Boiling Point (2021) Movie Script

(peaceful piano music)
(people chattering softly)
(siren wailing)
(horn honking)
- No, I know, I forgot.
I should've done it last night.
I didn't finish Sunday.
I didn't get back till late.
(siren wailing)
I'll sort it out
as soon as I get in.
I promise you, as soon as I...
No, I promise you.
(female responding inaudibly)
Okay. All right, I'm literally
around the corner now.
- Where are you?
- Around the corner,
give me two seconds.
- Hurry Up. Hurry Up.
- All right ta-ra, ta-ra, ta-ra
(phone ringing)
- Hi, you've reached Kelly.
Leave me a message.
I'll get back to you
as soon as I can. Bye.
- Oh, Kelly I'm really
sorry I missed it.
I've just had so much shit on.
Do you know what I mean?
I'm devastated, and I'm really,
really, really sorry.
I can't fucking believe it.
My head was all
over the place.
You know what I mean? Ah, fuck.
(sirens wailing)
Just tell him I'm so sorry,
and I'll, I'll phone him
before he goes to bed.
Yeah? But please,
please tell him I'm really,
really, really fucking sorry.
I don't, I've... I've just
got so much going on.
Do you know what I mean? I've
been living out of a suitcase
for the past two fucking months.
Only moved in last night.
So, you know, it's not...
I know it's my fault,
but just tell him...
tell him I'll phone him
before he goes to bed.
Okay? All right.
Sorry. Ta-ra, bye.
(people chattering)
- Morning Chef.
Chef's coffee, Chef?
- Yeah. Double, Bill.
- Sorry, Mr. Jones?
- Yeah?
- I'm Alan Lovejoy,
I'm the environmental health...
- Nice to meet you.
- Are you okay to crack on?
- Yeah. Just give me
a couple of minutes.
All right. I'll be right back.
- As soon as you're
ready, please.
- Let me get changed.
- Thank you.
All right, Carly, should
we just finish up?
We can recap a couple of things
while we're waiting for him.
- That one's off.
- You've already said... Toby?
- Tony.
- Tony.
We're going to get this in
order before we open, yeah?
- Of course.
- Not tomorrow?
- Okay, don't let Andy see you.
Clean this shit up before
Andy gets here. Just do it.
- Did you just wash your hands
in the food preparation sink?
- Yes.
- Yeah.
You're aware we wash
our hands in the hand washing
sink over there?
- No, I, uh...
- She's new.
- What's your name?
- Camille.
- Camille. How long have you
been here, Camille?
- A week or so.
- Okay.
Have you been on any
food hygiene courses,
accreditation at all?
- Yeah. No.
She's got a level two.
- She's got a level two. Okay.
Well, if you could show me
that before I leave?
- Yeah. Absolutely.
- That would be brilliant.
Camille, I'm glad you're
washing your hands,
just not where
we prepare food. Okay?
I'm sure you knew that though.
- Just...
- Okay. I know. I know.
- All right,
so we set them fridges...
And that is...
That's just about regulation.
Which of course is...
- Eight degrees.
- Eight degrees.
But ideally, like
the ones around there,
I prefer it to be a bit lower
in the region of five,
would be ideal.
- But eight degrees
is regulation?
- Eight degrees is regulation.
- So we meet regulation?
- You do meet regulation.
- Great.
- But no, what I'm saying is
if you packed that fridge
the circulation of the air
has not been able to get around
and you're gonna have
to waste a load more food.
Okay? Because it's going
to go above eight degrees.
So always err on the
side of caution, Carly.
Like Mr. Lewis said,
the other inspector,
don't risk it for a biscuit.
That's what we try and say.
Sorry. Hello?
All right, it's all right.
Do you want to put
the knife down a second?
- Yes, sorry.
- Thank you.
Let's have a quick word,
just talk me through
what you're doing.
- Well, we're prepping
duck for this evening.
- Prepping duck.
Okay, and how would you do that?
- Well, do what I'm doing now,
and then we pan fry it
and put it in the oven.
- At what temperature would
you cook the duck to?
- 63 degrees.
- 63.
And you check that how?
- With a probe.
- With a probe.
And you do that regularly?
- Every meal.
- And you keep checks.
- Yep.
- Lovely. Thank you.
Um... The tiles, you said,
the structural damage?
- Yeah, contractors
coming tomorrow.
- And as soon as you take
a picture of that,
you can actually
email that to me.
Keeps itching his beard,
do you know that?
- It's fine he washes his hands.
It's fine.
- Well, as long as he does
regularly. Thank you.
You could email me that
as soon as you've got...
- Yeah. Yeah.
- Would you?
- Emily? Emily?
This is our head
of pastry, Emily.
And this is our commie
pastry chef, Jamie.
- Jamie, nice to meet you.
We actually have...
- I was going to say,
I recognize your face.
- We have met before.
Your bakery in Hoxton.
- Rolly Pollies.
- Rolly Pollies!
- Yes, you remember.
- Yes, absolutely.
Your banana cake had
this dark chocolate.
- Thank you very much.
- It's beautiful, isn't it?
- Have you tried it, Jamie?
- I love it.
- He's had it a few times.
- Out of this world.
- How are you?
- I'm not too bad, thank you.
- You good?
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- You look really well.
- No. Now, please.
- Not too bad.
I'm not surprised...
- Emily. Emily.
- Yes, darling?
- You all right?
- Yeah, we're fine.
- I'm not surprised this is all
in order with you working here.
I've been around
about a half hour ago
and it's all tipped off.
- All good?
- Jamie, how long have
you been here?
- About three weeks.
- Excuse me, mate,
how long is this gonna take?
- Um, well, it will take
as long as it takes.
- And I appreciate that,
but we've got to open up.
- We are actually about done,
I'm waiting for you.
Can we just have a quick word?
All right if we go out there?
- Yeah, course, yeah.
- Just you and me. All right.
- It's lovely to see you.
Have a lovely Christmas.
- And yourself.
Jamie. Good to meet you.
(employees mumbling)
Okay. I don't want to keep you
any longer than we have to.
Just take a seat.
Thank you.
So let's see what
we're dealing with here.
Okay. All right.
Sorry. Primarily, that's all the
information you need to know.
I'm not going to go through it
with you all today,
because we're running
a bit behind.
But it's all there,
Carly knows it all.
And, that's your sticker.
You've gone down from
a five to a three.
All right?
I'm going to tell you why.
- That's a big drop, innit?
- It is.
It's primarily because
of your documentation.
Okay? And your record keeping.
And it's quite frankly...
- Wash basin?
- Wash basin.
It's the French... Camille?
French lady?
- Yeah?
- She's washing her hands
in the food preparation sink,
but that's not the main thing
I'm concerned about.
The main thing
I'm concerned about is that...
Could I have your attention?
The main thing I'm concerned
about is this, okay.
You've got big gaps here.
Massive gaps where we should
be filling in daily.
Taking, taking, taking
fridge temperatures.
I'm assured
they're done every day.
But if we come...
- What's with the oysters?
- The oysters over there,
sections a mess.
Okay. I just walked passed him,
he's still not cleaned it up.
His gloves,
he's without gloves,
there's cross-contamination
a lot,
I don't need
to tell you that.
(knife falls to floor)
Okay. You'll need
to replace that knife.
So what is obvious to me
is there's lots of gaps
up until two months ago, it
was filled in quite regularly.
Now, we've got gaps.
Look at where it
should be filled in.
And the opening and
closing checks,
who's meant to do them?
- Yeah. That's me.
- Yourself. Yourself.
Okay. Well, if you're
not able to do it,
someone should come in,
and you should have that
in place for someone to do it.
These are basic things,
Mr. Jones,
and it's gonna
bring your score down.
Can I have your attention?
As soon as we get this done,
I can leave.
And the sooner we get this done,
the sooner we can move on
and get you back up
to where you should be
before this, which was a five.
But your confidence in
management has gone right down,
because of this. All right?
This should be like
an idiot's guide.
So if you're off,
if Carly's off,
for some reason,
anyone could pick this up
and can make this place run
smoothly safely, effectively.
I know it's a pain in the arse,
but it's a necessary pain
in the arse.
Okay. So let's leave it there.
So, you can appeal.
I wouldn't advise that.
I'd say it'd be a waste
of the time, in your case,
but the bottom here
is my email. Okay?
Three months' time,
you get in contact with me
and we'll get you
back up to a five.
If you follow this
criteria, all right?
But you're going to need
to get this in order.
Oh, one last thing.
No glass in the kitchen,
but you knew that.
All right?
Have a good Christmas.
All the best.
Beth, Beth can I have
a quick word?
- Yes, yes, of course.
How was it?
(indistinct chatter)
(employee mumbling)
- Emily! Jamie!
- Yeah. Yes.
- Have a look at that.
What's that say?
- Oh dear, it says a three.
- Sorry.
- It says a three.
- Three, that's fucking massive.
I mean that's a jump
and a half init?
We were a five,
and now we're a three.
He comes down, has a nose about
and that's it, we're a three?
It's a fucking joke. Init?
How do wash your hands, love?
- I know.
- Sorry, what?
- In the sink.
- In the sink. Which sink?
- All right, Andy.
- Back there.
- Which sink?
- Andy.
- Hang on, Carly.
Carly, wait a minute, love.
Carly, this is fucking basic
GCSE fucking...
- Yeah, and it's her first week,
so it's my responsibility.
- It's not her first week in any
fucking kitchen though, is it?
You've worked in kitchens
before haven't ya?
