The Time of Our Lives (2013) s02e08 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 8

1 That case I was talking to you about the other night.
The young woman, Sophie Tanner, would you like to work with me on the case? My daughter, she's 10.
Couple of years, this could be her.
Oh, and by the way, I am in.
I wanted to take you to dinner, just the two of us.
Oh, um, no, that'd be lovely.
Mate, I've told you, you can't smoke around Georgie.
You can't smoke around any of the kids.
The girls won't notice anything.
I don't care, I don't like it.
Me and Mum thought we'd pay you a visit.
I like that you have.
Why would you be jealous of me? Why wouldn't I be? Bernadette, you've got everything anyone could ever want.
Didn't your mum die of breast cancer? Yeah, she did.
You must miss her.
It feels like it's over.
Like I can finally breath out.
It's good news, Mum.
Both asleep.
Hm.
How'd you go with the ultrasound today? All clear.
Good.
That's a relief.
Yeah.
When do you have to go back? Six months.
Every six months, I guess, for the rest of my life.
It's worth it.
I don't want to miss out on any chances.
I don't want to put anything off.
What are you talking about? I'll get it.
Hello.
Hello? We're gonna learn to tango.
Fantastic.
Now stand together.
Closer.
Closer, closer, closer, closer.
Now, to tango well, you must communicate with your bodies.
Yeah? So, close embrace.
Now don't look down, Bernadette.
Look into his eyes.
Good.
Now you must sway.
Just a gentle sway.
And, Luciano, use the sway to lead with your chest.
Your job is to make your woman look beautiful.
And your job, Bernadette, is to be led.
Never to lead.
Be led.
Oh.
Keep your eyes up.
Good, that's right.
That's right.
Now hold her, but give her freedom to move.
How many of these have you signed us up for? Six.
OK.
For the tango.
Then we move on to tap.
Got you there.
You two look so cute together.
Ah, that's because we are speaking the language of love.
Oh! Oh, I stepped on your toe.
Sorry.
Hi, Diana.
I'm just calling to say thank you for all the work you're doing on the case, and I'm really enjoying working with you, and I hope you're enjoying me.
Uh, working with me.
OK, thank you.
Bye.
Oh.
Hi, Matt.
Yes.
Yeah, yeah, of course.
Hello, darling.
Did you have a nightmare? Aw.
Why don't you ask Dad to lie with you while you fall asleep? Is it hard to learn to dance? A bit, but it's fun.
We have to go to the school dance next year, and I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do.
Well You have to be relaxed in your body.
See? That's it.
And then you just listen to the music and you move.
Now close your eyes and feel it.
Are you feeling it? Mm-hm.
I think so.
That's it.
Show me some moves.
I want it to be small though, mostly family.
I want it to be a surprise.
Why a surprise? I just want it to be something I do for her.
I want her to be the guest of honour.
Herb, look at this! I'm coming! I'm coming! Hello.
Luce Tivolli.
Uh, yes.
Yeah, I I can make it.
Georgina has been found with marijuana.
She was showing it to some of the other students at band practise this afternoon.
She what? We were shocked no, stunned, as Georgina is one of our most well-behaved and productive students.
What was she doing with it? She says she was just showing it to the other students, but, of course, she may have been selling it.
Selling it?! Oh, for God's sake! We won't take this to the police, but we are certainly entitled do.
We don't have to involve the police, do we? This time, Georgina has been suspended.
Next time, she will be expelled and the police will be contacted.
How much marijuana did you find? This is it.
This school has a zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol.
I know that sometimes this isn't reflected in the values of the student's home life, but it is absolutely imperative that it is respected at school.
Thank you for coming in.
Thank you.
Can she go back to your place? I have to go back to work.
You're smoking marijuana, is it? What's happening? No! Then why the hell would you bring drugs to school? How dumb are you? I mean, you could've been expelled or worse.
The principal could've called the police! Why did you bring it to school, Georgie? You know that's the wrong thing to do.
Why do you have it in first place? Listen, I don't want you doing drugs ever.
Do you understand? Yes.
Get in the car.
You know where she got the drugs from, don't you? No, I don't.
From your boyfriend.
You don't know that.
She doesn't come into contact with anyone else that uses drugs.
