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I'm afraid I have no choice
but to commence immediate eviction proceedings.
You need to be out by the end of the day.
I went ahead and got the implantation and that.
Anyway, it's...no' worked. I'm no' pregnant.
Some sell-out, Eileen.
Your friends, your conscience, all in one go.
What are you getting in return, eh?
-You used me!
-Ach, it's business.
Give me a call when you get the next batch of information.
Are you going to open up then, or what?
Sorry... I was miles away.
I've got my driving test today. Do you reckon I'm going to pass?
"Of course you will, you're an excellent driver, Alice!"
Hi. Is there something I can do for you?
I was hoping you could have a look at the car. The exhaust seems to be playing up.
Aye. Can you bring it back in tomorrow morning?
My colleague, Will Cooper, recommended you.
Do you know what? Just leave it with me.
Any chance of having it done today? I'm getting a visit from the Super
and I need to get all my domestics sorted.
Aye, nae bother. I'll have it ready for you this afternoon.
I owe you one.
Right. Well, another day.
Looks like a bomb's hit it.
I didn't have time to tidy up last night.
Well, I'll tidy up now.
No. Look, you go. You don't want to be late for your test.
Well, it's not for another hour yet.
Ah, somebody wishing me good luck.
Right, look... Have you got a copy of the Highway Code there?
Right, give me it. You sit down and I'll test you.
-What about the mess?
-The mess can wait.
-Come on, sit down.
Here we go...
How do you check your brakes are working before you start a journey?
HELICOPTER WHIRRS OVERHEAD
Don't ever go for a job in a call centre, will you?
Look, I'm off on a mission of mercy. Do you want to come?
-Aye, cos you look run off your feet...
Come on, it'll not take long.
Don't you think that's a bit childish?
Would you like some coffees?
I see Eileen's as popular as ever...
So... How's it going?
How do you think?
Aye, stupid question.
It's like a refugee camp!
It's a wonder Bono hasnae shown up...
I've no' had a proper wash for days.
I was wondering what that smell was.
You're awful quiet.
Just a bit tired, that's all.
Oh, you're tired? You should try sleeping here!
You do not want to be getting into a sleeping bag at my age.
Took me half an hour to get out of it this morning...
Listen, I'm gonnae make a move, right? I'll see you later.
Here, I'll come with you.
-Eh, thanks for the bacon butties.
-Aye, nae worries.
Bob, wait up!
Gran's not one to suffer in silence, is she?
What's that supposed to mean?
What's wrong, Bob?
Come on, it's me you're talking to here.
Look, just tell me. Maybe I'll be able to help.
I've got to get back to work, Kel.
-Is it Deek?
Is it Stella? The job? I mean... Well, what is it?
Look, I told you, there's nothing wrong!
I'm your sister, Bob. I know when something's bothering you.
Aye, and you're also staying in my house and eating my food
so keep your mouth shut
or you'll be kipping in the community centre an' all.
I'm going nowhere. Bob...
I'll get it out you, whatever it is.
Oh, well, I popped over to the community centre.
I was handing out some breakfast...
Do you know, I just feel so sorry for those poor families,
having to live like that.
Did you get me a coffee?
Oh, sorry. I forgot.
You know, you see that thing on the telly.
People having to stay in local schools
cos they've lost their houses in hurricanes.
Mums, dads, grandparents, kids...
All huddled together trying to keep warm...
You never think you'd see it on your own doorstep though, do you?
Do you know what happened to the photo that was in this frame?
Couldnae tell you.
Are you going to get that?
I'm just having my coffee.
Mmm! Oh, that's good...
Hello, Councillor Donach...? DIALLING TONE
Oh, do you know? I forgot.
I need to go to Bob and Stella's and pick up Madonna's bag.
What?! You're supposed to be my PA, you're never here!
Well, what can I do...?
Everyone's living out of suitcases at the moment...
and we all know why that is, don't we?
Hello, Councillor Donachie?
-Gie it to Gina for the housekeeping.
Are you sure?
Aye, she should get a medal for putting up with us.
Speak for yourself! We Mullens are perfect house guests.
-Some mail for you guys.
Oh, I'll have that. Jimmy, should you not be at your work?
Aye, nae rest for the wicked, eh?
I'll get that.
Scarlett, you don't have to do all the dishes.
It's the least I can dae.
