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Your wife, and him... they've been having an affair.
Dr Brodie, Cameron Tennant died at 6:20 this evening.
You need to come with us.
This is all my fault. I killed him.
'I've just got a coffee in for you.'
I've got to know Lenny and he's given me
something that I've never felt before.
The feeling of being loved.
-What's going on?!
-What does it look like?
-It's the paper. There's nothing I can do.
-I'll brick your window, I'm serious
-I know you're upset but just...
-He won't touch your stupid window.
-Aye right, well, calm down.
See if there's any more of that tomorrow, I'll do it for him.
I can't believe we have to go to school.
Guys, I know it's horrible but you can't hide away for ever.
That's what Leyla said.
-Where are you going?
-Wherever I feel like.
-Just make sure they get there, OK?
Nicole, wait a second.
Are you not going to school?
-I decided to give it a miss. Thanks for your concern.
Doctor, please don't tell me life goes on.
I'm going to see your dad.
I heard you on to the phone to Christina's mum last night.
Right. I could look into a visitor's order.
You qualify as an adult.
I could see how it goes today. Make sure he's up to it.
Yeah, you do that. You make sure HE'S up to it.
Sorry, you know what I mean.
I'll see you around, Doctor.
Nice one. Ta.
-Have a nice day.
I love seeing you happy.
Yeah, I could get used to it myself.
Ready? One, two, three...
-Thanks for breakfast.
-Pleasure. Thanks for joining us.
I should go. My first appointment's in at half nine.
Tell you what, we'll walk you over to the salon. And then we'll the park, eh?
-You not getting it?
-Nah. Business can wait for a bit.
I'm not sure if that's allowed.
How are you?
Sorry. That's a stupid question.
I brought some books and some food, they're being checked out.
Some phone cards too.
You've been doing your research?
I guess so.
Well, I won't be making any calls.
I thought, to your lawyer...
We've pretty much said all that needs saying.
He's pushing for a deal.
Culpable homicide. Eight years.
Out in four, if I'm lucky.
-So you are pleading guilty, then?
-I am guilty.
-Just beat it, eh?
This is insane.
Seeing you in here like this,
thinking of you in here for all that time.
It's not insane, it's what has to happen to people who do what I did.
Look, why don't you come back after the sentencing?
There's things that can't wait.
The practice. We need to make arrangements.
We need to put wheels in motion.
You're talking about selling my share.
-I called the BMA. For a charge like this...
-I'll be struck off.
It's only right, isn't it?
I can't claim to have healing hands any more, can I?
Talk to my wife.
She can sort out any paperwork.
Yep. Everything's in both our names.
No, I mean, you're sure you want to go ahead with this?
I don't know what else I can do.
No. Well, I'll make a start, then.
I'm so sorry, Michael.
I've got a family to think about.
Have you seen them?
-Leyla's been coming back...
-I meant the kids.
I've seen them. I saw Nicole earlier.
She's 16, Michael. That means a lot of anger and resentment
and hormones at the best of times.
-And this isn't.
The best of times.
This is the nail bar.
Cool. I can't wait to get started.
Well, don't. Start today if you like.
I do like.
Hi, Kelly Marie.
-You're getting on well.
-We're getting on like a house on fire.
I'm going to make a start today if Lenny's happy looking after Callum.
Happy? He's like a big kid himself.
If you say so.
I do say so actually. See, she doesn't know him like we do.
-He's great with Callum, he really is.
Good morning, ladies.
I'll just wait for you in the car.
Thank you, Gus.
There's two pieces of toast in there not been touched.
-I wasn't hungry.
I didn't forget about it, if that's what you're thinking.
Well, we've got half an hour. We could pop into the Oyster
if you're feeling peckish now.
Gina will need to have know about your results sooner or later,
and Eileen too.
There's nothing for you to know yet.
Did Dan say anything before he left?
No, he did not.
It's bad enough dealing with this at the surgery,
I don't want it at home, too.
