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It was you that was doing it all along.
I've had enough of this.
-This isn't an appraisal, it's a trial.
If you hadn't followed them, none of this would've happened.
Apologies for doing my job, sir.
What's been done has been for the right reasons.
If you don't mind, I'm tired, and sick to my stomach.
Who the...? What are you doing?
Ugh! Argh! Argh!
Of course they like you, I'm not denying that.
They love me. I'm definitely their favourite.
Out of all the guys I've took home, you probably are.
I mean I'm their favourite out of you and me.
Did you see the way your dad hugged me when before we were leaving?
It was like he never wanted to let me go.
And as for your mum, well...
She's just excited about being a granny.
Maybe, but did you see the presents they bought me?
I think were just a little bit more thoughtful than what they got for you.
I just think they get me.
It's still just the novelty factor. You'll be old news soon enough.
Maybe it's just that I'm a little bit more lovable than you are.
Nobody is more lovable than me.
OK, maybe not. Maybe not.
I'm sorry you haven't heard from your dad this Christmas.
It's no great surprise, is it?
No, it's not.
It's not like I've made an effort either.
You should phone him.
After what he did?
I know but it's a new year, a new start and all that.
I'll think about it.
And then do it.
I'll tell you how I want to start the new year off.
I'll give you a clue - it doesn't involve calling my dad.
Is it cleaning the bathroom? Cos it is your turn.
Marrying you was such a good idea.
Mm, best ever.
This time next year we could be parents.
And you'll be a sergeant behind a nice, safe desk.
You're going to put in for the exam though, aren't you?
I'm just worried that you won't fancy me as much
if I'm not out there being the action hero.
I love you, Robbie.
"To William, from your father."
Better late than never.
Yeah, and he pulled out all the stops.
At least he made an effort.
He called, last night while we were asleep.
Did he leave a message?
No, it was just silence.
He can't work that phone, it's probably just an accident.
Or he's had one two many brandies
and wanted to wish you a happy New Year.
Or have a go at me.
He sent you a card. He's obviously trying to make peace.
"To William, from your father." He didn't even acknowledge you exist.
-I know, but...
-It's not good enough.
Look, just give him a call, if he starts being horrible, hang up.
I'm going to work.
Sure you don't want to throw a sickie?
I'm going back to my bed.
I'll see you later.
-Just give him a call!
Aye. We were just round at Scarlett and Jimmy's. It was good
until Scarlett started singing.
See to be honest,
it was actually quite sad no' seeing in the bells with Deek.
I know what you mean.
I was just kind of half expecting to get a text from him or something.
You go a day or two and you're all right and then...
And how's everything going with the IVF?
Aye, we've got one last shot at it.
The doctors reckon that just cos it's no' happened already,
disnae mean it's no' gonnae, so...
There you go. It'll happen this time, I just know it will.
Can I ask you something?
Aye, of course.
Have you ever thought of adoption?
We've not really spoke about it.
How, what is it?
Are you and Will thinking about it?
Well, it is an option for us.
If you want to adopt me, I'm house-trained and everything.
You'd be way too much trouble.
Aye, you're right there.
It's funny though, to think of all of us all with weans isn't it?
Play dates in the park and all that.
I'll see you later, hen.
When will I get them back?
It may take some time.
How are people going to get in contact with me
if I've not got a mobile phone?
They can phone the house.
I need my laptop for college work.
It was just a joke anyway.
Christina's e-mail was hacked and used to send pornography.
Her face was superimposed onto pornographic images
and posted on the school website. You think that's a joke?
Make no mistake, these are very serious allegations,
prolonged and premeditated homophobic bullying.
Not something that's taken lightly any more.
And you could be looking at a criminal record.
If you sign here, please?
Thanks, I'll just make a copy of this
that you can take with you and then you can go.
I don't understand how you could do that to your best friend
and then act like it was a prank.
It disturbs me, Nic.
You have to take responsibility for your actions.
Do you understand that?
What have you got in there?
I'll see you back at home. Good to see you, Stevie.
When are you coming back?
I miss you.
It can't be much fun staying at Raymond's, can it?
Stevie, I know I made a big mistake, I know I did.
And I wish I'd never done it.
