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'She doesn't want to be found. Not by me.
'It's me she's running away from.'
I was too hard on her.
I was trying to protect her but I drove her away.
-Where is she?
-See you later, pal.
Where's my daughter?
Mr Tennant has been the victim of a serious assault.
-We don't know yet. But whoever it was wasn't messing about.
Hi, I'm enquiring about a young man who was taken in last night.
Yeah, I'll hold.
KNOCKING AT DOOR
I need you to come down to the station.
She's handed herself in.
She handed herself in to the police.
Yeah, just waiting for her to come back just now.
I need to go.
-I'm so sorry.
It's OK. You're back now.
Nothing else matters.
I need to chat over a few things with Nicole on her own. Is that OK?
Yeah, of course.
Dr Brodie, would you like to come with me?
See you in a minute, OK?
Just take a wee seat here, Nicole.
Wondered if I could ask you a few questions, Dr Brodie?
-The assault on Cameron Tennant.
It happened very close to your house.
I wonder if you saw or heard anything
between six and seven last night?
How is he, by the way? Tennant?
He's in a critical condition in ITU.
Fractured skull and internal bleeding.
We need to talk to you about what's been going on.
Do you think you feel up to that right now?
Do you want to do that here, or would you rather do it at home?
I'd rather go home.
-Oh, thank God!
So did he say where she's been? Why she ran away?
I don't know anything, other than she's back.
You know this changes everything, don't you?
Nicole's back. We can tell Michael.
It's too soon.
I don't know.
Making sure Nicole is safe and well is the most important thing
So let's just get through today.
-I'll call you later, OK?
Hey, you. Happy birthday.
It's been good so far.
How does it feel to be 25?
I feel a maturity sweeping through me as we speak.
You look a bit older. I might have to trade you in.
Oh, really? We'll see about that.
Oh, aye, what's goin' on here? You been there all night?
We were just watching a DVD and got talking
-and just decided to...
-What? Behave like teenagers?
Well, we thought we should, now he's no longer a boy.
Oh, happy birthday! Aww, I completely forgot!
-Can I buy you a birthday pint later in the Ship?
-You can buy me two.
-Shame the others are up north, eh?
-Bob and Stella?
Aye. It was a last minute thing.
-They've gone to that place they went for their honeymoon.
-Aww. That's so sweet.
Right, I'd better be going. I'll see you later.
That's so romantic of Bob and Stella.
Love it - just waking up one day and deciding to go off on a whim.
Life's too short.
That's what I love about you.
That you actually believe that.
It was one of the first things I noticed.
Really? I thought it was something else.
-Where are you going?
-For a shower.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
Anybody I know?
-See you later.
Now is not a good time.
'Surely you can spare five minutes?'
'I've just got a coffee in for you.'
What are you doing here?
I had to do something, didn't I?
The visits have stopped, the phone calls have stopped...
I've been busy. Look, I don't have time for this right now.
Then you're just going to have to make time. Sit down!
What is it?
Open it and find out.
How did you even know about this?
I hope you don't mind. You mentioned it ages ago.
Of course I don't mind.
This is amazing.
It's great, Charlie. It made me cry.
You really liked it?
I had a publisher interested, but it never came to anything.
When was the last time you wrote anything?
That was the first time in ages I felt driven to do it.
Well, maybe that's the answer. Go travelling.
We can't just up and leave.
Is it what you want to do?
I'd love to go travelling again.
But mostly, I want to be with you.
And to see you happy.
That's good, then, because being with you makes me very happy.
I've got to go. I'm so sorry I couldn't get the day off.
It's cool. I need to go to Gourock to see my parents anyway.
Maybe it's a good thing I'm working.
Not at all. They love you.
It's just me that they've got a problem with.
See you later.
Think about what I said.
I can't believe you've come here. You could blow everything.
Mind your tone, Vivien.
-This is urgent.
-What is it?
The courts have frozen my assets.
I can't access any money. Not even to pay bills.
They can't just do that, can they?
They've come up with some trumped-up charges
and my lawyers tell me they can keep them frozen
until I can prove they're not the from proceeds of crime.
