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I cannae just get married if my son loses his grandfather.
Let's hope he pulls through then, eh?
ZINNIE: This was just our way of saying goodbye.
So nobody knows, and nobody ever has to know.
I'm so sorry.
There's nothing we can do here.
My pal died yesterday, everyone's brokenhearted,
but you, you are incapable of thinking of anyone but yourself.
Why don't you do us all a favour, eh?
Stop fighting this. What have you got to live for?
Hey. Did you sleep OK?
As much as I can with a spring up my backside.
Maybe you could take a shot on the couch for a while.
Aye, that'll be right!
Angus is back today - there'll be two of us crashing in there.
-We need to sort it.
-We will, babe.
Should you not be going to work?
Aye, I'm going the now.
I'll see you after.
SINGING ALONG WITH RADIO: # You're gonna hear me roar
# Oh, oh, oh, oh!
# Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh... #
What are you doing here?
Nice to see you too.
I just wasnae expecting you in, that's all.
I'd rather be working.
-How was the funeral?
It was a funeral.
I know, I meant...
I'll get changed.
-Is he all right?
Listen, I've got a few wee details to wrap up for the stag do tonight.
Och, you know, just a few loose ends need tied up.
But, whatever, we'll still have a grand old swally, eh?
Who's all coming, then?
Us, er...not sure about Angus.
I'm still waiting on a few texts from people, but we should be mob-handed.
-Actually, I was, er, I thinking about cancelling.
It seems inappropriate, out celebrating after what's happened.
-I see what you mean.
-Don't you think?
Definitely. Just wouldnae feel right.
See, I would never have thought of that.
I mean, that's really... considerate of you.
So you don't need to worry about your, erm, loose ends.
Seeing as you're no' drinking,
I thought what you're missing out in booze,
I'd make up for in sausage rolls.
Well, no offence, but I'd rather just have a night in
in my pyjamas with a box set rather than all of this hen night malarkey.
Aye, well, tough! We're having a knees-up, end of.
Even if it is just in here. Think yersel' lucky!
I could be taking you up the town with L plates on
and a chanty on your heid!
You never know, you might even enjoy yersel'.
Oh, here, wait till you see this. Madonna, want to do your wee walk?
It's her wee bouquet.
Right. Step, together,
step, together, step, together,
Brilliant, in't it?
Eileen. Hi, sorry I'm late. If I had a brain, I'd be dangerous.
It's fine. I've just got here myself.
-Is Annie not with you?
-Oh, my fault. I gave her the wrong time.
-She'll catch up with us later.
-So, fancy grabbing a coffee?
Yeah, but let's get it to go.
Erm, I've got another flat to show you, just while we're waiting.
All done, Mrs Graham. I'll just get your paperwork and stuff.
ANGUS YELLS ANGRILY
He's awfae passionate, our Angus.
Er, right, aye...
There you go.
So if you need anything else at all, you know where we are.
Thanks very much.
What you playing at? You nearly lamped her wi' that!
Hi. I was just being nosy.
Well, some would say you wouldn't want to be the only one
who didn't send Lenny Murdoch a get well card.
Well, he's breathing on his own now.
They've reduced his sedation levels and he's off the ventilator.
But he's not fully come round yet.
Well, should we be worried?
Just have to wait and see how the next few hours go.
Anyway, I just wanted to check on him.
Thanks, Dr Jandhu.
Naebody knew me.
That's her family though, ain't it?
That's where she's fae.
Got nothing to do with her life here. With you.
It feels like I only knew part of her.
And all the other stuff, her...
her family and her school pals...
..I looked at them and I thought,
they're people that I would have met at our wedding.
Do you know what I mean?
But they were there.
And looking at me like I was...
like I might have been a distant cousin or something.
It felt like...
It felt like I was at the wrang funeral.
And all the way back up the road,
I kept trying to picture her.
In my head.
And I couldnae.
It's like she's just vanished and...
..I couldn't even say goodbye properly.
HE LAUGHS It's hardly changed a bit.
Bring back some memories? Oh, yeah.
Yeah, remember your dad.
IN DEEP VOICE: "Now, there's to be no monkey business.
"You're here for revision, no' perversion!"
Oh, you know what parents are like.
It's funny being back in that room, where all the action happened.
How long ago was it? 30 years?
Mm, something like that.
