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We're from the Social Work Department.
We've received a report of an injury sustained by your son Stuart.
-Would you like the job?
I need to have a plan in place, as soon as possible, for my future.
Most of all, I need money.
£15,000 in consultancy fees.
How does that sound?
That sounds fine.
Dad says, "Hi."
Happy Birthday, little brother.
-That only came out last night!
-I pre-ordered it.
And it's genuine! This must have cost a fortune.
I can afford to treat my little brother on his birthday.
Right, that's me away.
Prepare to get your butt kicked!
Aw, what? That's going to make my gift look rubbish!
Who gave you that?
Brilliant! Bagsy the first game!
Right, get your school stuff.
You not staying for breakfast?
I promised Raymond I'd be at wee Deek's for half seven.
Help him tidy up.
Sorry, darling, I'll see you at lunch.
You promised you were going to be around today.
Aye, and I will.
Yeah, gold star to you.
Leyla, can I have a couple of pals over tonight? To play the game?
Not a party, just a few friends.
But you've already got everyone coming round on Saturday.
But I'm the first one to get it,
so if I have some pals over we could set up a league.
Sweetheart, you said you didn't want to do anything tonight.
We don't want to cancel Saturday, we just want to play the game tonight.
There's nothing stopping you playing the game.
But if we want to do it right, we need to set up a league.
-We need more than two for a league!
Well, Stevie said he'd play, and I'm sure Nic would.
We need six for a league. Six gamers.
Conor, cos you said you didn't want to do anything,
I promised Tattie I'd go round with Kelly Marie and the girls.
I can't let them down at the last minute. Besides, I don't want to
come home to a house full of teenage boys.
You won't! Just Stevie and two or three mates.
For a couple of hours after school.
I've got study time later.
So I'll be there make sure they're away
by the time you get home from work.
Thanks for offering, Nic, but let's just stick to what we planned, OK?
Anyway, we've only got a few days to plan your party on Saturday.
-We could make your game more fun.
-What do you mean more fun?
You know, like joke prizes for the race winners.
Anyway, I'll see you all later.
I don't even want to think about it.
I don't know what her problem is. I said I'd be there.
Thanks for trying.
Don't worry about it. I'll sort it.
Thanks for telling me it was Conor's birthday.
Sorry, who made me your secretary?
You could have said something. I do live with you all.
I think you'll find you're dossing.
-Is there going to be a party?
-Not that you're invited to.
Actually I was asking so I could avoid it.
Getting stuck with a group of zitty,
hormonal teenage boys isn't my idea of fun.
But I'm sure you'll love it though.
Good luck with finding somewhere else to be.
Actually, I think the library's open late on a Tuesday.
You should check that with Liz.
So Will's got the afternoon off to de-queen the flat
for Edward's arrival.
But my mum and dad will show up with an engagement gift that will
immediately queen it back up again.
Look, if his idiot dad cannae like you, more fool him.
After what he said to you, the guy's lucky you're letting him
through the door.
-Oh, here she is! So what's the problem?
Alarm clock failure, queue for the bathroom?
It's Conor's birthday, and he's raging because Leyla won't let him
have any pals over. Even though I've said I'll babysit cos she's going to
Tatiana's or something.
Can you just mix me up a number 1.1 for Mrs Gillespie, please?
Edward has made a huge gesture - he's coming to the wedding!
It must have choked him half to death to pick up the phone
and accept the invitation.
So I'm choosing to be mature and gracious too.
Aye, you are. I'd give him a good slap.
But, if he's prepared to change, the least I can do is help him.
Even though he scares the wits out of me.
It just means so much to Will! I just want our wee soiree to be...
-Perfect. Aye, I get that.
Oh, there's the love of my life!
Hi? Why are you phoning me?
This is just him meeting the parents.
God help us when it's the actual wedding!
You know, I think I will just tell Conor to get his pals over
tonight. If they're all gone by the time Leyla gets back,
there's no harm done.
What she doesn't know can't hurt her.
-Aye, but I'll tell her.
Look, I admit it, I don't get out much.
