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I really want to make this happen for Bob's sake.
It'll take him a while to get over Deek,
but if I was to get pregnant, it'd make him dead happy.
What have you done?
Isn't this supposed to be your turf, or whatever you call it?
I thought your name counted for something round here.
Gie's one of them over.
Oh, my God.
What...what are you doing? What do you think you're doing?
Get her out of here.
-Get away from me.
-You get away from me. Listen, leave me alone!
Take your hands off me.
You want your mouth?! Get out of here right now.
You keep it shut!
Get in there. Come on, Lenny Boy!
Lenny boy's no' so smart. Are you, Lenny?
Where are you, Lenny? Where are you?
That's your family?
Lenny the gangster. Big Lenny Boy's no' so smart now. Lenny!
Keep her in there.
Keep your mouth shut and do everyone else a favour.
We've hit the jackpot here, my man!
-We've hit the jackpot!
-You silly wee boy, you'll not get away with this.
We're no' gonnae get away with this?
Do you have any idea who we are?
Who's going to stop us? You?!
I thought I told you to keep your mouth shut.
Didn't I tell you a second ago to button it? Hey?
Did I not?
Come on! Get in there.
Get the money. Hurry up. Hurry up. Come on!
You've got enough. You've got enough in the bag.
Oh, my God.
Molly, it's Jimmy. Can you hear me?
Say something, please!
Can I get an ambulance? Aye. Now!
< All right?!
-Last time I was in here...
-Let's not think about it.
It's all I think about.
What are you two doing, playing musical statues(?) We've got a party to organise.
Milk and two sugars when you're ready.
You know, a party seemed like a good idea a few weeks ago.
Not sure I'm in the mood for it now that it's here.
It'll be good...for everyone.
Get things back to the way they were...before.
I really need this place to work, Stevie. For Stuart's sake.
I need you at your best.
I've brought my stuff over from Deek's.
I'm going to move back in today.
Come on, then, doll. I'll get you a wee seat.
Take it steady.
Mrs O'Hara, can you talk us through what happened?
-Can you hold back on the questions until I've had time to assess her?
Lenny? You better get over here ASAP.
Keep the wean occupied till I get back, will you?
-Do you know what happened?
-Hey, Jimmy, what's going on?
-Some guys robbed the office.
And you called the polis?
I called an ambulance, the polis just turned up.
An ambulance for who?
-I thought I asked you to look after him?
-He came running after you.
-Here, get him out of here, will you?
Come on, then.
Mum? What's happened?
I found her in the office.
She was on her own?
-I'm all right.
-You're not all right, Molly. You've had a major whack to the head.
-I'm taking her to hospital.
Oh, Gran. Where is Callum?
He's in the Oyster cafe with Gina.
Can we get Molly to hospital, and then you can catch up on what happened later?
Your staff should be getting paid danger money.
-It wasn't Lenny's fault.
-She was left in the office on her own.
-Why didn't you call me when you found her?
-I called Lenny.
-Why did you call him and not me?
-Precisely because of this!
Whoever's coming to the hospital, can you get in the ambulance now, please!
He better deal with the scum that's done this.
-Where are you off to?
-Someone raided Amber Cabs. A message came through the ambulance service.
-I'll deal with this.
-It's just a burglary.
Nobody just burgles Lenny Murdoch. I'm on it.
-How is she?
Miriam thinks that she might have a fractured cheek bone.
-I should have been here. Scumbags.
-There's no' a rock they can crawl under I'm not gonnae turn over.
I hope you're not contaminating my crime scene?
You should probably put that down.
A DCI at a burglary, I'm honoured.
We like to pull out all the stops for prominent local characters like yourself.
Hmm. Did you make a list of what's missing?
They took money from the safe.
-Just over five grand.
No doubt you can prove that amount was on the premises?
It's all legit.
You seem very laid back for someone who's just lost five grand and had his office trashed.
Yeah, I'm a wee bit more concerned about the old dear at the minute.
