Wonderland (2013) s01e10 Episode Script

Motherhood

Oh, Christ! I think I want a divorce.
- He loves you, Mum.
- I know that.
But he doesn't want anything to change.
Breaking up with Adam, it's like losing this shared history.
You know, he's the last guy I'll be with that knows Jeremy.
- I miss you.
- Yeah, I miss you too.
I'm trying to be a better man, and I don't want to wreck any more lives.
Sorry.
Excuse me.
Could I just get you to move your pram just a little bit? Oh! Sorry.
Thank you.
I made it.
And I'm not even meant to be here.
I'm meant to be working from home.
- Hello? Carlos.
- Oh.
Sorry.
Such a beautiful thing.
- Do you have a problem? - Sorry? - With me breastfeeding.
- No! - So why are you staring? - Oh, no, um, just - My boyfriend - Your boyfriend has a problem? - No, no, no.
- No I wouldn't have to feed her if you hadn't woken her up.
Sorry, I was just trying to get past your enormous pram.
- It is taking up a lot of space.
- Excuse me? Oh, no, I didn't say that.
It's hard for people to get through.
You know? What do you expect me to do? Just leave the baby outside? That's it.
Look, you come in here.
You order one coffee.
And you block all my trade.
You know, hot water for your bottles.
- Free babyccinos.
- We have a right to be here.
You don't have a right to leave half-chewed sandwiches you haven't bought here all over my floor.
Oh, maybe we should just all ca calm down.
Don't tell me to calm down.
You started it.
Now you're going to abuse my regular customers? You know, I think you should all leave.
- We're not going anywhere.
- Hey! Out.
Go! Everyone.
Everyone! I did nothing wrong! I mean, the owner was clearly harbouring grievances.
Just let it go! This wouldn't have happened if you hadn't been staring.
Oh, so now it's my fault? You see a mother breastfeeding, you look away.
- Instantly.
- I did look away.
You were the one staring.
I'm joking.
Breast milk cures conjunctivitis.
It's a natural remedy few of us have access to, sadly.
I just hate the way that people assume that if you don't have children, you don't understand.
Well you don't.
- Do you? - What? Understand how it feels to be a mother.
I plan to be a mother.
I can imagine.
Not really.
I'm making pancakes, if anyone's hungry.
I love mothers.
- So you were minding twins? - Um, yeah, my cousins.
- Leo and Theo.
- Oh, cute.
Steve used to be called Leo during his Ninja Turtle phase.
- There was no phase.
- So you're busy tomorrow, then? Well, we're babysitting for a few hours.
Why? 'Cause Adam's coming down for the weekend, and I thought maybe you'd want to catch up.
Bring him to FAT night.
Grace and Colette are dying to meet him.
I get it.
You need a buffer.
Get Tom to buffer.
- Happy to buffer.
- Forget it.
I'll just tell him his oldest friend is too busy to see him.
Why do you need a buffer? 'Cause Adam's gonna want to get physical.
I know the way his mind works.
And I'm just not ready for that yet.
- Well, don't.
- Oh, yeah.
Not that easy.
- Oh, I see.
- Yep.
What's not that easy? Apparently, Miranda is gonna find it difficult to resist Adam's charms.
Oh, a little bit toey, are we, sis? Well, it's been a while for me, and Adam's - You know.
- No.
What? We broke up, but not because things weren't good in that department.
- Overshare? - Yep.
So it's true? Yes.
I was a Turtle.
And will be again.
- Oh, really? - Mmm.
When I pass on sensei wisdom to our own little Ninjas.
Uh, Ninja.
- To start with.
- No, in total.
What about the other three Turtles? Well, you'll just have to have them with your second wife.
I've only ever wanted to have one kid.
How many were you thinking? - Really? - Really.
You're not joking, are you? Let me know what you want for tonight.
I'll pick it up when I'm doing the shopping.
Adam will be here.
I can do it.
He can come with me.
He's coming down for the weekend.
You're gonna take him grocery shopping? So? - Toothpaste.
- Sure.
What type? - Any.
