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Great coffee, only next time, skip the vodka.
Large white wine, please?
-I can't serve you - you've had enough.
Come on, Leyla.
If it wasn't for me coming home when I did, you could've been dead.
Well, I'm not, I'm OK.
I'm going under here. What more do you want from me?
I've not even started yet.
You need to leave.
-Good morning, Councillor.
Yeah, I'll be there.
I'm just making arrangements for it right now.
-What the hell are you doing here?
-Calm down - I'm only gonnae be here two minutes!
What's the point of you moving out if you're gonnae keep coming back every two seconds?
I'm trying to keep you safe here. If you want something - call me!
I will. Next time.
But now, I need you to take Stuart to nursery.
-I can't. I'm busy.
-Too busy to help out with your own son?
Eileen, I'm sorry, I would if I could. I just can't.
-BANGING ON DOOR
-You need to go.
It's not going to be him at this time in the morning, is it?
Funnily enough, he doesn't keep office hours.
Well, thanks. Thanks for nothing.
-I'll do it myself.
There you go. Just let out a wee squeal if it's too tight.
Oh no, it's fine, thank you.
I never had you down as boy scout.
Aye, well - I'm a man of many hidden talents.
Through here, dear.
I thought you were at work this morning?
Yeah, if I ever get Stuart dropped off at nursery.
I just want to remind you that I'm taking Dad to his music session this afternoon.
Now, no, that's going to be fine.
I've to go somewhere this afternoon
and Gabriel's going to be taking me, so we'll drop Malcolm off,
No, have some time to yourself, put your feet up.
That'll be the day!
Have you hurt yourself?
I just lost my balance there for a while
and I was trying to save myself.....
-Just a sprain.
-You don't know that. You need to get that checked out.
Yes, I'm aware of that and Gabriel has it all organised.
-I'll drop Liz off to the minor injuries clinic
while Malcolm goes to his music thing.
-No, I don't think so.
-Honestly - it's no bother...
It's no bother for me to make an appointment for Liz at the health centre this morning.
No, no, if I've to go there this morning I'll need to take Malcolm along with me...
Look, we're sorted. I can fit it in with -
Hello, Councillor Donachie here.
Can I have an emergency appointment for Elizabeth Hamilton...
for, this morning, please.
OK we'll see her then. Bye.
There you go.
Was there anything else?
An apology would be nice.
Look, I'd rather we put the whole thing behind us.
-It was just a blip.
-Rather more than that, I'd say.
Please - let's just forget it...
Hey, you're in sharp.
I came in early. I wanted to get things straight.
-Here's your appointment sheet.
Oh, and this came for you. Peace Doctors?
Yeah. I'm doing a charity bike ride for them.
Anyway, it's great to have you back on board.
Albeit on what appears to be a part-time basis.
I asked her to block out the time she needs for the AA meetings.
I don't need to go to all of those. I'm absolutely fine...
Look, it's OK. It's all arranged.
Tatiana's happy to cover.
It doesn't put me out. Honestly.
You're lucky to have such good support. I hope you appreciate it.
-Can we go through this patient list, please?
She's not going to let this go, is she?
She will, once she realises how well you're doing. Everyone will.
Everyone? Are people still talking about me?
-It might help if you put yourself out there a bit.
-So they can point the finger.
It's not like that. They want to help.
Yeah, well, I'm helping myself, thanks.
But living like a hermit isn't really a viable long-term plan, is it?
Honestly, Dan, You're over-thinking this. I'm not drinking, and I feel great.
-OK, you know best.
Come on! Sooner you're there, sooner you'll be back.
I thought Gabriel was taking you to get your wrist seen to,
He was! Then Eileen made this appointment instead.
This way, you'll be done and dusted first thing.
I'm going to take Stuart to nursery, then I've got some council business to deal with,
and then I'll be back later to take Dad to his club.
Come on, Malcolm.
Hello - I know I'm late but I'll be dropping Stuart off with you in ten minutes...
What? I don't understand. That's not possible!
Leyla's doing good - I'm proud of her.