And that takes a while,
for a woman in my position.
Well, I've got a bit put aside.
I need more than loose change.
You are going to steal it from Murdoch.
We missed you!
Nicole has been through a tough time.
-We need to take things at her pace.
Where have you been?
-Right, you two, off to school.
-Are you serious?
The police need to talk to Nicole properly.
-We can continue the reunion later.
-C'mon, I'll get you along.
Good to have you back.
-I'll be back later.
We should start.
Is it OK if your dad stays for this?
-It's up to you.
-Whatever you want. If you'd rather I wasn't here...
-I want you to.
Actually, I'd rather if it was just my dad.
-That's OK with you, isn't it, Leyla?
-Yeah. Yeah, of course.
Surely there must be somewhere else you can get money from.
Of course there is. But I'm asking you.
This isn't a good idea.
Because Lenny's not stupid. He'd realise the money was missing.
Well, then, you're going to have to be clever, aren't you?
He owns cabs, an arcade and a share in this place.
The man is swimming in money.
How do you know about this place?
I've been top of my game for a long time,
I've people who keep me up to date.
I hear you and Lenny like to dine out on Wednesdays.
Same spot every week, isn't it?
Like I said, be clever and you'll be fine.
I'll have to see what I can do.
You'll get it.
And you'll get it today.
Can you tell us about Cameron Tennant? He was friends with Stevie?
He used to be.
And you liked him?
I suppose he was a bit like Stevie. Bit of a charmer.
How did you end up staying with him?
I thought he'd help me find Stevie.
He said he was in touch with him and he gave me somewhere to stay.
But Stevie was in jail.
I didn't find that out till later.
When you realised Cameron was lying, you still stayed with him. Why?
He's good at controlling people. He twists things.
He knew things weren't good at home...
It's OK, Nicole. No-one's going to get upset. She can say whatever she wants, can't she?
Of course. On you go.
He said that if my family really wanted to find me, then they would've done.
And what was the point in going home if I hated it so much?
I thought he was right. It made sense.
You say he was controlling.
Did he get you to do anything you didn't want to do?
Can you say any more?
Cammy was planning on making money from me.
Sexually, I mean.
Did he say that to you?
No, but there was this girl, Angie.
She worked for him. He introduced me to her and she told me about the parties.
-Did you get a surname?
-What did she say about the parties?
Cammy had some boys coming round.
He wanted us to...
..keep them happy.
That's when I knew I needed to get away.
Did anyone ever make you do anything you didn't want to do?
-Was Cameron ever physically abusive to you?
-He never hit me, no.
-He's not going to hurt you now.
So, where did you go when you left?
Nowhere in particular.
I walked the streets for a bit and met some people,
they told me about a hostel and I managed to get in there.
I only stayed for a few nights. It was horrible.
The other girls were really scary, aggressive.
-Did anyone hurt you?
-No. But I couldn't sleep.
There was so much noise. Always someone roaring.
Nowhere felt safe. I didn't know what to do.
I just curled myself into a ball.
I was so exhausted, but I couldn't sleep.
You people just moved me on.
Everyone else just ignored me.
How did you get by?
It was weird.
People just looked right through me.
Except one woman.
I didn't even know what to say to her.
I just cried. She gave me money
-and told me to phone home.
-I wish you had.
-I did. Once.
But I just hung up.
It must have been a tough decision to come home.
I had to come back.
I wouldn't have made it. I couldn't have survived like that.
You're doing really great, Nicole.
Would you like to take a little break? That's OK, isn't it?
Just a couple of things before that. All right?
-How did you manage to get out of Cameron's flat?
He was out. Angie let me go.
When was this? Roughly?
-A week ago.
-And did you see him again after you left the flat?
Are you aware that he was attacked last night?
Seems a bit coincidental, doesn't it, Nicole,
that you arrive home the day after Cameron is found unconscious?
I got as far away from him as possible. I didn't know where he was.
Oh, that's right. This lady, Angie, helped you escape a week ago
and you've been wandering the streets ever since.
You can check with the hostel if you like. I've been nowhere near him.
