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You saw her snogging the face aff Stevie,
but you never thought about telling me?!
Whatever happened, it's over.
She wasnae thinking straight, and he was there!
Whatever happened to "we", or "us"?
I liked that we were a team.
I thought we still were.
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?!
# I am done
# Smoking gun
# We've lost it all
# The love is gone... #
# ..She has won
# Now it's no fun
# We've lost it all
# The love is gone
# And we had magic... #
# ..And this is tragic
# You couldn't keep your hands to yourself
# I feel like our world's been infected
# And somehow you left me neglected
# We've found our lives have been changed... #
All right, where you been?
Just to get breakfast.
Was gonnae make rolls and sausage... On your way out?
Aye, I need to go and pick up the new tow truck this morning.
Well, can you no' stay for something to eat first?
No, I need to go in a minute, sorry.
So, did you meet anybody interesting?
Not unless you count your uncle at the shop. No, how?
I was just wondering.
You know I've got the doctor this morning?
I was maybe goin' to talk to her about trying IVF again.
Will you come with me? Look, I know we've had a rough few months,
but I feel ready to try for a baby again.
And I promise I'll not let you down this time.
I'll be there to support you, whatever happens.
-Is it no' just a bit soon?
Stella, things are on the up. With the business, you and me...
Look, I know I went aff the idea for a while but...
The thought of you and me being a ma and da...
It's something to look forward to, isn't it?
Look, I need to go to work.
I thought you were goin' to pick up that truck?
Nah, the guy's running a bit late. So I'll just walk with you.
-Can a guy not walk his wife to work?
-I'm a big lassie.
-I need to talk to Lenny anyway.
Em...Bob wants to talk to Lenny?
I think he's upstairs. Away up if you want, I'm sure he won't mind.
Talk of the devil.
I need to talk to you about cash flow.
Aye, two seconds. Listen, I'm goin' to need the flat.
-As of today.
-What? Where am I supposed to go?
I'm sure you've got plenty of mates.
At least give us a week - a few days even.
Look on the bright side. You get to keep your job
and I'll throw in a cab to take all your gear.
Right, I'll see you later.
Yoo-hoo! I met the postie. Gave me that for you.
Is that fresh tea?
Aye, help yourself.
It's Raymond, he's gonnae put the rent up!
You better sort that, Jimmy.
Oh no, Scarlett, you'd be better talking to him yourself.
-Eh, hello? A man in the hoose!
-Where? Aw, you?
HE LAUGHS MOCKINGLY
This is a private conversation between me and my wife.
Scarlett, he'd be too soft.
You wouldn't let him away with anything.
I won't let him away with anything. I won't!
Are you gonnae tell Raymond we're not entertaining that rent rise?
Are you gonnae tell him to fix that shower unit and they blinds?
And tell him he's not getting a penny more until that work is done?
-All right. I'll see to it.
-Huh-haw, he better!
Beauty, isn't it?
Montego Motors emergency rescue truck at your service.
So, Lenny's come good, eh?
Aye, everything's coming good.
You all right?
Eh? Aye, oh aye, just your ma, she's been nipping my lug again. As usual!
So...how're things with you and Stella?
-You havenae mentioned...?
-It was a one-off, Jimmy.
Look, me and Stella have just had a blip.
But it's the future that's important.
In fact, we're going to give IVF another go.
And with the extra income from this we're going to have to start
looking for a bigger place. With a garden for the weans.
Bob, I'm all for thinking big, but maybe you should...
walk before you run.
-What d'you mean?
-What's Stella saying to it?
Why would she have a problem? Look, everything's great.
The business, and me and Stella. All right?
How d'you not wait on me?
I'm sorry, I...
-I... It doesn't matter.
-Take a seat, Bob.
Stella tells me you're thinking about IVF again.
Well, this appointment was supposed to be about how YOU'RE doing.
-Well, we need to talk about that.
I'd rather talk about our family plans.
-We'll be able to find the money. You don't need to worry about that.
Can we just wind back a bit?
I mean, for a start, you're still on medication.
I'll come off it.
You can't do that in a day. It has to be gradual.
