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I just had a bit much.
A bit? You spewed in a bucket. It's the middle of the day.
When did you start drinking? Breakfast?
-It's a huge responsibility, you know?
Bringing a child into the world.
Right, nae worries, I'll just leave you to it.
Sit down, you're here now, might as well do the routine checks.
I could stop drinking right now, if I wanted.
But that would be acknowledging something that just isn't the case.
Dr Hunter will see you now.
You'll probably think I'm the biggest drama queen ever.
I've heard it all in here.
I need to give evidence tomorrow. You know, for the attack.
Anyone would be rattled by that.
-I can't let those thugs see that they've got to me.
I need to stand up in court and look like nothing can touch me.
Not on my own.
Will will be there, won't he?
He's the investigating officer.
He says it's complicated.
What about taking a friend?
I just need something to take the edge off.
All you need is to believe in yourself.
I'm not sleeping. I feel sick the whole time.
Have you talked to anybody about the attack?
I'm fed up talking about it. I just want it over and done with.
A counsellor could help.
It's too late for all that!
Please, Dan. What harm could a wee pill do?
Robbie, honestly. Medication would take time to work.
You'd feel no benefit by tomorrow.
Look, it will be tough in that courtroom, I'm not denying that.
But whatever happens, you'll get through it.
-So, you all set for tomorrow?
-What if I get mixed up? I don't want to let Robbie down.
You'll be fine.
There's Will. Will, how's Robbie doing?
Not great, to be honest.
Do you want to pop over tonight? Might cheer him up a wee bit.
Are you sure he'll want that?
It'll take his mind off everything. Bring Tom as well. About seven?
Robbie does like company.
Aye, I know but we don't want to be a bother.
Tomorrow's a big day for him.
Hello..? Who's there..?
Me! Who else?
I thought you'd gone to work.
I forgot my phone. Left it on the table.
-Where have you been?
-I was after a wee something
to help me through tomorrow.
-You don't need drugs.
-Dan wouldnae gie me anything anyway.
You're bound to be nervous.
Aye, I know. As anyone would be.
I've asked Hayley and Deek to come over tonight.
I can't face that.
Come on, it'll perk you up.
-There's only one thing that'll make me feel better.
Having you by my side in that court!
I've told you, if the jury get wind of us, it could blow the whole case.
You're no help at all. I need help!
HE MOUTHS, SIGHS
I had seen them both, noticed them both hanging about that day.
I don't know...
They stared at me, so I stared right back at them...
You see, I just tie myself up in knots!
Just concentrate on the question.
I haven't got long. I should've been back from lunch ages ago.
Just go, then.
-Let's try one more time.
-What's the point?
Keep your answers simple. OK?
Mr Fraser, can you please tell the court
when you first saw the accused on the day of the assault?
I know it's tough.
-I can't do it.
-You've got to.
If you don't stand up to these thugs,
they'll get off and they'll think they're untouchable.
Aye, but at what cost to me?
I didn't think anyone else was in.
Sorry to disappoint. Have you had your lunch yet?
I'm not that hungry.
Sit yourself down. I'll make you something.
What do you fancy? Scrambled eggs? Sandwich?
-I said I'm not hungry.
-You promised to make a fresh start.
You need to build your strength up. Or you'll be back to square one.
-I know you think you've been there.
-I have, and out the other side.
Drinking a few too many glasses of wine
is hardly the same as shooting up down some back alley, Stevie.
I only want to help.
Then stop hanging around and drum up some work!
How's things going?
Nah, it's for Bob.
Thought you'd have him on a health kick.
These are a bit tacky, aren't they?
I've telt the boss - I said people round here wouldn't pay for rubbish.
Are you having a party?
Yeah, for my dad. He's 78 next week.
We just want to make it special.
Aye, well, you would.
While he can still remember.
So it would be nice if we could get all his neighbours together.
Leave it to me. I'll rally the troops.
If you're after some class,
me and Stella can sort out the whole thing.
I wouldn't want to put you to any bother...
It's no bother, darling!
I felt like spoiling my husband.
Cheers! Where's yours?
I only had cash on me for the one.
Oh, well, nae luck.