Just tell me what I need to do to get you to come back.
I just... I need a bit longer, all right?
Well, what do you expect?
Have you spoke to her?
Well, maybe you should.
So, how's Cooper doing?
Has he had any counselling?
He turned it down.
But you think he's fit? Mentally?
And how are you?
What do you mean?
You nearly lost one of your officers.
Oh, I'm fine.
Well, when something like this happens,
I think it's important that we take time to really consider
whether it could have been prevented.
Isn't that what the report was for?
Yes, but it's really no substitute for getting round a table
and talking something through.
Well, is there anything you'd like me to clarify?
Do you know what, why don't we get Cooper in here?
-Is he around?
-I'm not sure.
Hi, Dad. It's me.
Sorry, I missed your call.
Listen, I've been thinking...
Look, I'll try again later.
Yeah, on my way.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
DC Cooper. How are you feeling?
-Good, have a seat.
This won't take long.
We're having a little debrief about the Jamie Allinson case
and I'd very much like your input.
Sure. Of course.
Excellent. Well, why don't you talk us through it?
I think the initial report covered this.
I'd like to hear it from DC Cooper.
Do you find this difficult to talk about?
We had Jamie Allinson in custody.
For possession of stolen goods.
But he was released.
PHONE RINGS Sorry.
If you need to take that...
No, it's OK.
Please, carry on.
Well, I decided to follow him.
I don't know. Gut instinct.
And he led you to the warehouse?
Where a robbery was in progress?
Yeah, and I decided to call it in to the DCI.
And gave him the address of the warehouse?
I think this is all detailed in the report.
So you spoke to DCI Donald.
Did he warn you about going in alone?
Well, yes, but...
-But that's when you were taken hostage?
Following gut instinct is one thing, DC Cooper,
but protocol is there for a reason.
Superintendent Cole has a point.
DC Cooper is dedicated to his work.
We could use more officers like him.
But you clearly still have a lot to learn about procedure.
OK, well, we'll let you get back to it.
We'll talk again.
Thanks for your time.
I thought the two of them were meant to be best pals?
That's the horrible thing - they were.
I mean, I know she's only 16
and she's not exactly level-headed, but this is...
I never would have had her down as a homophobe.
I know, and I bet she'd still insist that she's not,
but you only have to look at what she did.
-I've got to sack her, don't I?
-You've not got much choice.
Do you think I could just send her a text?
-Are you serious?
Look, listen - this is what you need to do.
You need to talk to her face-to-face.
You need to be firm, but don't get emotional.
I know she's done a terrible thing,
but you don't know what else is going on, so don't get personal, OK?
Giving her the sack is punishment enough.
When did you get so wise?
It comes with the territory.
Well, you might just make a good mammy after all.
You're too kind.
Have you got a second?
-I need a word.
-It's not a good time.
It's about what's happened, with you and Christina.
Well, I've just had a lecture off your boyfriend about it, so...
Husband. So you save yourself the bother.
I'm letting you go.
What are you talking about?
I no longer feel comfortable employing you at the salon.
What? What's this got to do with work?
People know what you did, Nicole.
Having you around will reflect badly on the business.
Oh, come on.
But more than that it goes against everything I stand for.
That's all I've got to say about it.
You're overreacting. This isn't fair.
You know what? See the stage Christina is at
in terms of figuring herself out?
You couldn't have picked a worse time to bully her,
just when she needed a pal.
She could take her years to recover from this
so don't you dare tell me that I'm overreacting.
Hi, I got missed a call from this number, my name's Will Cooper.
He's my father.
On my way.
Hi, I'm looking for Edward Cooper. I'm his son, Will Cooper.
Right, well, I'm his nurse.
Can you tell me what's happening?
He's had a rough old time of it, but he's stable.
OK, I want to see him, where is he?
We're just about to do a full assessment so...
Just let me see him. I'm a police officer.
I'm afraid that doesn't change anything. I'm sorry.
You'll just have to bear with us and wait here for now.
Look, hopefully this won't take too long
-and you'll be able to see him soon enough. OK?
Thanks for understanding.
Hi, it's me. Listen. Just listen, will you?
It's my dad, he's in hospital.
-I know, I know.