-I'm not depressed anymore.
-It's not as simple as that.
IVF is a gruelling process for both of you, emotionally.
I'd like to see you, Bob, off the medication before you start.
I'm not talking a long time.
How about we review it in six months?
By then we'll have an idea how you're doing without the antidepressants.
You're all right if we delay it?
I think it would be best.
My name's Stevie Burns. Aye, I could probably get you some references.
Nae chance of a room sooner? I'll get back to you.
I don't know how he expects me to find somewhere just like that.
Did he tell you why? I'd get a lawyer on to it.
He cannae give you notice and expect you to move out on the same day.
I'll have a word. He cannae treat you like this!
-I'll just need to get on with it.
No rent rise. Thermostat and blinds to get fixed.
Ya beauty! What did you say? Did you gie him what for?
Let's just say... I made him see reason.
-Raymond's going to put me up.
-Seems he's not all bad, eh?
-So are you paying him rent?
-And is he helping you move?
I rest my case. He's still a soul-sucking, greedy wee...
Whoa! I'd better get some boxes together and get my stuff packed.
You all right here for a few hours?
Aye. Away you go. Have you got anybody to help you?
-You really want to put the brakes on the IVF?
Then why did you not back me up in there?
Because I just want what's best for you.
You heard what she said - the medication might stop the IVF fae working.
I just want you to get better first.
You sure that's the only reason?
Look, if you're having second thoughts about having a wean...
I care about you. That's the only reason.
I just think it's better to delay the IVF
until you get shot of they pills.
Oi, yous two!
How did it go at the doctor's?
-Are yous going on the IVF?
-I'll tell you later, Ma.
All right. Stella, you're no' busy this afternoon, are you?
It's just Stevie needs to move out of his lordship's flat
and he's needing some help shifting his gear.
-No, I cannae. I've got stuff to do this afternoon.
-Aw, come on. He'd do it for you...
-Can somebody else not help him?
-What, are you offering?
Cos the quicker he moves, the quicker he's back on his shift, and that'll help me out an' all.
-Aye, nae bother.
-Bless you, darlin'.
Aw, Jimmy? Bubba says he's going to help Stevie move.
You're not seriously going to help Stevie, are you?
Anything that gets him away from here suits me.
I'm here to help you pack.
Nah, you're all right.
My ma still thinks you're a decent guy, so I thought I should keep up the act.
-Thought it would be safe to come in now.
-What're you having?
-I'll take a whisky.
-Two drams, please.
Oh, look at yous two, all pally now.
Yeah, well, it's good to be reasonable about things.
And you're welcome, by the way. About the rent.
I hope Jimmy didn't gie you too hard a time.
-Far from it.
-Aw, come on, Raymond. You only backed down cos you were brickin' it
-that you'd end up getting nothing.
For your information, me and Jimmy had an amicable negotiation.
Aw, is that what you call it? I know he telt you to whistle for it.
-I was going to meet you halfway...
-That's right, save face.
-But you can't back down now.
-You can't tell me what to do...
Aye, I can. Just cos you're a greedy wee bampot!
-We're not paying a penny more.
And I want they blinds and the shower fixed.
If that's what you think I am, then that's the way it's going to be.
Rent rise to take effect from the end of the month.
-And you can whistle for the repairs.
What's he playin' at?
-What ye do that for?!
-I'm telling you. It just slipped out of my hand...
Aye, right. We both know what this is about.
-Nothing to do with you getting it on with my wife.
-Now, boys, everything OK?
-What's going on?
Aw, Stevie, your malts! I hope that wasnae you, Bubba!
No, no, it was an accident.
Right, I'd better leave my laptop here.
Still got a drinks order to do when I come back.
Aw, Stevie, I can't believe you're gonnae have to move in with Raymond.
-It's just till I find somewhere else.
-We get on all right.
Wait till the two-faced wee runt double-crosses you. Then you'll know all about it.
I'm warning you, Stevie. You'd better watch him.
# Come away with me... #
Ooh! Is that your seduction tape?
-Is that bar gonnae look after itself, Scarlett?
-Graham's in for his shift.