-How's Bubba and Stella?
Aye, they're fine... I'm just dropping off Madonna's bag.
Must have picked it up by mistake when we got evicted.
Thanks, darling. I've been looking for that.
-I'll stick the kettle on, eh?
-No. I won't stay.
So, what's in the letter?
The letter you didnae want Jimmy to open.
Right... You cannae say anything,
cos he's gonnae go ballistic.
Do you know, I think I will stay for that cuppa.
Little Miss Christmas Pageant?
It's just a wee bit of fun for Madonna.
Let me get this straight. You've put her into a beauty contest?
It's NOT a beauty contest.
"Multiple costume changes, hair-dos and make-up..."
Well, that sounds like a beauty contest to me.
Since when's it a crime to be pretty?
Look, I had to send a photo in.
Oh, my God. That's the cutest thing I've ever seen.
She looks amazing!
-Aye, well, she's got good genes.
I'll get it.
It says here there's a section for mums.
Och, it's about Madonna, it's not about me.
Gina, don't say anything to Jimmy about this.
My lips are sealed.
And thanks for letting us stay here the past week.
Don't be daft, you're my pal.
-I wouldn't see you on the street.
-Jimmy says anybody that puts up with us deserves a medal.
-The more the merrier.
-Oh, I'm glad you said that, hen!
I was just wondering if I could use your shower.
Apparently, I'm not as fragrant as I used to be.
Aye, sure, Molly. You make yourself at home.
It's like a little corner of hell, that community centre.
Never liked camping at the best of times!
I went away once with the Girl Guides... Never again.
Well, you're probably a bit old to be in the Girl Guides now, anyway.
Scarlett, do you think you could have a wee word with Raymond
-and see if he would let us stay at Deek's?
I'll need a couple of towels, Gina...
And I wouldn't say no to a cup of tea, if there's one going.
I've a mouth like Gandhi's flip-flop.
Do you fancy meeting at the Oyster later? I'm buying.
Of course I passed!
All right, don't sound too surprised...
So, what do you reckon, then? A red Mini or a yellow Mini?
No, no, you're the first person I've told...
All right, I'll speak to you later, then.
So... Do you need a lift anywhere?
With flying colours!
Two minor faults. Two teeny, tiny, minor faults.
That's brilliant, Alice. I'm chuffed for you.
Do you know what?
Well, I need this motor moved outside,
-so I was thinking maybe you could do the honours.
-The copper's car?
It's not a problem, is it?
Come on, then. I'll guide you out.
Your carriage awaits.
You know, not many people pass first time.
What can I say? I'm a natural.
Aye, modest an' all.
All right. Start the engine and then take the handbrake off.
Bob, I've just passed my test. I think I know how to start a car!
I know, I'm just saying.
Right, put it into reverse and then go easy on the pedal...
Bob! Are you going to be like this all the time?
God help your kids when you have them.
That exhaust still sounds loose.
I'm so sorry.
It was my fault. I should have been paying more attention.
What are we going to do?
It's all right. I'll sort it, don't worry.
It's just a brake light.
You told him that you were going to have it done by this afternoon.
You can take it out of my wages.
Don't be daft.
Who are you ringing?
A man who's going to dig us out of a big hole.
I'll take the motor keys.
My mum has put Madonna into a beauty contest.
Can you believe it? A beauty contest, at her age?!
Anyway, listen, have you got a second?
What's going on with Bob?
How do you mean?
I've just never seen him like this before...
And don't tell me you've not noticed.
He's just cut up over Deek, that's it.
He's been through stuff before. He's always come out the other side.
Look, Stella, you don't need to protect him.
I'm his big sister, so if there's something wrong, I want to know.
Fine, I'll go and speak to him myself, then.
The IVF didn't work.
Oh, I'm so sorry. Look, are you OK?
Well, I have to be, don't I?
I knew it probably wouldn't work first time.
-Might never work.
-But you still got your hopes up?
I just thought Bob did an' all...
I thought he'd be gutted. He hasnae mentioned it since.
Maybe he's just trying to be strong for you?
Aye, but it's like he's just gie'd up.
It's Eileen. She wants me to go back to work, but she can whistle.
Do you think if you got pregnant everything would sort itself out?
I don't know. Maybe.
Well, there's more than one way to skin a cat, you know.