I was so nervous.
We were so young!
You know, it's funny. When we split up, I was devastated.
-No, you weren't!
-No, no - seriously.
I told myself that it shouldn't hurt this much.
That we were young, that it was just another crush but...
it really got to me.
You didn't bring me here to see if we wanted to rent it, did you?
No, but it was worth it,
-just to see your face.
-Sorry, to leave you with him, Eileen.
-No, it was fine.
Was he dragging you down memory lane?
Boring you with his boyhood adventures?
No, no, she was just showing me
another flat that she's got up for rent.
-Oh, something I should see?
-Och, no. No, you'd hate it.
Well, hopefully this one is more to your taste.
The previous tenant was a doctor too, so...
Erm, right, shall we?
-Buster, it's me. Again.
You need to call me back.
Just need a loan of some coffee. Is that all right?
Save me going to the shop.
-What? The one you just passed to get here?
-Well, where is it?
-See you've come prepared.
You no' getting that?
Is this yours?
-Buster send you this?
-Give me it.
When you leaving? Lucky bint.
-I don't go running just cos he bought a ticket.
Well, you should! It's no' like Bob's going to be
whisking you off anywhere soon, is he?
I don't want to talk about it, OK?
Bob must be totally beelin'.
You've no' told him?
You're a piece of work, aren't you?
Well, I'll go then.
-Well, if you're too scared to face him, I'll go.
Give him a bosom to cry on.
It's our anniversary. That's why he wants me to come over.
After he's forked out all that cash,
just to hear there's a bin bag of his scants in the close
and someone's nicked his side of the bed.
Have you got your coffee, then?
Just calling it as I see it, Sis.
VOICES IN HALLWAY
Oh, aye, erm...
Callum did this for you.
it's you and him playing football.
Took him ages.
Just sitting in the kitchen.
Even when I told him his tea was ready,
he said didn't want his tea until he'd finished his picture.
So he just sat there.
His wee tongue sticking out,
so I knew he was concentrating.
-HE BREATHES HEAVILY
-Oh, er, I'll and go get someone.
Could you come in, please? His hand...it started to move.
-Mr Murdoch, can you hear me?
-Is he going to be OK?
-You need to step outside.
Obviously, if you want to redecorate, then I'm fine with that.
Mm, it could do with it.
Although, it's nice as it is. It's like a...
If you say "blank canvas", we are getting a divorce.
-Honestly, Eileen, he just opens
his mouth and lets his belly rumble.
Er, what I was going to say, actually, was it has potential.
Yeah, but it's much smaller than we'd hoped.
So, what's behind the big move, then?
-It's just that we...
-No, no, no. On you go.
We just fancied a change.
Since I gave up work, it made sense. To free us up.
Well, it does.
So I can start up the new business.
Well, local business is thriving.
The Oyster Cafe's doing really well
and I've got big plans for The Tall Ship.
See, where we are now, it's all window boxes
and Neighbourhood Watch.
Well, you could do a lot worse than Shieldinch.
See, that's what I've been saying to her.
Except I try and spin it better than that, you know.
Sounds like a terrible town slogan, doesn't it?
"You could do a lot worse than Shieldinch."
EILEEN LAUGHS I just meant, we're on the up.
And everybody is really friendly.
Hm, when they're not trying to blow each other up in the street.
Well, there's never been any kind of trouble like that before.
-Well, almost never.
And we're not going to let one tragic incident change us.
-Got you a coffee.
Listen, I was thinking about what you said this morning,
about us sleeping in separate beds.
Well, now that Angus is back...
-He's in bits, man.
Stop me if I'm being daft, right, but I was thinking,
maybe we should do, like, I don't know exactly...
a memorial or something.
-Like a ceremony?
-Nothing big. It's just...
I think he needs, like, closure or something.
What? It's all those stupid American programmes you've got me watching.
I think he needs to feel like he's said goodbye properly.
In his own way. What do you reckon?
If you think a memorial would help then, aye. Go for it.
You tell me. You always know what's the right thing to do.
Hardly. Stella, Bob was saying
we should do something to remember Zinnie.
-That's a nice thought.
-For Angus, really.
-What were you thinking?
-Maybe just a wee get-together.
Maybe lay some flowers, or...
We're just talking about organising a wee memorial service
-It's Bob's idea.
What are you thinking, Bob?