- You must have a favourite.
You know - gel, whitening, stripes, tartar control.
I don't really care.
- Seriously? - Yeah.
I like variety.
Of course you do.
Uh-uh-uh! - Hey, you.
- Hey! - Good to see you.
- Yes.
You too.
- G'day, Tom.
- Adam.
I'll just, um Just dump your stuff there for now.
- Why? Where are we going? - Out.
I only just got here.
Yeah, but there must be plenty you want to see.
Seriously, I don't have to do the tourist thing.
I'm really happy just to hang with you.
- I've got to do some shopping.
- Hey.
I'm cooking tonight.
Hope you like beef curry.
Uh Yeah, sure.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how hot? Uh, 10, I guess.
Me too.
We're having dinner with Tom? Uh, it's not dinner.
It's it's FAT night.
Come on.
Rob, Colette, Grace - everyone cooks the same meal, and then we compete.
And they're all coming to dinner? Yes! You'll enjoy it.
And You know, we'll still be able to spend time together.
- And Steve will be there.
- Uh, do you need a hand? - I'm fine, thank you.
- Is that Adam? It can't be! - Mum, let him help you.
- It's been a while, Maggie.
Uh, you just tell me what you need me to do.
- Oh, don't tempt me.
- You behave yourself.
Can't do much else with a broken hip.
You take her arm and I'll take her bag.
There you go.
You must have been 13 when I saw you last.
- Now look at him.
He's a hunk.
- Yep.
I notice my son isn't rushing to help his grandmother.
That's because I'm scared of her, Mum.
Hello, Nanna.
You should be scared.
I don't like being helped.
She doesn't like being helped.
Good luck getting into the will.
- Hasn't worked for me yet.
- Oh! - Uh, watch the steps.
- I can see the steps.
I'm crippled, not blind.
- You're so adorable.
- Sleeping, yes.
They should stay that way for the next couple of hours.
But just in case, there's milk here.
Theo just bites the teat.
Make sure he actually drinks.
Leo has half then needs burping.
Don't let him get his hands stuck under his bib.
Nappies here, dummies, BabyBjorns.
Oh, change mat.
Extra clothes.
Ear thermometer and bottom wipes.
If you jangle the keys, it stops Leo grizzling.
But it does make Theo cry.
So, um Oh! Theo loves the toy hippo.
And Leo nibbles the baby elephant's ears.
But, really, I mean, they should just sleep.
OK.
Thanks, guys.
'Bye.
- Get all that? - Uh, yep.
Theo loves the hippo.
Hey, you gonna be long? I'm just, uh, coming.
Babe.
What's the urgency? I've got a bit of black bean beef wedged in my back tooth.
- Have you seen the floss? - Um Leave you to it.
Yeah, you'll have to speak to the owner again.
And, um, he's not in, I'm afraid.
Right.
Well, you can give him a message from us.
- We'd like a formal apology.
- OK, yeah.
I'll pass it on.
Thanks.
Oh, perfect timing! Oh, that looks great.
But I'm running late.
You can't teach on an empty stomach.
- It's not empty.
- What? Don't worry.
I'll I'll just take this.
- Everything alright? - Yeah, I'm just in a rush.
Do you want to have lunch today? Maybe.
Uh, I don't know.
Actually Um, maybe not.
I, uh might have something.
Uh Uh Are you gonna be home tonight? - It's FAT night at Tom's.
- Yeah, but before that.
Yeah.
Where else would I be? Well, I'll see you then.
Uh, uh, uh, have a good day, baby.
Oh, great.
I mean, what idiot parks you in? Oh.
Hi.
- I'm really glad to see you.
- Oh.
Hello.
Yes? I just wanted to say, about yesterday, I I hadn't had a lot of sleep.
I was a bit overwrought.
Oh.
Really, it's so fine.
I totally understand.
- Have you got kids? - No.
Oh.
Then you don't.
You have no idea.
Although I'm sure one day you will.
OK.
Well, something to look forward to, you know.
No sleep.
Anyway, it's the owner that really upset me.
