding next Saturday.
Can we do something about it? I'll leave it in your hands.
Just tell him to stop being personal.
Tell her to stop being a pain in the neck!
If I cow-towed to every Tom, Dick and Harry that came in here,
asking for favours, I wouldn't have time to run the office.
Number one, I'm not any Tom, Dick or Harry, and number two,
I run the office, not you!
That is a matter of opinion!
Look, just solve it in as civil a manner as possible, OK?
I'm going for my breakfast.
You want me, I'll be on my mobile.
What are you doing?
Dropped it, and it rolled under the desk. No harm done.
Let's go eat.
-Thanks for looking after Cal.
-That's what glam-mas do!
-Here, for shopping.
-No, I cannae.
Take it. There's nothing more depressing than window shopping
with nae money in your pocket. And I should know.
I feel like a teenager again, taking money off my ma.
Make the most of it, cos the older the wee man gets,
the less of a youngster you're going to feel.
-Another lecture from the old dear?
Och, the price I pay for living at home, I suppose.
There's got be some pros.
Free babysitting, for one. I mean, that's got to count for something.
Means you can go out when you want to.
Hasn't happened much recently.
And why's that?
Lack of invitations, I suppose.
Really? What's up with the guys round here?
You know, single mum and all that.
I'm amazed you've not been snapped up by now.
Well, I havenae.
Would you fancy going out with me sometime?
I wasn't looking for sympathy.
Listen, the only people I feel sorry for are
the guys that are missing out.
Kelly-Marie Adams, would you do me the immense honour
of joining me on a date?
-Tonight, if you can get Callum sorted.
I'll tell you what, I'll bell you later with the details.
-That's mine, mate.
So, sorry, but why did it get delivered here?
-Leyla wanted it kept out of Michael's road till Christmas.
-Oh, I see!
Have you broken it?
It's not exactly built to last, is it?
This is what they call a vintage chair,
it lasted until you got your hands on it.
Look, let's try and get it inside so Leyla doesn't see it.
Why don't we say it got damaged in transit?
The delivery men would say it was fine when they left.
Plus, you've already signed for it.
Oh, no, there's Leyla.
Just stall her.
You stall her, you broke it!
Just get it inside, quick.
Hey. Has the chair come?
No, no, it's not.
Oh. I saw the van, I thought that must be it.
No, that's Liz's present to Malcolm.
Oh, right. Would you let me know as soon as it gets here?
They said it would be here before nine.
I promise I'll phone you as soon as it comes.
OK, cheers. See you.
Now we try and fix the thing.
-It's all right.
No. No, tonight's no good.
Not that it's any of your business, but I've got a dinner appointment.
All right? OK, bye.
-Sorry about that.
-No need to apologise.
-When I'm with a beautiful woman,
I like to give her my full attention.
Well, next time you're with one, you can.
I fully intend to.
I've got a meeting later, but I'll give you a phone, eh?
I'll be unhappy if you don't.
-You really are something else!
-You'd better believe it.
-Oh, no. I think I've left my scarf in your office.
-I didn't see it.
I'll go back and get it. It's OK, I know you're already late, you go.
I'll get Molly to let me in.
-Thanks very much. I must have put it down in here somewhere.
-Can I help you look?
I can manage, thanks.
Don't let me keep you from your work.
Can I help you?
Looks like you're already helping yourself.
D'you mind telling me what you're doing?
D'you mind keeping your nose out of my business?
What goes on in this office is my business.
Is that right?
And I answer to Mr Murdoch, not to you.
And what if I was planning a surprise for Lenny
and you ruined it with your prying?
Is that something you'd like to discuss with Mr Murdoch as well?
Is that the sound of a penny dropping I can hear?
-You think you're so smart.
-Shut the door on your way out.
Look, I don't care what it says on your screen -
I'm telling you that the chair hasn't been delivered!
I'm meeting Cam and going to his house. Is that OK?
I didn't take down a reference number, no.
