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There you go.
Bob loves you. You know that, eh?
Me and you? It's Fantasy Island!
This is the real world we're living in, right?
One where I've got a job by the skin of my teeth,
and you've got a ring on your finger.
I'd like you all to raise your glasses. To my wife.
To Bob and Stella.
Bob and Stella.
Here they are. One for you, one for Eileen.
A new group starting this week.
We're managing fine.
For the times you're not.
The disease is progressive, you have to adapt with it.
What's fine today might not be fine tomorrow.
For Malcolm's sake you need to adopt new coping mechanisms.
Eileen and I are really busy and...
It's one hour, one day a week. Even I could manage that.
Oh, hi, Liz. I was just telling Gina about a support group.
Oh, yes, I've found them invaluable.
You know, they really can make a difference,
help you cope when Dad has one of his moments.
So you should go.
Now, I popped over to see if it would be OK
if Dad came round to you for a couple of hours tonight?
It's just that I've set up a fundraising meeting this evening.
He's in good form today.
Aye, of course, no bother.
Oh, that's perfect, then. You may find yourself in for a game of cards.
You know how he loves his game of poker.
You looking for your keys, they're on the worktop in there.
Couple of rolls and bacon.
One for you, one for me.
Bob, you don't need to...
I was just making you breakfast.
And the steak in the fridge?
I... Maybe...we can celebrate something tonight.
Don't know yet.
You planning on winning the lottery or something?
Better odds, I think.
Are you gonnae tell me what it is?
No, it's a surprise.
How was your night?
Aye, it was good. They were asking for you.
You'd have enjoyed yourself.
I know, it's just I was shattered.
You're working too hard.
I mean, the hours you're putting in are mental.
Last night, I'm really sorry.
No, it's fine, it's me. I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to...
No, it's just... I wanted an early night and...
The last thing you needed was beer breath,
and a randy husband all over at you.
It wasn't as romantic as it was in my head.
Look, how about I take you out for lunch today?
I need to help Gabriel out after my shift.
They're sorting out the funeral.
Right, well, just promise me you won't fall asleep
in my pepper sauce, all right?
Right, I promise.
Right. I'll catch you later.
Wish me luck.
All right. Good luck.
So Craig phoned and asked me out for an early dinner tonight.
Please, Gina. Please, please, please.
I'm sorry, I can't.
Stuart won't be any trouble!
I'll get him ready for his bed and give him his supper!
Dad's coming over for a game of cards.
I'm sorry, but Liz got to me first.
And there was me looking forward to a quiet night in
with my book and a bottle of red.
It'll only be for a couple of hours. We'll be back by nine.
I can't look after them both together.
But Stuart will be in bed by seven, and Dad was just saying yesterday
he hasn't seen Stuart for a couple of days.
You know how much it cheers him up seeing wee Stuart.
What is this, National Guilt Trip Gina Day?
I must have Mug tattooed on my forehead.
Thank you! Thank you!
It's just with Craig's schedule and me with Stuart,
he's going to lose interest before we arrange a date.
Only a couple of hours, mind. And you owe me, big time.
So, in conclusion, Lenny...
Er, Mr Murdoch!
So, in conclusion, Mr Murdoch,
my garage is perfectly located for picking up the increase
in breakdown business between the M8, M74 and M77.
Road recovery companies are currently looking out
for some extra...
I'm not interested in some.
I want the lot. What's the scam?
I've got plenty of cars. We could, er, up the accident rate.
I'm not going to be able to face him if you keep messing about!
Come on, Jimmy! You're supposed to be helping me here.
This needs to work.
-No, you don't.
Look, this means everything.
I've let Stella down. I need to make things up to her.
Calm down, you'll be fine.
Just don't let Lenny see how much this means to you.
Just be cool.
Have you told Stella?
No. There's no point in getting her riled
in case Lenny isn't interested, but if he is interested,
I was gonnae take
the old good-news, bad-news approach, you know.
Bad news - it's Lenny Murdoch. Good news - loads of money.
Right. In conclusion, Mr Murdoch... Don't!
Where are you going?
I'm going to clean the toilets.
Aye, well, they can wait.
I said I need a hand here.
