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I want a weekend away with my beautiful girlfriend.
I know, it's just,
I really don't want anybody putting two and two together.
Gareth Liam O'Connor. Date of birth 20/10/94.
Just about to turn 19.
Gareth was working for the police. He was a...a grass.
Are you sure about that?
Why do you think he's dead?
Kennedy obviously found out.
Yous are at it again, aren't yous?
Have you no' done enough damage?
Scarlett, I'm no' doing anything wrong.
Try telling that to my son.
Keep away from that baby, you hear me?!
And stay away from my family, do you understand?
There's nothing more you could have done.
None of this is your fault. It can be fixed.
Alls I want to do is get on with the rest of my life.
If I know Bob, that's what he wants an' all.
What the hell was that supposed to be?
It's a rock classic.
Aye, right, I wasn't born for another ten year.
Neither was I.
Come on, you love it. You know all the words.
I've never heard that before in my life.
# Darling, you've got to let me know... #
# Should I stay or should I go?
# And if you say that you are mine
# I'll be here till the end of time
HE IMITATES GUITAR RIFF
# So you've got to let me know
HE IMITATES GUITAR RIFF
BOTH: # Should I stay or should I go? #
MUSIC: "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" by The Clash
I think you should stay.
And I thought that maybe you could bring your stuff o'er here an' all.
How much stuff? I don't know, everything.
I love you.
I love you.
MUSIC: "I'm Into Something Good" by Herman's Hermits
# Woke up this morning feeling fine
# Had something special on my mind
# Last night I met a new girl... #
All right, big yin?
# Something tells me I'm into something good... #
No, leave it to me, I'll tell her.
Oh, hiya. Hi, Stella.
Mind if I come in for a minute?
How? What's wrong?
Can we talk inside?
Oh, my God. Is it Mark?
Do you want to see him?
Is that all right?
So he is on the streets again?
He missed this morning's methadone because he was locked up in here.
Sorry, I shouldn't have brought you. I thought you'd want to see him.
Don't be daft, I want to know. He's my brother.
I need to know how he's doing.
Well, he's on our radar now.
What are you doing here?
We couldn't get hold of your mother.
I thought your sister should know. But I'm not a kid.
I can take care of myself, all right?
How are you?
All right, Mark, you're being released on a caution, OK?
Good. I'm out of here.
I'll take you down to the desk and you can collect your stuff.
They should never have bothered you.
Hey. I don't want to see you here again.
So where are you going to go?
I've been going to a crisis centre down Pollston Road.
They're helping me apply for bedsits.
I was going to go and see if my name's come up yet.
Can you not phone them?
I can't. I've no credit on my phone.
Right, well...here, use mine.
Then we can go for something to eat.
No, you're all right. I'm doing fine, honestly.
And I'll be even better once I get my own place.
So you don't need to bother.
I know I don't.
I just want to take you for something to eat.
OK. That would be really nice.
So he's turned up again?
Aye, sort of.
And are you OK with that?
So what? Did you forget your wallet?
Aye, very funny.
No, it's not.
I've been there.
Look, once I get my own place I'll be sorted.
Why did you put Ma down as next of kin anyway?
What was the point in that?
Cos she is. They don't need to know that she couldn't care,
they just need a name for their form.
Why did Will Cooper tell you anyway?
I mean, is there not some law that cops can't pass on your information?
He's a pal, and I'm glad he did tell me, otherwise I wouldn't have known.
That I'd screwed up again?
That you were on the streets.
As if Ma was going to help.
This is great.
First hot food you've had in a couple of days?
Look, I'm no' being cheeky, but see while you're here,
do you want a bath?
Where do you think I'd get that kind of money?
I'll pay it all back!
How? Are you printing it round the back?
Why are you not down at the Social asking for money?
I mean, you're a single mother again!
Cos they need to know why I lost my job!
It comes to something when you're branded a thief by Lenny Murdoch.
Aw, sorry, hen, I really am, but I've no' got any spare this week.
If I don't pay it, they're gonnae put in one of them card meters.
Then Electric are gonnae tell Raymond
and Jimmy's gonnae go aff his head.
Have you no' got something you can sell?