-I'll get him at five.
I could drop him off.
No, I'll pick him up at five.
Right, no fizzy juice, no chocolate or any other junk either, OK?
All right then, you be a good boy. Daddy's going to look after you.
But don't worry, Mummy will be back to get you really soon, OK?
-I'll take good care of him.
Happy New Year.
And to you.
-Happy New Year, Raymond.
-Happy New Year.
-Happy New Year.
-Happy New Year.
We were thinking of getting some fresh air. Fancy joining us?
There's been talk of climbing a hill.
I've got Stuart today, so...
-Wrap him up, bring him with us.
-I don't want him catching a cold.
He'll be fine, it'll be good for him.
He's just too wee, all right? He could have a fall or anything.
It's not what I had in mind.
OK, well, why don't we keep you company here?
No, look, I'd feel as if I was holding you back.
To be totally honest, I'd much prefer a quiet afternoon indoors.
See, you'd be doing Miriam a favour.
What do you think Stuart? Eh?
Will. Any news?
No. All they've told me is that he's got a broken leg
and that he wasn't conscious when they brought him in.
What if he dies?
Don't even say that. It's going to be OK.
A neighbour stopped round the house,
saw the door was forced and she went in.
She found him lying there.
Oh, my God.
He must have disturbed who'd broken in and...
that's why he called me.
If I'd only answered.
Look, you didn't hear it, it's not as if you ignored it.
-This isn't your fault.
-But, Robbie, if I'd just called him back,
-we could've been in contact.
-Look, come here.
OK, so as well as the broken leg,
he has suffered quite a bad concussion.
We thought at first he might have had a skull fracture,
but thankfully we've ruled that out.
-You didn't see him in the last few days?
Well, it's a busy time of year, isn't it?
-Can we see him now?
Just look at him.
It always looks worse than it is.
But at his age you just don't know with head injuries.
He's going to be all right. I just know it.
Listen, I'm going to go to the house.
I want to see if for myself, make sure it's secured properly.
Right, do you want me to come?
Actually, would you mind staying?
Just so he's not alone if he wakes up.
Mm-hm, yeah. Whatever I can do to help.
Thanks. I shouldn't be long.
Oh, boy, have you got some brass neck on you?
Can I speak to Christina, please?
After what you've done to that poor lassie,
you think I'm gonnae let you in?
-You don't have to, I can speak to her right here.
-And say what?
-That I'm sorry.
Please, just let me speak to her.
Have you any idea what you have done?
This has got nothing to do with you.
I'm no' even talking about the e-mails and all the rest of it.
Just let me speak to her.
Look, she's off her food, she's no' sleeping. She is a wreck.
And if that's how you treat your friends, well, boy,
I'm glad you're no friend of mine.
I want to say sorry.
Not good enough.
Did you hear that?
But I tell you something, I was this close to giving her a good slap.
You should have done.
Aye, well, in years gone by...
I just can't get my head round it.
I'm no' surprised, hen, but...
much as I enjoyed that,
you cannae avoid her for ever.
You can try.
I'm just saying,
there's no harm in hearing her out.
It just might help you to move on.
So you think she's got some amazing excuse
that's going to make it all OK?
That is not the point.
So what is the point?
That she just lives round the corner.
What's that got to do with anything?
This is her decision, not yours.
Oh, right, I'll just give his son a call.
Come in and say hello.
-I'm sure he'd love to see a friendly face.
What is this? What's going on?
You're in the hospital, Mr Cooper.
What are you...?
I want Will.
Someone broke into your house.
Will's over there just now but then he's going to come back.
Do you not remember?
I tried to stop him, but he was too strong for me.
It's OK. You're safe now. You just need some rest.
That's very good advice, Mr Cooper.
I want Will.
I want to see my son.
Of course. I'll phone him right now.
There's still pictures going around.
There's nothing we can do.
That's shocking, man. How is Christina, anyway?
She's strong but...
I need to get to work.
Aye, see you later.
How's it going?
What can I get you?
Just a coffee, please. So did you get up to much for Hogmanay?
How do you want it?
Just white, please.
Happy New Year, Liz.
Did you stay up for the bells or...
Bye, bye, Stella, thanks.