Don't know really. At the fountain, maybe.
What, on the street,
-where the bomb went off?
-You got a better idea?
Seeing as you and her were so close.
What? No, I just... Why don't we do something in the pub?
I don't think so.
-I'm not wanting it to be a bevvy session.
No, I'm not saying that.
Sounds like it.
Just need to be respectful, that's all.
Of course. Look, anything at all, I'm in, all right?
What were you saying about separate beds?
'Hey, you've reached Zinnie.
'I've either missed your call or dinghied it.
'Leave a message if you want.
'If I like you, I might even call you back...'
'Hey, you've reached Zinnie.
'I've either missed your call or dinghied it.
'Leave a message if you want. If I like you...'
You can come in now.
Come on, you'd have to seriously limit your market
-if you didn't live somewhere where no-one had died.
Look at all these tenements.
Thousand of dead people lived in them.
Thousands. A story in every one. Elton John was right.
Circle of Life?
Och, AJ! It's not that. It's just so soon.
I mean, I held that girl, just right there in my arms.
And then seeing her fiance. I mean, I was mortified.
She's not even cold in the ground yet.
I just think Eileen just should have waited a bit.
I'm sure she wanted to, but I asked, so... she's being helpful.
Helpful making sure she doesn't miss out on a month's rent.
Eileen! Great of you to do this. Thank you so much.
Not a problem.
I'll leave you to talk it over, and get back to me?
Calm down, she didn't even hear me.
What about doves? We could release some doves?
Where are we going to get doves from?
I know a guy that's got a doocot. Maybe he'd lend us.
I think there's a difference between doves and a racing pigeon.
It's about the gesture though, isn't it?
You know how you were saying earlier
about me knowing the right thing to do?
What about it?
-We could release balloons.
-Or maybe some of those lantern things.
-Aye. That would work.
In fact, I think I know someone who could maybe sort it.
-What were you going to say?
I can't remember.
Must have been a lie then, eh?
Not exactly artisan baking.
Come on, this is a roll and sausage joint.
Not according to Eileen.
Wonder if this is listed?
The brownies are old enough.
What is the matter with you? You've done nothing but look down your nose
-at this place since we got here.
-All right, calm down!
This is where I was brought up. I love this place.
Well, you managed to get out of Dodge first chance you got.
Eh, you were the one that wanted a fresh start.
And why is that then?
Is everything all right?
-Yeah, yeah, great, thanks.
-My espresso was delicious. Thanks.
Not want to tell the girl how rubbish her brownie is?
Don't be ridiculous.
I think we should take the flat.
Look, I said I would come and look at it with you, but we need to
have a proper discussion if you're really serious about moving here.
What, so you can make excuses?
No, come on... Shieldinch?
You're being a snob.
Like you're some kind of working-class hero from
the mean streets of Glasgow?
With your espressos and your artisan pies?
-I don't even know why we're arguing.
-Well, you think I'm a snob!
If not wanting to live up a wally close
when you've been grafting hard your whole life makes me a snob,
then fine. I'm a snob.
Only someone who's been brought up in a place with a wally close
uses the phrase "wally close" so I think you've just been
hoisted yourself with your own petard, actually.
I'll hoist you in a minute.
See you later.
Those for my sister? I wouldn't bother if I was you.
They'll be dead by the time she gets back.
Back fae where?
-What are you on about?
Well, you tell me. You started it. Whatever. The flowers are lovely.
Ellie's always been a sucker for that stuff.
They're not for her. We're having a memorial for Zinnie.
Oh, right. Where at?
Gathering at the fountain.
Well, what time is it at? Is it dressy?
-You want to come?
I was involved, wasn't I? I mean, it could have been me.
I guess so.
-All right? I've left Cal's things in the hall.
Listen, you make sure and go easy tonight.
I'm not having Jimmy going out at three o'clock in the morning,
untying you from a lamppost.
It's cancelled. I'm going to go to work instead.
How, did Bubba let you down?
No. Just thought it was best... with what's happened.
Oh, aye. Right.
Do you think I should cancel an' all?
No. Not at all. It's just a few friends round here.
Hoi, you, they're your fiance's.
Is Kelly not here?
-No, she's visiting Lenny in the hospital.
Aye, I know. I don't know what's going on in that girl's head.
I'll be right back.
So you don't remember?