Not for a while, anyway.
There you go, Frances won't be long.
Thanks. So, how old is your wee lad?
Just turned three in January there.
Wonderful age. Boys are a handful.
Mine certainly was.
He'll be giving his grandad the run-around this morning.
Nice to have folk to help.
I'm dead lucky.
My mum, my gran, my brother.
Even Frances is practically family these days.
She's a gem.
Sorry, my ears are burning now.
This lady was just saying you used to cut her hair.
I've been lost without her.
I'll let you two catch up. Nice to meet you.
What are you playing at?
I had to come and see you.
-I needed to talk to you.
I couldn't stand the thought of not seeing you, not at my time of life.
I'm sorry for everything I said.
All I ask is that you don't shut me out completely.
Who is this?
Listen, listen... Listen!
Unless your information has anything to do with taxis or fruit machines, I'm not interest...
What about her?
Right. Where and when?
Is he in any fit state to be making these sorts of decisions?
This isn't a decision.
This what needs to happen in order for us not to go under.
Right, I'll sign.
And I'll draw up an advert for a new partner.
Let me know I can help with that.
You bought in to this place after reading one of my ads, didn't you?
Nice to see people are putting on brave faces.
Dan's been to see your father.
Is he the butt of your little joke?
Makes a change.
Aren't you going to ask how he is?
I know how he is. He's in prison for killing someone.
-I'm not here to have any kind of conversation with you.
-Then why are you here?
I need money. It's not fair to ask Christina's mum.
None of this is down to her.
-I really don't think apportioning blame is going to help.
-It's OK, Dan, she's right.
Nicole's my responsibility.
I'll come to you for money. Nothing else.
I'm really sorry, I'm going to have to see Malcolm.
It will get better. It will.
I doubt that. I doubt that very much.
-What's the big rush?
-I've got to go out. Work.
-I've got a job of my own and I've left them short. Robbie's not in till this afternoon
-And what happened to a day of quality time with Cal?
-Well, he's asleep and I'm gonnae be back within the hour.
Lenny, I never talk to you about business
I know, and that's why we get on so well
You sounded nervous on the phone. You don't get nervous. Is there a problem?
Somebody phoned me. Told me he had some information for me.
-Some guy? Do you know him?
-So why have you arranged to meet him?
-Because it's about Amber.
Look, if anybody's making prison any harder than it needs to be,
I want to know.
Of course you do. Sorry for being pushy.
The consultant's essentially confirmed what we suspected.
You're suffering from the early stages of dementia.
You're becoming forgetful because your brain is losing the capacity
to make and store new memories.
Early stages. It's going to get worse?
I'm afraid so.
That, I can't tell you.
Am I going to be doolally?
-I need to know, while I can still take it all in.
I'm sorry. On you go.
Is it Alzheimer's?
Alzheimer's is a different type of dementia,
and every case is different.
What can we do, Dan?
The consultant has suggested a couple of options.
Pills. I'll be doped up while I'm still compos mentis?
There are other things that can help. Therapy, memory clinics.
You'll need to hear him out.
It's a lot to absorb. Read these. Talk about it at home.
With each other. With family. With me, if you want.
We'll decide on the best course of treatment together.
Thank you, Doctor.
Oh, hello. Hello.
Lovely shop, isn't it?
Oh! I've overdone it now.
I'll be OK. I just feel a bit peculiar.
Have you taken your medication?
I left them at Colditz.
I wasn't planning to stay away so long.
Where's your nurse?
Gus isn't a nurse. He's a glorified cabbie.
Speak of the devil. Where've you been till now?
Will you come back with me?
I don't mean happy families. Just showing a bit of compassion.
Well, I have to bring Cal.
So, bring him. I'll get this useless swine to drop you back.
Cal, how about you and me go on a wee adventure? Eh?
We knew this was on the cards, my love.
Different when the hand's actually been dealt though, eh?
-Again? Is it not a bit early?