Right, Jimmy. Let's get they boxes down the stair.
No, Dad. No, it's fine. She'll be there. Don't worry.
No, Dad. I don't think it's a good idea that you go on your own.
Because she wants to.
Latte, please, Stella.
She's just come in, I'll ask her. All right.
What time are you picking my dad up?
(To go to his club?)
(We're supposed to take turns, remember?)
Dad? Yeah. She'll get you at two. Straight after lunch. Yeah.
All right. OK, Dad. Listen, darlin', I'll need to go cos...
Yeah, I'm at my work. All right, Dad. No, she'll be there. Bye.
Can you not do it? Or Liz?
I've got the dentist. And Liz has got her book group.
We were supposed to be sharing this. And yet, I've done the last three times.
OK, OK. I'll do it.
You just have to see him in, then pick him up in a couple of hours.
Is this for Greg's benefit?
-I just wanted to get my nails done.
-Just watch yourself.
-And what's that supposed to mean?
-I'm just saying it because I care.
But let's face it, you can be a wee bit...
A wee bit stupid when it comes to men.
She's forgot her coffee.
-I forgot to tell Gina, I've to be there by half past.
-At the club.
You're just off the phone to Gina. I'm taking you to the club today.
-Are we going there now?
-No! I'm going to take you home.
I'll come and get you at two and we'll go there in a cab.
-I like to walk.
-Well, I don't have time for that.
What do you mean, "You don't have time?" What you doin'?
-I've got a job and a toddler.
-Brian's no' a toddler.
-Aye, aye. I meant Stewart.
Right, I'll get you at two. Make sure you're ready. You got that?
What time am I coming to get you?
I'm no' a wean. There's no call to speak to me like that.
I'm just trying to help. Be ready at two.
I saw Dad just after I left and...
He'd totally forgotten everything you'd said to him on the phone.
Well, we know to expect ups and downs.
Sometimes it seems like he's just being awkward.
-That must be where you get it from.
Don't you think you were a wee bit out of order this morning? Telling me I'm stupid about men?
I didn't mean you were stupid, I just meant...
you've not got a very good track record.
Really? Can I remind you your last date stood you up?
The truth is, you're in a strop because a guy's no' interested
and you're trying to take it out on me.
Or maybe I'm just upset about my dad and needing a bit of support here.
-KNOCKING ON CAR
He wanted to see his Uncle Bob's new tow truck...
So, how did you get on at the doctor's?
-Aye, really good. We're going to start the IVF.
Aye, in six months or so.
We had to delay it a bit, till I come off the medication and that, you know?
Stella'll be relieved.
-Aye, not that she's said anything, but...
Well, I just got the impression
she wanted to delay the whole baby thing for a while.
I thought that's what yous discussed?
-That's why you were delaying it.
-Aye. It is.
There's nae point going ahead if Stella's no' happy, is there?
Right, pal, you want a seat in my new tow truck? C'mon.
C'mon, I'll pick you up. I'll get you up.
That good? Driving?
Er, in or out?
MOBILE PHONE RINGTONE
It wasn't just a one night stand, was it?
Doesn't look like the kind of picture you'd take
if it was just one drunken night, does it?
And all the phone calls.
The text messages.
How long was it going on for?
You lied to me.
How long did it go on for?
A few weeks.
Who finished it?
Well, you came back, it was obvious it was over.
But who said it? Come on! Just tell me!
Are you in love with her?
You rejected her.
It was just a phase, that's all.
You call how you treated her "a phase"?
She was devastated! You were a total tool to her...!
I wasnae well, all right?!
Well, why not speak to her about it then, eh?
Instead of running to your ma?
But aw, no!
Bob, you don't just shut her out!
You behaved like you hated her!
-You don't know what you're talking about!
-Aye, I do!
Cos I saw that lassie every single day in work
with her heart breaking because you were ignoring her.
Shutting her out. She tried her best, you know?
And what about the big anniversary dinner, eh?
All that effort she went to and what did you do?
Threw it back in her face.
She told you that, did she?
Of course she told me! Because she needed somebody to talk to.
Look at you. You don't even deserve her. D'you know that?
