Cold Feet (1997) s08e05 Episode Script

Series 8, Episode 5

1 She was a woman who knew her own mind .
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and didn't need a degree to read his.
A Virgin Mary.
And whatever the gentleman would like.
The temperature was rising.
And not just from the city streets.
Neither had seen it coming.
And yet, at the same time, it was inevitable.
Thier destinies were intertwined and sealed with a kiss.
It's not the Life Of Pi, is it? No.
You want to keep reading this.
Who are you seeing as the leading lady? Karen.
She's described as, "50, effortlessly elegant and with a timeless beauty.
" Hm.
Well, that does sound like her.
- Thank you.
- And who have you cast as Jake? "Urbane, ripped and smouldering.
" Huh.
Oh, no No.
Oh, yes.
I know Jen wouldn't want to fuss, but I didn't want to not make a fuss.
Yeah, I get it.
Oh, no.
It's not Mum's birthday, is it? It's her first day of chemotherapy.
Oh, thank God for that.
Adam! - Yeah, sorry.
- Has she said how she's feeling? She's feeling - .
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brilliant.
- Yes.
We're off to a new bar in town tonight called Chemotherapy.
That's why she's all dressed up! So, it's It was a joke.
Are you going to lose your hair? I hope not.
- She's getting a Dutch cap.
- A cold cap! If you lose yours, I'll shave mine off.
Well, that'll please your dad.
He won't have to nag you about clogging up the shower.
Love you.
We should go.
Fancy joining us to eat tonight, you and the girls? She can't.
She's got a date with the vicar.
No, I haven't.
We're just going out for a bite to eat.
Sometimes known as dinner.
As in dinner date.
It's not a date! It's not a date.
- It is a date.
- But why's she pretending it isn't? Ah, Charles.
Jennifer.
Hello.
Er, this is the husband, Pete.
Or "the longsuffering Pete", as I've come to think of him.
Are you all right? Yeah, couldn't be better.
Well Yeah.
- How are you feeling? - Oh, a bit weird.
I'm more scared of the chemo than I am of the cancer.
Yeah, I know what you mean.
You don't need to stay.
Charlie's here.
I'll be all right.
I'll hold her hand.
I'm a pro.
Right.
Erm - Call me when you're finished, love.
- Yeah.
- See ya later.
- Yeah, bye.
I've found you a chair here.
Are you all right? I just wondered if you and Caitlin fancied joining us? - What, like a double date? - 'It's not a date.
' Well, it won't be if you two come.
Oh, right, I see.
Yeah, yeah, safety in numbers.
'Something like that, yep.
' Oooh, gotta go.
Nina B St James is here.
Who? 'Author of Love Comes Slowly.
' Ooh, I'd like to meet her.
I'm a huge fan.
'Yeah, so Caitlin said.
' 'I'll call you back.
' Er Rude.
Benjamin! Nina not with you? No.
She's, er a little shy.
She'd prefer it if I spoke on her behalf.
Well, that's not going to work, is it? What about when she has to do interviews? She won't.
Oh, for God's sake, I need to meet her.
You can't.
Benjamin, come on, call her.
I'll go to her.
I don't mind.
- Come on.
- No, you don't understand.
There is no Nina B St James.
Well, who is she, then? He.
She is a he.
I am Nina B St James.
What? She's my alter ego when I write romantic fiction.
It's an anagram of my name.
Well, actually, it's not.
It's as close as I could get.
Too many vowels in Benjamin Stevens.
So you write romantic fiction? You do it very well, Benjamin.
Thank you.
Up on Melancholy Hill There's a plastic tree Are you here with me? Just looking out on the day Of another dream When you're close to me - Hi.
- 'Finally!' - I've got Benjamin here.
- 'Ah.
' - And Nina B St James.
- 'Really?' - 'How exciting.
' - Are you at the airport? - Er, yes.
In fact, we're boarding.