I work two jobs, for hardly any money,
am a single mum to a four-year-old, but see tonight, it is
the first time in weeks I'm meeting up with my pals for a few drinks.
And you're thinking about taking that away from me?
I don't think so. Conor will get over it, I won't.
It's just a few of pals.
Do you honestly think you're going to be able to control
a bunch of 15-year-old lads on your own?
Their sole purpose in life is to create havoc,
and they don't even need to try. At last.
I'll just be with you in a second.
Aye, it's takeaway. Yes, it's a tapas bar but it does takeaway...
OK. I'll phone you back.
What is that?
-1.1, like you asked for.
-Why would I ask for that?
Do I want her to look like a zebra? Look at it! That is a law suit!
Use your sense!
I can't just tell from the colour! I mixed what you asked for!
For all I know she wants to look like a zebra!
Just pay attention and use your brain.
If something looks weird, ask me!
Get over to that Oyster and buy some coffees.
Get Mrs Gillespie a cappuccino.
-That was a bit harsh.
-She wasn't paying attention.
Hello? Pot calling kettle!
I'm sorry about that.
He said it! 1.1.
It's really not that hard to remember.
You should have seen him, shouting at me in front of Kelly-Marie
and her customer!
That's out of order.
He never even listened to me.
He should apologise.
Och, don't worry! I'm not gonnae batter your boss.
But if you need a hand getting him told he's an eejit...
Stevie Burns, Shieldinch Superhero.
What? Should I be wear my boxers outside my breeks?
Is Raymond not giving you a hand with all this stuff?
Och, well, it's all Deek's so it's a bit...
-Hard for him?
I just thought if I did the sorting out it might make it easier.
You know, I practically ran that Salon for Robbie
when he was in bits about Deek!
And who does Leyla think looked after Conor and Adeeb
when she was steaming every night for all those months?
Now it's Conor's birthday and I'm not fit to look after him
for a couple of hours.
I know, I know. Look it's me you're talking to.
You deserve a medal after the year you've had.
Leyla should know that.
She should but she doesn't.
..maybe, if the Caped Crusader could have a word with her?
And we promise to keep it to a few hours after school,
and two friends, maybe she'll go for it?
All right, all right, I'll talk to her, for Conor. And for you.
-You deserve it, darling.
Why am I being made out to be A wicked stepmother? Because...
Michael's no' here.
Yeah, I had noticed that.
And it's the wee man's first birthday without his dad.
-I'd worked that out too, Stevie.
-But it's about Nicole tae.
They miss Michael all the time, but it must be worse today.
And you're trying to tell me a video game's going to get them through it?
Whatever helps get them through the day, that's all I'm saying.
Look, Leyla. I know Nicole's only 16, but she grew up a lot
this past year, you know? After everything that's happened.
She just wants to be trusted, treated like an adult.
And you'll still have the party on Saturday, and I'll even give you
some secret gaming advice, so you can whip Conor's butt.
For pizzas and two pals only.
I don't want to find any more teenagers in my house than
-I left there this morning.
I just thought it might get a bit messy, you know - finger food?
So maybe we should just sit at the table.
Robbie! We agreed. You promised.
Just a bottle of wine and a takeaway. An informal get-together.
What are you doing here anyway? I took the afternoon off so you
wouldn't have to! I just want you to come home and relax.
Relax? I cannae relax!
This is the most important evening of my life.
Great to see you're putting our wedding into perspective.
Our parents are meeting.
Exactly, and you have two lovely human beings as parents.
I have Edward.
I have the right to be a nervous wreck this evening, not you.
Trust me, I am worried enough for both of us. You've already been
subjected to his views.
-I don't want your parents to see that.
You stood up to him and walked away!
You made him think, and he wants to be part of your life.
This is a big step for him, and you.
Time to trust each other.
That's why I need you by my side, not fussing,
organising a banquet.
We need to face this together.
Together. This is real, isn't it? I'm not dreaming.
For the rest of my life, I am going to be one half of a couple.
It won't be just me any more, it'll be us!
God help me. Yes.
All right, all right, I take it back. I am a superhero.
I do perform miracles. We even get pizzas.
Now are you going to text the wee man or shall I?