Let the man take a drink if he wants one, Eileen.
No, no, she's right. Time we were off. Come on, Liz.
I was only joking. Give me five minutes and I'll come and join you.
-No, really. We were just leaving.
-Yes, yes, lots to do.
At your age I wouldn't be rushing around for anyone.
Son you'd be surprised at how time can get away from you.
-What are you doing here?
-I've come to collect my laundry, I'll have a drink while I'm waiting.
-Got fed up watching the wean?
-I left Cal with Frances.
I thought it'd be good for him to spend time with somebody with a bit of class just for a change.
How are you feeling?
Bit better, thanks for asking.
He really is useless.
This isn't the right way to the care home.
Gus knows where he's going.
-What are you talking about?
-Just a wee trip down memory lane.
Why have you brought us here?
Lovely spot to bring a kiddy. You always liked it.
Show the wean around.
I bet he'd love to see your old room.
-Why are you doing this?
-Oh, she has to ask.
I want to go. Now. Please.
I suppose he'll be in there long enough.
Your old bedroom.
That's where young Mr Murdoch will be staying
until old Mr Murdoch shows up to collect him.
Gus, pass me the phone.
You can't do this.
Cal, my wee darlin', how would you like to talk to your grandpa?
I don't know what your game is here, mate, but...
Cal, is that you, son?
Hey, what are you playing at? Get the boy back on the phone.
Where's Frances? What's...?
You'll get it.
But if you lay a finger on either of them and I promise you I'll...
RECORD PLAYS: "Maybe" by The Ink Spots
# Maybe you'll ask me
# To come back again
# And maybe I'll say "maybe"
# Maybe... #
# Maybe you'll think of me
# When you are all alone... #
Aren't you lovely? A proper nana.
I can't believe you're doing this to a child.
Thomas was my child.
You can't bring him back.
I know that. Do you think I'm stupid.
No, I think it's much worse than that.
Help the wean. Make sure he stays inside the lines.
I thought I'd get fish for the tea, just for a change.
I could eat the same thing morning, noon and night
and not know the difference.
Come on, now. It's not that bad
All the more reason to make the most of now.
And a wee bit of mackerel's going to do that?
A wee bit of mackerel prepared with care,
enjoyed with the woman you love.
I think there's a lot to be appreciated there.
Aye. Aye, I'm sorry, you're right.
I usually am. Now, should I ask the girls over too?
They're worried about you.
And they're going to worry more.
That's all I'm gonnae be to them from now on - a worry and a burden.
You're their father, nothing changes that.
I wish I could believe you.
Well, you can.
I will call them, but not just yet.
Let it just be us, for a wee while.
You had those with you all the time.
A woman with my ailments can't be too careful.
There's tins of soup if the kid needs feeding.
You've thought of everything, haven't you?
He's got to be in fine fettle when his old grandad gets here.
Do you seriously think Lenny's just going to hand over £200,000?
You wouldn't understand
but some folk'll do anything for their family.
And what's Gus? My second cousin twice removed?
He worked for Tommy. He's loyal. You wouldn't understand that either.
Shame he's not a real nurse, though.
-Then he might come in handy when your medication wears off.
-I've plenty here.
You see, you're wrong about me.
I can be loyal to the people I care about.
-What's going on?
-What are they for?
Wait, no, please.
Shut up! I know what I'm doing.
Like I said, he worked for Tommy.
Don't you hurt him.
I'm not going to hurt the kid
but if anyone tries to get in that room without my say so
and these go up?
On their head be it.
-My ma wasn't just stirring then.
You have dumped Callum.
-He's with Frances.
-He's meant to be with you.
-Something came up.
-Business, you mean?
-And that comes first.
When it has to.
Look, he's fine.
-PHONE RINGS Let me guess, you need to take that?
-Yeah, I really do.
Listen, I need to know they're alive or I'm hanging up right now.
I'll be there.
Sorry to disappoint you.
