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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 a half glass.
Leyla and me slept together two weeks ago,
and it had nothing to do with you, and everything to do with me.
You stay away from her, you hear me?
I know you're having a hard time over your brother.
But let me tell you, son, you better get a grip and realise who your pals are.
How are you today? Nice day, isn't it, eh? Don't work too hard!
What's going on?
-I had it this morning.
-My economics folder.
Right, you don't need to take it out on the living room. If you were a bit more organised...
That's rich, coming from you.
Where is it? Where is it?
Get off, I haven't touched it.
Whoa, whoa, cool it. Is this what you're looking for?
Right, that's enough. The pair of yous, calm it.
You're no' the boss of us.
Eh, you want to put that to the test, big chap?
Good. Thought so.
Now, get that place squared up before Nicole goes off on one.
You an' all, move.
-KNOCKING ON DOOR
All right. All right. I'm coming.
I must've slept through my alarm.
The boys are waiting. They need a lift to school.
I know! I'm coming.
-Where's the boys?
-I told them to wait in the motor.
Leyla's still in her pit. Great for some, eh?
I'll take them to school.
Aw, you're brilliant.
Call that a kiss?
Where are they?
They're in the motor. I said I'd take them.
Would you? That'd be great, thanks.
Those things came for you.
Treating ourself, are we?
I was just ordering some books for the boys, actually.
Yeah? From that well-known bookshop Fine Things And Fancy Threads(?)
Hey. I thought yous were waiting in the motor?
There's a problem.
See, I told you. This is part of Conor's course.
Yeah, and this is really good for Adeeb and Conor's school work(!)
There's obviously been some mistake.
You're something else, aren't you?
You can't look after this family but you can order fancy outfits.
I need to take them in the van.
Is there a problem with the car?
Aye, the road tax is up.
What? No, I went online to...
I've forgotten to get it MOT'd.
So there's no road tax and no MOT?
-You're a joke. Just as well Stevie's here.
Give it a rest, will ye?
I'll put the motor in the garage
-once I get back from taking the boys, all right?
Stevie...are you angry at me?
I just... You're a bit hard on Leyla.
Not hard enough, if you ask me.
I'd love to lie in my bed half the morning and order fancy dresses for myself.
What? You know what she put my dad through.
It's you I'm talking about here.
-I think the way you're holding the family together's great.
When I watch you sniping at Leyla,
I'm seeing a different lassie to the one I fell for. That's all.
-Mmm. Me and Hayley were up looking at dating sites.
She didn't leave till two o'clock this morning.
Thought I heard someone. Thought you were sneaking in a lumber.
I wish. I think it's less exhausting going clubbing.
At least you can see if they're over 100 and bald.
-I thought you were away already.
What's going on?
What you talking about?
Well...you've been acting funny for the past couple of days.
I'm not going to let you go until you tell me what it is.
I don't want to jinx it.
I'm late again.
-We'll go in a minute. Just tell me.
-That's it. I'm...late.
It's only a week, but...
Oh, there you go.
What is it?
If Will's moving in, it's best to formalise the agreement.
-I don't want him taking advantage.
-So this is about Will.
Cast your orbs on that, lover boy.
This is a joke, right?
You mean this is for real?
Well, you can't be too careful.
It's not careful. It's pedantic and hostile.
I need to make sure I have comeback in case of non-payment of rent.
Will's going to think you're a right plonker.
We hardly know this guy. He could be funny with money. He could be dodgy.
He's the polis. I couldn't have picked anybody more trustworthy.
Don't you think moving him in is rushing it a little bit?
I like to think whirlwind.
You don't really know him.
Well, living together should help.
Look, just get him to sign it, will you?
It's outrageous, that's what it is.
Especially since Zinnie has done nothing but leech off us
since she moved in.
-He's totally within his rights.
-Darling, he's a pal, not a suspect.
He's protecting himself. It's fair enough.
Why don't I have a word with him?
Maybe he thinks I'm getting in the way of you two being mates.
