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Jamie, this is Stella. She's been running the place.
He's a lying, thieving junkie.
I'm gonnae ask them when he's out on bail,
then he's coming back here and he's staying here.
I'm trying to get it sorted, but there's been nae money coming in,
and now they're gonnae put in one of those card meters.
We had a special night, that had a beginning, a middle and an end.
Find yourself a job and you stay out of trouble, all right?
You say you want to change but... Look, Stella, I do want to change.
Well, then, gonnae show me?
You're up early.
You no' gonnae have something to eat?
There you go.
You all right?
Aye, I think I've maybe picked something up.
Is that why you never slept?
I'll be fine.
Mind you've got your NA meeting today?
Change the record, eh?
Mark, are you no' gonnae have your breakfast?
No, I'm no' hungry.
Well, when are you gonnae be back?
He'll be fine.
I could've went with him.
He's got to do it on his own. You know that.
He's past the first few weeks.
What he needs now is a routine.
Aye, and he's managing that.
What, do you no' think so?
I think you worry too much.
It's just, after all he's been through,
I want him to feel he's got a proper home here.
Aye, I know. And you've done that.
Look, I'd better go.
See you later.
Long time no see. How's it going?
Aye, fine. Good.
They looking after you in there?
Here, take the edge off.
Don't let the bad times win, eh? Take it easy.
You timed that one perfectly, that's me all finished.
Look, I'm sorry for earlier.
It's all right.
You feeling any better?
Oh, God, I hate mornings, man.
Well, you'd never have known.
I just want to do something.
I'm sick of looking at the clock all day. Oh, aye? Mm-hmm.
Be nice to get a job.
Have my own wage, my own place, kind of thing.
But who'd take me on, eh?
Gonnae stop that?!
You need to start believing in yourself.
You've got a lot to offer.
You have! You're a good boy.
Am I but?
Mind that day at school and there was a power cut
and we got sent home in that thunderstorm? Yeah.
Do you remember there was a wee boy that gave me his jacket
cos I didnae have one?
I'm looking at him.
Look, that was a long time ago.
It's not gonnae help get me work, so...
I'm just saying.
Right, are you gonnae phone the Jobcentre, then?
I did it last week.
I'm on the list but it must be taking ages.
Where are you going? Might as well make a start.
There's got to be some work out there.
All right, good luck.
Cool, talk to you in a bit.
Stupid thing's been on the blink for weeks!
Guy that came to fix it last time said it was on its last legs.
That was gonnae get me through Christmas.
Christmas? What about the night?
Madonna's got her wee pal coming over.
I promised them stovies and beans.
Well, look, don't worry. I'm sure we can get another one before then.
What with? I'm skint.
I've maxed out all my cards and I've no' been paid yet.
Well, get Jimmy to help out.
I'm no' asking Jimmy for a handout.
There's three adults in this house and we all work.
Look, I'm sorry it's no' much. I'm no' very busy this time of year,
and what with Cal's Christmas...
Look, you're all right, it's nice of you.
But I'll ask Bubba for help after work.
Aye, maybe you can go tae that second-hand warehouse in Moss Green.
You know, see what they've got, you might get lucky.
Aye, thanks, darlin'.
Do you want to feed the weans some cereal? I'm no' hungry.
I'm away to my work. See you later.
Should you not be at work?
All right, just keep your hair on, I'm going.
I was meant to be out of here an hour ago.
There was nothing wrong with the old monitor.
Any chance of a wee sub on my wages? My cooker's dead.
We don't do subs in here.
Oh, here she is, Little Miss Sunshine,
come to save us all.
What time do you call this?!
Did I miss your promotion to manager? No, I don't think so.
You're no' real. No' even an apology.
I've been doing your work.
I'll put you down for Employee of the Month.
Less of your lip.
Scarlett, I know that working here is really important to you
and that's great...
See wherever you're going with this, watch it.
It's validating for you, doing the floors, watching the clock,
straightening up all the tins, the whole wage slave thing...
What planet are you on? But me?
I'm just here to raise funds for uni, and once I've done that
I'll never have to do menial jobs like this again.
Different world views is all.
Aye, big words from someone who can't even tell the time.
I'd shoot myself if I was still here at your age.
I'll do it for you, save you waiting.
This is workplace bullying.
No wonder your ma and da dumped you.