- 'What?' Yeah, Nikki and I, we're we're just going for a few days.
You do know the girls have got their A levels? Yeah, I spoke to them.
Ellie seems pretty relaxed.
Yeah, we need to talk business.
Yeah.
Er, sorry, Karen, final call.
Yeah, some other time.
Yeah, yeah, sorry, sorry.
- Well, love, ready to go? - Mm-hm.
David? Robyn! What a coincidence.
Where are you flying to? Sorry.
Excuse me.
Ibiza.
I have a meeting.
In Ibiza? People do have meetings in Ibiza occasionally.
Hm.
My flight to Zurich's delayed.
Ah.
Have you got time to grab a spot of lunch? My treat.
Excellent! Hm.
The restaurant in the executive lounge is rather good.
- Oh! - David? Passport.
I must've left it in the car! Oh, catch me up.
Will do.
Bugger! Yeah.
I was struggling with what to say.
- Hey! - Us, on the other hand - Hey.
- Aw Hello.
- How was it? - Oh, I got through it.
She sacked off her cold cap.
Er, well, it was freezing.
They should call it the polar icecap.
- What about your hair? - I'm not doing that again.
It gave me a splitting headache.
Unless that was this one.
I was banging on at her about joining our choir.
Jen? No chance.
Well, it is the Cancer Choir, to be fair.
Is it your voice you're worried about or? Yeah.
That and looking like I actually belong in a choir.
We'd better get going.
I'm on a meter.
Yeah, OK.
- I'll call you later.
- I'll answer.
- Hm.
- See ya.
See ya.
I'm a bit knackered.
I'm looking forward to this.
Breaking bread with a vicar.
A man of the tablecloth.
- Are you going to keep this up all night? - Er No, no.
I think I'm, er, done now.
Thanks.
- Can I get you any drinks at all? - Er, could we have some water? Dan can turn it into wine.
You don't mind I invited my friends? No, I'm looking forward to meeting them.
It's not like it's a date anyway, so Adam.
Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
- Hi.
I'm Caitlin.
Nice to meet you.
'Hello, and welcome to The Chase.
'Can a team of total strangers beat one of Brit' Hiya.
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and take home thousands of pounds? I hope so.
Let's meet them.
'With me is Mark Labbett, who tried twerking last week 'and flattened half of Clacton.
'What about The Dark Destroyer?' Are you all right, love? Will you adopt me? 'Or perhaps it's The Governess, Anne Hegerty.
'She took out Sylvester Stallone last week' I'm sorry? I know you're already my dad, but I'd like it to be legal.
Is this because of what your mum's going through? What if something happens to her and Grant says he wants me back? Well, he couldn't.
I wouldn't let him.
Oh, sweetheart.
Now's probably not a good time to raise this.
I mean Your mum needs our support.
Nothing's going to happen to her.
I promise you, she's not going anywhere.
Bye! Where's she gone? She said something about a choir.
Come here.
Benjamin is Nina B.
God, you'd never guess.
Well, can't judge a book by his cover.
Didn't you think he might be a cross-dresser? - Definitely into S&M.
- Unlike David, into M.
&S.
Sorry, sorry.
This is really boring for you.
Sorry.
S&M? Hardly.
You do know he's in love with you? What? Benjamin.
- His description of his heroine, it's you.
- No! - It is.
Didn't I say? - Yes, he did.
Yes.
What's the heroine like? Sexy.
Sophisticated.
Alluring.
Is that how you see Karen? Well Well, don't? Don't you? Yeah.
I think he's got you down to a T.
Fantastic.
Now we're going to do some "heys" and "hos".
So, after three, we're going to do a big "hey".
Right from the diaphragm.
- One, two three - Hey! - Hi, two, three.
- Hi! - Yay, two, three.
- Yay! - Hey, two, three.
- Hey! - Yo, two, three.
- Yo! - Yay, two, three.
- Yay! - Huh, two, three.
