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I'm trying to help you, all right?
You don't know what they're like.
We can keep you safe.
Stop wasting our time and just tell us what you know.
-Detective Constable Cooper, wait outside.
Hitching your wagon to Lenny Murdoch's not the smart thing to be doing right now.
He's on the way out. Everybody knows that.
What if it gets out? What if Angie gets hurt because of it.
What if she gets hurt because of something you didn't say?
# I'm invisible... #
Conor, I really don't need this in the morning.
-It's not my fault. You were rushing us.
-Just go and get it.
# You can't even see me
# Drift through walls and tables
# And you still don't believe me
# I'm not one to give up
# But I feel I'm at a loss
# To you I'm invisible. #
A couple of letters came for you in the post this morning.
There was this one which I think's some kind of a business thing...
and then there was this one.
Well, give it to him.
Looks like it's from the prison.
You not going open it?
Will you leave the lad alone, Liz?
It's from Michael. He wants to see me.
Right? That's me off.
Gabriel's had a letter from Michael. He wants to see him.
That's great news. Listen, tell him I was asking for him.
So, when can you go?
Well, it says here, today.
Between three and five.
Oh, he'll be so pleased to see you.
Yeah, well, we'll see. I don't know if I can get anyone to cover for me at the arcade.
Oh, I can help you out for goodness sake.
You? In an arcade?
I can do a couple of hours
if it means the boy's going to get to see his brother.
You just let me know son.
It's a good sign, him asking to see you.
Shows he's coming to terms with what's happened.
He's lucky he's still got a brother he can turn to.
Leyla, will you wait a second!
-Got another load of fags and booze coming in.
You reckon you can help me shift them?
Sure. Aye, I'm sure I can.
Same cut as the last time. Just keep Lenny out of it.
Aye, aye fine.
I've got something else I need to speak to you about.
Seeing as we're doing such good business together.
Where in the name of God is he?
-Is everything all right?
-No, it's not!
Have you seen Lenny?
Not today, no.
I've got a delivery man here and I can't get in to his office to get the cash tin to pay him.
Have you not got a spare key?
Aye. But Jimmy took it with him on an airport run to Edinburgh this morning.
-Well have you not tried phoning him?
No, Lenny. He's usually got his phone on him.
Of course I did. He must have left it in his office,
I could hear it ringing in there.
Look, I'll tell you what, why don't you check the arcade see if he's there,
I'll have a look about here.
Lenny you in there?
-Lenny? You all right?
-What's it look like? Give us a hand up, will you?
HE GROANS IN PAIN
The arcade's not... What in the name...
Well, I don't know what you think you're doing
-but Lenny'll murder you when he sees that you've busted in his door.
-Aye well. Here's your tin.
What's that? Is there somebody in there?
I think he had a bit of a late one last night.
-He wants to just sleep it off in the office.
-Is he okay?
-I wouldn't go in there if I was you. Not unless you want your ear nipped.
-Aye. Aye right enough.
Maybe the best thing for you to do is,
go and sort out the delivery driver, and see when you're done,
-go and get us a couple of black coffees from the cafe.
-Aye. That's probably the best thing.
I'll just go and sort this driver out.
-Lenny, what are you doing?
-I need my phone.
Just...sit where you are.
Don't tell me what to do, all right?
I went over on my ankle.
I'll be fine in a wee bit.
Look at you, you're in pain.
I just need a couple of paracetamol I'll be fine.
Will you just leave it for a second?
Look, Fraser told me...
about the MS.
I'll kill him.
People are going to understand...
Now you listen. Nobody hears about this, you understand me?
You think I'm going to have them look at me like I'm some kind of cripple!
All right, so my leg gets numb sometimes,
I jumped up on it too quick, that was all.
You're going to need to see someone...
-We need to get you across to the doctors' get that leg looked at.
-Are you deaf?
Fine. Then we'll get Dan we'll bring him here.
Close the door.
I don't want her coming back and seeing me like this.
Right then, I'll be back as soon as I can.
Look, as I said earlier, unless it's an emergency
we definitely won't be able to fit you in today.
Yes, well I'm sorry too.
Everything all right?
I'm fine. Just a lot going on at home.
-If there's anything I can do to help...?
-I can cope thanks.
Good news about Michael and Gabe patching things up?
He got a letter this morning.
-Michael's asked him to come and visit.