My sister says there's nothing worse than losing a best mate to a love interest.
I am the kind of pal you'd hate to lose!
I'll just let him know I'm not trying to squeeze him out.
Ah! You're not a bad boy, are you?
Deek's actually a bit of a softie once you get to know him.
You'll soon win him over.
I need a signature, love.
-Skiving, are we?
-It's called study leave.
Aye, that'll be the day.
-So, what's this? Something exciting?
Better ask Leyla about it.
She's the one spending all the housekeeping money online.
You look rough.
More mail for you. Registered.
Well, are you not going to open it?
Don't let us keep you back from your studies.
A spa weekend?
Did you win it or what?
Jeezo! How much?
It must be a mistake.
Yeah, just like the dress(!)
You hadn't had a drink when you ordered this, had you?
-I wouldn't forget ordering this.
-Robbie buys fitness stuff online all the time when he's half cut.
He never uses it,
but, a couple of vodkas and he thinks he's Mr Universe.
I need to phone about this.
Have you noticed anything about Leyla?
I'm worried about her.
Yeah, cos you're known for your caring attitude(!)
-< Oh, hi...
-Do you know she's drinking far more than she's letting on?
Stop trying to stir it!
Look, I've already been passed from one person to another.
I know I didn't book it.
Yes, I'll check.
You'll have to wait while I turn on the computer.
-Since no-one's offering, why don't
-put the kettle on?
"What a kind offer, Zinnie, that would be lovely."
Yeah, I do seem to have something from you.
Yeah, I'm aware it's a booking confirmation,
but I can assure you I didn't book it.
Well, someone must have got hold of my card details.
Look, I can't have this conversation right now,
I'll have to call you another time, OK? Bye.
It must be some kind of identity fraud.
I did let someone borrow my card the other day.
Well, there's your answer, then.
-Of all the people in the world, she so would.
It's typical Zinnie. That'll be why she popped round this morning.
Maybe she was trying to divert the stuff before you opened it.
And she tried to make me think that...
It doesn't matter.
When you borrowed my card the other day, did you use it for anything other than you said?
Like spa weekends and fancy dresses.
I was beginning to think 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?
Er, because you were half cut?
-How dare you?!
-Just get out!
Leyla ordered those things and she doesn't even remember.
What's going on?
Zinnie used Leyla's credit card to buy a whack of stuff.
It's about time the pair of you recognised that she has a problem.
Aye. And you're it.
She's drinking too much.
Her man's banged up. Can you blame her?
She's downing far more than she's letting on
and she's hiding it from you.
You'd think you'd want to be nice to Leyla, not drop her in it.
Just get lost, will you?
You think I was too horrible to HER?
Not horrible enough.
I know she's a relation,
but that Zinnie's got a right brass neck on her, man.
Stevie, thanks so much for seeing to the car today.
I don't know how I forgot.
I usually have it in the diary when to get the MOT.
-What are you going to do about Zinnie buying all that stuff?
-I'll, erm...try and get a refund.
-So you're just going to let her get away with it?
-I'm just going to take that dress,
get it wrapped up so I can send it back.
you don't think Zinnie could be right, do you?
About the drinking?
She's just winding us up to take the attention off her.
You all right?
I want to see my dad.
It's all right.
Oil change and screen wash are included in the full service, are they?
-Because I hate picking up my car and finding that half the basic maintenance jobs haven't been done.
-No, look, don't worry.
-And you'll give it a clean?
Er, the valeting's extra.
And don't think just because I'm a woman that you can kid me
that expensive work needs to be done.
Miserable old cow, man.
You all right?
I took a test.
Look, don't worry. It's early days, isn't it?
I've signed it.
Here you go. Oh, sorry, sorry!
It's fine. Just leave it.
What's the problem, Deek? And don't say there isn't one.
I just like to keep things on a business footing.
-Did you make Robbie and Zinnie jump through hoops when they moved in?
-That was different.
-In what way?
-I knew them.
Get to know me! I'm not trying to elbow in on your friendship,
if that's what you're worried about.