But nae booze and nae fags.
I'll text him. He'll be well chuffed.
And Alice is coming tae.
Is that all right?
Of course. I've asked Christina to come too.
I've been waiting for that game for ages!
It's got next-gen physics and a realistic track simulation.
The graphics are just amazing.
Right, I'll get the teas in.
I think Raymond's got some ideas of his own.
-And he'll still be thinking about Deek.
So I've got it sorted, ready to hand over on a plate.
It's a double whammy!
I come up with the idea then I run it for him.
All he does at the end of the day is count the money. Brilliant.
-He's already gave Zinnie the boot and I can't be bothered
wae more years of pint-pulling.
A letter from the school?
Aye, it's a project for Madonna. For tomorrow.
A song and a dance?
A song and a dance for the school show? By tomorrow?
She's a natural.
Just dae it a couple of times, let her watch you.
-I'm out all day!
I cannae sing, and I certainly cannae dance!
You're no' in the show!
Just make sure she knows the words and the moves.
I cannot dance!
Well, you know what they say, "Those that can't, teach."
So I've come up with an idea for every month, until June.
The first one's just a taster, to set the scene.
A Wild West night?
That's no' a bad idea. What with the band, the food and the beer.
There's a shop in Govan that'll deliver the outfits.
And I can get a discount on the ammo.
See, I'm no' sure about the gunfight in the Beer Garden.
Like the OK Corral? It'll be brilliant!
It's not that long ago that we had a raid by armed police.
Aye, but the guns don't even look like real. They're bright red.
I need some time to think this through.
Like I says, I'll dae the organising for you,
I know your short staffed since Zinnie's left.
-And I can dae wae the extra shifts.
-Thanks. That's good to know.
I mean, I could really,
really dae wae something to get my teeth into, Raymond.
So if you're looking for a second in command - manager -
you know, for when you're off,
when you want to spend more time with wee Stuart...
I was going to ask Stevie to step up.
It will be good to get some young, fresh blood
to liven up us old dogs. Don't you think?
Sorry, Scarlett, I'm going to have to get on.
-The estate agent's due.
Right. I'll give you some peace, eh?
-I'll catch you later. Once I've had time to read this through.
And good luck wae the flat, Raymond.
-She's nice, isn't she?
She's OK. A bit weird. She obviously doesn't get out much.
And she's always hanging around with Stevie.
Why does he have to walk her back to work?
Because she's new here and he's a lovely, kind guy,
who looks after everyone, and adores you.
Like Stevie would ever look at anyone else.
Did you get my text?
Yeah, but I've got an essay to do, so I can't. Sorry.
Come on, I've not seen you in ages!
You're always at school and I'm at college or work.
We never hang out. Just a couple of hours!
And we can plan the new Christina O'Hara!
I've never thought about cutting my hair or getting a new colour.
Hi, Christina. Hi, Jordan.
Isn't that the guy you liked?
I thought I did, then he opened his mouth.
You can do much better than a spotty school boy.
This is what I mean.
You've got it, you just need to work it.
Conor's party can be a practice.
We can go through some my stuff, try a things on,
then on Thursday, Robbie said he'll supervise a new hair style.
No, honestly, I've got tons to do.
Come on. Do you not trust me?
OK, but I need to get home to finish my essay.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. In the meantime I will rebrand Christina O'Hara!
The new me. What do you think? Be honest.
Sorry, I didn't realise it was fancy dress.
Where's your Labrador and your gun?
I thought I'd go a bit more conservative, to look serious.
Don't you ever listen to a word I say?
Don't dress to impress my father!
And why would I want serious, when I've got smart and fun!
You are perfect just the way you are!
Yeah. Don't fix what isn't broke.
Are those sherry glasses?
When did we start drinking sherry?
Oh, let me guess, does Edward like a wee sherry?
Coincidentally, yes, but I just thought
if Liz wanted to pop over for a drink.
You look great!
I think I look weird.
You only think it's weird because it's new for you.
And you've just discovered you've got a great figure!
The clothes are just the start. Make-up's next!
I want to look like Scarlett Johansson.