- Yes.
- Yeah, that's why you're here.
You've worked in kitchens
before, yeah?
- Yes.
- Yes, what?
- Yes, Chef.
- Yes, Chef.
So what's that sink for, kid?
- Food.
- For what?
- Food.
- What do you not do
in that sink?
- Wash your hands.
- Wash your what?
- Hands.
- Wash your hands. Yeah.
Fucking gobshite here.
You, using the wrong
fucking sink,
and you, soft ass,
what are you playing at?
- Uh, what do you mean, Chef?
- What do you mean,
what do I mean?
What the fuck are you doing?
- I'm not... I'm not supposed
to be on this section, Chef.
- Tony, how long have you
worked here, lad?
- No, but it's Hobbs...
- Tony.
- Tony, how long have you
worked here, son?
- A year.
- A year.
He's saying you've got
no fucking gloves on.
Cross contamination
with the oysters.
- Chef, sorry.
- Put your fucking gloves on.
- Sorry.
- Put your gloves on, son.
Now, listen, Tony, you buck
your fucking ideas up, lad,
'cause there's a million kids
out there who would die
for this fucking opportunity
that you've been given.
- Yes, Chef. Thank you, Chef.
- Show some fucking respect.
Respect your fucking self.
Pull your fucking socks up.
- Sorry, Chef.
- Yes.
Look, every single one of yous,
that goes for all yous.
Right across the board.
Sort your own fucking
sections out. Yeah?
- Yes, Chef.
- Yes, Chef.
- All right, we're going to get
this back up to a fucking five.
(both): Yes, Chef.
- Okay. All right, where are we?
- Right... We've called in
what we could,
but we're still a bit
tight on some items.
But I think we've still
got a good menu.
So we are fine on the oysters,
the salmon, the liver.
We're a bit low on the soup.
We couldn't get beef anywhere.
- I'm sorry about that.
- It's all right.
The beefs off.
- No, I'll phone him in a bit.
I'll get on Smiths in a bit.
- It's too late.
- It's fine.
We've got mackerel.
We've got duck brill risotto.
Now, we've got just
about enough lamb?
- No, we haven't
got enough lamb.
- We've got enough.
- I've said I'm sorry, lad.
What's your fucking problem?
- What's my problem?
Andy, it's time and time again.
You're not doing
the orders, man.
- Freeman!
- I can't do my work.
- I didn't do them
last night, did I? I'm sorry.
I apologize. Have I said sorry?
Have I said sorry?
- We've blagged it, it's fine.
We've got a menu for tonight.
- I've said sorry.
Can we leave it?
- There's no point crying
about it, is there?
- Can we just get on with it?
- We've just gotta get on
with it. We've go a good menu.
We'll pull together,
we'll be fine. Yes?
- Yes, Chef.
- No, come on. Are you with me?
(all): Yes, Chef!
- Thank you.
- Can we just get on with it?
- Yes.
- Okay. Yeah.
- Watch it, Freeman.
- Okay. All right.
Let's sort it out.
You okay?
- Yes, we're all good.
- Yeah, you sure?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Okay, now, the other thing...
We haven't got any turbot.
- What you mean?
- He threw it away.
- What do you mean he threw it,
fucking hell? Excuse me.
Why'd you let him throw it away?
- It wasn't...
- Do you know how fucking
expensive this stuff is?
- It wasn't...
- Why'd you let him
throw it away, Carly?
- It wasn't labeled.
- What do you mean,
it wasn't labeled?
Why wasn't it fucking labeled?
- Andy, you prepped it
last night.
- All right.
- All right.
- It's all right.
- All right, I'm sorry.
- It's all right.
- I've got fucking loads
going on, sorry, I apologize.
- It's fine. It's fine.
Come on, look,
we need to crack on.
It's all right.
Come on. Come on.
You take five minutes, yeah.
- I'll go and do the orders.
I'll go make the orders now.
- Come on, everybody.
Let's move our arses.
- Yes, Chef.
- Let's shift into gear now.
- I'm sorry.
- It's all right.
- I'm sorry,
can't believe I forgot.
- Are you all right?
Have you slept?
- Chef?
- Yeah, a little bit.
- Okay, but look, next time,
make sure you call me.
- Chef!
- If you call me, I...
- Okay, I know. I know.
All right.
- I've just seen him
on the way out.
We went from a five
to a three star?
- I know, yeah.
- Why?
- The kitchen's fine.
The food's fine and all that.
- So why?
- It's the paperwork.
- Why isn't the paperwork done?
- I'm behind on the paperwork.
- Why?
- I haven't managed it properly.
- That's fucking embarrassing.
- What do you mean, it's
embarrassing? I'll get on it.
- You've got to sort it out.
- It's only for three months.
- We open in 10 minutes.
- Andy, what was that all about?
- She's going on about
this being a three.
I'll sort it. I'll fix it.
- Okay, all right.
Look, Andy, have you
managed to sort through
about a wage increase?
- Yeah, I did. I had a chat
with her last night.
- Yeah and?
- She's gonna get on to it.
- What do you mean
she's gonna get on to it?
- She's got it sorted.
- I told you that job
needs an answer tonight.
- I promise you.
- I need to tell him tonight.
- Carly, I promise you.
I'll have it sorted by tonight.
I promise you.
- You promise?
- Yeah, have I ever
let you down?
- Okay. Yep.
- I've never. Yeah, okay...
Are you okay?
I'm sorry about that.
- It was my fault.
- No, it's my fault.
I shouldn't have shouted at you.
- It's okay.
- Okay.
What are you doing, soft lad?
Give it here, pass it here.
- It's not my section, Chef.
- I know it's not your section,
but were all chipping in,
aren't we?
Give it here.
Watch. Yeah.
Just get it right, yeah?
Twist it, nice and gentle,
get it underneath,
like a motorbike, yeah?
And just caress it through.
- Guys, staff briefing now.
- Beth, we've got
to make this quick.
- What?
- And then pop it.
- We're really behind.
We've got to make this quick.
- Turn that over.
- Come on!
- Come on, everybody.
(phone ringing)
- Andy, don't pick the phone up.
- Hello.
- Andy, staff briefing now.
- Yeah. No, no.
I'm really sorry, love, yeah.
I left you a message.
- Andy, phone down.
- I'm just in a meeting.
I'll phone you back
as soon as I get a chance.
Yeah, all right, bye.
- Come on, where's Robin?
- She's at an audition.
- She's on her way.
- Sorry, that was another day.
- She's on her way.
- She's got time.
- And where's Jake?
- Jake is late.
He's always late, by the way.
You have to do
something about it.
- Okay. Mad Friday, it's going
to be busy, which is good.
And we've picked some more
covers up today.
So we're looking at about 100.
So we've got to turn
the tables over,
but obviously not make people
feel rushed, yeah?
Which we can do.
(phone ringing)
We've got a proposal in tonight.
They're gonna be sat over here,
on table 13.
So yeah,
treat them like royalty.
And celebrity chef in,
Alexander Skye.
He's gonna be sat
in the front.
- Alistair, Alistair Skye.
- Yeah, yeah, him.
He's gonna be sat at the front.
Bottle of Chateau on his table,
Billy, yeah?
- Copy that.
- Good. Swearing?
- Freeman.
- Who could that be?
- Really loud.
- There's no way you could
hear me from back there.
- Well, you're not out here.
I'm out here and I can hear you.
So let's just bring it down.
Good. Anything else been
on the bar that we're low on?
- Low on Cointreau,
low on Prosecco, low on bitters,
I'll just give them halves
for tonight.
- Okay, so we're low
on quite a lot.
Good. Anything else,
from you guys?
- Uh, no, just, we need
to push the veg
and we need to push the fish.
- Sure.
- Okay, push veg, push fish.
We need to take a selfie
for the Instagram.
Everybody in.
Freeman, what are you doing?
Come back.
- Come on, you big Grinch.
- Get squished in.
(all): Merry Christmas.
- Freeman, swearing!
(indistinct yelling)
We're gonna get busy from
early on, so let's get cracking.
(indistinct chatter)
- Why didn't you tell me
Alistair was coming?
- I just told you then.
- Yeah, but why didn't you
tell me when you found out?
- Why would you mind?
- Well, I don't feel like
we're prepped properly.
- Why aren't you prepped?
You should be prepped.
- We're not prepped properly.
If I'd have known, I could've
had everything ready.
- You should have
everything ready, Andy.
- Yeah, but you should
have told me.
When you find these things out,
you should let me know.
That's what you're
supposed to do.
If we have people coming in,
you should let me know.
- I just told you then.
- I used to work for the man,
you know what I mean?
- Then, he's gonna like
what you're gonna do.
Yeah. He's gonna like your food.
It's fine. Don't worry about it.
Are you ready?
'Cause I'm opening
the doors now.
There's people outside.
(phone ringing)
(dishes clattering)
- Here, can you chop those
for us?
- Yeah.
I feel like shit, you know.
- You bonna be all right
if I get off?
- No, what?
- If I get off,
will you be all right?
- No, Andy, don't take the piss.
- I feel awful.
My head's killing me.
- No, no, no, no.
You've just got here.
You just got here.
You're not leaving me
in the shit. All right?
(phone ringing)
It isn't about Alistair, is it?
- No, I'll be all right.
I'll be fine.
- Yeah, of course.
- Fucking knives, where have I
put my knives yesterday?
- I don't know.
We'll get them in a minute.
Look, look, you don't have
to worry about him.
He's just some fucking
tit off the telly.