I don't blame you, and for the record, I'm not anti-breastfeeding.
I'm pro - any time, any place.
It really doesn't bother me.
- Why should it bother you? - Really, it doesn't.
I think you could expose your breasts all over the place.
She's the one who parked you in.
- Is that your car? - Um Yeah, I just popped in to get a coffee, just, you know, two minutes, in and out.
Well, actually, uh, we were getting coffee, so you You obviously went somewhere else.
You avoided us.
Yeah.
I I can't explain it.
What does that say? You parked me in.
What if there'd been some kind of emergency? Unlike you, I don't have the luxury of thinking the entire world revolves around me.
Please.
I'm sorry.
I gotta go.
I'll get out of your way.
Um, I - She's disgraceful.
- Unbelievable.
I'm surprised you could get the weekend off.
- It's all part of the new Adam.
- Who's he? Do I know him? I've got an assistant at work now.
Really? And I've been looking round for a house to buy.
- Which I think I've found.
- Oh, where? - Mary Street.
- Oh, my gosh.
I love that street.
It's the big house with the red awning.
- On the corner.
- Yep.
Plenty of trees.
Room for a pool.
I thought you said that it was too big of a step buying a house.
I was an idiot.
Where did this new Adam come from? Hey, look, you were right.
I needed to change.
And I'm making that happen.
Toothpaste.
- What? - Tom needs needs toothpaste.
- Which one? - Um, he doesn't care.
What?! Who doesn't have a favourite brand of toothpaste? - Tom, apparently.
- Yeah.
- That'd be right.
- What? The guy can't even commit to a brand of toothpaste.
Well, you can't really say that about someone that you last knew in primary school.
Steve lived with the guy for five years.
- I've heard the stories.
- Tom was right.
He can He can do the rest of the shopping.
Let's just go.
Come on.
These are People.
They are all - Friends.
- Right.
This man is a At the window.
He wants to know the time.
Uh uh, no.
He wants to know when I'm finished.
Five.
Pregnant.
I don't know how you kept it a secret.
Well, I only took the test this morning.
The line was faint, but it was definitely there.
Why didn't you tell me straightaway? Because I didn't know how you'd react.
Does this tell you? I'm gonna see the doctor this afternoon.
That's why I said maybe to lunch, because I didn't know if she could fit me in.
What for? Is something wrong? No, just to confirm and get a referral to an obstetrician.
Well, just find out which one costs the most and we'll use them.
We want the best.
When your mum was grilling me about not giving you children, I was already pregnant.
- Wish I'd known.
- I'll give her a call.
Not yet.
Let's just enjoy it ourselves for a while.
It's our secret.
Not if you can't wipe that stupid grin off your face.
Hey.
Do you need another cushion, Mum? Only to suffocate myself with.
I'm not going to be a burden to anyone when the time comes.
You are not a burden.
I like looking after you.
But you don't need to.
The rehab's over.
My hip's working.
You can go back to Warwick.
There's something I want to talk to you about.
I'm not going into a home, so don't waste your breath.
- It's about Warwick.
- Is he alright? Men that age need a lot of attention.
If they don't get it, they easily pop off.
I'm thinking about getting a divorce.
Nothing to say? He's always been hard work.
What does Warwick think? He's desperately trying to talk me out of it.
Like I said, he needs you.
I just feel I've got so many more good years left.
I just don't want to shut down all my options.
Problem with you gen Yers is you want it all.
Leo.
Theo.
You have been fed.
You have been burped and you have been changed.
You should be sleeping like little babies.
Yes.
Let it out, little men.
Better out than in.
They're learning from you already.
Maybe we should take them for a walk.
Nah, they'll be asleep in a minute.
Well, they look pretty awake to me.
Come on.
- Let's not take the risk.
- What risk? Well, we've got to get the pram downstairs.
What if they fall out and bump their tiny little heads? - They won't.
- I'm just saying.
They're not ours.
We should limit the possibilities.
Well, cars lose control, mount the kerb, pram brakes fail, they roll.
Uptight much? Oh, there you go.