-Are you sure about that?
Tell me again. When was the last time you saw Cameron Tennant?
I haven't seen him in a week.
Michael, what is it?
I just need to get some air, that's all...
Dr Brodie? Are you all right?
It must be difficult... Hearing her talk about this.
Why talk to her like a criminal? She's the victim.
Dr Brodie, a man who was threatening Nicole is seriously ill in hospital.
I have to ask the question. It's my job.
If you'd done your job then that scumbag wouldn't be terrifying my daughter or Christina.
-Why was she terrified?
-Tennant was threatening her as well.
-How do you know this?
I...bumped into her yesterday.
And you didn't think to tell us?
I had a missing daughter, or had you forgotten the victim again?
Is it true?
Are you OK?
Yeah. Are you?
Nicole's home. That's all that matters.
Think it's someone you might like to see.
I thought you were dead...
I need to see you...
No, it can't wait. It's urgent...
-Want a birthday pint?
No. Gotta run. I'm late for lunch. I just wanted to check. What you said this morning...
-you mean it?
-Is everything OK?
-Never been better.
OK. See you later. Oh, Charlie. I love you.
I love you too.
Much as I enjoy our country strolls, do you fancy telling me
what was so urgent?
I just needed to meet somewhere private.
Does your mum know you're here?
It's her I want to talk to you about.
What about her?
Her assets have been frozen.
She can't pay her bills, she's going to get thrown out of her care home.
Nothing to worry about, eh? It's not like anything's going to happen to you.
You're a dab hand at getting what you want.
Look! I'm sorry, right? I didn't want any of this!
At first I thought you were just naive.
A little girl playing dress-up.
That you weren't really a McCabe - you weren't made for this world.
I wasn't. I'm not.
But then I realised - you might not be a professional criminal,
but you're a damn good amateur.
You, Tommy, your mum. All the same.
Everything you do is out of self-interest.
-I did it out of loyalty.
So if you had to choose between Lenny and your mother, who'd it be?
She's an old woman.
She's ill, and she's gonnae die if they throw her out on the streets.
After all I've done for you, you can't do me this one favour?
After all you've done for me?
Look, it's out of my hands anyway. It's with the courts now.
-You knew about this?
-I've heard some things.
Then make some calls, help me out.
Yeah. Just as soon as you give me what I want.
Didn't think so.
Please... I'm desperate.
What exactly is it you think I do for a living?
I've been chasing Murdoch for the best part of a year
and I've got nothing to show for it.
I'm not exactly employee of the month.
Now you want me to tell my boss I'm going to let Agnes McCabe slip through our fingers too?
It was you. You did this! You brought my mother into this.
It's my job!
You said you'd protect me!
Vivienne, you made your own choice.
He said he was gonnae hurt you.
Cammy did. When?
You saw him yesterday?
What do you think happened?
I don't know. I don't care who did it.
None of this would've happened if it wasn't for me.
You can't blame yourself.
Why not? If I hadn't met Stevie.
If I hadn't run off looking for him.
If I had listened to you and come home. I'm so sorry.
You weren't to know how things were going to turn out.
I'm just glad you're OK.
I'm so sorry, Nicole.
Making you run away like you did...
I want you to hear this.
I've been a terrible father...
I was doing what I thought was best.
But I got it all wrong.
You've grown up.
I had no right to keep treating you like a child.
You wanted to be with Stevie. I tried.
I did, I really did.
Told him if he cleaned up his act, I'd think about letting him see you.
I should have just kept out of it.
I was trying to protect you. All I did was push you away.
Dad, it's OK now...
It's not just you I've messed up with.
The boys, can't even look at them without snapping their heads off.
As for Leyla...
What about her?
Things aren't good between us.
-You don't want to hear it.
I want to know.
While you were missing, instead of pulling us together...
..I just pushed us apart.
But it's going to be OK now.
You're back. We're going to make a fresh start.
Aye, aye. Should you not be in the salon?
-I've cancelled all my appointments today.
What is it?
Lenny, I've not been entirely honest with you...
It's about my mother...
What about her?
She's not dead. She's very much alive.