I'm a stylist, not a magician!
I don't know why you're worried about Alice.
She's pretty, but you're gorgeous, everyone thinks so.
So are you!
You just need to stop hiding behind boring clothes and flat hair.
Leave it to me.
He never even says he was looking for anybody.
He could have asked!
I'm keen, and I'm younger than some folk round here.
You look dead smart - nice jacket.
Here! That's my best wedding and funeral jacket.
I was going to ask you, but you'd already gone to Gran's.
-Where'd you get the blouse and skirt?
-Tattie loaned me them.
What's wrong with my gear?
Darling, you look fantastic!
Beauty and brains.
Take after your mammy.
Two wee peas in a pod.
...did you get chance to ask at the agency?
-They don't do shop or bar staff.
-I'm no' wanting shop or bar work!
I want something new...
You have never worked in an office!
Are you saying I cannae learn anything new?
You calling me an old dog that can't learn a new trick?
-You siding with Raymond?
-Look, you know I'm no'!
Stop trying to pick a fight with me cos you're bored! I'm frantic here.
I've got all this stuff to sort out, I need to get to the Post Office,
and the phone keeps ringing.
-I can move bits of paper about and answer a phone!
-I know but...
Good afternoon, Councillor Donachie's office.
How may I help you?
Could you hold the line a moment?
Don't touch anything but the phone, the pen and the paper!
What was it you're wanting?
Sue, Campbell, this is my father, Edward Cooper.
I'm sorry, am I late?
No, we were rudely early. We just couldn't wait to meet Will.
You must be so proud of him!
I am, very proud.
Edward, please take a seat. Red or white?
One glass of red would be lovely, thank you.
I'm driving and I don't want to get into trouble with the police.
You look brilliant. You both do. There you go, pet.
So this is your work as an Image Consultant? Creating a Nicole-clone?
Not very imaginative.
Are you not meant base it on the client's personality?
Yeah, I would give you a make-over but I've run out of broomsticks.
Whatever. I'm just wondering who to ask to the party on Saturday?
Like you're spoilt for choice.
Right, well have a good time and give Conor my best. And behave.
Don't worry. I'm in charge.
Oh, yeah, Leyla asked me to supervise your supervising.
Of course, I said I'd help her out.
I mean teenagers supervising teenagers, what a nightmare!
Stevie will be there.
Junkies supervising teenagers. It just gets better.
I don't think it's necessary for you to be there, Zinnie.
Let her knock herself out.
It's not like she's got anything better to do.
It's just crisps and ginger they've got. They'll be fine.
One of Leyla's old bottles.
I've been saving it for a special occasion.
Nicole, you promised Stevie and Bob.
I know I did.
Conor's not going to have any.
Look, this is just one drink for me and you.
To celebrate hanging out together again!
And I get you and Stevie all afternoon!
This is going to be brilliant!
I'm really pleased you came over.
Thank you. It means a lot to me.
It means a lot to me that I was invited.
Come on, take the weight off!
Kelly-Marie won't be long and she'll sort out whatever it is you want.
How about some corporate hospitality while you're waiting?
Now let's see what she's got stashed.
Thing is, Eileen's thinks she's it and a bit,
but it's my Kelly-Marie that's round the back, making the wheels turn.
I could do with someone like Kelly-Marie.
Well, I'm up for a change!
Thing is, Eileen's lucky to have Kelly-Marie!
She's a smart lassie. She's travelled the world
She's held down a career. She's bringing up a wean on her own.
I'll pop back later.
-Nice to meet you, Scarlett.
-Nice to meet you too, doll.
You've been a great help. A fund of information.
Eileen, I've just met your new secretary.
She's about as discreet as a News Of The World headline.
It looks amazing. I'm just about to set it up.
Don't worry, Stevie's right behind me. He had to go and collect Alice.
He is very attentive, isn't he?
You must have put so much thought into that.
-We're waiting till everyone's here!
-Do you want it back?
Aw, youse look really nice.
Sorry, I didn't have time to get changed.
You don't need to get changed! You look great!
Right, boys, this is Alice.
We good to go?
Me and Alice have set ourselves up - Team Crash and Burns.