- Huh! - You, two, three.
- You! - Yay, two, three - Wrong way, missy.
Charlie Er, look, thanks.
But I really I don't think it's my kind of thing.
No-one ever really does until they try.
Come on.
- Oooh, two, three.
- Oooh! - Wow! two, three.
- Wow! Ha, two, three Look, I'm not denying anyone their right to believe in a beardy old man sitting on a cloud.
I'm just saying I don't believe in it myself.
But you do look down on Christians, though, be honest.
- Doesn't make much sense.
- What, faith? - Yeah.
- No.
Nope, it makes no sense at all.
And for the record, I don't believe in the beardy old man up in the clouds, either.
But I'm sorry.
I didn't mean to monopolise.
Well, it was Adam that brought it up.
Only because it's a load of old bollocks.
Faith? Religion? What? All of it.
Churches Don't get me started on churches.
We give people hope.
And comfort, on a practical level, too.
Well, I wish I did more.
Well, we do run a soup kitchen at lunchtimes.
We're always looking for volunteers.
Difficult during the working hours, you know? Hm.
Well, we've all got our priorities.
And here endeth the sermon.
Hm.
- Should we have dessert? - Defo.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Come on Why are you scared? I'm not scared It'll never change What's been and gone Cos all of the stars Are fading away Just try not to worry You'll see them some day Take what you need And be on your way And stop crying your heart out Cos all of the stars Are fading away Just try not to worry You'll see them some day Take what you need And be on your way And stop crying your heart out.
I've had the same jeans on For four days now I'm gonna go to a disco In the middle of the town Everybody's dressing up I'm dressing down Oh, God Well, you could always persevere with the cold cap.
Nah.
I'd rather wear one of these than suffer that every time.
Right, then.
Right The thing is, I'd love to adopt Chloe.
Yeah, but you're already her dad.
Yeah, but with an asterisk.
I nearly cried when she asked me.
- What can I get you? - Two pints of lager please, mate.
Is David coming? I left him a message but he hasn't returned my calls.
Well, me neither.
Maybe he's dropped us.
No.
Hey, why don't you mention to Jen about Chloe? I can't.
- She's already got enough on her mind.
- Oh, yeah.
Oh! What do you think? Well, what effect are you going for? I don't know.
Bowie.
Cilla? We are gonna 'ave a lorra, lorra laughs! Oh.
Hello.
- Cancer Choir.
- How are you finding that? Do you know, I'm loving it.
It's just one, big, happy family.
Our own little cancer cluster.
I'm just very grateful Charlie talked me into it, to be honest.
He's been brilliant, even though he's not well himself.
He sounds like a good man.
Yeah.
Yeah, he is.
I don't see why she confides in this Charlie rather than me.
Well, because he understands.
- I can understand.
- Yeah, but not like him, mate.
You're jealous of a dying man.
- Whatever helps Jen, eh? - Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Ta.
You know, er I mean, if I know it's not easy when someone you care for turns to someone else.
It happened the other night to me with Karen on our double date.
I love a Christening.
Don't you? I thought it wasn't a date.
It was by the end of the evening.
Well, it's hardly like me and Jen.
I still didn't like it.
Hm.
Now who's jealous? Yeah.
We kissed.
Who? Me and Karen, recently.
What? - Where? - At the festival.
You kissed Karen at the festival? - Nothing wrong with your hearing, then.
- Oh, my God! This is huge.
It was just one kiss.
We were both stoned.
You know, Karen was at pains to say that it meant nothing.
"At pains"? Well, as soon as we got back, she set me up with Caitlin.
Adam this is Karen.
Nothing means nothing to her.
And if she pushed Caitlin towards you, it's because she was creating a diversion.
It was one kiss, which meant .
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nothing.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Yeah, yeah, I know it doesn't help when people say that your exams will be a breeze.
But in your case, Liv, I'm sure they will be.