-Forget Dan. What the hell were you thinking?
-What? I don't have time for this.
-You can't go and see Michael.
Well that's strange - considering he was the one that wrote to me.
You can't... I don't want you in there upsetting him.
And since when did you get to tell me what to do?
I'm his wife.
Yeah, and I'm his brother. Now I need to see Dan.
You can't just barge...
-I need you to come across to the cab firm.
-Gabe, I've got a patient.
I told you I'm fine.
We need to get that injury to your leg checked out.
-What have you been doing, painting my picture?
-I mean at the hospital.
I'm not going to any hospital?
Look, why don't you just bandage it up and you can get off.
Because it needs X-rayed and I can't do that at the surgery.
Besides...numbness, pins and needles, it's a symptom of your MS.
You should really be talking to a consultant about how things are going.
I can call ahead if you like...?
You're loving this aren't you.
Me sitting here all helpless and you standing there playing God.
I'm just telling you how it is.
You're ill and now you're injured because of it.
You need to start talking to the experts.
'Well, if you're no help to me then why are you still here?'
'I'm trying to do the right thing...'
'Go on then! Go! Get out.'
You want to see if you can talk some sense into him? Cos I've had it.
So listen, I sent Molly for a spot of lunch. But she's not daft -
-she's not gonnae buy the hangover excuse forever.
-She'll be fine. I'll deal with it.
You really need to start listening to Dr Dan. If he's saying you should see a specialist then...
You gonnae leave it?
I don't need you or anybody else to tell me what to do.
Right, then. Then I'll go will I? Just leave you here?
Sort yourself out?
You're going to have to start facing up to this.
It's not going to go away on its own.
I can't let THEM see me like this.
We'll get you into the car while Molly's across the road.
Nobody's going to see anything.
It's just you getting into a car.
So are you going to do this, or am I going to leave you here?
Careful. That's three weeks work there!
Don't want to hand it in with your breakfast all over it.
Will! You seen my jumper?
Bottom of the wardrobe.
-Where are my shoes?
It's like having a kid.
You tried down the back of the drawers?
It's like you and me are squatting in their house.
-You got a problem with me and Will?
Cos you didn't seem that bothered when you tucked into the Sunday roast we bought you all.
-Look, if you want money for the...
-It's the money for the gas, and the leccy, and the TV licence
that you've been going to give us for the past four months.
I told you. Raymond is slow at paying. You'll get it.
Deek, when's the council tax due?
Eh... next Wednesday.
So how about getting the money together for sending off by the end of today?
-I'm up for that.
-Fine by me.
-That's it sorted then.
Is Leyla in?
Since when did you start visiting?
Well, I haven't seen her for a while. I thought it might be nice to catch up.
Right. So why you really here?
Am I keeping you?
You look as if you're on your way out.
Be my guest.
Hey. I'm not interrupting am I? I just...
Are you okay?
You look awful.
What? Yeah, I had to come home from work - I've got a bit of a migraine.
Sorry, the place is a bit of a mess. The boys, you know...
Tell me about it. Try living with my lot.
Zinnie, I really appreciate you coming round but I was actually going to have a lie down.
OK, well why don't you do that and I could make us some lunch?
-Maybe tidy the place up a bit for you. I don't mind.
-You really don't have to do that.
Really. It's no bother.
You all on diets?
I've been kind of busy. A bit behind on the shopping.
Right, well why don't I go get us something for lunch. And I can get some bits for the fridge?
I really don't want you going to any trouble.
It is no trouble.
Oh, Zinnie, here. Let me give you some money.
Oh no, you don't have to...
No really, here. I can't have you buying our food.
OK, thanks. I won't be long.
So Will and I are thinking about having people
over for something to eat this Saturday.
I'll just go and get your colour mixed.
Although we might just go to the cinema and then grab a quiet drink.
Keep it low-key.
I get it. You've got a boyfriend. Fantastic.
You just don't need to ram it down everyone else's' throats.
Is this because that guy Jolene set you up with never got back in touch?
Why is it the first thing that couples do
when they get together is set everybody else up?
-I'm just trying to help.
-I am fine. As I am. On my own. Without anybody else.
The last thing that I need is somebody trying to set me up.
Do you understand?
We have to set Hayley up with someone.
-And this has come about because?
-Because she's a great girl.
She deserves to be with someone.
Plus, I'm not going to get to talk about me
and Will until she's fixed up.