Don't worry. I'm just here to get some stuff,
then you can have your little love nest back.
What d'you think's happening here. I'm sleeping on the couch.
-Don't control yourself on my account.
-Stop it, Nicole, please?
You went behind your brothers' backs for a woman. Both brothers.
I didn't plan for this to happen anymore than you planned for that guy to die.
You ran away.
Because of you.
Aye, because of me, but your dad was out of his mind
-when he thought that kid had information.
-You don't get to pin that on me.
We all played a part in this - me, Leyla and you.
I need to get back to work. You stay.
See Conor and Adeeb, they'd like that.
No, she's not here just now.
Wait, this is his daughter, Nicole Brodie.
You carrying on wi' guns in front of my grandwean?
-I'll not forget that.
-We weren't playing cops and robbers.
I always preferred blind man's bluff. Put that on.
You look surprised.
Then again, I bet you never thought it'd be an old woman that had you jumping through hoops.
Where's the boy?
Through there, in the bedroom
Do you want a gag to go with those handcuffs?
It'll be all right, I promise you.
Now you should never make promises that you're not going to be able to keep.
Nothing's going to be all right for you, ever again.
Lenny, they've put petrol in Cal's room.
Aye, that's right...
And I was just thinking I might start smoking again.
This is exactly how I wanted it to be
when I formally introduced myself.
I'm Agnes Mccabe.
I can't do anything right, can I?
Where did you get the pills?
You can get anything you want in prison.
Did...did you really try to...
Did you want to...?
Lenny...I'm so sorry.
It's not your fault.
It's not over yet.
Back with us, Murdoch? We checked on the wee one, he's having a nap too.
I suppose I can see a bit of a family resemblance.
What is it with you McCabes, eh?
First, big bad Tommy couldn't beat my daughter, now you're onto my grandson?
You shut your mouth unless you want it shutting permanently!
Yeah? Then who would show you where the money is?
We've got the money.
Aye, a wee bit.
Where's the rest?
It's near. As soon as I see her drive off with the boy,
I'll take you to it.
I could do with the cash. Aye, I could.
But if I don't have it to comfort me in my old age,
I'll make do with remembering the look on your face
when the fire starts and you hear your precious boy screaming.
No more games.
Go, get it, bring it here,
and you'd better hope I don't run out of patience in the meantime.
Was it an accident?
What difference does it make?
I need to know you're not going to try and do it again.
Please, promise me.
I'm so sorry.
I can't lose you.
Oh, Nicole. You already have.
That kid, he wasn't much older than you
It was my fault. I should never have run away.
No. No, you were...
You were let down, you were betrayed.
I hate the two of them so much.
Hey. Not just by Gabriel and Leyla. By me too.
You couldn't come to me, you couldn't trust me.
I've come to you now.
-Are you OK? Do you need the nurse?
No, just some water.
I'll be right back.
I'm not going anywhere.
No. You're not.
Not much further.
Because I didn't sign up for a hike in the woods.
Oh, aye? What did you sign up for? Stealing weans?
The kid'll be OK, Lenny, if you what you're told.
Tough guy, eh?
I'm a professional.
As far as I know, professionals leave kids out of it.
-Times are hard.
-Yeah? There must be better jobs.
There's worse, I can tell you that.
I did 18 months private security in Iraq.
That's where I learned to make those fireworks I set up at the house.
-They can do a lot of damage.
-All right, I said I get your point.
Look what I found. Toss it.
Just get it over with.
Son, if this had a silencer on it, you'd be dead already.
I don't know why I'm looking at this, I don't understand any of it.
You're pretending you care.
I'm not pretending.
No matter what's happened, Michael, I can't bear the thought of you killing yourself.
I thought it might make life easier for you.
We've all made mistakes.
We've all done wrong, Nicole. All of us.
I didn't know what else to do!
I still don't.
You get through it.
We all do.
What do you mean?
Serve your sentence, then rebuild your life.
