Bad Mothers (2019) s01e04 Episode Script

Episode 4

1 Charlotte's a force.
So she threw you down and you were just helpless to resist? Anton Pooley, you are under arrest for the murder of Charlotte Evans.
I have creditors ringing me every day.
We have to pay bills.
Anton, he's a brilliant chef but just no head for business.
I could take a look at it if you like? I used to work in hotel management.
Work hard, party harder.
You need to take a firm hand, especially now.
- I quit.
- Rebecca, you can't go.
I'm gonna be working there.
I'm gonna be on shifts, you're gonna be working nights how's that gonna work? Can't do this without decent front of house.
You'll stay? Didn't you say it was my time to shine? MADDIE: He was giving you the look.
Maddie, I'm not about to sleep with him because Tom and I aren't having a baby.
Kyle's alibi is that he was at a building site all day but there are just some things that don't add up.
I was with my father-in-law at the time.
Look, I know what you did.
You don't know what you're talking about.
She's not gonna drop it, is she? Keep away from me, Sarah.
Stay out of this.
['BLACK SHEEP' BY GIN WIGMORE] I'm a bad woman to keep.
Make me mad, I'm not here to please Paint me in a corner but my colour comes back Once you go black, you never go back I'm a black sheep Oh-oh-whoa-oh, oh-oh-whoa-oh, oh-oh-whoa-oh-oh.
Sorry, sweetie.
I'm here now.
What are you doing here? School couldn't get hold of you, so they called me.
My flatmate was supposed to pick him up but I'm here now, so - Come on, Max.
- He shouldn't be in after-school care, Mads, it freaks him out.
Yeah, well I'm busy, so he's gonna have to get used to it.
This is exactly what Phoebe and I have been talking about.
You're not coping.
You've got some solo mother in because you can't make rent? It's my flatmate and you know nothing about my life.
And you still only get to see Max when I say so.
Come on, Max.
Bye, bub.
BINDY: I'm so sorry.
London had a playdate so I took on an extra client.
- I'm so sorry.
I just didn't think.
- I don't wanna hear it.
I don't want it.
You love mac and cheese.
I don't! I hate it! You know, you could have just had sushi with me and London.
Max doesn't like sushi and when you say you're gonna pick him up, you have to do it.
As you know, children shouldn't be left alone.
Ooh! I'm trying.
It's not like he was in any real danger.
Found somewhere else to live? I'm trying.
I told you, this is not a permanent arrangement.
Actually, I am going to go look at a place right now.
Can you look after London for me? It's not like you're going anywhere.
Anything to help you move out.
Please be a good girl for me, OK? She pretty much puts herself to bed.
[PHONE RINGTONE] James, how's it going? I told you it was mad to use marble.
As I've said, I do have other options.
Project name, foyer cladding.
Don't worry, I'll find them.
Send them through to the client.
Of course.
See you tomorrow.
Max, you need to eat something.
Max? [URGENTLY] Max, where are you? [TENSE MUSIC] Max? We are gonna cause - Max! - Trouble.
Well, hello, - hello.
- Oh, my God.
Dad, what are you doing here? I've come to lend my support, of course.
Of course you have.
Les, gee, you're looking spectacular.
Harry, you look the same.
[CHUCKLES] Well, come on.
Haven't you got a hug for your old man? Come on, come on, come on.
Give us a hug.
- [SIGHS] - Ah.
Pat, I've got a couple of calls I'll catch up with you inside, yeah? Come on through, Patrick.
How are you feeling? Was that Patrick Muller? Yeah.
I used to work for that bastard.
- Really? - Mmm.
Troy, my darling.
Why do I get a bad feeling here? Just had an inquiry for a table of 12.
It's a mix-up.
He thought she booked, she thought he had.
Everything is full and it's a birthday.
We're short-staffed! Oh, come on! We can do it.
And I might have already said yes.
Thank you! - Oh, hey, gorgeous.
- Hey.
So, I went to look at a flat today and they said no kids or pets.
As if they're the same thing.
Free cocktail to commiserate? Actually, you can give me a hand.
Get off your tush and help me set tables.
Then can I have a free cocktail? If you're good.
Come on.
Did Danielle say anything about dinner? Oh, there's a casserole in the fridge.
Just zap it.
Whoa, whoa, where are you going? Over to Julius' to study.
I've got stuff to do and Danielle's working.
I need you to watch Francesca.
Again, Dad? That's so not fair.
Tell me about it.
- [PHONE RINGS] - Stay.