Swanning in here an hour late,
shooting your mouth off about world views.
Try turning up on time and doing your job.
You should be on one of those car-crash talk shows,
shouting like a fishwife.
Oh, you'd be great.
After the break, Scarlett does more shouting.
I'm no' taking this off a dropout like you.
Least I had something to drop out of - can you even read?
Poison wee princess. Sour-faced old bag.
Make it stop.
Gie her a formal warning. She's a nutter.
Well, just try and be on time tomorrow?
She just called me a nutter.
I say what I see.
All right, I don't need this. You can stuff your stupid job.
Oh, by the way, you missed a bit.
Aw, who's gonnae make us miserable now?
You will! All on your own.
Look, she didn't mean it. Aye, I did.
You know, you're just as bad, siding with family.
It's called nepotism - look it up. I could report you.
I'll take her hours, by the way.
No, you willnae. Just get a sign in the window.
You're late. You know me and trains.
So are you all ready for Glasgow?
Is Glasgow ready for me?
I called into Karen and Jessica on Saturday.
Yeah, Jess gets more grown-up every time I see her.
She was on great form.
What about Karen?
Yeah, she was fine too.
She ask after me?
Love this place. It's like a...time warp.
Aye. Well, I'm sure you know what you're doing.
All will be revealed. You can leave your bag here.
Stella, can you spare a minute?
Jamie, this is Stella. She's been running the place.
All right? How you doing?
Gina told me how great you were with the customers
and that is certainly true.
But running a place can be quite different.
Well, I like it.
No' everyone enjoys the...
..extra demands that being a manager brings.
Am I losing my job?
No, no. Not at all.
I just wanted to make sure you were happy to continue as manager here
for the foreseeable future.
Only if you want.
Aye, course I do. I just thought that...
Him? This is Jamie, my brother.
Bars and clubs are his department.
No offence, but scones are not my speciality.
Aye, all right.
So, is that settled, then?
I'll let you get back to your paperwork.
Cheers, Alex. I'll see you later.
Grab a seat.
We're going to blanket the city with these
in the run-up to the opening night.
Look amazing. We'll be turning people away.
MESSAGE ALERT SOUNDS That's the plan.
Listen, I've got to shoot off.
Licensing Board have got a couple of issues. Sure.
I'll soak up some more retro vibes in here
then check out the neighbourhood.
Don't make a mess. People change.
I don't even know why you need that wee pad anyway
when you're already living in a mansion.
Don't get too comfy. It's just till you get your own place.
Americano, please, when you've a moment.
Can I get a large chocolate muffin to go, please?
Can I get the bigger one?
I'm gonnae need it, after the morning I've had.
I'm 20p short.
Och, no, it's OK, you don't need to. I sense an emergency.
Thank you. Pleasure.
Would you care to join me for a coffee?
That's really kind but I've already got a date.
NA meeting's this afternoon.
Yeah, I know.
I was actually wondering if you had any jobs going.
What, cos I'm an addict?
Actually, no. This place is run on a shoestring.
I'm lucky I still have a job myself.
I could maybe sort you out with some voluntary work?
I've done that before, mate. Got me nowhere, so...
Good for the CV though.
I don't have a CV.
Sorry I can't help.
Cheers, mate, anyway.
We'll get one of our bespoke seven-seaters
out to you right away.
That's going to Kelvingrove.
Pictures and that.
15 minutes. The driver'll give you a beep.
Thank you for using Amber Cabs. Enjoy your day.
Aye. Just you jog on, son.
All right? Can I help you?
I'm here about the job.
Brilliant, you're the first one.
I've got an application form under here.
Cheers, mate. There we go.
What's all this? Boy's in about the job.
There's no job here.
What about that? What about it?
Says you need part-time staff.
Aye, thing is, there's a wee word missing fae that.
Can you guess what it is?
Honest. Honest part-time staff required.
That rules you out, doll. Sorry about that.
Have a nice day but.
I told you that advert was gonnae attract riff-raff.
Just give me the extra hours! You know it makes sense.
I'll see what I can do but I cannae promise anything.
Thought you'd be out.
No, just back for a minute. Thought you'd be at work.
Aye, I've to go back in later on.
What, do you smoke?
No, they're not mine.
How's the job hunt going?
Aye, it's good, yeah.
It was good, spoke to a few people...asked about.