Lenny wants the stock sorted by lunch.
And I'm saying that I need to do them before the punters come in.
I'll go and do that first, then I'll give you a hand.
No, I want a hand the now.
You can do the rest later.
I've already done them.
Are you ever going to give me a break?
Look, we did a bad thing. It happens, all right?
You'll need to get over it.
What, just get over it, aye?
Come on, we both feel bad about it.
Don't tell me how I feel.
All right, I feel bad about it.
Aye, I can see it's tearing you apart(!)
Actually it wasn't one of my finest moments, I get that.
My heart bleeds for you(!)
Seeing you, every day, face tripping you, that doesn't help!
And remember, I never forced you into anything you weren't up for.
Look, all I'm saying is, right, you don't have to like me,
but you work here, you need to start being professional.
I'm your boss.
And I'm doing what I'm paid for!
Aye, well, trying doing it with a smile, then, eh?!
Or what? There's the door!
You're going to sack me, aye?
After Lenny gave me my job back?
That's dead good staff management, that.
You sleep with the staff and then you just sack them?
I hope Lenny appreciates what a diamond you are(!)
I'm away to clean the toilets.
Thing is, if you read the stuff that I've written
and my business plan here...
..you'll see that I've put the costs down and...
If I was a teacher, I'd give you a gold star,
but I'm not.
All I need to know, what's in it for me?
If you cough up enough to invest in a tow truck
and the other stuff that I've listed in the business plan...
..I'll give you a healthy return.
So, in conclusion, Mr Murdoch...
It's in there, in black and white.
What, are you scared to tell me?
How about I give you a small percentage of the business?
Five per cent is the absolute maximum.
And of course, you can rely on my complete discretion...
..for any other business that you want me to deal with.
What business would that be?
I've got no idea.
You can rely on me not to ask any questions.
That would be the complete discretion bit, eh?
I bet that's not in your homework.
It must be something really important.
These sessions with Cal mean a lot to Lenny.
Well, we can get started now, if you like?
No, honestly, he won't be a second.
Well, the good news is they've managed to reschedule my meeting.
Are you sure you don't want to bring Callum in?
Then at least we can get started.
Well, it's up to you, obviously.
But he's not been very consistent with his timekeeping.
Look, he'll be here. Sometimes he just gets very busy.
What does he do?
He's a businessman.
As well as owning the pub, he owns the cab office...
..and the cafe, and the arcade, and a couple of flats.
Sounds like he's got a lot on his plate.
He must be a man in demand.
Lenny, if you could let me know today,
it's just I've got other folk interested, you know.
Hey, what are you doing with him?
He was wanting a price for some work.
I got that pudding for you. So what's the occasion?
Aw, come on, you can tell your wee mammy!
My lips will be sealed.
Any news on the wean front?
Fat chance of that.
We can't afford the clinic the now.
Aye, of course.
I'll go and stick this in your fridge. I've got a key.
How are you doing?
Yeah, I'm OK.
You need to look after yourself, pal.
I know. Leyla keeps telling me.
I just can't believe I'm never going to see him again,
never say sorry for all the hassle I put him through.
But you did sorry, and so did he.
Sorry, pal, I didn't see you there.
Well, you can see me now.
I spoke to Gabriel and he said he'd let me know about the funeral.
If you, Leyla or the boys need anything, just...
Look after yourself. And don't beat yourself up.
So, are you OK?
So, how's the baby?
How did you...?
I heard them talking in the hospital.
You were there?
Aye, of course I was, but they wouldn't tell me anything,
and I heard about your dad. I'm really sorry.
I was worried sick about you and the wean.
So what did the doctor say?
The hospital just wanted us to check in with the doctor when I got home.
But the baby's OK?
Brilliant, I'm dead pleased.
What, that I'm going to be a single mum?
Get to look after a kid all on my own?
I never knew my dad.
Aye, and look at you.
Aye, look at me. Good-looking, smart, charmer.
Chancer, more like.
Yeah, well, my dad's gone, too, now.
Don't think I'll ever get used to that.
Tell you what, I was going to buy you a coffee,
but, see, now, I'm going to buy you and the baby a full fry-up.
Hello, there. Where's the wee man?