It's a vintage chair.
You better had, or I'll be suing you and your company, depend on it.
I hope they're expecting you in late this morning.
Yeah, I don't start till 11.
-Let me guess - Stevie?
He wants to meet me before work.
Make sure it's not in sight of the surgery.
Don't want your dad getting on his high horse again.
Don't know what his problem is. Stevie's got a job and everything now.
Thanks for being so understanding.
Let's just hope it doesn't rear up
and bite me on the backside later on.
That makes us square, right?
For the time being.
For good. It's over.
A relationship like ours is never truly over, is it, Vivienne?
I'm not doing anything else for you.
If this is the way it's going to go,
maybe I should just put that card back where I found it.
Look, you're close to Murdoch now, that counts for a lot in my book.
What if I use you on an as-and-when basis?
That way, I get the information when I need it,
you get the assurance that Mummy remains undisturbed?
It was a one-off job, Mr Donald.
We should shake hands, then. On a job well done.
You don't fancy a quick hot chocolate?
What are we, 12?
A latte, then?
You mean Stevie?
-How d'you know?
-I can read you like a book.
-Are you cool with it?
-Way past that. You can have him.
-Just you saying, "You can have him."
-But you want to?
Do you think he's done it before?
I'm scared of coming across like I don't know what I'm doing.
But if you've never done it before...
Exactly. But I don't want him to know that, do I?
-Doesn't matter, it's not like
it's going to happen any time soon. We can't get any time on our own.
But if you could, you'd do it? You think you're ready?
-I don't think I'd want to. Not yet.
It's cos you've not met the right guy.
You think Stevie's the right guy for you?
I just hope when it finally happens for me,
it's really special. It should be perfect.
It should be.
Let me know what happens.
You gave Donald a SIM card from Murdoch's phone?!
I know it was stupid, but...
I did not raise you to be stupid!
This could ruin everything! Everything!
What are you doing, DIY?
Well, Liz, she needed a hand.
Listen, I've been in touch with the delivery company
about Michael's present, and they're insisting
-the chair was delivered this morning.
-It still hasn't arrived?
-No. There's been someone here all morning.
The man on the phone insisted.
I tell you what, why don't you give me his number
and I'll chase him up for you?
You don't have time to do that.
I'm not in work till later, and I'm busy here doing this,
so problem solved.
Hey. Not interrupting anything, am I?
No, just chasing up a dodgy delivery firm.
Talking of deliveries, this was sent to the Arcade.
So you'll let me know as soon as you hear from them, then?
I will indeed.
-Cheers. See you.
Didn't know you collected toy cars!
Were you not meant to be in work today?
-Half day, remember?
-Oh, right, OK. Listen, thanks for this.
-So, are we still on for tonight?
-Unless you've got nothing better to do.
I just need to finish this work off for Liz.
Fixing a chair. Boring long story.
Just out of interest, who's the toy car for?
It's Leyla. It's a scale model of her first motor.
She was talking about it and I got one on the internet.
50 quid. Pretty good, eh?
Listen, why don't we meet at six in the Ship,
then we go somewhere locally?
Totally forgot to give you the company's phone number.
-I'll see you at six at the Ship, then.
What's that? A date?
It's more a friendly drink.
-I believe you, thousands wouldn't.
Don't be getting her hopes up unless you're serious.
Women don't enjoy being played.
If Donald arrests Murdoch...
..our whole plan's in ruins...
..and Murdoch is beyond our reach.
I wasn't thinking.
I don't want him lounging about in a cell for a few months -
I want to tear his life apart.
I want him at rock bottom, begging for our mercy.
I told Donald it's the last thing I'm doing for him.
Or maybe not.
Maybe we can make this work for us.
Especially if we keep Donald believing
he has you where he wants you.
What is it they say? Keep your friends close
and your enemies closer?
Now, get yourself back into town, and next time,
call me before you start some air-headed scheme of your own.
It's my birthday today.
No-one celebrates their birthday after 30.