Look, if I'm honest...
..they didnae want to know.
Well, it's early days, innit?
I could see it in their eyes I was wasting their time.
Get that junkie out of here.
You're imagining it.
Something'll come up.
Who was I kidding, Stella, me trying to be normal?
Come on, Mark. Somebody's gonnae give you a chance.
Listen, can I get 20 quid out my money?
What for? I need to get into town.
20 quid to go in the town?
Here, you just need an all-day ticket.
What about food? Can of juice?
Look, I'm no' going to do anything stupid, all right? I'm clean.
I'm feeling good.
Aye, that's because you're sticking to the plan.
Mark, we've been through all this already.
Look, it's my money, Stevie.
Aye, and you agreed for us to hold on tae it for you.
It's pointless if I give in the first time you ask.
What about the time you're desperate for a hit?
Or the time after that? That's no' going to happen.
Come on, you don't know that.
Mark, I'm sorry, but there's no way I'm sending you into town
with a big wad of cash. No' yet. You need to show you're serious.
And start pulling your weight about.
Look, I shouldnae have bothered, all right?
Don't let her fool you. She usually cries nonstop.
Look at the size of her, too.
I only get out to buy nappies.
I'm so tired all the time.
Come on, it cannae be that bad - she's a wee cracker.
It is, it's horrible.
I mean, I'm doing my best but...
..it's not good enough.
Come on, whisht.
Won't be that when it's you.
Anyway, how's things?
You've nae idea.
Is it that bad?
It's no' so much the rows, it's just the constant tension,
worrying if he'll stay clean.
It's wearing Stella right down.
Can you not cut him some slack?
He's living in my house. What more do you want?
Do you know what it's like,
it's like waiting for a bomb to go off with him.
You sound like my dad.
Do you not remember?
He always thought you were gonnae fail.
Nicole, nae offence, but I'm nothing like your dad.
He was worried about what it was doing to me.
Same as you're worried about Stella.
See yous later.
I bumped into Stevie when I was out earlier.
Oh, yeah, how was he?
Fed up with Stella's brother.
Doesn't seem that long ago he was living here.
Seems like a lifetime ago to me.
So much has happened.
I wish I could go back and do it all again.
Do it right.
You were only 16, Nic.
I'm stuck here with no friends, no real family
and a baby I never wanted.
Nic, I didn't...
I didn't realise you felt this bad.
Do you ever want to walk out the door and...keep walking?
Where would I go?
My mum doesn't want me.
Maybe that's where I get it from.
Like mother like daughter.
I miss my dad.
You know, he would've loved to have been here for you.
But he's gone.
Just like every other man that's ever meant anything to me.
You're just exhausted. You need sleep.
Grace needs a better mum.
There you go, pet, thanks a lot.
Eh, you're never away?! Aye.
You cannae just leave me in the lurch.
That's 2.50, please, sweetheart.
I shouldn't even be here. We've got a rush on.
The minimum wage doesnae buy much loyalty.
Well, what am meant to do?
Sort it out.
I came and asked you for more hours five minutes ago and you says no.
I've got no choice, it's company policy.
It's exploitation. I'm no' hanging about for nothing.
It's all that Zinnie's fault.
Don't you even think about begging her to come back.
Or it'll be me out that door.
Just give me her hours and I'm all yours.
It's no' as if I'm away to put my feet up.
I'm away for a handout off Bubba for a second-hand cooker.
Life of Riley, me.
All right, what's up?
Wondered if you could give me a wee sub to get a new one?
I'm skint, Kelly-Marie's brassic
and wee Madonna's got a pal coming over for stovies.
Ma, it's a bad time.
It's no' a very good time to beg for a handout.
No, I know that, but I'm skint too.
See that? It's the first service I've done all week.
I even cleaned it out just to give me something to do.
They've no' paid me yet.
Look, I'm really sorry.
I've got a 20.
Cheers, darlin'. Look, nae worries.
I'll see you at teatime.
Have to be a sandwich but.
Thank you for booking with Amber Cabs.
Right you are, son. Bye-bye.
Before you start.
My pension's already spoken for and it's no' payday.
Good news travels fast, eh?
I met Kelly-Marie.
How come it never gets any easier?
Don't ask me, hen.
I'm a broken cooker away from everything falling apart.
I mean, I had plans!