Yeah, all right, all right.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
Good luck.
Good luck.
Love you.
- Well, this is a coincidence.
- Robyn! What are the chances of us bumping into each other twice? Yeah.
Unless you were on my flight from Ibiza.
Did you forget to pack a razor? Oh, I'm just, you know, trying to blend in with the hipsters.
Yeah, some way to go.
Do you need a lift? Er, no, thank you.
Er, the office are sending a car for me.
It's a limo.
Uh-huh.
Hold on, I thought you said you had your car here.
You left your passport in it.
Yes.
I left the lights on.
Flat battery.
Is everything all right, David? Of course, yeah.
Obviously, one's a little concerned about Europe.
Right.
Well look after yourself.
Oh, yes! This is me.
Now, that is how I imagine Nina B St James to look.
- Oh, yeah, yeah? - Mm-hm.
OK.
Erm She trailed her fingers across his chest.
He needed release and only she held the key.
- Oh, my God, Jen.
That is it! - Yeah, what? - Forget it.
Forget it.
- What? Seriously.
No, honestly, it doesn't matter.
I can't forget it if I don't know what it is.
OK, I need a photograph of Nina B St James for the cover of the book.
- Obviously, it can't be Benjamin.
- Not if you want to sell any.
- You're thinking me? - I think you've got enough on your plate.
No.
It's a brilliant idea.
Seriously, you should focus on getting well.
- That is the most important thing.
- Please Don't leave me stuck at home listening to the chemo surging through my veins.
- Please, please, please! - OK.
If you're sure.
I insist, darling.
Hello, Robyn? 'I'm calling about our ex-husband.
' Does that sound as odd to you as it does to me? What's he done now? Don't you have Anything better to do? I wish that someone could hug you It must be lonely being angry Feeling overlooked Oh, Christ, am I hallucinating? I'm home again But I've been here before, Old friend And I know I'll be consoled He was sleeping there? - He had been for days.
- Before that .
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he was on the night bus.
I'm straight again My good intentions Got mislaid He didn't want to come to mine in case the girls saw him.
Yeah, I can see that.
- Hey, there he is.
- Aw! Looking sharp.
Aw! - Come and sit down.
- Yeah, come and have a cup of tea.
What the fuck, David?! I am so sorry.
Why didn't you ask for help? I thought I could turn things round.
I knew I had to dig deep.
But the next thing I knew, I'd dug so deep I couldn't get out of the hole.
And all I had left .
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was pride.
David Oh, I must use Adam's aftershave more often.
Here.
You come to mine when you're ready, OK? Karen You're welcome round ours any time, mate.
Yeah, you might have to bunk in with me mum, but we'll find the room, eh? One for mine.
Consider these your access all areas.
Oh, Jesus, don't cry, please.
Oh, Jen, I still can't get over Da What the hell are you doing?! No! Give it here.
- I'm getting into character.
- What? Are you having a reaction to your medication? I'm doing that photo shoot for Karen later.
OK.
Er Oh, no.
Chuck us Mum's glasses.
There you go.
Oh, yeah.
That's better.
I I am Nina B St James.
Smashed it.
She shouldn't have asked you.
You're not well.
But Nina's feeling just great.
So let me have a bit of fun, eh? Go on, pop that back up for me, will ya? - Morning! - Are the girls ready? Uh, Liv's doing some last-minute revision.
Ellie's doing her hair.
- That sounds about right.
- Yeah.
- Can you bring the car back? - Sure.
Thanks for letting me take them.
And You know, I'm sorry to have put you to all that trouble.
Mate, you have got to stop apologising.
That's what Nikki used to say.
So sorry things didn't work out with you two.
What went wrong? Oh, it seemed we didn't have as much in common as I thought.
Yeah, we could've stumbled along.
But it's better to be with no-one than the wrong one.
- Certainly more honest.
- We need to go! - Where's your sister? - I can't find my pencil.
