Doctor Doctor (2016) s04e08 Episode Script

Cursed

1 [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
You should rule your life like you ruled that pole.
Well, if we're not in a relationship, why do you care? The Pretty Titty, my long and cherished dream.
Maybe it's that Tara is a bit taller.
She can pull that look off better.
This isn't Tara's look.
Hey, Penny.
Oh! We're twins.
[CHUCKLES.]
I get panic attacks.
- Did you get counseling? - Hugh, we're doctors.
We show any sign of weakness, and we're out of a job.
TARA: You know it's gonna be hard but not soul-destroying.
No one should have to go through that twice in a career.
Oh, Tara, when you get a minute, I'm gonna need your routine drug test.
Cheers.
Sorry.
I just didn't know who else to call.
You okay? Can we just talk? [MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[BIRDS CHIRPING.]
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Yeah, yeah Oh, oh, oh WOMAN: Speed up.
You're behind.
Increase your pace or reduce your goal.
Or what? Increase your pace or reduce your goal.
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]
- [CELLPHONE CHIMES.]
- Run complete.
Compared to others in your age group, you are in the 50th percentile.
- Happy birthday, Dr.
Knight! - Happy birthday, Dr.
Knight! You'll notice the absence of balloons.
Oh, well, the world's helium is set to run out in 25 years unless we take radical action, so Well, unfortunately, it's not my birthday.
Not today.
Oh, and you went to all this trouble.
It's today on our register.
Yes.
I try and keep it fluid in case of identity theft.
Many happy returns.
Oh, and you're reprising your annual birthday run.
Good job.
We're just trying to convince Dr.
Knight the importance of celebrating milestones.
If there was actually a milestone to celebrate.
Dr.
Knight celebrates most days of the year.
Ha.
Yes.
Well, if you'll excuse me, shower time.
But, um, thank you, both accounts.
You won't be needing this, then.
I'll go you halves.
It's a special one, isn't it? It might be.
Approximately halfway through an average white male's life-span.
Not many of them can run 8 1/2 K's before work.
WOMAN: 2.
2 kilometers.
Great job.
Press "yes" to save - Technical glitch.
- "no" to delete.
Thanks for listening last night.
- Oh.
- I really appreciated it.
No problem.
Um, Tara's first patient's getting a little antsy.
Oh.
Tara's not here? Have you seen her this morning? No.
Haven't seen her.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
- [UP-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYING.]
- Hey, hey, hey, hey It's time Let's shake Shake your body It's time Let's shake WOMAN: Shoot.
Hook.
Hook.
We've got to party We got to party Hey, hey, hey, hey It's time Come down.
Okay.
Up.
It's time - Let's shake - Around.
Shake your body Head roll.
- Let's shake - Step and climb.
We've got to party Into sit.
And for a nice, strong finish.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
- Good job, everybody.
- Great job.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
You've got the focus of a gymnast with the heart of a synchronized swimmer.
Oh, I've got a long way to go, but you have me hooked, Ken.
[CELLPHONE CHIMES.]
I have to get back to work.
Sorry.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[BIRDS CHIRPING.]
[HAYLEY SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY, BABIES COOING.]
[IMITATES WIND WHOOSHING, CHUCKLES.]
- HAYLEY: Yeah.
Yeah.
- Look at that.
- It's a wing.
- HAYLEY: No, I loved it.
AJAX: Hey, Eliza.
HAYLEY: It made me feel fantastic.
I could hardly walk when I got home.
I mean, who wouldn't after what we did? Yeah.
I don't know.
Just I think maybe once was enough.
Bye.
I think we had vandals.
Or an earth tremor, maybe.
Ah.
Oh, well.
So, who was on the phone? - It's just a private call.
- About what? Something private.
It's good for us to have private lives, Ajax.
- It's what couples do.
- They do? Mm-hmm.
Otherwise, you lose your identity.
I mean, you have your skeet shooting.
That's our thing.
No, it's not.
It's yours, really.
And, I mean, that's the trouble.
We each need things for ourselves.
Like what? I don't know, Ajax.
Can't think of everything.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS, TELEPHONE RINGING.]
All I can get is Tara's voicemail.
You want to send Ken 'round to wake her up? Oh, he's on professional development.