Your family. We need you.
I need some rest.
You should probably go.
No. Not until you promise me you'll never try that again, OK?
Tell her, Michael.
I can't promise anything.
Promise me that you'll be out in time for my graduation.
Promise me that the day I get married,
you'll walk me down the aisle.
Dad, promise me that...
that when I have kids you'll be the best grandad ever.
Tell me we can still have all that.
I wish I could.
You can, Michael. You CAN have all those things.
Your family will be waiting for you when you get out. All of us.
He doesn't want you!
But he needs me.
Is that what you want?
All of us to be together? As a family?
That's all I ever wanted.
It's all right, it's gonnae be all right.
What's taking them so long?
Maybe Lenny's offered him a better deal, a bigger share of the cash.
Why don't you call, see what's happening?
The thing is, you can't trust phones out here in the wilds.
-Maybe I'll just send a smoke signal.
You heard her.
Sit down, you old crone.
You keep an eye on her while I go and get Cal.
-If she moves, shoot her.
The door, it's wired up.
-So is the window, I think.
-Is that right?
Oh, aye. Gus was very thorough.
Shame you didn't bring him back with you
cos he's the only one that knows how it all works.
I'll call the police. Bomb squad.
Good idea. They probably diffuse roadside bombs
in Sauchiehall Street all the time.
I can't leave him in there.
You know what weans are like at that age, into everything.
She's right. That's what I was like.
That's how I know there's a panel in there, on the wall by the window.
And if you pull it off, there's a crawl space,
big enough to get a child through,
gets you out into the garden.
How can you know all that?
I grew up here.
And that's how me and my brother used to get away
from our bitch of a mother.
Tommy McCabe was my brother.
Your face! Your face is an absolute picture.
Go and get the boy.
Listen to your grandad, son, OK?
You're going to find a secret way out of this room.
That'll be good, eh? Eh?
We need to go before he comes back and throws a match in.
Yes. Now, come on.
I'd rather take my chances in a fire.
I need to get back to the home, I don't feel right.
Oh, here we go again.
I mean it this time.
-Shame I chucked your medication then, eh?
Call an ambulance.
I was thinking of taking a taxi actually, but I might as well walk.
If you leave me here I'll die.
Not you, Mum. You're a survivor.
Would you care for a cup of tea, dear?
No, I was just in to see my dad for a minute.
Actually, he's having a little lie down.
-Is he OK?
Well, I mean...
Liz, gonnae just give me it straight, eh?
Tell the truth and shame the devil, eh, Gina?
What on earth... Why?
Are you OK, Dad?
Don't I look OK?
I thought you were having a little sleep.
Ah, there'll be plenty of time for that.
Right now I feel like an evening out.
You think I'm confused, don't you?
Well, I'm not. I know exactly what has to be done.
And if you ladies care to join me, I'll tell you all about it.
Whatever you want.
He's going to be OK.
We're all going to get on with our lives, now, OK?
I'm home to stay.
And Uncle Gabriel's going to go back to his place,
isn't that right?
We'll be fine.
I'll see you guys later, eh?
Dad, you seem to be handling things really well. I'm proud of you.
Well, I've had a wee wobble, I expect I'll have more.
But I've got this one's hand to steady the ship.
What is it they say? Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
Is there anything we should do? Speak to the specialist?
Och no, Dr Dan has been marvellous.
We'll just make sure we pop in more often.
Which is the good thing about us being on the doorstep.
Aye, well, our doorstep might be changing.
-What do you mean, Dad?
Yes! I would quite like to know the answer to that question too!
Well, it was something the doctor said this morning,
about how I won't be able to make new memories, right?
So all that leaves is new experiences.
And I won't get that looking at the same four walls.
You want us to move?
That's exactly what I want.
I'm not talking about the ends of the earth,
-I'm talking about Loch Lomond.
-That's far enough away.
It's half an hour away.
I'll have the same doctor, and the same consultant.