What about your wedding ring?
I mean, you've nae use for it now, have you?
Oh, aye, thanks, cheer me up, why don't you?
Is this any better?
The smell of the street kind of tires after a while, doesn't it?
Look, I'm really glad you came down to the station.
Because I've not heard from you for weeks.
I didn't think I'd be welcome after what I did.
I was off my skull at the hospital...
No, you weren't. You knew exactly what you were saying.
Aye, and I remember what you said as well.
So I didn't exactly think I'd be welcome for tea and biscuits.
I know why you walked out, and you were dead right.
Stella, I'm really sorry.
Right. What bit are you sorry for?
Cos there's hunners to choose fae.
All of it, obviously, but...
..mostly for taking Gran's ring.
I got it back.
It doesn't matter.
How long have you actually been on the street for?
Not long. A week and a bit.
There must have been somewhere you could've went.
Well, there was, but... But what?
I'm trying to stay off the smack, ain't I?
So I cannae be anywhere near it.
There's certain places I need to keep away from.
But I'll find somewhere.
I've just got to bide my time.
Are you using?
No, I'm clean.
34 days now.
The last time I had any smack was that day I ended up at the hospital.
Have you switched it on?
Maybe the new fuse is faulty, eh?
Och, Dad, that's the third one we've tried.
I'm sorry, your telly's bust.
You're going to have to get a new one.
We could have worked that out for ourselves.
I just thought Gina might be able to see the problem.
Hey, there's a sale on...
Giving them away for free, are they?
It's no' the end of the world, Liz.
We can get through that stack of books
that's been at the end of the bed for weeks.
I could get Murray to come over...
It's broken, isn't it?
Or maybe you're expecting Murray could come over of an evening
and entertain us with thrilling tales of his fishing trips?
Sadie. Sadie has a spare television in her guest room.
I'll call her and ask if we can borrow it.
Look, Liz, I'm sorry.
And there's something your dad and I can do.
We can sit down and count how many times you've said sorry
for giving all our money away!
Oh, come on, Liz. We agreed to drop the matter!
What's the point in harping on about it?
..percent of the population are involved in the military.
That figure is actually going to rise...
What's that? Did you find it down the back of the sofa?
No, Daddy gave me it as pocket money.
Aw, that's great! What you going to buy with it?
It's for you, for the leccy.
Aw, darling, that's...
That's awfully good of you.
But you know what?
I've got it sorted, so I'll no' need it any more.
You are the best wee lassie any mammy could ever have,
you know that?
Honey, I'm home!
I hope you're ready for a bit of Stevie action.
No, no, that's fine.
Who's on the phone?
Right, OK, I'll see you next Wednesday then, all right?
Right, bye. Stevie, stop it!
All right, mate?
He's looking good, isn't he?
He had to leave the hostel after three weeks
cos it was emergency accommodation only.
Stevie's staying here now.
Right, I'll make us all something to eat.
Actually, I'm gonnae head.
How? Where are you going?
Just check out the Health Centre.
See if they have a list of hostels.
Better get there before the places go, eh?
Right, well, leave that here, you can pick it up later on.
Then that way you can tell me how it went.
Are you sure? Aye.
I'll see you later on. OK, great. Bye. Bye.
All right, Mark? Can't really talk, mate.
I'm sorry. They never changed their clothes. I gave them some of yours.
He's been clean for over four weeks.
And he's on the methadone programme.
He'll need all the help he can get. It's not easy.
I was thinking that maybe he could stay with us
until he finds somewhere.
It'd just be for a few days.
It's your flat, though. Aye, but it's going to be yours and all.
Mark wasn't part of the deal this morning.
Do you not think it's a bit early to make a big decision like that?
Go down and register as soon as possible.
They have only a few beds, but it's a good place.
Strict, though. No alcohol, no... No, it's fine.
I don't mind.
You just need a roof over your head.
You are registered for your methadone programme?
Aye. Down at the Crisis Centre.
Well, if it's more convenient to register here,
there's no problem.
Maybe once I'm settled, eh?
OK. We're here to support you.
Aye. Get them all in here. Have a party(!)
All I'm saying is, you've heard nothing from him in a month.