But money-wise, well, things are a bit tight.
You know, with Michael being inside and that...
Yeah, can't be easy.
Me and Nicole just want to be able to get by on our own...
so, I was wondering...if there's any more hours going here?
What part of "steer clear" didn't you understand?
You said you would pay all the nursery bills -
I know -
-I've never been so embarrassed in my life.
And that's another thing. Why didn't the bank tell you they hadn't paid out the direct debit?
Actually, they might have. I've got a bit behind with the admin...
Just find your cheque book.
Do they really need it today?
No, Raymond - they needed it last week!
That nursery has a waiting list a mile long. I'm not having Stuart lose his place.
So write me a cheque. I'll take it straight round there to cover us
while you figure out what happened to the direct debit.
Write you a cheque.
There's not enough money in my account to cover it.
-What d'you mean?
-You know what it's been like since Sean came on the scene.
I'm robbing Peter to pay Paul here...you should see
the interest he's charged me on what I owe him!
But the savings are all right?
I have to pay what he asks,
to keep Stuart and you safe.
Stuart's school money...
If I don't pay Sean what he asks - then Stuart won't...
I'm sorry. I don't have a choice.
I'm just trying to keep things together here...
-OK, we'll deal with this.
If I'm going to sort this, I need the full picture.
You can't sort it! It's unsortable!
This is ridiculous! The man is a criminal - why haven't the police just lifted him?
Because he's slippery - nothing sticks!
Right. I'm not just going to take this lying down.
We must be able to do something.
If there was - d'you not think I'd have done it already?!
See when you took drugs - how did you know who to get them off?
What, you thinking of getting yourself a habit?
I haven't got enough hours in the day! No, I'm just curious.
I dunno. Mates, I suppose, then I got a regular dealer.
And Sean Kennedy? D'you think he's involved in drugs?
-You think it's possible he's dealing out of this place?
-Nah. He's too smart for that.
-He'll have folk doing it for him.
-There you are.
-Yeah... I was just doing the books - so what's up?
-I'm taking Dad and Liz to hospital.
-Why? What's happened?
Her wrist's fine. Turns out she was having dizzy spells.
-That's why she took the fall in the first place.
-Why didn't she say anything?
I don't know.
Anyway, Dr Stubbs wants her checked out ASAP,
and Dad's insisting on going with her, so I'm going to take the pair of them up there now.
Right, well I've just got a wee thing to do here and I'll follow you.
-Don't bother, I can manage. Anyway, Stella's covering the Oyster...
-No, no. I should be there.
Suit yourself. It could be long afternoon.
I'll be 20 minutes, half an hour tops.
You tell Dad and Liz I'm on my way.
Fine. See you there.
-Just a pint, Raymie.
-No, no way.
-I just need you to get hold of it for me.
I'm not going back to my dealer - I'm not going there.
You wouldn't need to. Get it off Sean.
You say he's involved with drugs but we've no proof, have we?
So you put an order in with Sean and when it's delivered,
by whoever, we'll have proof that he's up to his neck in it!
We know that already.
But the police don't.
No, I'm out -
You don't need to be in. Just get hold of the stuff and give it to me.
I'll plant it on him, and then the police'll find Sean Kennedy
with a pocket full of his own drugs and bingo.
-He'll be off the scene.
-He'd trace it back to you in a second.
What? From his prison cell?
Eileen, Sean's not just one guy - he's a network!
According to who? I mean, what do we really know about the guy?
Just what he said - that he's the big "I am".
Nobody is above the law.
Aye, and neither are you!
He's a crook and I'm a councillor.
Who do you think the police are going to believe?
Just get a hold of the drugs and if it comes to it, I'll cover your back.
No, it's too risky.
Fine. I just thought you'd want to help Raymond...
He's stuck his neck on the line for you plenty times...
Just one small thing, Stevie. That's all I'm asking from you.
But if you'll not do it, then I'll get it myself.
How's that going to work?
This is killing Raymond. I'm seriously worried about him.
I don't know how much of this that man can take.
-All right! All right! I'll do it.
