Doctor Doctor (2016) s02e10 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 10

1 Charlie, you have raised levels of HCG in your blood.
- What does that mean? - Pregnancy indicator.
Ectopic.
Let's prep for surgery.
- You want to talk? - Let's just get on with things, okay? What if I designed a stent shaped like a helix? Maybe I should convince Penny to put her grant into a Whyhope rehab centre and spa.
Penny has a grant? Will you fund my stent? I'm just not hearing enough begging.
- You wrote a book.
- Yeah, stupid.
I made it into an e-book and a website for it.
I had sex with Hayley.
I want to marry her.
Your brain isn't even fully developed yet.
- Will you marry me? - It's a 'yes'.
Oh! - [BANG] - Hayley misses.
Hayley, that's seven.
I'm Harriet.
- Las Vegas wife.
- We're getting a divorce.
You're not divorced? I've been clean for a year.
Good for you.
Bye.
Jim is having a kidney transplant tomorrow and Hugh is donating his kidney.
See you on the Other Side.
Code blue! There's a T wave inversion on the heart monitor.
He is not waking.
I've got a bad feeling.
- He's had a heart attack.
- Oh, my God! Probably saved his life.
- I'll go.
- Harry I don't want you to go.
I never did.
[GENTLE COUNTRY MUSIC] So, to recap, decorating, Charlie, Ajax, and Jim, if you're up for it.
Oh, fit as a fiddle.
Ask Meryl.
Oh, Jim.
Oh, God, I hope you're not talking about sex.
Move on, Hayley.
Move on fast.
Jim, meet my dad there and arrange the bows.
I'll come and give the florist a diagram of flower placements.
- Brewery for the reception.
- On it.
And you have the potpourri sachets - and chocolates for everyone? - We do.
Why do they call it potpourri? Yeah, why not old flowers that stink? [LAUGHTER] Focus! But above all, relax and enjoy the preparations.
Dinner tonight.
Menu, Meryl? Prawns, lamb rack, and apple cake.
- Approved.
- Is Hugh you coming tonight? I texted, I haven't heard back.
Have you seen him? No one has.
He's disappeared.
He's back with his wife, he's had an operation, he had a heart attack and he gave your father a kidney.
I think cut him some slack.
It's sort of nice when he's not around, don't you think? - [LAUGHS] - Okay.
Chop, chop.
52 hours till nuptials, everybody.
Let's get cracking.
I'm going up the country, babe, don't you wanna go? I'm going up the country, babe, don't you wanna go? I'm going someplace where I've never been before I'll leave this city, I've got to get away I'm gonna leave this city I've got to get away All this fussin' and fightin', man, you know I sure can't stay.
It's going to be huge.
Where does this stick go? You know kites is one of the most dangerous sports in the world.
I'm not sure that's true.
Well when we attach the razor blade to the string you will.
- You what? - You attach a razor blade so you can cut people's kites up.
In dogfight style.
I'm not attaching a razor blade.
But then they just fly around.
Spoiler that.
They're fun and pretty.
Hugh said he'll come watch.
- Don't count on that.
- Why? Because of Harriet? He is pretty intense with her, I agree.
I meant he's recuperating.
- Nothing to do with Harriet.
- Maybe they can both come.
Would that be okay? Yep.
Of course.
['ALONE WITH YOU' BY SUNNYBOYS IS PLAYING] We can lock away the bad memories together Close the doors to the past for ever.
Dance! I had an operation and a heart attack.
Oh, excuses.
Is this the man I married? - No.
- [LAUGHS] Come on.
Oh, man.
Ow.
Oh yeah.
I can't always remember what I say - Oh, ignore that.
- Ignoring.
I can't always take it having to pay Watching you walk What's that? That is a stent that I designed.
It changes the way the blood flows to an artificial heart.
It's going to break ground and save lives.
- You're amazing.
- Mmm.
- You know me so well.
- I do, actually.
- Oh! I'm going to lie down.
- Oh! I'm going to lie down on top of you.
Didn't you hear me when I said I'd recently had a heart attack? The doctor said light exercise.
Oh, well, you know I do trust doctors, though.
[LAUGHS] Oh! [LAUGHS] How are you? Can you not say it like that? Like what? Like my cat died.