How do you know everyone she comes into contact with? So it's just a coincidence that your boyfriend's a massive dope head and our daughter's taking dope to school? Mickey doesn't bring marijuana into the house.
Stop calling him my boyfriend.
He's your friend as well.
I'm not screwing him, am I? How dare you, Luce? Get in the car.
Am I going back to your place? 'Cause I have stuff at Mum's Just get in the car.
I'll come over after work.
Fine.
Thanks.
So you're going for another job.
Looks like it's significantly more money.
It's a lot of pressure, though, isn't it? Hm.
Hey, I'm I'm just I'm just surprised that you're going for something else.
I thought you were happy here.
I am.
Oh, OK.
You know, I'm happy here.
I'm just I'm really enjoying it lately.
It's just cool to feel like I'm helping kids in a meaningful way.
It is.
Yeah.
Alright, well.
Listen, if you if you do decide to go for this new job, just, you know, please be careful about putting yourself under a lot of stress, with your health problems.
I don't have health problems.
Kristin is giving me the absolute .
.
annoyances.
Just hang on.
Come on, girls.
Come on.
In the kitchen.
Dinner's ready.
Come on, sweetheart.
You'll have to take your mask off at the table, darl.
She saw an ad for the job I'm thinking of going for, and now I know I'll never hear the end of it.
Hi, Georgie.
I thought you were going to Maryanne's.
No.
She got suspended for taking marijuana to the school.
What?! I'll talk to you about it later.
Come on, Georgina, it's time for dinner.
Hey, lovelies.
What I wanna know is where did you get it? Did Mickey Mac give it to you? No! Then where did it come from? Georgina, where did the dope come from? Did you get it from one of your friends at school? What about Jesse? No! I found it! I don't believe you.
Well, here's how it's gonna work.
While you're suspended, you'll do school work in the mornings, you can do jobs around the house in the afternoons, but there's no iPad, no television, no friends.
Do you understand? Yes.
If I ever discover that you're using drugs I'm not using drugs! If I ever discover that you're using drugs, I can guarantee the punishment will be far more severe than a few days suspension.
I mean, you could've got a criminal record! And they stay with your forever! I didn't know that.
Well Go to your room.
I'm gonna talk to Mickey Mac.
No, no.
Don't go accusing him of anything.
I'll I'll talk to him.
OK.
OK.
Thank you.
Thank you for this call.
That was the prosecutor from Sydney.
He said if we give him something, anything, he'll drop it.
His exact words were, 'We want this case to go away.
' Of course they do.
They can't, can they? I mean, that's the thing about mandatory sentencing.
It's mandatory.
This is a publicity nightmare for the government if Sophie Tanner gets eight years.
Look, um .
.
I just want to sort out what's actually going on here.
What do you mean? Well, um You're a straight woman and you've asked me out on a date.
Well, I like you.
Yeah, and I like you.
It's just that Look, I can't be your gay experiment.
Uh, well, I I I wasn't thinking like that.
Good.
Good.
I just wanted to make things clear so there's no misunderstanding between us.
I mean, I would be flattered, but Oh, it's just not what I'm into.
Um, do you want to order? Yeah.
Hello? Yeah, of course.
Let me just check and I'll call you back.
Bye.
I'll go, but I can drop the twins.
Yeah, great.
Perfect.
See you, darl.
See you.
Frances, Tully! Come on! Coming! I'm putting your bags in the car.
Hey, just come in the back gate.
Hey.
So, we can hang these from the trees to create a fantasy feel.
Yeah, I love it.
Thank you.
And what about music? Should we get a band? Uh, sorted.
A singer? All done.
Who is it? John Farnham.
Eh? Boo! What are you doing here? Are you two be flower girls for Mummy and Daddy? No.
Come on.
Yes.
No.
Go, go.
What are you doing here? Yes, we are.
Come on, girls.
Look what I found.
Sit down here.
Mum, I'm gonna be a flower girl.
Are you? Yep, they said.
Who's getting married? Hey, do you two wanna just come with me for a second? Come on.
Just one second.
We have to go.
Won't be a minute.
Come on, girls.
Race to your room.
Go, go, go.
Listen, you two.