You call Sean, talk to him - do whatever you have to do to get the drugs for me.
Actually, I can assure you my calculations are correct.
I filed the return myself a few days ago.
Aye, you do that. Yes, I'll hold.
-I'm just on my lunch - is that OK?
-Don't mind me. Fill your boots.
The taxman. Think they know everything.
Yes, I'm still here.
It doesn't say that on the letter -
Well, it's not in very big writing!
Very well. I'll look into it and get back to you. Thanks.
Aye, aye, everything's fine. That's them told.
Where did Eileen get to - did you not say she was coming?
I did. She's probably just got held up.
Talk of the devil.
-Oh, at last!
-Sorry, I came as quick as I could.
You didn't need to come at all.
Well, someone needs to be here to deal with the doctors.
-Eileen's good at these things.
D'you not need to get back to the Oyster?
Well, I suppose I might as well.
Now that the SWAT team's arrived.
They're gonnae be here for at least a couple of hours.
Liz has to get an MRI scan.
I don't know.
Did you ask them what they were looking for?
They don't know. They're just trying to rule out some possibilities.
-I'll speak to somebody and sort it.
-No, you'd be better off just staying with them.
Liz is more worried than she's making out and Dad's not any better.
You know what he's like with hospitals.
Right, you two, I'm off. Behave yourselves...
-Oh, I think Eileen will keep us in order.
I'm going to go and hunt down a doctor, see if I can find out what's going on.
-See what I mean?
-Stevie - can you give us a hand with the optics, eh?
Listen, about those extra hours you were after... It's no-can-do, I'm afraid.
-It's all right - nae bother. I shouldn't have asked...
-No, don't be daft.
I always want you to feel you can come to me. With anything. I'll always do my best to help you out.
-And listen, when things improve -
you can have all the shifts you like.
You all right?
-You seem a bit jumpy.
-Am I? Far too much coffee.
I'll go and get the beer garden tidied.
Mate! Any chance of a word?
I'm looking for a bit of gear.
My dealer's been lifted.
-I was hoping maybe you could help us out.
-Sorry, pal. You've got the wrong guy.
Mate, c'mon, man. I'm rattling here. I've got the money.
Does Raymond know he's got a junkie behind the bar?
Are you gonnae help us out or not?
An hour. Over there.
Brilliant. Cheers, pal.
What was all that?
He dropped something.
The patient's name is Elizabeth Hamilton. I referred her to you this morning.
I'm just checking in. Yes, just call me back please.
-That's me and Leyla off. We'll be back in an hour or so.
-So, do I need to start looking for a new partner?
That exciting-looking envelope you got this morning.
I'm assuming it's an acceptance, not a rejection.
-Yeah - I've passed all the assessments.
-Probably my reference that swung it.
-I told them you'd make excellent cannon fodder.
-Thanks very much.
So d'you get to choose your own war zone?
-No. But it'll probably be North Africa. If I take up the post.
I don't know. It's something I've always wanted to do - and Katy's making it more
and more difficult for me to see my son so it seems like the right time.
I don't know that I can leave Leyla.
Not at the minute.
I thought you said she was doing well?
That doesn't mean I can just abandon her.
Look, much as I don't want to lose you as a partner,
the best thing you can do for Leyla Brodie is to show her that there's life after booze.
And that you're off to live it.
I suppose so.
Dan? If you're all that's keeping her sober, she really is in trouble.
Look, you really don't need to keep coming with me to these meetings. I'll be fine by myself.
Who said I'm going for your benefit?
Is something wrong? You're not...
No - not at all. But these meetings keep me on the straight and narrow.
We're not all as good at this keeping sober lark as you are.
Well, I've got you to answer to. That's a deterrent to drinking if ever there was one.
That's been the hardest part -
knowing that my ex-wife doesn't trust me with my own kid...
I think if I'm going to keep fighting my issues with booze,
I need to take a step back from it all.
But I'm guessing that family problems are a trigger
for a lot of us...
-Maybe you'd like to share your perspective on that, Leyla?