It's a history exam.
What do you need a pencil for? - My eyebrows.
- Oh, my God! - She's not making me late.
- Your eyebrows look lovely.
We're going.
Good luck, both of you! Remember to read both sides of the paper.
Yeah, all right, Adam! Something I said? Usually.
Bye.
Bye.
Oh! Er Do I look ridiculous? You look amazing! Aw! Look, look.
Darjeeling.
- I thought Nina would.
- Very good.
So, who's taking the pics? Annie Leibovitz? It's Benjamin.
He does a night class.
Reckons he's a bit of a dab hand.
Look, here he is.
Oh, well, he's certainly got all the gear.
Benjamin, this is - Nina B St James.
- Oh, yes.
Very good.
- Very good indeed.
- Oh! Oh! I love being posh.
Yeah, some women would love to see their ex-husbands homeless.
- Yeah.
Not Karen, though.
- No.
No, she's not vindictive.
She can be a little bit dry sometimes, but, er Hey, look, I love her.
Don't get me wrong.
But she's just Well, she's not always fun.
Not always, no.
But, you know, she's a single mum with teenagers.
She's got her own business to run.
I think she's great fun.
You're a loyal friend.
I should hope so.
- And she defends you, too.
- She does? Yeah, I was showing her my cover art for Love Comes Slowly and she thinks the book can appeal to men and women and I said you'd enjoyed it.
Mind you, it's about his intellectual level.
Adam's not shallow.
Mm, he's not a deep thinker either, is he? Thank God.
Or I couldn't keep up with him.
Well, there's a lot more to him than you'd think.
Karen said that? Yeah.
I thought you'd be more concerned about what I said.
Yes, we'll be coming to that shortly.
But, seriously Karen said that about me? Yes.
Should we have another one before happy hour ends? Too bloody right.
We're here for a good time, not a long time.
Everytime I see your face It reminds me of the place We used to go All she got is a photograph And pout! I I don't think Nina pouts.
- No, Nina pouts.
- Hm.
What, like that? Oh, yeah.
Oh, that's it.
Now, work it, Nina.
Work it.
- Yeah.
- Oh, all right.
Maybe a bit of cleavage? Er, no, Jen.
Benjamin, no, no.
That is not the image we're going for here.
No.
Oh, for God's sake! That's it.
Look at that.
That is great, Jen.
Really? Karen? I was going to tidy up.
Liv, you're not supposed to be here.
- What happened to your key? - I gave it to David.
- What for? - In case he wants to stay.
Here? While Jen is having chemotherapy? Well, he's not gonna stay.
- Then what did you give him the key for? - Where is she? Jen? I don't know.
I just got in from Lidl.
Oh, I take a Sainsbury's bag for the walk home.
"Gone to hospital.
" - What's Jenny gone to hospital for? - I don't know.
I still wanted to do well.
I mean, I've done all the revision.
But as soon as I turned the paper over I've failed everything! You left one exam.
It's not the end of the world.
I don't want to be a failure.
None of us do.
Sometimes failure is what's necessary for us to grow.
You're just saying that to make me feel less of a loser.
Liv do you know where I was sleeping the other night? At the airport.
And I don't mean waiting for a flight.
I mean, sleeping.
- And not just one night.
- Why? Because I'm not as brave as you.
I couldn't admit to anyone that things had gone wrong.
Looking at the board, seeing flight after flight to Dubai and Oslo and Lisbon I just wanted to escape.
But you know the reason why I didn't get on one of those flights? Money? Yeah, well, money was an issue, obviously, but Passport? Well, yeah, that as well.
But, no, the main thing .
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was you.
Nothing matters more to me.
You are what makes me happy.
Not success.
You.
So, when's your next exam? In 45 minutes.
Perfect.
No time for revision.
No time for stress.
Huh? You can just enjoy yourself.
Show them how bright you are without any weight of expectation.
So, come on.
Good job I've got your mum's car.