You're a better chef
than he ever was.
And this is good.
Like, him coming here,
it's good, it's an endorsement.
(Camille grumbling)
- Okay, all right.
Wait, whoa, whoa.
- No, I'm fine.
- You okay?
- Yes.
- Okay, look,
if you feel a bit like,
if you need a bit of help,
just open your mouth, yeah?
- This is completely different
to what I'm used to.
- I know.
- You work so quickly.
You speak so quickly.
- It's the Scouse.
- Well, I can't understand
your accent.
- I know.
- You know me, I'm French,
but it's very
different to what I...
- Look, if you're having
trouble learning,
just ask one of us, yeah?
- Okay.
- Just open your mouth, yeah?
Ask Carly.
Carly will help you out,
or if I'm about,
I'll help you out, yeah?
- Okay.
- How are you doing there, Chef?
- Caressing and finessing, Chef.
- Sorry, lad, what was that?
What did you say?
- Caressing and finessing, Chef.
- Good, lad. Good, lad.
Then, see, just pop it,
that's it.
And turn it nicely.
(phone ringing)
- You just turn it?
- Where's Jake?
- I don't know.
- Keep an eye on him,
please, lad.
- Yes.
- Hello.
Hey, son. Yeah.
What, you came first?
Oh that's great,
that's fantastic.
Yeah, that's superb,
well done, lad.
Yeah, no, I'm sorry
I missed it.
Yeah, I'll call you back
in a bit lad, I'm sorry. Ta-ra.
Where have you been?
- I'm really sorry I'm late.
I tried to get here, Andy.
The trains were late.
Hey, guys, can I have one?
- No. No.
- Just one. I'm hungry.
- You know you're
in trouble, right?
- Robin.
- Yes.
- You're 40 minutes late.
Where have you been?
- I tried to get here
on time, the train...
- I don't want to hear
your excuses. Go serve table
seven now, quickly.
- Okay.
- Off you go.
- How'd the audition go?
- What audition?
You said she wasn't
at an audition.
(indistinct chatter)
(soft jazz)
(table chatting quietly)
- Evening, guys,
so sorry about the delay.
- Oh, it's okay, don't worry.
- I'm Robin, I'm going to be
your waitress this evening.
Can I get you
anything to drink?
- Yeah, I'm going
to order wine for the table.
Can I get a bottle of
the Chateau Marie, please?
- Yeah.
- Is that red?
- Yes.
- Bottle of wine?
- Bottle of wine? Which one?
- You know the one I like,
- She's got expensive taste.
- Rightly so.
- And a bottle,
which is the most expensive?
- It's this one right at
the end, the Sauvignon Blanc.
- Oh yeah, we'll take that
bottle of Sauvignon Blanc
as well, please.
- Amazing. And I can get some
tap water for the table.
- Uh no, no,
not swilling it down with,
you know, I'm paying 200 pound
for a bottle of wine.
Do you do bottle water?
- Oh yeah, sorry.
- Bottle of still?
- Still?
- Bottle of still.
- Yeah perfect.
Bottle of still. Sorry, I'm used
to handing out tap...
- Can I get cranberry juice?
- No, no, no cranberry juice,
we're drinking wine tonight.
You'll be fine.
- Dad, oh my God,
he doesn't drink.
- He's drinking wine tonight.
- Okay, so two bottles of wine
and a bottle of still water.
- Yes, perfect.
- Okay great,
I'll go get that for you,
and I'll come back
to take your food order.
- Thank you.
- Sorry, what was your name?
- Robin. Yeah.
- Thanks, Robin.
(servers chatting quietly)
- Drinks for table seven.
- This is the guy.
- What guy?
- Engagement guy.
- So, you all know?
- We had a staff
meeting about it.
- He's getting engaged here?
- Is she here?
- Dream team,
fold those napkins, look busy,
do not embarrass me.
Beth is on the war path,
come on.
- You'll be fine.
- Thank you.
- I did try to cover for you,
I'm so sorry.
- I know, thank you
for doing all you could.
- But how did it go?
- It was okay.
I think... It's hard to tell,
the casting director
was super like,
not giving me anything.
So, I don't know. We'll see.
- When will you find out?
- Could be next week, or it
could be in three months' time.
Or it could be never.
- Never say never.
- So, maybe I should
just go to the Uni like you
and get a real job.
- Girls, I don't know what
we're having a chit-chat about?
That's been sat there
for 10 minutes.
- Sorry.
- Andrea go and take that
to table seven.
Robin, can you go and straighten
out the tables in front?
(indistinct chatter)
Dean, standing there.
There, just chatting away.
- I told them to fold napkins.
- Oh watch it.
- Sorry.
(diners chatting quietly)
- Hello. So I have
your Chateau Marie
and your Sauvignon Blanc.
Should we start with the red?
- Where's Robin?
- Oh, she had to serve
a different table.
I'm Andrea.
- No worries, yep.
- Keep going.
- Yeah, something you wouldn't
pre-order though,
and it's just like that kind
of thing that you can't...
- Yeah, sort it.
- But it's not just gonna be
in stock though is it?
- It might be.
- Sir.
- Yes, in my own time, yeah?
- What?
- Nice?
- Yeah, it's all right.
Do they not teach you people
how to serve wine?
That's a 200-pound bottle
of red wine.
Let it breathe
a little bit, will you?
- White anyone?
- Do you know what?
Just do us a favor,
just leave the wine there.
I'll sort it out.
- Sure, just let me know
if you need anything.
- Yeah, we will.
- Thank you.
- There you go.
- Thanks so much.
- Wine list for you both.
- Yes, please,
and the cocktail menu.
- Sure.
- Thank you.
- How's Nate?
- He's good, yeah, very good.
He came first in his swimming.
- Did he?
- Yeah.
- He's a good lad.
How's he... how's he coping?
- He's doing all right, yeah.
- Oh listen, I've been trying
to get a hold of Kelly,
I don't know if she's
blanking me or what,
but I have no idea what
to get him for Christmas.
- Get him a Playstation game.
- PlayStation?
- Yeah.
- I didn't know he had
a Playstation.
- Oh, at least not
at Kelly's house.
But he can have one
at my place, can't he?
- What, you go the flat?
- Yeah, I moved in last night.
- Good, that is good.
- That's why I was
all over the fucking place.
- Well, all right.
- You know, I'm sorry.
- Well, at least
you won't be sleeping
on the office floor
anymore, yeah?
- Thanks for covering.
- Just call me
next time, please.
- I really appreciate it.
- If you call me,
I can help you.
If you don't call me,
I can't help you.
- I know. I know.
- Chef?
- Yeah.
- The apple?
- Yeah?
- How do you want it
for the salad?
- Top and bottom,
chop the top and bottom off.
That's it. Yeah.
Okay, and then slice it down.
You got enough oysters there?
- No, I ran out now.
- Okay, so what'd you do
when you run out?
- Yes, Chef.
- What you do when you run out?
- Get some more.
- Sorry, what do you do
when you run out?
- Get some more, Chef.
- Yeah, go on, lad. That's it.
Go on good, lad. Good lad.
All right, chop it again.
Okay and then just...
(speaks indistinctly)
Yep, and again.
And you know what
to do know, yeah?
- Julienne, okay.
- Julienne, there you go.
You're French,
you should know that one.
Yeah, that's good. Go again.
- Chef?
The little guy needs some help.
- Leave him alone,
he thought he found a pube
until he pissed out of it.
(indistinct chatter)
- Hey, you two, pack it in.
Hey, you, sleeves.
What's going on?
What's all this?
- Oh, come on, Andy.
- I mean, why you got all these?
What's all these?
- I'm working for
two people here.
What you mean?
- Look at the state of it,
do you know what I mean?
- What, what you mean?
- Jake's supposed to be here,
that's why.
- Okay, okay.
- Exactly, I don't have
the power of multiplication.
Sadly for you.
- Okay, all right.
- And I have really tough work
here, but suddenly...
- Okay, all right, well,
you're doing great...
- Yeah, I'm doing great, but
I need some help here, you know.
- All right, all right,
just take your time, love, yeah?
(yelling indistinctly)
Just take your time.
All right, there's no need
for that, is there?
- Okay.
- Chef, this it the lemon curd
that we're putting
in the meringue.
- Okay.
- What do you think?
- A bit tart.
- You can change that.
You know what you need
to do, don't you?
- Yeah, he needs
to find something,
bring something else into it.
- Thank you.
- That's my fault.
All right, bring it here,
let me have a look.
- I'll be back in a minute
for a taste.
- What are you gonna do?
- I don't know, I have
biscuits to make too.
- Well, you're gonna
get in a right mess
if you don't start to...
What are you doing?
(Emily crying)
Come here, please,
just put it down for a second.
Okay, look at me, we're not
going to do this now, okay?
- I promise you, I'm all good.
- Shh, I know,
but we'll talk about it.
We're just not going
to do it now, cause there's
too many people around.
We'll just need to do it
together, just me and you.
- Please.
- You gonna be all right,
just now?
- I'm okay.
- Could you do a big
breath for me?
Let's do it together,
'cause I need to as well.
(deep breathing)
Okay, good lad, go on then.
Come on then,
let me have a taste.
Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- Oh! That is gorgeous.
- Really?
- It's just got the right bit
of a sharpness.
- Thank you.
- That is perfect, darling.
- Oh Maria!
- What is wrong with you?
Where the fuck you been?
- What?
- Are you mad?
(laughing): No.
- You're two hours late.