For goodness sake, you got to stop blabbing.
You can't talk about the wedding.
If Mum asks you anything, you've gotta zip the lips.
Do you understand? OK.
What did Daddy give you? Nothing.
They're very strange little girls.
Bye.
Bye.
I think these will be nice for the tables.
Where'd you get 'em? Wedding present.
See? I wanna get married because you just get heaps of awesome coloured glassware.
Um, there's something that's been on my mind.
Hm? Why have we never talked about the night we spent together? After you came round with Lenore's ashes.
What shall we say about it? I don't know, I guess I'm just surprised it happened.
Me too.
Why did it happen? I could ask you the same thing.
Well You looked so sad and I What? You did it to cheer me up? No I mean Well, sort of Is that how you always cheer people up? Shut up.
Oh, you sick puppy.
Uh, sh! OK, Sophie, let's just go through it one more time.
Now, tell me everything that happened.
Alright? There you go.
Well, we were at a nightclub in Kings Cross.
It's an OK club and we were having a pretty good time, just me and Ruby.
This drunk guy kept trying to dance with us and putting his arm around Ruby.
Then when we were outside, the guy, Roland Jacobs, came out again.
Was he alone? Yes, he was.
He came up to me and put his arm around me and said like, 'Hey, gorgeous, are you waiting for me?' But I hated it.
So Sophie pulled me away from him, and I didn't really see what happened after that.
I pushed him 'cause I was sick of him.
Can you show me how you pushed him? Just get up.
So, just push me.
Really? Yeah, push me the way you pushed him.
Oh, sweetheart Right.
Gonna go on.
He fell backwards and hit the curb and his head started to bleed.
Ruby and I went over to see if he was OK and he said yes.
The bouncers must have called the cops because they turned up really quickly.
They took our names and addresses and told us to go back to our hotel.
And is that what you did? Sort of.
I was shaking so much that we decided to go to this little bar and have some orange juice.
Did you have any more alcohol? No.
I felt sick and didn't want to drink anything else.
But why is that important? Oh, 'cause it means the blood alcohol level, Sophie's blood alcohol level, could've been different from when Roland fell.
A couple of hours later, the cops turned up.
They told us that he had lost consciousness after we left.
And then died in the hospital.
I just thought I'd dance my way in.
Put a little sunshine in your day.
Hey, I just thought I'd let you know in in the spirit of fair play that I've decided to go for the welfare office job.
What?! Yeah.
You said you weren't sure if you were going for it, and I just thought, 'Why not?' You said you'd never been happier here.
Yeah, but I could be happy somewhere else.
A-actually, I am going for that job.
I was trying to be discreet because I'm still employed here.
Oh, right.
Oh, well, this'll be fun.
We're in competition.
No, it won't be fun, Kristin.
I know I can't tell you to not go for the job, but I'm sure you can understand why I'm finding what you're doing upsetting and undermining.
OK, you seem to be getting very aggressive.
Is your moral compass completely broken? Uh, no.
I don't think so.
You'll be right.
Everyone gets nervous when they go for a job.
They always take that into account.
What's the job? Student wellbeing coordinator at a new school.
So I'll be handling things like wellbeing, mediation, and student student council and Good.
Alright.
Let's start, shall we? Yeah.
OK, thank for coming in, Miss Flynn.
Sit down.
Don't try to be funny.
No, I won't.
Just take a seat.
Please.
Alright, first question.
What, in your opinion, is the best form of discipline in a school environment? Well, I believe in leading by example.
So my behaviour sets the example for the students, and their behaviour is a result of the lead that we set as adults.
Fair enough.
Yeah, right, next question.
Has there been a situation where you had to mediate and how did that play out? Well, in my current position, I had to mediate the bullying of a child, and it was two students who were fighting.
Well, one of the bully and the other was the receiver of the bully bullyness.
The bullyee.
Sorry, what was the question? Is this a joke? I'm bad, aren't I? I'm really bad at interviews.
No.
No.
How long have you got? I've got to be home by three.
What? Today? Shut up.
I mean, he's a great guy and he's a good musician.
He did all that work for me for free.
But he's still smoking dope like he's in his 20s.
Which ordinarily wouldn't worry me, but he's around Georgie so much.