What's that a euphemism for? Back in a minute.
You've phoned Dr.
Tara Cordair.
Please leave a message.
[BEEP.]
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
Ajax.
AJAX: Hayley was on the phone this morning, and I think it was, like, a guy.
She was giggly and Kind of, like, flirting.
Well, have you checked her phone? No.
That's pretty wrong.
Well, so is being unfaithful If that's what you think it is.
Hey, listen.
I've got to go.
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
[RINGING CONTINUES.]
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[CELLPHONE BEEPS.]
[BREATHING HEAVILY.]
Oh, shit.
Tara? Tara? Tara, can you hear me? Tara? Oh, fuck.
Oh, fuck.
Tara? Tara? All right.
Okay.
There we [GRUNTS.]
All right.
You'll be okay.
You'll be okay.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
Can't rouse her.
Low body temp.
Low respiratory rate.
GCS? Low but responsive to pain.
Also, I found these on her bed.
This is what she's taken? - Yeah.
I assume so.
- Anything else? Hugh? Cocaine and alcohol last night.
Perhaps more when she got home.
I don't know.
Does Tara suffer from depression? She had a bad experience in Sydney with a maternal death.
She could never shake it off.
It may be PTSD or PTSD.
Why wasn't I told any of this? Because I was her supervisor and you weren't.
A supervisor who supplied her with cocaine knowing she had anxiety issues.
Well, not exactly like that.
I want sats monitoring and oxygen.
Be ready to intubate if we have to.
Let's get IV access.
Start with fluids.
A catheter in, a urine for a drug screen.
And a paracetamol level just in case.
This wasn't deliberate.
Does she take these every day? HUGH: I don't know.
Everything you touch.
- Excuse me? - Everything you touch.
Did you check in with her? We went out.
We spoke about it.
Exactly what time did you leave her last night? I don't know.
11:00, and then she went home.
I rang her later on.
She said she was fine right before you called.
[THERMOMETER BEEPS.]
Her temp shot up 39.
Hey, she's conscious.
- [MUMBLING, GASPS.]
- Hey, do you know where you are? PENNY: She's seizing.
VDAS, stat.
It's all right, Tara.
It's all right.
It's all right, Tara.
It's all right.
[BIRDS CHIRPING.]
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
[GASPS.]
Meryl.
What are you doing, Hayley? Keeping strong.
How interesting.
Ajax isn't here.
Yesterday I offered an olive branch to Ajax and to you, and it was thrown back in my face.
Are the three boys conspiring? I don't know, Meryl.
You have to ask them, not me.
Sharper than a serpent's tooth, and to have three ungrateful children.
Yes, I feel like King Lear.
Today is Hugh's birthday.
I actually don't think they're going to invite me.
I don't think they've got anything planned.
If you organize a party, they'll come.
They won't if I do.
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
Meryl Knight.
Oh, yes, Mrs.
Maalouf.
If you could just hold on a minute.
Hayley, I have wall-to-wall meetings today.
Just tell me when and where and keep the receipts.
I really don't have time today, Meryl.
Plus, it's not my place.
[WHISPERING.]
I'll do the cake.
Yes, Mrs.
Maalouf.
[GRUNTS.]
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
HUGH: So your ECG showed QT prolongation.
So, given your seizure, you re a bit of a medical puzzle.
But rest assured It's a puzzle that I will solve.
So all I really need you to do now is open your eyes, give me your coffee order.
[MONITOR BEEPING.]
I know.
"Hilarious, Hugh.
" I'm just not really used to you not talking back.
Ah.
Temp's still high.
Still tachycardic at 140.
Her parents have just arrived.
- Who called them? - I did.
They're down as her next of kin.
Oh, it's a bad idea.
Drug-screen report.
Um, her parents are in your office.
You should know her mum's a GP.
Cocaine, high-level alcohol, benzodiazepine zero paracetamol.
Her last urine test was clean, so either she suddenly started to do all this or she faked that test and you were complicit in order to cover your own ass.
Hers more than mine.
But I still feel like shit if that's any consolation.
What do you suggest we tell the parents? [DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
I think we leave the C word out for now.
Best not overwhelm them.
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[BIRDS CHIRPING.]
HUGH: Tara was taking a prescribed medication Benzodiazepine.