No-one with any class, that is.
Stay focused on the job in hand.
We play this right, and Lenny Murdoch will soon be ours.
'It's your friendly neighbourhood law-enforcer.'
What do you want?
Do I detect a touch of exasperation?
'I thought I'd made it clear. The card was it. The first and last job.'
Sadly, the card's thrown up something too big to ignore.
-I need to see you.
Oh, yeah? Look right.
What's the matter? It's just me and you.
Well, still a bit exposed for what I had in mind.
-Oh, aye? What's that, exactly?
-You'll find out.
I'm fed up just grabbing you for five minutes here and there.
I want you all to myself.
Och, I know, but we've got nowhere else to go.
Maybe we should do something about that, then.
-What, like find a room somewhere?
-Right. I need to go to work.
-Aye, me too.
See you later.
This had better be good.
Oh, it's good. In fact, it's spectacular.
Ah, here we go. And...bingo!
What is it?
Seems your boyfriend's planning a cosy dinner date for tonight.
You brought me here to tell me that Lenny's seeing someone else?
I've got news for you - I'm not the jealous type.
He's going out to dinner with Vincent McGregor.
-Is this a joke?
-Far from it.
McGregor, or Vince The Jeweller as he's better known, has been
a guest of Her Majesty on a number of occasions.
Maybe Lenny's planning on buying me something nice.
Except Vince The Jeweller is no ordinary jeweller.
So he's having dinner with a buddy.
Two other names kept coming up on the card. Vadim and Sander.
Vadim Kalda and Sander Klavan are two Estonian gangsters
looking to move their operation up here from the Midlands.
Your Lenny's getting into bed with some very nasty types.
Present company excepted.
Why are you telling me all this?
Murdoch's up to something.
OK, here's the deal.
McGregor will have his floozie there as cover.
I want you to get yourself invited as Lenny's plus one.
I always thought you had to be a lot cleverer than you appeared.
I was obviously wrong.
Open the door.
You know how to reach me if you change your mind.
Planet Earth to Nicole?
Nicole?! That brush isn't going to sweep up by itself.
Must be love!
Oh, I remember my first love! Nothing else mattered.
Food, drink, breathing. Floating on air, I was.
Agh! Speaking of love, here's the man of the moment now.
-You wantin' your windows done?
Aye, flaming seagulls have been using them
for target practice again.
Nae bother, I'll fill this up out the back, eh?
Just don't go distracting my staff.
I cannae help it if I'm irresistible!
Oh, I've actually got some jobs at the flat
needing done as well, if you're available?
-When are you needing them done?
-As soon as possible.
In fact, tonight would be perfect.
I'm going into town and Frances is out,
so you'd have the place to yourself.
I'd love to, pal, but I've got loads and loads of things to do...
But aye, aye, that's fine, I'll cancel that.
Taken you most of the day, but you've done a good job.
And now for the final test!
Whoa, whoa. I've not had a chance to glue it yet.
Listen, I've got some wood glue in the cupboard -
hold on, I'll get it for you.
-So, when is Leyla coming round?
-I texted to tell her it had arrived.
I couldn't put her off any longer.
A lot of love gone into that.
-There you go!
Oh, you're joking?
What's the matter?
It's solid. Did you bring this back from the war, Malcolm?
I'd better catch the shop before it shuts. See youse later.
All I'm saying is, don't do anything I wouldnae do.
It's a dinner date. What do you think we'll be doing?
Aye, well, some of the stories you hear about Gabriel Brodie -
even if only half of them are true...
It's dinner, Mum. Nothing else. Listen, thanks for taking Cal.
Nae probs. All right, wee man? Fancy going to the park?
-I'll see you back at the house.
Hey, what's up?
I need to get some wood glue.
-Is that all?
-I need to get to the shop before it shuts.
-Can't it wait until tomorrow?
-Look, it's Leyla's chair,
-she's coming round later. I cannae give it to her the way it is.
I really need to... I'll see you at seven.