What'd I tell you? Leo's snoring.
And Theo's No, no, no, no.
Shh, shh.
Don't wake your brother.
Dani.
I think we did.
It's not working.
Um Yeah.
Yeah, no, no.
We'll we'll try that.
No, no, no, we're fine.
We're fine.
You enjoy yourself.
OK.
'Bye.
Selina reckons it's most likely teething pain but you can get something for it at the supermarket.
She said you should take him with you.
Oh, I don't know about that.
Well, at least that way, one of them's gonna get some sleep.
That's what she said.
- You can take him in this.
- OK.
- Um - Alright.
Um think you've got to Hold that.
OK.
God, that was intense.
It's like baby origami.
Hang on.
I think we're missing a bit.
Oh, my God! Where's his other leg? Hey.
Here.
- Ah! There you go.
- Hey? So you're still enjoying it? Yeah - I mean, I'm getting better at being a photographer's assistant.
I know I said it was stupid.
- No, it was stupid, even to me.
- I want to apologise.
- Let me apologise.
- OK.
I'm sorry.
The build-up was a bit bigger than the moment.
Sorry.
But - I was a dick.
- I was a little over-the-top.
No, you were spot-on.
You got no idea what it's been like without you up there.
Every time I'm walking down the street or anywhere, someone asks me, "How's Miranda? What's she doing?" And for the first time in my life, I don't know.
And I hate that.
II really regretted the way that we ended things.
I know that we've done this before, and I'm hoping your feelings haven't changed.
Will you marry me? Look, I can come in if you want.
I'll make a few calls, move a few jobs around.
It's not the mechanics.
I don't need you to heavy the doctor for me.
Fair enough.
- If you need anything - I'll call.
Babe.
I love you.
I love YOU.
- Miranda, stop walking away.
- No! Adam, sometimes you make me just want to kill you.
We broke up because you said we weren't going anywhere.
- I know what I said.
- Why don't you want the ring? Couldn't we wait and see how it goes for a couple of months? What, visiting every second weekend? Yes! I don't know.
But but jumping into this is not gonna work.
Wait.
I'm confused.
Why am I here? - Do you want to be with me? - Look - I I miss you every day.
- That's not the same thing.
I think about you, what you're doing, where you are.
After our whole lives, that doesn't just end.
- It doesn't go away.
- Why does this have to be hard? Because I don't want to go back, not yet.
Look, I've been at this practice for nearly since I was at uni - you know that.
Eric's so close to retiring and walking away.
It doesn't make any sense for me to walk away.
I'm not asking you to do that.
And house prices here are ridiculous.
That's not my priority.
That's not what you said to me.
Anymore.
I meant to say that's not my priority anymore.
OK.
Photography, then.
That's your priority, right? I did some research, and there's plenty of work in Toowoomba.
The work I want is here.
I haven't found it yet, and I'm not ready to give up on it.
But you're ready to give up on me? God.
- Knock, knock! - Hi.
- Hello.
- We're in here.
Hello.
- Contraband.
- Hand it over.
She's meant to cut down on sugar.
It disagrees with her.
What on earth would dare disagree with you, Nanna? Thank you for not making me feel like an invalid before.
- Adam is very nice, Mum.
- Yes, the vet.
He's very nice.
They certainly seem like a good match.
Well, I'll let her know that she's got your approval.
Now, what is the plan for this afternoon? Thought I'd learn to surf.
I've got a wetsuit.
It's got your name on it.
Rompin' Ruth.
- Do you want some lunch? - No, I've got to cook tonight.
There.
You see? No matter what happens with your parents, they did something right with you.
Mum, I said I was just thinking about divorcing.
What's the difference? You think about it, you do it.
I only came to drop off the jubes.
- Love you both.
- 'Bye.
It was meant to be just between Warwick and me, but as usual, he wanted numbers on his side, and so he got Tom involved.
Well, you're doing the same - getting the numbers onside with me.
You're my mother.
You're meant to be on my side.
Oh, is that how it works? Ah, now, hand 'em over.