No wonder she came to somebody that knew how to love her.
GRUNTING AND SHOUTING
STEVIE GASPS FOR BREATH
You're not even worth it!
OK, I'll see you later then.
So...you and Greg an item, then?
I don't know. Yet.
-He seems dead nice.
-MOBILE PHONE BEEPS
DOOR CLATTERS OPEN
Gina, is it OK if I take five minutes?
-Stella, it's not really convenient. It's not a good time.
Tell her you need some time to explain to your husband
why you had an affair with Stevie Burns.
I've known about it for weeks.
Bob, it was nothing. It was just a mistake.
I wanted to tell you. I tried, but I just...I couldn't.
I never meant to hurt you.
Then why did you jump into bed with Stevie?!
Do you love him?
We need to get out of here. C'mon.
Look Bob, I was lonely and I was upset
and I was angry with you, right?
-It didn't mean anything.
I've seen the text messages, Stella. I've seen the photos.
"You're beautiful when you're sleeping." It made me feel sick!
And all that stuff about putting off the IVF
because you cared about how I was? You're a liar!
I do care about you!
Or you cannae bear the thought of having a wean with me.
And having an affair with Stevie? That's about "caring", is it?
OK! What I did was wrong. But you pushed me away.
You'd rather talk to your ma than talk to me.
-You leave my ma out of this!
-But I cannae, can I?
I mean, look at this morning -
you even had to go and tell her about the doctor's appointment.
I want a husband. Not some...
Discuss it with Stevie, did you?
I suppose he was enough of a man for you, eh?
All I'm saying is, I need to feel that this is about you and me.
Not the whole clan of Mullens and O'Haras.
My family's been good to you.
Or have you forgot about how they took a chance on you?
Took a chance on me?
Aye. I mean, you know what you were like.
No. Tell me.
You had nothing. I gave you a life.
-Oh right, so I'm supposed to be eternally grateful
that you and your family took pity on me?
No, but I was just hoping maybe it would mean that you'd be loyal.
I'd have seen something. I work beside the pair of them.
I'm going to speak to Bob. I'm going to set this straight.
How no? My ma'll have got it wrong.
-Oh, excuse me?
-They need some time on their own.
I need to find out if there's any truth in it.
-I'm telling you, Scarlett, I heard them.
-It's right enough!
Bob, it was our wedding anniversary and you told me to leave.
When you went away, I didn't even know if we still had a marriage.
You still accepted an eternity ring when I got back.
Does that not mean anything?
I just wanted you to talk to me.
I wanted you to tell me everything was going to be all right.
My best mate had just died, Stella.
Aye, and I was upset an' all.
I tried everything to make you understand
what you were doing to our marriage.
I begged you to fight for us, and you left me!
Are you trying to say it's MY fault that you copped off with Stevie?
I'm saying that I lost you.
That we lost each other.
So you don't take any responsibility at all?
Of course I do!
See....when I thought it was just a one-off...
I thought...I could cope, you know?
That anybody could make a mistake and regret it...
And I do regret it!
But I'm not the only one that's messed up.
D'you want to know what I used to love most about you?
Is that you were kind. And fair.
And I used to feel so safe with you
because I knew that you would never be horrible to me.
But you have!
You've been so horrible to me.
Aye, well, you got me back, didn't you?
I can't think of anything that could hurt me more than this, Stella.
How did you no' tell me?
He didn't want you to know.
I could've sorted it.
This isn't something you can sort.
I would have sat that Stella down for a start
-and I'd have put her bang to rights!
-That's the whole point...
I'm your wife and you didn't tell me what was going on with my own son?
Something as big as this, Jimmy?
What kind of a husband keeps that to himself?
You are a waste of space.
Why didn't you tell me you knew?
I wanted to pretend that it never happened.
I just wanted things to go back to the way they were.
-When you loved me.
-I do love you!
Just leave them!
I thought more of you!
Ma, this is our business.
He's stuck by you.
He seen the best in you when nobody else did!
See if it wasnae against my faith,
I'd tell him to throw you back in the gutter where he found you.
That's enough! You've had your say. Now leave us to it.