So you're not selling up?
Not at all. Gabe and Dan can be tenants instead of lodgers
to cover the rent on our new place,
and the house stays you girls' inheritance.
You've got this all worked out, haven't you?
-I've given it a lot of thought.
-life's going to get a lot harder.
-And you're gonnae get more forgetful.
It's an awful lot for Liz to take on.
I know that. And I know I'll need help.
All the more reason to make the most of every day. Can't you see that?
I can. And I'm the one that's going with you.
It's going to be wonderful.
So, girls, can we have your blessing?
-So, how's Leyla?
-I'll give her a call in a couple of days.
-You do that.
Same again for your table, ladies?
Yes, please, and a lime and soda.
Dr Dan will be joining us shortly.
Well, I don't know if you're being wise or foolish,
but you have got some guts, Liz.
Oh, Eileen, I didn't have a choice in the matter.
This may be the last big decision in your father's life.
I had to let him make it.
You seen a wee bit of your grandpa after all?
All right, Ma, play nice. Did you have a good time?
Oh, he had a great adventure, didn't you?
Sorry he's a bit grubby, I took him a wee walk out in the country.
-He's a boy, he's meant to be grubby. Has he eaten yet?
-Do you want to stay and call Frances?
-I should get going.
Show the gentleman out, Kelly Marie.
-I know where the door is.
-Thanks for looking after him.
I'm his grandad, it's my job.
Whoever you are.
Six months. That's playing the long game, all right.
My mother blamed you for Tommy's death.
I would've shot him if I got the chance.
And what were you? Her wee secret weapon, is that it?
You know, you could have made a living on the stage.
And you'd certainly make a few quid in a brothel.
Am I not allowed to compliment you anymore?
You can call me all the names under the sun. I deserve it.
That's something we agree on.
He was my brother, Lenny. I did it out of family loyalty.
If anyone can understand that, you can.
You know what I cannae understand? What you're doing back here.
You're taking your life in your hands, believe me.
I don't think I will. Get out.
Say goodbye to Cal for me...
Don't you say his name! Don't you say his name.
That boy could've died today.
I helped... I helped you get him out, Lenny!
He wouldn't have been there in the first place if it wasn't for you.
I trusted you with the most precious thing I had in my life
and you nearly destroyed it, you lying, cheating...
I played no part in it. It was my mother.
She knew she couldn't use me to get to you any more.
Why not? You were doing such a bang-up job, as well.
Because she knew that I was in love with you.
You've told your last lie to me, woman.
HE GROWLS WITH FRUSTRATION
Today you believed me.
Even when you knew who I really was.
Yeah. Yeah, I did.
Doesn't that mean something?
Doesn't that mean you love me too?
Yeah, I love you, Frances.
I love you just enough to stop squeezing before I crushed your windpipe.
I love you so much I'm going to give you ten seconds
to get the hell out of here and never come back.
(I never meant...)
It's been a long day.
½I think I'm going to head up to bed.
I was wrong.
I never thought you'd make it out alive.
Well, I did. And now I just want to get away.
I can help with that.
I'll need some information, obviously.
You'll get it.
An entire criminal network. Names, addresses, money laundering,
drugs, prostitution all yours.
And Lenny at the top.
I'm talking about the McCabe business.
My brother might be dead,
but I can give you everyone who ever worked for him.
This you burning all your bridges in one go?
-It's my offer. Take it or leave it.
-Oh, I'll take it.
Even if it's just to see the look on your mother's face.
Frances couldn't take the stand against you,
not since she was sleeping with both of us.
She was worth it, don't you think?
-I do have an appointment.
-OK, OK, name?
Dr Miriam Stubbs.
Are you from the paper? In that case, you can have two words.
Aye, and she doesn't mean no comment.
-They'll be wrapping fish suppers in it tomorrow.
Have you not seen the paper, hen?
Are those my earrings? Go upstairs and take them off.
Is that what my uncle used to say to you?
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