Artificial colours - well, that's no good.
How you gonna get high on that? Uh, let's look at sugar-free.
Liquid or gel - what's the difference? There is none.
You're supposed to end up buying both, just in case.
- You sure? - I'm in marketing.
It's the oldest trick in the book.
Oh.
OK.
Thanks for the tip.
He's adorable.
He looks like you.
Unlikely.
What's his name? Leo.
Or Theo.
I'm babysitting.
Oh, that's sweet.
You're a natural.
Oh We need to clear something up.
I don't have a problem with mothers or breasts or babies or prams.
OK.
It's not me, actually, you have to talk to about it.
That's the thing.
I don't agree with anybody being thrown out of a cafe.
You can't treat those women like that.
- It's not fair.
- I hear you.
Sure.
And, frankly, I don't think it's legal.
- What's the problem this time? - I'm just saying I've lost customers because of the trouble you started yesterday.
What? I didn't evict them.
- You're causing more trouble.
- No.
You're the one who started this! You're banned.
What?! No.
Dani.
Mission accomplished.
Oh.
Your brother's still asleep.
I have teething syrup.
Dani! - Hey, bro.
- Hey, mate.
Yes! Three beers left.
You are a good man.
- You, um, need one badly, mate? - No.
Just great day outside.
Nice temperature.
Water looks awesome.
Perfect time for a coldie.
I'm running out of stock.
Should I text Steve to come in for a beer? I think he's got his hands full.
Oh, yeah.
Did you see those two little tackers? I did.
- Whacked with the cute wand, eh? - Mmm.
Yep.
If that's the sort of thing you're into.
Yeah, no, it's just noticed, you know.
Mmm.
Hey.
Weren't you going shopping? - Uh, I went.
- What did you do? Get every second thing on the list? We didn't finish at the supermarket because we got distracted.
Oh.
Well if the vet wants a beer, tell him to come out and join us.
- He's gone out.
- What, by himself? I know.
She got me three varieties of toothpaste.
Thank you.
Well, that's because you can't commit to anything, Tom.
OK.
You know, maybe if you didn't like variety so much, then you'd be a happier person because then you'd know what you want and so would everyone else.
That makes sense.
Oh, shut up.
Good chat.
Looks like I'll be going down the shops to get the rest of the stuff for dinner.
Yeah, mate.
All good.
- Oh, hi! - Where have you been? Uh, just hanging out the baby blanket.
You left the baby here on his own.
Yeah, only for a minute - I don't want to give it back to Selina covered in vomit.
You could have waited till I got home, couldn't you? Seriously, Steve, this is what mothers do when their babies are sleeping.
Otherwise, they'd never get anything done.
- But they're not our babies.
- OK.
What if he'd choked and you're down in the backyard? - Well, now I'm here.
- But that's not what you do.
Why are you so upset about this? Because you've had some kind of brain fade and I'm shocked you don't realise it.
- That's all.
- Steve You should know never to leave the baby alone.
It's not like he's going anywhere.
I can't believe you're being so flippant.
What's wrong with you? Well, why don't I go and get my tubes tied and be done with it? Have you considered getting work? Not really.
You're good with people.
You could go back to the magazines or be an air hostess.
I haven't wanted to be an air hostess since I was 16.
They didn't take you.
They would these days.
They have to employ any old boiler now.
Maybe you should do it, then.
There you go.
Blow on them.
Now's the time to make the most of your health.
There's nothing to hold you back anymore.
I never said Warwick was holding me back.
He can't help himself.
Always thought you could do better.
Mum! We were together a long time.
He deserves some respect.
What do you want, Maggie? A husband and a life.
Well, I'll say this.
We girls know how to enjoy ourselves, but there isn't one of us who wouldn't have our husbands back if we could.
Companionship counts for a lot as you get older.
Never been banned from anything.
I was a prefect at school.
- It's not funny.
- Ah, no.
- I'm surprised at you, Grace.
- I didn't do anything.
You know what started it? You started it, with your staring.
How can these two glands cause so much trouble? Man has been pondering that question throughout the ages.