Perhaps you'd like to say a wee bit about why you're here?
Oh, I don't think...
Um. OK. Why am I here...?
I don't know... I mean I was drinking too much. Obviously.
But doesn't everyone sometimes?
It's not like I was knocking back cans on the steps of the library or anything!
I'm just saying - I feel a bit silly being here at all - I mean,
I'm fine with not drinking.
And it's not been a big deal to give up.
You want to stop drinking? Don't pick up a glass.
But people who've been through this tell me
that this is the place you need to come to.
This is what you need to do. So - that's why I'm here.
So, how did I do?
-It was good you spoke.
-Not that I've got anything to say.
-I can't match the stories the rest of them come out with.
Nicole and Adeeb saw you choking on your own vomit.
I thought we weren't going to mention that again.
Maybe we need to because I'm not sure you're getting this.
-What's there to get? I've stopped drinking.
-And what's keeping you stopped?
I don't know - the kids, you.
See, that's what I mean!
It's not about the kids, or me dragging you to meetings, or keeping tabs on you.
-You've got to be able to do this for yourself.
-Don't want to help me any more?
Or course I do. More than anything. But you know, me propping you up - it's not reality.
I'm not always going to be here for you.
-Why? Planning on going somewhere?
-Yeah. Yeah, I am.
D'you know how long she'll be?
Listen, if you two want to get off home -
I'm going nowhere.
We'll be right here. No matter how long it takes.
Thanks for coming, pet.
-Gina does her best but when it comes to getting things done...
-I know. It's OK.
No, I mean it. I rely on you far too much.
And I want you to know I appreciate it - the time you give me and Liz.
You've got a busy life yourself..
Tell me about it. But nothing's more important than family.
I hate hospitals. It reminds me of when your Mum was ill.
That's one memory I wouldn't mind forgetting.
Dad. I need to take this.
Hi. Right, how's it going?
So he is dealing!
Just keep the head and everything'll be fine.
I'll meet you back at The Ship when I'm done here. OK? Right.
Hey! Move away from the car, eh?
Is it yours?
-Leave it. I don't like the look of him.
Come away in, I'll phone the police.
Excuse me... Excuse me, could I have a top up?
Aye, sorry mate, two seconds.
Hiya! You haven't seen Will, have you?
I can't get him on his phone.
No, something up?
No, no - just need to run something by him.
-See you later, eh?
-All right. Thanks.
Raymond, that's me on my lunch.
Take your time. It's not exactly heaving in here, is it?
What's going on?
The police found a guy dealing out of the pend.
It was Stevie.
No. No way, he wouldn't do that.
I don't want it to be true any more than you do.
They caught him red handed. Sorry.
Oh, you're here! I couldn't get a hold of you on your phone.
Did I miss the part where you said you were leaving?
-I've got to go down to Manchester for a couple of days.
-Manchester? What for?
We're liaising with a team down there on the investigation.
-You never told me that.
-You never asked.
-So when d'you go?
-Tomorrow night. But I'm back on shift today
so I thought I'd get this done while I've got the time.
-Shouldn't you be at work?
-I am. But I need to run some things past you.
-It's the VAT.
-Not my department.
Well, it's not mine either as it turns out.
I've made a mistake on the return, I think I owe them a heap of cash. Can you check it?
I've got to be back at work in a couple of minutes.
Fine. Maybe I'll just ask Deek?
Yeah. Why not?
See if he's the financial wizard he claims to be.
Can I pack the spare toothpaste?
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
I just don't get it. Stevie's totally clean these days.
So what was he doing?
I don't know.
He did say his morning though that he needed to make more money.
-Who is it?
I bet you that's him from the station.
Go and take it through the back.
-Thanks for coming.
-Right, what is it? You said it was urgent.
It's the VAT. I've really screwed it up. I need your help.
Wait a minute. You bought this place with Will, not me.
Take your admin problems to him.
-I know but he's dead busy.
-And you think I'm not?
I think you're my mate.
I'm up to my neck in it and I'm begging you for help.
I'll pay you.