Who prescribed them? I'm not sure.
Unfortunately, she was taking them with alcohol.
Tara doesn't usually drink.
Along with an antidepressant.
It was obviously an accidental overdose.
She isn't on antidepressants.
MAN: If she was, we'd know.
Your daughter is very dedicated to medicine.
With that comes perfectionism, curse of being a high achiever.
I can tell you now Tara has never been depressed unless something's happened to her here.
This just doesn't sound like her.
Tara performed a resuscitative hysterotomy yesterday.
It was very stressful, um, but she did very well.
She saved a woman and her baby And wanted to celebrate.
The, uh, the first drug you mentioned What's it prescribed for? - It's a sedative.
- It's for [SIGHS.]
I'm sorry.
It's a sedative that's often used in conjunction with antidepressants to combat anxiety.
PENNY: Look, we've got a few more tests to do.
So I'm gonna get someone to come and take you to the visitors' room.
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS, TELEPHONE RINGING.]
Well, that went well.
You think? Whatever you do, don't tell them that you and Tara are an item.
I want to do another ECG.
I'll be back in 15.
Okay.
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[GASPS.]
What are you doing in my daughter's house? Dr.
Cordair Who gave you permission to be here? I was tidying up in case you and your husband decided to stay.
So may I ask why you look so guilty? [DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
Helen! Oh, how fortuitous.
I need one of your beautiful cakes for tonight.
I'm sure whatever it is, it'll be wonderful.
Pole dancing in Whyhope, Meryl.
You must be very proud.
We've been running pole-dancing classes in council for a year.
It's the edge of prostitution.
It's dancing on a pole, Helen.
Maybe ask one of your pole dancers, Meryl.
They might make a cake for you.
A quote from the mayor? Found you, Meryl.
MERYL: Oh.
Um [CLEARS THROAT.]
A new bar is a welcome expansion to Whyhope's vibrant nightlife.
Photobombing.
Clever.
On the count of three, say, "Titty.
" - One, two, three.
- [SHUTTER CLICKING.]
MEN: Titties! [LAUGHS.]
Oh.
A day I thought would never come.
Me too.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Is Dr.
Cartwright with a patient? Uh, no.
And bring that with you, please, Dr.
Knight.
He was going through her things.
I want to see what you've taken from her house.
I haven't taken anything.
This is mine.
I know about you.
You have a reputation.
Oh, so you know I'm very good at what I do.
- Playboy surgeon.
- You never told me that.
I have now.
Look, my wife asked you nicely to see inside the bag.
So if you don't mind [ZIPPER OPENS.]
[BOTTLES CLANKING.]
[PILLS RATTLING.]
Is this what I think it is? That's not Tara's.
I think we'll call the police.
Some information before you do that.
Dr.
Knight.
Tara's an excellent doctor, but she is no saint.
How dare you.
She's at this hospital on probation under the instruction of the medical board.
That's the first we've heard of that.
If she is caught using illicit drugs again, she would lose her license to practice.
Sorry to interrupt.
It's urgent.
Let's go.
Excuse me.
[MONITOR BEEPING.]
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Nonsustained VT, seven beats.
She's had a run of it.
She's at high risk of cardiac arrest.
Self-reverting at this point, but the heart's got to be a symptom of something bigger.
She had QT prolongation on her ECG earlier, but Okay.
Well, if you put it all together, the alcohol and sedatives would explain the low body temperature on arrival.
Then the cocaine and antidepressants Serotonin syndrome.
Okay.
20 milligrams Cipro.
And let's prepare to intubate if need be.
PENNY: Yeah.
[MONITOR BEEPING.]
This should do the trick.
Hopefully.
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
Come on.
Come on.
There we go.
That's it.
Keep falling.
That's what we like to see.
Hey.
Hey, there, Doctor.
You know where you are? It's good to have you back.
Betty.
Oh, Meryl, I can't stop.
Got to get back to the hospital.
Tara is unconscious.
- Oh, the poor girl.
- I know.
Her parents are here, and I'm just getting them some lunch.
Listen, while I've got you Did you know that the mine offered Bruce Weller hush money to keep quiet about the subsidence on his land? Oh, that's not true.
[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE.]
- Yeah! - Yeah.