I'm not a dog.
Hey, Maddie, what's up? [VIA PHONE] Is Max over with you? - No.
- He's missing.
He went out the front door.
I just thought he might have found his way to yours.
Oh, shit! [VIA PHONE] OK, don't panic.
Have you checked in with his friends? You know he doesn't have any.
I'll get in the car.
I've got a little girl to look after.
OK, bring her over here.
Romy won't mind.
Alright, bye.
Stay, watch Francesca and if Max turns up, call me.
[TENSE MUSIC] Max, where are you? [PHONE RINGS] [VIA PHONE] Sis.
Tom, any sign? Not yet.
Maybe he might have gone back to school.
Yeah, I don't know.
Look, I think you'd better check back at home and then, if he's not there, call the police.
OK, thanks Tom.
Jess, now's not a good time.
Well, maybe you need to find the time.
Where is he? Max! Maxxie! Hey, little fella.
How've you been? He caught the bus all the way here by himself.
Driver didn't even stop him.
He's OK, that's the main thing.
He's eight years old.
I'm glad you remembered.
No, it means he would do anything to get away from you.
That's rubbish and you know it.
Alright, Max, let's go home.
No, no, no.
You're not taking him - anywhere tonight.
- Like hell.
Maddie, I know that you're upset and you feel responsible for what's happened You can stay out of this.
I'm sorry, but no Max is here now.
He's safe and he's settled - and he wanted to come here.
- I want to stay.
- Are you sure? - Yes.
[MOODY MUSIC] Alright.
Just for tonight.
- I'll see you tomorrow, OK? - See ya.
Actually, there's something we wanted you to know.
Um Phoebe and I have been talking to a lawyer.
We think that Max needs a more stable home, so we're applying for full custody.
Dad, why are you really here? To help.
We last saw you three years ago, the Christmas that you met Angela.
[CLEARS THROAT] Actually, me and Angela, have kind of had a parting of the ways.
Oh, my God.
Dad! That is wife number four.
I know.
Well, we didn't really get that far but I know, sweetie, I'm I'm an optimist.
I don't know, every time I just think, you know, they're the one.
Like your mum.
Love of my life until she walked out on us.
Well, she's actually been good to me lately in her own way.
Now, listen, this Patrick Muller business.
How do you mean? You reckon he's covering up for his son-in-law? Well, it seems that way.
OK, you do know he's dodgy? Because even when I was working for him, there were rumours about where he was getting his money from and it wasn't Santa.
Charlotte was his daughter.
Why would he lie to protect Kyle? Oh, sweetie, there's no telling with some parents.
Look at your mother.
Not everything is about my mum.
Look, blood isn't always thicker than water.
That's all I'm saying, OK? And I'm here for you.
And Anton.
Thanks, Dad.
DANIELLE: Happy birthday again from all of us.
So glad you had a great time.
We'll see you.
Well, that was full on.
It was a marathon.
I can't walk.
I literally can't.
These shoes are for slaying, not walking.
You did really good, honey.
- You gonna have a cocktail? - No, not tonight.
Oh, my God, don't be boring.
I'm stuffed! I have to get the kids to school in the morning.
The house is a pigsty.
Lucky for you we have a solution.
I shouldn't.
You totally should.
One drink, that is all.
[DANCE MUSIC] Ooh! ALL: Cheers! [LAUGHTER] [URGENT KNOCKING] [QUIETLY] Soz, I forgot my keys.
Did you forget your key when you were looking at the flat? No.
End of the week, you have to move out.
What is wrong with you? I don't know, getting woken at three in the morning, not doing what you say you'll do, having you dump your child on me.
But London's easy.
Look, I'm really trying.
[SIGHS] I'm sorry.
Jessie and her fairy friend Phoebe want custody of Max.
No way.
I'm his birth-mother, they don't have a chance in hell but still - It sucks.
- Yeah, big time.
God, she's such a bitch.
I'm so on your side, babe.
You still have to move out.
[MOODY MUSIC] - [LOUD IMPACT] - Oh! Oh, sorry.
Sorry, did I wake you? No.
How was your night? It was full-on.
It was amazing.
Each time when I think everything's gonna fall apart we pull it together.
You weren't working all this time? I was a bit wound up, I had a few drinks.
- You wanna mess around? Hmm? - No.
No, no, I'm just a bit tired.
I've got work tomorrow.
You do too.
It's not a problem.
I quit the beauticians.
It was just part time and they had someone who could start straight away.