I don't want Robbie getting hurt.
Why would I hurt Robbie?
You've got a problem here, Deek. Talk about jealous.
Can I have a latte, please, Stella?
What's up with you?
Don't start me.
Am I interrupting something?
Deek was just trying to think of a way he could welcome me into the flat.
Oh! Like a party?
No. I'm not having the place wrecked.
We could have a dinner. Just the four of us.
How about tonight? I could do with taking my mind off stuff.
Oh, I've got her measure.
She can jackboot around all she likes,
but she's no' as posh as she makes out to be,
doctor or no.
You're looking a bit... peely-wally, hen.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Do I get no privacy?
I saw you heard from my dad.
I read his letter. He wants to see me.
I was going to tell you.
I suppose I can't blame you for not saying anything.
But if you're going today, I want to come too.
They're kind of personal, these visits.
It's what my dad wants.
You sure you're all right, darling? You look a wee bit tired.
Is there something you're not telling us?
Oh, Stella, you're no' expecting, are you?
I knew it wouldn't take long. We're a fertile lot, us O'Haras.
It's in the genes.
-I'm not pregnant!
Right? And even if I was, I wouldn't be broadcasting it in here.
Darling, she didn't mean anything.
Och, Stella, I was just saying!
We know that you'll be wanting to start a family...
You don't know anything. So just leave us alone!
-Think you touched a nerve, doll.
-I didnae mean it, Scarlett.
I overreacted, didn't I?
But you did hear them.
"We're a fertile bunch, us O'Haras." "I knew it wouldn't be long."
Don't listen to them.
Do you not want kids?
Aye! But what if I can't get pregnant?
Why couldn't you?
Look, there's nothing to worry about. Not for a while, anyway.
Shows how much you know, doesn't it?
And don't start wi', "You've got plenty of time and it's early days."
It's different for me, innit?
Lassies that've been drinkers, it affects their fertility.
I've been reading about it.
Even if I do get pregnant, it could damage the baby.
Foetal alcohol syndromes and that.
Well, you need to talk to someone who knows about this stuff.
He's not likely to judge you, if that's what you're worried about.
Stella, you have to. For Bob's sake as well as yours.
I Haven't seen you at the Brodies' recently.
Why would I be?
Eh, she's your sister-in-law,
you've got nephews needing a bit of male support because their father's... Well...you know.
-I know, all right.
-Shouldn't you be showing some brotherly support?
If Conor needs me, he knows where to come.
Right, and what about Leyla and Adeeb? Nicole?
To be honest, I'm a bit worried about Leyla.
Look, Zinnie, I'm sorry, but I really need to be somewhere.
Oh, and by the way, I don't buy your concern.
You didn't give a toss a few weeks ago, did you?
Hi. I was just wondering if I could make an appointment with Dr Hunter?
Actually, there's nothing until next week. Unless...
Dr Stubbs could see you.
-There's been a cancellation, but...
It's your lucky day.
How long have you been trying?
A couple of months.
So there's no real indication there's a problem, is there?
You're...20, for goodness sake.
You have to be patient.
I know couples who've been trying for years to have a family.
It's a huge responsibility, you know, and commitment,
-bringing a child into the world.
Not the easy option.
You think? Right, no worries. I'll just leave you to it.
You're here now.
Might as well do the routine checks.
Zinnie was right.
I thought she looked hung over this morning.
No wonder nothing's getting done around here.
Explains the spa holiday, doesn't it? Dresses and that?
This is the last thing my dad needs.
Someone needs to talk to her. Make her get help.
I can't, not with our history.
Away you go! No way!
You of all people could get through to her.
She knows what you've had to deal with.
I think she'd listen to you.
What's the problem?
I can't seem to find a vein.
Nobody's had any bother before.
It's not my fault.
You seem a bit distracted.
Yeah, I'm seeing Michael later today.
I'll finish up here. You go.
Are you sure?
Now, that was all right. No need to make a fuss.
I know what you think of me.
So you're a mind reader now?