Now, me and Stella are going to go home and sort this out.
Without ANY interference from my family. You got that?
Hiya, you get Dad OK?
Yeah. He insisted on walking all the way back, but...
he loved the club. Chatted about it all the way home.
Greg's here for his tea.
So I see. I'll make myself scarce.
Look, if we wanted to be on our own, we would have gone out ourselves.
I feel bad about this afternoon. I know you're worried about Dad.
-We both are.
-So Greg's here why?
Well, I think he can help Dad.
Dad's not going to want strangers doing things for him!
No, help us, you know, learn how to deal with him.
I don't need Greg to tell me how to "deal" with my dad.
Look, I know it was my idea to go to the support group.
And it's great that you've found yourself a boyfriend as a result.
Look, Greg really understands what we're going through, OK?
-Smells quite good.
D'you want to have a wee chat?
-There's your change.
Don't you speak to me!
I'll do my job, but I answer to Lenny Murdoch. Not you!
Stella's back with Bob.
She's had her bit of rough but now she's back on track,
and if I find you so much as looking in her direction,
you'll be singing an octave higher for the rest of your life. Have you got that?
I said, have you got that?
Right. Who's wanting served?
You shouldn't be too hard on yourself.
There's no such thing as the perfect carer.
It's common to feel guilt.
No-one can get it right all the time.
Oh, well, I like to have something to strive for.
I know how frightening this is.
But we're here for you.
Oh, are WE? And in what way am I frightened, exactly?
The changing family dynamic. You may often have feelings of dislike.
You've no idea about my relationship with my dad!
I know that your anger is coming out of fear.
And it's good to confront those feelings.
And I can help you with that.
Greg's right, Eileen. If you would only just listen...
No! You're the one that's keen on him. You listen to him!
-Why is it whenever you meet a man,
-you lose all ability to have any thought or opinion of your own?
Why don't we try and resolve this without you two falling out?
-We can sit down and have...
-Oh, who asked you?
Where are you going?
White wine, please.
Look, I'm so sorry about the other night.
I got caught up in something.
Let me explain?
Is that so? So why are you suddenly phoning me tonight, eh?
At a loose end? And chocolates!
I sat here for ages the other night
and you didn't call to let me know or say you were sorry.
I texted you, the next day...
Oh, yes, of course. I forgot.
Look, have you eaten?
Let me take you out. Anywhere you like. I can explain.
-I've just been under a lot of stress at work...
Save it for somebody that'll fall for it.
Oh, give me a break, Eileen!
Go on, you know you want to!
You've no idea the week I've had.
And you've no idea how sick I am of people telling me what I feel.
Give it up, Craig. I've been here before, and it never ends well.
I am sorry.
Patronising, domineering... self-opinionated...
Having a fall-out with the boyfriend?
I was talking about Gina's.
I know I messed up.
I came back knowing I had some making up to do.
When I first found out...
When I thought it was just one night of craziness...
I thought I could just carry on.
But knowing that it went on for weeks.
That you talked to him about us!
(I'm so sorry.)
I know it's going to take time for you to forgive me.
I'm not stupid enough to think it's going to be easy.
I mean, loads of couples go through stuff like this.
We just need to give it time, yeah?
You must be hungry. We should eat something.
What do you want, d'you want a takeaway or something?
What about a chippy? Or do you want to phone in a pizza or something?
I'll go get a fish supper the now, right?
MUSIC: "Come Away With Me" by Norah Jones
What's the matter?
Nothing, I just don't like that song.
You used to.
You did fall in love with him, didn't you?
Go and get the dinner.
I mean, it's one thing meeting other folk who are in the same boat,
but it's another when Gina includes her latest squeeze
in our private family business.
And then getting him to "talk" to me about my father?
'Course he loved it. Patronising git.
-What did he say?
That I must be feeling guilty about my dad.
Oh yeah, and that I'm frightened and embarrassed about him.
Have you always got on with your father?
He's just my dad.
Kind. But firm.
A great sense of fairness.
Always arbitrating arguments between me and Gina.
Even up until recently.
It's just that I keep looking for the person he used to be.