You're two hours late.
- My alarm didn't go off...
- No, no, no, don't come
with this shit.
You have been two hours late
and I've been doing this alone.
- Where you been?
She's working on her own here.
- I was here at 9:00,
30 minutes ago.
- No, you wasn't, lad.
(Emily cackling)
- It's been two hours ago.
- Fucking...
Where's your watch, lad?
Keep the time up,
the poor woman's
scrapping away here on her own.
- Sofia, relax, relax, please.
- Are you guys
having a great time?
Are you having fun?
- Sofia, we love you.
- You don't fucking care
that I'm pregnant, right?
You just... Fucking everybody...
- Relax, relax.
- No, okay.
- No, don't even touch me.
- No, no, Andy, sorry.
- Look, he's here now,
you go and take a little break.
Go on, take a little break.
- You, do some bloody work.
- I want to take a break,
but I don't wanna come back
and find that those aren't done.
- Okay, do some fucking work.
- Start fucking working.
- Have a little break,
go and have a little break.
Let me taste that.
- What's Sofia been doing
all this time?
- Just get yourself working,
Bloody hell.
What do you think?
That's exactly what I wanted
to do. Isn't it gorgeous?
- That's lovely, yeah.
- Thank you, Chef.
- He's got it, hasn't he?
- That's nice.
You've got talent, son.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Yeah, that's really nice.
Yeah, you're going places.
But you're staying here.
No, I want one more.
- I knew he was going to go
back in and have another.
- Beautiful.
- Thank you.
- Hey, you, get them fucking
bins done soon, yeah?
Sharpish. Sort the bins out.
Let me know when they're done.
- Andy, where have you been?
- I was in the back,
helping them.
- Someone was on the phone
asking about the menu,
and I can't find you.
- I was in the back
fixing the desserts.
- It's full in the restaurant,
if someone brings up the menu,
I need to be able to find you.
- Can't you see I'm busy,
you know what I mean?
- We're busy in the front.
Someone asked about the menu...
- I can't be out here
and there at the same time.
- I'm saying I need
to able to find you here.
- I'll be there in a minute,
I was just helping out.
Come here, did you have
a word with your dad?
I asked you to have a word with
your dad yesterday about Carly?
Raising her wages?
- I can't do this now.
It's not the time
to talk about this now.
- Is it possible to get
the wine menu, please?
- Yeah, I'll get the drinks
menu for you now.
- Thank you.
- Hey, Georgie,
two espresso martinis
for table six.
- Dean, what's your job?
- Your what?
- What's your job?
- I'm your sexy supervisor.
- Right, so why is table 14
asking me for a drinks menu?
It's not my... it's not my job.
- Head down, arse up,
do what you're told.
I hear you, I'm on it,
thank you.
- Hi, how are you?
- I'm all right, how are you?
- Good, thank you.
- Sorry I'm a little late.
- Don't worry, have you got
a table booked with us?
- My boyfriend Frank is...
- You must be Mary.
- Yeah, I'm Mary.
- Well, we know everything.
How's your day been?
- It's been long, it's been
long, but it's a Friday.
- Yeah, now you can relax.
- Have a drink.
- I love your headband.
- Ah, thank you.
- It's lovely, nice and sparkly.
- You know, weekend.
- Yeah, it looks good,
but here he is.
- Oh, hi, babe. You okay?
- I'm okay. Was work okay?
- Ugh, long.
- Can I get you a drink?
- I'd love an Old Fashioned.
- All right.
- Two.
- Two Old Fashioneds coming up.
- Also, I sent an email about
her allergies, did you get it?
- Yes, but just remind me,
just in case.
- I'm allergic to nuts.
- Nuts, so all nuts?
- Mm-hmm.
- Okay, I'll pass that
on to the kitchen.
- Thank you.
- You okay?
- Oh, God I never thought...
- All right, so has table 14
got their drinks?
- Pouring them as we speak.
- Can you just speed it up?
No, Billy not helpful, stop.
- Shh.
- Give him some love.
- Okay, Andrea,
can you take that to table,
take that to the kitchen
for allergy for table 13.
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Everything good?
- Um, not really,
table seven are a nightmare.
- Really?
- Yeah, I'll talk to you
about it later.
It's fine.
- Okay.
- I have a nut allergy
for table 13.
Beth wanted me to pass it on.
- Why is it not in the system?
- I... I don't know.
- It needs to be on the system.
All right, service.
- Yeah, Beth just told me
to pass it on.
- For what table?
- 13.
- Okay, no nuts on table 13.
(both): Yes, Chef.
- Just put it on the system,
next time, yeah?
- Yeah, I'll do that.
(paper receipt feeding)
- Look at this shit.
- Okay, okay.
- All right, all right,
it's just someone's forgotten
to change the till roll, again.
Okay, order in:
one crab, one stir.
- Yep. Yep.
- Another followed
by one risotto,
one duck, one brill.
- Oui.
- Oui, Chef.
- Crack on that crab, Tony.
- Yes, Chef.
- They don't know what the fuck
they're doing out there.
(paper feeding)
Ah shit.
- You okay?
- No, look at all
these tables, Andy.
- Okay, don't worry. Right,
give me two minutes, yeah?
Give me two minutes, yeah?
- No, Andy. No, no, Andy, Andy.
- Give me two minutes,
I'll be right back.
I'm gonna say hello.
- Andy, we're going down.
- Just give me two minutes.
You'll be all right.
Help her out, Freeman, lad.
- How long on the duck?
- A minute.
- A minute?
- Yeah.
- Carly, if she needs you, love,
give her a hand, yeah?
(diners chattering)
- Hey, Andy.
- Hello, mate.
- Namaste, Chef, namaste.
Good to see you, mate.
- Nice to see you.
- This is the critic,
Sara Southworth, as you know.
- Hello, love,
really nice to meet you.
- Lovely to meet you.
- Come have a quick glass
with us, yeah?
Just a quickie.
- I should really get back
to the kitchen.
We're snowed under today,
you know what I mean?
- Just have a quick one.
- You have a glass of wine,
all right.
- Okay.
- It's gorgeous.
- Thank you,
thank you very much.
There we go.
- No, there's your glass.
- Cheers, babe.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
- Happy Christmas.
- Happy Christmas.
- Happy Christmas.
- Oh that's nice.
- That is good.
- I had no idea you were coming.
- Well, it was a last minute
thing, you know?
This one mentioned
that he was coming
and I've been wanting to come
here, pre-Christmas treat.
- You're not here
in a work capacity, are you?
- I know that look.
- It's fear, the fear.
- No, no, off-duty, off-duty.
- Okay.
- So just cook whatever
you want, Chef.
- If I'd known you was coming,
I would've made sure...
- Mate, we're the good guys,
the good guys.
- When did you book?
- The book is coming
in February the... 24th.
- No, no, no...
When did you book?
When did you book to come here?
- Sorry, two days ago,
but I phoned you and texted you,
and you didn't get back, but...
- Sorry.
- It's cool, it's fine.
But listen, we're here
to support you.
- Yes, and you know, just...
You don't need my endorsement,
so don't worry about that.
- Great, have
a little look at the...
- Such a buzz in this place,
it's great.
- No, you know, it's busy,
tonight. Very busy.
- I'm busy.
Super busy with the TV stuff
and everything.
It's gone mental, but I mean...
- Is it?
- Yeah, it's been amazing.
I mean, the show's rocketing.
- I saw one episode, it was...
- You're not the only one
that saw one episode,
there's... seven million
people watch it.
You know, full series.
Must be doing something right.
- Yeah, no, it's...
- This menu is, is, is...
I could...
I recognize all of this stuff.
I mean this is...
this is all my dishes.
I mean, I love the way
it's on a bit of paper,
but there's the...
the duck with the soy.
- Yeah, that was my dish.
- Huh?
- That was my dish.
- Well, I can see you've added,
you've added the red chicory,
so that's different.
- He's making out like
it's his first time to see this,
but he was pouring over the
menu in the car, on his phone.
- Mate, you don't go
and see Chelsea
without looking
at the team sheet, do you?
So you don't go and see
a chef's restaurant
without having a look
at the menu.
- Without picking
the menu apart.
- No, no, no, no, mate,
it's amazing,
and you've got this, you know,
you've got all
the classics here.
You've got the crab,
which, which...
- That sounds nice.
- You definitely definitely
added to that crab at ours.
It was amazing
what you did to that.
- Cleaning the crab
was my idea though, Al.
Do you know what I mean?
- Well, it's been around
a while, that dish.
- Yeah, but it was my idea...
- You two.
- To change it with you.
Do you know what I mean?
(Alistair chuckles)
- Come on, mate,
we're not here to criticize.
- Yeah, I fucking hope not.
- I think he's a bit jealous,
but you know...
- Mate, I am jealous.
I'll tell you the honest truth,
this place is amazing,
and I am jealous.
- Thank you.
- Okay, and we're here
to eat your food
and support you, Chef.
- I best get back to work.
- Stop doing that. Yes.
- Just please order
what you want
and I'll take care of it.
- Thank you, thank you.
- It's been really
lovely to meet you.
- Lovely to meet you,
it's our pleasure.
- Thank you, it's a pleasure
having you here. Thank you.
- See you in a bit.
- Thank you, Chef, good luck.
Chef, "Passione",
where we had the crab.
- Yeah 'cause...
Yeah, of course it was
'cause that's where I went
to work after I left you.
That's why I took it with me.
- Excuse me, excuse me.
She's got a question for you.
- Is that Alistair Skye?