That is very big of you.
Oh, I'll find out who done this, I'll recover the money. All of it.
-Think you stand a better chance than we do?
-I didn't know it was a competition.
Why did they do so much damage, do you think?
-Maybe they were clumsy.
Or maybe they were making a statement.
-I will go through these.
-Wi' a fine-tooth comb, I'm sure.
My officer says you saw the perpetrators.
I cannae say it was them for definite.
What did you see?
Two kids got in a car. It was black, sporty, tinted windows.
Um...I think it ended UEG.
They were wearing black tops, hoods. One was small and wiry,
the other one taller.
It just happened so quickly.
Ah, the heavy squad.
I'm afraid I'm going to have ask you gents to leave.
Well, if you need any help wi' anything else, don't be shy.
What are you doing back?
Had a break between motors, thought I'd pop home.
-What are you up to?
-Och, I'm just getting ready.
It's my first shift at the pub tonight. The relaunch party.
Aye, well, be careful. I don't want you overdoing things.
I'm not pregnant.
They just took in my eggs to get fertilised, that's it.
-I'm gonnae get the results later on today.
-I know, I'm just saying, don't go overdoing things.
You're already working all the hours God sends in the cafe.
You gonnae come later on, aye?
Aye, why not?
All of the desk.
Hey! How much longer?
You want me to chivvy them along, cut corners, miss a vital clue?
I just want to know how long they're going to be.
Most genuine victims of crime are only too happy to have a thorough investigation.
You all right, Lenny?
I've got the polis poking around my office.
Next time you feel like phoning the emergency services, call me first.
You think the perpetrators dropped it?
It'd explain the damage to person and property
if they were high on something.
Send it to lab for analysis and prints.
How long before I can get someone in to clean the place?
It was Bob's idea, not mine.
If anybody can get away with a witch's costume...
Right, I need decorations for the pub and a Halloween costume.
We've got some stuff here. There's some more stuff in the back. You dressing up?
Don't know yet.
Halloween resurrection - what, like zombies?
Should just wear an old suit, some fake blood, go as a dead gangster.
Party at the Ship.
-Raymond's in a party mood, is he?
-No, not really.
That's what it says here.
"Landlord Raymond Henderson invites you back to the newly renovated Tall Ship."
He's trying to open with a splash.
-Nice of him to let me know.
-I'm sure he will.
-I wouldn't hold my breath.
All righty? You all set for tonight?
Aye, just about.
What time do you want me to be there for?
I need to decorate the bar, so some time this afternoon?
-I wanted to be in the house for Bob coming home.
-It's your first day back, Stella.
-I could really be doing with your help.
-I know, it's just things aren't great between us.
-All right, all right. I don't need a half-hour sob story.
-I'm just saying.
You cannae be there, it's fine. I'll do the decorating meself.
Like I've not got enough on my plate!
Just let Zinnie know I'll be back later for that stuff.
Where's he going? I've just lugged all this through from the back.
Mind, you've to take them every four hours, Ma.
I'll make sure she does.
Hard as nails, aren't you, Molly?
Stick the kettle on, Jimmy.
Nice wee cuppa, that'll perk you up, eh?
-I just want to be left in peace.
-You cannae be left, not like this.
It's the shock we're worried about.
It'd take more than this to shake Molly O'Hara.
Here we go, banging on about being through a World War now.
Well, I have. You lot have had it too easy.
If this is a taste of what's to come, we better leave you on your own.
I thought you'd get round to my way of thinking eventually.
That's it. Jimmy? We're off!
Are we no' having a cup of tea?
No, Molly wants to be left on her own.
Bob and Tatiana, better get back to your work.
You want me to stay here with you. Keep you company.
-No, I'm fine, I'm fine.
On you go, son.
Molly, I'm really sorry about leaving you on your own.
Just go, Jimmy.
Even if you've not got a costume, it's fine, still come.
All right, wee man?
What do you think!