Lenny, please say something.
-You lied to me.
So can I get the truth now?
We've never been close. We don't even talk any more.
Why are you telling me this anyway now?
Because I don't know what else to do.
She's behind on the payments to her care home and she needs my help.
If you don't even talk, why are you even considering it?
Because despite everything, she's my mother.
The only family I've got left.
Anyway, my problem not yours.
-How much do you need?
-That's not why I told you.
Will five grand cover it?
I'll pay you back, I promise.
I don't want the money. I want the truth.
-Here you go.
You got five minutes?
Is everything OK?
-I asked my dad for a loan.
-And he just said yes?
No. He gave me a cheque for fifteen thousand pounds.
But there's strings attached.
He wants me to use it as a deposit on a house.
He's about to retire so he wants me to takeover the business.
What about writing and travelling?
This way, we could have a really comfortable life.
Listen, Charlie, I love you.
But running a chippie and staring blankly out a window
in between serving grease to school kids and drunks is not for me.
I'm twenty five years old. I have to do something with my life.
What do you think I should do?
You need to do what you think's right.
I'm glad you said that.
Because that is exactly, what I decided to do.
My dad took a lot of convincing, but he came round.
-What do you mean?
-We are going to take this money and go travelling.
Just you and me. And we're going to see everything that there is to see.
We're not going to settle down, no, not unless it feels right.
You should get back to work.
-..one more thing.
-What is it?
What I said this morning about wanting to be with you.
I meant it.
I know your divorce hasn't came through yet, but when it does...
Will you marry me?
Of course I will.
I just need to ask you a few questions about Cameron Tennant.
Is that OK?
I was speaking to Dr Brodie earlier.
Did you speak to Cameron yesterday?
-Do you know what time that was?
About two o'clock?
And that was the last time you saw him?
He was looking for cash to get away and he threatened me.
I was on my way to meet him when I met Dr Brodie.
When was this?
Six? I told Mr Brodie that Cameron was around.
But you know all this anyway, he said he was going to ring
and tell you...
Thanks, Christina. You've been really helpful.
I'll see myself out.
What is it?
-I don't know. She seems distant.
-At least she's safe.
Yeah. It's just...
There's something different about her.
You're worrying over nothing.
She was a wee bit funny with me earlier too.
She was fine with the boys.
She's just having to readjust.
It'll be the strain and the stress of everything she's been through.
She'll be fine...
..I promise. Everything's going to be OK.
Do you want me to come with you?
I can do it on my own... Thanks again.
-You don't know what this means.
-I've told you, don't mention it again.
You're a good man, Lenny.
-What is it?
I told you I don't want secrets.
Remember you talked about moving in together. Buying that house?
Well, if the offer still stands, the answer's yes.
Compliments to the chef.
It's really nice.
I need to say something.
I've acted like an idiot.
-I have to say this, Nicole.
I've put this family at risk.
I've done some really stupid things.
Dad, it's not your fault.
Nicole, I only did it because I love you.
I love you so much.
It's me. I... I hate myself.
I just get angry, and I know it's happening.
I feel the red mist descending, I can't stop it.
Maybe if I hadn't bottled it up it wouldn't have happened.
I pushed you away, I should have been letting you in.
-I'm sorry, Leyla.
You don't know what I've done.
It's been tough on all of us, Mike.
Gabe, you've been there the whole time.
Even if I was an ungrateful sod.
What're families for, eh?
-I don't believe this.
-What's wrong, Nicole?
Are you two really just going to sit here while my dad takes the blame?
-No, Dad, it's not fair!
-Just calm down, Nicole...
Are you not going to tell him?
Tell him what?
You know what I'm talking about!
Nicole, what is this?
Dad...you're not the reason I left.
Your wife...and him.
They've been having an affair.
I saw them kissing after Bob's wedding.
You must have made a mistake.
Oh, God, no...
Please tell me this isn't true.
Please, Leyla. Just, erm... Just tell me she got it wrong, please...
Don't come near me.
Nicole, I need you to do something for me.
I told Conor and Adeeb I'd meet them from football after school.