- Yeah, yeah it is.
- See I told ya.
- I can't believe it.
(indistinct chatter)
- Have a nice evening.
- Thank you.
- Enjoy your drinks.
- See, I seen him...
(bell dings)
- Service.
Order up, one risotto,
one duck, one mackerel.
- Oui, Chef.
- I can't fucking believe that.
- What?
- He brought that fucking
Sara thingy with him.
The food critic.
- Fucking Sara thingy.
- Sara Southworth.
- Yes.
- You're joking.
- No, I'm serious.
- She's the fucking worst.
- Fucking dick move.
- Good luck.
- I told you, I told you.
- Okay look, we're being
reviewed on table four.
I need you to switch on, yeah?
I need you to swagne
everything on table four.
- Yes, Chef.
- Yes, Chef.
- Great.
Right, okay, if he wants
to play those games,
we can play those games.
- Okay.
- All right. It is fine.
You all right?
- Yeah, let's get going
on what we got.
- Okay, two lamb,
starters gone on table two.
Main's away on table 20.
Table five's working.
- Okay.
(paper feeding)
- Yes, yes, yes, yes. Okay.
How long on table five?
- Here.
- About 90 seconds. Tony,
come and give me a push, mate.
- On my way.
- Yeah.
- How you getting on?
- Good, ah fuck.
Tony, keep turning,
keep turning.
- Camille, how long
on that garnish?
- 20 seconds.
- Make that ten, bit of a rush.
- Keep turning, keep turning.
(indistinct chatter)
- It's good to go.
- How long on the duck?
- It's coming. It's coming.
(bell dings)
- Plate, love. Thank you.
- Keep looking at it.
Turn. Turn, turn, thank you.
- I need the duck sauce, please.
- Okay.
- Ready?
- Yeah.
- Yeah?
- Sure.
(Chef Andy screaming in pain)
- Shit.
- Fuck, it's all right,
it's all right.
Clean that up, please.
Sorry, lad.
- Yes, Chef.
- Fucking hell.
It's me own fault.
- Okay, can you get me
a new sauce
as soon as possible, please?
- Chef, a word.
What did I just say
about swearing?
- What do you mean?
I've just burnt me hand.
- I just said it in the meeting.
Just said it.
- And I've just burned
me fucking hand.
- We're full in the restaurant,
you're swearing really loudly.
I just said bring it down.
- What do you mean swear loudly?
How else are you
supposed to swear?
- Swear quietly.
- Chef!
- What?
- Is it okay if I take
the bins out?
- Yes, yes, yeah,
go and do the bins.
- Yeah, right, the bins.
- Yeah, get the bins done.
Hurry up, lad.
- You need to get it sorted.
(sirens wailing)
(bass music pumping)
- Ho ho, motherfucker.
- You all right?
How's work?
- It's stress. Stressing me.
- Sorry, what were you saying?
- You weren't even listening.
- No, no.
- You weren't even listening.
- Nah, I was.
What do you want?
Henry, wasn't it?
- Yeah, yeah.
- All right.
- Yeah, I'm sick.
- All right, I put a bit
of extra in there.
You paying for this one or?
- Yeah, no. Take.
- That's like the fourth one,
takes the piss, you know.
- It's okay, Holly, relax.
It's okay.
What you doing tonight?
- I'm just gonna
go see Kylie, mate.
Got to drive for a bit,
'cause I'm a bit hungry.
What time do you finish here?
- Uh, 12.
- Oh yeah?
- 12, yeah.
- We'll still be back,
so I'll come pick you up.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, man.
- And tomorrow?
- Yeah, go and fuck off then.
- Fuck you, bitch.
- You just call me a bitch?
- What? What?!
- Yes, you did.
Man, get the fuck out my car.
- Piss off. Shut up.
- Shut up, man.
Shut the door then.
- Your car looks like shit.
(slams door)
- Don't kick the door,
you prick.
(Jake chuckling)
(dogs barking)
- Fucking soft arse.
(Jake softly humming)
(engine revving)
(dishes clanking)
Chef, Chef.
Done your bins.
- Good, lad,
nice one, thank you.
- Service on table 20.
(bell dings)
(paper feeding)
(soft jazz playing)
(indistinct chatter)
- Here's your meals.
- Thank you.
- No problem, is there anything
else I can get for you?
- No, I think that's it,
thank you.
- Sure.
- Yeah.
- Excuse me, sweetie pie, let's
have a little chat with you.
- Sure.
- To be honest like,
pumpkin risotto,
this menu's not really for us.
- I don't really understand
anything that's on it.
- Could we just get
steak and chips, please?
- We don't have any steak,
What we have is on the menu.
- You don't have steak?
- Steak tartare?
You must have steak,
you're a restaurant.
- Have you got Instagram?
- I do.
- 'Cause if you have a look,
I have 30,000 followers.
So what's good for me,
is good for you,
is good for the business.
- Could you not record me,
- Maybe I'll just have a word
with your manager.
- You know what, I'll go
and get my manager for you.
- Thank you.
I can't stand it
when waitresses don't smile.
(indistinct chatter)
- I know, her tits
are fucking lively, right.
- Hi, gents, how are we?
- Good evening.
- How darling, you all right?
- Good, thank you.
My waitress just said
you're Instagram influencers.
- That's right.
- Well, actually, I was on TV.
- Here we go.
- Oh, what show were you in?
- I was on Text my Ex.
- I used to watch that.
- He came third.
- Second, actually.
- Oh my God.
- She was a bit moody and
we just want steak and chips.
- Oh, I do apologize,
yeah, sure, we can do that.
- Tag a little bit of photos...
- That would be great.
And maybe follow us
on Instagram.
- Yeah, not a problem.
- Great, how would you like
your steaks cooked?
- Medium rare for me.
- Medium rare, and for you?
- Medium rare.
- Medium rare, and for you?
- Just cremated for me,
please, love. Well, well done.
- Really well done.
And can I get you
a complimentary round of drinks?
- A couple of beers,
maybe a bottle of red
to go with the steak.
- Take some pictures,
stuff like that?
- Sure, that would be amazing.
Coming up, no problem.
- Grab yourself a glass as well.
- Yeah, come join us.
(indistinct chatter)
- Lemon drop for you, yeah?
- Yeah.
- I'm a whiskey sour, please.
- Whiskey sours.
- Wait, what did you just say?
- A whiskey sours.
- No, what accent is that?
- Glasgow.
- Oh yeah.
- I'm sorry, ladies,
A whiskey sour times two.
- This is so good.
He's good.
- What about for you,
darling, what do you want?
- Well, I normally have
like a Long Island iced tea,
but I just think like,
in this dress?
- That dress to me
is screaming a woo woo.
- I'm sorry, a what?
- A whoop whoop.
(girls giggling)
Trust me you'll love that,
it's tasty, it's tasty.
Are you guys going out tonight?
- Yes.
- Wait, listen, I'm a DJ.
- Are you?
- Aye! I mean, moonlighting
as a waiter obviously.
At the Dalston Superstore,
do you know it?
Just right around the corner.
- That's the gay bar, right?
- Yeah, yeah,
my husband's on the door.
I can get you on the list
if you want to come?
- Oh sweet, yes.
- You're up for it?
Listen, you are my
favorite table tonight,
so I'm gonna get you some shots.
- Yes.
- Okay.
- Jgerbombs? Jgermeister,
do you like that?
- What's Jger?
- Jgermeister.
It's Jgermeister with Red Bull.
- Oh like, the brown stuff?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Oh my gosh,
that's cough syrup stuff.
- Oh no, no, I'm allergic.
- Six tequilas.
- Yes.
- Love it.
I need to get back to work,
'cause yous will absolutely
get me in trouble.
- No, stay.
- That's not on the menu.
Oh, for fuck's sake.
(Dean grumbles)
I love my job.
I love my job.
I love my job.
She fucking pulled my panty!
- Well, that's offensive.
- Shut up. Is it offensive?
- It is offensive.
- Billy, can I get a coffee,
please, a really strong one?
Thank you.
- Do you want something
special in it?
- Aye!
- Hey, hey, lower man.
(Freeman Laughing)
- We don't have steak
on the menu.
- I know we don't,
can you please just do it?
- No, look we're too busy to be
going off course like this.
Look how busy we are.
- You're not even that...
- What's up?
- She wants steak.
I told her we don't
have steak on the menu.
- If we're busy,
why you out the back?
Why are you out the back again?
We need three steaks.
- She's not listening to me.
I keep telling her we don't
have steak on the menu.
- Yeah, but you have beef,
don't you?
- We've got beef,
but it's for tomorrow.
- So just slice three steaks
off that, it's not hard.
- Camille, do me a favor,
chop some spuds.
Let's make some chips, yeah?
- Andy...
- No, it's all right.
- It's chips, like fritters.
Like fries.
(overlapping chatter)
- I do not believe this.
- It's all right,
don't worry about it.
Can you get me...
- For fuck's sake, Andy.
- Why do you always
give in to her?
- What do you mean,
give into her?
Fuck off, I'll do it myself,
for fuck's sake.
- Don't forget
to put on your nabs.
- Okay.
(busy signal)
- Close that door.
(door closing)
All right,
cut me three off that.
- Yes, Chef.
- Good?
- Alistair's table.
- Okay, um...
- What do you want to do?
- Right, you do the starters
and I'll do his mains, yeah?
- All right.
- Okay. Call it.
- Two covers,
two crab, two duck.
- Oui.
- Yes, Chef.