I just wondered how you are.
I mean, you saved his life and now he's down there with Harriet.
Penny! Didn't realise you were here.
Gustave, from Junker in Germany, rang.
Wants you to call.
Wants the payment for the stent prototype.
I'll put him off another few weeks.
Also in other news, I think Hugh's wife is stealing rice puddings off the palliative care patients.
I'm sure that's not true.
Are you sure you're okay? I'm fine.
Patients, great.
Bridie.
You've done a knee ligament.
But the grand final is Saturday.
- I'm sorry.
- Oh, my God! [VOICE WAVERING] I know.
Are you crying? It's your grand final.
I know.
I should be crying too, I guess.
I guess I'm still processing.
Do you want a hug? Great.
Thanks.
I'm so sorry.
[BANGING AT DOOR] Hugh! I lost a kidney not my hearing.
Hey, Ajax.
Should you call me 'step mum' or 'Harry'? Your choice.
Can I talk to you privately? Ah, sure.
You have to come to dinner tonight.
- No choice.
- Yeah, I got the text.
Okay well you've been avoiding us so Mum sent me to make sure.
Okay.
All right.
We'll be there.
But you know my feelings about this.
- Still? - It is a mistake.
You shouldn't get married.
- Hugh, you need to be there for me.
- I am.
Trust me, I'm the only one who is.
Well, I'm against your marriage.
Yes well, I've got the feeling you're only saying that because I said I was against yours.
No, I hate Harriet.
I've got a bad feeling.
Well, I love Hayley and I also have a bad feeling.
Well, I love Hayley too.
So what's your problem? It doesn't mean it's a good idea.
Just be at dinner.
[MUTED MUSIC] We still haven't decided on a horseshoe or an L-shape.
Well, are you sure you want to seat people, Hayley? I got stuck with Uncle Marvin last time.
Oh.
I don't know him.
He kisses you on the lips and goes "Mmm" when he says hello.
Eugh! Gross! Welcome to the family.
I saw a rabbit on the road this morning on the way here and then seven little bunnies popped out of the grass behind it.
Maybe we should have had rabbit for the main.
I went off The Pill a couple of weeks ago.
I bet I'm pregnant in a month.
Here's hoping.
I'd love a grandchild.
Grandchild? A grand brood, Meryl.
Four is what I agreed with Ajax but I bet they're so cute we have seven.
Oh, can we just decide on a table formation? Please? Sorry, Charlie.
I mean, when I think of kids I think of our kids playing.
Okay.
Horseshoe.
Let's just do a horseshoe shape.
Is this the part where you take the blindfold off and there is a dead body and you need my help to bury it? No.
This is the part where I take the blindfold off and you're like, "God I love you.
" One second.
- Penny? - How did you know I was Smelled you.
Sensed you.
I don't know.
Weird.
Can your wife stop stealing patients' rice pudding? - It's a benign addiction.
- It's driving Ken crazy.
I really don't care.
I'll do what I can.
Not going to ask about the blindfold? Not my business.
[RUNNING STEPS APPROACHING] Ah! Blindfold.
Quick.
Guess.
Mustangs.
- You remember in Nevada? - Oh! God I love you.
Let's do it.
[ENGINES START UP] [REVS CAR] ['ARE YOU GONNA BE MY GIRL' BY JET, PLAYS ON CAR RADIO] Eugh! [ENGINES ROAR] One, two, three take my hand and come with me Because you look so fine that I really want no make you mine I say you look so fine that I really want to make you mine Oh, four, five, six c'mon and get your kicks Now you don't need that money when you look like that, do you honey Big black boots Long blonde hair She's so sweet With her get back stare Well I could see you home with me But you were with another man, yeah I know we ain't got much to say before I let you get away, yeah I said, are you gonna be my girl? [SIGHS AND GROANS] [GUNSHOT] I think dinner's ready.
So, Harriet welcome to the family.
It's an honour.
Mmm.
Let's not oversell it.
You seem like a nice woman.
You could still back out.
Oh, it's so exciting, my two sisters-in-law.
All right, he is to Ajax and Hayley, the reason why we're here.
Congratulations, we couldn't be happier.