- Uh, um Is Grace in? - She is.
Come with me.
- PlayStation? - 'Transformers'.
Oh, I love 'Cybertron'! I'm sorry.
I know you were probably planning the whole ring thing, and "I want to kill you" wasn't a very nice answer, and Please just pick up, and I Forget this message.
Hey, got a sec? Yeah, I can't help out with the babysitting.
Oh, no, they've already been picked up.
-Oh.
I just dumped a lot of stuff on Dani, and it had nothing to do with her and everything to do with me.
Um, what do you mean? Adam.
Hi.
It's a million-dollar view.
Um you got the big tick from my mum.
For what that's worth.
You want a beer? No.
I don't know what I've done wrong.
Yeah.
I don't think you're alone there, mate.
- I asked her to marry me.
- Yeah.
Yeah, it must have been tough to break it off.
No, I mean, again, today.
Oh.
Really? Found the perfect house for us.
-You did? I got a list of dates from the reception venue she wanted.
Actual dates, huh? And I'd happily have kids with her tomorrow.
- Wow.
That soon? - So I don't get it.
Thought I was giving her what she wanted.
She knocked you back? Man I've loved her since she was 15.
No-one's ever gonna know her better or love her more than I do.
Yeah.
Tell the chippies I'll sort it out Monday.
Yeah.
Can do.
Not a problem in the world.
Yeah.
OK.
Yeah.
Alright, mate.
I'll see you then.
- Hello.
- Hi.
So, they didn't have daisies, but you can't go wrong with hydrangeas, if the hipster in the florist can be taken seriously.
- Well - Did you get the referral? Dr Thorne did a blood test.
My HCG levels are too low for how many days overdue I am.
Well, what does that mean? - The pregnancy hormone - Mmm.
It isn't high enough.
So What, you have to be in bed, or - What are you - No, baby, I mean It means that the pregnancy isn't viable.
- What, we lost it? - Yeah.
But it was never really there.
Not viable? That's brutal.
It is.
Um, but She said something like 1 in 5 pregnancies just go away.
Mostly before you even know you're pregnant.
So Helps to put it in perspective, doesn't it? I mean, I guess that's that's what this, it's all chemistry.
I mean, we weren't planning for it, so it's probably a relief at this point.
Yeah.
Yep.
I don't really feel like going to FAT night.
- Do you want to just stay in? - I really do, actually.
- Not really in the mood.
- Me either.
- Thank you.
- OK.
Hey.
It's 'Daddy Day Care'.
- See you.
- See you tonight, man.
Yeah.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Tom I'm sorry about before.
I was being irrational.
I was upset.
Wasn't about the toothpaste? - Do you want to talk about it? - No.
Uh Steve blew up at Dani.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
Um When Steve sort of freaked out when they were looking after the kids, some stuff came up about Jeremy.
Right.
You OK? Yeah, but, you know, it's always there.
Yeah.
Yeah.
When they came to the house to tell us about it, Adam was there, and I don't know how I would have got through it without him.
Now I repay him by being horrible and and losing him.
You still love him? - Yeah, I'll always love him.
- Yeah.
Well, he's not lost.
I mean, maybe a little, but not in that way.
I just I just saw him across the road.
OK.
I'm sorry.
Maybe I will be a terrible mother.
No, you won't.
You'll be amazing.
How do you know? I mean, there's no guarantee.
My mother left me.
Maybe I'll do the same.
Of course you won't.
I mean, you said that there was something wrong with me.
Oh, can you just forget about what I said, please? I just Since Jeremy, I can't feel like bad things only happen to other people.
I can understand that.
I was at home on a uni break, and all I could think about was catching up with my mates.
It's totally normal.
Yeah, but it never crossed my mind, not for a second, that I'd never see him again.
You know, one minute, life's alright, and one thing, one decision one random ditch on a motocross track - You can't control everything.
- No, you can't, and that's it.
Bad things happen to everyone, to our family, to us.
That's how I think.
That's That's what I did.
Maybe having four kids is a dumb idea.