- Okay. Tony?
- Yep.
- I need you to make sure
the starters don't go out
before I check them, all right?
- Yes, Chef.
(speaking French indistinctly)
- Tony? What are you doing?
How many times have you been
told today about these dishes?
- Jake is supposed to be
clearing this up, Chef.
- What do you mean, Jake?
- Jake is supposed to be
clearing it up.
I don't know where he is.
- Oh, for fuck's sake.
Move... Freeman!
- What is you talking about?
- What the fuck are you doing?
Quick, get out,
get out there now.
Fuck's sake, come on.
- Carly, you've got to fire him.
- Yes, I know, Sofia.
- It's not enough
just to tell him.
He doesn't listen.
- Still wanking, yeah?
- Ah, Tony, funny.
- Are you all right?
- Yes, you all right, yeah?
- Take these and stop wanking.
- Yeah, wanking off your mother.
- Wanking off my mom, yeah?
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- You're an idiot, bro.
- You are useless,
but I love you.
- I love you too.
- Hey, what's the score?
- 2-1.
- 2-1?
- Right, that's good to go.
- How is he still working here?
- What do you mean?
- I just caught him out there
watching fucking football
on his phone.
Tony is drowning
in trays over there.
- I'll have a word with him.
- You need to do more than
have a word with him.
- All right, I'll dock
his fucking wages.
- Yeah, you keep saying that.
- Chef, how's this?
- Yes. They look brilliant.
Yes, yes, yes,
well done, keep that up.
They look fantastic.
- Thank you, Chef.
- Chef?
- Service on table four.
(bell dings)
- Chef?
- Yeah.
Table seven said
the lamb is under-cooked.
- What?
- They want it
to be cooked again.
- No, that's fine,
it's supposed to be pink.
- I did try and explain
that to them,
but they told me they
wanted it cooked again.
- Did you explain it to them?
- I actually did.
- What's the problem?
- What table?
- Seven.
- They didn't ask
for it well done.
If they'd asked
for it well done...
- That's lamb, darling,
that's how it's supposed to be.
It's supposed to be pink.
- Yeah, I know,
I did explain that to them,
they still didn't listen to me.
- Okay, what table is it?
- Seven.
- Let me go and fucking
explain it to them.
- No, no, no.
Leave it, leave it.
Just fry the shit out of it.
Grill the arse off it.
- That's how it's supposed
to be cooked.
- Turn it into fucking charcoal
and lower your voice.
- Explain next time, please.
- Yes, yes, I will.
- For fuck's sake.
- Why was that plate sent back?
- It's fine, we've sorted it.
- Well, what's the problem?
- There is no problem.
- Well, what's the problem?
Why has it been sent back?
I'm asking what the problem was.
- They said it was too pink.
- Right, so the customer
wasn't happy?
That's what the problem was?
- No, the problem wasn't that.
The problem is your staff isn't
explaining how we do these...
- So it's my staff's problem.
'Cause it is that.
They've sent the plate back,
because they're not happy
with the food.
- The lamb is supposed
to be pink.
Do you understand that the lamb
is supposed to be pink?
- It's not my staff's issue,
it's not about that.
- Do you understand that
the lamb is supposed...
- I'm saying the customer's
always right.
- Look, look, look...
Do you know how the dish
is supposed to be?
- Girls, girls, girls.
- No, no, no.
Do you know how the dish is
supposed to be cooked? Do you?
Because what keeps happening,
is that plates keep
getting sent back
because you're not fucking
training your staff properly.
- That's not my...
- Yes, it is.
We are working our fucking
arses off here and you...
You know what, Andy?
I'm sick to the back teeth
of your fuckups
being blamed on us.
Look how hard
everyone's working here.
Look how hard everyone
is working to earn you money,
but you keep...
You just haven't
got a fucking clue.
We run off our arses here,
because you hold the book.
But you're so fucking stupid
that you don't even know
that you've done it, do you?
Do you realize that you
have overbooked?
- Carly.
- No? No?
And on top of that,
she's asking us to go off menu,
to cook fucking steak
for some bullshit influencers.
And never put the allergies
on the system,
so we're having to refer
to your scrawny handwritten
fucking note all night.
Do you know how much
pressure we're under?
You know maybe, maybe, maybe...
Okay, maybe if you spent
half as much time
learning how to run a restaurant
instead of whoring your arse
on social media like
a budget fucking Kardashian,
then we wouldn't be so much
in the shit that we are now.
You talk to us all like
we are the dirt on the bottom
of your fucking shoe.
Well, I'll tell you something,
I've had enough of it.
I do not fucking like you.
They don't like you.
Nobody likes you.
And this job is not worth it.
I do not get paid enough
to deal with this shit.
I don't get paid enough,
do you hear me?
Even with the wage increase.
So you better adjust
your attitude, love.
- What wage increase?
- Girls, girls.
Come on, not right now.
- What?
- Leave it. It's okay.
- What?
- Leave it.
- She talks to me like
that again, she's gone.
- Okay.
Listen, listen, listen.
(Beth crying)
(door latches)
(Beth sobbing)
(Beth): Dad, could you...
could you call me back
when you get this, please?
I don't...
I don't think I'm meant
to be doing this.
I don't really know
what I'm doing, and...
no one really likes me here.
Can you just
call me back, please?
(toilet flushes)
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, fine.
- We had two walk-ins
at front desk.
- Okay.
- I just wanted to get...
(diners and music roaring)
- Maybe you could
let me do my work.
- I'll try.
- Okay.
Hi, guys,
here's the extra bottle.
Should I just swap,
switch it out?
- Yeah, switch it out,
that's great.
Also, can I get like a ramekin
dish with some zatar?
- Yeah, sure, absolutely.
- This is so good.
but it just needs a little...
(Guttural sound)
You know?
- No worries at all.
I'll get that now.
- Thank you. Thank you.
- Zatar?
I mean, you can't turn off
the chef for just one night?
- Hmm, listen, this is great,
it's 98 percent there.
- What's missing?
- Two percent, two percent.
- Ah, you're funny.
- You know, Andy always needed
me to push him to greatness.
Never, never ever
achieved it on his own.
But he will.
- I'm sure, I mean, I like it.
Not everything has
to have liquid nitrogen,
or rubble of nuts,
or you know...
- Yeah, humor me, okay? Just...
- We have the same thing.
- Just, tell me
what I'm tasting?
Come on.
- It's... It's unpretentious.
- Mm-hmm.
- It doesn't complicate itself.
It's... lovely, it's simple.
- It's what?
- It's simple.
- Simple.
So we're talking
about unpretentious,
simple food
and paper menus.
- What are you
trying to do here?
- Do you want me to give them
a bad review or what?
- That's my friend.
He's my friend.
I don't want you
to give him a bad review.
I just want you to be honest
about what we're eating.
- Okay, good,
because I quite like it.
And reviewing is like sex,
you go by what's there,
not by what's not there.
You know.
- Just eat your food.
- Elvis, you have left
the kitchen,
so let's just enjoy
what is here.
- Here is the zatar for you.
- Thank you. Now watch.
- Oh, amazing.
- Right?
- Don't, don't, don't.
You don't have
to put it on mine.
It looks like, it looks like...
- You're gonna be drinking.
- What's he like?
- Just really charming
and handsome, and nice.
- Oh he's really charming?
- Yeah. Yeah.
- Oh cool, cool.
Maybe he gives you
a ride home tonight.
- Yeah, maybe.
- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.
- All right, cool.
- I'll ask him actually.
- That's no problem.
- Psst, what's
Alistair Skye like?
- I was just saying that
he was really charming.
- Oh, you fancy him.
Oh, Billy, you're the one
she loves though.
- Oh really?
It doesn't seem that way.
- Do not say that.
That's embarrassing.
(overlapping chatter)
(bell dings)
- Service for table seven.
(group continues
quietly chatting)
- All right,
here's your cremated lamb.
Andrea, I wasn't having
a go at you.
Please, just them just tell them
that's not how it's
supposed to be cooked.
- I'll pass the message on.
- Thank you.
- Here's your lamb, sir.
- What's that?
- It's the lamb that we've...
- Not that. That!
- If you want,
I can take it back.
- No, get your dirty
fingerprints of my plate.
- The kitchen did want me
to let you know that,
usually, lamb should
be cooked pink,
but just for you,
we cooked it extra well done.
- Yes, I know that.
- I hope you enjoy your meal.
Have a lovely evening, guys.
(diner grumbles)
- Head-to-toe sunburn.
(diners laughing)
Are you done with these?
- It was fabulous.
- Yes, thank you very much.
- I'll get your mains, okay?
- Mains away table 13,
no nuts.
- Oui.
- Yes, Chef.
(men quietly conversing)
- Listen, Carly,
I'm just about to speak
to table seven with the lamb,
could we maybe get a drink
and talk later?
- Sure, all right.
- Okay, good.
- Chef, we're out
of house dressing.
- Uh, okay, just...
- Do you want me just
to use something else?
- Uh yeah, yeah,
give me a minute.
Give me a minute.
Okay, yeah, what's wrong?
- I have to serve
these now, uh...
What do you want me to do?
- Is that the... Make some more,
make some more.
- But I have to take
these right now.
- Okay, just use that then.
- Okay.
- But make some more
of that though yeah?
- Yes.
- Use that for now.
That'll be all right,
no one will know.
- Okay.
- Make some more though.
Make sure you make some more up.
For fuck's sake,
fuck these things.
(paper printing)
- You all right?