Here's to a long and happy union.
- Here, here.
- Ajax and Hayley.
- Um, other dad time.
- God.
Marriage, what could be more difficult, eh? Perhaps giving a pedicure to a tiger.
Hugh, official warning.
Look I know what you're all thinking.
Hugh, you've given so much to this family, a kidney, ex-girlfriend, a son, what could we possibly give you? All I ask for in return is that we all search our hearts and ask ourselves, can we really let this marriage happened? He's usually good at parties.
Look, in all seriousness, I nearly died recently and I realise there is no time for half measures, half-hearted responses or pretending shit is all right when it really is not.
You two love each other desperately, I get that.
Ajax, Hayley, just think hard.
A toast.
To living life to the full and to family.
- To family.
- Family.
- To family.
- Family.
- Harriet? - Yeah? Do you have a church? Well I used to.
It was called any bar with bourbon.
My church welcomes new members.
Okay.
Well, let me ask you something.
Do you see Jesus's face in this puddle of gravy? Is that what kind of church you're talking about? And when people say lesbian everybody crinkles up inside? Is that where this is at? So Harry, what's it like living in a hospital? I would find that weird.
Living in a hospital.
- It's only for 88 days.
- And then you're going to get a house? Oh, we have an apartment in Boston.
Are you going to live there? Well, probation will be up.
I know a guy.
We think he can get me a job.
They love him there.
- You're leaving? - Of course.
88 days.
Are you kidding? Well, I have a career.
Why is this a shock? Why wait? Go now.
Harriet, can you help me with dessert? Sure.
[SUBDUED MUSIC] [CLEARS THROAT] I definitely think you're going to be my favourite sister-in-law, Charlie.
I think Meryl and I might become firm friends.
Oh, excellent.
- No luck with Ajax? - No.
But he can't see how crazy it is.
You could have gone easier, by the way.
- Next time, make an effort to be - Someone else? Well, a little more sensitive to the local people.
They were never going to like the fact you're leaving, no matter when you told them.
Fuck it.
The reality's the reality.
You're a genius.
This is a one horse town and we're getting the hell out.
Guess maybe you did go easy back there.
You bet I did.
They put you in a box for a year.
We are kicking the lid off and you're coming back, my friend.
Oh, you are You bet I am.
[UNLOCKS CAR] Let's go drive somewhere and have sex on the bonnet of one of these fine automobiles.
[UNLOCKS CAR] Deal.
[QUIET MUSIC] [BIRDS CHIRP] [HORSES SNORT] [CLEARS THROAT] You left without me.
I couldn't sleep.
Sorry.
Maybe Hugh's right about the wedding.
No, he's not right.
They're cute.
We've already paid for the caterers.
Yeah, but she wants to have a baby immediately.
That's crazy.
She wants to have seven.
Ah, babies are like bulls.
You buy one, you think you want seven then you're like, "Oh, one will do.
" We can only get gored so many times.
Good analogy.
I mean, she'll probably pop out a litter in no time, young, fresh eggs, shiny, bright ovaries.
What's going on? Nothing.
They're just young.
I mean, the more you think about it, it is crazy.
Is this about us? You want a baby? We're on a break, remember? We haven't talked about it for a while.
Yeah, and I've really enjoyed not talking about it.
So let's continue to do that.
Naked swim? - You with me? - Oh yes, I am.
And there are no more puddings on the ward but there has been a wave of complaints from patients about their absence.
- Just give them fruit compote.
- I did.
Several have thrown them at the staff.
- Can you handle it, Ken? - I am.
I am just communicating the issues of the day.
Ring Gustave.
Oh, yes, I will.
Ken.
How dare you.
Morning.
Morning.
Back on deck.
- Back on deck.
- Are you repeating everything I say? It's a side effect of the heart attack.
It's a side effect of the heart attack.
- Funny.
- Funny.
What a touching reunion between saved and saviour.
Forgot you were there.
Lost in the moment? [SCOFFS] How's married life? Good.
We should all hang out.
- I really don't want to do that.
- Me neither.
I need a doctor or two.
His brother hit him in the mouth with a cricket bat.
Accidentally? Of course accidentally.
Oh, clearly you don't have brothers.