He's away for his nap.
I thought we were going to...
We were. We did. You missed it.
I pay for all this.
Aye, and Cal gets what you pay for.
The least you could do is try and turn up on time.
Hey, don't take that tone with me.
It's not a problem, but last week you were quite insistent
on being at these sessions.
Now, if you can't make it,
I would be very grateful if you could let one of us know in advance.
You don't get to question me.
Aye, she does, especially when you waste her time like this.
I'm paying for her time.
That's not the point.
She is brilliant with Callum. We're lucky to have her.
Same time next week?
I'm ready for a game of cards now,
and maybe a wee dram to help my concentration.
How are you doing, Nicole?
Not sure, really. Thanks for asking, though.
And how's your dad?
-He's still dead, you stupid old...
Gareth! Just leave it!
I'm so sorry, Nicole.
What? Dr Brodie dead? How?
He was bloody stabbed! Are you simple or something?
Right, that's enough! Don't you dare speak to him like that!
Put a gag on him, then!
Gareth! I said leave it!
Nicole, I'm sorry.
Murdered? When did that happen?
Last week! Dad, we told you!
You must've just forgotten. Come on.
Not a stabbing here in Shieldinch?
Just leave it. Come on, we'll go home.
I'm sorry. I just couldn't believe what I was hearing.
He's not well, and I can look after myself!
Nicole, I'm sorry.
It's not me you need to apologise to.
OK, I'll do that. I'll go and say sorry to the old guy.
-But let's just have a drink.
-I'll see you around.
I'll finish that if you want a break now.
Scarlett'll be in soon.
Then I'll take my break when she gets in.
I'm sorry about earlier, all right?
Lenny had a go at me, and I shouldn't have had a go at you. Sorry.
And I meant it.
I know it's not easy. I just hope, one day, that maybe...
What? We'll be pals?
That I'll get over how disgusting you made me feel after you used me.
But thanks by the way, Stevie. Thanks very much.
You know, for putting me right.
For making it dead obvious how lucky I am to have a man like Bob
instead of a full-of-himself waster like you.
Excuse me, boss, I've got some rubbish to clean up.
Aye, that sounds great.
Right, well, I'll give you a phone back and arrange a test drive, then?
Brilliant. Cheers, mate. Bye.
Oh! Sake, man!
Want to go for a bit of lunch?
No, I cannae.
What are you doing here anyway? You not busy at the garage?
Nah, I've got an easy morning.
Aye, well, some of us need to work for a living.
Want to stop grabbing me?!
Aye! I'm at my work!
Pint, please, mate.
Listen, I am really sorry about this morning.
Don't be. It wasn't your fault.
Lenny was bang out of order, but he's not really that bad, and look,
the thing is, Callum is doing so well, and I would hate...
Whoa. I am not going to jeopardise Callum's treatment
because Lenny can't tell the time.
Don't worry about it.
I was just firing a couple of warning shots.
I like Lenny, I reckon he needs to know who's boss from the get go.
It really isn't a problem.
Well, look, let me buy you a drink as an apology for messing you about.
Actually, I can't now, but I will be in The Ship this evening.
I'm meeting someone.
What's this? A date?
Has he got any nice-looking pals?
Can I get you anything else?
No, I'd better get back to my work.
You're on your lunch hour!
I'll catch you later, Ma.
Fancy a game? Lean over and pot a few balls?
No, you're all right.
I bet you're good with balls.
Right, that's it. The lot of you, out.
What? You feeling lucky?
It's all right.
No. Listen, you. Folk come in here for a quiet drink, all right?
Not to sit and listen to all you eejits!
Stevie, want to just leave it?
Aye, Stevie, away back to the bar.
I said get out of my pub.
Your pub? I didn't see your name on the door, pal.
You're just a bar monkey.
Away back where you belong.
Are you mental or you just stupid?
Come on, put the cue down, then!
You want to put a leash on him!
You want to watch your mouth!
Come on, lads, let's go.
What are you doing, starting fights with punters?
Has he broke your nose?
No. I'm fine.
I'm going for a break.
Aye, you do that.
What's up with him?
Are you all right?
They were looking for a fight.
I know, and I just walked right into it.