-It was six, at the Ship.
-That's what I meant.
-I hope she's better-behaved
than she was last time.
What do you mean?
I came in and caught her at your desk, rifling through your stuff.
I was looking for my scarf.
That's not what you told me.
No, Molly, it wasn't.
Because what I told you was that I was planning a surprise.
Do you know the meaning of that word?
What's going on here?
I wanted to see you tonight, so thought I'd take a peek in your diary
to make sure that you weren't booked up.
Well, I'm not exactly the diary type.
So I discovered.
OK, Molly. You can go.
What brings you back round here now?
Like I said...
..I was wondering if you were free tonight.
You know, you're the only person that makes me feel this way.
I should hope so.
So, what are the chances of seeing you tonight?
Not great - I've got a dinner date.
-Business or pleasure?
Oh, well. You don't know what you're turning down.
Wait a minute.
The thing is, I do know what I'm turning down -
maybe I don't want to.
Business dinners can be so dreary!
I've been looking everywhere for these.
Maybe you're getting absent-minded in your old age?
Hey, don't even go there.
I've decided...I want you to come to dinner tonight.
I thought you'd never ask.
Didn't expect to hear from you again.
Lenny invited me to the dinner.
I got myself invited, so I'll do what you asked.
I was beginning to think you'd gone off me!
Is there anything you'd like me to listen out for in particular?
-Cos you'll be wearing a wire.
-No. That wasn't the deal.
That was always the deal from my side.
Do you seriously think I'm going to walk into a meeting
between Lenny and this Vince McGregor wired up? Not a chance.
Don't underestimate me, Vivienne.
You're making a big mistake.
So, if my dad or Leyla phone, we were together all night, right?
Where are you actually going?
Stevie's doing some work in Hayley's flat.
Hayley and Frances are both out, so...
-But don't say anything to anyone, please.
What do you take me for?
I know, I'm just nervous about anyone finding out.
If it got back to my dad...
You are taking precautions, yeah?
What time are you going over?
Stevie's texting when the coast is clear.
-Make sure you know what you're doing.
-I'm not a kid.
I've brought you a cuppa.
Cheers, Liz. But I've not got enough time to drink it.
I need to finish this off.
Listen, why don't you just come clean with Leyla,
tell her what happened?
Because she'd kill me.
She would not!
I'm not going to take that risk.
Did you phone the delivery firm?
I did. Told them there was a mix-up, that the chair was here.
Goodness gracious, you jump every time a bell goes off!
I'll be glad when this is over - I can't stand the subterfuge!
What did you want, Mr Donald?
There's been a glut of unlicensed taxis in the area.
I don't like to see local, honest businessmen like yourself undercut.
I appreciate your concern.
We'll keep our eyes peeled, if you'll do the same.
Is that it? Frances.
You're a sly dog, Murdoch.
Keeping a beautiful woman like this hidden away from the rest of us.
Though looking at her, I can see why.
You're obviously punching way above your weight with this lady.
Detective Inspector Donald.
Nice to meet you.
Don't I get a name?
-Frances Keener. Just moved into the area.
No relation to the Kilmarnock Keeners, by any chance?
I don't think so, no.
-Where are your family from, then?
-Does it matter?
Sorry, occupational hazard!
I think it's important to know where people come from,
don't you, Frances?
Meantime, trust no-one, no matter how plausible they might seem.
It's nice seeing you, Mr Murdoch.
I thought we were meeting later at my place.
I was going to pull out of the dinner.
I changed my mind.
I think you might have dropped this. Bye.
It's...a birthday card.
Yeah, who to?
It's my birthday today.
You're a dark horse. Why didn't you say anything?
Because...it's no big deal.
"Happy birthday, from Aunt Avril."
At least someone remembered!
Yeah? From now on, it'll be me and your auntie.
And tonight, we're going to make it a birthday-cum-business dinner.
How does that sound?
It sounds good.
Fancy bumping into you again so quickly.