Hey.
His jaw may be fractured.
We'll get some X-rays.
Yeah, a lot of blood.
Some broken teeth.
Call Norman.
We'll get a dental consult ASAP.
We'll need to get them out before they abscess.
Norman's in Noosa.
Oh.
Damn.
Harriet's a dentist.
Yeah, she took Tom Cruise's braces off.
She said that he was really nice but really intense.
So, should I ask her? - Um - Of course.
Ouch.
Okay, they're going to have to come out.
But don't worry handsome, women love damaged men, I mean, ask my husband.
- Funny.
- Penny, can you suction for me? Mia can do it.
Oh, okay.
- Come here, Ang Jolie.
- Love to.
You tell me more about the - stars whose teeth you've done? - Oh, deal.
You seem like you've got this.
Thanks, Harriet.
Not a problem.
So, who else have you done? Well, I did a plate for DiCaprio.
You meet him and you're like, I should be naked right now.
- Awesome.
- Is it? There it is.
Twist and pull.
- Do you like that, darling? - Artful.
[SIGHS] [CRIES] Let it go, Penny.
Let it go.
Distract.
Gustave.
How cute is this nurse, here? Thanks.
You're really pretty, too.
- You know where we live, right? - Harry.
- Yeah.
- Well, every girl wants to go for a three way some time and if it's your first time, trust me, this is the rodeo you want to get on.
- Okay, that's enough.
- Are you hitting me up for a threesome? Oh, pretty and quick.
You in? I can tell by your face you want to be.
She's kidding.
She's so funny, she's always screwing with people.
Oh, my God! I was totally sucked in.
You're a riot, Harry.
Just knock three times.
So funny, as if.
Cheers, gross.
Okay.
No need for that.
She was kidding.
Okay.
That looks like it's going to be okay.
We're going to put some clove-soaked gauze in there and nature will heal all.
- I can do that.
- Okay, great.
Harriet.
Oh, Hugh cross with Harriet.
I have to work here.
Yeah, but if it had worked, Hugh happy with Harriet.
Just go.
Pull! Dammit! Calm down.
What's wrong? Hugh.
Doesn't want me to get married.
Well, he is a clever man but he's not a wise man.
He is just a dick.
I'm glad he's leaving.
He was always leaving.
When I was nine he said to me, "It's pretty boring here, isn't it?" And I said, "No.
You've just got to be quiet and see how alive it is.
" And what did he say? He said, "You're pretty boring, too.
" And then I hit him.
Funny.
You love her.
She loves you.
And that will be enough? You bet it will.
Just remember, two a day with food.
Come with me.
What? Just come, right now.
Okay.
Sit down.
I want you to see this so I can see your face.
Because I wish I'd seen my face when I saw it.
God.
Could you be any weirder? My God! You are - Are you okay? - I am.
I am.
- Having a seizure? - Read.
[SIGHS] All right.
"Junker & Junker originally invited "to quote on the prototype" That's what I thought I looked like! They want to buy the stent.
- This is an offer document.
- I know.
I spoke to him.
He wants the rights to engineer it.
Page 2 has a number on it.
- $4.
8 million! - And royalties! [BOTH SQUEAL] Hayley, I'm just going to say it.
You're too young.
The more I think about it, Hugh's right.
It's madness to get married now.
I mean, I'm there for you, I am.
I'm just bringing it up.
I think Hayley is ready for anything.
Yes, they're going to have their challenges of monumental proportions that they're going to feel destroyed by at times.
- We will? - Of course.
Kids will do it to you.
Did you have postnatal depression, Meryl? Oh, who doesn't? They used to call it, 'The year of late night gin and early-morning tears.
' They did? Hugh was a darling.
Well of course he was.
Matt was very needy.
I thought he'd suck the life force out of me and leave me an empty husk on the living room floor.
- Really? - Mmm.
But you suck it up and you move on.
The fun goes out of it for a decade or so.
Right.
But you two have the love to get through it.
Exactly.
[GENTLE MUSIC] Sorry.
I just We're going to be - sisters-in-law so I had to be - Mean? Honest.
Sometimes they're too similar, aren't they? True.