So how are we going to do it?
You're asking me?
Robbie, I'm not being funny,
but I've not had a lot of success with dating recently.
Exactly. So you should know all about looking.
Well, I don't know. Lonely Hearts?
It's not the '60s!
You see hunners of them in here on their computers setting themselves up.
Aye right. Like we're going to get Hayley to put herself up on the internet.
She doesn't have to... we'll do it for her.
You'd need to say to her...
Meet me in the pub at lunchtime. Bring your laptop.
Now listen, nobody hears a word of this. All right?
I told you, it's between you and me.
Listen mate, he's hurt his leg, he's goin' to need a hand at the other end.
I was supposed to take Callum out later.
-If you see Kelly Marie tell her...
-That you're sorry but you've been called away on business.
That's the one...call that doctor will you?
Tell him I'll see that specialist if he wants to set it up.
No, I mean that.
There's not many people I rely on...
Anyway, I'll not forget it.
No problem. Come on, let's go.
You're going to have to do a lot better than that, you know?
We've all tasted your cooking
so your not using a cheap meal to get out of paying the bills.
Get lost, Robbie.
And I think I'd have gone for a much better shopping list.
What do you think this is Ready Steady Cook?
This stuff all goes off today - you ken that, aye?
I get it - you're going to poison us with out-of-date chicken.
We're carted off to hospital and you inherit the place.
That's £8.70, please.
Well, just so you know. Deek's mind is made up.
-He wants that money.
-And don't think I'll be subbing you.
And I don't. You'll get your money, okay.
Thought that place was meant to get cheaper after its makeover.
I put your change up there.
Well, thanks anyway.
So I thought I'd make us a chicken salad for lunch.
Great. Yeah. Lovely.
In fact, let's spoil ourselves.
What? At this time?
You're not working later are you? I'm not going back in.
One glass isn't going to hurt.
Yeah, fine, great.
Steady on. I won't be making anything at this rate.
God, you sound just like Michael. It's just a glass of wine.
I've got that merchandise we were talking about.
Sorry, I got caught up with something. I'll get it off you later, eh?
Why? What you up to?
Nothing just... I've got this family thing I need to sort.
Well, when you're finished messing about with that we need to talk.
It's not the polis is it? Lenny'll kill us if...
Shut up - "the polis".
My supplier, McCabe's mate, is looking for somebody
to manage his deals with pubs and clubs in this area.
Most of those places are buying off Lenny now.
So we offer a better discount than Murdoch.
But then we'd be putting ourselves in direct competition with him.
It's business, isn't it?
Not unless you want to be Lenny Murdoch's gopher the rest of your life?
Hey! This is big money we're talking about here. For both of us.
Not to Lenny.
It wouldn't be fair, going behind his back like that.
You're lucky I came to you with this in the first place.
And I appreciate that...
It's just not something I can get involved in, all right?
Fine. I'll see you around.
Since when did you become such a good cook?
You know, I can do it if I have to.
It's no problem if you ever want me to come across and make something.
Careful, I might take you up on that.
Look, it can't be easy,
holding down a full-time job and running a house.
Yeah, it's not.
Don't worry, there's another bottle in the fridge.
We can have another glass.
You know I could help out.
Just a couple of hours here and there.
And it would be cheaper than getting in a cleaner.
Cleaning as well? Setting yourself up as a right little housekeeper.
I quite enjoy it.
Besides, I could do with some extra money.
I've been in Deek's for a while now
and I want to make sure I pay my way.
Here, come on. I'm not drinking this by myself.
Oh no, I don't think I should...
DOOR BELL RINGS
What now? If that's Nicole...
The amount of times I tell them to take their own key.
It's as if I don't get any time on to just be on my own.
-What do you want?
-I'm sorry, I'm busy.
Just wait a second?
You've no right, coming round here.
Michael's asked to see me.
Yeah, which I had to find out from Dan because you couldn't be bothered to tell me.
I tried but every time I came near, you ran away.
So do you know what he wants?
What does it matter? You can't go and see him.
Did you tell him...about you and me?
There is no you and me.
Right, so why were you all over me like a rash the other week then?
That was a mistake.
We need to talk about what I do.
You don't do anything.
I can't just ignore my own brother.
-I want to try and make things better.
Eh. We can talk things through. I thought...
I thought maybe we could go together.
-Are you insane?
