True Love (2012) s01e02 Episode Script

Paul

1 Come on, then.
Yes, you can't play now.
You have to have breakfast and then you can play after.
(BABY CRIES) What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
It's the only thing that there's just too little of.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love See you later.
No, not just for some but for everyone.
One mouthful, just one.
What's this? Lord, we don't need another mountain.
There are mountains and hillsides enough to climb.
There are oceans and rivers, enough to cross.
Enough to last till the end of time.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
It's the only thing that there's just too little of.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
No, not just for some but for everyone.
Make sure you check the production codes.
Obviously this is all discontinued stock.
I'm going to mark off a few of them that I want you to take out now - so that we can get rid of.
- Yeah, definitely.
What's wrong with you? Nothing.
Nothing, just Bruv, why you looking at my face like that, what's wrong with it? - Who, me? - Yeah.
You're the one smiling.
You need to tell me what's going on.
- There you go.
All done.
Go on.
- What you talking about? - Come on, Paul.
- Cos I'm smiling? - You're in a good mood.
- I'm just smiling.
- Stop wasting time and go and do your job.
- Come on, tell me.
Tell you what? What are you winking for? Go on.
- You going to tell me at lunchtime? - No.
Oh, come on, good night in with the missus? Pick up the carpets, take them out the back.
Translation: Good night in with the missus.
You can always tell a married man.
We'll finish this off at lunchtime, yeah? No, we won't.
Oh, he's gone down, finally.
Poor little man, I think his teeth are playing up.
Took him to the chemist today.
I got some gel stuff to put on.
But I don't think it's any better than the other stuff we had.
- He's been really grumpy.
- He has.
You all right, though? - Give me a kiss.
- What do you want for dinner? What's wrong with you? Nothing.
I got lamb.
I got lamb chops? There's a couple of chicken breasts.
What do you want? (MUSIC: "Your Heart Is as Black as Night" by Melody Gardot) Your eyes may be whole, but the story I'm told is your heart is as black as night.
Your lips may be sweet such that I can't compete, but your heart is as black as night.
I don't know why it came along at such a perfect time, But if I let you hang around I'm bound to lose my mind.
Cos your hands may be strong, but the feeling's all wrong.
Your heart is as black as night.
I don't know why you came along at such a perfect time, but if I let you hang around I'm bound to lose my mind.
Cos your hands may be strong, but the feeling's all wrong.
Your heart is as black, your heart is as black, oh, your heart is as black as night.
- All right, babe? - Yeah.
Yeah.
No, no, I'm not all right.
Why? What's the matter? What's the matter? This! Don't you feel what's going on here? Like nothing! There's nothing going on here, Michelle! I'm getting pretty bored of this.
Bored? Bored of what? - What do you mean, bored? - Just the same thing, every day.
I'm bored! Look, can you stop that and listen to me? I'm trying to talk to you.
What's wrong with ya? It's all you do, is ignore me! What have I done to you? Why is it so hard for you to have any affection for me? Have you even just asked me how I feel? Every day I get up, every day I do the same thing.
Every day I buy nappies, every day I go food shopping.
And every day I go to work, and every day I come back here, and you're the coldest person I've ever met.
And I'm trying to figure out what I've done to you? We're married! We're married! Is this like a joke to you? Stop! Stop! For God's sake! What's wrong with you? Give me a minute! Hi.
Y'all right? I'm Stella.
Paul.
Nice to meet you, Paul.
You, too.
Shall we walk? So, this is it.
Nice.
Yeah, it's all right.
I mean, it's small but, it's cosy, it's my home.
- Do you wanna take your coat off? - Yeah, yeah.
Do you want a drink? It's late.
Why didn't you call me? My battery died, babe.
I did try calling you a couple of times.
I was worried.
Yeah, sorry.
Everything all right? Hmm? Yeah, I just Couple of drinks, tired.
Night.
Good night.
How was your weekend? It was good, man.
Anything exciting? Not really.
Just stayed at home, to be honest.
You should have come out with me and Eric, man.
Went out, had a couple of drinks, met a couple of girls.
Got up to all sorts, man.
Love me like a river does, 'cross the sea.
Love me like a river does, endlessly.
Love me like a river does, baby, don't rush.
You're no waterfall.
Love me, that is all.
Love me like a roaring sea swirls about.
Love me like a roaring sea, wash me out.
Love me like a roaring sea, baby, don't rush.
You're no waterfall.
Love me, that is all I love you.
(WHISPERS) I love you, too.
What, what's wrong? It's my mum.
She's in She's in trouble, she's, she's got herself into a lot of debt and I don't know how long it's been going on for, but she didn't want to tell me because she didn't want me to worry.
She could lose the house.
Everything.
It'll be all right.
I'm going to have to go and just sort things out.
I will sort it.
I don't want you to go.
I don't want to go either.
How much does she owe? About five grand.
Flying! - Cos it flies.
- Yeah.
- So it can't, can it? - Yeah.
- Doesn't work.
- Hmm? (CHILD MAKES ROARING NOISES) You have to fix it.
(CHILD CHATTERS) It's what? (HE CHATTERS UNINTELLIGIBLY) It's only a week.
One week.
I know.
Look, promise me, when you come back, all right, we'll do exactly what we said.
We'll leave together, me and you.
I promise.
- I love you.
- I love you.
We're going to do this.
- Yeah? - All right.
Look I'll call you when I get to my mum's.
All right.
- OK? I love you.
- I love you.
Thanks.
I'm sorry, but the number you have called has not been recognised.
I'm sorry, but the number you have called has not been recognised.
Well, what is it? Paul? I have to go.
I'm leaving.
What do you mean, leaving? Well, leaving as in, leaving and not coming back? Yeah.
Why? I've been seeing someone else.
She's gone now so Hold on, hold on, what do you mean seeing someone else? What? Seeing them? Sleeping with them? What, what does that mean Paul?! I was in love with her.
Oh, my God.
I'm sorry.
For God's sake, you're not sorry.
I am! No, you're not sorry! What were you, were you sorry when I'm sitting at home, waiting for you to come home while you're out getting into somebody else's bed?! It wasn't like that, Michelle.
No?! What was it like then? Go on, tell me.
What was it like? I want, I want to know, what was it like?! I loved her.
I couldn't help it.
I've messed everything up You're too right, you've messed everything up.
Did at any point in this, did you think about me or Scott? Of course I did.
While I'm sitting at home, waiting for you! Babe, I think about you two all the time.
Babe, look You make me feel Don't! Don't come anywhere near me.
I don't want you anywhere near our son! I don't want you anywhere near us.
So pack your stuff and get out! (SCOTT CRIES) Please don't go.
I'm sorry.
(SHE SOBS) You all right? Yeah, fine.
You sure? Yeah.
I do love you, you know, babe.
I love you too.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
It's the only thing that there's just too little of.
What the world needs now is love, sweet love.
No, not just for some but for everyone.
Lord, we don't need another mountain.
There are mountains and hillsides enough to climb.
There are oceans We used to talk all the time.
For Christ's sake, mum, I'm seeing a girl! She's 16, she's a student of mine, can you understand that? You've got a student who has a crush on you? - That's completely - All right.
(CHANTING) Lesbian, lesbian, lesbian, lesbian!