Oh, Harriet, can I have a word? Is this about the puddings? I'm totally addicted to them.
Is that Ken guy onto me? No.
I mean, he is, actually.
But it's more about you being in a building full of pills and opiates when you're only a year clean.
Betty, as my oldest Whyhope friend, I thank you for your concern, but I'm fine.
I don't need them or want them.
What do you have in the bucket? - I don't want to show you.
- Now! [SIGHS] Puddings.
I knew it.
Hand them over.
I have an addiction problem.
So would you prefer that I destroyed my life with drugs or can you show me the empathy of letting me indulge my passion for sugary rice? It's your choice.
Have the puddings.
[LIGHT MUSIC] She's good.
- Amazing.
- Oh, beautiful.
Thank you.
Ooh! - I really like the birds around it.
- Yeah, they're cool.
- Oh! Ajax! - Shit.
Sorry.
Eugh! It's just a cake.
It's not.
Are you still thinking about what happened with Hugh? No.
No.
Loud noes mean yes.
He cares about you.
He's been a bit rude but know that it comes from love.
- Does that mean you think he's right? - No.
It means forgive and forget.
Charlie was on about it, too.
Let's just block out all the noise and we'll go buy a new cake ASAP.
Unless you think he is right.
No.
I mean, he just wants us to wait.
So it's not like he is against us.
Mmm.
Just the timing.
Just wait.
You've said that a couple of times.
Do you want to postpone? Yeah.
Oh, I don't know.
What if he is right? What if we're too young, too dumb, our brain's not well formed? Maybe the cake was a sign.
[LITTLE CRY] [ACOUSTIC GUITAR PICKING] Medical staff of Whyhope, this is an amazing day for us.
We did something extraordinary.
Whoo-hoo! Congratulations.
So amazing.
It is.
And congratulations to you and your marriage.
Thanks.
So, how did this all happen? Hugh had an idea, brought it to me, and poof, $4.
8 million.
Oh! Wow! Do you want a drink? I don't drink.
Oh, shit.
My bad.
You're a drunk.
Were a drunk.
Aren't a drunk.
All of the above.
No offence taken.
Yeah, no, it didn't last very long.
We've moved on to other Hugh.
Ajax.
Big day.
Sold my stents.
Right.
I postponed my wedding.
You did it.
Yeah, I thought maybe you were right.
I am right.
How is Hayley? She is eating a lot of cake and weeping a little bit but we agreed it was the right thing to do.
- Good for you.
- Ajax, are you nervous? - Are you excited? - Are you filled with wonder at love and all it brings? You guys our seriously the second cutest - couple in Whyhope.
- Who's the? All right, just relax.
Ajax has postponed the wedding.
Yeah.
I know you guys probably bought shoes and everything.
I'm so sorry.
- Oh, no, why? - Don't crowd him.
He just had a moment of clarity.
Hugh made me scared I was making a mistake.
- Hugh! - Excuse us.
Let's go.
Don't mind them, they're just drunk and overexcited about my incredible achievements.
No, I thought it was right.
I don't want to ruin us but, I just feel weird now.
Is that normal? You're doing the right thing.
It's a hard thing but it is the right thing.
Okay.
Yeah.
I'd better go home and tell everyone else.
Good evening.
Wow.
Little bit drunk? I am.
Thanks for asking.
Now I have to say this, good for you for finding love with someone else.
Someone, I mean.
Love is good and you found it.
And so can I, too.
This is how I see things.
What a great working, collegial relationship we have.
We do.
Will I regret everything I just said? - Probably.
- I don't care.
Thanks for saving my life.
I'll never ever hold it over you.
You owe me.
- Just saying.
- Got it.
Hey.
Don't, I'm on a roll.
They called it off.
Postponed indefinitely.
- Oh, shit.
- A bit of an anti-climax.
I think I might have said some things.
- Charlie.
- Well, Hugh started it.
I just wanted her to understand the reality of everything.
Is this about babies? This is about looking out for the people you love.
They're children.
Children shouldn't have children.
I don't think you're being honest.
I don't know where I'm at.
It's not on my radar.
I'm nowhere.
I'm going to write because I'm on a roll.
[GENTLE MUSIC] Say it again.
- 4.
8.