Are you insane, turning up at Lenny's office like that?
Just wanted to show I can get to you anywhere.
Are you going to wear the wire?
If you don't, I'll just have to join the dinner party myself,
tell them exactly who you are and what you've already done for me.
How does that sound?
I'll wear the wire.
We'll need meet up somewhere before, so I can fit you with it.
Meet me at the salon. Everyone will have gone home.
-Maybe this one?
-He's more of a beer drinker, really.
Yeah, of course! I'll...just take some of these.
Well, usually when he comes in, he gets these ones.
OK, well, I'll take two of them.
He chased up a delivery for me today.
It's good to have someone you can rely on, eh?
Yeah, it is.
-I had to have something to take the edge off.
A day from hell, eh? Want to talk about it?
You really want to hear me moaning on about my problems?
What's a flatmate for? Problems with Lenny?
KNOCK ON THE DOOR
Relax, it's probably just Stevie. We'll finish this later.
-In you come.
Are we, er, keeping you from something?
You're not exactly dressed for work.
Ah, Stevie, you didn't have to get all dolled up for us!
No, I'm going to meet my mates later for a drink.
That's a lot of aftershave to be wearing for a lads' night out!
If I didn't know any better, I'd think you were trying to impress us!
What d'you say, Frances? Will we cancel our plans tonight?
Stay in and watch this strapping young lad go about his chores?
I'm sure Lenny wouldn't mind if I rescheduled!
Nah, you're all right!
Relax, we're just joking!
-Cheek! You should be so lucky!
Right, I'm just about to head out, so grab yourself a drink -
oh, but hands off my vodka if you value your manhood.
-Message received. Where's the bathroom?
-It's first on the right.
Oh, but will you start in here, so I can get ready?
-You're the boss.
-It doesn't look quite like it did online.
And it smells of glue, or something.
Classic...pieces are always being renovated.
Thanks for the beers, by the way.
It's the least I could do after you took the time to chase it up.
Are you, er, happy with it?
-I think so, yeah.
-You know, I think the guilt of breaking the thing
in the first place kind of spurred Gabriel on.
Well done, Malcolm(!)
It was an accident. Gabriel was tugging at the packaging,
-and then the arm broke and then...
-So, when did it get here exactly? Gabriel?
That's what you were covering up when I came by this morning?
I won't tell you what I called the guy at the delivery company.
I threatened to sue them!
And that's why you took the number to chase them up.
I can't believe you lied to me.
"It's a present for Malcolm"! Pathetic.
-We messed up, but we tried to make it right.
-Correction - YOU messed up.
Anyway, it all turned all right in the end, eh? I mean, we fixed it.
Except that you lied to me, all of you!
I'd better go and get her.
Hey! In my experience, you're better to let them cool their heels for a couple of hours.
And in my experience of your experience, you're a born coward.
Here, were you not supposed to be meeting Kelly-Marie?
-What time's it?
-It's after six.
I was meant to her meet at six!
KNOCK ON THE DOOR
-Are you trying to scare me to death?
-Has everyone gone?
-Just me and you.
Turn to me again.
What if he finds the wire? Have you thought about that?
He won't be getting that close during dinner, will he?
-He's a hard man to say no to.
-He's an animal.
Did you mean what you said earlier, in Lenny's office?
-About me being beautiful?
Let's just keep our minds on the job, yes?
Detective Inspector, I do believe you're blushing.
That's it done.
Let's give it a test drive.
Turn the receiver on.
Is that all you want to turn on, Mr Donald?
I can't keep calling you Detective Inspector or Mr Donald.
-Do you have a first name?
Let's not mix business with pleasure, eh?
-Can we take this slowly?
-As slow as you like, darling.
Thought you were out.
It was cancelled. Nicole, what are you doing here?
I...came to see Stevie.
Right. Did you get the cupboard door fixed and the shower head?
Aye, all done.
What are you still doing here, then?