But I walked away from him at the hospital.
Course he wasn't going to stay in touch.
What's he been doing since then? He swears he's off the smack.
They give him methadone at the police station.
He wouldn't have took that if he was using.
So he never just showed up at the door, then?
He was in the cells.
For stealing a loaf of bread and a tin of soup.
Aye, I know it's not exactly Crimewatch material
but it's no good.
He's saying he wants to get his life on track
and that he hasn't used any gear since he was in hospital.
And you believe him?
I don't know.
He seems different.
The last time, I was just so happy to see my wee brother
I wasn't thinking straight.
I know he's no angel.
All I want to do is help him.
We can both help him.
Maybe find a place or, I don't know, maybe even a wee job.
But he's got to learn to stand on his own two feet.
I know and he's no' denying the mess he's in.
Nor all that before. That's great. Really.
But if he moves in here,
it's going to be harder for him to move back out.
I know what you're like. You won't be able to help yourself.
You'll be feeding him, you'll be doing his washing...
I rest my case.
I don't want him using you.
He didn't even give the police my name.
He gave my ma's.
What for? Exactly.
Just think this through, eh?
What's best for...both of yous.
TV: 'It's an exciting thing, this whole fashion process, isn't it?
'Yeah. I can't wait to get stuck in.'
Are you eating the last of the bacon?
That's Madonna's dinner.
I had two bits of bacon left for the wean's tea and now you're eating it!
I didn't know. You should have asked.
You should tell me.
Madonna will just have to have beans on toast now.
You know what? I'm sick of you two sponging off me.
You can stick your hands in your pockets.
You can get me 62 quid by Thursday.
And you. You can doll yourself up in the salon.
Stop using my electric. Wait. 62 quid? Aye, that will be right.
We've been paying extra for weeks.
This is two months overdue. What?
Ma, how've you not told me about this before?
I'm trying to get it sorted but there's been no money coming in.
And now they're going to put in one of those card meters...
And charge us twice as much for the leccy? Are you off your head?
All right. Here.
I'll give you half.
You can find the other half.
Ma, you need to tell us if you're not coping.
Don't wait until they come to cut us off.
I am coping! Here's an idea. Why don't you get off your bahookie
and go and find a job?
I'm looking. But I was done for stealing,
which I didn't do, by the way.
Folk out there aren't going to take Lenny's word over yours.
You should be out there knocking on folk's doors.
Let's see that.
How are you going to get it home?
Sadie's going to organise a lift for me.
You'll need help getting it to the car.
Maybe her son will bring it over.
Hey, did Sadie say what size the screen is?
No. And I didn't ask.
But if it's a wee telly, I mean, I'll not know which team is which
when the football is on.
I'll come with you. You'll do nothing of the sort!
The woman is doing us a favour.
I'm not for you telling her her set's not big enough!
DOOR CREAKS OPEN
TV: 'The principal lecturer there...'
I'm off out.
You're going to have to pick up Madonna from school.
A please would be nice(!)
TV: 'Tell us about your activities...'
All right? How'd it go? Good. I got a form to use the food bank
and two agencies to apply for bedsits. That's good.
I tried a couple of shelters but the places had been filled, so...
Erm... I hate to ask this, but is there any chance I can stay tonight?
I really don't think it's a good idea.
It'd just be for tonight.
But then it'll be even harder for you to leave tomorrow.
But I might have found somewhere by tomorrow. Even if I've not,
I'll move on anyway.
If you've got nowhere else to sleep,
they'll keep you on the priority list.
Like I said, it's just for tonight.
Me and Stevie... Don't bother yourselves.
I know the drill. Boyfriend first, family last.
Mum taught you well. Have a nice life.
STEVIE: You did the right thing.
STELLA: Well, if I did the right thing, why do I feel like this?
Stella, Mark knows how to play you.
He knows your weak spots and that's what he'll use.
I used to do the exact same thing with my ma and da.
I did, I put them through hell.
Aye, but you and Mark aren't the same person. I'm not saying that.
I know how his mind works.
He needs to grow up and sort his life out.
This isn't your fault.
Listen, I better get back.
Are you all right?
Sorry, that's a daft question.
I need to go out. What?