What happened to the restaurant thing being temporary? Mmm, it was and now it's not.
Are you mad at me? Ah, no, I'm just tired, that's all.
[GLOOMY MUSIC] Oh, my God.
What happened? Are you OK? I wouldn't share my recipe for the perfect soufflBe.
[SIGHS] It's fine, It's fine.
I just looked at someone the wrong way, that's all.
We have to get you out of here.
I need you to speak to my lawyer.
He's supposed to be preparing my bail appeal.
- I haven't heard a word.
- You don't even belong in here.
[SIGHS] Listen, did Charlotte ever talk about her relationship with her dad? I don't see how that's important.
Well, I know they didn't get on.
Yeah, she said he was a sexist pig.
- OK, but anything more specific? - No.
Please, I don't want to talk about Charlotte.
[BREATHES SHAKILY] How are the kids? Yeah, they're fine, they're fine.
They're just, you know They just miss you, but Yeah, I miss them.
We have to get you out of here.
[SIGHS] Patrick Muller.
- Yes? - Well, can you think of a reason why he'd lie to protect Kyle? Where's this coming from? Well, Dad said he could be dodgy.
That's rich coming from your father.
Well, could you just describe Patrick's relationship - with his family? - I don't know.
Oh, my God! He's your patient.
You must have some idea.
And because he's my patient, the question is inappropriate.
Right, so you do know something.
Sarah, I know this is hard but Anton might be in prison for a very long time.
You need to get on with your life and you can't rely on your father.
- Maddie.
- Where's your lawyer? Don't need one.
I'm Max's mother.
I've been taking care of him since my partner walked out on us.
I'm on Max's birth certificate and my brother is our donor, so he's as much mine as he is hers.
And you've hardly seen him for the past two years, so I've got nothing to discuss here.
I told you she was impossible.
- Max has issues, Maddie.
- Max does not have - It's not healthy - issues! being trapped in that house with you.
It's too intense.
- That's not gonna fly! - Max has developmental issues and the sooner you acknowledge that, the better it will be for him.
What did she say? We believe that he has special needs that you're not addressing.
You're kidding me.
That's your ploy for custody? You two are unbelievable.
And she's losing it.
- Again.
- Screw you! Oh, nice of you to come in.
Have you been running? Just busy, you know? Yeah.
The client's called us back.
He wants another meeting this afternoon about the options, if you can make it.
I'll put it in my calendar.
[PHONE RINGS] Hi, Sarah.
What's up? [VIA PHONE] Do you know anything about Patrick Muller's construction company? Not personally.
They're the big boys.
We're boutique.
Is this important? Look, I just have this feeling that something's going on.
Kyle and Patrick are covering for each other.
You do know the police are checking all this.
Well, can you just ask around, just see what the gossip is? Please.
I'll do my best.
See you at lunchtime.
Julius? Hi.
You're not at school.
Didn't feel like going.
Hey, do you Do you have much to do with your grandfather? Patrick, I mean.
I have to go around there sometimes.
How did he and your mum get on? They used to fight a lot.
Well, what about? The company and stuff.
Mum didn't think things were being run properly.
Right, in what way? I don't know.
He just told her to stop being a nagging woman.
- And what did your dad think? - He took grandpa's side.
It's one of the things she used to yell at him about.
Huh I should get to school.
[PANTING] Oh, my God.
You've literally made no effort.
Too much to do.
30 minutes of intensity! That's all I ask for.
We've done intensity.
Can we do resting or sleeping? Hey, it's not my fault you're a little party animal now.
I hate you! Alright, stretches.
So, I asked about Patrick Muller.
Rumours are his company's got financial problems.
Really? What's this? Oh, I just had this feeling that Kyle and Patrick are covering up something to do with Charlotte's death.
[CHUCKLES] What? You just said that the company's in trouble.
Look, you can go round being all Nancy Drew, but the police aren't idiots.
Well, they still make mistakes.
- Yeah, for sure.
- Or Anton is guilty.
Oh, my God.
Look, she's just grumpy because Jessie's going for custody of Max.
What? That's ridiculous.
They're trying to say Max is special needs.
What? There's nothing wrong with Max.
Yeah, he's just a little bit A little bit what? He's just quite particular.
Why don't you ask Sarah? I'm not a paediatrician.
But if you like, I could recommend someone.
You know what? I don't need anything.
I've gotta get back to work.
Maddie [MOODY MUSIC] Denial.
Looks like stone to me.
What do you think? Well, the composite is the cheapest but the granite is definitely best.