I just... I don't fancy a party right now.
Yeah, but we might have something to celebrate later on.
I don't see how anybody would fancy a party right now.
I mean, it's like Deek was never here.
That's not it...
Sometimes I wake up in the morning
and I forget that he's gone.
Then I remember, and it's like reliving it all over again, you know?
I need to get back to the garage. I've left Alice herself.
Bob? Are you coming to the...?
What's the matter with him?
I thought you had enough on your plate without listening to other people's sob stories?
-It's in the pub, so...
I can't go, I know. Not that I could, anyway.
-Mum still has me under curfew.
-Look, I'm really sorry. I...
I'll see you later.
-You don't need to go.
-Yeah, I do.
-What is it with you two?
-It's girl stuff. You wouldn't understand.
PHONE RINGS Gina, I need to take this.
Hello? Aye, aye, it's Stella.
What, it's worked already?
Aye, no bother, I'll see you then.
BANGING ON DOOR
I'll get it.
Can I come in?
D'you know, all Callum has talked about this morning is how a bad man beat up his granny.
I know, but I left him in the cafe with Gina, but he ran away from her.
Where he saw Molly covered in blood. He's a little kid. He's going to have nightmares about this.
He can stay with me tonight if that makes it any better.
-I think he's had enough of your world for one day.
-That's not fair.
what's not fair is having a son who's terrified and a gran with a gash on her head.
Look, I got a gift for Molly.
See she gets it, will you?
Look, why don't you give it to her yourself?
-Aye, well, they say it's good for the shock.
-Oh, thank you.
-I'll be back in a minute.
I heard you hunted them all.
Too much fussing.
-You're doing OK?
-Different generation, Molly.
-I told them that.
You know, I just cannot believe that anybody would have the audacity to rob you.
Ah, well, the rules are changing.
For your trouble.
-I cannae take that.
-Ah-ah. I insist.
Have you any idea who was behind it?
Enquiries are being made.
-What's going on?
I'll pop back in later, maybe have a couple of halfs.
Clean as a whistle, as you'd expect.
How much was in the safe?
According to this,
-That's a lot of money to have hanging around,
-but if the books are clean...
-Something's not right.
You think he was behind it?
Wouldn't be the first time someone's had their business robbed
to claim money back on insurance.
But Lenny Murdoch? And for five grand?
Something is going on here, I can smell it.
-Any luck with that getaway car?
-Then get on with it.
Yeah? Well, I'm gonnae be needing that address.
They've finished up, then?
Things have changed since my day.
Hitting an old woman - it just wouldn't have happened.
What did Donald mean about the robbery being a statement?
He's groping in the dark.
You know, it's not been the same round here lately,
with the likes of Sean Kennedy thinking they can come round and take over.
This has got nothing to do with Kennedy.
-They hit Molly.
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.
-So, you were in the office on your own?
-Yes. Yes, I was cleaning, I was just cleaning.
And did you see them at all, these men who broke in?
Oh, I-I don't... I don't think they were men.
I think they were young boys.
They had these masks,
these terrible masks,
and then a big bat...
They had a big bat.
Like a baseball bat?
And then...and then he came right up,
and he was going to hit me with it.
Hey, it's OK, you take your time, Molly.
-I'm still a bit shaky.
-That's perfectly understandable.
I'm afraid I'm not being much help to you.
Not at all, you're being great. I really appreciate it.
-A get well gift?
-And you've got your own Florence Nightingale here.
-She's getting tired.
-Yeah. Look, I'll leave you in peace.
If you remember anything you think might be relevant,
don't hesitate to give me a call.
Finding these guys is a priority for me.
-I want you to know that. Both of you.
-I hope you find them.
We'll do our very best.
You concentrate on getting yourself well, you hear?
I'll see myself out. Thanks again.
-What do you think?
Oh, don't sound too enthusiastic.
It's taken me ages.
-In the cellar.
-Hey, have you seen my bags? I left them behind the bar.