You'd rub his nose in it? Is that what you want?
Show him that the brother he trusted,
that went behind his back, is out here while he's locked up in there?
Of course not.
Nothing you can say to him
is going to make anything of this better.
He's my brother, Leyla.
If he wants me, then I'm going to go see him.
If you really cared about him,
if you cared about any of us,
you'd just leave this alone.
I mean it!
Sorry, that was just...
Zinnie, what are you doing?
Just leave it.
That's a lot of bottles.
Yeah, I haven't got round to the recycling yet.
They must have been put in there by mistake.
If you want I...
Just leave it will you, Zinnie?
OK, I was only trying to help.
Look, I've been thinking.
If you need some money for your rent and stuff,
I'd be happy to lend you some.
I'll give you my card.
If you could get me 50 out as well?
Save me going round there myself...
..if you don't mind?
Right, next question.
Kind of makes her sound like she's got a Saturday job.
Now, we need find something that'll make her sound a bit more...
She did that fun run a couple of years ago.
Hayley...is also a...
Hiya! What you up to?
We were just filling in...
I was just showing Deek my new blog.
Brilliant, give us a look.
Hayley, it's not what it looks like.
Is this a joke?
No! We were just trying to make you sound...
Less like a hairdresser working in the middle of nowhere,
spending all her nights in her crappy wee flat on her own?
It's not like that...
What, even her gay best friend's more successful in love than she is.
Hayley, come on, this is silly.
Fine. We both know you'd have to lie to make men interested in me.
But the two of you sitting here laughing about it in the pub?
It's just cheap!
-Not disturbing you, am I?
-No, no. I was just...
Aye, aye. Bandages and painkillers. Get rest.
Bloody doctors, they're all the same, eh?
Look, I'd have done that for anybody.
Think of it as a thanks for earlier on.
You done right by me. I respect that.
I respect that a lot, actually.
Will we get this big boy open?
It's just me.
I wasn't sure what time you'd want me...
if you want to get off I mean.
-To see Michael.
I'm not going, Liz. I've got too much to sort out here.
Another time maybe?
Yes. Yes, of course. See you later then.
I don't have the time.
I can see you're busy.
Tell me, you ever been in one of those places?
Believe me you don't want to. Drive you mental.
Just living for a bit of contact with the outside world.
The pair of us, we didn't part on the best of terms.
You fell out. It's not the end of the world.
Lenny, me and Leyla...we...
To your own brother?
I wasn't thinking right. I don't know how it happened.
It wasn't just me...
-Think he's ever going to trust you again after what you've done?
-I don't know.
I'd be surprised if he even speaks to you?
He won't. Not since he went inside.
He won't let me visit.
What's she on about then?
Now he wants to see me.
And you're going to turn him down?
It's a lot more than you deserve.
Leyla thinks it'd be best if I keep my distance.
Of course she does! That suits her right down to the ground.
What do you think?
I don't know.
You know, you're going to have to decide what's more important -
keeping Leyla happy
or starting to put things right with your brother.
Good afternoon, Gabriel. I thought you were busy at the arcade.
I am. I was.
That letter from this morning...
From Michael? Have you...
No, the other one.
It was from a supplier for the arcade.
I thought I left it here.
Yes, yes, you did. Now let me think.
I did put that somewhere.
Ah, look at his wee face. He looks so happy.
Oh, he was. We both were.
And then the honeymoon.
Just getting away from it all.
You know, it was almost as if he...
It was perfect.
We couldn't have asked for anything more.
You know you could do worse than find yourself
some nice wee someone that you could take away on a honeymoon.
I'm quite happy on my own, Liz.
The perfect girl could be right under your nose waiting to give you a surprise.
I mean, who on earth would have thought I'd be getting married again at my age?
And yet, here I am.
Brand new Mrs Hamilton.
And even with everything...
..I've never been happier.
I'm sorry, Liz.
Oh, wheesht! Why don't you go and see your brother?
the times we're given to spend with the ones we love...
..you must hold on to them.
There's no-one can take those times away from you, Gabriel.
I'll see you later.
Bacon roll, please.
What you up to?
You not go home for that?
It's better here.
So how's school?
So you talking to us now?
It's like you've just forgot we're even here.
I know, son. Leyla thinks it's best with everything going on...
So I don't get to see my dad or my uncle.
-Come on, we can talk in here for a bit...
I don't want that.