Where's yours? Yeah Come on.
Jen! - Hiya.
- Oh, my God, are you all right? Hey? Yeah, yeah.
I'm fine.
I'm a bit knackered.
But what are you doing here? Your message telling me to get to the hospital.
No, it said I was at the hospital.
- Yes.
- Oh, I see What did they say? Was it the dizziness? Do you need to sit down? - Look, it's Charlie.
- Charlie? Yeah, yeah.
He had to be admitted.
He's got a high temperature.
But he'll be all right.
Well, you've got me on a wild goose chase.
Well, I didn't know you were gonna come.
"Gone to the hospital.
" What do you think I'd think? Jesus, Jen! Oh, well Look, I'm sorry.
At least he's going to be all right.
Rushing around, photo shoots, choirs.
I thought you'd collapsed! Look, I said I'm sorry, right? Do you think about anyone other than yourself? Well, apart from Charlie, obviously.
What about your family? What if Chloe'd found that note? - She's terrified as it is! - Oh, hang on.
Hang on.
Chloe, she She's fine.
She wants me to adopt her.
What? She's worried you're going to die.
I'm not going to die, love.
Well, one day.
But not before me and your dad have spent all your inheritance.
And no-one will ever take you away from us.
I know.
I've got it in writing.
I emailed Grant.
He replied this morning.
It took him a week.
Oh, of course it did.
He says he'll sign the adoption papers.
Well, what did you say to him? I'll print out the email.
I'll leave you to it.
You are such a drama queen.
I'm so not.
- Thanks for bringing him round.
- How is she? Better.
This afternoon's exam went well.
Hey.
Whoa, whoa, what's up? I feel like such a bad parent.
No.
Liv had a meltdown.
She works too hard.
Yeah, well, Ellie doesn't work at all.
Yeah, well, between the pair of them, you've got the perfect child.
Thank God David was here.
I should've been here.
Oh, stop.
You are as good a single parent as I know.
- I aspire to be as good as you.
- Shut up.
Seriously.
If you were any better you'd be flawless.
That'd be a disaster for your kids cos they wouldn't have had anything to push against.
Yeah, well, you don't do so badly yourself.
For a couple years, I was a bit absent there.
But, thankfully, Matt had a wonderful surrogate who also happened to be you.
My God, you're amazing! What? Nothing.
Something David said.
It doesn't matter.
I was making tea.
Oh, Matt wants a barbecue this weekend.
A break from exams.
"And I'm crying "as I type this because ".
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when I imagine ".
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my world without my mum in it ".
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imagine my life without my mum in it" No, I'm sorry.
No.
".
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I feel like I'd never stop crying.
"But I know I've got Dad.
And I know he can be daft.
"And his jokes are awful, but I know ".
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if I need something, he's there.
" "A lift, a tenner, a hug.
" Oh, give it here.
"And "if you have ever cared about me ".
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you'll let me have what I want.
"For Dad to adopt me.
"Love, Chloe.
" Come on Oh Hi.
- Shouldn't you be at work? - Yeah.
But it's been, er, brought home to me that some things are more important.
What can I do to help? Erm - What's that? - Socks.
We're giving everyone a new pair.
Oh, great.
They're the old ones.
We don't have to eat here.
I mean, we came the other night, didn't we? Thank you.
Although we could make this our place and, in years to come, fondly reminisce about the endless servings of sizzling meat.
Let's have a look.
Oooh, chicken thighs.
Pork belly.
- What's our limit for tonight? - I can't do this.
Are you turning vegetarian? No, erm This isn't easy.
Are you dumping me? That was a joke, Adam.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God! Oh, my Oh, my God! You? What? - It's Karen.
- Where? - No, she's the reason.
- Karen? Yes, the way the two of you are together.
You want to be with her, not me.
- Oh, God.
- No, I I don't know what I want, but But this I mean, us It's better that I'm on my own.