Sorry. Are you all right?
They were just having a dig at me to try and rile you.
I should have got my act together before just charging in.
You were just looking out for me.
Some day you've had.
First me, and then that lot in there.
I'm sorry I gave you a hard time.
And I get it.
It wasn't all your fault.
You're right, I think we should just move on.
I mean, things are fine with Bob.
It's just still, sometimes, it's not that easy.
Come here, let me see.
Oh, Stella, what are you doing?
I was just checking you were all right.
Well, I said I'm fine! Have you not got the message, no?
What? I wasnae...
Aye, right, you werenae.
What part of "keep away from her" do you not understand?
We were just talking!
Aye, and what were you just talking about?
You've done enough damage to that lassie.
If I see you anywhere near her,
except behind that bar, you'll have me to answer to.
It's over, Jimmy, all right?
There's nothing going on with me and Stella.
A couple of neds were trying to wind me up in the pub
and I nearly whacked one, that's all.
What was that all about?
You looked like you were going to lamp him.
Aye, I was thinking about it.
There was a rammy in the pub, and he went for a boy.
It was all going to kick off.
Well, Stella and Scarlett are in there,
and that head-case picking fights with punters.
I was just telling him if he does that again,
-he'll be getting a battering from me.
Where are you going?
I'm going to see Stella's all right.
Jimmy was just telling me there was a fight.
Aye, nearly. But no.
-Are you all right?
-Course I am.
Aye, as if we haven't got enough nutters this side of the bar.
Are you all right?
Aye, I'm fine.
I just heard about the fight there.
Did they have a go at you?
They were mouthing off at me to try to noise Stevie up, right?
It was him they were after.
But I thought it was Stevie that started it.
Bob, I'm fine. Stevie's fine. We're all fine.
Want to just go back to work?
-Just gie us a break, eh?
All right, mate?
-'Want to stop grabbing me?'
Ran off your feet, are you, Jimmy?
I heard it went well with the wee man this morning?
Kelly-Marie was looking for you earlier.
But you're in luck, she had to go back to the office.
I hear the coven have got a new recruit. Giving you a hard time?
Well, she could do with some customer skills.
Kelly says she's a woman she could learn from.
Well, I suppose it's worth putting up with the aggro for the wee man.
I mean, him and Madonnna are at the perfect age,
when they think we're the best thing since sliced bread.
Once the hormones kick in, we'll be a waste of space
like the rest of them,
so enjoy it while you can.
Cal is OK, eh?
He's doing grand.
I mean, I thought paying good money in would be enough, but no.
Are you joking? Money?
It's family. It's blood they want.
And talking about family...
..you didnae manage to have a chat wi' Bob this morning?
What did you think?
There you are!
Right, let's crack open a bottle!
What's wrong with this picture?
Who's she looking at?
You weren't shouting at him about a fight in the pub, were you?
I've never liked this picture.
Never, and I never knew why, I just couldn't see it.
And all the other pictures in my head, I never put them together.
The looks between them...
..the way neither of them can ever look me in the eye.
Out there, the way she touched him
when she cannae bear to be anywhere near me.
The look on her face the day I got home. I've been so stupid!
I thought it was just that, that she was surprised - shock!
"Oh, no, the daftie's back."
Oh, don't do that to yourself.
What? Face the truth?
He was in my house!
I came home and there they were, in my house!
And you knew!
I didn't, I don't.
What do you mean?
-I don't know what I saw.
Things are never that simple.
What the hell are you talking about? Are they having an affair or not?
It's that bloody simple to me!
Bob, it was your ma's birthday party, right, I saw them kissing.
It doesn't mean to say it meant anything. Aye, it was wrong.
Like that picture's wrong.
And I asked Stella.
-She didn't deny it.
She made a terrible mistake. She was upset, ashamed.
Aye, I bet she was, because she'd been caught.
Come on, this is Stella we're talking about.
You saw her snogging the face off Stevie,
but you never thought about telling me?
It didn't mean anything.
She was in bits, like I say, she was embarrassed.
She wasn't proud of what happened.
I've been back nearly a month now...
..and she cannae bear to be anywhere near me.