Aye, Will's going to love seeing my name on the payroll.
I told him I was going to ask you for help.
-He's cool with it.
-I find that hard to believe.
I know, but he's got so much on the now.
He has to go to Manchester.
Look, will you take a wee look at it? What's your hourly rate?
D'you know what? I don't get Will.
One minute he's all over you like a rash, the next
he's too busy to help out with his own business.
Talk about blowing hot and cold.
All right, Stevie?
I believe you're giving us the silent treatment.
And you don't want a solicitor.
Found dealing in Shieldinch?
What? I wasn't d...
Doesn't make much sense to me.
I know you've had issues with drugs in the past,
-but that's behind you, isn't it?
Or maybe you've turned your insider knowledge to your advantage -
to make a profit?
Who you working for? Sean Kennedy?
I mean, you've always seemed pretty down on him to me
but he's been hanging out at the pub a lot.
Maybe you two have become pally.
It's the only explanation I can think of.
You're not stupid enough to deal for someone else in Shieldinch, on Kennedy's turf.
The heroin we found on you, we're running it through the lab.
You see, the stuff Kennedy peddles has a very particular DNA.
Kind of like soap powder.
Now, I'd bet any money it's the same stuff we found on you today.
I'm not dealing for Sean Kennedy, right?
So why did we find you today with your pockets full of smack?
-Cos I went up to score, all right?
-I fancied some, so I bought a bit. End of.
Nobody. A guy I used to know.
So what's the crack, am I getting charged or not?
SWITCHES OFF RECORDER
Find him a cell.
That's the analysis back. It's what we thought.
Do we think Burns is dealing for him?
No. He says he was buying, but that doesn't fit either.
Get another 12 hours. Let him sweat.
-See if he gives us something after a night in the cells.
You all right?
Oh, you're on a drip?
I'm dehydrated apparently. Where's Malcolm?
He's just coming. He's at the shop, getting you some night things.
Oh, so they've told you then that they're keeping me in?
I spoke to the doctor.
But it's only for one night. They'll probably let you out first thing.
But what if they don't? What happens to Malcolm?
He needs me, Eileen.
He needs you well. The sooner they get you sorted,
the sooner you'll get home.
If I'd just got myself checked out earlier,
we could have avoided all of this.
It's just that... everything always seems so busy!
I just pushed on,
and never stopped to think what really needed to be done.
And so now...here we are.
If I go...
..what'll happen to him?
He'll end up in one of those awful homes.
It just doesn't bear thinking about.
That's not going to happen.
-But it might.
-No. I won't let it.
The doctor said he'd give me the results in the morning.
Could you be here with me?
Yes. Yes, of course.
I'd love to do something like this. It's amazing.
Isn't it? A real adventure.
Do you know where they're sending you?
North Africa, somewhere, probably. But keep it under your hat.
I hadn't planned on telling anyone just yet.
I've got an appointment with Dr Hunter. Sorry, I'm a bit late.
No problem, I'm still here.
Well, I would have been on time, but...
I'll see you all tomorrow.
-I'm fine. Please stop fussing.
I need you to understand why I told you now and not later.
It's OK. You need to do what you need to do.
I just...assumed you'd always be around.
I can't be. But you'll cope. You are coping.
What, by going to bed at 7:45pm every night?
Avoiding any shop that has a booze aisle?
That's not coping. And it's certainly not living.
And you know what?
It's not even working.
Cos right now, I'd kill for a drink.
Hiya. How'd you get on?
-They're keeping her in.
Just for observation. I've told Dad he's sleeping here tonight.
I'll be fine across the road. I've got Gabriel.
No, Dad. It's decided.
Can I leave him here? I need to go and get Stuart from nursery
and pop in at the Ship. You can get him settled, eh?
I'm still here, you know!
Ach, you're fine, Dad. C'mon, we'll get you something to eat.
Aye. I hope you're remembering I don't like mushrooms.
-I'm sorry, Nicole, I'm in a bit of rush.
It's Stevie - he's been arrested.
He used his phone call on me.
He said to speak to you, and that you'd fix it.