- Whoo! - Whoa-ho! I'd like to think that people won't blame you for the titty bar, Meryl, but I think they probably will.
Keep it funky every day Keep it funky every night Keep it funky every day Keep it funky every night - Whoo! - Whoo! Yeah! She'll doze in and out for a while.
That's to be expected.
Hello, darling girl.
Good work, Dr.
Knight.
[MONITOR BEEPING.]
Thank you, Dr.
Cartwright.
We'll give you some time alone.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[BIRDS CHIRPING.]
WOMAN: It just appeared.
It's the drought, I'm afraid.
They're expanding the mine in secret.
Oh, no, they're not.
This is what happens after a year of drought.
[EXPLOSION IN DISTANCE.]
Everyone who's seen this says it's the mine.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
I thought we were whipping up a cake for Hugh.
He won't notice there's no cake.
I've had six complaints about the mine blasting this week, so what we're looking for is mention of subsidence from any of the really bad drought years.
Meryl, if you want me as your assistant, we have to come up with a proper agreement.
You could always have a hot shower on a daily basis, full use of the washing machine, the refrigerator, and hot-cooked meals for young Jimmy.
Ajax doesn't have to know.
Anyway, what if the subsidence is from the mine explosions? Ajax had an angel topple over last night.
It's from the drought.
[EXPLOSION IN DISTANCE.]
I'm just thinking.
Would I have time to have a shower after this? [DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[HORN HONKS.]
[INDISTINCT SHOUTING.]
- JARROD: Excuse me.
- MERYL: Jarrod? Meryl, there you are.
- We can talk in here.
- What a crowd.
It's quiet for the moment.
Oh, Helen.
Bring the lights up for me, mate.
- Thanks.
- MAN: Yep.
No worries.
Right.
Um, here are the Maaloufs.
The Wellers are here, here, here, and here.
And these are all reported sites of subsidence? Yes.
All right.
We've completely finished blasting now.
So anything else has to be the drought.
I find your confidence impressive if not totally convincing.
But from my side of the fence, I would like to see the drought end long into the future.
I can make sure that happens, Meryl.
Good.
Always good to see you, Meryl.
I'll see you around the trap site.
So this is it.
- JARROD: Thanks, mate.
- MAN: No worries, mate.
[BEEPING, UP-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Got them moves Got them moves Oh, yeah Got them moves Oh, yeah WOMAN: Look at the name, Meryl.
It's disgusting! WOMAN: You going to take your clothes off?! Quiet! Quiet, everybody.
Just Quiet, quiet, quiet.
For those of you For those of you who don't approve of the new bar It's disgusting.
This is a council that is for jobs and growth! One more sleep, fellas! We open tomorrow night! [MEN CHEERING.]
[CHANTING.]
Titties! Titties! Titties! This is a job! A job and growth! Growth for the town! [BIRDS CHIRPING.]
Is it Matthew? Is it Charlotte? I don't usually go to people's places on the first date, - just so you know.
- Well, you're safe with me.
We ax murderers normally wait till after dark.
Do you have any other jokes? Not really.
It is easy to forget to have fun sometimes.
So true.
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
So, this is fun.
I think we should have some rules.
I love rules.
No telling anyone that we met online.
And no kissing till the third date If we have one.
Right.
You haven't properly specialized as yet.
I'm sorry.
We just want to see you reach your full potential.
That's all we expect.
The main thing is, we'll support you whatever you decide to do.
If you, uh, wouldn't mind stepping outside while I run a few checks We'll ask Dr.
Cartwright when she can be discharged.
Tara won't be continuing here.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
I'll keep them off your back, but you know they'll insist you stay with them.
Whereas I think all you need is a couple of weeks someplace near the water And a chance to chill out.
I'm not sure I've ever done that.
You performed a resuscitative hysterotomy in the back of beyond.
I think you can do anything.
I'll tell them you need some rest.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
MATT: So, looking back on my teens, when I was playful - Oh.
- mischievous - What? - I'm being you.
Oh, that's interesting.
little could I have imagined the rock-star lifestyle that awaited me as the author of a widely acclaimed erotic fan-fiction trilogy.
Rock star? You can pick and choose who you want to be with and where you want to go.
And let's honest.
Whyhope can get pretty ordinary.
April was special.
Very special.
