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Look, I know it was my idea to go to the Support Group,
and it's really great you've found yourself a boyfriend as a result.
Look, Greg really understands what we're going through. OK?
Gina, is it OK if I take five minutes?
Stella, it's really busy, and you've hardly been here.
Tell her you need some time to explain to your husband why
you had an affair with Stevie Burns.
He stuck by you.
He seen the best in you when nobody else did.
See, if it wasn't against my faith,
I'd tell him to throw you back in the gutter, where he found you.
I came back and he was here, in our house.
Did you do it in our bed?
You're no' even worth it.
-Spare a pound to help out.
Just a few minutes of your time.
Have a nice day.
Oh, sorry, sorry!
-Have you got a couple of minutes?
-No, I've not.
-Can you spare a quid to help out?
-Are you deaf? I said "no".
Have a nice day(!)
-Is Bob having a laugh?
I thought it was a practical joke.
The Sheriff Officers weren't laughing, were they?
"Steven Burns, as a person with whom the defender..."
That's you, obviously. "..is alleged to have committed adultery."
I'm no' taking the rap for this. No danger!
What? Has his memory gone as well as lost the plot, aye?
And anyway, you can get a divorce through the post these days,
no' wi' this guff! How could you no' talk some sense into him?
-I didnae know he was doing it.
I don't know.
He said to me to get a lawyer and...
-So, you didn't agree to this, no?
-Of course not. I would have told you.
-Well, what are we going to do?
-I don't know.
Right, we'll see.
-Could just be the tracking's out,
if you hit a kerb or pothole or something like that.
Or it could be something simple like the tyres being inflated wrong.
Look, mate, come back at 12 and I'll check it out for you, all right?
Who's the man today, then, eh?
You really showed us, didn't you?
Nothing like the smell of a summons in the morning.
Time this got sorted once and for all.
How? By dragging us to court for adultery?
What century is this? Are you off your head?
Me? I'm just fine.
Aye, well, I'm no'. And neither's Stella.
You still bothering my wife?
Maybe Stella feels bad because she broke her marriage vows.
Wake up! THIS is vindictive.
You two were dead in the water before anything even happened.
We'd have made it if it wisnae for what you did.
I handed her back on a plate and you still couldnae work things out.
How many second chances do you need?
How was you and her having sex going to fix my marriage?
All right, I get it. So, this isnae your doing, no?
Listen, you can play the innocent victim all you want
but I'm warning you, Bob, this is gonnae get messy.
And you see this?
You can ram it up your arse!
You don't need a court case to show who the loser is here.
Just look in the mirror, wee man.
I told Bob where to shove his writ.
Take it he said "no"?
How can he have the brass neck to tell a lawyer it was our fault?
Do you know what I mean? What planet is he on?
He must know we'll no' go along with it.
What's the matter?
..I don't like how he's going about it either but...
at least he's doing something.
What do you mean?
Look, maybe we should just leave it as is.
I'm sick of this whole thing, man.
I just want it over and done with
so I can get on with the rest of my life.
-What? You don't care about the truth, no?
-That's no' fair.
How come I'm the one who's got to be fair?
I'm no' doing it, he can chase himself.
Well, what right have we got to tell him how to do it?
I was married, Stevie.
It's in the rules.
We did commit adultery.
Can I join you?
How's the packing going?
Yeah, getting there.
Nic, I feel so guilty about leaving you.
There's no need.
Well, I do. This is a frightening time.
I'm not frightened.
Sorry - challenging, then.
Anyway, I should be here for you.
And I WILL be. I mean, you know I'll be back.
Every day something new and freaky's happening.
You're doing really well.
I know. Go me(!)
You know, if I thought I could get well here, I wouldn't be going.
I know that too. You've said it a million times.
I'd better finish packing. Can I get you anything? Cup of tea?
Can't face tea just now.
Course. Forgot. I'll see you in a bit.
Hi. Thanks for meeting me.
I wanted to see you to wish you luck anyway.
Be proud of yourself.
Takes guts to change,
and hard work.
I don't feel particularly proud of myself right now.
Well, you should.
Actually, Tattie, I've got a massive favour to ask you.
-And I don't know how you're going to feel about this.
While I'm away, could you keep an eye on Nicole for me?
Nothing heavy, just... look out for her - that's all.
I know, I know, I've got a nerve,
after what she did to Christina.
It was a difficult time.
I'm just really worried about her.
I feel terrible leaving her here on her own.
To be honest, I didn't know who else to ask.
Seems like everybody leaves Nicole.