- No, I'm fucking exhausted.
- Whoa, whoa, hold on.
Okay, order in,
one oysters, one crab,
one duck, one mackerel.
- No, no, no,
you'll have to hold that.
Take that back.
- Hold on, hold on.
- It's gonna go over.
- Just leave it, hold it.
- Service on table 13.
(bell dings)
Service on table 13.
(bell dings)
You all right?
- Where's the fucking bin?
- You all right?
- It's all right, I'll fix it.
- All right,
drink up, lovely people.
- Okay, guys, here we go.
- Where'd she go?
- She left me.
- What?
- Nah, the toilet.
- Give me the signal
when it happens, yeah?
- Don't you worry, mate.
- Hello, my lovely.
- Hello.
- How are you?
- I'm great.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
- Do you want
to go out tonight?
- Yes.
- You do?
You don't want to go out
with Alistair Skye?
- No, I guess
I'll go out with you.
- My place?
- Uh, excuse me, no.
We're gonna go out tonight.
Do you wanna come with us?
- You're going out?
I'm DJing at the club.
- Fuck off you're DJing
at the club, which one?
- I know where we're gonna go.
- The SuperStore.
- Yes.
- Yes, let's go.
- Are the Americans
coming by any chance?
- Yes, the fucking
Americans are coming.
- Is it? Americans and...
- This is a joke.
13's mains are gone?
Hold on, hold on.
Has 13 gone away?
- Yeah, yeah, 13 is gone.
- Cheers, pal, thank you.
- All right.
You good?
- Yeah. Yeah.
- How long on the sauce?
How long on the sauce, Andy?
- This can't go any longer,
it's gotta go.
- Okay, all right.
- Let's get this going,
all right.
- Yeah.
- Yep.
- Okay.
- Okay, you missed
a piece there, yeah?
- Yeah, yep.
Here's two.
Let's clean that.
- Wipe that plate off.
- Yep, all right, all right.
- Yeah? Yeah?
- All right.
- Yeah, you've got it?
- Yeah, you happy?
- No, No, I'll do it.
I'll take it.
- All right.
- I'll take them.
Away on table four, yeah?
- Yeah, yeah, got it.
- Good? Good?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Okay.
Camille, check them chips, love.
- Oui, Chef.
- Great, thanks, man.
Ah, look at that.
Amazing. Amazing.
- Where's she gone?
- She's just making a call.
- That's good, Chef,
that's really good.
Sauce is, something not
deep about the sauce.
- Just didn't have enough time.
- Didn't have enough time.
It's good though,
it's just millimeters.
- I wish I would have known
you was bringing her.
- Why?
- Well, then,
we could've got ready.
Do you know what I mean?
- You are ready. This is great.
- Bit strong, isn't it,
bringing her along?
- We're the good guys,
we're here for you.
- Does your missus know
she's out with you?
You know, mate, I'm not
being funny or nothing.
What's this all about?
- Mate, you haven't
returned a call to me
in six fucking weeks,
all right.
I shouldn't have to come
down here, all right,
to find out how we're doing?
You understand what I'm saying?
Six fucking weeks.
You know, you want to know
what this is about?
This is about you taking
200 thousand fucking pounds off
- Excuse me?
- Sorry.
200 thousand.
- Could we just have
a quick picture?
Bit of a fanboy moment,
is that all right?
- Cause you disappeared off
the face of the fucking earth.
Yeah, no come on,
come on quick lads, lads.
- You take it all right?
- Thank you for this.
- Can you get
two or three, mate?
- Hey Chef, disappear
off the fucking earth.
- Hey.
- Nice one mate.
- All right lads.
- Thank you.
- Could we get some sparkling
water for the table please.
- He's the head chef, mate,
ask one of the girls.
Ask one of the girls.
- He's already here.
- Just ask one of the girls.
- Sorry about that, sorry, Chef.
- Can I get you
anything else at all?
- Mate, I'm months away, really.
Okay, all the TV,
and the blah, blah, blah.
I'm months away from
going under, I mean it.
All right, I need,
I need that money.
- I can't give it to you, Al.
I haven't got it.
I don't have it, mate.
I was trying to pay you back
bit by bit.
- Well, that's no fucking use
to me anymore, mate. I need it.
Do you understand
how many people are going to
go out of work if I go under?
I need you to help me, mate.
I need you to give me the money.
- Well, I haven't got it.
I can't give you what
I haven't got.
- You know what you do have?
You've got this place.
This place
is fucking gold, okay.
Perfect what we're doing here,
but do it together.
We could go back together.
- Listen, I've already
got a partner in it.
- Mate, whatever partner
you've got you, let me in, okay?
- This is mine.
- This place is great,
but it doesn't make
a fucking penny
'cause you don't have
a business mind. I do.
You do what you do in there,
and let me do what
I do out here.
We split it 70-30.
- I can't do that.
- Why?
- I've got other partners.
- You've got 30 percent to
split anyway you fucking like.
All right, 30 percent
of a lot is a lot, okay?
Agree to this,
and it won't just be Sara
who'll do good reviews.
You'll get reviews
from everyone in town.
Please, I need this.
Hey, babes.
- Hi, sorry, sorry, just
on the phone with my kids.
Who are at my ex's,
it's just a...
Well, this looks great, Chef.
- Thank you.
- Well! Beautiful!
How are you, what have I missed?
- Nothing, we're just
catching up.
This is great, by the way.
You wait 'till you taste this.
- It's beautifully cooked.
- Thank you.
- Where's it from?
- We sourced
the duck from Smiths.
- Best meat supplier
in the world.
We always used them
at my restaurant.
- No, it's beautiful.
Well done, I mean, I don't
know how you juggle both this,
and life and...
Have you got kids?
- Yeah.
- Yeah? How old?
- I've got a little boy.
- Yeah.
- Nathan.
- That's nice,
that's a good name.
Me, I've got two,
but both girls and...
You know, I was just
on the phone trying to explain
why I have to be out
for just one night.
I'm glad I'm here, but you just
always feel like you're a...
You have to apologize for...
Just needed a break,
and uh...
How do you two not burn out?
- Fuck's sake.
- It's a...
- You know... You know
the way to not burn out?
You know the way to achieve
a successful restaurant?
Is confidence and
a great team. Right, Chef?
You can have
a very mediocre chef,
surrounded by a great team
and you've got
a successful restaurant.
- Or you can have a shit chef
surrounded by a great team.
- Well...
Good for you two.
I think men have
an easier time of it.
- You know what your fault is?
You've made one mistake
in your life,
and that was marrying
the man you married.
(phone ringing)
- Well, I didn't exactly think
I was marrying a selfish,
pretentious, narcissist.
- You married a narcissist?
Now, who falls in love
and marries a narcissist?
- Excuse me, I'm sorry,
I've just gotta take this call.
Okay, sorry.
Hello. Hello, son.
Yeah, yeah, no,
I'm really sorry.
I said I'd try
and call you back.
- Can somebody help me?
She's having a stroke! Help!
- Son, I've got to go,
I'll phone you back in a minute.
I promise you.
- Is she allergic to anything?
- Let's get you outside,
- What's happened?
- She's having a shock.
- Do you want to come with me?
- Is she okay?
- I'm just on the phone
for the ambulance.
- Was that the food, Andy?
- I have no idea, I...
I don't know.
- Chef, she all right?
- Yeah, I think so, yeah.
Yeah, she's all right.
I have no idea.
- What is going on out there?
There's all this...
- I have no idea.
I don't know, she...
- What happened?
- I have... I have no idea.
I don't know.
- I don't understand
what's going on out there.
- I don't know.
Just give me a minute.
Give me a minute.
- It's not there, at all. Fuck!
- I know, I don't really
understand what happened.
- Is she okay?
- I think so, yeah.
I'm just checking up now.
(indistinct chatter)
- She okay?
- She must be so hurt.
- Excuse me, excuse me,
you had one job.
One fucking job.
Look what you've done
to my girlfriend.
- We're really sorry.
- No, this is a shamble.
You ruined everything.
- Calm down. Calm down.
- Do you have a like a jacket,
or blanket or something?
Because my jumpers is in there.
I think she's having
an allergic reaction.
- She's having an
allergic reaction?
- She's allergic to nuts.
- How did it not get
in the system?
- I don't know.
- Has nobody put it
in the system?
- Yeah. I'll let you know
in a sec what's going on.
- What happened?
(diners chatting)
(sirens wailing)
- I've got the jacket.
- You have to go
around the one way...
- Give it to me.
- Give it, put it around her.
- Is there anything else
you want me to get for you?
- No, there's nothing,
go, go, go.
- Fucking hell.
- I'm just going to...
- Andrea, I know, I just
want to say you've done
really well tonight,
and so, thank you.
It's been a really tough night.
Maybe we could get a drink
or something in the week?
- That would be nice.
- I'm just going to go flag
the ambulance down.
Do want to go check
that Dean's okay?
I think I can hear them, I'm
just gonna flag them down.
- They're literally
seconds away.
- Breathe in your nose,
through your mouth.
In your nose,
out through your mouth.
Think of Finland, yeah?
When we go to Finland
and look at the stars...
- They're asking for things
I don't know, detail...
- Okay, okay.
- It's fine, it's fine.
- Hello? Yes, her name's
Mary Glaster.
- Just keep breathing, okay?
It's gonna be all right.
- How the fucking hell
did that happen?
- I have no idea, I don't know.
Okay, there is nothing
I can do now.
- Mate, mate, you've got
to concentrate. Okay?