- Wow! And they'll make it and market it which is the best thing.
It's going to save lives.
You should get Kleiman's in LA to negotiate the deal.
Yeah.
Good idea.
I'll talk to Penny.
Why? Because it's hers too.
Yeah, about that.
Are you out of your freakin' mind? - What? - Did you design it by yourself? Yeah, then I took it to her and she funded it.
Oh, so she gave you a desk, turned the lights on for you.
Well, she put her grant money into it.
Oh, lucky her, she gets a cut.
But you get the authorship.
You get the royalties.
It's your legacy, right? Well, I don't know.
- We're partners.
- What are you talking about? Is this because you fucked her? - Oh, of course it is.
- Oh, God.
I haven't fucked her.
Well then no big deal.
Cut her loose.
You know she saved my life.
She's a doctor, she's supposed to do that.
- She's my friend.
- You're into her.
Oh, God.
We had a verbal agreement.
Well, you married me and you banged a waitress three weeks later and that was a signed legal document.
I'm sure you'll live with it.
No.
- Do not throw that! - [SMASH] You need to cut her loose in every way.
- [SMASH] - Starting with this.
- Well that's just not going to happen.
- This is about us, not her.
I'm asking you for me.
Do this.
God, I forgot how selfish you are.
And I forgot how weak you are.
[CALLS OUT] I'm not coming after you! [TENSE MUSIC] [DOOR SLAMS] [ENGINE ROARS] [TYRES SCREECH] [SIGHS] [RINGING] VOICEMAIL: It's Harry.
Talk.
[BEEP] Harry, just call me.
I'm not coming to find you.
You hear me? Never again.
All right? And don't drink.
Just Just don't.
[LIGHT MUSIC] [CAR PHONE ON SPEAKER, HEAR RINGING] VOICEMAIL: It's Harry.
Talk.
[BEEP] [MOBILE RINGS] Hey, Floyd.
FLOYD [OVER PHONE]: Hi.
Just making sure you remembered the kites.
Ah, yeah.
Yeah, of course I remembered.
10am, right? FLOYD: Yep.
- I'll be there.
- Great.
[HANGS UP] I was thinking we could pour the money into an R&D centre.
That'd really mark the hospital out.
Bring talent.
It's such a massive opportunity.
My hands are still tingling.
Mmm.
Same.
We should probably get some paperwork done, though.
Just a clarify the details of authorship, royalties, you know, things of such nature.
We're partners.
How much clearer can it get? I've got a firm in LA I use to represent me.
If you had anyone they could deal with to finalise Are you kidding me? It's just the real world, Penny.
You've got to take care of yourself.
In my real world you take care of each other.
I can't believe you're trying to screw me.
I'm not.
It's rough out there.
You have to protect yourself.
- From you, it turns out.
- I'm just trying to You know what? I don't care.
I really don't.
Floyd.
No one can get off the ground so they turned it into a prettiest kite competition.
Versatile.
Do you want a razor blade so you can cut other people's kites up, Floyd? No.
They're kind of my friends now.
Good for you.
Point subtly made.
Hey.
Sorry I was snippy when I was writing.
Ah, I've seen The Shining.
I know not to interrupt.
What if you got there? - Chapter 9.
- You read it? Well, you seemed so inspired I was interested in why.
And what did you think? Well, you hate it because it's sci-fi of course.
Of course, but I was - interested in the premise.
- Mmm? [READS] "Having been injured in space battle previously, "Banzina did not know whether she had the heart" "to lead the spawn against the mighty project.
" That's a great dilemma, huh? You feel for her pain but will she find her courage? It hangs in the balance.
"Spawn.
" "Damaged in the battle of Ecmont.
" Mm-hm.
Spawn.
Children.
Ecmont.
Ectopic.
You're scared to go back in.
So am I.
You have to come up at some point.
Okay, that's it, I'm going.
Maybe I don't even want kids, Matt.
Is that a conversation you're ready to have? If that's where you're at, it is.
I might need to write the next chapter 1st.
[GENTLE MUSIC] [SIGHS] Oh, shi There I was thinking I'd make a dramatic entrance and you went even here.
A waste.
What happened? Don't drive angry.
- It crashed.