There was an incident.
With the car.
Is Cal all right?
Of course he is. He wasn't involved.
So, he's OK?
Aye. Cal's fine.
It's nothing too formal.
I thought we could all light a candle
and Ellie's sorting out some like... hot-air balloons.
-Is that like helium balloons?
-Aye. Sorry. Them.
And maybe a minute's silence like they do at the football.
And I got these.
Thought we could maybe all wear one.
Don't know why.
See when my mate Deek died, it took me ages to get over it.
Things like this. Taking the time to remember.
I think it really helped.
You're a good man, Bob.
What was up with you and Bob earlier?
Mind you, everybody's been a wee bit on edge since it happened.
You and Zinnie worked together for a long time.
You've barely mentioned her since she died.
Just...trying to deal with it.
-You can talk to me.
Want to go easy on Bob? It must be hard for him,
seeing me pregnant and all that.
What's that got to do with him?
Come on. How would you feel?
Yous are ancient history.
I know, but that doesn't mean it didn't mean anything.
Just give him a break, eh?
All right. You're right.
'It's very good of you, Kel. Sitting with him.'
Well, someone should be here with him. He's Cal's grandad.
No, sure. But if he's unconscious.
-He's woken up.
He's still not out of the woods.
They need to monitor his lung function.
Maybe best you leave him to the doctors now, eh?
He'll need some stuff.
-I'm going to come back tonight.
-But it's your hen do.
It's my ma and a few friends in the house.
-We can do it any time.
I shouldn't be telling you this
but she's actually planned a wee bit more than that.
I can't say, or she'll kill me.
So she is doing something then?
I better go. Don't let her down, eh?
Right, that's the balloons all sorted.
My mate's going to have them dropped at the Oyster.
She says she'll have them blown up and boxed for us as well.
Nice one, eh?
-That's dead old.
So why's it got next week's date on it, then?
I haven't said yes.
Yes to what?
Look, don't do your dinger, right...
Oh. Very smart.
Thought we were going casual, mate?
Aye, I know, but...
She never saw me in a suit.
Apart from when I was up in front of the Fiscal.
Aye, you always looked very smart in the dock.
You look great.
Give me that.
Let's hope you don't get a proper job, eh?
You can't even tie a tie.
Nae danger of that, big man.
-There you go.
I look like a groom.
I was supposed to be going to our wedding, no' her funeral.
-Hi, Alex. Can't get rid of you today.
Wanted to talk to you about Kel's hen do.
-What about it?
-Only if you want, you don't have to,
but there's a booth at Chrome you can have.
-Had it reserved for me
and the boys but now we've cancelled, you can have it.
She's not really up for a big night out.
That's what she says but you know what's she's like.
Is that not a wee bit weird, the groom organising the hen night?
-No, I'm not. Just making use of the opportunity.
Got some canapes lined on. Old school DJ. And a free bar.
Right enough, you know what I mean,
it's about time she let her hair down.
It's a lovely gesture, Alex. Thanks very much.
Maybe best if she doesn't know it was my idea.
You reckon, aye?
-Keep it on the QT.
-On the what?
Just between us?
(Oh, aye!) Probably best.
-How is he?
-He's away for a pint.
What's going on?
Buster wants me to fly out to Las Vegas to see him, because it's...
well, he thinks it's our anniversary, kind of,
so I think that's why he's done it.
-Hold on a minute.
-I need to end things face-to-face.
-You're going to America?
-I can't break up with him on the phone.
-I owe it to him.
-You are joking, aren't you?
I'm doing it for us. So we can be together.
No, you're doing it for him.
That's not fair.
We've been over this! Look, just phone him! Talk to him online!
Whatever, and tell him that it's finished.
Why can you not just do that? Eh?
Because it's not the right thing to do.
If you want to fly halfway across the world to see the guy then
it's not just because it's "the right thing to do".
I haven't said yes.
You didnae say no, but, did you?
Once you've decided what you want to do, then we can talk.
I thought maybe we could talk first. To help me decide.
What do you want me to say? "Great idea, go and spend a week
"with somebody you told me you were
"finished with, and don't worry
"if you end up in bed together, these things happen, eh?"
Don't take me for a mug, Ellie!
When I walked in here a minute ago I just...
expected to see her behind the bar.
Do you remember the last time you saw her?