OK, I'll need to see some numbers.
Maddie has prepared some comparative quotes.
I e-mailed them through.
Yeah, I don't have time for that.
Just talk me through it.
OK, well, all of the options are considerably cheaper than the marble - and can be sourced - [PHONE RINGS] immediately.
My apologies.
I have to get this.
This is my son's school.
Maddie speaking.
Uh, yeah, I can come in.
I'll be there as soon as I can.
What are you doing here again? I've asked Mr Jasic to have Max assessed by an Education Department psychologist.
You have no right to do that.
This isn't unusual, OK? But no one can do anything unless you agree.
I'm Max's primary carer.
She has no right to see him unless she has my permission.
Is that clear? Sure.
[TENSE MUSIC] Hey, buddy.
- Sorry, time to go.
- OK.
Hey? Put on your hat.
Good boy.
Did you have a good day? Oh! What a wonderful llama! It's a pony.
Pony! Pony! Yes, of course, look at this beautiful mane.
Well done, sweetie, that's - Sarah.
- Oh, hi.
Can you take a look at Max? Just a quick check-up just to say everything's fine, get Jessie off my back.
Look, I can do it tomorrow.
Well, what about here, now? It's OK, it's OK.
The nippers and I can walk.
We'll meet you at home.
Hi, my name's Harry.
- Oh, my God.
- Maddie.
Yep, this is my Dad.
It's a pleasure to meet you, Maddie.
You too.
OK, troopers, off we go.
Hup-hup-hup! Fine, I'll get my stuff from the car, just, I'll be here in a minute.
- Thank you.
- Thanks.
Sarah, can Xavier come over? Lucy, I just told you he can't.
It's not convenient.
Dad And it's not a persecution or intimidation or anything, alright? I've gotta go to work, otherwise he'd be welcome.
Well, thanks for the explanation.
Don't mention it.
[GRITTY ROCK MUSIC] Romy! Can you give me a hand down here! - Hi, Mum.
- Hey, how was school? Great.
It would really help if someone could at least unpack the dishwasher.
Romy! - So have you got a minute? - Yeah.
So I've applied for a job with Regional Command.
It's a desk job, admin, nine to five.
What are you talking about? Someone has to stay home and look after the kids.
We can't both do shift work.
You're not serious? I thought you'd be pleased.
Shouldn't we have at least discussed it first? What, like you discussed quitting your job with me? Oh, right.
So this is payback.
- You're punishing me.
- No, no.
You want a career.
You want a career in hospitality.
And we know where that's - gonna go, don't we? - Alright, I had my faults but I'm going in tonight to work my butt off because we are still under-staffed, so I won't have time to nip into the toilets and have sex with some random and shoot up some heroin, but believe me, right now, the idea is very tempting.
Romy [SAD MUSIC] I'm a rush.
Can you bring down your dirty clothes and put the machine on? Don't wait up.
You heard her.
Get your clothes.
Here, you can play with that.
Well, physically, he's fine.
And otherwise, and I really have to stress that I'm not a specialist, but I would like to refer Max to one.
He's possibly on the high-functioning side of the autism spectrum.
I'm just hearing a label.
Well, it'll just help you to know what you're dealing with.
Give Jessie more ammunition, you mean.
I asked you for help as a friend.
Yeah, and as a friend, I'm telling you that he's a lovely little boy but, I'm sorry, he is sad and confused and he knows that you and Jessie are fighting This is not my fault! None of it.
I'm not saying it's your fault.
Thanks for your help.
Maddie Max.
I can hear my heart beat.
That's great, mate, but we have to go, OK? I want your warm skin in the A.
As we lay breathing I think I believe in it now I've been living in a dreamstate Baby, a dreamstate, baby, a dream A dreamstate, baby, a dreamstate, baby, a dream.
OK, dig in.
When can we see Daddy? Oh, soon, sweetheart.
Doesn't he want to see us? Of course he does.
Don't you want us to see him? Xavier, don't be silly.
Go wash your hands and then we can have pizza.
I'm not hungry.
He's missing his dad.
No, he's grumpy because he can't see his friend Kyle's daughter.
Oh, no, no, no, you need to keep him well away from that house.
Yeah, maybe.
What? Well, I just Look, I get the feeling that Mum knows something about Charlotte and Patrick.
Typical, bloody typical.
Keep your cards close to your chest and bugger anyone else.
Charlotte wanted more involvement in Patrick's company but he wouldn't let her.
Well, he's dodgy.