You look good.
Christina? I didn't even recognise you!
You look great, doll.
We look so great we left you speechless, is that it?
Hello would have been nice.
-Sorry, you're right. I'm sorry.
-Team Crash and Burns?
Alice made it up.
-She's Crash and I'm Burns.
-Yeah, I get that!
I thought you were all right with Alice coming over?
-Why wouldn't I be?
-I don't know.
Stevie - come on!
Make way for Stevie boy! Shift it.
Right, boys, your tea's out.
Hiya, it's Nicole Brodie.
How you doing?
What are you doing this afternoon?
Mindless, bigoted thugs, and the Neanderthals got off with it.
And then, the loneliness of realising that you're gay.
Feeling there's no-one to turn to.
It broke my heart that he had to be beaten to
a pulp before he felt he could say anything to us!
You are a star, it's going so well.
I hope it was easier for Will to come out.
How did you...
Sue, Campbell, you wanted to come to get the takeaway with me?
I admit I found it difficult, very difficult.
But he's my son.
And here we are, with love's young dream,
and all of us about to gain another son!
It's just wonderful!
So, my new boy! Let's see this swanky new place.
It doesn't take three of us to collect the food!
I said I wanted to go first, you're the one that's tagging along!
Welcome to my world.
Do you want another wee glass of wine?
I'll wait till they come back.
-Do you need a hand with anything?
Oh, no, don't you worry. I'll make sure it's a priority.
Leave it to me.
She'll find the time to meet you. Aye. No problemo.
Thanks, darling. That's awfully kind of you.
What the hell are you doing?
I'm taking calls while Kelly-Marie's down the Post Office.
You can't just swan in here and take over! My work is highly confidential!
And can you tell me who it is I'm finding the time to meet?
Mrs O'Donnell down the estate.
She's got problems with her downstairs plumbing.
-Eileen, I am so sorry!
-You were at the Post Office again?
Because that's why you were late this morning, wasn't it?
Well, actually, that's
because I'd forgotten an appointment at the Salon.
I know you've got enough on your plate.
-I didn't want to let you down.
-You dragged someone off the street
-to do your work for you?
-Off the street?
I just asked Mum to answer the phone, take down any messages
while I was at the Post Office.
Look, I'm really sorry, but you know what it's like.
I got held up this morning at Cal's nursery
-and then my client was late.
-I thought you were serious about this job.
I am! I thought I could juggle but I can't.
I'm really sorry. It won't happen again.
I need someone I can trust in here.
But I do know what it's like, so in future...
This job is priority. Definitely.
How about a free manicure to cover it?
Bye, Scarlett. Thanks for all your help, Scarlett!
Am I invisible or what?
Will you just leave it! She could have sacked me!
-I pulled a fast one and got caught.
Just stop whining!
Look, I'm sorry, it's just been a rough day.
And now Conor is having his mates over,
so Leyla's coming over early after work.
So we need to hurry up, or else Leyla will get there early,
she'll get her head nipped and Gran will have drunk all the booze!
-Go on, Alice.
You've got to have played this before!
How come you're so good?
I'm like an Olympic athlete. That and I have no life.
Next time I'll get you. You will crash and burn!
Looks like you have guests.
Paul! Hiya! And Matt!
Hi, Paul. I'm Zinnie. Nice to meet you.
This is Christina. Paul and Matt.
It's my wee brother's birthday.
Paul's a pal from college. He's just brought me over some coursework.
Yeah, sorry, I was just passing. I didn't realise Nicole was busy.
No, it's fine. Stay, have a couple of drinks.
I mean, it's only soft drinks we've got.
Stevie! Come on!
Nae bother, boys, help yourself. I better get back to the boys.
-So, Paul, what do you study at college?
You know, Zinnie could have gone to Cambridge University,
but instead she likes to work at Shieldinch Mini Market.
-It's called a gap year.
-Gap year? How long is a gap year again?
So nice to see Stevie enjoying himself.
Him and that Alice girl are, like, inseparable.
I just don't know how he has time for all the sad
misfits of Shieldinch. I mean, he's always go time for those
special people, doesn't he?