-I was tired of tripping over them
so I moved them upstairs. Looks great up there.
Bet you cannae wait to move in properly.
-Who asked you to move them?
-I was just doing you a favour.
All right, all right. Thanks, Scarlett.
-Will you finish behind the bar?
-There's no pleasing some folk.
Maybe this isn't a good idea, having a party.
We'll put it off. We'll say to folk that, I don't know, the pumps aren't working, or something.
Put it off? Till when? Till we both feel easier about being back here?
-It's never gonnae to happen.
-This isnae a time for falling apart.
I'll be all right come tonight. Don't worry.
Thanks for helping out, doll.
I'm sorry for snapping at you earlier.
-Aye, well, we've both got a lot on.
-Is everything all right with you and Bob?
Can you keep a secret?
We're trying IVF.
You're having a wean?!
It's early days, but, well, I got some good news earlier so...
-What did Bob say?
-He doesn't know.
He's got a lot on at the moment, a lot on his mind, so I'm kind of...
Aye. It's not been easy for him,
wi' wee Deek, and everything.
I'm booking my spot as godfather right here, right now, all right?
What is it with yous two? Think you're a couple of wide-os, aye?
-What's that, mate?
-You know me?
-Aye, I've heard of you, aye.
Then you know that place you turned over belongs to me.
That money you took, that belongs to me.
-Think we'd have done it if we didn't know that?
-I don't care. Think you're a couple of tough guys?
-Beating up old women, is that your game?
-You want your money, you better come and take it.
What are you, the funny one?
You bring my money back tonight.
LENNY GASPS AND GROANS
-No' so hard now, are you, Grandad(?)
It happened in broad daylight and with maximum damage.
Could it be a warning to Murdoch?
If it is, then we're all in trouble.
-Maybe it's the start of a new turf war?
-A really bloody one if today's anything to go by.
The last thing we need are pictures of battered pensioners
and ransacked businesses all over the front pages.
It's not good for the image of Shieldinch or the crime figures.
Molly said they were young boys. They must be working for someone.
That's a big statement, to be turning over Lenny Murdoch. ..Donald.
Great, thanks. I'm on my way.
-There you are.
This is top-of-the-range stuff. None of your cheap gear.
I feel terrible about what happened this morning.
-I know you do, son.
-I mean, if they'd hit you any harder...
But he didnae, and Lenny'll make sure
he'll not be hitting anybody else.
Mmm... Oh, that's hitting the spot.
Here, how do you fancy a wee half hour across at the Tall Ship?
I'm sure the punters would love to see you.
Only if you feel up to it.
-Get my coat.
THEY SCREAM, HORN BLARES
-What the hell are you playing at, you pair of idiots? You scared us half to death!
-It's not their fault.
I shouldn't have come out.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
-Let's get you back inside.
-Don't be daft.
..who are you working for?
I work for no-one but myself.
Look, I seen the opportunity and I just took it.
-That's the truth.
Look, you help us, and maybe we can help you out a little, eh?
Otherwise it's back to prison.
Well, the way I see it is, three square meals a day,
roof over my head - send it on.
It's not going to be for a couple of months this time, Gareth.
It'll be for a couple of years.
Robbery, assault with a deadly weapon.
Maybe we'll chuck in attempted murder?
What is it? You get a kick out of battering pensioners?
I don't get a kick out of it, but, you know, she was warned,
she was told to shut her mouth.
So you just hooked her?
Like I says, one warning's enough from me.
OK, you don't work for anyone.
How did you know there was 30 grand in that safe?
I didn't. I just got lucky. Very lucky, actually.
You think so? You do realise that's Lenny Murdoch's safe.
Look, let's get one thing straight here.
I'm no' feart of Lenny Murdoch.
Maybe he's the one that needs to be feart of me, after his wee kicking. Why don't you ask him that?
That's what you should do - go and ask him.
I think we're done here.