She always gave me smiles when I needed them and hugs Took the piss and kicked my butt as required, and very nearly gave me the child I always wanted.
So I'm standing here in front of Charlie wondering if she really is the love of my life.
Your hair looks really pretty in the sunlight.
You're adorable.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[BIRDS CHIRPING, SQUAWKING.]
So, third date? Mm.
I think we might find something to do.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
[CELLPHONE RINGING.]
Oh, come on, Charlie.
[RINGING CONTINUES.]
[CELLPHONE RINGING, BUZZING.]
MATT: Ajax.
[SIGHS.]
I'm so sorry.
Um I'll be right back.
I'm sorry.
Seriously? Hey.
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
- Going sort of crazy.
- Yeah.
Right.
So, I got, you know, all these Feelings.
So have I.
You said when Dad died if I ever needed to talk Okay.
Talk.
Talk.
Um Okay.
Well, Hayley says a couple's got to have private lives.
Right.
But Hugh says that she's having, um she's having another man.
Right.
Who would it be? Y-You'd probably have to talk to Hayley, mate.
I just don't know who it would even I don't know! Someone who doesn't live in a caravan! Sorry.
Sorry.
[BABY CRYING.]
You reckon you could help with the kids? Aj Ajax, if you had any idea what you are interrupting, mate [BABIES CRYING.]
I'm just getting my discharge papers.
Oh.
Right.
Well, take a month or Whatever time you need.
Yeah.
I just wanted to say thank you for Coming to find me and Thanks.
You're coming back.
Hey.
Hey.
W-What is this? Don't listen to your parents.
They're the problem.
I don't think they are.
Look, in six months' time, you're gonna have two kick-ass references from Penny and me, and you can do anything you want with your career.
I'm out.
- I'm quitting.
- No, no, no, no, no, no.
You're not thinking straight.
Your parents, they're toxic.
So are we.
[SIGHS.]
It's my fault.
I'm I should have just let you mentor me.
- What were we doing? - What are you talking about? This.
Us.
- I came to say goodbye.
- No.
If you walk out that door now, you've broken your probation.
You have pissed all those years up against the wall.
I don't want to have to get off my face at the end of every shift just so I can cope with doing another one.
You're not.
Last night was a celebration.
Well, if I keep celebrating with you, I'm gonna wind up dead.
Okay.
That's That is bullshit, and you know it.
So you and I we were just working together.
That's it.
Well, obviously it was more than that.
What? Just say it.
Hey.
Hey.
It's all right.
I really needed you last night.
Don't.
Tara.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Swim out to me I sink everyone that feels close I swim out to sea I feel so lost I can't breathe - Be in touch.
- Look after yourself.
Thank you so much, Mrs.
Cordair.
Or our tide And the rest I'm not sure How much more Can I take? Now swim out to me I sink everyone that feels close I swim out to sea I feel so lost I can't breathe Don't file paperwork.
She'll take a break.
She'll be back.
Oh, Hugh, what planet are you on? Well, the main thing is, we got to her in time.
"Yes, Hugh.
"If it wasn't for your quick thinking, "breaking a window in, rescuing her, "no doubt she would have died.
" Swim out to me It's been a really horrible day.
Mm.
Well, being the asshole that I am, I hadn't noticed.
[BIRDS CHIRPING, COWS LOWING.]
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Charlie? [MUSIC CONTINUES.]
Charlie? Charlie? Charlie? Charlie? [EXHALES DEEPLY.]
CHARLIE: Perfect timing.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
[LAUGHS.]
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
[EXHALES DEEPLY.]
Let me tell you about science and art Do you think that I'm smart? We send each other poetry by text We've made love on the Net I should escape my doubt That is marked in right Oh.
Oh.
Okay.
All right.
Oi.
Here we go.
Come on.
- Come on.
- What's going on? I'm just gonna get you.
Good.
Yep.
Let's keep this here.
- Okay.
- [BOTTLE CLATTERS.]
Just close your eyes.
Close your eyes.
Okay.
Here.
Okay.
No.
Maybe open your eyes.
- [INHALES DEEPLY.]
Ah.
- Great.
My guess And I could be wrong Is that it's a surprise party.
All the Sydney crew has flown up.
This would've taken a lot of organizing.