Your ma's been fishing again.
-Oh, aye, what did she catch?
-There's nothing to catch, is there?
Well, there will be.
Is that mair bills?
Aye, they're daein' ma heid in.
You need to try and sort them oot...
They ones are fae the flat.
I was going to pay them all thegither.
That one's got my name on it. Do you think that might be from the clinic? My results are due this week.
-Will you open it?
-Are you sure?
Normal. It says that your hormone levels are all normal!
You kidding on?
See, I told you there was nothing to worry about!
I know you try your best to get the work in.
It won't hurt to get some flyers out there, eh?
Leyla, me and Nicole are really worried about you.
I know you don't want our help, and that's fine.
-But speak to someone who gets what you're going through.
-I've already stopped drinking.
And that's brilliant, but it'll be a lot easier to stay sober
if you join a support group.
That'll send me straight back on the booze!
How d'you know if you don't gie it a try?
Stevie, you've done amazingly well to turn your life around.
I get that you want the rest of us to see the light.
But I'm going to deal with this my way, all right?
-What's all this?
-Smoked salmon tartlets. Home-made.
They're only popping over for a drink.
I know. I wanted to do something special. For you.
It was meant to be casual. I didn't want to put you to all this work.
You know what I'm like, I get carried away.
I wouldn't have you any other way.
Sir, there's not a lot I can do, until...
There's not a lot I can do until I get the files over from Manchester.
I spoke to the sergeant there.
She's hopeful she can make a link to the trafficked girls.
OK, will do.
I swear, that guy cannae leave you alone for one second.
-Please don't do that again.
-It's an important work call.
-They're all important!
It makes me look unprofessional. On top of that - it's rude!
I'm going to get changed.
Off on time tonight. Cat needs a trip to the vet.
Input that lot for me, would you?
You're good at all that stuff.
As a reward, how does lunch out tomorrow sound?
Yeah, great. The Oyster's always nice.
I was thinking of something a little more liquid.
I have to meet a rep in The Ship.
Dan's practice partner. He should meet the medical reps, not me.
Dan won't take a drink.
-That's because I'm a recovering alcoholic.
Which is why I need someone with a little more life about them.
I won't be able to drink, either.
I'll have too much work on here when I get back.
If we have to sit through an hour of sales speak, trust me,
we'll need a little something to get us through. Night!
Sorry. That was completely insensitive of her.
Doesn't bother me.
I'm not ashamed of what I am.
I'm way past caring what anybody else thinks.
Thought I'd save you cooking tonight. I've made too much for us.
-Aye, it's Bubba's favourite casserole.
-Thanks very much.
You'd better come in, then.
Actually, I'm here for a wee favour.
-Eileen's in a flap about her dad's birthday party next week.
So I says we'd come to the rescue, help with the planning.
-All right with you, hen?
Great! Swing by The Ship tomorrow and we'll get cracking?
I hope Robbie's going to be OK with this.
-We're only popping in.
-He'll be glad to know we're rooting for him.
He might just want to be left alone.
Will wouldn't have asked us if it was going to be a problem.
Will's only known him five minutes.
They're getting married. He knows him well enough.
Ignore me. I'm just a bitter old bachelor.
No need to feel like a gooseberry among pals.
Wow. Looks great!
-I've had to put the paperwork away.
-You still haven't signed those bank forms.
-Sorry, I keep forgetting.
It is what you want, isn't it?
Yeah, of course. Makes sense for paying the bills.
I would've done it sooner, I just haven't had a minute.
You seem to have time for your DCI.
Sorry for breathing!
Let's just try and relax, OK?
Hello! Come on in.
-Hiya! How are you?
I hope youse are hungry!
-You haven't cooked, have you?
-Just a wee something.
-Robbie, you shouldn't have.
-You're worth it!
All the better for seeing youse!
Come on, take a seat.
Left to Robbie, you'd have the two of you turning up at the registry office on white stallions.
Now you're talking!
I seem to recall we agreed "low-key".
-Robbie and low-key?
The less showy the ceremony, the more meaningful it will be.
Then I'll book Kylie for the reception!
What about the honeymoon?
Travel agents are doing great deals at the minute.