Such great service in here.
Do you know what? Forget it.
I made a mistake, OK? You need to get over yourself.
Nicole. Nicole, wait up.
Look, will you just calm down for a minute?
I went to say sorry and I didn't even get to speak to her.
Hey, hey, hey, come here.
Look, everybody makes mistakes.
I mean, come on. I mean, I should know.
But you cannae expect folk to forgive you overnight.
It takes a bit of patience.
So if she's no' willing to speak to you right now then...
Can you lend me some money?
-Can you lend me some money, PLEASE?
-I want to get her something, to say sorry.
But did you just hear what I said?
Uh-huh, patience. But I just want to try again.
-Look, I've only got a score note, so...
-I'll pay you back.
So what's the occasion?
Are you trying to get Stevie to come back or Christina to forgive you?
I guess I better watch what I say,
I don't want you starting an online hate campaign against me.
-That's not what happened.
-So what did happen?
You know, what you did to Christina,
it wasn't just a bit messed up or whatever, it was evil. Kind of scary.
And to think you were always the one that people felt sorry for.
I know what it's like. People gossiping...
How are you feeling?
You gave us a real scare.
Look, Dad, I know it might be difficult, but
is there anything you can tell me about the guy who did this?
He was tall, slim build, I suppose you would say.
Beyond that, it was dark.
You've done really well.
And listen, Dad, I'm sorry I missed your call last night.
I didn't hear it ring.
And I'm sorry I didn't get in contact over Christmas.
Have you been to the house?
I have. It's all secure.
What did he take?
It's hard to tell, they haven't finished going over it yet.
I did find this on the floor though.
It's from Mum's engagement ring, isn't it?
Please, tell me it's at the jewellers getting cleaned.
I tried to stop him.
I know you did, Dad. But look, Mrs Anderson from across the road,
she said she saw a car there yesterday afternoon.
She said it passed by a couple of times,
like it was checking the place out.
-Did she get the license plate?
-She did, yeah.
Your mother wore that ring from the day I gave it to her
till the day she died.
-I know, Dad, but...
-You need to get it back, do you hear me?
I don't care about the rest of it.
Just get me back that ring.
I'll do my best, Dad. I promise.
This is my dad's.
This is evidence
in a case you can't be involved in under any circumstances.
Where did it come from?
They tracked down the owner of that car
that was seen near your father's house.
Have you got someone in custody?
Well, I want to talk to him.
I'll bet you do.
how did all that stuff get in your car if you didn't nick it?
I don't know.
Tell me again where were you last night?
On your own?
That's no way to start the new year.
Not really, no.
So you weren't robbing a house on St Stephen's Drive
-and beating up the owner?
Never been near the place.
Tell me, did you lend someone your car yesterday?
That's funny, because it was spotted near the property. More than once.
An eagle-eyed neighbour took a note of your licence plate.
Oh, and we found prints at the scene. Did I not mention that?
And now we've got yours to compare them to, so...
I really think you need to change your attitude.
What do you say?
It wasn't my fault.
He slipped and fell?
It was him that attacked me.
Funny how he's the one in hospital.
I wasn't trying to hurt anyone. That's not my style.
I said to him I didn't want any trouble,
and I tried to get out and he just went for me.
I had my back to him.
You seriously expect me to believe that?
Believe what you like.
You think a jury is going to take your word over his?
That's what happened. It was self-defence.
Come to think of it, maybe you should be charging HIM.
Interview suspended at 1330 hours.
OK, listen very carefully. Here's what's going to happen.
You're going to admit to breaking in and robbing the place.
The evidence is overwhelming. You don't have a choice.
But if you want this assault charge to go away,
I'm going to need something in exchange.
You admit to a few other bits and bobs, nothing too serious,
nothing that's going to add to your sentence in the same the way that
putting an OAP in the hospital will.
And you get out of here today on an undertaking.
It means you sign a bit of paper saying you won't run off
or rob anyone else.
Then, when you get to court,
you say you're full of remorse for the things you've done
and the judge believes you
because you've been so cooperative from the start.
Good. Let's get on with it then.
We've charged him. Theft by housebreaking.
And the assault?
I've told you, you can't be involved in this.