I need to make sure he's all right.
You don't even know where he went. He'll be fine.
I know, but...
He never wanted to get in touch with you in the first place.
It's tough for him but it's even tougher for you.
What if something's happened to him?
You can't watch him every minute of every day.
You should probably go, you need to get in before Lenny turns up.
Are you sure you're going to be all right? Aye.
# Early this morning
# When you knocked upon my door
# Early this morning
# When you knocked upon my door
# I say, hello, Satan
# I believe it's time to go
# Me and the devil
# Walking side by side... #
What are you doing here?
Hey, you hear me?
DISTORTED MUSIC PLAYS
I need you to let me know that you're all right.
You know where I am.
Look, Mark, I'm really sorry, OK?
Just phone me back.
The ambulance will be here soon.
Malcolm? Sadie's boy's going to bring it round on Thursday...
POLICE RADIO: '19, dark hair, about 5'10"...'
Any spare change, please?
Hi, darling. Any spare change?
Can you give me a minute?
What did I say to you this morning?
I don't want to see you in here again.
Are you trying to get yourself locked up?
Come on, Mark. I'm intrigued.
Seven hours ago we released you.
Are you trying to break some sort of record?
I saw the door was open,
so I went in to make sure everything was OK.
You went in to see if everything was OK
and ended up hitting a 78-year-old man over the head?
I didn't hit anybody.
So how come his wife found him unconscious, you standing over him?
He fell, I was helping him. Oh, dear.
I swear to God, I never touched him. Don't push me, Mark, all right?
Cos I'm not in the mood.
You setting me up, aye?
Oh, for God's sake.
I don't believe this, man.
Look, when the old guy wakes up, he'll remember that when I came in
he was moving the telly, he fell and hit his head off the fireplace.
Really? I called an ambulance, check that.
I want a phone call.
You'll get your phone call later. MARK SIGHS
But in the meantime...
Well, that's great, eh?
Mm? Oh, yes, yes.
A relief to know that he's already behind bars.
Thank you very much.
Right, I'll get you out. Bye, then.
Liz, I... I don't think I can take much more.
I just don't understand how he got in.
Yeah, well, he didn't get far, eh?
What is this world coming to?
You'd think you'd be safe enough in your own home.
He said there wasn't any sign of forced entry.
Dad...you didnae let him in, did you?
Why would I?
Did Gabriel ever get that door fixed?
How many times have I told you? You have to pull it behind you
when you come in.
Are you saying it's my fault for leaving the door open?
Folk round here never used to have to lock their doors.
Of course not.
I...I'm just relieved you're OK.
Well, I'm not OK.
I've worked hard all my life and never asked anybody for anything,
now the world and its mother's thieving from me.
Don't upset yourself, Malcolm.
You brought that thief Greg into our home and he took every last penny.
And some wee ned wanders in off the street and takes whatever's left.
Please, please, Malcolm.
Dad, I know that you... No, you don't.
You're young enough to make it right.
Liz and I don't have that luxury. This is us for the rest of our life.
Can't afford a telly, can't even afford to get our door fixed!
You have got no idea.
I'm gonnae get you a telly!
And I'll get the door fixed. Ahh!
Just go, Gina!
MARK: Look, I know I shouldn't have been there in the first place,
but I swear I never touched him.
I just needed to explain. Look, I'd never do anything like that.
I phoned an ambulance, I didn't want him to get hurt.
Look, Stella, I'm really sorry.
I'm really sorry for the way I left this morning,
it was just me mouthing off, as usual.
HE SIGHS Just - look, I'm really sorry.
You all right on your ain for a bit?
Hey... The key works.
Mark's been arrested. What?
At least now you know.
That you did the right hing, showing him the door.
No, I didnae, I didnae do the right thing at all.
What? If I'd have said to him to stay here,
he wouldnae have been out... Course he would have been out there!
Causing havoc, that's what addicts dae.
He's in recovery.
This is the last thing he needs, he's terrified.
They said that he broke in, and something happened, and then...
Hold on, slow down. Start again.
Malcolm got hurt.
He broke into Malcolm's?
You trying to tell me he hurt Malcolm?!
No, he would never dae that!