Oh, I see. Right, well, sorry to have ruined your plans,
but if you're looking for a wee love nest, this isnae it.
-Do you want a refill?
That's the fifth time you've checked your watch.
-You waiting for somebody?
If I had a pound for every man who kept me waiting for him...
See if this is a first date, get rid now, cos it'll only get worse.
-I was just leaving.
-I'm sorry. Let me get you another drink.
I've been working on that chair, Leyla came by, we had a row and...
If you had something better to do, you should've just said.
I didn't, I don't.
What can I do to make you stay?
I'll beg. I'll grovel.
I tell you what, I'll be your personal slave 24 hours a day.
All right then, 48 hours a day.
-You're right, I'm a complete idiot.
My day's been a complete disaster,
and now everybody hates me - why should you be different?
I don't hate you, I'm just disappointed.
Last thing I wanted to do was disappoint you.
But I swear, all I want to do now is sit down and have a drink with you.
One wee drink.
And if you want to go home after that, I'll walk you.
So, it's good, this place, is it?
Oh, absolutely. Try the feather steak - it's fantastic.
-There's the door.
Ah, you're early.
-You look fabulous.
Bit nervous, that's all. Are they here yet?
Vincent's here. We've got some business to discuss.
We'll meet Collette later at the restaurant. Come on in.
Hey, Colette, hold on a second. Who's this?
-This is Frances.
-Nice to meet you.
What's she doing here?
-I asked her to come.
-You asked her for dinner. This isnae dinner.
-I cannae relax. I don't know who this is.
-I said it's fine.
OK. Would you excuse me one minute?
Hey, Colette. No, nothing.
Maybe I should just meet you at the restaurant.
I asked you here, you're here.
I don't want to upset him before the night even starts.
Don't you worry. I'll vouch for you.
-You feel you know me well enough to vouch for me?
Could I have a drink?
You like to surprise me, don't you? Well, I've got a surprise for you.
I gave up celebrating them a while ago.
Yeah, well, I'm glad I helped you celebrate this one.
Thank you. It's beautiful.
'Listen, before Vinnie comes back in,
'this is the business end of the evening,
'so anything you hear in the house stays here, OK?'
-I'll get your drink.
Sorry, I think we might have got off on the wrong foot.
I'm Frances. Frances Keener.
Vincent McGregor. Lenny's talked a lot about you.
-And I thought I was scared before!
-It was all good, I assure you.
This is going to sound really corny,
but I'm sure I've met you somewhere before.
-I don't think so, no.
-No, your face is very familiar.
Where do you get your hair cut?
Madeline's in Govan, why?
Who cuts it?
Janine. What is this?
I used to work for her in Edinburgh,
sometimes I fill in for cutters in Govan.
You might have seen me at the salon.
-That'll be it, then.
-Either that or I've got a really common face.
Not at all.
You see, you can be really charming when you put your mind to it!
TELEVISION IS ON
Me and Vince have just got a couple of things to talk about it, OK? I hope you won't get too bored.
Do you want me to go?
No, it's fine.
Do we have to talk business? It's Saturday night.
Why don't we go out and you can talk later?
It'll not take long, darling.
How well do you know these Estonians?
Pretty well. There's a guy, Sander, he's the top dog.
-If we're going to make this work, we're going to have to get him on-side first.
I don't want him calling the shots.
If I'm coming in on this, there's going to be a few ground rules.
Are you OK?
Fine. Excuse me for a moment.
Boring you already, are we?
'You know me so well.'
I know you're listening. I'm not going through with it.
You can tell Lenny who I am, by all means,
but if you do, you lose the chance of getting close to him.
The next noise you'll hear is the wire being flushed down the toilet.
Good night, DI Donald.
Hell, what's the point of having parents that work here
if you can't use the place when you want?
-Are you sure nobody will come in?
-Why would they?
Did you bring...?
-Are you OK?
-Nothing, it's just...
Being in here. In this office, it's... It's weird.
Aye, I know. But we're alone, finally.