You think I'm just some wee ned wanting to get pregnant so I can claim benefits and get a house.
-And are you?
I'm the manager at the Oyster. My husband owns a garage.
-Good for you. I hope he makes a good job of my car.
Is there something you're not telling me?
Because if I don't know what the problem is, I can't do my job.
I've heard that people, lassies that have been about
and like a drink and that, that they may have problems having weans.
Is that what you're worried about?
I'll take that. Thank you.
Leyla, I'm not being rude or anything, but...
I'm thinking Zinnie never ordered that stuff.
You don't think there's been any ID theft, do you?
Leyla, I'm no' judging you.
Maybe I did take a bit too much the other night.
There's no harm in having a drink to wind down.
Well, there's winding down and drinking to oblivion.
Is that what you think I do?
I think somebody that drinks a bit too much has got something they want to block out.
Do you know what it's like playing happy families
when all that's going through your head is what's happened this past year?
Yeah, too right I do.
I'm trying to hold us all together for Michael,
but I don't see things as clearly as I used to.
Things don't seem to make sense...
Until you have a drink.
I just want to forget what I did.
Or do you want to forget how you really feel?
I can't go there.
Maybe you need to.
-You ready to go see my dad?
-I'm just going to make something to eat quickly.
-Yeah, I just need to freshen up.
What the hell were you saying to her?
What? You told me to talk to her. So I did.
I told you to make her to get help if she needs it.
She needs to help herself.
She needs to go to AA or Dan or go to rehab or something.
Are you forgetting my dad tried to top himself?
-If she abandons him, he'll be destroyed.
We need to be together on this.
You finished early?
-Oh, I saw Will.
-Aye, the contract's sorted.
-That's a relief, isn't it(?)
I just wanted it to be above board.
Oh, is that what it was? And here's me thinking it was rude and unwelcoming.
Look, it's fine. I even suggested a dinner party as a welcome to the flat.
I heard that it was Zinnie's idea and you weren't too keen on even having it.
-It was short notice to invite folk.
-Not if it was just the flatmates.
Well, it was short notice to prepare a meal.
Oh, right, because we wouldn't want a supermarket trip
to intrude on your busy day of watching Judge Judy re-runs(!)
Will is the best relationship I've ever had,
and it's like you just want to pour cold water all over it.
You're getting this out of proportion.
I like Will, I do.
And, OK, maybe I came across too officious with the whole contract thing.
Can I get that in writing?
Well, I suppose I'd better get moving.
He's dead easy to get on with.
All you have to do is give him a chance.
And you've been drinking since you were how old?
Did that coincide with anything happening at home?
I didn't have a home. My mum put me in care.
I'm not making excuses.
For about five years I don't even know half the stuff I did.
I spent most of it out my face.
I'd do anything for a drink or for a place to stay.
I just didn't care, know what I mean?
If I died, what difference would it make?
I didn't think I'd have a decent life.
Or any right to expect that I would.
Have I done the wrong thing?
Thinking I can have a normal life now?
Sounds to me as if you've done everything right.
It's a mark of strength you've got yourself where you are.
In my day, these shirts would have been starched and ironed,
no just flung into a tumble dryer.
Keep it zipped, you.
Come to tell us off, have you?
-Ignore her. She was just leaving.
-No, I'm no'. So you've no' seen Stella?
She was a bit of a nippy sweetie this morning.
-That was your fault!
-You started it!
Whoa, whoa, whoa, what happened?
Scarlett asked her if she was up the duff yet, that's all.
It was a misunderstanding that somebody went and made worse.
You said yourself she was touchy about it.
I'll sort it out with her.
No! Seriously, the pair of you, don't make a big issue out of this.
Are you two having trouble?
I mean it!
Nothing to worry about there.
How will I know if what I did...?
Foetal alcohol syndrome only applies to women who drink too much DURING pregnancy.
These days, your periods are regular?
That's a good sign. You've stopped drinking, and you're young.
You seem like a healthy young woman,
and I'm always loathe to see couples put pressure on themselves to conceive.