This is DCI Craig Donald terminating the interview at 17.02 hours.
You are going back to prison, and if it's anything to do with me,
you'll be going back for a long time, Gareth.
And I'll tell you something else.
I'm going to let all the boys in there know
just exactly what it is you like doing to little old ladies.
Everybody's got a granny.
Take him back to the cells.
Hey, you're looking at a free man. My tag came off today.
What happened to your face?
-Sorting out a minor problem.
-And the problem's bit back, by the looks of it.
Since when did you start doing your own dirty work?
So where are these guys now?
I heard Molly got hurt.
What happens if, the next time, it's somebody closer to home?
Like Kelly Marie? Or Callum?
I won't let that happen.
You sure about that?
There's a lot been going on lately.
This day just keeps getting better and better.
# The word is about There's something evolving
# Whatever may come The world keeps revolving
# They say the next big thing is here
# That the revolution's near
# But to me, it seems quite clear
# That it's all just a little bit of history repeating... #
-How many's that, Robbie?
We're in the mood for a party. One week till our big day.
-Then I've got him for good. Look.
-How's Molly doing?
-She's not great.
-I wouldn't put it past her to show up in her dancing shoes.
No Bob yet?
I told you, he's not coming.
You should let him know about your news.
He'll be well happy, man, I guarantee it.
-You're supposed to be hosting this party.
Then get on with it. We can do this.
Raymond, we have to do this.
Pint of lager, please.
Must feel brilliant, being back behind the bar, eh?
He couldnae be happier.
We've arrested two perpetrators.
Well, you've delivered the good news. Off you go.
Just one thing. The car these kids were driving had nearly 30 grand in it.
-You said there was five grand in your safe.
Just wondering where the rest came from.
One of them said you came to get your money.
Was that what happened to your face?
Dear me. It's a bit of a statement, that.
Thinking they can take you on.
Time was Lenny Murdoch would've dealt with that pair long before we even found them.
Getting careless in your old age, or has becoming a grandad made you a bit soft?
Are you too involved in the local community now?
Whatever it is, it's dangerous for a man in your position, Lenny.
I don't know if it's got anything to do with this.
Your prints are all over it.
Lenny Murdoch has MS.
Is that why he was able to get the better of you today?
If this was to get out, every wee wide-o around here would be looking to turn this place over.
But I don't want that any more than you do.
I'd like to think we know each other well enough to do a deal.
-What kind of deal?
-Feed me information, a tip-off here, a nod in the right direction there,
..this stays in here. I don't need an answer now.
Think about it, call me.
You take care, you hear?
Can we have a wee bit of order for the gaffer, please?
I didn't plan on saying anything...
That's right, Raymond. Build the party atmosphere(!)
Just like to say thanks for coming and have a great night!
We intend to!
MUSIC: "Thriller" by Michael Jackson
MUFFLED: So, how come your Eileen's not moving back in?
She's just after telling me she's not moving back in.
I was saying upstairs was looking great
and it was easy to forget that somebody burnt to death in there.
Some folk would find it hard to forget. Eileen obviously is.
I couldn't think about spending the night up there.
And I'd definitely think about twice about taking a wean up there.
Are you all right?
Can you do without me for a bit?
How? Where are you going?
I'm ready to talk.
Raymond? Are you up here?
I can't stay here, son.
..do we have a deal?
You've said what you want out of it, but you haven't heard my terms.
-Nothing worse than a one-sided deal.
OK, say, I give you information
on some criminal activities,
you turn a blind eye to mine,
you give me room to operate.
What if I say no?
Hiya! Look, I cannae cut your hair today.
-I'm getting hitched tomorrow.
-Not without me you're not.
I won't be treated like a suspect.
And I won't be treated like a child. It's my life.
Exactly, and that's why I can't just stand by
and watch you throw it all away.
I'd do anything to secure my son's happiness.
-So would I.
-Name your price.
Robbie, you can't keep something like that from him.
Will never has to know.
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