Every chance she gets, she's in the pub, working with him,
rather than being in the house with me.
Every time I go to bed, she's sleeping, always tired.
Whatever happened, it's over.
She wasnae thinking straight, and he was there.
You said yourself, you let her down.
Maybe you should start looking at yourself before you lay into Stella.
What? Are you trying to tell me
that it's my fault my wife slept with somebody else?
She was hurting alone.
I mean, you cleared off to Spain, she didn't know if you
were coming back and if you did, did you still want to be with her?
And there he was in the wings, Stevie Burns.
A shoulder to cry on.
Don't blame her, Bob!
Who says I'm going to blame her?
Where are you going?
I'm going to help Gabriel out.
Oh, aye. Gonnae give him my best?
Listen, Bob's found out about you and Stella.
'So you limit the damage and protect that lassie, do you hear me?'
You tell him it was a mistake, a one-night stand.
You been having a bit of fun, have you,
with my wife?
I'm not your mate!
I'm sorry, I'm really sorry.
So where did it all start, eh? How long's it been going on?
One night! It was a mistake, I never meant for it to happen.
Neither did Stella. It was all my fault.
Did Stella tell you?
Do you think she wants me to know that she's been sleeping
with some low-life scum like you?
No, I know she disnae.
It was one night, I swear it wasn't her fault.
I'd had a few drinks and...
It was all me, she was really upset, she was hurt and lonely.
She was greeting.
I said the right things when she needed to hear them.
One thing led to another and...
I made the most of it.
You know what I'm like, don't you?
I couldnae help myself.
Come on, he's not worth it. Come on.
I thought you were a pal!
I trusted you, Stella trusted you,
but you really are just a piece of filth, a junkie! You're poison!
You poisoned Nicole Brodie's life,
and you poisoned my marriage when I wasnae well!
You should just get back out there where you came from, the gutter!
Last year was tough, but it was tough for Stella, as well.
She was there for you, but you weren't there for her.
You left that lassie on her own.
And she couldn't go to the O'Hara women,
not when it was you that broke her heart.
And take your ma. I love her to bits, but...
Well, according to her, the sun shines out of your backside.
"My wee Bubba can do no wrong."
All right, I get it!
I never meant to hurt Stella, all right!
Well, maybe she didn't mean to hurt you, so it's 1-1.
Listen, as far as I'm concerned,
the villain in this peace is that chancer Stevie Burns.
Stella's a gem. You're not gonnae chuck your marriage, are you,
just because she made one mistake, one night when she was hurting?
Bob, think about it, please.
Oh, for the love of... I just about forgot.
It's your contract.
Lenny didnae change a thing.
So, well done.
For the undertakers.
Our Mick. Aye, he liked to be smart.
Are you gonnae be OK?
Well, I just need to get on with it.
I don't want Leyla or the kids to have to deal with anything.
You know, having to deal with all the stupid, normal stuff
for something that's just so...
You're doing a really good job with them.
And don't rush back. I mean it. I can lock up.
Listen, I've not even asked. How are you?
And Bob? Is he that "fine" way, too?
We're both fine. Just getting on with it.
Just give it some time.
It's early days.
You've got another chance, Stell.
Don't waste it.
I wish I had mine back.
All right, pal?
Never mind me, how are you?
Look, if you're looking for your lovely wife,
she's in the Arcade, helping me again.
Aye, she said she was going to give you a hand.
She's one in a million, Bob.
You're a lucky man.
Look, I'm sorry.
Having a go at you in the pub earlier on.
I've been crabbit all day and then when that all kicked off, I just...
I'm sorry, all right?
How did it all go, anyway?
The big thing? The surprise and all that?
-You all right?
I saw Gabriel.
Poor guy, man, he's in bits.
I mean, him and his brother and...
He just wanted a chance to make it all better
-and that's not going to happen now, is it?
Just work stuff. I'll tell you later.
Did you come in for something?
No. Look, you're busy.
We'll talk about it later, eh?
Dad, come away and sit down, eh?
But what was he doing at the prison? It's nowhere near the Health Centre.
It's nothing for you to worry about it.
Come on and we'll watch some telly.
But poor Leyla. I mean, three children to bring up on her own!