I guess the babysitter won't want any.
Take a wee seat, Edward, I've got everything under control.
Actually, Robbie, as we're alone, I'd like you to take this.
What is it?
Is this a wedding present?
Is that enough to save my son's life?
I doubt there's much more to squeeze out of Will.
God knows my son has made some poor choices in life, but you?
This is suicidal.
If you have any genuine affection for my son,
you will end this absurd charade.
Will is a brilliant police officer.
This will ruin any future he had.
Do you even care about what you're doing to him?
I love Will - for who he is!
I should have known! I shouldn't have let you across that door.
-How dare you come into our home...
-I dare because I care about my son!
I am a father, something you will never be and never know!
So don't expect me to stand by and watch you dismantle Will's life.
You've moved into his home,
he's put all his savings into your business...
-Do you think I'm some gold digger?
-I'm facing facts. And I know my son.
He might be easily led, but he's no idiot.
One day, he'll wake up, look at you...
-You know nothing about us!
-You know even less about my son.
Two months ago you didn't know who I was.
You don't know him!
And why this ridiculous rush into marriage?
Is it because you have to get Will to sign
the papers before he realises what a dreadful mistake he is making?
I love Will and he loves me
Give him time to think.
Rob and I have been having quite a chat while you've been out.
The two of you are going to make quite a team.
No, I've actually never had a boyfriend.
Why? What's wrong with you?
Haw - leave her alone! There's nothing wrong with her.
-She's your bezzie mate, she's your rock, she's your...
Yes. She is.
No-one's ever stood by me the way she has. No-one.
What did I say? Keep it in the house!
Just out having a cigarette.
Sorry, mate, is that OK?
Stevie, we've set up Monaco.
Just keep the noise down, eh?
And when they're done, come back in.
If you guys want downstairs to yourselves,
I can take the game upstairs.
What's left in that bottle will cover it.
-Excuse me, I'm in charge here and...
-Yeah, of course you are.
Now, who do I tell that you and your pals are drinking
and smoking joints?
I mean, do I wait for Leyla? Or do I just tell Stevie now?
Like your style, Birthday Boy!
Thanks for inviting me. It's been great.
Now the kids are out of the way, we can get this party started.
-It's zip. They're legal.
Everyone uses them at exam time. You must have seen them before.
Zip. Pep pills?
Sorry, do I look like a smackhead? They're harmless!
Still, though, it's not cool to go flashing them around.
It just gives you a wee buzz for half an hour.
But if you're not open to new experiences that's fine.
Don't push your luck.
I don't think Stevie would be too happy about the pills.
Who the hell does she think she is?
-Have you got anything else to drink?
-Coming right up.
Nicole. Only one choice, eh? Snog her.
And one for Facebook!
Go for it!
That is just so sick on so many levels.
Nicole, a word.
Oh, dearie me, have we upset the baby sitter?
He's not really the baby sitter.
That is Nicole's live-in smackhead boyfriend.
-How much have you had to drink?
-What's it to you?
You've not even looked at me! You've spent all night with Alice.
It's quarter past five!
We're playing a computer game with the wee man!
-What is wrong with you?
-What's wrong with you!
You're just the same as everyone else, talking to me
-like I'm a child.
-Then maybe you should grow up, then!
What are we even fighting about, eh?
This was supposed to be something nice for Conor...
Yeah, nice for Conor, for Alice, for Raymond -
you're there for everyone else, aren't you?
But never for me! So don't bother yourself now!
So me and my mate take the van and boards down to Devon every month.
Have you ever surfed?
Do I look like I'd sleep in a car, wash in the sea and eat on sand?
No. But you look like you're up for a good time.
Why don't you stick to practising with the wee girls?
Think it through before you move up a league.
You all right?
Hey, dude! There's a party.
Check my status in like 30 seconds. 13 Montego Street,
spread the word.
My life! My life's a disaster!
Why does everything always happen to me?
Stevie doesn't even look at me! He'd rather be with anyone else.
Nicole, Stevie loves you! Everyone loves you. You're gorgeous.
Why can't you believe that?
Because he never wants to be with me!