How did that plate
get contaminated?
- I have no idea.
I don't, I don't know.
- Who cooked the meal?
- It would have been...
- Who's the sous-chef?
- No, it would've been Freeman,
Carly would have sent it out.
- Listen, Carly has got
to take the bullet for this,
'cause otherwise you will.
This is your restaurant,
this is my money, okay?
You have to put Carly on it.
- I'm not doing that.
- Why?
- It's not Carly's fault.
- It doesn't matter
whose fault it is.
Fault leaves with her
in this ambulance, all right.
You've gotta do this. You've
gotta make the right decision.
And make it right now.
- I can't do that.
- You've got to do it.
You've got no fucking choice.
Thank you, guys,
she's just over here.
Quick as you can, please.
- Hi, how are you?
- Hi, okay.
- Hi, Mary.
My name's Lola,
this is Catherine,
we're gonna help you, okay?
Would you be able to tell me
what it is that you've eaten?
- Has she got an EpiPen?
- Yes, she does.
- Has she used it?
- Yeah, about five,
ten minutes ago.
I don't know.
Is she going to be all right?
- She's gonna be fine.
She's in safe hands now.
I'm just going
to take your pulse, Mary.
- Breathe really slow for me.
That's it.
- Come on, babe,
I'm with you. I'm with you.
It's all right.
- Nice and really nice and slow.
Really slow deep breathes.
- Okay, pulse is fast,
but weak.
I'm just gonna
give her an EpiPen.
- Catherine is just gonna give
you another EpiPen, all right?
- Just a short sharp prick.
Okay, Mary? Well done.
- You're doing really well.
- Is she okay?
- She's gonna be fine.
- All right,
should we get in the back?
- We're just gonna pop her
in the ambulance.
Okay, I'm just going
to stand you up,
and get you into the chair,
and then put you into
the ambulance. Okay?
- Thank you.
- That's it, thank you.
- There we go.
- Well done, Mary.
Well done.
- It's okay, I've got you.
- Put that back on for you.
That's it.
- Well done.
- Keep with her.
- Breathe in nice
and slow for me.
Did you drive?
- Can I come with you?
- Yeah.
- You're doing
really well, okay?
- Well done,
you guys, well done.
- Thank you.
- Hey I'm sorry for...
- I'm so sorry.
I'm really sorry.
- Say nothing,
he's done nothing wrong.
Stop apologizing.
Let my PR company
take care of this.
All right, you leave it to me.
All right?
- I can't do that.
I can't get rid of Carly.
- Listen to me.
This is no request, all right?
This is a 200 000 pound
fucking order.
You do the right thing
or you go under and so do I.
(dogs barking)
- Fuck.
- I'd be great
if you could delete it.
- You said that you wanted.
- I'm just asking you
to delete it...
- Beck, back kitchen, please.
- Yeah, sure.
- Chef, chef, chef?
- Yeah.
- Great.
- Is she going to be okay?
- Yeah, she's gonna be fine.
- Is she all right, Chef?
- Yeah, yeah, she's okay.
Back kitchen now.
Back kitchen now.
Back kitchen.
Back kitchen.
Okay, uh...
So what table was it?
- 13.
- 13, okay.
What did he order?
- They had the salmon
and the crab.
- Two Old Fashioneds.
- And they had two mackerel
for main.
- Okay. Okay, so...
So, the main was okay.
- Yeah, we've been through it,
there was no nuts
in any of those dishes.
We called it.
- Okay, and you sent them out?
- Yeah, yeah,
and there was no nuts.
There was no nuts in that dish.
- Okay, what was the main again?
- It's mackerel with the...
you know, we changed it,
because of the order. So,
we changed it to the apple salad
and the horseradish dressing.
- There were no allergens
in my section.
- Okay, so we're good then,
so we're all good.
- Um, the other plate did
not have horseradish dressing.
- So what did it have
on it, then?
- The other one?
I asked you, you know,
we ran out of it.
- And I told you
to make some more.
- No, but for the other plate,
you asked me...
- Yeah, but I told you
to make some more.
- Yes, but for the other plate
you asked me
to use the other one.
- Okay, so that's all right,
though, isn't it?
- Yes.
- What... What's in it?
- Lemon juice, miso paste,
rice wine vinegar,
walnut oil, and chives.
- Walnut oil.
- Oh, darling.
- Oh, it's all right, love.
It's all right,
it's not your fault.
- Okay.
- She's in the ambulance.
She's not, I mean, it's not...
I don't think it's that
massive of an issue.
- You really are fucking
stupid, aren't you?
No, seriously.
You really are fucking stupid.
What do you mean,
it's not much of an issue?
Now, what do you mean,
it's not much of an issue,
'cause there's a girl out there
that's probably gonna fucking...
- Chill, chill.
- No! No, Tony!
There's a girl out there
that's probably gonna die.
She's crying her eyes out,
but actually, you know
who's fucking fault this is?
Let's be really honest about it.
You're not gonna say it, Carly,
so I'm gonna fucking say it.
Andy, this is your
fucking fault, my man.
- Freeman. No, no...
- 'Cause you don't
turn up on time.
You don't do the orders.
You don't do the prep.
You don't give a fuck about us.
You fucking come in
stinking of booze.
You're a fucking...
(everyone yelling)
- Stop it!
Stop it!
- Everybody needs to calm down.
- Get him out of here!
Go on, out from here!
We've still got tables.
Go on.
- Carly, it was my fault.
I told her to use the other one,
it was my fault.
- All right.
- I'm fucked, Carly.
- All right, all right,
come on, come on, come on.
You just need to stay calm,
all right. Yeah?
Take a deep breath,
just take a deep breath.
- What am I gonna do?
- We'll get through it,
all right?
- It was my fault though.
- Yeah, okay, okay, okay,
but you need to take it
one step at a time.
All right? Yeah?
- Andy... Chef, we good?
- No, no, no.
- Fuck off you, get out,
fucking get out!
- All right!
- Fuck off!
Get out of my kitchen!
- Fucking lunatic!
- What are you doing?
- Carly, he wanted me
to throw you under
the bus, Carly.
- What are you talking about?
- Honest to God,
he told me to let you
take the blame for this.
That fucking twat.
- I can't take the blame
for this, it's not my gaffe.
I can't take the blame.
- I know it was my fault.
- So that makes no sense, Andy.
It makes no fucking sense.
- Carly, you don't understand,
I'm in the shit.
- Don't tell me
I don't understand.
I don't understand?
I'm here covering you arse
every fucking single day, Andy.
I can't fucking take it anymore.
- Oh, Carly.
- No, no, no, no!
No, no, no, right?
I just fucking...
- Carly, I'm sorry.
- No.
I've heard it a lot, Andy.
I've heard it a lot.
This wasn't, don't do...
- Carly, I'm so sorry.
- Stop it. Stop it.
Stop it.
I have to go.
I have to go.
- Hey, Carly, don't.
- I have to take
that other job, Andy.
I can't do this.
Don't, please.
- Okay.
- Yeah?
You get it?
Yeah, you understand?
- Yeah, okay. I get it.
- Please, please, please,
please, please, please.
- Okay, no, you're right.
- Yeah?
- You're right, yes.
- Yeah.
- Yeah?
You gonna be all right? Yeah?
- Yeah.
- I need to get back out there.
- Okay.
- Sorry, Andy.
- It's all right, I just...
- It's all right,
it's all right, it's all right.
- I get it, just give me
a couple minutes here.
- Hmm.
- I'm sorry, Carly.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
(diners chatting)
(fan buzzing)
(Andy crying)
(phone ringing)
I know, I know,
I'm really sorry.
I did, I tried
to phone him, but um...
I did, I tried to phone him,
just everything has gone
to shit at work that's all,
but I tried to phone him.
What do you mean?
No, of course I love him.
What's that?
Tell him I love him.
No, tell him he should
know that I love him.
I am showing it.
I haven't, no, I haven't.
No, I haven't been sniffing.
Yeah, yeah, I did.
Yeah, I did.
No, I don't know what to do,
I just want to stop.
I do honestly, I want to stop.
I want to stop.
I really want to stop.
Okay, then...
Yeah, no, okay, well...
I'll go to rehab if I have to.
Okay. Okay.
No, it's not,
I promise you I'll do it.
Okay, yeah,
I'll phone you tomorrow.
Okay. Okay.
Okay, I will.
Yeah, I will.
Yeah, I will, yeah.
Tell him I love him as well.
Please tell him.
All right. Ta-ra. Ta-ra.
(Andy crying)
Oh fuck.
(deep breath)
(deep breath)
(indistinct chatter)
(Andy gasping)
(loud bang)
(diners chatting)
(Andy choking)
(diner laughing)
(Andy choking)
(soft piano)
- Andy, wake up, Andy!
Chef! Chef!
- Chef!
(indistinct yelling)
- Fuck! Chef!
- Somebody call an ambulance.
This is where I
make my stand
From the corner
of the hotel room
With the receiver
in one hand
Holding on to
the wailing song
Of a crackled voice
on a dodgy line
With a stomach full
of piss cheap wine
And one last drink
to sing with you
Before these fuckers
run me through
I haven't been
the best of men
Morality is an
evolving thing
I can blame the times
I can blame the winds
I can blame the things
we saw as kids
I'll waste not darling
and I'll tell it straight
Put all my failures on a plate
she picks at them
And doesn't chew but spits
them out for me to view
These places
full of poltergeists
And tonight I'll join them
When I die
(heavy piano)
(soft piano)