-He's been arrested?!
-What's this got to do with you?
I don't believe it.
Eileen, what's going on?
Right - you need to know this is not Stevie's fault, OK?
I'm going to sort it.
So, I just told them straight, I don't owe you, you owe me.
It wasn't quite as simple as that.
Raymond, any news on Stevie?
They're still holding him.
-Can I speak to somebody that can help?
Well, there must be an officer assigned to the case? Thank you.
I need to stay on this call
so you'll need to go and get Stuart from nursery, just take him straight to Gina's.
You've not got him? It's after six.
No Raymond, I haven't got him.
I can't be in ten places at once!
All right, I'm going. Calm down. You'll have to cover here
-'till Scarlett comes in. Stevie's been lifted.
How? You've been at the hospital all afternoon...
Just go and get Stuart.
-They charge 10 for every 15 minutes you're over the pick-up time.
Yes, I'm still here.
Oh, and that's the best you can do?
You know, I know your name, so I'm taking this further.
Robbie, is Will at home? I need to speak to him.
He's on a back shift.
So he's down the station?
-You're in charge.
-Let me get my coat off!
Sorry, I need to do something.
MESSAGE ALERT CHIMES
I thought you and the kid had moved out?
But maybe you're planning on coming back again soon, yeah?
-Get out of here.
-I'm here to see Raymond.
But maybe you could give him a message for me...
Listen, someone tried to set me up today.
Someone in here.
You tell Raymond if I find out he had anything to do with this...
Take care now.
Oh, thank goodness you've got the teddy.
-He won't go down without it.
-Why didn't you tell me?!
-Are you OK?
-Why didn't you tell me what Sean Kennedy was like?!
-We can't be around him.
-I know, that's why you're living here.
Two minutes away from the pub? How is that going help?!
Well, it's all we've got! I've been saying to you,
keep a low profile and keep away from the pub.
-Has he said something to you?
-He was in our home.
-In the flat? What did he do?
-I don't know...
-What did he want?
-Something about Stevie's arrest. He thinks Stevie was trying to set him up.
I don't know! Maybe Stevie was buying drugs off him
so the police would know that he was a dealer.
No, no way! Stevie wouldn't even try a stunt like that.
-He knows it'd make things a million times worse.
I saw Stevie talking to Kennedy today.
-You don't think he's working for him, do you?
The police do, that's why they've nicked him.
-I need to go.
Just you stay with Stuart. Don't let him out your sight.
How you feeling?
Are you all right?
Leyla, please don't be like this.
I'm just... I'm not ready to do this on my own.
Look, even if I stayed, who says I'd be any good for you?
What if I started drinking again?
-Would that make it all right for you to do the same?
-You're not going to.
You don't know that. I don't!
That's why you have to take this on yourself.
And what if I can't?
You have to.
There'll always be something that annoys you.
A bill that needs paying. The kids kicking off.
You can't control that stuff, and I can't control it for you.
All you can do is decide that, for today,
it's not going to make you drink.
Is that the lecture over?
Actually, no. Get out there and face people.
Until you accept what happened and move on, nobody else will.
Call me when you're ready to talk.
I thought you were in bed?
I was. I can't sleep.
Probably went up too early.
Beats sitting down here counting the days since my last drink.
I thought I'd try some milk.
I thought you were doing OK?
I didn't realise how much I was relying on him.
Well, you've still got us. Me.
I know you're only staying here
because you promised my dad you'd look after us,
but that can work both ways.
We can look after you too.
But you shouldn't have to, Nic.
Anyway, according to Dan, I need to do this by myself.
That's not the same as doing it on your own.
That's sweet of you. But I feel on my own.
I can't even walk down the street without people looking away.
Then talk to them. Tell them the truth, why it happened.
That's what I like about you, Nic. You always see the best in people.
Don't lose that.
Anyway, I'd better get back upstairs.
You and Stevie to lock up, before you get to bed, yeah?
He, um...he won't be back 'till late.
All right. Goodnight.
I know it was stupid, but I didn't know what else to do.