Look... If the IVF doesn't work, then there's always adoption
-or sperm donation...
I get a smile off another guy and Bob goes off his head.
Well...adoption, then. Whatever...
The point is, there ARE other options.
It's not me you should be having this conversation with, is it?
That's quite an old model, Bob. Not an easy part to get.
I told you on the phone what I was wanting.
Wait till I go see what's in the Batmobile, eh?
Oh-ho-ho! You're in luck, Bob!
Ah! A female apprentice, eh?
Could you no' find any blokes that were smaller than you?
I'm just yanking your chain, Bob...
C'mon, 120 quid.
-For a brake light?!
-Where else are you gonnae get one round here?
-That's a rip off.
Aye, aye, I'm all right.
Listen, babe, I'm just kind of busy right now, so...
'I know, I know. I won't keep you.'
I wondered what you were doing later on?
I thought I could come and meet you and buy you lunch...
maybe give us a chance to talk.
Aye, all right...
It's just that I'm kind of in the middle of something, so can I...?
'...figure out what we do next.'
I think we all know who wears the trousers in that house, eh?
Look, I'll talk to you later.
So, what's it going to be then, Bob?
You're not really going to pay him that?
Alice, keep out of this, eh?
I can gie you 110.
Yeah, you have been. He is making a mug out of you.
I don't have a choice, do I?
-Have you got a receipt?
-Have you got a pen?
No. Come in.
Shut the doors on that van, will you, doll?
Darling, just stay there a minute.
Mummy will be back in a minute, all right?
Aye. Aye, I'm just calling to tell you Madonna won't be in today.
Aye, she's got a wee bit of a bug.
OK, thanks very much.
The wean no' well?
Aye, I'm taking her to the doctor's.
-Is she OK?
-I think it's a 24-hour thing...
But I've not got an appointment, so I might be late into work.
It's all right, Stevie will cover your shift.
-It's my day off.
-She's got a sick child, you.
-Aye, all right.
See while I'm here, Raymond? My ma and Big Bob are still
sleeping in the community centre. It's just a bit of a nightmare...
I feel that sorry for them.
Yeah, I know.
Tell you what.
You say to them they can come round to the pub for their tea.
They can have anything on the menu and it's on me.
-That's awful kind of you, thanks.
-You've got to do your bit.
And if there's ever anything else they need, don't hesitate to ask.
Well, what they really need is somewhere to stay,
-and seeing as you've got two flats, you know, yours and Deek's...
-Hang on a minute!
I'll send them round for the keys. Thanks, Raymond, you're a star.
< All right, darling. Let's go.
What are you grinning at?
Get your jacket off!
That's the exhaust fixed!
We make a good team, don't we?
I'm gonnae gie you the benefit of the doubt,
and assume you had nothing to dae with this.
Nothing to dae with what?
Your light-fingered little friend there
pinched a load of stuff from my van.
What are you talking about?
A couple of my tools have gone missing.
Anybody could have took them!
I've been to two garages. The tools were still there when I left the first one.
You're out of order. You cannae just walk in here accusing people.
Then get her to empty her pockets, then.
Do us a favour, Alice, eh? To shut him up.
Look, I only took them because he was ripping you off...
Here, you can have them back.
I want the money or I'm calling the polis.
-Can't you just take them back...?
All right, all right, you've made your point.
I know I'm a bit early... What happened to my car?
Look, I'm sorry. We had a bit of an accident.
I can see that.
Listen, pal. Unless she's robbed you too, you'll just need to wait your turn.
She knocked a couple of tools but it's OK, I'm sorting it.
I'm a police officer, if you want to make a formal complaint, sir?
Nae need for that. I'll pay for them.
As long as I get my money, I don't want to take it any further.
I think you and I need to have a word in private, don't you?
If that's all right with you, Bob?
Aye, I need to go to the cashline anyway. Come on.
You're not the sharpest knife in the drawer, are you?
You stay out of trouble and you don't draw attention to yourself.
That's what you're told, isn't it?
-You know about...?
-It's my job to know.
It's also my job to keep you safe,
but I can't do that if you go round nicking stuff.
It was a couple of spanners!
I was just sticking up for Bob.
You're given a second chance most people wouldn't get
and you almost throw it away for the sake of "a couple of spanners"?
-You will be.
You're not going to tell Bob, are you?