Well, might be safety in numbers.
They can look after each other.
Hey, you took Theo out today and nothing bad happened.
Actually, something did happen.
I was hit on by a very attractive woman.
Apparently, men with babies are sexy.
- And I'm a natural.
- That's it.
No babies anymore.
Take that, 'MasterChef'.
Hey.
Where is he? I don't know.
He's not where you said he was.
And he's still not answering his phone.
It's not like Adam to give up like this.
Well, you did refuse him on his proposal.
Pretty big deal for a bloke.
Or a girl.
You should know.
Oh! Can we not bring Kristen into this? Just even if I do find him, I'm not gonna make him happy.
Well, I'm sure there are many ways that you can make Adam very happy.
No, no matter what he says or does, there's no way I'm I'm ready to move back to Toowoomba, and he's not gonna move here, so - Sounds like my mum and dad.
- Exactly.
and your dad still won't do what makes your mum happy - I don't want to be like that.
- But you said you loved him.
- Yeah, but it just It won't work.
We want different things.
What am I gonna do? Well, you can start by helping me with the pappadums.
Just there.
Thank you.
I am a victim of circumstance.
Well, the kids What are they doing there anyway? They should declare the Tratt a child-free zone.
No.
Don't even joke about it.
You know, I wouldn't mind child-free flights.
There's nothing worse than a crying baby.
Where am I and the four Ninja Turtles supposed to sit, huh? In the kombi.
You're gonna be an amazing mum.
- Yes, I am.
- Yeah.
As long as you don't start getting the look.
Colette calls it the "I'm creating life.
"What are you doing?" look.
Where are those guys? Why are they missing out on this great curry? I don't know.
You were so happy today, and now that's gone.
No.
Not gone.
Our baby just changed its mind, that's all.
We can try again if you want.
What about you? Are you ready for kids? I hadn't really thought about it until today.
But yeah.
I'm in.
Hi.
It's me.
G'day.
How was my favourite mother-in-law? Oh, you know Ruth.
I'll bet she was happy we're divorcing.
Actually, no.
Is that what we're doing, Maggie? I might have been a bit hasty.
- I was frustrated.
I still am.
- I understand.
But you're not on your own.
I was thinking of coming up for a few days.
And we could talk over things properly.
Sounds good to me.
Might even have a shower and a shave.
Miss you.
I think that mother look would really suit you.
We'd make beautiful babies, you and me.
You two would make gorgeous babies.
I think you and Steve would make really beautiful babies, with his blue-green eyes and and your Everything else.
It's good curry, Tom.
It's it's very good.
Yeah, mate, you have out-rendanged yourself.
Got a visitor.
- Oh, my gosh.
- You know everyone? - No.
Hiya, Carlos.
- Carlos.
Grace.
- Hi.
Nice to meet you.
- G'day.
Adam.
You too.
- Take my seat.
- Hello.
- Hey.
- Good to see you.
Hey, mate, sorry I couldn't catch up earlier.
- We had our hands full.
- Oh, it's cool.
Gave me the chance to spend the afternoon being a tourist.
Something to remind you of us while you're in Toowoomba? Yeah, it's funny - the more I walked around, the more I thought how great it is.
It took me a while, but I realised everything I want is here.
So I've decided to move down.
- Mate, that's awesome.
- Oh, my gosh! - Cheers? - Yeah, cheers.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Cheers.
I can't believe I heard you saying those words.
- Why not? - Adam.
You're not gonna make me get the ring out again? How how's it gonna work? Hey, just step by step.
I'll start coming down on weekends.
I'll look for a practice I can join.
God, I've missed your face.
- No, I have.
- OK.
That's it.
Who are you, and what have you done with Adam? Told you, it's the new me.
Well, the new you's freaking me out a bit.
Where's the old Adam that was stubborn and sensible and would take about a month to change his mind about anything and would never say anything like, "God, I've missed your face"? That guy's a pain in the arse.
So? I'm not gonna pretend that I know how you feel, but I do understand.
- I think Tom can hear us.
- What?