"I think it's better that I'm on my own.
" - What? - That's what you said.
Yeah.
- Look, I'm sorry.
You're lovely.
- Shut your chops! Shut your chops! Shut your chops.
Shut it.
Excuse me? Hello.
Yes, er There we go.
He'll buy you another one.
Have a lovely meal.
Bye-bye, prick! Excuse me Thank you for coming.
It's you I should be thanking.
Why? Giving me something to believe in.
Not God, surely? God, no! I'm sorry No, but this, helping people, yeah.
You know, when I was young, I used to go on a lot of demos.
I used to want to smash the system, make the world a better place.
You've reminded me of that.
Well, if you're free this weekend, there is a march against poverty in London.
I can't promise you tear gas but, erm .
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afterwards, we could take in the sights.
Yeah.
Yeah? Great.
- Are you all right? - Yeah.
- You're joking me? - Yeah, that's what I've heard.
Karen's not coming? But I've got all these sausages.
Well, she is coming.
She's not stopping.
She's going to London with Dan.
Really? Yeah, they're staying over.
I suspect there may be a laying on of hands.
Ha! I've got it! Karen, hi.
We're in the back garden.
Oh, David.
Before we go through, can I have a word? I'd like to give you some money.
No, Karen No, it's your money, that you invested.
That's if you'd like to be bought out.
Well, it would certainly help.
- This is more than I put in.
- Inflation.
Growth.
Perhaps a little gratitude.
You bailed me out, David.
Oh What can I say? Thank you.
Just one thing.
Could I have some of it in cash, till I get to the bank? Hey, Adam.
Er, I owe you this.
- Don't be silly.
This is my treat.
- Er, no.
I stole it when I stayed over.
I'm sorry.
I hope you'll forgive me.
You borrowed it.
If you stole it, you wouldn't be paying it back.
- David.
- Nah.
A tenner says it's Pete.
I know that innocent look.
He's focused, circling his prey.
Men and their barbecue tools.
It'll be subtle, but it'll be swift.
Here he goes Boom! That's my boy.
May I touch you up, madam? You wish.
I'm all right.
I'm pacing myself.
- Is that the chemo? - Probably.
I spoke to Caitlin.
Ah.
- What did she say? - That you split up.
Was that all? Yeah.
Why, was there something else? No.
Why did you end it? It's David's fault.
That thing he said.
Better to be with no-one .
.
if you can't be with the right one.
Excuse me.
Er, excuse me.
Matt, can you turn the music down? Yes.
Thanks.
Erm, I'd just like to say a few words.
Er, not a lot.
Just to thank you.
Er, it It's easy to lose sight of what's really important.
And I did.
But thanks to friends .
.
and family .
.
and both of my ex-wives, I'm reminded of what really matters.
And that's about it, really.
Yeah.
Everything.
Enjoy! Hey! Aw! Love you, Dad! Well done, David.
Erm, actually, we've got an announcement, too.
Chloe, you come and say it.
Go on, Chlo! We've made an application for my dad to adopt me.
The probationary period has gone well.
So, er I thought I'd risk it.
Mm.
I love a happy ending.
I have to go.
Do you? Really? If I want to get this train, yeah.
I've told Pete to stay.
I'll only be in me pjs watching 60-Minute Makeovers through my eyelids.
- Are you sure you're gonna be OK? - Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- I'm just a bit tired.
- Yeah.
- Thanks, though.
- All right, love.
- See ya.
- Take care.
Listen to the girl As she takes on half the world Moving up and so alive In her honey-dripping Beehive It's good, so good You misquoted David.
What? He said, "Better to be with no-one than with the wrong one.
" But you said, "If you can't be with the right one.
" It's different.
It suggests you have someone else in mind.
You don't kiss friends like we did, Adam.
Do you? Just like honey Just like honey Just like honey Just like honey.
Come on.
Walking back to you Is the hardest thing for me To do.