Christmas, stuff to do with the weans - it's all going out the window.
Everybody's hard-up. We've all had to make sacrifices.
Aye, well, I'm sick of it.
Look, you've got plenty to be thankful for.
You've got your family, and you've got a roof over your head...
Oh, aye, let me just count my blessings?
I'm a single mammy, I'm skint and I'm working 15 hours in a mini-market
trying to feed my family.
Oh, aye, lucky me.
I never brought you up to be feeling sorry for yourself.
You never brought me up at all, you were never there.
You'll work something out, hen. You always do.
No' if it's got anything to do with your Bob.
You know he's got extra hours in that mini-market
he's no' gonnae give me them? How no'?
Because he says it's the rules.
He's got me sticking an advert in the window -
I've been batting lowlife away all morning.
You cannae just walk in to a place like that and start work,
you need people skills, like what I've got.
Bob wouldnae do that.
Aye he would, and he has.
Och, come on, Scarlett, you know that brother of yours
cannae say no to you.
PHONE RINGS Ma, he is power daft.
He is a big softie.
Give him time, and if nothing happens I'll have a word.
Of course, uh-uh.
I could do without that face.
Yeah, well, honestly, that's all three of us not working now.
Well, go take my job, then.
I could really do with nipping to the Post Office.
Would you listen out for Grace for me. I'll only be an hour or so.
Nicole's taking a nap.
I really don't feel like babysitting right now.
Come on - one hour.
Would it kill you to show some support?
Support? I'm only back here because I've lost my job. I'm upset.
You're upset, are you?
You're also unemployed, and unhelpful.
Just what I need around here.
CAR HORN BEEPS
Are you OK?
That guy just came out of nowhere!
You really are having one of those days.
Looks like it.
Come on. Let me get you a drink.
Something stronger than coffee this time.
You've had a really nasty shock.
Well, I've not really.
I'll buy you a brandy, like they do in all the movies.
There? Sitting down, where you can't get run over.
Unless you've got a lot on today.
Well, you know, my schedule's pretty tight.
Can you not find a ten-minute window?
OK, one drink.
Thanks, man. Cheers, pal.
Here's to your day improving.
I will drink to that.
So where did it all go wrong first?
I don't even want to think about it.
Sorry. None of my business.
I just couldn't stand to be there another minute.
The people were just...
There was a silly argument over a wee thing,
they ganged up on me so I walked.
Didn't look back, the full flounce.
You made a stand.
And shot myself in the foot in the process.
It was like it was happening in slow motion.
My mouth's going, "I don't need this,"
but my brain is screaming, "Actually, yeah, you do."
It was a crap job. But I needed the money.
We all need money.
Maybe I should never have left this place.
And I never thought I'd say that.
You used to work here?
Yeah, filled in for a bit.
That's my line of work. Pubs and clubs.
Not so much this one, a bit more...
You want to say "up-market"?
Let's just say I'm catering to a different demographic.
You're fine. This place is a dive.
We're opening a new place down the road next week.
Who's we? Me and my brother.
It's shaping up pretty well so far.
Wow, looks amazing. This is yours?
Yeah. Well, my brother, he owns it, but I'm executive bar manager.
And we always need good bar staff.
Is that so?
I take it you can pull a pint?
Are you kidding? Cocktails?
Making or drinking?
What about a trial shift next week, and then we can take it from there?
I am a fast learner. I'm sure you are.
It's only ?10 an hour to start with but you do share tips.
That sounds OK.
You've got an amazing smile.
Here, this one's only a couple of miles away.
Looks no' bad, eh? I mean, I could scrub it out for you.
Sorted. I figured out a way to get you Zinnie's hours.
You never did! Aye, can you start right away?
Well, I said I could, didn't I?!
Is that it?!
I had to use all my sweet-talking wiles with that Mrs Rooney.
Oh, lucky Mrs Rooney. Oh, you beauty, darlin'.
Ma, do you want me to phone them or no'?
We're closed for lunch just now...
Please. I willnae be long.
Pregnancy tests aren't always right, are they? If it's early on?
Sit down, please.
So you've done a test?
OK. Any other symptoms?
No' really, no.
..I'm feeling quite tired.
And I'm up like five times during the night to go to the toilet.
And I'm feeling sick an' all...
It's always a shock.
I rehearsed this so many times when I was with Bob.