I go to all this effort to look great for him,
and he doesn't even notice!
Do you know what? Paul's into me.
I should teach Stevie a lesson.
I'm a mess.
My whole life's a mess!
No. You're perfect. You're gorgeous.
What was that?
Robbie, do you have any idea what you've done?
I have never felt anything from my father but disappointment.
Occasionally he's been pleased that I passed an exam or got
a promotion, but today is the first time I feel like he actually cares.
For the first time ever I feel like I actually have a father.
Oh, my god. This is why you're always there for me!
Always saying I'm gorgeous. You're gay!
No, I'm not! I...
Well what was that then? You kissed me!
-You kissed me.
-That was a game! I'm not gay!
I know that! You started it!
It was a joke! Like downstairs. I thought it would make you laugh.
It makes me want to spew!
It was a joke!
Not long now, eh?
Hey, Christina? What's up?
Nothing, I'm fine. I've just got to go.
Come on, stay a few more minutes.
-I just need to go.
-Just stay a bit longer.
Once I've finished this I'll walk you home.
I only live upstairs.
Do you believe in love at first sight, Christina?
-You'll bring on Liz's migraine.
-Shut up, Zinnie.
You're only here because Leyla takes pity on you,
so don't think you can walk around here, like you own the place.
Because you don't, you're nothing.
A pathetic, whining, drunk brat. Not a good look, Nicole.
You know, maybe I am drunk, but I'm not a kid.
I had to grow up!
Where were you for all those months
when I had to hold this family together?
I wasn't the one who tore it apart in the first place.
The thing is, with teenagers, you've got to cut them loose
at some point, fling them out the nest.
-Don't worry, I didn't hear anything coming from your lot.
Aye. they were drowned out by Gran and her pearls of wisdom.
The thing is, you've got to let them get it out of their system!
My Bob no bother. See Madam there?
I remember her getting her pals round from school
and drinking all my Christmas booze! Her pals didn't even like her!
After what my lot have been through in the past year,
I can't imagine they've got anything left to get out of their system.
Aye, nae wonder you're having to stick to the ginger these days.
That's why we're all here! To get it off our chests
And down our throats!
You're all right, darling.
What is wrong with you?
Aye. You haven't opened your trap all day.
Are you not feeling well?
Look, they're having you on! There is nae party.
Stevie! Adeeb's thrown up!
Here we are going on about our lot, after everything you've been through,
you must think we're a bunch of lightweights.
I got sick, I got better. End of.
Scarlett's right. You have to focus on the positive.
It has been a hard year for all of us but then I look at my Christina.
No matter what bad things have happened in my life,
I know I did something right.
Have you thought about joining a support group, Scarlett?
I know there's one down at....
I forgot, I need to talk to Jimmy about something.
See you later.
-Just through here, man.
There's juice and that there and there's crisps and stuff there.
What have you guys brought?
Nicole, have you got a bucket?
Haw! What did I say? Get out! Move! Am I talking to myself?
You an' all, One Direction, bolt.
Do you think she's all right?
Excuse me? What's it to you?
MUSIC: "Money, Money, Money" by ABBA
# Money, money, money
# Must be funny
# In the rich man's world
# Money, money, money
# Always sunny
# In the rich man's world
# All the things I could do
# If I had a little money
# It's a rich man's world
# It's a rich man's world. #
-No' bad, eh?
She's pure dead brilliant!
Come on, darling, let's get some juice. Well done.
# Money, money, money. #
Who needs money when I've got you, eh?
She should be on the telly!
I don't feel too good.
You feel good to me.
Actually, I'm all right, I should probably check on the kids.
It's only half past five. I'm sure they're fine.
Go on, then.
This is getting right out of control.
I've had to send the wee man's pals home.
-Look, I'm sorry lads, you've been had.
-There isn't a party!
No, there's no' a party, there was never a party,
so if you want to take your swally and go elsewhere.
Am I talking to myself? Bolt, or you'll be leaving in an ambulance.
Beat it or I'll be taking the swally off you! Move! Move it!
KNOCK ON DOOR
Stand up. Come on.
Where is that clown?