But, follow the diet plan, take the supplements...
-Let's see how we go, shall we?
In my experience, the moment a couple stops worrying about it,
they're more likely to get pregnant.
You did the right thing to check things out. Very sensible.
For all you've been through, you're still very young.
KNOCK AT DOOR
You look nice.
One of the few outfits my dad approved of.
It might not be easy.
See, when you're doing time, it affects folk different.
Your dad, well...
Is still my dad.
And he needs to see me. I know he does.
And while we're out...
Aye, I know.
BELL RINGS CONTINUOUSLY
These visits must mean a lot to my dad.
How can he stand it?
-What happened to you?
-You shouldn't have brought her.
You wrote that you wanted to see me.
Course I do. But not in here.
She wanted to come.
It kills me to see you in this place.
For you to see me like this.
Who did that to you?
It happens. It's done now.
-We need to do something.
No. You'll make it worse if you kick up a fuss.
You know, I'd rather talk about something else.
Is the food any better?
The boys really miss you.
We're getting on with things.
Conor has his room immaculate. How would you describe it?
-Like he was in the Army.
And Leyla's got Adeeb doing all the recycling and stuff.
Dad, are you OK?
Miriam seems to be settling in at the surgery.
She's a bit of a battleaxe, but...
How are you getting on with your studies?
# Picking up the pieces
# Of the wreck you went and left
# And I'm dealing with dilemmas
# In my now-so-stressful life
# And I'm drinking stronger spirits
# And made my home here on the floor
# And I'm losing all ambition... #
At least I'm getting on with it.
-I need you to concentrate on your school work.
-I told you. I am.
-Stevie not distracting you too much?
No. He wants me to do well.
He's been brilliant.
He's really a great help.
The boys love him.
Dad, what is it?
Maybe you could give me and Leyla a moment together?
Go on, Nic.
GUARD CLEARS HIS THROAT
Go on. On you go.
You don't need to worry about her, you know.
She's being amazing, Nicole, working hard...
-Not taking too much time off school?
Which gives you a clear field to screw my brother of an afternoon.
I thought we'd got past this.
-It appears you haven't.
Oh, just giving him a farewell...were you?
When you went to him?
Begging for it?
-It was a mistake.
I need you to get a grip.
You stay away from him.
And you take responsibility for the family we have left.
Do you hear me?
We may have screwed up our lives, but as long as they have one of us there,
then they still have a chance of coming out of this with some semblance of normality.
I know. I know I messed up.
We had a family, Leyla...
..a life together bringing up those kids.
I need you to do this for them.
I need to... Leyla?
What is it? What did he say?
He doesn't want us to come back.
I tried to say...
I can't bear to see you in this place.
I want you to think of me as I was, not...like this.
Trust me. It's best for all of us. Please.
No! Dad, no, we need to see you, you need to see us...
All right? Feeding the community centre again?
No. I'm having a "welcome to the flat" dinner for Will.
-It's going to take me all my time not to spit in his sausage casserole.
Glad I'm not invited.
Hey, you don't fancy coming, do you?
I could do with someone on my side here.
No, thanks, I prefer my stew gob-free.
So, what is it you don't like about him?
Who says I don't like him?
Just a guess.
He's just one of these people you don't take to, you know.
I think there's something underhand about him.
And they say lassies gossip. All right?
Suppose I'd better go and start cooking. See you later.
You're in a good mood.
Aye, well, you were right about what you said this morning.
It's early days.
Thank you for doing this.
-I really appreciate you making the effort.
Mmmm, this looks nice.
Is it meant to be curdly?
Oh, you're kidding?
Pass the wine.
Hey, what you doing?!
-Sauce reduces better with wine.
-My goodness, he cooks as well.
He is a keeper! I'm not so bad myself!
Oh, that's debatable!
How did it go?
It's in the van.
Look, he's had a battering. They'll probably leave him alone now.
He shouldn't be in there.
He can't mean that he doesn't want us to visit.
If it's what he wants, you have to respect it.