It's a no-brainer.
You do not want your kids seeing people take drugs.
Yeah, but we drink around the kids all the time.
Yeah, but we're not drunk.
There's a difference.
Anyway, that's enough wedding decorations.
Bern will be back from her meeting in about half and hour, so don't dye any more.
Well, you've got to talk to him.
You got to make it clear.
Georgie is your child and your job is to keep her safe.
You finished reading to the twins and Carmody? Yes.
Alright.
Well, you can go into your room and read.
OK.
OK, there's a couple of things that concern me.
There's two issues.
One, you don't actually answer the question that's been asked, and two, your communication's a bit fuzzy.
OK.
Alright.
So you go up that end.
Pick up the bat.
Now, I'm gonna ask you a series of questions, and I want you to give me short, sharp, succinct answers.
OK? OK.
What colour's my tie? Blue.
How many cars have you got? One.
How many kids have you got? Three.
Well, two are ours and one well so my husband well, my partner No, wrong! I don't care what the answer is.
I just want a clear answer.
OK? Don't worry about that.
I've got heaps of balls.
Now, how many kids have you got? Three.
Good.
Now you give me two qualities you'll bring to this job.
Kindness and consistency.
Yeah, that's the style.
Actually, I'd like to add to that last answer, because now that I think of it, I also, um, have good Uh, wrong! .
.
a sort of rapport Whoo-hoo! Take it off! Dad, go out and be a decoy.
Decoy? Quick, unzip me.
Hey.
Hi.
What's going on? What's going on with you? Nothing.
Is Georgie in there? Uh, no.
She Yes.
Hi.
Sorry, I forget.
She was Hi.
She's in there.
Was.
Hi.
Hi.
Oh, and Chai Li too.
Yeah.
Is anyone else in there? No.
Why? Feel like something secret-y is going on.
Something secret-y? Yeah, you know what I mean.
Uh, actually, no, I don't.
Anyway, doesn't matter, it's movie night.
Wanna do some popcorn? Already done.
Hey! Fantastic.
Hey Can I speak to you for a second? Yeah.
Sure.
Wha what's up? Just feeling a bit down.
Oh, why? Nothing in particular.
Just wondered maybe if there might be something you could do to cheer me up.
Come on, we're missing the movie.
Oh, yeah, the movie, the movie, the movie.
The movie.
Yeah, much improved.
Oh, wondered where that was.
Come on, the movie.
The movie.
The movie.
Come on! Is Georgie in here room? Yeah.
Well, it's her punishment, you know.
No TV.
Yum.
- Start the movie.
- OK.
Excuse me.
How you going? Alright.
We're all concerned that you're mixing with people who are using drugs and giving you drugs.
I'm not! No-one gave it to me.
I took it.
Georgie tell me who you got the marijuana from.
Don't shut down on us.
Goodnight.
So did Roland hit the deck as a result of the assault or was it something else? I mean, did he fall because he was drunk, or did he fall because he tripped on a gutter? It's all worth arguing.
I I feel like we're clutching at straws.
Oh! I mean, that's all we've got to clutch at.
You alright? Yeah, I'm fine.
It's been a long day.
Yeah.
Sure has.
You go home.
I can finish it off.
No, no, no, I'm fine.
I No, let's get back to it.
I've Tonight's out last chance, so Alright, tell me why you want this job.
Um, because I want to make a difference to people and to students who are in their lives, and in the lives of of people who might be struggling.
Blah-blah-blah-blah.
Stop! Start again.
Tell me why you want this job, fast.
Why do you want this job? Because I know now that life is short and kids respond to me, and I respond to them.
It's what I do best.
And I want to use the time I have left to do something meaningful.
And I want financial stability.
OK.
I don't know whether that'll get you the job, but at least that answer made sense.
Well, I stopped trying to say what I thought you wanted to hear, and I started saying what I really felt.
Well, my work here is done.
Not quite.
Hey.
G'day.
So what's happening? Did you give Georgie weed? No.
No way! 'Cause you know she's been suspended for taking pot to school? Maryanne said she got into a bit of trouble, but I didn't want to ask what it was.
Well, where did she get it from? I don't know.
I mean, do you leave your stash around the house or? I try not to.