Aye, cos all anyone can afford is Blackpool.
We're going cycling around France.
You? On a bike?
It's something Will's always wanted to do.
Aw, that's sweet.
Typical Robbie. Dead thoughtful.
-Which is why I can't wait for us to be married.
-Aw! You two are made for each other.
Fish pie all right?
Aye, the boys aren't eating, though.
They've got football till late.
-Yeah, I know.
-It looks great.
There's only two places. Are you not eating?
Yeah, I had something earlier.
Come on, that's far too much for us!
Honestly, I'm fine. You two have a nice meal together.
No more for me, thanks.
Take it easy, yeah?
We want him stood in that witness box, don't we?
This time tomorrow, we'll be on champagne.
If you can both convince the jury, why not?
You'll do great. You've got right on your side.
I hope so!
I can try and get off work tomorrow, if you want.
You can't do that. I'll be fine.
Will, you'll be there, won't you?
I'll be there to give evidence.
Well, at least you'll have him close by.
If he can tear himself away fae his DCI!
I was the investigating officer on the case.
I have to keep my distance from Robbie, for obvious reasons.
Whether I need him there or not.
-I could always come along.
-Come on, Robbie, you've had enough.
-It's going to be hard enough tomorrow.
Like you care!
You care more getting a result than you do about me!
-Where are you going?
-I need some air!
Well, it's probably time that we should be going anyway.
What was all that about?
Robbie's under a lot of pressure. He's bound to be on edge.
-Where've you been? I was worried about you.
Robbie, what is the problem?
I'm facing the worst day of my life.
You embarrassed me in front of my pals.
You did that all by yourself.
They expect you to be with me, side by side in that court.
But oh, no, the job comes first.
I'm not discussing this again.
-If it were me, I wouldn't leave you, not for a moment.
-I'm going to bed.
Are you ashamed to be seen with me?
I don't think it was ABOUT Will, though, Robbie was just upset.
-What do youse want?
-White wine, please.
Just a soda water and lime, please.
So, if Tom left you to face those thugs on your own,
don't tell me you wouldn't be upset.
-Will's the polis. They're different.
-What d'you think of their wedding plans?
They want to keep it simple. Nothing wrong with that.
It's all about Will. Robbie just has to fit round it.
Relationships are about compromise.
And what? I wouldn't know, would I?
Will loves Robbie.
Whether he's with him in court or not, nothing changes that.
Try it. Ah!
Why don't you guys sit here?
You're all right. We're fine here.
Honestly, I fancy an early night.
As long as you don't mind waiting up for the boys.
One of the mums is dropping them off.
Yeah, no bother.
She's not had a drink all night.
Disnae look like it.
She's totally getting back to herself.
It's only the first day.
Come on. Let's make the most of that sofa.
Right - gie's the remote!
Robbie! Come to bed, will you?
We're both under a lot of pressure.
What did you do? Here, let me.
I can manage.
-Does it hurt?
What d'you think?
-I caught it on a nail in the doorframe after you shoved me.
Robbie, I was just trying to get past you.
-Obviously it was an accident!
-You pushed me.
-You really think I'd do something like that on purpose?
-You pushed me!
You've been getting at me all evening.
Snide comments about the DCI and court tomorrow.
-So this is my punishment?
Look, I never meant to hurt you. I'm sorry.
I feel terrible...
I should stop having a go.
I do your head in, don't I?
After tomorrow, everything will be better.
We'll start planning the wedding and get on with our lives.
DISTANT LAUGHTER AND CHATTER
# Water is my eye
# Most faithful mirror
# Fearless on my breath
# Teardrop on the fire
# Of a confession... #
I don't need it.
Come on, your head must be banging.
You look great.
I'm so proud of you, you know.
It takes a lot of guts to go through what you did and take it this far.
Don't let us down now.
I'll do my best.
That's more than enough.
You'd better answer it.
OK, sir, I'll come in now.
I have to go to the office first.
-I'm waiting on these files, and...
You going to be all right?
I'll have to be.
I mean, after last night?
Go to work. I'll see you later.
How are you doing?
-What about you?
I don't think we should be thegither beforehand.
Right, well, I'd better...