- I sideswiped a tree.
But they make you take out full insurance so it cost us nothing and we got an exciting experience.
[GRUNTS] Let me look at it.
I passed out after I crashed and then when I woke up it was morning.
- Okay.
Squeeze my hands.
- Did you say hands? - Okay.
Where are you? - In the loving care of my husband.
All right.
Anything else hurt? No.
I'm fine.
What about you? Are you wounded but okay? [SIGHS] You know, I really thought we wouldn't do this.
We had a fight, Hugh.
Let's not blow it out of proportion.
You disappeared on me, all night.
Crashed a car and made me act like a prick to Penny.
Penny? Yes.
You raised it with her? - You're the best.
- Fuck you.
Well, the hard bit is over.
Now let the lawyers at it.
- Harry - Okay, let's not talk about her.
I know it's hard.
You're a soft-hearted guy.
But your secret is safe with me.
[SCOFFS] Jesus Christ.
Don't you want to examine my body for bruising? - I do not.
- Oh yeah, you do.
Come on, this is us.
I thought no booze, no pills, things would be different.
They are.
I'm back within 12 hours, sober.
Just [SHUTS DOOR FIRMLY] - Can I come in? - No, I'm trying to think.
You're being weird.
[SIGHS] I'm done.
I'm sorry.
No, I'm sorry.
I am.
I was a bitch.
I am a bitch.
I'll try with everything I have not to be.
I just don't like who I am when I'm with you.
You know, I used to think it was fun, how hard this is, but now I just think it is hard.
It is too hard.
We tell each other the truth.
And that's the beauty of it.
[LITTLE LAUGH] Come here.
Are we making up? I'm saying goodbye.
[GENTLE MUSIC] I don't want that.
I don't care.
Pull! Oh! So close.
Yeah, I'm off today.
Maybe you need a hug.
Help centre you.
Will it help? It can't hurt.
Ready.
Pull! Boom! Boom! Boom! Ah look, I don't know what's going to happen with you two, but Ajax, you should listen to yourself.
And I'll be there.
Finally some good advice.
So you think it's right, now? I dunno.
Maybe it'll be a disaster, maybe not.
But a man should be allowed to make his own mistakes and have company doing it.
I'm not shooting well.
Weird tangent.
When everything sits right I shoot well.
Let's do a test.
Ten from ten and we do it.
Not exactly scientific.
Well, it's true though.
Hugh, you pull.
[BANG, BANG, BANG] That's eight.
Set.
Pull! [BANG] That's nine from nine.
Ajax! I'll do the last.
- Oh, Hayley - Ajax.
Arm.
Set.
Pull! Whoo-hoo! [JOLLY MUSIC] - Yeah! - [LAUGHS] Are you ready? We are gathered here today to [LAUGHTER AND CHEERING] Whoo! That usually happens at the end.
Fantastic.
Whoo! ['GREEN LIGHT' BY LORDE, PLAYS] But honey I'll be seeing you down every road I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it 'Cause honey I'll come get my things, but I can't let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it Oh honey I'll come get my things but I can't let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it But honey I'll come get my things but I can't let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it Oh I wish I could get my things and just let go I'm waiting for it So, do you think your near-death experience has given you any insights into life, Jim? This will be profound.
Matt, maybe you should be open to the idea that your father's a human being who can surprise you.
Anything is possible.
Dad, any insights? Ah Not really.
See? Nothing? The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance.
The wise man grows it beneath his feet.
Indeed.
Did you actually make that up? But I hear sounds in my mind Brand-new sounds in my mind.
- Lovely couple.
- Oh, aren't they? You know I had a dream once we got married.
And how did it end? You took me for a picnic and there was a shallow grave dug nearby.
Glad to see you're back on your feet, Rod.
I've got a proposal for you.
It's a bit dodgy but lucrative.
You're a guest in my home.
I suppose I should listen out of politeness.
Oh honey I'll come get my things but I can't let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it.
Beautiful.
Mmm.
Aren't they? I give it a year.
Cynic.
Honey I'll come get my things but I can't let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it Oh I wish I Partners? Could get my things and just let go I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it.
Partners.
I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it I'm waiting for it that green light, I want it.