I don't know, man.
Maybe I did.
Oh, man! You you know Mickey, I know I have no say in this, but I've got to be honest, I don't like you being around my daughter.
I don't like her thinking being stoned all the time is normal.
Are you wasted now? He hasn't done anything wrong.
He's the only person she could've got dope from.
Do you truly believe he would give Georgie pot? What? Well, someone did! Mickey would never give Georgie weed! Then maybe she took it off him without him knowing.
Don't make this about him.
The problem is our daughter.
Yes, of course, but it's also about Mickey Mac.
So you want me to break up with him? I'm not saying that! Look All I'm saying is, I don't mind if he has the occasional smoke after she's gone to bed.
But, Maryanne, I've just finished working with him and he smokes dope every day, and I mean numerous joints a day.
I just don't think our daughter's supposed to be around that.
You really don't want me to be happy, do you? Oh, what? You couldn't bear it if I found someone who loved me and wanted to be with me.
I don't believe Mickey had drugs in the house.
I think Georgie isn't telling the truth Stop talking about me! You always do it! Stop talking about me behind my back! You know, just just sit down for a minute.
Please.
Why do you guys keep going on about this? I thought I'd be cool to show my friends what dope looks like.
Didn't know I'd be in this much trouble.
I know you've done drugs, Dad.
I haven't even touched them.
I I I didn't do drugs at 13,Georgie.
Neither did I! You know, let's just finish off your punishment, and let's just put this whole thing behind us.
OK? Go and get your bag and we'll go.
Go on.
I wish she'd just tell us where she got the pot from! Oh, we know where she got the pot from, Maryanne! Joke.
How you feeling? Scared.
You won't be called up today, so just sit quietly and listen, and be respectful of anyone who has to get up and speak even if you don't like what they're saying.
That's Roland's family, isn't it? Uh, yes.
Don't look at them.
Just look at me.
I'm going to jail, aren't I? What you got to remember, OK, is just to breathe.
In and out.
You're gonna do fine in there.
I need to go to the toilet.
I'll come with you.
I'll see you outside the courtroom.
I'm sorry, Mrs Jacobs.
Thank you.
There's Mum and Dad.
OK, why don't you sit with them and I'll come and get you when we need to go in.
Hello? Hey, it's Ruby.
Hi? I really need to talk to you before we go into court.
OK, where are you? Um, I'm downstairs.
What's up? I put vodka in Sophie's drink.
When? Remember how we told you we went to that pop-up bar after Roland fell? Mm-hm.
Well, Sophie ordered orange juice and I ordered vodka shots and I put them in her drink.
OK.
Uh, did Sophie see you putting them in? No, I did it when she wasn't looking.
Does that change things? I mean, it means her blood alcohol level wasn't right, doesn't it? They can't prove that it was 0.
15 when she pushed Roland if she had a few drinks after she pushed him and before she was breathalysed.
Would you stand by this story in court, Ruby? You may have to give a statement to the police.
Are you prepared to do that? How many shots did you put in her juice? Two.
No, three.
Two or three? It was three.
Was it two or three? It's three.
OK.
Just wait here.
You alright? Ruby, Sophie's friend, put alcohol in the drink Sophie had after Roland was pushed and before she was breathalysed.
So they can't prove intoxication.
'Cause who knows what her blood alcohol level was before that last drink.
So you want to grab the prosecutor? Um, David? Hm? I've got a witness who says she put alcohol in Sophie Tanner's drink.
When? After the incident, but before she was breathalysed.
If we can get a statement off her, then I can no-bill it.
Your client will have to plead guilty to the assault, but there's no mandatory sentence and I won't ask for jail time.
Can we get an adjournment now? Yes.
Is the witness here? Yes.
I'll call the officer in charge to take the statement.
Will that be enough for you? Uh, yeah.
It'll be enough.
It was three at the bar Thank you.
Hi.
Thank you very much.
I don't know, I would've really liked to have gone into court and fought that one out.
Do you think Ruby was telling the truth? I don't know.
I really don't wanna know.
Hey, I've been invited to a wedding.
I was wondering if you'd like to come with me.
Will the food be any good? Excellent.
I'm in.
Ha! Oh, no! Hello there.