Nicole's life is here.
You know how scary pregnancy can be.
Of course I know.
But you have to think about yourself right now.
But we're supposed to be a family.
Hey, you ARE a family. That won't change, wherever you are.
And of course I'll look out for her.
I would have done anyway.
Thank you so much.
Now, you go home to your parents,
and get well.
Wish I'd been there to see you.
She would say that.
You never did! You're some girl!
I'd better go. ..Yeah, you too. Talk soon. Bye. Bye.
I, um, just came back to get these.
All right, doll? Cheers.
Oh, look like you've seen a ghost. Or was it a Sheriff's Officer?
-You put Bob up to this.
-Oh, you reckon?
You lot love a stunt, don't you? See if this goes to court,
you'll be up there in the gallery with your knitting - a rare day out.
Aye, well, it's about time you got what's coming to you.
How? By putting Stella through misery
so your wee bubba can come up smelling of roses?!
-My wee bubba's his own man!
-Aye, that'll be right(!)
We just want it done right, so the truth comes out.
You want the truth?!
You'll be on thin ice if you go on Bob's version.
Did you think you and Stella were going to get off scot-free
after everything yous have done?
Dream on, sunshine. What goes around comes around.
All I'm saying is a lot more went on than me and Stella,
if you'd let yourself see it.
Keg's needing changed.
Not by me, it's no'.
Normally, I'd advise against...
alcoholics leaving the practice area to seek treatment.
You think I should stay put? Tell me, it's fine.
Not at all.
You've been through enough trauma in the last couple of months
to last most people a lifetime.
In your case, I think it might be just the thing.
I should stay, though, let's be honest.
Suddenly seems like the most selfish thing I could be doing.
It's not selfish.
It's what's right for you at this point, and that's important.
You'll be away from day-to-day stresses and triggers.
You'll be able to focus on what you need to do.
I think it's well worth a shot.
Nicole needs me. Tattie's going to help, but...
Nicole is fine. It's YOU that's got the problems right now.
Don't forget that.
She's just a kid.
Yes. A strong, tough kid.
Don't sugar-coat Nicole just to beat yourself up.
Sure, she'll need support, and she'll get it.
She has a home, a job, college,
friends and first-rate medical care.
And, Leyla, you're no use to her in pieces.
Your recovery is going to take some time, and it's not going to be easy.
I didn't expect my life to turn out this way.
The best-laid plans, and all that.
You can do this.
He'll not let me lift a finger.
-I thought you'd be going out for lunch.
-So did I.
But Greg had other ideas.
(He can cook!)
Lebanese! Yep, Greg's broadening my horizons.
And my waistline!
Your waistline's perfect.
Away you go!
Would you care for a glass?
No, no, no, thanks. I'll get something downstairs.
-Got a lot on this afternoon.
-Are you sure?
Yeah, I'll leave you to it.
See you later.
Can't wait to see you too.
So Uncle Ali's going to pick us up from the airport.
-Oh, great! He doesn't mind?
-No, he said it's fine.
He might be a bit late
-cos the airport's the other side of Cambridge from them.
Whoa, there's a leisure centre right next to the house!
It's got a climbing wall.
You'll not want to come back.
Adeeb, are you sure you're all right with all of this? It's sudden.
It's fine. I just can't wait to see the cousins.
You know I'll miss you.
I don't think your grandparents will forgive me
for not taking you out there with me.
It's fine. We can all talk online. Don't worry.
Right, what's next?
See when you said to get a lawyer,
I thought it was just to sort the flat.
I told you I was cracking on with it.
Right, but there is a simpler way!
We just live apart for a year, sign a few forms, pay a fee,
and that's it over with.
-There's no need for all of this.
-Aye, there is!
You committed adultery.
-Am I meant to just ignore that?
-Right, but you don't have to...
See when I was in Spain, and I was starting to feel better,
there was this lassie.
She was out there for about a year, working in a hotel.
We got on great. Really great.
But I never got close to sleeping with her.
There was no big light-bulb moment - just a line that I'd never cross.
Because I promised I wouldnae when we got married.
Right, OK. So we both looked at other people.
There's a big difference. All I did was look.
Oh, my God, man, do you no' see it?!
We thought we were OK, but we obviously weren't.
Something wasn't right from the start, deep down.
That's no' true.
It was a weird time when we got together.
All that sneaking about, trying not to hurt Deek,
not even telling your ma that we got married.
Sometimes, it felt like you were just rescuing me.
-Is it? Then all that IVF carry on...