Some eejit put on Facebook there's a party here. Where is he?
Stevie, she needs help. She can't speak and something's not right.
I'll ring an ambulance.
You're all right, pal.
Get a grip! She's had too much vodka.
Come on, Christina, have a seat, pal. You're all right.
I need an ambulance.
-13 Montego Street, Shieldinch.
-13 Montego Street.
It's a girl, she's really sick. She can't see?
Are you going to be sick?
Conor, get us a bucket and a big glass of water, pal.
-Christina? Christina! Don't you dare!
-She's having a fit!
Get Tattie! NOW!
Conor, Adeeb, go upstairs!
-Honestly, it's no problem.
-Don't be daft, it's on our way home.
Dad, I wanted to ask you something.
Now if this is a step too far, I fully understand.
Would you be a witness at our wedding?
I would be honoured.
Christina? Christina? Don't touch her, you've got to let it pass.
-Has she taken anything?
-She was drinking vodka.
She might have taken a pill.
There was a guy here that was handing out pills.
She did. She took one of the pills.
That's stopping next door. I should probably...
He's been like that since a child.
He's itching to be off to save the weak and the needy.
Tell Bob to meet us in A&E.
Will you text me and let me know how she is?
You're Alice, right?
Detective Constable Cooper.
The paramedic told me you had the pill.
I just need to ask you a couple of questions,
if that's all right.
They weren't mine! I didn't bring them. I took it off Conor!
I wouldn't bring drugs to a kids' party!
Well, that's exactly why I need to ask you about the guy who did.
Are you OK?
Yeah, I'm fine.
Look, it wasn't Stevie's fault.
He didn't know anything about it.
It was all my fault.
I'm so sorry, Leyla.
-It wasn't your fault! It was Paul.
-Paul? Who is he?
I don't know. He's just from college.
He said the pills were legal.
Legal? And you believed him? Are you really that stupid?
Even if the pills were legal did you even think to check
if they were safe?
Your best friend's being rushed to hospital!
If you knew he had drugs on him you should have kicked him out!
This isn't a game, Nic! Christina might die!
She's having a CT scan now, a brain scan.
They need to check there's no damage.
Haemorrhaging, clotting or anything else.
Do they know what caused it yet?
What was she just telling you?
They checked that she... she wasn't taken advantage of.
They asked my permission and...
they needed to check.
Right. Thanks for letting us know.
Bye. Take care.
Oh, jeez, no.
They're still running some tests.
Don't ever bring your eejit pals near me again.
And thanks for ruining my birthday!
-I should have just said something to Stevie.
-Just a second, Alice.
Was that your boss?
-You have to...
-Phone my social worker. I know.
You've not been here long. You have to be careful.
I am careful.
But what was I supposed to do, stand back and watch a kid die?
Pleased with yourself? Letting weans pop pills?
-Stop saying sorry!
Just do the right thing for once in your life!
It's all my fault.
Aye, your fault, my responsibility!
You don't get it, do you?
I promised Leyla.
I told her you should be treated like an adult!
She trusted me. I trusted you. That's how being an adult works.
After everything you've been through, after everything
your whole family's been through, you still don't get it, do you?
Not that long ago you saved my life in there! Do you remember that?
I OD'd? Ring any bells?
And then you let somebody bring
God knows what into your wee brother's party!
It means nothing to you, does it?
None of us mean anything.
Do you know what?
I cannae be with you right now.
Christina! Hello, sweetheart!
You're in a hospital, darling.
You were really ill. We had to call an ambulance and...
You were really sick. You gave us the fright of our lives.
Have you got any idea how precious you are, to us?
See if anything happened to you...
Can you remember what happened?
You remember you were at Nicole's?
I'm so sorry.
No, no. You've done nothing wrong.
It's no' your fault, pet.
You're going to be fine, that's all that matters.
You called the polis?
-I called an ambulance, the polis just turned up.
-An ambulance for who?
I've brought my stuff over from Deek's.
You move back in today.
Lenny, you cannae afford to sit back and see how things pan out.
You've got to be seen to be doing something.
Whoever it was, they crossed a line today.
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