That's him, innit?
-I hope the accused are as easily scared.
It'll soon be over.
In my favour, I hope.
We'll do our best.
You're not going through this alone.
I had noticed them both hanging around that day.
Then, the second or third time, my work colleague, Hayley and I,
were locking up the salon for the night, and they came past.
Did they speak to you at all?
The shorter one, Mr MacManus,
asked me what I was staring at and called me a "shirt-lifter".
How did you react?
I was shocked.
I threatened to call the police, but he didn't seem to bother.
And how did Mr Jackson respond?
He pulled Mr MacManus away, like he was embarrassed.
Did you have plans for the evening?
I had asked Hayley to come clubbing with me.
Were you hoping to meet someone?
Would you like to tell the court
the ways in which you might go about that?
One way is...
..I have an app on my phone.
How does it work?
It lets me know when there are other guys in my area
looking for the same thing.
And were there any guys on the night of the attack?
Hayley and I came back from town and went to our local cafe.
The app said that there was a guy in there.
And who else was in the cafe at that point?
And did Mr Jackson acknowledge you?
No, not at first.
After a bit he came over and apologised for his friend.
What did he say exactly?
He made quite a big deal of it,
like he really wanted me to know that he didn't share the same views.
Then what happened?
As he left, he gave me a smile.
What sort of smile?
A sort of come-on smile.
And what did you do?
I followed him out.
I was certain it was the same guy on the app.
Where did you go?
Down the street to the Portakabins.
Then what happened?
Take your time.
We checked each other out. I suggested he come back to mine.
He said he was more of an outdoors sort of guy,
and we moved closer to kiss...
Was there anyone else there?
He glanced behind me.
I turned around...the other one...
came at me...
I know this must be very painful for you to recall,
but did both men take part in the assault?
I thought they were going to kill me.
No more questions, My Lady.
Your witness, Ms Galbraith.
Let's go back to when you first saw the accused that day.
Did you acknowledge either of them?
Look at them in any particular way?
-Mr Jackson's a very handsome man.
Did you "check him out"?
No more than any other guy.
Oh! So you check out most guys, do you?
That's not what I meant!
Well, you go clubbing, you have a "gay app" on your phone.
You in the habit of picking up strangers?
Relevance, My Lady.
I assume it's coming, Ms Galbraith.
Indeed, My Lady.
How do you alert a potential sexual partner to your interest?
Give them a certain look.
Did you give Mr Jackson that look in the cafe?
He gave it to me.
Mr Jackson has a girlfriend and baby.
So I think you got your wires crossed.
Aye, Mr Jackson didnae want to have sex.
He wanted to beat me up.
Had you been drinking alcohol that night?
In town, yes.
-Were you drunk?
-I knew what I was doing.
What time did the assault take place?
So you were inebriated and it was very dark by that Portakabin.
Aye, but I could still see that it was him. And him!
After the assault, you made a complaint.
Who was the investigating officer?
Was he known to you?
My Lady, how is this relevant?
I understand that Mr Fraser
has since formed a relationship with DC Cooper.
Is that the case?
Yes, but not until way after.
-You seem to pick up men wherever you go.
-You trying to say I was asking for it?
Yes, OK, I was lonely that night.
I had a few drinks, I went out on the pull.
Does that mean I deserve to be beaten to a pulp?
My Lady, Mr Fraser is understandably upset. He's the victim here.
His morals shouldn't be on trial.
You'll disregard Ms Galbraith's last statement.
The assault was reported by Ms McCrone the following morning
at 10:05 am.
When did you see Mr Fraser?
I went directly to his home to take a statement.
And did Mr Fraser appear to be injured?
Mr Fraser had swelling and severe bruising to his face.
My Lady, I submit exhibits RF1, 2 and 3.
Did Mr Fraser tell you how he came by these injuries?
He said he'd been assaulted by the accused.
No further questions at this stage, My Lady.
Most assaults such as these go unreported.
More's the pity.
Did Mr Fraser have to be persuaded to proceed?
He was reluctant at first.
I imagine you had a special influence over him.
I don't follow.
Well, Mr Fraser has told the court
that you and he are in a relationship.