I want to be able to speak to people normally. Like my dad and you.
The way we all used to.
Look, I know it's hard, but we're just going to have to get used to it.
I'm not interested.
Just all of you sort it out, OK? I don't need the grief.
Long time no see.
How are you?
Yeah, actually not bad.
So how is it?
Could be worse.
When they hear you're a doctor... were a doctor,
you get a bit more respect.
So... how's home?
You see the boys?
A wee bit.
Not really, no.
So what you been doing? They keeping you busy?
Thinking, a lot of thinking.
They're big on talking through your feelings -
where you feel you're going,
that whole therapy thing.
Does it help?
The first couple of weeks you're waiting for someone to tell you
it's all a mistake.
And then the weeks go on and it hits you.
You kind of get it from looking at the people in here.
At a certain point they all realise...
that old life's never coming back.
You need to try and keep positive, Michael.
I am. But pretending things can be the way they were before,
that's not going to work.
You don't need to turn your back on everyone.
We'll be there for you when you get out.
Gabriel, I'm not just talking about me.
It's you that should be moving on.
I've thought about this a lot and it makes most sense for all of us.
That's why I asked you here today.
I want you to leave Glasgow.
That was quick.
I will pay you back.
Don't worry about it.
You want some?
So how's your head?
Much better, thanks. Had a couple of paracetamol.
Maybe you should lay off the wine?
I think I know what I'm doing, Zinnie. It's just half a glass.
Yeah, but it's not, is it, cos...
You know, thanks for helping today
but I really shouldn't be keeping you.
I'll guess I'll catch you later then.
It makes sense for all of us.
In who's world?
We need to move on.
You, me, Leyla, the kids.
That way people can get on with their lives.
My life is there.
Oh, I get it. What? Because I'm not a doctor.
I don't have a job where anybody'll miss me.
You can start again anywhere.
I don't believe this.
You need to see that Leyla and the kids can get settled again.
I'm their family. I should be there for them.
Maybe that's not how they feel.
You've spoke to Leyla about this?
I've mentioned it.
You any idea how much I've worried about you in here?
Have you any idea how much it killed me that Dan and Leyla
and God knows who else got to visit see you while I was stuck outside?
Meanwhile you're in here planning out my whole life for me.
I'm just trying to do what's best.
I came here today to try and explain.
I actually thought that me and you could work things out.
That's what this is all about.
No, this is about you cutting me off from everyone else's life.
Well, maybe you took care of that yourself.
Hey! I'm not the only one that made a mistake here.
She made a mistake because I pushed her away.
Wake up, Michael. It's not always about you.
She came back to me because I gave her something you couldn't.
You could have been anyone.
But I wasn't, was I?
I was your brother, Gabe.
And she wanted me.
You meant nothing to her.
Is that what she told you, is it?
Then why did she come back to me?
Oh, God, Michael. She's played you well.
-She came back to me again.
Leyla and me slept together two weeks ago.
While you were in here. And it had nothing to do with you
and everything to do with me.
You stay away from her. You hear me?
I want nothing to do with you. Nothing.
Liz, I think you've got it looking all right. It's just an arcade.
I'll be done here in a minute.
Away you and have a tea break or something.
-There you are!
How'd it go?
Fine. Stevie and I...
What have you done to your face?
Oh, I must've knocked it coming off the bus or something.
So, how was Michael?
Er... He was OK.
I was getting worried, I thought you'd have been back ages ago...
I had to go for a walk, clear my head.
Look, it's going to be really tough on him.
In fact, it's going to be tough on both of you.
But the most important thing is that he knows that you're there for him.
We'll catch up on this later on at home, OK?
All right? What you up to?
What does it look like? I'm making dinner.
Deek, you're a bit weird about drinking, aren't you?
No. I'm careful with what I drink because...well, because.
I used to drink for the wrong reasons, and now...
Wait a minute. What's all this about?
Did you know...that you were drinking too much?
Not really. Sometimes.
Aye, I probably knew deep down, but I just couldn't admit it.
Nice try, but I don't think so.
-"Sorry, I can't pay my rent this month but I'm an alcoholic." Genius.
She'd have herself addicted to morphine if she thought it'd get her out of paying the bills.
-Where's it from?
-A friend...loaned it to me.
How long before the mug you got it off realises they've been taken for a ride?
Sometimes, Robbie, you have no idea what people are really like.