You wanted a family just as much as I did.
Uh-huh, but I always said I was OK with adoption!
It was YOU! You've always got some project on the go,
always pushing on for some perfect family dream
that we never even got close to.
You were never happy just being with me.
I forgot what that is.
Look, Bob, I understand that you weren't well,
and that's not your fault.
But loads of couples pull through stuff like this together.
Why'd you turn on me?
-You don't know what it was like.
-Aye, and whose fault's that?
See the stuff that I had to put up wi'!
There's plenty of times that I could've divorced you -
Gonnae stop twisting this around?
The bottom line is, you broke your wedding vows, not me.
So, you're honestly going to walk away from this marriage
and not accept your part of the blame?
You don't like how I'm doing it? Tough.
Tell your boyfriend to man up and accept his part in this,
or he's going to need a new suit for his big court appearance, all right?
-DOOR CLOSES All right?
-I'm sick of being the bad guy.
-Stevie? You're not divorcing Stevie.
They both had a go at me for citing them for adultery.
-Aye! It's no' fair - it's not like I'm enjoying this.
Oh, are you sure about that?!
-Whose side are you on?
-It's no' about sides!
You're my brother. Stella's my pal.
I know she shouldn't have cheated on you,
but you've not exactly made life easy for her in the past.
I cannae believe you just said that.
-You know what it was like.
-Aye, I do!
Well, show a bit of support, then, eh?
Right, fine, OK. I love you. You're my brother, but you're an idiot.
You should look to the future instead of trying to get revenge.
You don't get it. They made a fool of me.
They were at it right here, under everybody's nose.
We were all mates and they betrayed me.
And do you know what? That hurts just as much as anything.
Real mates don't do that.
Oh, REAL mates? Well, what would Deek say?
He would be spinning in his grave at you sticking the knife in like this.
Stella was his pal as well.
That's no' true. He would be right beside me.
He'd no time for liars and cheaters.
Punishing Stella and Stevie isn't going to mend your heart.
-Bob, this isn't you.
-Aye, well, it is now.
I spoke to Bob.
But he says no. He's determined.
-Couldn't have been an easy conversation.
-None of it's been easy.
Anyway, you tried, I tried...
We'll just need to get on with it.
Look at it like the last thing you need to do to be shot of us.
I don't want shot of you.
Gonnae not make this harder than it already is?
Just gonnae do it? Please?
Come here. Sit down.
What are you going to do once this is all over?
Put it this way, me and Bob won't be sharing a pint any time soon.
-Or ever again, for that matter.
-Where are you going with this?
I was hoping you would know the answer to that.
I told Bob, no way I'm going to co-operate.
I mean, I would if...
Right.... I've been wanting to talk to you about this for ages.
Me and you.
ARCADE GAMES BEEP
I wish you weren't going.
I just... I need to get back to basics,
try and work out where things started to go wrong,
and build from there, you know?
-Or maybe I just need my mum and dad.
And I know there's no "us" any more...
Just the thought of you not being here... Hard to take, that's all.
I'm all over the place, Gabriel.
Pregnant stepdaughter. Dead husband.
Let's be honest, you know you're part of the problem.
We caused so much harm falling in love...
I'm constantly surrounded by reminders of that.
It's probably completely selfish, but I've started to realise
I can't heal myself if I'm running into you every day.
I need to get away.
I'll miss you.
-I'll miss you too.
-You're no' making any sense.
-Right, just... Right, hold on.
You had to give your marriage a second chance, right?
I never wanted to lose you.
I told you I didn't love you but I did.
I never stopped.
I thought if you got back with Bob and it didn't work out,
then you would be free once and for all,
to be with me.
-That's why I told you to go.
-Are you serious?!
-I was trying to do the right thing.
I know it's stupid. We should've just come out in the open,
and told everybody we were together.
I made the wrong choice. And since, it's just been killing me.
-It's been killing YOU, has it?!
Did you no' stop to think how I felt?
-felt, how I felt having to go back
to a miserable so-called marriage that I'd only just escaped?
No, course not! You were too busy running in the opposite direction.
And now you're saying that you love me?!
You told me that it was just sex for you.
You told me that I was a cheater and you didn't trust a word I said.
Call that love?!
None of that was true!
Right, so what parts am I supposed to believe, then, Stevie?
Do you want to give me a list?
I used to think that you were the only one that was on my side.
Whatever Bob did, or whatever Scarlett or Molly
or any of them said, I could cope because I had you.
Then you just dumped me.