Is that true?
Mr Fraser was brutally assaulted.
DC Cooper, are you or are you not
having a relationship with Mr Fraser?
Yes, I am.
We've established that Mr Fraser likes to pick up strangers.
Mr Fraser's personal life is irrelevant.
His lifestyle - or some would say morality -
clearly makes him vulnerable.
Are you implying it was his fault he was attacked?
I'm asking the questions now, DC Cooper.
VOICEMAIL: 'As soon as you're done, get yourself back here.
'One of the Manchester girls has called, ID-ing Sean as a punter.'
When you saw the accused in the cafe,
did Robbie indicate whether or not he found the accused attractive?
I can't remember exactly.
-Yes or no?
Did Robbie fancy the guy?
And did you discuss whether or not the accused was gay?
Yes, but only because Robbie thought he was coming on to him.
-And was he?
-I don't know!
-My Lady, the witness cannot speak for the accused.
Had Robbie been drinking alcohol that night?
He'd had a few, but he wasn't drunk.
In your opinion, did Robbie encourage the man in any way?
-Not in the cafe.
-But he did outside?
I don't know. I wasn't there.
-Robbie left first.
-With the accused?
He followed him out.
So, he can't have been afraid of him, can he?
No, not at that time.
But later, the next day. They came back.
-They threatened him!
-Thank you, Ms McCrone.
I had to call the police!
No further questions.
It's fae Deek.
Apparently the lawyer made absolute mincemeat out of Hayley.
Poor Robbie. Must be a nightmare having to relive it all.
Aye, he looked terrified when he left the flat this morning.
Aye. He's a braver man than most, that's for sure.
Oh, hiya, darling! Lovely to see you.
Aye, well, I'm here to talk about Malcolm's party, aren't I?
First things first, what can I get you?
-Fresh orange, please.
At least Will managed to put that witch in her place.
-Well, he is more used to this than Hayley.
-I'm so sorry.
Don't worry about it.
-You did your best.
-Aye, you did, and it's terrifying up there.
Have you seen Will?
How's it going?
I've tried calling the girl back. Phone's gone dead.
It was our first solid link to Sean.
Does the budget stretch to a trip down south?
I'd have to track her down to make a formal ID anyway.
Put the case together, I'll push it through.
-How's the boyfriend holding up?
Who's the defence?
Tough gig. She's a bit of a Rottweiler.
These thugs have got guilt written all over them.
No jury'll let them off.
I felt bad that Ben had insulted the guy,
so, yeah, I went over to apologise.
And did Mr Fraser flirt with you or come on to you in any way?
I don't know any gay guys, so I didn't get what he was up to.
What happened when you left the cafe?
Mr Fraser followed me down the street.
We got to the Portakabins and he asked me what time it was.
I looked at my watch and he sort of lunged at me.
In what way?
Like, trying it on, kissing and that.
What did you do?
I did what anybody would do.
I threw him off me and legged it.
Did Mr Fraser smell of alcohol?
Smell? He was steaming!
So his recollection of events could be hazy?
-You do accept that Mr Fraser was assaulted that night?
-If you say so, but not by me.
-By who, then?
Nah, I met up with Ben a couple of minutes later.
He'd been nowhere near the Portakabins.
Thank you, Mr Jackson.
I know it's been pretty traumatic for you
to relive the events of that night.
Do you possess a smartphone, Mr Jackson?
Not sure what type my phone is.
-Do you download apps from the internet onto your mobile?
Have you ever downloaded an app called Tryster?
Funny, that, because according to the police report,
it was found on your phone.
I didn't put it on.
The cops said it wasn't in my name.
I'm sure a bright young man like yourself is capable
of registering a false name.
I told the polis that the phone was second-hand.
That app thing must've came wi' it.
Mr Jackson, have you ever had a homosexual relationship?
Or any kind of gay liaison?
-In that case, I suggest you downloaded the app...
That's not true!
..to lure gay men so that you and your pal
-could beat them half to death.
-That's a lie!
Take a seat and listen out for your name.
-Could you keep it down, please?
You sound ready for a break.
Tatiana will be here in any minute.
Actually, Miriam, I don't think I'm going to make it to the meeting.