Well, I thought Patrick was protecting Kyle.
What if it's the other way around? It makes perfect sense.
Trust your instincts.
I need more than that.
Can you watch Eve? Yeah.
What's going on? Change of plan.
Xavier, let's go.
Dad's not home.
Oh, that's fine.
We just had way too much pizza so we thought that you and Lucy might like some.
- Awesome.
- Great.
I hate our classes.
I know, it's boring.
Hey, do you guys still play table tennis? - I rock.
- You suck.
- I'll verse you.
- You're on, short-arse.
[PENSIVE MUSIC] - Can I help you? - Oh, God, sorry, we just had some spare pizza and I Cut the crap.
- What are you trying to achieve? - Look, I know that Charlotte was having a dispute with her father and these letters, they prove it.
She wanted him out of the company.
Alright, she did.
OK, so did Patrick do something to her? Like what? I know Patrick is hiding something and I'm not going to drop this.
He's got Alzheimer's, alright? We suspected it for a while.
It was seriously affecting his judgment and Charlotte was obviously concerned.
From the day she died, Patrick had an appointment with the neurologist which confirmed the diagnosis and I was with him.
Sorry, you were with him? As his support person.
If you don't believe me, you can double-check with the neurologist, the nurse, the receptionist - Why didn't you just tell me that? - Because it's gotta be kept quiet until some deals are done and it's none of your business.
Maybe you should leave now.
[SAD MUSIC] Uh, kids, it looks like it's time for bed.
When can I see Daddy? Uh, soon.
You keep saying that.
We never go.
[SIGHS] Well, you guys need to know that Daddy had an accident in jail.
Is he OK? Yeah, yeah, he'll be fine.
- Are you sure? - Yes.
Come here.
[MOODY, PENSIVE MUSIC] You guys get ready for bed, OK, and I'll tuck you in.
Last one in bed has to kiss a pig! [GIGGLES] [SIGHS] - You OK? - No.
I got it so wrong, Dad.
- No, you didn't.
- No, I did.
I've been trying to hard to get Anton out, upsetting the kids, pissing off my friends and I just made such a fool of myself.
Well we've all been there, sunshine.
Sweetheart, I'm here for you and the kids as long as you need me.
And not just because you have nowhere else to go? Cross my heart.
Dad, I read to Francesca but she won't go to sleep.
OK, I'll deal with it in a minute.
Hey, Dad Is Danielle on heroin? What? No, no, that was just a joke.
[SNIGGERS] I know! God, your face.
Yeah, right.
Your face.
But you two are arguing a lot lately.
Yeah, well, we're just working stuff out, sweetheart.
Look, Dad, good stepmothers are hard to find, right? Please don't blow it.
That's all I'm saying.
Thank you.
I'm so glad you enjoyed everything.
And that's yours.
- Thanks.
- See you next time.
It's a bit of a quiet one.
Yeah, makes a nice change, as long as it's not every night.
A mate of mine's having a party.
Fancy coming along? Mmm, I don't know.
My husband's not exactly thrilled about my late nights.
I've got a pick-me-up that can keep us going.
I don't mind what you do with your own time but I don't want that stuff on the premises.
I thought you liked to party.
I used to.
Is Maddie here? Don't hassle her, OK? [SCOFFS] What's it got to do with you? Maddie and me are really close.
Like, really close.
Bindy, that's enough.
Bye, babes.
Come on through.
Got your message.
What's this about? Well I've been thinking about it and I'm prepared to compromise and let you have Max one day a week.
- What? - And every second weekend.
That's fair.
[SCOFFS] You think? I'm trying to be reasonable, Jessie.
No, you're doing what you always do, - bullying me into agreeing.
- You're the one who left us in the first place because you couldn't parent Max.
You're the one who abandoned him, not me! You really don't get it, do you? I didn't leave Max, I left you.
I stopped loving you.
[SAD MUSIC] Alright, I'll see you all tomorrow.
Won't even have one drink with us? TOM: Hello? Your chariot awaits.
I think I just got a better offer.
Do you remember when we first met? I was on a roof, off my face, escaping from my evil ex.
- Danielle, I - Can you - Oh.
- No, ladies first.
I know you're worried about me going back there.
And before you say anything, I know that I was a disaster.
But I'm not that person anymore.
I can do this.
You want another baby I'm just putting off the rest of my life.
Yeah, but it'll be easier if I take that desk job.
- That's not gonna happen.
- I wanna support you.
We need to support each other.
You love your fire trucks and your hoses.