Maybe it's... It's just not really how I saw my first time.
How did you see it?
A bit more...romantic? Somewhere warm and cosy.
If you're not happy...
-I am. I am happy.
-No, no. I meant, happy about doing this...
I've been thinking about it for ages.
I'd hate for your first time to be bad.
Then maybe...we should wait. Is that really uncool?
No, don't be daft. It's absolutely cool with me.
Nicole, I'll never make you do anything you don't want to do, darlin'. All right?
-And when I am ready, you'll be the one.
You'd think she'd be more appreciative after the work I put into the chair.
You did break it in the first place.
-Aye. And I admitted that.
What are you saying, that I shouldn't have fixed it in the first place?
Oh, hey. Bearing in mind that she couldn't send it back.
Do you know what? I don't really care.
I'm just asking for your perspective.
No, you're not. You're just talking it out for yourself,
I just happen to be sat here.
Look, we obviously had different ideas about what tonight was about.
I saw it as a chance to chill out and have a laugh.
You saw it as a chance to moan about your day.
Good luck with sorting things out with Leyla.
Who's the vodka tonic for?
Looks like they're both for me now. Cheers, Charlie.
Hey. Did you have a nice time?
Oh, you know. 45-minute queues, wall-to-wall Cliff Richard,
and pensioners fighting over mince pies is exactly my idea of fun(!)
-Was it that bad?
Get anything nice?
Anything for a certain doctor?
Nice try! Actually, your present's sorted...
Hope you didn't go to too much trouble.
You have no idea.
What are you doing back?
I said you could stay out till eleven.
I wanted to come home.
Wonders will never cease!
To talk to you.
It's nothing heavy, it's just.. I think you're right.
I think I'm old enough now to be treated like an adult.
I didn't say you were an adult. I said you could be trusted more.
-Not in my book.
But if I stop acting like a kid and grow up a bit,
then you'll stop treating me like one?
And part of being a grown-up is about being honest, right?
What is all this?
I wasn't with Christina tonight. Leyla, Dad...
..I want you to meet my boyfriend.
Welcome to our home, Stevie.
Popping out again, then?
Going to visit the real power behind the McCabes?
It's none of your business.
It was a couple of hours ago.
Stay away from me, Craig.
Oh, we're back to "Craig" now, are we?
You were pretty bold over a wire.
Let's see how you are face to face.
This isn't over.
-Not until I say it is.
-Is that right?
Well, how's this for over?
Stay away from me.
'How was dinner?'
Very nice. Nice restaurant, nice people.
And was DI Donald happy with what he got?
I took the wire off at Lenny's.
What did you tell DI Donald?
That I'd taken it off.
They were about to discuss the Estonians
and I don't want to be giving Donald any more help than we have to.
Now you're getting the hang of it.
Are you ready for bed?
We could always have a celebratory glass of champagne.
I won't tell, if you don't.
How did it go?
Oh, no! Why?
Different expectations, I suppose.
That's a shame.
I just couldn't get the argument with Leyla out of my head.
Kelly-Marie said that I kept rabbiting on about it.
She wasn't happy.
I mean, did I mess up so badly over the chair?
Yes, yes, you did.
And I can see how it might have got to Kelly-Marie
if you kept on about Leyla all evening.
If a girl is out on a date with someone
and he keeps going on about another woman...
But it's not another woman - this is Leyla.
I'm away to my bed. See you in the morning.
Put the wine between us, and the kids won't notice how much we drink.
You stick with me, babe.
'How is Michael, by the way?'
Big family man, devoted dad, and yet he's not here.
We woke up together. I've hardly seen you since.
I'm too full-on, or I'm suffocating you or whatever.
Folk tell me you're part of this family, so join in the sing-song.
Don't want the wee man thinking you're a grumpy, vicious, spiteful...
He doesn't think that.
-Just trying to spare a ladies' blushes.
-That's rich, given your track record with women!
But you're not "women", are you? You're my brother's wife.
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