Do you have any idea how much trouble it would cause
if you got arrested for something like this?
Not just for you and me.
Keep your head down and don't step out of line again, do you hear me?
-Do you hear me?
Listen, I'll have your motor ready first thing in the morning.
I'm sorry for any inconvenience.
Don't be. You know what? Give it a full service.
I'll bill you for a courtesy car till the end of the week. OK?
They had an offer on acrylics an' all, but I thought
that'd be a bit tacky for a five-year-old.
-Right, and you wouldn't want anything tacky.
Come on, darling. Better get in here before your daddy sees you...
Scarlett? What's she doing home?
She's a wee bit under the weather, so I thought I'd keep her off.
-Is she wearing earrings?
She's just out her nappies, for crying out loud!
-No, I'm not!
-They're only wee ones, and they all wear them nowadays!
I don't care who's wearing them,
no daughter of mine's going about dressed like Rihanna!
-All right, keep your hair on.
-I mean it, Scarlett.
Look, Scarlett, her ears do look a wee bit red.
Fine, I'll take them out.
Do you want to take her upstairs and get her lunch?
I've got to get to my work.
Come on, darling.
See you, Madonna.
It's all right. You've got to choose your battles, eh?
What have you done now?
Gina, I've just seen the best pair of shoes ever.
They've not got them in Madonna's size but they'll send them over
from another branch.
They're a bit expensive, but they'll be perfect for the pageant.
-He's going to go ballistic.
-They're getting delivered to The Ship.
What he cannae see will no' hurt him! Talking of The Ship...
See you later.
I'm going over to the Oyster. Can I get you anything?
I think you've done enough, do you no'?
So you keep saying.
I only took that stuff because he was taking the mick out of you.
Why do you let people walk all over you?
-What are you talking about?
-That guy with the van,
the way he spoke to you, charging you 120 quid for a brake light
and you just stood there and took it.
-What did you want me to dae?
-I don't know, fight back...
Stand up for yourself, stand up for me.
I thought we were supposed to be a team.
Grow up, Alice.
Why didn't you stick up for me?
So you wanted me to lie to the polis for you?
I just thought that you would look out for me.
Look, I'm your boss, no' your social worker.
-Have you been in trouble with the polis before or something?
You have, haven't you?
A couple of years ago. It was just little stuff.
You lied to me!
You wouldn't have given me the job, otherwise.
Bob, I would never steal from you.
I asked you if you had a record when I offered you the job.
-You're gonnae have to find somewhere else to work.
-You're sacking me?
-Aye. I'll pay you till Friday and that's it.
-No, Bob, please.
No, forget it. I don't need the hassle.
You don't look very happy
for someone who's just passed their driving test.
I've lost my job.
Bob's just sacked me.
Bob? He wouldn't do that.
He just did.
I'm gutted for you. You really love that job, don't you?
It doesn't matter...
I just messed up...
Look, maybe something else will turn up.
I'll get you a cup of tea.
What did you do?
It can't have been that bad.
I stole a couple of tools out this guy's van.
Look, I know it was stupid, but I was just trying to stick up for Bob.
The guy was ripping him off.
What are you going to do?
There's no point in me sticking round here, is there?
I'll just ring you later.
I've got some great news.
We're going to be staying at Deek's flat with Raymond.
And that's good news?
That's better than where we are at the moment...
How's the job going, Alice?
Bob fired her.
I thought you two were getting on?
I'm going to have a word with him. He can't just fire you...
No, Christina! Don't!
Sacked enough people for one day, have you?
You can't do this. She loves this job.
She stays late every night, does all your paperwork...
She makes one stupid mistake...
Go home, Christina, all right?
She's going to leave Shieldinch now, do you know that...?
You've ruined everything!
You don't give a toss though, do you?
You're starting a bit early, are you no'?
-What's your point?
-One of thae days, aye?
See the game last night?
Can a guy not have a drink in peace, naw?
It's happy hour again.
Oh, I take that back!
Oh, here, something came for you.
Oh, that was quick.
It must be the shoes I ordered in town this morning.
I thought you were taking Madonna to the doctor's this morning.
Aye, I took her into the walk-in centre in town,
then I popped into the shoe shop on the way home.
You've been had.
Hey, it was you that was covering her shift!
There he is, my knight in shining armour.
You know, this man is a saint.
Opens his doors to the homeless.