He said it was an accident. Oh, my God. Don't tell me you believe him!
My wee brother would never hurt anybody.
Of course he would. He's a lying, thieving junkie!
He would do anything.
I'm going to ask them to tell me when he's out on bail,
then he's coming back and he's staying here.
Nah, no danger. You've got to be having a laugh!
No, I'm no'.
Look, you don't know Mark!
You don't know what's best for him...
It's only ever been me and him,
and you have nae idea what that feels like.
Aye, aye. You and him against the world and all that.
Oh, my God, this is ridiculous, man. The one time that I need your help!
Are you seriously asking me to choose between him and you?
I need you to be on my side.
I am on your side! I'm not the bad guy.
And neither's Mark.
You made me push him out of the door when he needed me most.
When I needed your support.
Come on, you cannae be serious. What, I made you do that, aye? Aye.
And I'm no' walking away, no' now.
If he needs my help, then I'm going to be there for him.
Oh, aye, and how'd that work out for you last time?
He nearly died! What, are you saying that was my fault?
Just like Malcolm getting skelped is my fault!
Oh, d'you know what?
Brilliant, so you've made your choice.
You said it, me or Mark.
# Hard times here and everywhere you go
# Times is harder than ever been before... #
Do you want to watch where you're going, auld yin?!
How come you never told me there was a job going down here?
I've just been down the Jobcentre
and I found out there's a job on my doorstep.
How'd you no' say?
I didnae know it had been advertised yet.
Eh, what job?
What do you mean "yet"? Wait, why is there another job?
Because the two of us sit here all day doing nothing?
I was going to tell you but I was... What? You were rushed off your feet?
Here it is.
Working with another part-time assistant?
Am I being made part-time?
You can't just cut my hours! That's outrageous!
According to the boss, it's in your contract.
Nice wee lassie down the Jobcentre helped me print this up.
So, when do I start?
Oh, well, there's to be interviews...
You do the interviews. It's your decision, I checked.
But it's meant to be for a school leaver, it's minimum wage.
That's age discrimination. I checked.
Look, I need to... Let me check something else.
Do I need to tell Ma?
Please...forgive the mess.
You wouldn't believe the day we've had.
Is Malcolm about?
No. He's sleeping.
He's exhausted, with one thing and another.
But he is all right?
You heard, then, about our intruder?
He's, eh...he's a bit shaken.
As am I.
Sit down, dear.
So... So, Gina told you?
I'm really sorry, Liz.
Pardon? What are you sorry for?
Mark's never done anything like this before.
I mean, I know that's nae excuse, but...
Hold on, hold on? Who is Mark?
My wee brother.
Are you telling me that was your brother?
He swears that he never hurt Malcolm.
He said it was an accident... I don't care what he said!
I came through that door to see that creature standing over Malcolm...
Aye, but... Malcolm was unconscious, he was bleeding!
I'm really sorry.
And what about your wee brother? Is he sorry?
Of course he is.
Mark's in a mess, but he's no' a bad boy.
Well, I would never hold you responsible for him,
but he is a nasty piece of work.
I didnae come round here to upset you.
I just wanted to make sure you were both all right...
I'm really sorry.
All right? All right.
What's all this? Trouble in paradise already, eh?
Her wee brother, waste of space, showed up oot the blue.
I thought he was gone for good. How's Stella with that?
She's off her heid.
She's blaming herself for the mess he's made of his ain life.
It's the same old story, man.
And now Stella wants him to snuggle up in the flat
so she can look after him.
A wee bit of love and attention and he'll be off the smack
and we'll all live happy ever after? Load o' mince.
Stella must be in bits. It cannae be easy for her.
I know that.
See, I can remember when it was you making the mess
and everyone else was clearing up.
You cannae blame the girl for wanting to help her brother.
I don't. But Raymond, she's not listening to any sense.
She's not listening to you, you mean?
Well, I know what I'm talking about.
Mark's just gonnae let her doon.
He won't be able to help himself. Lying, thieving...
And he's been in the cells already, two nights in a row.
Yeah. I remember the pattern.
How many goes did it take you to get it right?
More than one, I seem to remember. Aye, I'm sorry...