-The last time
Do you know, I've been thinking about that.
Aye, but only because I keep getting it wrang.
I think it was in here, and... having a laugh.
I don't know.
It's all I think about.
You know, at the hospital, she said, "I'm sorry."
Did she say anything else?
I suppose that could've meant anything.
Listen, Angus, she was daft on you. She really was.
-I hope so.
-No, she was.
All she ever spoke about was you and her.
Aye, you're right. It was probably nothing.
Listen, mate, I'd better...
Aye, of course.
-Can I have a malt please, Stevie?
-Can I get you one?
-Nah, you're all right.
-How you bearing up?
-I'm still breathing.
Shame Lenny is.
He's woken up, apparently.
-Just thought you should know.
-So now I know.
Now that, that used to be a sweet shop.
That was where Alison Walker told me she could never love me,
after I'd just blown 20p
on the pick and mix for her. Stuck-up cow.
See over there? There was always an ice-cream van parked there.
Used to sell single fags to the schoolkids for 15p a pop.
If the pie business doesn't work out, you could
-always do walking tours of the area.
-Aye, very funny.
"And this is where I did a wheelie on my bike to try
"and impress Senga MacDaid."
Do you see how I'm laughing here?
"And if you look closely you can still see the imprint of
"when I blootered my Mitre 5 against
"auld Granny Parson's cludgie window."
-You're hilarious, you know that?
-That's what you sound like.
Tell you what though, look at that.
That could be a great wee shop for me.
-It would be brilliant.
"The Pie Hole."
Aye, I can always rely on you to bring down the tone.
-What do you mean?
-Let's just say branding, not your strong point.
Doesn't look like there'd be much room for a kitchen.
And much as I love you, I've had it up to here with you using
every surface of our house as a pie factory.
I know, I know. I'll get onto it, pronto.
Where have I heard that before?
Hiya. Is Angus not with you?
-Was he not in the pub?
-He was, but he left earlier.
You heard fae Angus?
-Do you think it's too much for him?
-I'll try his mobile.
The engine blew up. The police aren't saying much.
What CAN you remember?
MONITOR BLEEPS STEADILY
I cannae remember anything.
It'll take time.
Anybody else hurt?
You just need to worry about getting yourself better first.
There'll be plenty of time to talk, once you're better.
You don't need to be here.
Maybe bring Cal the next time, eh?
I mean...only if you think it's OK.
-So you're awake?
-You shouldn't be in here.
He needs his rest.
I just wanted a word. You can head off.
-Nah, it's fine, I'll stay.
Got you all hooked up then?
You all right, son?
-Aye. Fine and dandy, Lenny. Couldnae be better.
Could maybe have done without having to watch my fiancee's body
being lowered into a hole in the ground,
-but apart from that, I'm living the dream.
-Angus, leave it.
-What's he saying?
She was killed by a bomb that was meant for you.
I... I don't understand.
-Angus, stop it.
-Why should I? Look at him!
Up and talking.
Sitting here pumped full of painkillers with your visitors
and your hospital dinners.
-You'd have done something to deserve this.
But she was innocent!
And now she's dead, in a hole in the ground!
It's all right, I'm going.
It should have been you.
-Still going straight to voicemail.
-Maybe we should just start?
-Who are we doing this for?
-Aye, I know,
-but if he's no' gonnae come...
-He'll be here, all right?
-What if he doesnae want to do it?
-He might have bottled it.
-You got something better to dae?
-Cos I havnae.
We wait, all right?
But if he isn't coming, Bob?
There he is.
Hey...we missed you.
Had to see a man about a dog.
I don't think I got the chance to thank you properly,
for what you did last week.
There's no need.
We're having a wee sendoff for Zinnie.
-Would you like to join us?
-Oh, I'm not sure.
I'd like you to be there. You looked after her.
Both of us. You gave us more time.
Go on, love, I'll see you in the pub.
Should I... Should I say something?
If you want.
I-I don't really know what to say.
HE SNIFFS AND EXHALES
Zinnie meant the world to me.
I know most of you probably thought I was punching
well above my weight, most of the time, but...
To be honest, so did I.
I'm sorry, I cannae... Can somebody else?
Thanks, Angus. Anyone else?
Guess we'll never be able to look at this wee fountain again
without thinking about her.
She would have done so much good if she'd gone abroad.