I don't know what to say to you, Raymond.
Well, you do know that this isn't a permanent thing, right?
But could I have the key to the flat so we can start moving our stuff in?
Just a few bits and pieces. You'll not even know we're there.
# Little broken hearts of the night
# Slowly picking up their knives
# On the way to the fight
# Tonight they want revenge
# Beautiful soldiers in their beds
# Making love inside their heads... #
We're moving up in the world.
Raymond's putting us up. Nae more sleeping bags!
You OK, son?
Aye. Aye, I'm fine, Gran.
A couple of weeks at the most, OK?
That's all we'll need.
I thought we were going for lunch.
I changed my mind.
Oh, you really know how to make a lassie feel special(!)
Right, we'll just eat here, then.
Stevie, see when you've got a minute,
can we have a couple of menus?
Shift's supposed to be done, man! Where the hell is everybody?
I already had something to eat.
Then you can watch me eat.
We need to talk.
Stella, I'm no' in the mood.
What is it with you?
You're all smiles with everybody else,
and then when I try to have a conversation with you,
it's like pulling teeth.
Just because the IVF didn't work, doesn't mean you need to gie up...
I said I'm not in the mood. Are you deaf or something?!
Whoa, take it easy.
What's it got to do with you?
-Bob, sit down.
-Stevie, it's all right, honestly.
Look, I know you've had a bit of bad news, right,
but don't take it out on her.
You told him about the IVF?
Who else knows?
Well, you're the one that told everybody we couldn't have weans.
You're no' the only one going through this.
You'd know that if you actually spoke to me
or cared to ask me how I felt.
Of course I care.
How many have you had?
Don't be like that, eh?
I'm sorry, all right?
We'll go home, we'll have a wee early night and...
Just a wee quickie, aye?
I want to have a conversation with you...
What is the point, man?
Mind if I join you?
Do you want to talk about it?
What do you want, Stevie?
-Are you two all right?
Well, if you keep acting like this, it won't be.
None of this is Stella's fault, you know.
Gonnae just leave me alone?
Come on, Bob. What's up with you?
Get it together, man!
Get a few games of pool, a few more pints, that'll sort you out.
Aye, all right.
Good man. I'll get the cues.
Gina, the shoes have arrived, and they are to die for.
Scarlett, can I get the pool cues?
-Thanks for covering my shift, by the way.
I'm going to show your Bob how it's done.
Oh? Good luck, cos he's just left.
What can I get you, Miriam?
A glass of dry white, please.
She's looking very pleased with herself.
Ach, don't ask.
Listen, since I've got you,
I don't suppose you could take any more lodgers, could you?
You're kidding, Raymond! It's like a B&B as it is.
It's just, I've agreed to take the O'Haras in.
Well, I say agreed, I still don't know what happened.
Great. Maybe I'll get my bathroom back now, eh?
When's it going to get any easier, mate?
MUSIC: "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen
Something I can do for you?
To tell you the truth, I'm feeling a bit run down.
I was wondering if I could make an...appointment.
Pop round to the surgery in the morning. First thing.
-You no' buying the lady a drink?
I wouldn't give him the pleasure.
Earrings on a five-year-old?
I mean, they grow up fast enough as it is.
I took them out. What you moaning about?
Did you give that 50 quid to Gina for the housekeeping?
Of course I did.
Scarlett, are you gonnae move these shoes from behind my bar?
They're no' my shoes.
-What are you talking about?
Are they no' a bit tight, Gina?
-She bought them for her pal's wee lassie, didn't you?
Right, I don't care if they're Dorothy's,
you're going to get shot of them.
Oh! 50 quid? Is that no' a bit steep?
Oh, please tell me you didnae.
We're skint and staying in somebody else's house
and you've spent 50 quid on a pair of kid's shoes!?
Madonna's in the running for the Little Miss Christmas Pageant.
She needs thae shoes!
-Now I know you've lost your marbles!
-It's a bit of fun, Jimmy!
Remember fun? Fun that we used to have, fun that we need the now?
Where's he going?
Maybe he's off to see the Wizard?
Listen, I think you're gonnae have to take these shoes
-back to the shop.
It's thae shoes...
Sitting on a bench, having a bevvy?
There's a name for that, you know.
You miss him, don't you?
If anybody asks, I was with you all night.