You can tell me what's going on. Are we still holding him?
He's out on an undertaking.
Make yourself at home, why don't you?
Why's he not being charged with assault?
We could never prove it.
My dad saw what happened, he gave a description.
With the greatest respect, he's an old man.
This guy's lawyer's going to say it was dark and your dad was confused.
You know the drill.
No, actually, I don't.
You should be pleased. We got a result.
Pleased he'll get off with a slapped wrist?
He said it was self-defence, all right?
-He's saying your dad attacked him as he was leaving.
-Well, he's lying.
Probably. But if we push it, it could get messy.
You don't want to see your dad getting charged, do you?
I don't believe this.
Look, like I said, we got a result.
There was a ring taken from the house. It belonged to my mother.
It wasn't with the rest of the stuff from the car.
And how do you know that?
Have you been interfering with evidence, DC Cooper?
Are you going to search where he lives or not?
You don't get to come in here and question me
about cases you're not involved in.
This is Jamie Allinson all over again, isn't it?
Is this part of your little arrangement with Murdoch, is it?
You have no idea what you're talking about.
Do you think I won't go to Cole with this?
No, I don't.
I think what you're accusing me of pales into insignificance
next to, oh, I don't know, that error of judgement you had
about Raymond Henderson that time his pub went all Nagasaki on him.
I just want justice for my father.
That's very noble of you.
Now get out of my office.
Nobody's saying you are incapable, Mr Cooper, but you are going to need
help at home, just until the leg gets better.
I am not having strangers in my home and that's the end of it.
We're talking about professional carers, good people.
They can prepare your meals, deal with toileting if that's an issue.
I don't wish to discuss this any further. I can manage on my own.
Do you think you and your partner could help at all?
Well, we both work, so...
OK, well, look, I'll leave it with you for now.
But we really do have to sort this out.
Listen, maybe we could make room for you at ours.
-You can't be serious.
-Well, at least until you're on your feet again.
Even after everything that's happened, you are still family.
Will is my family. I should be discussing this with him.
Why are you still here anyway?
Will asked me to keep you company.
Well, I'm asking you leave me in peace.
Well, that suits me fine.
Have you got a minute?
I brought you these. I know you like them.
I'm really sorry.
Honestly, I am. I feel terrible.
It was such a horrible thing to do.
It's like I can't even believe it was me that did it.
You're the best friend I've ever had.
This isn't a normal way to treat your friends.
But meeting you,
it you changed my life.
Honestly, it did.
You made me feel normal.
And strong. And then when you were with Alice, I just felt lost.
That's your excuse? You were jealous?
I'm not saying it's an excuse.
You've had all this time to think of something
and that's the best you can come up with?
It's the truth.
I don't think you understand what this has been like for me.
I don't think you care.
Of course I care. That's why I'm here.
And did you care when you saw how much it was hurting me,
day after day? Because you kept on doing it anyway, didn't you?
Look, if it makes you feel any better,
I'm not having a great time of it myself, right now.
Everyone knows what I done and they hate me for it.
Hang on, am I supposed to feel sorry for you?
The police took my phone and my laptop.
They said I might end up with a criminal record.
I've lost my job at the salon
and as for Stevie...
You're not right in the head.
-I want you to leave.
-You're not giving me a chance.
Do you know how much money I spent on all that?
Then why don't you take them with you?
Come here, hen.
Come on. You're all right, you're all right.
So that's where my hard-earned cash went then, eh?
Yeah. For all the good it did.
I take it you apologised?
And she didn't want to hear it, right?
Well, remember what I was saying about having a bit of patience?
I've been there, Nicole.
Walking down the street and folk judging you.
It's no' easy.
But you need to show folk exactly who you are.
They'll come around eventually.
And, hey, if you ever need someone to talk to, you know where I am.
They've charged someone.
What about the ring?
No sign of it.
I sent him home. I don't need a babysitter.
Listen, Dad, they've charged the guy with burglary, but not assault.
There's not enough evidence.
So I suppose all this is self-inflicted, is it?
He says you attacked him when he was trying to leave.
Your word against his.
And you're just going to settle for that?
This is your idea of justice?
What's really going on?
I don't know. Something's not right.