But I AM on your side. Stella, I love you.
If you loved me, then you wouldn't have lied to me about how you felt.
You couldn't have treated me like you did.
So now it's my turn to not trust a word YOU say.
How do I know you're not lying to me now?
I'll never be sure, though, will I?
Stay away from me, Stevie. I cannae be doing with the hassle.
Someone's having a bad day. Look, just wanted to let you know,
I'm off through to Edinburgh tonight for an old gits' reunion.
You're welcome to join us, by the way.
Might get you out of this dwam you're in.
OK, I get it.
You'll never be THAT desperate. What's up?
Is it Stella?
I did warn you that it wasn't a great idea to get involved
with a married woman. Looks like you learned the hard way.
"Told you so" would've been a lot quicker for you.
Hey, I'm on your side.
I tried to do the right thing, but I went about it all wrong.
So your intentions were good.
That'll be a comfort to me in my old age, won't it(?)
Actually, mate, it just might well be.
You're not the first guy to mess up a relationship.
She's called me a liar.
But it was only one thing against everything else we'd been through.
We could have worked through it.
Way I see it, there's no "we" when it comes to stuff like that.
See, when the truth goes, the trust goes right along with it.
And there's nothing you can do to change that.
I take it you tried to explain?
She doesn't want to see me again.
I'm sorry, pal. I wish I could come up with a better answer.
Look, you change your mind about Edinburgh, let me know, eh?
I will do. Cheers, Raymond.
Can you no' take the hint, man?
I've just seen Bob. I know things are kicking off today.
I just wanted to see how you're doing.
I've had better days.
Is that it there?
So, are you going to stay on here?
-Do you think you'll be able to pay the rent on your own?
This was a proper home - for a while anyway.
Should've known not to get used to the feeling.
Never lasts wi' me.
Bob's hurting too. I don't know if that's any consolation.
Course it's not.
I know what it's like. You can't just switch off your feelings.
But I know you really loved each other once.
He knows you're hurting too.
I wish this had never happened.
-It's not that.
Kelly Marie...I'd be lying
if I said to you that it was Bob that was making me feel like this.
If you're saying what I think you're saying, then I'd best be going.
-You make sure you don't miss any of those check-ups.
No ladders, or standing on chairs, heavy lifting...
-OK, I've got you.
-And keep taking those vitamins.
Sorry. I know I'm overdoing it. You'll understand when you're a mum.
The racket round that table when we'd all got on our high horse
about one thing or another.
You know, me and Conor used to bet on who'd be the first
to get sent to our room.
I actually quite liked it when it was me.
Dad would come up later on.
That's when we had some of our best talks.
Anyway, taxi'll be here soon.
You take good care of yourself.
And get lots of sleep.
Stop fussing. I'll be fine.
But you'll be back for the baby, though?
I need you to be. Promise.
Course I will.
It's the best possible incentive to sort myself out.
Right, well, see you soon, then.
Say hi to them from me.
What if this doesn't work?
Then you come home.
You're scaring the punters wi' that face!
Have you no' got a home to go to? Oh, that's right, you've no'.
-Hiya. I'll get them.
-Can I get three ciders, please?
You were in a hurry today.
Oh, aye, sorry about that.
Forgiven if you buy me a drink.
You're getting one.
How about I get you one - cheer you up?
I wouldn't waste your money, hen. Or your time.
He'll have the same again.
I'm going to go and sit over there.
Right. Tell me all about it.
Oh, hello! Excuse me.
Hiya. Can I call you back later?
It must've been someone else.
OK, if you say so!
No, no, no, I'm fine. I'm fine.
I'll call you back. Bye.
I didn't mean to.
I must've pressed "call" when I was clearing up your mess.
-Sure you did.
-So what about an explanation?
Gina doesn't know you have a daughter.
So, how many kids do you have?
What is this?
What else are you keeping from my sister?
You tell someone about your family first!
Where was I when that rule was handed out?
Is there anything else I should know about?
I suppose I should be flattered you took such a close interest.
Don't be. It's because you were so shifty earlier on.
What was I supposed to think, you cosying up on Gina's sofa
talking on the phone with another woman?!
OK, I see where you're coming from. I'm sorry.
Gina and I are just getting to know one another.
-I will tell her about Imogen. Just not yet.
I've got reasons.
Eileen, I hear what you're saying, but can we leave it at that for now?
So it's a stop-gap, really. I'm off to China next year.
No. I'm teaching myself Mandarin and everything,
when I'm not working or talking to guys in pubs.