Now, can you tell me what procedure you'd have in place to deal with a student with a severe nut allergy who's heading off on a school camp? Quick as you can.
Come on.
Firstly, I'd establish the severity of the allergy.
I'd communicate to all staff that the child has an allergy.
I'd also speak to catering and put it in writing.
I'd make sure there were EpiPens on the camp, that they're available and that people know how to use them.
Excellent.
Yeah.
I think you've got it! Here he is! Here you are.
Mmmm! Hm.
Oh, he's a man with a plan, alright.
Where's he off to? The divorce papers arrived today.
Oh, OK.
Matt, you know how we talked about the embryos? Yeah.
I I'm not I'm not ready to throw them away.
OK.
So, what if I paid for the storage and then the responsibility became all mine? To what end? I don't know, I just I don't know, I'm not ready to .
.
get rid of them now, I don't know.
In the future maybe I will be, but just not now.
Well we can both share the cost of the keeping them.
I mean, we we made them.
We can both look after them.
OK.
Um, you've got to sign where they've marked you to sign.
You've already signed it.
Well, it's it's over.
It's over.
Hey.
Hi.
I've got Georgie's shoes for the wedding.
Oh, great.
Thanks.
Mickey Mac broke it off with me.
I Come inside for a sec.
He said he needs to get a handle on his life.
He thinks he probably did leave a stash around that Georgie found and he's full of self-loathing about it.
You know, things were good between us.
He was smoking dope a lot less, getting back into music.
I thought it was working.
Well, it's probably better for Georgie that he's not around so much.
I suppose.
And I don't want him leaving drugs around.
No.
But he's he's such a kind, gentle man.
I felt she was really enjoying getting to know him.
Hm.
I really, really miss him.
Oh, Maz Hi, Mum.
Hi.
You OK? Yeah, I'm fine.
Thanks for the shoes.
Hey.
You all prepared? I think so.
Cool.
I'm just going for this interview as an exercise.
I don't want the job or anything.
I'll be honest with you.
I actually really, really hope you get it.
I think you'll be perfect for it.
Thanks.
Be honest with me.
Do you like me? No.
Hey-o.
Herbie.
Hey, ute's out the back.
Fill her up, big fella.
You beauty.
Hey, I left a backpack here that I picked up the other day.
Had some stuff of Mum's in it.
Oh, yeah? I think I dropped a tin out of it.
I was hoping it might be around here somewhere.
What was it like? A little rectangular, kind of snake-skin tin about sort of so big.
I just feel a bit bad 'cause it had some pot in it.
Mum didn't smoke a great deal, so it'd be old as the hills but I'm just Yeah Georgie! What? Did you take the marijuana out of Herb's backpack? Yes.
Bloody hell.
The twins and I were mucking around and then we saw the backpack.
Then we were looking at what was inside and then I saw the tin.
I didn't know what it was, but it might have been drugs.
So I took it to school to show them.
Well why all the lies then? 'Cause I didn't want Herb to get in trouble for taking drugs.
Georgie I think we better call your Mum, eh? And Mickey too.
Come on.
Welcome, Bernadette.
Would you like a glass of water? No, I'm fine.
Thank you.
OK.
Well, let's start then.
So Actually, yes, I would.
Oh.
So, Bernadette, tell us Tell us why you'd like to be the welfare coordinator.
There are three main reasons.
Firstly, I love working closely with young people.
Secondly, I'm interested in providing a framework for young people that encourages them towards self-discipline, rather than have discipline imposed upon them.
Thirdly, I feel, with my experience as a counsellor, I'm ready to take on the challenge of coordinator.
Well, thank you for coming in, Bernadette.
Oh, thank you for having me.
Pleasure.
Oh, I thought we had someone else after you.
Seems they've disappeared.
Thanks again.
Hey, I got these from the club.
I can get as many as you need.
Yeah, great.
Thanks.
Um, also I'm sorry I left Mum's weed in that bag.
Mate, it's OK.
No.
It's not.
Well, what can I say? Life with a teenager, it's not a lot of fun.
Yeah.
It's only gonna get worse.
Oh, thanks.
No worries.
She's coming.
Hey! How'd you go? It went OK, I think.