Helped so many people. We'll all miss her so much.
Well, I guess if no-one else has got anything to say, then...
we should maybe all bow our heads in silence and think of Zinnie.
HIGH HEELS CLIP-CLOP ON PAVEMENT
These heels are murdering ma corns.
Well, you should have worn flats then.
Flats? I got my hair done, do you no' know anything?
What, you wantin' a photae?
Oh, sorry. Am I...? Am I late?
You're OK, Caitlin.
I'm sorry about her, Angus.
Doesnae matter, does it, Ellie? When you think about it.
-I guess not.
-Eh, do you think we should do the balloons?
Yeah, I've got them here.
I'm so sorry, Angus.
"Sorry you're leaving."
Right, well, come on, everybody, and grab a balloon.
ROBBIE CONTINUES LAUGHING
Who wants the one that says "Good Luck"?
-Gie me it.
-I'm sorry, I didn't mean it!
She's probably looking down on us aw,
shaking her head at how rubbish we all are, eh?
Right. After three.
One, two, three.
She was just there at the wrong time.
-I cannae believe that lassie's dead.
-But you tried to save her.
-Did I? Is that right?
-You just need to calm down.
Oh, is that what I need to do, is it?
It's no' your fault. So you just need to take it easy.
Just please... Just go.
So, what are you having, Eileen?
-Still on the Pernod and black?
Listen, sorry about Annie earlier.
She's still looking around, you know?
No, she's all right. So, tell me everything.
You were a bit cagey when I asked about the move.
No, no, no, it's just a change really.
Number one son's off to uni so we're stoating about the house.
-Plus, I've had it with work.
-Know the feeling.
Don't get me wrong, work was great.
Big bucks and all that - but the stress?
It was actually Annie that sat me down and said,
"You know you don't have to keep doing this?"
So now, don't tell me, it's all about the pies?
It's a very simple model.
Run the numbers and we're looking at
a perfect wee stress-free income generator.
-No, no, it's on the house.
See, now you're being too nice.
Especially as I was going to ask your help with something.
I need premises. Don't suppose you know anywhere?
A small commercial unit?
Everybody's really grateful for what you did.
It was a terrible thing.
So, what was she like?
Bit of a mouth on her sometimes, but...
all the best people do, in my experience.
It was very sweet, you all getting together to do this.
Och, well, we don't all get on all the time, but...
it's nice to know that people are here if you need them, you know?
I'm Robbie. I run the salon up the road.
If my husband has his way.
Well, if he does...
Nice wee pixie crop if you're feeling adventurous,
otherwise I'd just take the ends aff for you.
Oh, right, OK. Thank you.
You going to join us in raising a glass for Zinnie?
Oh, no, I don't want to intrude,
I've got to meet AJ in there later anyway.
-Is that your husband?
Well, if he wants you to move here,
he won't mind you getting to know the locals.
We'd be glad to have you.
OK. OK, why not?
Excellent. Walk this way.
I just think we need to talk about this.
I'll see you in there.
Coming for a farewell drink, are you?
..she was a rock, the lynchpin.
There's another star lit up in heaven.
She was an angel whilst she was here and, well,
she's an angel up there now I guess.
-What you playing at?
-You didn't know her.
-What are you going on about?
-You've no idea what I've been through.
-What you talking to her for?
-Because they asked me, all right?
So keep your fat nose oot.
You're selling your story aren't you?
Trying to make a bit of cash out of this, you selfish cow.
I've had just about enough of you trying to stick your nose
and look down at me, ya stuck-up witch!
Ahh! Caitlin! Caitlin!
No' so smart now, are you? Listen to you.
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You've always been the same since you were wee.
I put my life on hold to raise you, you still look down on me!
You think the sun shines oot yer backside, don't you?
-You need a good slap.
Ya stupid, ugly...
Whoa, what do you think you're daeing, eh?
You should be ashamed of yourselves, both of you!
-She started it.
-You don't get it, dae ye?
You havnae got a respectful bone in your body.
-You have to go!
-I was going anyway.
Sounds like he's fixed on this move then.
What does moving house solve?
You can't move away from your problems, can you?
You're not convinced?
No, it's not that. I don't know...
I just wish he'd take off the rose-tinted specs for ten minutes.
"Oh, look over there at the hollow-eyed smackhead.