It doesn't bear thinking about.
I know, but she's managing fine and Gabriel's helping.
Aye, that's right. But I mean, three young kids and no dad,
and that poor wee lassie, Nicole.
But, Dad, everybody's looking after them, keeping an eye out.
So it's nothing for you to worry about, OK? Honest.
Come on, sit down and watch some telly,
and then we'll get the cards out.
Is the football on tonight?
Why don't you look and see while I get the wee man down?
Right, Stuart, come on, whoopsidaisy!
So, you need to be thinking about a party.
We need to be thinking more than a pudding and a couple of steaks.
Stella maybe doesn't want any fuss.
Aye, she will.
Anyway, it's not about her, it's about the both of them,
it's about the family. You can do something by yourselves any time.
I've got to go. I'll let you know when I've talked to Stella.
Oh, don't mind me. I'm only your ma.
Go and apologise.
Angela, what can I get you? G&T?
Thank you very much, that's very kind.
I hope he's not running late.
No, not at all. I'm early.
You see, I like to be in good time for important appointments.
You've got to be kidding me.
Listen, you! You said this was a one-time thing.
So I'm going to leave it at that.
But you stay the hell away from my wife.
-I'm doing the talking here, all right?
And I'm telling you, you don't go near her, you don't talk to her.
This is my marriage, and I'll deal with it.
You just stay out of it, all right?
What the hell are you doing, Dad? Dad, get back up the stairs!
I had to leave Stuart! Come on!
I need to find Nicole.
Well, you're not gonnae find her in there.
I just want to tell Nicole I'm sorry.
Don't worry about it. We'll find her later, OK,
once Eileen comes home, all right? Come on.
Eileen, I need you home, now!
Scared him off, have you?
He's on his way.
Not all men scare easily.
Well, I suppose that depends on what they're going to have to face.
It's all right, Mr Murdoch. You don't have to keep me company
just because I'm sat here on my own and you'd like to gloat.
OK, it brought a smile to my face,
but this guy, whoever he is, he needs to learn some manners.
You don't need to apologise for this morning
if that's what you're here for.
Well, that's good, because I wasn't going to.
Look, I know you're trying to help,
but it's not up to you when I do or don't see Cal.
I absolutely agree.
You don't have to be at the sessions.
That's not what I said.
I don't like being messed about.
My grandson comes first with me.
So let me recap.
First session, you didn't appear, then you turned up late to meet me.
Second session, you barged in and disrupted Cal's concentration,
you then decided you wanted to come to the rest to the appointments.
But today you kept me waiting.
So who is messing who about?
There are no half measures with Callum's therapy.
That is my priority.
That's a shame.
Yeah, it is. See you.
No, Dad, you're not going anywhere.
-I'm not daft! I know my way home!
Will you give me my coat?!
What's going on?
You took your time! I phoned you half an hour ago.
We came as soon as we could. Where's Stuart?
He's fast asleep.
Why are you fighting over my Dad's jacket? Dad, are you OK?
He's fine! It's me that's having the breakdown!
She won't let me out of the house!
Because you were wandering off in the dark!
What are you blethering about? I was going home!
Gina, if you can't handle my dad and Stuart, you should have said.
Is your memory on the blink as well?
Did you not listen to me this morning?
Mr Hamilton, shall we go and get a cup of tea
and let these two finish their chat? Sorry, I'm parched.
Aye, of course. We'll leave them to it. Come on through.
I tell you, these two started arguing 40 years ago
and they've been at it ever since.
My first night out for months and...
Oh, my heart bleeds for you(!)
You all right?
Do you want a hand with the dinner?
Bob, what is it?
Look, I know things haven't been easy. I know that.
The thing is...
We all make mistakes.
I know about you and Stevie.
What? Me and Stevie? What are you talking about?
Please! No more lies!
How do you know?
It doesnae matter.
But we need to work it out, together.
You and me.
I know I've been difficult.
And I know it's been hard for you.
No, you don't!
You don't know anything, because you weren't there.
Bob, we weren't even married a year and you bailed on us.
We've talked about this. I wasnae well.
And do you not think I wanted to just run away,
to disappear off into the sunset and sort my head out?