I've decided I'm gonnae kill your ma
and I need an alibi...
Look... I need to go.
I think I've left my phone in the work.
I'll see you later.
See you later, son.
Are you entertaining?
I like to think I have my moments.
No, are you having somebody round?
It's for you and Bob.
Thanks, but you're wasting your time.
I thought you were gonnae talk to him.
Aye, I tried, but it's like talking to a brick wall...
I was supposed to take him out for lunch today,
but he'd rather sit in The Ship and drown his sorrows.
Call him. Dinner's in the oven. I'll take Callum out
and just give you space for a couple of hours.
It won't make any difference.
Do you know...?
I really feel as if I'm losing him.
Right, I'll be back in five minutes.
Where are you going?
To get Bob. And I will drag him home if I have to.
Don't! It's just gonnae make things worse...
You think things could get any worse?
I'm just catching up on some paperwork.
Is that what you call it?
I don't know...
What do you want, Kel?
-Bob, are you all right?
-Why do people keep asking me that?!
Because they're worried about you, that's why...
I mean, Stella is worried sick.
Aye, well, there's no need.
I told you this morning, I'm fine, all right?
I don't believe you.
I've don't have time for this, Kelly.
Why don't you come home?
Because I've got work to do.
Can it not wait until tomorrow, no?
Look... Bob, it's OK.
You don't have to pretend that everything's great when it's no'.
If everybody would just leave me alone, then I would be fine!
You're my wee brother. It's killing me seeing you like this.
I've just got a lot going on, Kel.
Wi' Deek, and then not being able to have weans,
and then taking you and Callum in...
Look, everyone's upset about Deek...
and Stella is devastated that she cannae have kids
but at least she's no'...
Oh, come here.
I feel like I've got tons I want to tell you...
and now you're leaving.
Can't you just get another job round here?
It's not that easy.
It's best if I just leave.
Where are you going to go?
I don't know yet.
Maybe if I have another word with Bob?
It's not going to work.
When are you going to go?
Tomorrow. I'm sorry.
I've never felt like this before...
That probably sounds a bit full-on.
We haven't known each for long. It's just...
When we kissed...
I don't know, my head's all over the place.
I feel the same way.
Are you serious?
Am I ever going to see you again?
I'll get a job in Carlisle, Newcastle, somewhere like that...
and then I can still come and see you.
You're not just saying that?
Christina, I really, really like you,
and I don't want to lose you.
Do you like me?
I have to go. My mum will be wondering where I am.
I'll come and see you tomorrow, before I go.
'There on the bench stood the finest pair of shoes he had ever seen.
'He looked around for the pieces of leather
'but they were tidy as always.'
Right, you, come on. Let's get you to bed.
We never talk anymore.
-We do talk.
I don't know what to say.
I sacked Alice today.
Jimmy, you havnae seen a bottle of...
Good ball, son.
Gina, that's a lovely bottle of wine. Cheeky wee bouquet.
-I've been saving that for two years.
What was that, hen?
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Jimmy, I've got something to show you.
You're in front of the telly.
Madonna, come here a minute, darlin!
I'm watching the match!
Get up on the chair.
Are they no' the most beautiful shoes you've ever seen in your life?
Aw, Madonna. They're gorgeous.
Jimmy Mullen, you are the most heartless man in the world!
In a couple of months they won't even fit her.
So what? It's not the quantity of time, is it? It's the quality.
Do you know how long a butterfly lives for?
Three weeks, tops,
and still, it's one of the most beautiful creatures on God's green Earth.
Jimmy, it's only money, isn't it?
I mean, Madonna looks great in those shoes,
and if Madonna looks great, she feels great. Sure she does.
Gina, see that 50 quid?
-That was your housekeeping money.
I'd better go and see if Madonna's upset.
I cannae dae this anymore.
You cannae keep shutting me out.
We could try the IVF again, if that's what you want.
Or...or adoption, maybe.
I don't want to push you into anything.
I wish it was you.
What do you mean?
Who couldnae have weans.
I wish it was you who had the problem.
I hate myself for even thinking it, but it's true...
I think could deal with it better if it was you.
I could support you...
..and you would just get on with it, wouldn't you?
cos that's what you dae.
You're stronger than me.
No, it's not. It's selfish, but... I cannae help it.
I've tried...to stop feeling sorry for myself.