"We used to share a bag of glue back in the day.
"Oh, what larks!"
-It's not quite as bad as that round here.
-There we go.
-Stevie, you didn't have to do that.
-That's what I told him.
-Anybody else want a drink?
-White wine, thanks. Annie?
Just a Slimline tonic for me, thanks.
I didnae have you doon as that.
OK, a large glass of red then, please.
Hi, I'm Ellie. It's Annie, isn't it?
Yeah - hi.
Here, what about when Angus asked her out for a bet. Remember?
You did what?
Aye, she wasnae best pleased, eh, mate?
Tore a few strips off you that night, didn't she?!
Mind you, I won her over with some posh crisps
and a nice bottle of plonk frae the shop, so...
She was a cheap date!
I did put her through a lot, eh?
I mean, who'd be seen knocking about with an idiot like me?
Doing community service.
She never wavered.
She fell for you, Angus.
And me for her.
Hook, line and sinker, I tell you.
Aye, and a copy of the Angling Times.
I was lucky, maybe.
You deserved her, mate.
-Look at this! It's perfect.
Yeah, we're just doing bar snacks at the moment,
so there's lots of room.
Eileen, you're a star.
Well, maybe you could do a line for us, you know?
A pie and a pint'll probably go down a storm.
This is just what I'm looking for.
Well, I'm happy to help.
See, that's what I've been saying to Annie.
There's a real community here. We've missed that.
Oh, I'm so glad you're back, AJ.
Come here, you.
OK, that's me.
Hen do, here I come.
Are you with me, Stella?
Nah, I'm going to sit this one out.
I've says to Kelly-Marie I can't make it.
-Have a good night.
-Oh, intend to.
And remember what I said - pop by the salon any time.
-Mates rates, of course.
-Yeah, something like that.
how was the...thing?
But sweet, nevertheless.
-So listen, I think I've got us a kitchen.
Mm-hm. Here - the pub kitchen.
God, that woman loves you.
That, or you do have the gift of the gab.
No, no. It was... the barman that sorted it.
-I think so.
So, not free.
We'll sort something out -
but listen, we need to make a decision on the flat.
-Eileen's had more interest.
What, is she doing someone else a favour, is she?
Don't do that. Look, I know you're not keen, but...
Let's not discuss this here.
What is it with you and this place?
I could ask you the same thing.
I don't understand why you've got such a problem
with the idea of moving here.
It's not exactly the kind of place we talked about.
It's my home. It feels right.
Look, I know it's a lot to ask.
You've already given up so much for me.
Of course I have.
Believe me, I know you don't have to be here.
If I agree to this, it has to be a fresh start.
-No, I mean for both of us.
It can't just be about you and your pies.
And there is something about this place.
What, the beer garden?
So, er...what changed your mind?
I don't know. Just...something.
I can't quite put my finger on it.
And Robbie, my new BFF says I can get a discount at the salon,
so I'd be mad not to miss that.
So, are we doing this?
Don't make me regret this.
-Are you serious?
-If you drop the nostalgia nonsense
-for the rest of the day.
-Right, so you don't you want to know
-where I got my first wedgie, then?
-That's it. You're on your own.
Ah, you dancer!
Put me down!
-There's your mocktail!
-So, I take it we're not staying in, then?
Through here with me.
We've got a sexy wee outfit rustled up for you.
She thinks I'm joking!
All right, mate.
Do you want another one?
Nah. No, you're all right. I'm going to shoot.
Do you want me to come with you?
No, no, you're OK.
Was that him?
Wants to know if I'm coming.
He's not the only one.
You're going, aren't you?
Course you are.
Does it matter at all what I think?
-Not now, Bob.
-Then when, eh?
Here, is everything all right?
Mind your own business, Stevie.
It's all right.
Look, do you not trust me?
-What difference does that make?
What difference does it make if I trust you if you sleep with him?
I'm not going to sleep with him!
How do you know?
You're flying out there to be alone with him.
How do you know how you'll feel when you're with him?
I want to make a go of this - of me and you.
I can't do that until I end it with Buster.
I need to draw a line.
You'll miss my sister's wedding.
Do you not want us to be together, eh? Is that what you want?
No, but that doesn't seem to matter, does it?
I'm going to head. Are you coming?
No, I'm finishing my pint.
Is Angus wanting another one, or...?