Then it never happened
and then I just accepted that it was never gonnae happen.
What about Stevie?
We've only been back together five minutes.
We've never spoken about having a wean.
He might be pure raging.
It takes two, remember.
It wasn't just your responsibility.
We were just getting our lives sorted,
and then Mark came along...
And now you have wonderful news.
You know what he's going through. It's hard.
And I need to be there for him, 100%.
That's a lot of pressure to put on yourself.
Well, he's nobody else. Even so.
You need to shift your focus now.
He's doing really well but I'm no' stupid.
I see his face every morning and I know he wants to score.
I don't know how long that's gonnae go on for.
It's no place for a baby, no' the now.
The timing's all wrong.
No such thing as a perfect time.
But you have to face this together.
I just don't think I'm ready.
Can I have a word?
What is it?
You still no' well?
Well, that's cleared that up, then.
Are you there?
Are you serious?
..how long have you known?
I did a test today.
Is that why you werenae well this morning?
I went to speak to Tattie in case it was wrong, but...
Stella, I would've came with you.
I know, but I've done tests before and...
Aye, I know, but this...this...
This is amazing.
What, are you sure? Of course I'm sure!
I was feart you were gonnae go mental.
We've never spoken about having a family.
Aye, but we both knew we would, eventually,
if we got lucky enough.
You're going to be a brilliant mammy.
I'm gonnae be a da.
I cannae believe this.
I'm gonnae need to say to Mark.
We'll tell him together.
Do you mind if I do it myself?
No, no, it's fine.
It's just I cannae see him jumping for joy.
How about you tell him the news,
and I'll go with him to his NA meeting later.
What, would you do that? Of course?
Show a bit of family support.
I love you.
I love you too.
Both of yous.
MUSIC: "Applause" by Lady Gaga
I was just about to text you.
I've got some news.
How does "Uncle Mark" sound?
I just found out. Me and Stevie are having a baby.
And are you all right with that?
I know this is a lot to take in.
No, honestly if you're happy, it's good.
Well, I am.
This doesnae change anything with you.
Well, you're no' gonnae be wanting me hanging about much more, are you?
You've got a home for as long as you want.
What did you come in for anyway?
Nothing, doesn't matter.
I'll see you later, OK?
Come on! Have a wee swatch of this.
Oh, aye, that's a good one.
Multifunction fan oven.
The turkey's going to melt in the mouth this year.
How do you pay for it?
It was dead easy, I got one of those payday loans.
Ma, those things are a total racket.
No, they're no'. Aye, they are. They charge you a fortune.
No' if you pay them right away. But you're skint.
I'm no' skint, I'm working full-time. I'm covered.
Right, there was a wee bit left over, so I thought I'd buy this,
gonnae have a wee drink after the weans are in bed, eh?
Right, I'll make a start on they stovies.
Going somewhere nice? Just an NA meeting.
No' today you're no'. Only meeting you're having's with me.
Davey, let go. I'm late. Been hearing stories. Get off.
You've been dealing my gear. On my turf. No, I never!
Don't. No' with me.
I gie you something out the goodness of my heart,
and you sell it to my punters? I should break your arms for that.
Where's the money?
No, I don't have it, but I'll get you it to you later.
Damn right you will. Wi' interest.
You got a death wish? You ken what I do tae wee bams like you?
It was a one-off, Davey.
I stopped believing in one-offs a long time ago.
So here it is.
If you're going to deal, you deal for me.
I cannae be around heroin, Davey. No' just now, anyway.
You managed this morning.
Dinnae be stupid, Marky.
No' twice in one day.
Well, I'm back. It's been a while.
I'm actually here to support somebody.
But he's no' shown up.
It's my girlfriend's wee brother.
He's living at our house, he's on the methadone.
I cannae stand to be about him.
I've been down the road he's on, right,
and I know it's no' easy getting clean.
But my girlfriend, she's worried sick.
She's no' sleeping,
she's at the end of her tether.
You'd think he'd make an effort for her but no.
He's using her and she cannae see it, but I can.
The lies, the manipulation, it just never stops.
I've just found out I'm going to be a da.
I know I should be over the moon, right,
but I cannae because he's just this...
constant black cloud hanging o'er us.
I hate him for spoiling the best news of my life.
And, see, as for getting clean, he's at it,
and that makes me really, really angry.