Well, can you talk to your superior officer, someone higher up?
Are you forgetting I used to deal with this kind of thing?
Someone's holding something over you?
Dad, you've got to believe me, I've done everything I can.
I'm sorry. I'm as disappointed as you are.
You can't even imagine how disappointed I am right now.
Sometimes the system...
I'm not talking about the system!
You need to get that ring back.
Show some initiative.
Make this right.
Yeah. Aye, well, you can let me know if that changes.
All right. I'll see you later.
I need a word.
Does your boss know you're here?
-Well, if you've come to first-foot me,
I'm afraid you're too late.
Look, I know you two co-operate from time to time.
Yeah, well, I'm going to pretend that I didnae.
Aiden Bell. He's one of yours isn't he?
He broke into my dad's house. He put him in hospital.
Well, that's a very sad story but it's nothing to do with me.
Maybe you could ask around.
You know, now you're beginning to try my patience.
So why don't you just move along?
You don't want people finding out you're a grass, do you?
Now you're way out of line, son.
And you're way out of your depth.
You want to watch that tongue. It might get you into some trouble.
You're the one that got stabbed, aren't you?
You want to take better care of yourself.
I mean, we wouldn't want anything to happen to you.
You flatter yourself if you think you scare me, Murdoch.
26 points. Impressive.
Why, thank you.
Although I'd have to say that you not drinking is definitely
giving you an unfair advantage.
It's not sporting.
Go on, a wee dram's not going to hurt.
No, really, the last thing I need right now
is Eileen smelling drink off me.
Double word score! You wee beauty.
It's not even a real word.
Of course it is. It's what they called that hurricane.
It was on the news and everything.
Show me it in the dictionary.
Oh, come on, you're not going to be like that.
Rules are rules, pal. You're not having it.
Well, if you two feel the only way that you can win
is to conspire against me, that's just sad.
I am going to change my letters.
There's only one left.
Well, I'm going to change one letter and you can't stop me doing that.
If that's the way you want to play it.
You're going to have to watch this one.
You have no idea.
What a bawbag, eh?
So where is the bag of letters?
Oh, for goodness' sake.
Where's the bag, son?
It's empty, wee man. Whoa. Come here.
Did you swallow it?
If he's eaten the last letter, I should be compensated.
-This isn't funny!
-Oh, come on.
Did you swallow it, wee man? Did you?
-Do you want me to take a look?
Can you open your mouth really wide?
And say, "Ahhhh."
-His airways are clear.
I don't believe this.
I'm sure he's not swallowed it. It's got to be somewhere.
So do we need to take him to hospital? Get x-rays, what?
No, in the unlikely event that he's swallowed it, which I doubt,
they'll only tell you to let nature take its course.
I don't know what I'm going to tell Eileen.
Well, don't tell her anything.
Oh, great, and then she changes his nappy and finds that there?
Oh, yeah. You know, I bet the missing letter's a P.
Kids always have a pee in their nappy.
Right, get out.
-Both of you. I knew something like this would happen!
-Raymond, it was a joke.
I'm really sorry, all right.
You've got some explaining to do.
-What are you talking about?
-Your pal just paid me a visit.
-Aye. That's the one.
Comes storming into my office, talking nonsense
about his old dad getting beaten up calling me a grass to my face.
He shouldn't have done that.
Would you like to explain where he got that idea from?
Look, I've done my best to keep a lid on this,
-but when people get hurt...
-What are you going to do about him?
-I've got him under control.
-You think so?
I think he's a liability.
He just needs a bit of time to calm down.
No. He needs dealt with.
Find a way to shut him up.
He's not going to be bought off.
-That's not what I was suggesting.
-What exactly are you suggesting?
You might not have the stomach for this, but believe me, I do.
So you take care of it or I'll sort it myself.
I know you've had a tough day, all right?
And I know when it comes to protecting your family,
sometimes common sense can go out of the window.
But what you did today was not only stupid and irresponsible,
it was also incredibly dangerous.
You got a telling off, didn't you?
You need to understand you've put yourself in real danger.
So now you're threatening me?
No, I am giving you valuable information.
-Thanks a million.
Look, even if I wanted to protect you, I can't.
Do you understand?