I've just got too much on.
Get your bag. I won't take no for answer.
White wine is your usual, isn't it?
Couple of menus, please.
They're on the tables.
What about fancy dress?
Except folk can't really afford to buy costumes and that, can they?
Folk will just have to make an effort.
What about a band?
Aye, Malcolm and Liz love to dance.
-We could maybe theme it. A wartime thing or something.
I done a soldier party for Bubba's fifth birthday.
He was that cute in his wee army hat.
You'll be great at all that.
Planning your wean's parties.
Aye, I'm looking forward to it.
Are you, darling?
So what about the food?
For Malcolm's party!
I clearly told her New Zealand.
Oh, well, I can't be bothered to take it back now.
Right, let's have a look at the menu before the rep arrives.
After all, he's paying for it.
What would you recommend?
I like simple, home-cooked.
Is that even a remote possibility here?
Or is it all just ping-ping, a quick spin round the microwave?
Sorry, Miriam. There's something up with this wine.
-Maybe it's corked.
You know what I mean.
Smells a bit weird.
Sometimes it takes a wee bit of a while to...
For nature to take its course.
There's things you can do to help. Maybe go to the doctors
and get some leaflets?
Some folks take ages getting pregnant.
Others just get up the duff before you can say "babygrow".
-It's bad enough you banging on about babies 24/7.
Now you want to interfere in my sex life an' all, aye?
Sorry, Scarlett. Can we get another one of these?
-There's something up with this.
-Nobody else has complained!
Sorry, and also a soda water, please.
Let's hope the jury's quick.
My nerves can't take a long wait.
You were a lot more credible than those animals.
Have you heard from Will?
Surely he won't miss the verdict.
I guess he's more important things to do.
A pint of lager when you're ready, please, Scarlett?
Gonnae be a darling and collect glasses for me?
A free pint and you're on.
-Here you go, doll.
What's up with you?
I've just seen Stella.
-She's sick and tired of this baby talk.
I'm just showing an interest.
Personal things are just that, Scarlett.
-Aye, well, they'd soon be complaining
if I didnae care about them.
Do you remember when you had cancer?
I'm no' likely to forget, am I?
The last thing you wanted was people giving you tips.
The poor lassie, she's stressed oot up to her eyeballs.
All right. Soon as I'm finished here, I'll go and speak to her.
I didnae mean any harm, Jimmy.
I know that, darling.
But just try and think before you open your big gob.
Well, I'm not waiting for him any longer.
I'm going to order us some food.
Another voddy, Leyla?
No, I'm all right with this, thanks.
Excuse me. Could I order some food, please? Sure.
Will you be home later, for something to eat?
Yeah, of course.
Look, I haven't had a drop.
You don't have to explain yourself to me.
I had to put on an act for Miriam.
-It's soda water.
-It's fine, whatever.
-I don't need to.
I want you to believe me.
Leyla, you have to dae right by yourself, no' me.
I just feel bad about my confidence, and...
Don't think like that. You were fine.
TUTS AND SIGHS
The court is about to reconvene.
Spokesperson of the jury, how do you find the accused,
Ben MacManus? Guilty or not guilty of aggravated assault?
Spokesperson of the jury, how do you find the accused,
Paul Jackson, guilty or not guilty of aggravated assault?
-All of that for nothing.
-Not proven doesn't mean not guilty.
-They're walking free, aren't they!
Was that jury even in the same court as us?
I can't believe that those thugs stood in that box,
swore an oath and then blatantly lied.
Of course they lied, that's not the point.
I can't believe the jury didn't see it.
Or maybe the jury didnae like a gayer who goes cruising for sex.
Hey. You've got nothing to be ashamed of.
I stood there and told a bunch of strangers how I pick up men.
That'll go in the records and everything. I huvnae been able to sleep
or eat or think about anything else for weeks. And for what?
You didn't have a choice.
I should've stuck to my instincts and not said a word to anyone.
No, you did the right thing reporting it. Didn't he, Will?
At least those guys will have a record now.
Oh, a record! Have you any idea what this has done to me?
Well, I hope it's made you a bit more careful in public.