I still need him to be there for me.
And it frightens you when he isn't?
Actually, I went through something very similar with my father.
The progression of vascular dementia is very unpredictable.
One bad day doesn't necessarily mean he's on the slippery slope.
You just have to get used to rolling with the punches.
Maybe you just didn't want to hear them from Greg.
It's Gina I want to talk to about what's happening with my dad.
Not some stranger who didn't know what he was like.
Especially a man that might become close to Gina.
What, you think I'm jealous because Gina's got a man in her life?
Gina's probably as scared as you are about what's happening with your dad.
Greg is someone for her to turn to.
You know, men are not that bad.
You know, I just.... I think I'm going to head home.
21 down is "epiphany".
How did it go with Stevie?
Oh, we're best of buddies. What do you think? (Thanks.)
Just a pint of lager, please.
So, what did Stevie do that your wife right-hooked him?
Only got what he deserved.
And as for you... I'm pure raging with you, Jimmy.
Oh, what's new?
What was that?
You're always on at me about something.
Do you blame me? Raymond was bad enough, but now this with Stella!
If there's one thing I cannae stand, it's you lying to me.
You know why I lied about Raymond, and I never telt you about Stella?
It's because of this. The carry-on!
Hitting Stevie, bawling and shouting at Stella. You're a nightmare!
What happened with Stevie and Stella is Bob's business.
He's man enough to sort it out himself without you wading in.
You need to realise that the world disnae revolve around
you and your opinions.
If you're here for a fight,
give us ten minutes and we'll get out of here.
I'm back to apologise.
Oh! I can say that word.
I have been off with you.
And...yes, I was in a mood because I was stood up the other night.
-I shouldn't have said that.
-No, you were right.
And I've not been taking my turn doing stuff for Dad.
I know that too.
I'm just finding this really hard.
I feel... I feel like we're losing him, Gina.
Oh, come here.
I miss him, Gina.
I miss him getting on at me. I know I said it annoyed me, but...
I know. I know.
I wish I'd been a... a better daughter to him.
More like you.
Look...why don't I get rid of Greg, and you and I'll sit and chat, eh?
Dad would want me to be civil...
Sorry I was so long. The queue was pure...
What you doin'?
I think it's best I move out for a while.
No, it's no'.
I came back and he was here. In our house.
Fixing the wifi. How stupid was I?!
Did you do it in our bed?
-You have to believe me!
-How can I?
You said that we would work this out. You said we'd sort it!
-You could have weans with him.
I'm not saying it to punish you.
But years down the line you're gonnae look at me
and think, "I stayed out of guilt.
"To make him happy."
No, I won't!
Stella...we can just accept it now and move on,
or stay together for another 30 year and end up hating each other.
That is not gonnae happen.
Go to Stevie.
It's where you want to be.
Bob, please don't leave me!
It's you I want to be with. Look... I was just... I was upset.
What about Stevie?
He doesn't want me.
He never wanted me.
He tell you that?
So you didnae choose me over him really, did you?
You're only wi' me because you've got naewhere else to go.
Just don't leave!
Bob, please, just...man up, will you?
Just stay here and sort this out!
What are you gonnae do?!
I'm about to man up.
Pack your stuff.
I want you out by the time I get back.
You all right, Bubba?
I've told her to get out.
Darlin', I understand. I dae. But she's your wife!
My marriage is over, all right?
-Where are you going?
-I need to be on my ain!
TV ON, FRONT DOOR OPENS
You all right, darlin'?
How was your shift?
I think I'm gonnae make myself scarce. Night.
And good luck.
Scarlett, look, I'm....
I lost the rag.
It's allowed sometimes, eh?
Jimmy, I'm going to bed.
I want to be on my ain.
I had a quiet word with myself. "No, Gabriel, you love the woman,
"buy her what you want."
This is my place, right? Brodie's Arcade.
Take it up with Lenny.
I take it he's been hangin' about the arcade too?
Bet that's good for business.
You'd better watch that tone, son.
'I know he's your friend, Lenny, but even friends can overstep the mark.'
Can I help you?
Ah, it's about Gabriel Brodie.
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