And maybe one day he'll be sorry an' all.
I'm no' saying he won't. This is like deja vu for me.
I've had this conversation before.
Except it wasn't you sat there, it was Eileen,
and it wasn't Stella's brother we were talking about, it was you.
What did Mark do to get the jail, anyway?
It's not my place to say. But...
he crossed a line.
And this has got nothing to do with
you not wanting to live with another recovering smack addict? No.
Stella's going to need help through this mess.
And by the way...
Jimmy's nabbed your bed.
So I'm sorry, son. There's no room at the inn.
Yeah, I've just got it through now. Thanks.
MARK ON RECORDING: 'Look, he's fell back
'and hit his head off the fireplace. He's bleeding and he needs help.'
'They're on the way. Just stay with him.'
'Right, OK, I will.'
MARK ON VOICEMAIL: '..the way I left this morning,
'it was just me mouthing off, as usual.'
'Just - look, I'm really sorry.'
PHONE HANGS UP
'Stella, look. I'm in trouble.
'Whatever you heard, I didn't hit that old guy.
'Look, I know I shouldn't have been there in the first place, but...
'I swear I never hurt him.
'I just need to explain. I'd never do anything like that.
'I phoned an ambulance, I didn't want him to get hurt.
'Look, Stella, I'm really sorry.
'I'm really sorry for the way I left this morning. It was just me
'mouthing off as usual.
'Just - look, I'm really sorry.'
Malcolm! What are you doing?
I'm sorry, pet. I was just...
I was thinking about this afternoon.
I think I did something, and somebody...
I think this afternoon is best forgotten. Now come on back to bed.
Something just doesn't make sense.
Well, if everything in life made sense,
we'd all sleep a lot sounder, eh? Come on.
That's a good one! We're a family business now.
Any chance of a job for me, son?
Looks like you could do with a clean-up. Right.
Well, it's my day off so, Zinnie, you're in charge of Scarlett's induction.
Excuse me? It's all down there,
all you've got to do is not miss out any health and safety stuff.
That is not my job description. Oh, don't tell me, it's in the contract.
Aye, it's in all that wee writing nobody ever reads.
I've got my name badge already!
What is up with your face?
It's been tripping me since I got the job.
Aren't you just the tiniest bit ashamed that you've taken
a job meant specifically for a school leaver? No, I am not.
Specifically, I am a school leaver. It's just been a few years.
What's it got to do with you anyway?
If you're so bothered, why don't you give your job to a school leaver?
After all, the only reason you are here is
because you'll not get off your bahookie and look for a proper job.
This is a proper job!
No, I mean, you're the smart one, so YOU say.
I've yet to see evidence of it myself.
Why are you not out there getting yourself a career?
And why do all these school kids get the jobs? They're young.
As the years pass, so do the chances of getting anything better.
I mean, this will be as good as it gets for Scarlett.
So, where did you get the money for it?
Just a couple of hundred quid, not enough to sort us out
but enough to replace the telly, eh, Dad?
Good news at last, eh? Yes. At last.
Should you not be needing the money for yourself? No, Dad, you're fine.
Did we not talk about this yesterday?
I've been trying to piece it all together. Dad, it doesn't matter.
But...I know something is not right. I just...
I just wish I could remember. I was here...
Morning. Hello. Hi.
Sorry, the door was open.
No, no, we've phoned a joiner to come and fix it. Hi, Liz. Hello.
Malcolm, how are you doing? Better than yesterday, thanks.
Now, I hope that young hoodlum is still locked up.
Stella came round last night to apologise. Stella?
Oh... Has she not told you?
It was her brother.
That's actually the other reason why I'm here.
I need to check a few things with Malcolm, if that's OK?
If you can remember, Malcolm? Well, I have been trying my very best.
Don't upset yourself, Dad. I mean, what else is there to check?
It's perfectly obvious what happened.
Malcolm interrupted a burglary and got hit in the process. No, no, no!
No, listen. No. I...
I was trying to shift the telly to make way for Sadie's
and...then he came in. I got the fright of my life.
I lost my balance and hurt my head. Yes.
And he was talking to me, saying, "Just you lie still.