Good Hey, how about we go for a picnic in the park? Matt will meet us there with the twins and Carmody.
Oh, I'd just rather get takeaway.
I'm exhausted.
I've already prepared it.
Well you go with the girls.
Please, Bernadette.
I want to talk to you about some stuff.
Oh, what? You know, girl stuff.
OK.
I'll go get changed.
Great.
Nice.
Well, I'll leave you two to talk about girl stuff.
What would you like to talk about? Well, I was reading the twins a book, and then they asked me to read a different book, which is fine, but then I dropped the book and I picked it up again, and It's hard to explain exactly.
What are you talking about? Um I have to go.
Why? Dad's over there.
But Hey! Hello.
Come up here.
Bernadette Flynn, would you do me the honour of becoming my wife? Well? I'm scared if we if we change things, it.
.
it might ruin it.
No, it won't.
Everything will stay exactly the same.
It's just I get to stand up in front of the world and say this is the woman I love.
And I want to be with her forever.
And ever and ever and ever.
So, will you marry me? Yes.
Yes, I will.
Hey.
Can I borrow her for a moment? What? We'll be down.
Where are we going? Just up this way.
What's all this? I-is that for you? For your wedding day.
Caroline bought it for you.
Thank you.
Do you want to put it on? What, try it on? No, put it on.
'Cause your wedding day is today.
What? Actually I wanna rephrase my question.
Will you marry me today? As in right now.
You've planned the whole thing? Yeah.
I knew something was going on! Hey! Well? I'd love to.
Well, put your dress on.
Oh, wow.
May I walk with you? Yes, thank you.
You look lovely.
I'm proud to have you on my arm.
Wish Mum could see me.
Oh, she can see you.
# Well, this flower is my soul # But it's not half of what I owe # I should give you every rose that ever grew # But take this one here for a start # And you can keep it in your heart # I have everything I need because of you # Well, if my life was long enough # To give up everything I love # I would do just that and give it all to you # But it's impossible to pay # All the things you gave away So this flower I give will have to do I do.
Luciano, do you take this woman as your wife, for now and for ever? I do.
It is my honour to pronounce you husband and wife.
Hey, buddy! Is it yum? Here, darling.
Oh, thank you.
Do you want to say a few words or? Oh! I don't think so.
Oh, come on.
You can do it.
Uh, excuse me, everyone.
If we could just have your attention for a moment.
Thank you everyone for coming to the wedding I didn't know I was having.
But if I had known I was having it, you are the exact group of people I would choose to have it with.
This year hasn't been easy for a lot of us.
But I'm glad glad I didn't have to do it alone.
Aw! You're my dream girl.
This feels like a dream.
Good one, I hope.
It's perfect.
Thank you.
Pleasure.
Tango? Ooh! Hey, would would you like to dance? Oh, no, thank you.
OK, then.
Oh, come on.
Oh! Alright, then.
OK.
As usual, I'm Larry Loser.
Yep.
Do you wanna dance? No.
Thanks.
Can I speak to you for a minute? Glad someone wants to.
Herb, I'm gonna tell you something that's quite life-changing.
Where you heading off to this time? I'm not off anywhere.
What I have to tell you is we're having a baby.
Who's we? You and me.
No.
Thank you.
Yeah, I have heard of your name.
Yeah, well, there's not too many female QCs around.
No, there's not.
What sort of work do you do? Criminal, mainly.
You think you'd be interested in sports law? Hm, I don't know much about it.
Well, I'll tell you what I'll do.
I'll give you one of my cards Here you go.
If you wanna catch a game some time, let me know.
Thanks.
Can I borrow Southey for a moment? Yeah, sure.
Thanks.
Was my ex-husband having a crack at you? Think so.
Oh, God, I love a wedding.
Thank you for coming.
When I'm around you, I feel I don't know.
What? This feeling I haven't had for a long time.
You're not an experiment.
Hey.
Hi.
It's time to say goodbye.
What? Come on.
Where are we going? For a romantic night in the city.
What about the kids? They're staying at Caroline's for the night.
Ooh, I wonder if Southey's going too.
What does that look on your face mean? Well No, I'll tell you later.
Will you tell me in the language of love? Maybe.
Come on.