Will you do that for me, please?
Take them to the Oyster or something.
Don't bring them back here right away.
Dad, I'm sorry... I couldn't lie any more.
Don't say a word.
I raised you.
I know you did.
I was no more than a kid myself but I brought you up.
I put you before everything.
I'm so sorry.
Oh, you're sorry?
How do you pay me back? When my life's falling apart?
When my daughter's missing? You sleep with my wife behind my back.
Hit me. I deserve it.
And make you feel better? I don't think so.
I'm so sorry, Michael.
We didn't want you to find out like this.
All the time Nicole was missing, you were at it
with my brother behind my back.
-It wasn't like that, Michael.
Well, tell me, cos I'm all ears. What exactly WAS it like?
She's my wife.
You're my brother.
I said, get out!
I want to explain.
Don't want to hear it.
Make you feel better, would it?
Nothing will make me feel better right now.
Yeah, I know how you feel.
I felt pushed out.
My daughter was missing, possibly dead.
Our problems started way before Nicole went missing.
Michael, things haven't been right between us for a long time.
That's no excuse.
What I did was unforgivable...
You slept with my brother.
All I've ever done is try to be a good husband and father.
I know you have.
Do you love him?
Michael, don't do this.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Dr Brodie, you need to come with us.
Dr Michael Brodie, you're being detained under
the terms of section 14 of the Criminal Procedure (Scotland) Act...
Michael, what's happening?
-You are not obliged to say anything,
anything you do say will be noted and may be used in evidence.
Do you understand?
Yeah. Tennant's woken up, hasn't he?
Dr Brodie, Cameron Tennant died at 6.20 this evening.
You need to come with us.
What's going on?
Cameron Tennant's dead.
I said, go inside!
I hate you.
For the benefit of the tape, present are DC Rachel Grant,
DC Gareth Fraser, Dr Michael Brodie
and Mr Christopher Lipton, solicitor.
The time is 7.40pm.
Dr Brodie, did you see Mr Tennant yesterday?
Yes I did.
I hit him.
I can't remember how many times, but I hit him with an iron bar.
This is all my fault.
I killed him.
How did you get it?
He gave it to me.
He must appreciate what you do for him.
That's 5,000. It'll keep you going for a while.
Never mind that. I'm done waiting.
I don't have much time left
and I want to see that man pay for what he's done.
We bring Murdoch down...now.
-I'm sorry. I can't do it.
I'm not the right person.
Murdoch killed your brother. You should be the right person.
I'm sorry. I can't go through with it.
Does family mean nothing to you?
Your own flesh and blood lies cold in the ground.
Believe me, I didn't mean for any of this to happen.
I don't believe what I'm hearing.
I've got to know Lenny. He's not who I thought he was.
He's given me something that I've never felt before.
And what is that?
The feeling of being loved.
All my life, you've told me what to do and I've done it.
Sometimes you were grateful and I craved those moments.
But you always kept me at arms length.
You never allowed me to feel loved.
Maybe you're not even capable of it.
Oh, I'm capable.
I loved Tommy. Remember him?
He made me proud.
And now you're in love with the man who took him from me.
This is over.
I'm sorry, too.
I'm sorry you're still here and Tommy isn't.
I can get five grand anywhere.
Trust and loyalty are not things you can buy.
Now, get out!
First one for the bride to be!
How'd it go?
It was fine.
Well, let's have a toast. To...the future.
ALL: The future!
The charge is that you, Michael Brodie, on 13th March 2012,
at Montego Street in Glasgow, did assault Cameron Tennant...
..strike him on the body with an iron bar or other such instrument,
punch him repeatedly on and around the head and body,
whereby he died of his injuries and you did murder him.
Do you understand?
-For a charge like this...
-I'll be struck off.
Can't exactly claim to have healing hands any more, can I?
I won't have any conversation with you.
I'll come to you for money, nothing else.
Will you come back with me?
I'll have to ring Cal.
-This isn't the way to the care home.
-Gus knows where he's going.
How would you like to talk to your grandpa?
Hey, what're you playing at? Put the boy back on the phone.
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