I said I'm sorry and I mean that.
I cannot believe you're playing the "I'm sick" card.
For once in your life, want to just grow a pair!
Just face it, you weren't cut out for the whole marriage thing,
the "for better, for worse" bit.
I was ill and my wife decides to go and shag somebody else!
What about the sickness and health bit, eh?
How many other "mistakes" have you made? Anybody else I know?
Do you know what? I should never have married you.
You know, I used to wonder why all those other lassies left you
and I felt sorry for you.
But now I know why!
Because you're married to your ma, not me!
Do you know, sleeping with Stevie wasnae a mistake.
I needed somebody, I needed a man and I found one.
And I'm not sorry for it.
And I'm certainly not sorry that we cannae have weans,
because I'm already stuck with a spoilt, whining brat
who runs to his ma at the first sign of trouble.
What sort of dad would you make?
I need to go.
No, Stella, wait, don't go. We can sort this out!
You all right?
You wanting a hand with the dinner?
No. You're all right. I'll sort it.
Just a quiet day at the garage, then, aye?
Right, I'm away to run a bath.
RADIO PLAYS "Moon River"
# Oh, dream maker
# You heart breaker
# Wherever you're goin' I'm goin' your way
# Two drifters Off to see the world. #
That looks lovely.
I just need to go and get some matches, for the candles.
# ..same rainbow's end
# Waitin' round the bend
# My huckleberry friend
# Moon river
# And me. #
I know we have to consider Dad.
All I wanted was a couple of hours!
Anyway, how did you manage to get him in such a state?
He'd forgotten about Dr Brodie.
Oh, God. He asked poor wee Nicole how her dad was.
You should have seen her face.
Eileen, it was awful.
I didn't know what to say, and Dad, well, he just...
I thought today was a good day.
Aye, well, I guess up until then it was.
Look, Miriam said we should expect this.
You know, lapses like this,
especially if he's stressed or upset.
I mean, it doesn't necessarily mean that he's, you know...
Are you all right?
Aye, just not hungry.
That's a shame, because it was really nice, as usual.
You were in great form this morning.
Did it not work out the way you wanted?
The big surprise?
I mean, aye.
It did work out.
What, Lenny Murdoch?
He's buying into Montego Motors?
I get a big lump sum of cash investment,
and he gets a tiny percentage back.
Bob, you cannae trust the guy.
Aye. Well, who can you trust?
Anyway, I don't need to trust him. I know him.
Right, so, you are gonnae take the money, then?
You're not happy about it, are you?
I wouldn't trust him an inch,
but he's nearly family for you, isn't he?
The extra money would set me up.
Whatever happened to "we" or "us"?
Bob, we used to talk about stuff like this.
I liked that we were a team.
I thought we still were.
I don't know what I'm doing.
I need some time to think it through.
OK, why don't you go through and do some thinking? I'll do the dishes.
You still thinking?
Can I help?
Aye. You can.
Things have just been a bit weird since I got back.
We've not seen much of each other, and I've...
I've just not been seeing things straight.
How do you mean?
Maybe I've been a bit full-on since I've been home,
but it's only because I want the good things in life
as soon as possible,
because I want us to be happy for as long as possible.
And I know it's not been easy with me for a long time.
I've not been at my best either.
Please, Stella, let me say it.
I know I've let you down.
And I am so sorry I hurt you.
But that wasn't you, it was the depression.
No, it was me.
You've always been the strong one, holding us together.
But I wasn't there for you.
You were hurt, it was a tough time.
And that's when we should stick together,
when everything goes wrong. That's the test, isn't it?
When the going gets tough.
The thing is...
We all make mistakes.
I was wrong to go away and leave you here yourself.
I was wrong not to phone you every single day I was away.
And I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, too.
We were happy, once. Weren't we?
Aye, we were.
So we can be happy again.
Right, are you coming to bed?
I'll be through in a second.
Culpable homicide is different from murder.
So what's the matter?
It matters because it means he might get a lighter sentence.
You said he'd stay locked up.
We've split up.
Will was hitting me.
I think we've found our stash house.
The thing is, if it is there, it's right on Murdoch's doorstep.
'It's me. You need to move your goods.'
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