I hate the tension in the house.
Just knowing he's going to fall off the wagon.
No' thinking it, but knowing it.
That's how he is, I mean yous know the type, right?
Nae offence but yous do, and so do I.
I'm waiting on this massive bomb exploding, right?
And there's absolutely hee-haw I can do about it
because it's her brother.
He's allowed to get away with murder cos he's family, that's how it is.
What's it gonnae do to Stella when he does fall off the wagon?
I'll tell you one thing, I'm no' looking forward to that.
There is no danger I can bring up a wean up in the same house as him.
No matter what it takes, he needs to leave.
I'm sorry, troops, but the boy's pure poison.
Where were you?
I went to support you.
Aw, what did you say?
Do you want me to go get my hankie?
What's going on?
Wetting the baby's head.
Congratulations, by the way.
You've got Stella exactly where you want her.
There's nae drink in this house. Ever.
Stella's a recovering alcoholic...
Who works in a pub?! This is her house.
Don't worry, mate, I won't give her any.
She's preggers, remember? Gie's it.
It's lethal to drink when you're on methadone, you plank.
Where did you get the money?
Done some odd jobs, went door to door.
Oh, so you stole it? I didnae steal anything.
I don't believe you.
That's your problem, no' mine.
Do you know what, you are a miserable pain in the arse.
55 days I've been clean...
and you just think I'm playing at it.
Aye, that's right. I was there.
Standing at the back listening to your idea of support.
You just want rid of me so you get to play happy families
with my big sister.
I want Stella to be happy.
That used to mean putting up with your crap but no' any more.
I cannae bring my wean up in this.
The sooner you're offskie the better.
Well, mate, you're in for a big shocker, cos I'm going nowhere.
And you'd better get used to it,
cos me and Stella...
we care for each other.
Oh, don't talk pish.
I'm her brother, that's what you said. That's how it works.
I'm warning you.
I'm no' walking out that door, mate.
It won't be me.
What, you think just cos you got her pregnant that changes everything?
Look at you, strutting about.
You've got it all figured out, haven't you?
No, we both know who you really are.
Stella made one mistake, that's all.
I'm going to sort it.
I'm no' gonnae let having your wean ruin the rest of her life.
I said shut it!
She deserves better than you.
And her kids, they'll deserve a better father
than what you'll ever be.
Even if she does go through with this pregnancy,
I'm going to make sure that you're not around
to muck up the rest of her life.
She'll forget that you ever happened.
This is just the beginning.
Look, just speak to me!
He hit me.
Why? Just this big row.
He thought I missed my meeting.
But I wasnae, I was just late.
What, and that's it?
Stella, he doesnae trust me, right? I'm sick of it.
So it's probably about time that I cleared off.
No, it's no'.
Look, Stella, he wants me out.
You've your new family to worry about now anyway.
Don't be stupid. You're my family, and you've nowhere else to go.
Look, I really don't care.
Look, Mark, there is no way that you're sleeping rough again.
That's my worst nightmare, you on the streets,
I know what it's like, I've been there.
Stella, he's right, OK? You're better off without me.
Stella, you're pregnant.
My life's mental enough without losing my brother an' all.
Just do us a favour, eh?
Say you'll stay.
But, Stella, he stays right out of my road.
I'm sorry he hit you.
I've been looking for you.
I've got a couple of hours' work going on Friday if you're interested.
It's not much, but...
Nah, I've got work, mate.
I should never have hit him.
But you have to hear my side of the story.
Oh, I'm sure there's two sides.
Probably three if you count the true version.
I smelt the drink off him.
But you're right. You should never have hit him.
What was so bad?
I cannae tell you. I just lost it.
He was all for leaving.
He'd rather sleep in a doorway than stay with us.
So much for being a family.
Anyway, I think I talked him out of it.
Do you think I should go and look for him?
He knows where you are.
I think you should just let him sober up and calm down.
It's up to him.
The guy at the door says he's here to fit an electric meter.
I didnae have any choice.
You haven't seen my dad, have you?
He's discharged himself from the home and I don't know where he is.
That Mrs Rooney fae Head Office is going to pop in
to do one of her spot inspections.
Flat hunting. I've lined up some interviews
so I'll need you for a good few hours.
Oh, hello, Mrs Rooney.
Scarlett, em, we're gonnae have to have a wee word with you.
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