Sean Kennedy is ruining my life, and Raymond's.
He's taking every penny we've got, he threatened our child.
OK, I get it. But it doesn't mean you should take the law into your own hands.
I wouldn't have to if you lot would do someth...
Please...please let Steven Burns go.
He hasn't done anything wrong.
He was only trying to help. And only because I asked him.
OK, thanks for the information.
-So, you'll let him go?
It's not that straightforward. We've got procedures.
But I've just told you, it was me who made him do it.
So by rights, you should be sitting in that cell with him.
You're not... you're not going to arrest me?
It's late. Get on home.
I'll see what I can do. But I won't bend the rules.
Not for anyone.
Where are you?
It's all right, Dad. Let's get you back to bed.
-Thank goodness he's out!
-He got back at six this morning.
They let him go. That's the main thing.
-With a caution and a fine.
-I'll deal with the fine.
Did you get my messages? I was trying to call you,
-I didn't know what had happened.
-They took my phone off me.
You should have been there.
I know. I'm sorry.
You'll need to say to Raymond what we did. He thinks I was dealing.
No, no, he doesn't!
Yes, he does. We all did.
Eileen. You owe me.
Are you off your head?!
I know, I know it was stupid. But I was desperate!
The thought of you giving him Stuart's school money...
You got Stevie slung in jail so Stuart could go to some poncey school?!
No, but I could see what it was doing to you,
I was scared.
Raymond, I was thinking about the future!
You really think any of us have got a future?
After what you've just done to that boy?
What can I get you?
Nothing. Um...I'm only here to apologise.
Last time I was in here I was completely out of order.
I put a lot of people in an awkward position.
No. No, it's not.
I'm an alcoholic.
I'm dealing with it.
Good for you.
Can I have a word?
Right, well, I'd better get on.
I've got quite a list of apologies to get through.
Sure. Listen, don't be a stranger.
-I do a mean fresh orange.
No, I mean it.
I know we're not exactly from the same side of the tracks, but...
I know what it's like to have a man in the jail.
Yeah. It's a start, at least.
I'm not staying because I promised your dad.
She never should have dragged you into this.
She was worried for you.
We both were. I know I should have stopped her, but...
Not possible. When Eileen's got a bee in her bonnet...
I'm sorry, though.
It's all right.
What's he doing here?
He works here.
No, he doesn't. Not in my pub.
Stevie, son, can I have a word through the back?
Listen, pal, I'm really sorry.
-I'm going to have to let you go.
It's all right.
He's sacking you!
I know what he's doing.
And what, you're just going to take it?!
Aye, I am.
Come on, let's go.
All he's ever done is try and help you!
And this is what he gets?
-You're a joke.
-How is she?
-If you'd been at the hospital when you said, you'd know!
I'm sorry, something came up.
Oh, something always does.
It's just an inner ear infection,
she's not got a brain tumour.
Oh, that's good news.
All they really wanted was ten minutes of your time.
That's all everybody wants!
Well, maybe if you spent less time running about trying to
organise everybody, and more time asking people what they need from you,
you'd have more minutes in your day!
I need to get back to my work.
I really wanted to be there.
It wasn't a lot to ask.
I know, I know, but if you just let me explain...
I'm away for a lie down.
-I didn't get much sleep last night, one way and another.
Leave him. He's just disappointed.
He puts a lot of store in you and when you let him down...
I'm sorry. I've just had so much going on.
Mostly of your own making?
Take it from one who's learned her lesson.
You need to look very carefully at the way you live your life.
What does that mean?
I mean, sort out your priorities.
You think it's tough now?
It hasn't even started.
Excuse me. I need to check on your father.
You should just pour your own drinks.
No point in having a dog and barking yourself, is there?
What's it gonna take?
For you to leave this pub, leave us alone.
Now you know why he hasn't been returning your calls.
There's loads of missed calls from an "Edward".
Will and I are getting married in a few months.
We shouldn't have secrets from each other.
I knew it.
Where's Will? And don't try telling me he's not here,
I've not come all this way for lies.
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