Tell you what, you're getting good at making women storm off.
-Is Hayley talking to you yet?
I wouldn't worry. Her bark's worse than her bite.
-That's why the pair of you get along so well. What?
-Get your computer. We're going out.
If you don't want it then make something for yourself.
I just don't want it all the time.
I've had it up to here with him today.
I just wanted to say thanks for this afternoon.
The money and everything. I will pay you back.
You know, if you ever fancy a catch-up.
Or you want to go for a talk or anything...
Yeah, sure. That'd be nice, maybe we could go for a drink sometime.
-What you doing?
-Shut it, it wasn't me.
Great. Another fight to sort out.
-Sorry, what were you saying?
-Nothing. Have a good evening.
Not likely, is it?
-Hiya. Two large white wines, please.
-I'll get these.
-Are you sure?
What do you want?
-I've finished your profile.
-I told you just to leave it!
I don't want to be on a flaming website.
How about you just listen to this?
How about "I'm going?"
"My friend Hayley doesn't suffer fools gladly.
"Unlike a lot of girls out there she has no problem telling it
"just like it is.
-"She's stubborn, argumentative and feisty."
"She's also funny, generous, a good laugh and super attractive.
"Which is why she's my best friend.
"In fact, if I wasn't fixed up myself, she's exactly the kind of girl
"I'd go for."
Aye, I'm not sure that bit's quite true.
Shut it, Deek.
So what do you think?
It's all right, I suppose. Thanks. You're a pal.
So what do you reckon, do mine next?
-Cheers for your help today. I appreciate it.
-Knocking off early?
-You done something to your face?
-I must have knocked it earlier when I was moving some boxes.
-You should get that seen to.
You don't want people thinking you're some sort of hard man.
-Seen your brother this afternoon?
-How did that go?
-What's this about?
Your brother was the victim of a severe assault this afternoon.
-It was just an argument. We never...
-The incident we're talking about
-took place an hour and a half after you left him.
It was a stupid argument. Look where is he?
He's in the hospital unit. Your brother sustained serious multiple injuries to his face and chest.
-I need to see him.
-He's not seeing anyone just now. They've got him under sedation.
We know what happened wasn't wasn't a random beating.
-The gentlemen involved are known for their connections.
The two of you want to tell me what you're going on about?
It wasn't some knockabout. Whatever happened was planned.
-Is this something you'd know about?
-Why would I know anything...
Any idea the number of people who've been hurt by getting into bed with Lenny Murdoch?
Why would Lenny do anything to hurt our Michael?
If he didn't, somebody he knows did.
Look, a word to the wise. You're small fry.
A knock-off this. We turn a blind eye. These guys, they're in a different league.
You need to think long
and hard before you start getting mixed up in all of that.
Yeah, I've got a delivery coming.
-I'll call you back.
I've just had the polis around at the arcade.
-What they doing sniffing about there?
-That's not the point.
-No, that IS the point.
I don't know what you're up to but I don't want the law hanging about.
-They were here about Michael. Somebody's beat him up in jail.
Are you deaf? Michael's lying in some hospital ward.
-God knows what would have happened if...
-These things happen.
-Really? Because they seem pretty convinced this has something to do with you.
Aye. Enough people round here, know that we work together.
-Maybe it's easier getting to me like that than it is getting to you.
-You're not making sense.
You know what? Maybe that's the way you like it.
You stay safe in here - who gives a toss about anybody else?
-Think you better calm down now.
As long as nothing gets in the way of your precious business.
You and Michael helped me when I needed it. I respect that.
I told you that's the most important thing there is.
I know you're hurting over your brother.
But let me tell you, you better get a grip
and realise who your pals are.
Now, if you don't mind, you interrupted a phone call.
Hey, how's my favourite arcade owner?
I'm not really in the mood.
Pint, please, when you're ready, thank you.
So, how was Michael?
Keeping well is he? Or maybe not so well.
What the hell did you do to him?
Calm down. It wasn't that bad.
Just knocked him about a bit. They weren't going to kill him.
-Michael's done nothing to you.
-Got your attention now, eh?
That's it? That's what it was about?
Just a wee reminder of who you should be listening to these days.
You batter him unconscious just for that?
From what I heard you were pretty close to knocking him out yourself.
So, I mean let's keep this simple.
I need you on my side. D'you understand?
I work for Lenny.