And someone's had one of those art cakes made A surgeon, looking uncannily like me, brandishing a scalpel.
You're very drunk, you.
No.
No.
I am very sad.
But I will play my part.
[UP-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[HINGES SQUEAKING.]
[INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS.]
Hey.
Guys.
Hey.
Surprise? - Oh.
Surprise! - Surprise! - Surprise! - Surprise! [EXHALES DEEPLY.]
And I-I certainly am.
Surprise, Hugh.
Surprise.
Happy birthday.
- Happy birthday! - Oh.
Well, thank you so much! MERYL: Oh! Oh, no, no.
Be careful! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! That's That's my son.
- Yes.
- Can you feel the love? - KEN: Hey, Hayley.
- Oh, hey.
Yes.
I mean, nothing says love like pizza and chips.
Oh, hey.
Where's Jimmy and Eliza? HAYLEY: Meryl organized a babysitter for the night.
Oh.
Parched.
Oi.
Here they are, conveniently located near the booze.
You surprised? By you two? Mm.
Tasered.
Short-lived, wasn't it? You know, she does hold a very tight leash.
- Always has.
- Excuse me.
No, no, no, no.
No.
Don't trot off, just like you did to Bali, breaking my poor little brother's heart.
Let's get you something to eat.
Yeah? I am gonna miss you hanging around my feet like a puppy dog.
Hugh, slip away and sleep it off.
Go.
You're not sleeping at my place tonight, mate.
[MID-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[INSECTS CHIRPING.]
JARROD: It's a pretty rare event.
It's when Mercury transits the sun.
So the planets aren't in alignment, then? Yeah.
I guess so.
Mm.
There they are Mars and Venus, Venus and Mars.
- Happy birthday, Hugh.
- Thank you.
Oh! You know what? This is a great photo opportunity with Mr.
and Mrs.
Mines-R-Us.
Very funny.
You think so? Penny doesn't.
She's very disapproving these days.
Right.
Maybe if you spent less time in a mine, - more time in the sack.
- I beg your pardon.
You know, it is illegal to have sex with minors though.
- Hugh, stop.
- Hey.
Piss off.
Hello.
I think it's time we had something to eat! Look! It's Mayor Mines-R-Us! - That's - Mr.
Mr.
Have you met? That's very sharp.
Speaking of sharp, should we cut the cake? Oh.
Uh, about the cake Hey! You coming onto my wife? - You want to take this outside? - What? You mean more outside, as in have an altercation? Yeah.
I know what's going on.
I saw your phone.
You looked in my phone? I'd never do that to you.
- Hugh said to.
- Hugh said to what? To look at her phone.
Oh, yes, Hayley.
We know you're having an affair.
I am not having an affair! Yeah with Ken.
[CHUCKLES.]
Show him the photos, Ken.
Hayley.
Oh, if it's him, I wouldn't worry too much.
I beg your pardon, Dr.
Knight.
Ken introduced me to pole-dancing classes.
That's my private life.
I'm hoping it becomes an Olympic sport.
Wow.
I mean, this does fit with the trailer-park lifestyle.
- Oh, shut up, Hugh.
- Let's go for a walk.
Ah.
Mum wants me to get some air, which is code for bury more cash in the garden from Old King Coal.
In fact, you know what? A toast to you.
Keep taking those maternal-instinct pills.
Eventually, they will kick in.
Happy birthday to me! Having fun? [INSECTS CHIRPING.]
Pour one out for your dead mates.
Joey.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[INSECTS CHIRPING.]
Oh, Hugh.
Don't.
Just It was a terrible day.
No.
Don't Don't make excuses for me.
I'm not.
Everything I touch, Penny.
Come on.
I think you've run out of options.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
Let's take you home.
[DOG BARKING IN DISTANCE.]
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
You comfy? Yep.
Ta.
Well, good night, then.
Good night.
An agent of love forlorn I am the city sweep I love you, Penny.
The petty thief with a stolen heart But you know that already.
I'm trying to find my way back to you And pick up from the start He insulted you.
He insulted me.
He's out of control.
Well, no one else is gonna take him in tonight.
I'm gonna just go to bed.
I've got an early start.
[DOWN-TEMPO MUSIC PLAYS.]
[DOOR OPENS, CLOSES.]