Maybe it's his way of dealing with it.
You've been in my room.
I got rid of the booze, that's all.
How dare you come into my home and dictate how I should behave?
We're trying to help.
-Don't patronise me!
Where are you going?
You're going to the pub, aren't you?
-Look, I just need some time. Today was hard.
I want to keep this family together, OK? For your dad. For us all.
You've got a lovely boyfriend in there that you can pour your heart out to.
And you need to. But as for me? Right now?
I just...just need a drink.
Well, a toast.
To Deek. Many thanks for welcoming me into the house.
And, Deek, you've no need to worry about there being another untidy person in the flat.
Will folds his clothes and pants, all before he goes to bed.
What's wrong with that?
And what do you mean, ANOTHER untidy person? I'm not untidy.
Hen, you look immaculate,
but your room is a tip,
and when you leave the bathroom it looks like a bomb site.
-That's not fair.
-But it's true.
And you're going to have to get used to her underwear
-draped all over the radiators.
-I hardly ever do that.
-Hope we're not putting you off, Will?
-No, not at all.
Of course not.
Drinking alone? Tut, tut.
Sorry, you saw Dr Brodie today, didn't you. Fancy some company?
If you'd rather be on your own, I won't be offended.
No. Join me.
A bottle of your house white over here.
A please or a thanks would be nice.
Hard visit, was it?
Can't be easy for you.
-Right, I'll get the first round.
-Will we not just get our own?
Never let it be said that I'm funny with money or any way dodgy.
Bottle of house white, please.
-What did you have to tell him that for?
-Oh, get over it.
You two are getting on all right now, aren't you?
I had to explain to him why you were being so antsy with that stupid contract.
And look at the difference between him and Zinnie.
When did she last buy anybody a drink?
What are you going to accuse me of now?
I wanted to apologise.
Please, Zinnie, don't be angry with me.
So it was you that ordered that stuff?
Yeah. It just totally went out of my mind.
So I was right. You had been drinking.
So? Don't look at me like that.
You said yourself, Robbie did it all the time.
Yeah, Robbie. But this is you.
Oh, give me a break. So I had a drink. Since when have you been such a saint?
Bottom line, I shouldn't have accused you.
Yeah, well, I was hurt.
And rightly so.
-I'm your family, Leyla.
I don't want her to be miserable, you know.
I don't want her to resent us.
Make it roast potatoes. The boys like them.
My dad's a good man. He doesn't deserve this.
I was the one that introduced you to Cammy.
If I hadn't, you wouldn't have ran to him.
-And your dad wouldn't have...
-That's not what I meant.
Aye, but if I hadn't, your dad wouldn't be in jail now, would he?
I wasn't getting at you. I was just saying.
Nicole, I don't know if I can do this.
Course you can, you just add oil or something.
I'm sorry I brought hassle to your family. I really am.
But I can't make up for it by taking your dad's place.
I want to have fun with you, Nicole,
not spend the whole time trying to keep your family together.
It's too much. I don't want the responsibility,
but yet, oh, I'm counselling Leyla,
I'm taking the boys to school and I'm worrying about
how to make a stupid roast tattie!
-Where are you going?
-When will you be back?
-Don't wait up. All right, boys?
-When's supper? I'm starving.
-She's away seeing Dad, isn't she?
-Is everything OK?
When can I go and see him?
And where's Stevie gone? He looks dead annoyed.
Whatever it is, it's on the house.
Since when did you two become so pally?
I don't think she's as bad as she makes out.
So, I says to him, I says, "Don't you know how fast you were going?"
-So it's mainly traffic policing you do, then?
-No. I'm in CID.
Tell Deek about the other week, where that guy came at you.
-Well, we were called out to this disturbance....
-I'll be back in a minute.
Oh, well. I want to hear it.
Well, this guy comes at me...
So, how's it going?
The guy's a show-off.
I don't know how folk don't see straight through him.
Has Stevie been in?
No, I've not seen him.
You checking up on me?
I'm looking for Stevie.
He's not been in.