No, he's away for a walk.
-Is he all right?
-No, he's not all right, Stevie.
What's the matter with you?
The matter with me? You're the one with the problem.
Shut up, eh?
MUSIC: Papa Don't Preach by Madonna
A toast, please! To the bride.
Not quite "like a virgin", but...
MUSIC: Bad Romance by Lady Gaga
Do you know what? I needed this.
I telt you!
Oh, darling, I'm so proud of you!
Do you know what? I think everything's going to be all right.
The marriage, the baby.
All of it.
I've decided to be happy.
You know, I am the luckiest girl.
I mean, he might be an awkward bugger, a bit insensitive at times,
but everything he does...
he does it for me. For us.
Right, you two - team selfie!
Oh, selfie! Woohoo!
Ready? One, two, three...
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Oh, delete that!
Oh, they're letting anybody in here, then!
Oh, aye - even old guys like you!
Fancy a dance?
You're not my type.
Come and give your fiancee a spin then.
She seems happy, eh?
You'd better make sure she stays happy.
Look who I found! I've got to go.
-Thanks for letting me be a hen.
MUSIC: Roar by Katy Perry
Had a good night?
Oh, you know what?
It's been great.
Your mum did well.
-Beats a few sausage rolls and some cheap fizz, eh?
Speaking of mums, I forgot to tell you -
We're one down for the wedding.
Sent back the RSVP - wrote, "Can't make it", and that was it.
She's never even met me, and still I'm not good enough for her.
No, I'M not.
Leave him alone, you. That's bad luck, by the way.
Your taxi's here. He's been waiting for ages!
Look, thanks for tonight.
Thank your mum. It was her idea.
Bet you usually get a snog from the tipsy hen brides.
That one was sober.
Maybe she just didn't fancy you.
Now you're being ridiculous.
Gie us a whiskey.
I think you've had your fill.
You "had your fill"?
-What are you on about?
-I saw you.
You saw me what?
Is this you trying to wriggle your way out of it, aye?
Do you know what, Bob?
Come on, up the road - I've had enough of you today. Come on.
I saw you. With Zinnie.
I saw you, in the kitchen.
You're a disgrace, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
You got any idea what that boy's going through?
I think you should calm down, Bob.
I don't think so, mate. You should have stayed away today.
Cheating on your pregnant girlfriend?
With your mate's girlfriend?
You're proper scum, you, aren't you?
Shut your mouth. You've not got a clue what you're talking about.
I know what I saw, all right?!
Come here, you.
Move. Through there. Move!
Listen to me.
I don't know what you think you saw, but you've got it all wrong -
-do you hear me?
-What have I got wrong?
Your tongue was halfway down her throat!
She came on to me.
-Listen to yourself!
How could you do that to Stella?
It wasnae just me, all right?
She wanted it an' all.
Aye, of course she did.
Cos that's you all over the back, innit?
You think you're God's gift,
but you're nothing but a sleazy creep.
Now get out my way, all right?
Thank you, driver.
Oh, man, that was brilliant!
You all right?
MUSIC: All Of Me by John Legend
# What would I do without your smart mouth?
# Drawing me in and you kicking me out
# You've got my head spinning no kidding
# I can't pin you down
# What's going on in that beautiful mind?
# I'm on your magical mystery ride
# And I'm so dizzy don't know what hit me
# But I'll be all right
# My head's under water
# But I'm breathing fine
# You're crazy and I'm out of my mind
# Cos all of me
# Loves all of you
# Love your curves and all your edges
# All your perfect imperfections... #
# Give your all to me
# I'll give my all to you
# You're my end and my beginning
# Even when I lose I'm winning
# Cos I give you all... #
You still here?
You couldn't call me a taxi, could you?
I could give you a lift somewhere.
I know a bar that's still open. In a hotel.
Big building, bedrooms in it.
Pretty smooth, aren't you?
I shouldn't be seeing you today, this is bad luck.
I called you the other day,
but somehow you'd given me
the wrong number - now, how could that've happened?
Nothing is set in stone.
Jimmy don't, I've made my mind up.
You even think about telling Kelly-Marie....
and I will destroy you.
You know, there's only one good reason
to marry somebody like McAllister -
and 100 reasons not to.
Starting with that family of his.
I thought I'd drop by to wish you well.
No - you can't be here.