I mean, Deek's dead, what have I got to complain about? But I just...
I cannae snap out of it.
How long have you been feeling like this?
I cannae remember no' feeling like this.
Right, so it was before we started talking about the IVF?
I don't know. Maybe. It's no' like I can put a date on it.
Well, you need to go and see a doctor.
-Because you might be depressed.
I'm no' depressed.
Well, maybe you need some counselling or something?
Counselling? What are you saying that for?!
Because something's wrong, and it's not getting any better, is it?
I've just been going through a tough time, that's all.
Why don't you just go and talk to Miriam? I'll come with you.
I'm no' going to see anybody.
-You need help.
-No, I don't!
I just need a good night's sleep and I need you to get off my back.
There's nothing wrong with me, all right?!
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How long have you been there?
I fell asleep watching a film.
I'm sorry if you thought I was having a go earlier on.
Oh, forget it.
I mean, I havnae been exactly husband of the year, have I?
What time is it? I better jump in the shower.
Gonnae just gie me a minute?
-I'm going to be late for work.
I really miss you.
I'm still here.
What are you greetin' for?
Because you won't let me help you.
I love you...
..and I want so bad to have kids with you
but do you know what I want more than anything?
I want you to be happy...
I just want the old Bob back.
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I'm sick of feeling like this.
Gonnae let me help you then?
I'd better get ready for work.
We'll talk about it later, all right?
Bob, we need to talk about it the now.
I don't even know why I'm here.
Why do you think you're here?
Stella thinks I might be depressed.
And you don't, I take it?
My best pal died and I've been told I cannae have weans...
so I'm not gonnae exactly be doing cartwheels, am I?
I'm bound to be feeling a wee bit down in the dumps.
Aye, and you agreed you needed help.
I did this test on the internet.
To see if I had depression.
Well, you didnae say anything to me.
I didnae finish it, but...
I was ticking every box.
-Why didn't you just come and see me?
-Well, I'm here the now, aren't I?
I'm going to ask you a series of questions, OK, Bob?
Great, another test.
He's no' sleeping properly, he can usually sleep standing up...
I cannae get a word out of him either, he's...
He's just no' been himself.
Have you gone off sex?
I don't have the energy anymore.
And I cannae seem to get started in the morning
and then it just goes downhill.
You're just pure shattered all the time, aren't you?
This isn't just feeling a bit down in the dumps.
I think you know that, don't you?
-I'm going to prescribe anti-depressants.
I don't want to be on pills for the rest of my life.
You're depressed, Bob,
but it's nothing to feel ashamed of.
It's an illness and can be treated, OK?
-You don't have to put up with it.
I'm not going to lie to you, Bob.
These things can take a while to kick in
so you might feel worse before you start to feel better.
And, um... It can affect your sex drive.
Where do I sign? They sound brilliant.
I'm proud of you.
Aye, I'm a real catch.
You are to me!
It took a lot of guts going in there and talking to someone,
admitting that you needed help.
It's the first step, isn't it?
I'm still not sure about the pills.
You heard all that stuff about my sex drive...
I mean, we've not exactly been breaking any records as it is.
I don't care. I'll wait.
I just want you to get better.
I need to head off.
There's something I need to dae, all right?
You look amazing.
When are you leaving?
I'm not. Bob said I could have my job back.
You better not be winding me up!
You don't get rid of me that easy.
Did you mean what you said yesterday?
About never having felt like this before?
Nah, I only said it cos I thought you were leaving.
I don't even like you that much.
Yeah, me neither. I couldn't care less about you.
Does this mean that we're an item, then?
I suppose it does.
Sorry, I thought there was someone there.
And was there?
Are you all right?
I don't want anyone to see us...
Not till I'm ready to tell people. I just...
-I need to get my head round it first.
-Yeah, there's no rush. It can be our little secret.
I've been a right numpty, haven't I?
One of the guys that got picked up this morning,
he's my alarm man, I need him.
So why don't you stop polishing your badges
and fulfil your side of the deal?
He's admitted to handling stolen goods. Charge him and release him.
Give me a bit longer, I think he might be connected to Lenny Murdoch.
What about this don't you understand, DC Cooper?
A robbery's in progress, I need back-up.
You shouldn't be out without back-up.
Well, I'm here and I can see what's happening.
Listen to me, get out of there.
Get out of there now!
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