-Leyla, please help me. The boys need you. Dad...
I need you.
Hello, Nicole. You joining us?
I could get us some crisps, but I think we might need something more substantial.
Why don't you come over to ours? There's not much in, but you could get a takeaway or something.
I'll come home when I'm ready, Nicole.
All right, Nicole?
Hey. Earlier? Were you going to see your dad?
It's none of your business anymore.
-On the sauce on a school night, ladies?
Orange juice and a pint of lager for Gabe, please, Scarlett.
-What would you like?
-Couple of large white wines, I think.
Actually, I think we might go somewhere else.
What, our company not good enough for you?
I just fancy somewhere different, that's all.
I don't need your help.
-What about our drinks?
Sorry, Scarlett, we've changed our minds. Thanks anyway, Dan.
Where exactly are we going?
-Add a chaser to that, please, Scarlett?
LEYLA AND MIRIAM LAUGH AND DOOR CLOSES
We thought we'd get a takeaway.
Hope you don't mind the change of plan.
Didn't really fancy going out anywhere.
Seems rude to refuse.
I'll leave you to it.
THEY ALL LAUGH AND JOKE
Tell me something, Will.
How is it police get so pally with thieves and criminals?
Aye, course they do.
Maybe to understand what makes them tick.
Well, a lot of cops turn a bit dodgy themselves.
Where do you sit?
Can we change the subject, please?
Touched a nerve, have we?
Deek! Sorry, Will.
I'm used to it. After a couple of drinks, neds always think they can take on a copper.
-You think I'm a ned?
-I didn't mean you.
Aye, you did.
-What? You think I can't take you on?
-Sit down, Deek.
No, come on, let's see what a good copper you are.
-Cut it out, eh?
Come on! Come on, then, let's have it out.
Oh, for goodness sake, what are you on?
I think you'll come off worse, mate.
Oh, I'm scared(!)
-I'm really scared(!)
-Why don't you sit down, yeah?
A WOMAN LAUGHS
How about you calm down, mate?
I'll tell you what. I'll make this less embarrassing for you.
-Not without me, you won't.
We'll put some black coffee on for you, Derek.
He pushed me, but...?
And she comes with the same story every week.
-Are you sure about this?
-Course I am.
I did try.
I'll get off to bed.
Will, I'm sorry. I had too much to drink.
I despair of you, so I do.
I said I'm sorry.
I know. But you don't have to be Sherlock to see that you and Will are not going to get on.
So we've found the solution. I'm going to move in with him.
But he's just moved in here.
Well, after tonight we've agreed it might be easier if we got a place of our own.
It was just the drink.
I know. Look. I wouldn't have rushed into getting a place together.
But I can see me living here with Will is not going to work.
Robbie, It'll be fine, I promise.
You are joking, aren't you?
All you had to do was be civil. You couldn't even do that.
You forced me to choose.
Well, at least you got rid of Will.
And after all that, they said I did book it
-and I definitely won't get my money back.
-Well, then, you should go.
-On my own?
-Well, I wouldn't mind a little spa weekend.
Oh, you're on!
Hey. I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. I don't mean to be all needy and controlling.
-I really don't.
-I know. I shouldn't have lost it like that.
Hey, you two, get a room.
Do you want more, Leyla?
-Where did the wine come from?
-I brought it in from the van.
Stevie, I meant it when I said
I don't want her to be resentful about keeping this family together for my dad.
-And if the odd drink helps...
-The odd drink?
If it helps keep Leyla together...
Are we OK?
Of course we are.
There's our connection.
The last person to see Alicia alive.
-Prostitute, works for a guy called Sean.
-Tatiana O'Hara? Know where I might find her?
-Who did this to you?
-What is it to you?
-Does it matter?
-It might to the police.
I'm no' goin' to the polis. You cannae make me.
Mum reckons she's in danger, that she's been through things I shouldn't be exposed to.
She's probably right.
-Look at him.
-I cannae do this!
D'you want to be the next one, d'you want to end up like Alicia?
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