Just be for a year, then it'll be uni after that.
There's so much I want to do!
That sounds amazing.
Do you ever get any hassle off folk when you're signing them up?
What, guys crashing into me, that sort of thing?
Nah. Most people are great.
It's a good job if you like people, which I do.
What's up with her?
Let's just say it's complicated.
Usually is. Tell me about it.
I might be able to help.
Nah, trust me, pal, I don't think you could.
Her son is my pal, he's getting divorced.
That's a shame. But what's it got to do with you?
The divorce is a big deal.
The whole, "marriage is sacred" thing,
it's important to that family.
Look at that.
Adultery? It's not the Dark Ages.
-Surely marriage is only sacred if it's working?
Sounds like your pal needs a reality check.
Surely if his wife was happy, she'd never have got off with you.
Aye, well, like I said, it's complicated.
Where's your pals?
No idea. Why don't we go on somewhere?
Nah, you're all right. Thanks anyway.
Come on, it might be fun, you never know.
To be honest, I just don't think I'll be very good company.
Why don't you let me be the judge of that?
You've had a rubbish day, my friends have abandoned me,
and I'd like one more drink somewhere with a nicer atmosphere.
About time. Away and save the world somewhere else, Mother Teresa.
A nicer atmosphere, you say?
I'll just get my jacket.
-Where do you want to go?
-Wherever you like.
CONVERSATION DROWNED OUT BY BACKGROUND MUSIC
What's your favourite cocktail? Maybe I could make you it.
-French Martini? I used to work in a cocktail bar, man.
Nae bother. Easy.
We're going out for a nightcap.
I've got my day all back-to-front.
I know, I'm a trollop.
Did I say that? I did not say that.
-Do I have to?
-Greg's taking me to Nice!
-Nice! He never is.
A mini-break! Just surprised me with it there just now!
He's just full of surprises.
Right, what is it?
-Jealousy's an ugly trait, you know.
-I'm not jealous!
What is it, then? I thought you'd be happy for me.
Do you not think it's a wee bit early days for going on mini-breaks?
You're running before you can walk. You always have.
Slow down, get to know him a bit better.
Why the concern all of a sudden?
Am I not allowed to care about my sister?
Look, here's the thing.
I'm having the time of my life,
and now I'm going off to Nice.
I don't see a problem with that. Do you?
Where would I be without you, eh?
Och, Eileen, this is the best bit - gradually getting to know someone.
I mean, if Greg knew everything about me
he'd probably just run a mile!
Or he might not.
That's a belter, man. Did you see the guy's face, an' all?
He was like that.
It said if I could find it, I could have any donation I liked...
You cannae blame the guy! I'd have done the same thing.
That's excellent - my wee plant.
Just get my keys. That's the wrong one!
That's the right one.
Trust me. I'm a chugger.
It's been good tonight, man.
Thank you for bullying me out on the town.
-Thanks again for that.
-Flatmate lost his keys?
Don't fling me out, even though I deserve it.
Just hear me out, OK?
-It's no' a good time.
-You're fine. Listen. Just...
I'm feart I'm gonnae sound like a pure idiot here.
Right, OK, here goes.
I get it now -
what you said.
I love you too.
-D'you want to hold on?!
-Just forget it! Forget everything!
I'm sorry, that shouldnae have happened.
You don't waste any time, do you?
It was a mistake.
How? You're a free agent, aren't you?
I just went out, I got drunk - and then... I dunno.
What, it was just sex, was it?
Kind of like you an' me?
What are you talking about?! Stella, I love you.
I don't think so.
Anyway, you need to go, and get back to your company.
This never happened.
-You don't need to go.
-I think I do.
-I'm sorry about that.
-Happens all the time.
No, it doesn't, but...
I take it that was the daughter-in-law?
-Well, can I get you a taxi or what?
Hello, my name's Steven Burns.
I got one of those summon things.
No, I don't want to defend it or nothing. It's all fair enough.
I just want it dealt with, know what I mean?
Fine, aye, I'll do that. Bye.
-Has anyone seen Petey?
-He's not in his room.
Apparently he's not been taking his medication.
-He's supposed to be giving evidence tomorrow.
You said you'd deal with these. We never got a delivery yesterday
because you haven't paid the last bill.
When I saw you the last time,
I told you the truth. Well, I've remembered more.
I call Crown witness Peter David Roberts.
Which version would you like us to believe?
Is it the one in which you admit to killing your own mother,
or is it the one where you say it was a tragic accident,
or is it the one that you've testified to in court today?
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