- [CHUCKLES] - Being a hero.
And that's what you are to me.
A hero.
- Mmm.
- What? We should get home.
The house is a tip.
Not anymore.
I emptied the dishwasher.
- Wow.
- And cleaned the kitchen.
- Keep going.
- I did a massive, dirty, filthy load of laundry.
I love it when you talk dirty.
[BOTH CHUCKLE] Well, aren't you totally popular tonight? Have you been crying? Oh, just a small river.
Peace? I'll get glasses.
I am so sorry that I upset you and I found a great paediatrician who will see you and Max if that is what you want.
Are you alright? I know he's different to other kids.
Is it my fault? No, no, I meant what I said.
He's a lovely boy.
She hates me.
Who hates you? Jessie.
I thought the problem was Max, because he is difficult and I am a shit mother, but all the time, it was me! - Oh, my gosh.
- [SOBS] What's the matter? Have you never seen a woman cry before? I didn't think that you could.
And look, you're not a shit mum.
And I would know.
Gee, thanks.
And I'm not going anywhere because you need me.
Fine, stay.
If I lose my job I could probably use the rent money.
Wait, I have to pay rent? [MOODY MUSIC] You're early.
Oh, yeah, um My new flatmate is taking my son to school.
Oh, good to know.
Um, so, Tony, all happy? - He approved the granite.
- Great.
Maddie, I've asked Sasha to take over the coordination of the project.
But I've been on this project since day one.
Sasha's about 12.
We value your contributions, Maddie.
We just need to be more sensitive to your needs.
Parent-friendly, yeah? ['PERFUME' BY JONES JNR] Kyle.
Kyle! Hi.
You scared the shit out of me.
What are you making? Fairy cakes.
- Ah.
- What? I didn't say anything.
Look, I wanted to apologise.
Yeah, well so you should.
I'm sorry.
I know I got it very wrong.
I mean, I didn't enjoy lying about it.
Patrick insisted no one find out he was sick.
It's commercially-sensitive, you know? Charlotte wanted him removed as CEO.
And you didn't agree? I'm just loyal to Patrick and I wasn't exactly getting on with Charlotte towards the end, so Well, thank you for being honest with me.
I should get to work.
Why don't you come back around later? Playdate, you know, bring Xavier.
We can talk about it.
Why are you being so nice? I admire your persistence.
[WARM MUSIC] Alright.
This is Kate, who will be acting for me.
Well, Maddie's already suggested shared custody, so she does know that I have rights.
Actually, we reject any suggestion that Maddie is not Max's main custodial parent.
I am aware that Max has some behavioural issues that I'm addressing.
Are you joking? Max isn't the only one who needs help.
In your opinion.
You can't handle feelings, Maddie.
It's no wonder Max hasn't learned about how to love.
I know there are heightened emotions right now, - but let's keep to the issue.
- [SCOFFS] Max is my son.
I've always had his best interests at heart.
You know that.
[TENSE MUSIC] So I'll be seeing you in mediation or in court.
Take these down to the kids for me, - unless you want to come up? - No, we're good.
I'm sure you've had better fillet.
Well, you know Anton hardly ever cooked for me at home? You're kidding? I would have been happy with fairy cakes.
Can I ask Why did you stay with Charlotte if you didn't even like her? So much for small talk.
Well, I wanna know.
Uh, well, the kids.
Don't you hate Anton for cheating on you with your best friend? Yeah, of course I was annoyed.
Annoyed! You make it sound like someone stole the last of the milk.
I was furious.
And betrayed, but I don't know, it was just partly for the kids and then partly because I didn't want to give up.
We were going to try and make it work when he was arrested.
Yeah, spectacular, huh? Do you really think he's innocent? Of course I do.
I have to believe in him, otherwise I could not keep going.
He's a very lucky man.
Or you're deluded.
['WHEN YOU SAID YOU WERE MINE' BY SEJA] Some things go on longer Much longer than they should You said you would hold on And I promised that I would I'm not sleeping for days And I'm not lying when I say That love and hate are the same.
I thought you hated me.
Yeah, I do.
- You're really, really annoying.
- So are you.
Yeah, well, so are you.
Next Monday the drama heats up.
I'm not planning on sleeping with him.
Unless he plays his cards right.
Everything they know Call an ambulance.
Someone's confessed to killing Charlotte.
gets thrown in the air.
And it's not Anton.
Oh, my god, that's Charlotte's.
And there's sausages for the kid's tea.
You just need to Google how to cook them.