Keep my head down, you mean?
Be ashamed of who I am in case I upset the nutters?
It's all right. You're bound to be upset.
Look, there's no need for you to still be here.
-I know you've got stuff to do.
-Sure you'll be all right?
Aye, of course, come on. I'll see you tomorrow.
I'll call you tomorrow.
-All right. Bye.
We need some milk. I won't be long.
I've got to get out of this.
Thank you so much for coming.
Seriously, I couldn't have made it through the day
without you and Hayley.
What's that on your back?
I caught it on an old nail.
I fell against the doorframe when I was off my head last night.
Lucky, Will came to the rescue with his first aid.
I'll just get changed.
-What's this? The firing squad?
-We were worried sick about you.
There's no need.
Look, Miriam insisted I go to this rep meeting and have a drink.
I pretended my soda water was vodka just to shut her up.
-You should've been honest with her.
-She's my boss. I don't want her thinking I've got some problem.
Maybe you shouldn't socialise with her.
Yeah, I won't.
I know you think I'm sticking my nose in here,
but, honestly, it's so much easier if you join a programme
like me and Dan.
-I don't need to.
-Leyla, I know you don't want to hear this,
but I think you do.
I haven't had a drink in two days. And I feel fine.
-I'm not an alcoholic.
-Until she accepts it,
there's nothing we can do.
I've had to put up with this for long enough.
He's only saying cos he cares, cos he's been through it.
Just because he keeps falling off the wagon, doesn't mean I will!
-You definitely will without the proper support.
-How dare you!
This is still my home.
Respect my choices or find somewhere else to doss.
Honestly, it's nothing. Barely a graze.
I know how much you care about Will.
Will's got nothing to do with it.
I never said he did.
Whatever I went through today was worth it cos I met him.
How desperate did I sound in that court?
You, of all people, know how lonely I was.
I'm settled now.
For the first time in years, I'm happy, really happy.
Just promise me you won't lose yourself.
I'm my best self with him.
-He's a pretty dominant character.
-He's also drop-dead gorgeous.
-Robbie, I wouldn't say anything if I wasn't worried.
What are you implying?
Nothing, it's just that...
Tea up, gents.
Can I get you anything to eat? A sandwich or something?
No thanks, sweetheart, we're all right.
He needed you in that court today.
Look, Deek. You've already wasted enough of your day off on me.
I was glad to.
I really appreciate you being there for him today.
I'll see you later.
A voucher for No. 18.
I'm sorry for sticking my neb in.
I just get carried away thinking about another wean running about.
It is what we want tae.
So how's it not happened yet? Ignore me, sorry.
Well, just to reassure you, I got the all-clear yesterday.
Brilliant! And there's definitely no a problem with Bubba.
It'll just happen when it happens.
-Do you want a cup of tea?
Why don't we get a carry-out and a DVD, eh? Just the two of us.
You all right?
If it wasn't for those thugs, we never would have met.
You think I'm weak and needy.
-I do not.
-How come you abandoned me in court? What was that about?
Some sort of lesson to man up?
Robbie, I had to. I'm in the middle of a murder investigation.
Work has always come first with me.
I'm not used to being in a relationship.
I can't do all that emotional stuff like you can.
I really worry about how stressed out you get with work.
What is it?
I don't want to lose you.
You won't. No way.
C'mon. I'm not going anywhere.
I'm crazy about you.
That's 3.20, please.
Can I get you anything else?
Bottle of wine?
-Did you say 3.20?
-There you go.
-See you later.
-See you, darling.
She's daein' my heid in, man.
Tell me about it.
At least her interfering does have a plus side.
Aye. Deep doon, she does have a heart.
Before Scarlett says anything to you,
me and Bob kind of had a bit of bad news today.
-So, when do you start?
You could be more pleased. I'd be cartwheeling down Montego Street.
-The job's in Brighton.
-Brighton, near London?
-What is it? Am I invisible or are you just blind?
Be careful who you serve. Put decent folk aff, letting lowlifes in.
-Don't you "nothing" me!
-Ma, I don't want to talk about it!
You wouldnae see a doctor if your leg was hanging aff!
Don't tell me it's none of my business!
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