It's not me you need to be scared of.
Look, sometimes when things don't work out the way you want them to,
you just need to swallow it and move on.
-There you are, pal.
Just talk to me for a minute. Please.
I want you back.
I need you.
I went to Christina and said sorry.
Aye, I heard.
She doesn't know what she's talking about.
Saying sorry's not enough. You've got to mean it.
I know I've got a lot of making up to do. To everyone.
I'm not saying it's the same thing, right,
but it's not like you've never done anything wrong.
When you said sorry, I listened
and I tried to understand. That's all I'm asking from you.
That's the thing, isn't it? I have been listening,
I've been trying to understand, but I cannae.
If you'd never pushed me away in this first place,
none of this would've happened. That's how it all started.
Stop blaming everybody else for your mistakes, eh?
Please. I love you.
What do you want from me?
Do you still need more time?
No, I don't. I've had enough.
Nicole, I don't want to be with you any more.
Where's the wee man?
Who won the game then?
Stuart swallowed a letter.
A piece from the game. I've checked, there's definitely one missing.
It's not going to do him any harm though, is it?
You think Eileen's going to see it like that?
-One wee mistake's no' gonnae...
-I didn't make a mistake!
It wasn't my fault, but that doesn't matter
cos nobody's going to see it like that!
And if I don't tell her, it's just going to make it worse, isn't it?
Sorry, mate, I didnae...
Forget it, eh?
Is that it?
Where is he?
Having a nap.
-He was tired.
I'll be up half the night with him. Thanks for that.
See what I mean?
Don't let her get to you.
Easy for you to say.
Right, that's us.
Say bye-bye to Daddy.
Bye, wee man.
I'm going to lose him, Stevie.
Oh, come on. That's not true.
Next week, I have to go to court, to fight to see him.
My own son.
Raymond, you'll get through this.
What are we like, eh?
Here's me just after splitting up with Nicole.
I cannae be with a lassie who does things like that.
Who'd be with us if they knew what we'd done?
Hey, that was different.
Do you ever think we're being punished?
I don't think it works like that.
Feels like it, sometimes.
-There's something else I've been meaning to ask you.
Stay as long as you like.
It's good to have another misery guts about the place.
Makes me feel better about my own problems.
My name's DC Cooper. I want to talk to you about an assault and burglary
you were involved in last night.
I never assaulted anyone.
Is that right?
Is that why my dad's in hospital?
What are you on about?
That's whose house you broke into.
That was self-defence. This was all sorted.
I was very cooperative.
You stole a ring.
It wasn't on you when we arrested you.
How do you know I stole it then?
I want it back. Where is it?
Was it like an antique thing with a diamond in the middle?
Yeah, that's the one.
Don't know anything about it, sorry.
But your old man's getting on a bit
so maybe he just forgot where he put it.
Tell me what you've done with it.
What are you going to do?
Take a look around.
Too many eyes.
Thought as much.
Oh, and say hello to your Dad for me, all right?
I thought you said you were going to help me.
Yeah, whatever, Leyla.
How would I have managed without you?
Adeeb, turn that off and go and wash your hands.
You had a nice day?
I know how you feel,
people looking at you like you've done something terrible.
The difference is, you actually did.
Nic, what's happened?
Stevie's not coming back.
Maybe if you just give him a bit more time.
He thinks I'm a monster.
I've ruined everything.
Sweetheart, it's OK. It's going to be OK.
What's wrong with me?
I got it back, Dad.
How did you manage that?
It turned up at a pawn shop. We got a tip-off.
I'm proud of you, son.
Robbie was saying something about...
Well, he was suggesting that maybe
I could come to stay with the two of you while I recuperate.
I didn't think you would...
No, it's a great idea
Well, perhaps we should at least consider it.
Yeah, perhaps we should.
Seen it at Deek's, there. Sold, is it?
Yeah, well, that's what the call was about.
I'll transfer the money first thing and that's you and me quits.
Cannae win them all, eh?
Eileen, the court's not gonnae take Stuart away from you.
What if they do?
Mr Henderson, I've plenty of information about Ms Donachie's
support network, if you want me to go down that road, I will.
We're here to decide residence arrangements for Stuart Henderson.
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