"The ambulance is coming."
But he was in our house to steal from us.
I don't know what he was doing in here,
but I really don't think he meant you any harm.
Well, he did do us harm, and he should pay for it.
About time somebody did. I mean, he left me lying there,
he could have scarpered but he didn't. And I'm grateful for it.
Excuse me, you're meant to call me if you're taking a card payment.
You're not authorised. I know how to process a card. Thank you.
That is not the point, I'm meant to be inducting you. I'm in charge.
You've been skiving in the back for the last hour.
I have not, I have been busy... Oh, my God. It IS you.
We were at school together, although I was a couple of years ahead,
but Zinnie here was always hanging out with the seniors, weren't you?
Yeah. Pippa Valentine.
Well, what have you been doing?
I heard you took a gap year, went travelling?
Oh, aye, you name it, she's been there - Shieldinch, Partick,
Maryhill. Even got as far as Pollockshields once!
Well, this is the last place on earth I would imagine finding you.
Oh, but it is just temporary.
I just came in to help out a friend and then just got sucked in,
recruitment, like, staff training.
Good. But you are still going to uni, aren't you? Oh, yeah,
I'm just considering my options.
What was it you wanted to do again? Medicine?
Yes. Well, that's me done,
my four years' long slog
and I'm making some serious money at long last.
We need to take this further.
You need to get ahead of the crowd.
That is still the Zinnie Hassoun way, is it? Of course.
OK. Dinner soon.
The girls are going to be amazed I found you. We thought you were dead.
No! I was just in Shieldinch.
'To delete all messages, press the same key again.'
You know, somewhere inside Mark,
there's a decent lad trying to get out.
But that's not going to happen if he ends up in jail. True.
One more step out of line, he is looking at a substantial sentence.
Stella...I don't mean to put all the pressure on you, but...
There's nobody else.
Right, Mark. Sign that.
You need to get to the sheriff court today to pay your fine, OK?
This is your last chance, Mark, do you understand? Fine.
Stella, I am really sorry. I just... Never meant it?
That will be on your gravestone. But it is true.
I couldn't take it if you thought I'd do anything like that.
Hurt somebody. Honestly, I wouldn't, I swear.
Look, I really appreciate you coming down here.
I know I don't deserve it but, Stella, I promise...
Don't make promises you can't keep.
But I need to. Whatever. Come on.
You can stay with me until you find a place of your own
but that is only if you actually look for somewhere.
Find yourself a job and stay out of trouble, all right?
You say you want to change, but... Stella, I do want to change.
Then show me. I don't want to hear it, I want to see it.
Otherwise we're done.
Well, you know where your room is.
I really appreciate this.
I know I'm, like, the last thing you need in your life right now.
You're my brother. And I couldn't walk away from you even if I tried.
But it does hurt. So just...
don't make me regret it, OK?
How's Malcolm doing? He's good, darling. Thanks for asking.
Silly old galoot trying to move furniture at his age.
Did Stella's wee brother not hit him? No.
No, he let himself in, but...
Apparently my dad had slipped but it was Mark that phoned the ambulance.
I'll see you later, Gina. All right.
So he knows he's on his last warning with the police and with me. Right.
Well, you didn't run. You stayed and helped a scared, hurt old man.
And it's official now, what is it, 35 days clean?
Well done, wee man.
Well, I want Stella to be proud of me.
Not ashamed. And, look,
I will never forget that you're always there for me. Cheers, Stel.
Give me a hug.
Right, come on you. We need to get into work.
Scarlett needed a job. She's family, so you found her one.
That's not fair. What's not fair is you cutting my hours and putting me
down as part-time to save money on my benefits.
Firstly, I don't do business on sob stories.
Secondly, I don't deal in promises,
so 30,000 in my hand and the place is all yours.
Is this a brothel? No! It's an escort agency.
It's me. I have a date for you this evening if you're interested.
I've just got to get my dad's money back to him.
I'll lend you the money.
I'm not dropping everything to deal with you
and your sordid machinations. Always did like a turn of phrase, didn't you?
And you always did like to stir up trouble, Uncle Billy.
Hello? Is that Zinnie?
Yeah, who is this? Look behind you.
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