Yeah. What's going on with him? You helping him into cars?
He was just... He just had a bit too much to drink.
See I saw him first thing, crossing the road, he was fine.
Tell me. Their boys are in jail. No idea of their own strength.
Let's hope that they don't go too far next time.
This has got nothing to do with my brother.
You could tell him that. But I don't think he'll listen.
Seeing as he thinks that doin' he took today came from you.
Go on then. Have a pop.
It's not going to help your brother.
See, it's dead simple.
Who are you more worried about? Lenny Murdoch or Michael Brodie?
Now let me ask you again. What's going on with Murdoch?
See you tomorrow, boys.
All right, Lenny? Tough day?
Nothing I can't handle.
I think we should have a wee chat, eh?
About our Russian friend that's coming into town.
Nothing to talk about.
I'm better placed to deal with him than you are.
I don't think so.
Looking a wee bit slow there, Lenny. Work taking it out of you?
Or maybe you're coming down with a wee touch of something?
I wouldn't worry about me.
Oh, but I do, I do.
I think you should step back, eh? Let me handle this deal. Take care.
-Large whisky. Straight.
Just the drink.
-Sorry I asked.
I'm not sure that's the best thing right now?
-After this morning?
-Was it you?
-Sorry, was what me?
-You couldn't wait could you?
Just waiting for your chance to stab me in the back again.
-I think you should calm down.
All right, lads. Who's for a drink?
What is it with you doctors?
Always playing high and mighty and then talking about people behind their back.
Suit yourself. I was just trying to help.
-Look, Lenny, I don't know what you and Dan were talking about but...
-Look after this for a second...
Lenny, I know you're not in the best of places at the minute but...
What are you doing? Getting your own back? Like this morning,
sending me to the hospital when you could have sorted it out yourself.
-I was doing my best to help you.
-Don't give us it. Who knows?
-I don't know what you're talking about.
-It was me.
-You stay out of this. Who knows?
It was me. I told Sean.
-Want to give us a minute, Dan.
-You sure about that?
-What were you thinking of?
-I had no choice.
He couldn't keep his hands off his brother's wife, how will he keep a secret?
-A wee bit of power? Go to your head?
-It wasn't like that.
Then what was it like? You and that one, sitting in there having a pint
laughing at the freak across the road?
Michael got beaten up He told me it would happen again if I didn't give him something on you.
-What was I supposed to do?
-You could have come to me. I could have sorted it.
What, you think I wouldn't?
I don't know. I just didn't want to see Michael getting hurt again.
Really? So how's that working out for you?
You've done your brother. You've done me. Who's next to get done?
I just wanted to fix things.
You don't get it do you?
You keep pushing people, they're going to cut you off dead.
And if you don't have something or somebody to turn to, you're on your own.
No messing about this time. Go, move.
Hope I didn't mess up things with your pal Lenny.
I made a mistake. I should have heard you out.
Is that right? Not so confident about Murdoch, are we?
I'll give you him. Everything he does. The people he meets.
All his deals. I'll give you it all.
And what's in it for you?
Just give me a cut or a share. As a full partner.
We work together. As equals.
But Michael stays safe.
-Aye, all right. Deal.
Mess me about on this and you're dead.
Come on. You want to be my partner, aye?
So let's go to work.
You said you wanted to be involved in everything.
Well, there you are
What age is she?
You interested like?
You should see the amount of money she brings us in.
Come on. I'll introduce you.
I'm fine here.
What's wrong with you? Perks of the job, this.
Keep an eye out for us then, right?
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Yeah I'm with him now. We're on Jamaica Road.
Just collecting money off them. Wait a second.
So listen, eh?
I'm going to be a wee bit longer than I thought.
Just you sit there, eh?
And try not to look too out of place.
Hey. He's just went away with one of the girls.
Listen, I don't know if I can do this.
Don't sweat it. You're doing fine.
-A spa weekend?
-Must be a mistake
Yeah, just like the dress?
Will, is the best relationship I've ever had.
It's like you want to pour cold water over it.
You've got it out of proportion.
I saw you heard from my Dad, I read his letter, he wants to see me.
They're personal these visits.
If you're going I want to come too.
When you borrowed my card did you use it for anything other than you said?
I thought I'd lost the plot.
You actually think I bought that stuff?
Why on earth would I book a spa weekend or buy a dress like that?
-Because you were half cut.
-Just get out.
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