(laughing and talking) MARY: I've known the family for years.
I watched the children grow up.
I have met a new friend.
JAKE: I don't like it-- Dad's only been gone a year.
I just think he's got a really strange hold over her.
What did his first wife die of?
LINEHAM: Had there been tension in the family?
Who was that on the phone?
JAKE: I want our little family back.
I never, ever dreamt... ♪ ♪ It would end like this.
TONY: We've all got secrets.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (indistinct radio chatter) ♪ ♪ MARY: Of course I've known the family for years.
I watched the children grow up.
And I can honestly say they'd been the perfect neighbors.
They'd been no trouble at all.
(police radio chatter continues) So I can't believe a thing like this could happen right on our doorstep.
Listen, they've had their ups and downs-- who hasn't?
♪ ♪ But I never, ever dreamt it would end like this.
♪ ♪ (seagull squawking) ♪ ♪ MARY: Well, they moved down from London over 40 years ago now to start a family.
Mum, dad, three kids.
Well, it's the perfect place for kids to grow up, isn't it?
♪ ♪ Vivien was pregnant when they arrived and even then she managed to look good.
(Vivien panting) MARY: And she worked too.
She had a hairdressing salon in town.
Course she had to give all that up when Terry got ill. And over the years, we've become... well, not just neighbors, but friends.
(door opens) ♪ ♪ MARY: So Helen is the eldest child and the cleverest.
You always knew Helen would do well.
(exhales) ♪ ♪ (phone dialing out, clicks) Hi.
How are you getting on?
Finished the back wall?
(scraping) Yeah, almost.
It's going to need replastering though.
HELEN: Is Lily back yet?
Yes, she's just walked in.
She says hi.
(over phone): Did you get something for tonight?
Yeah, I got the wine.
(over phone): You didn't forget my stuff?
And the dry cleaning... (over phone): Can you take my shirt out of the dryer, please, and hang it up straight away so it doesn't get creased?
Yes, straight away.
(sing-songy): Okay, bye.
♪ ♪ (lighter clicks) (dance music fading in) JAKE: Two, three, four, and lunge.
Four-- and to side.
MARY: Jake was born four years after Helen.
(chuckling): Oh, he... he was a naughty little boy, but deep down he had such a good heart, you could forgive him anything.
And he's turned into a lovely dad.
One, come on, push-- hold the butt!
(straining): Three... (jackhammer drilling) MARY: Natalie was the baby of the family.
First, she was going to be a dancer, then an actress, then an artist.
But it all came to nothing.
She ended up in just an ordinary office job.
(cellphone ringing) (Tony and Natalie moaning) (cellphone continues ringing) (Tony groans) Shh... Hey... Yeah, he's busy at the moment, can he call you back in ten?
(groaning) (chuckles) (laughing, breathless): How do you do that?
(chuckles) Yeah, well, don't worry about me.
(heavy breathing) Hey... Who was that on the phone?
♪ ♪ (seagulls squawking) NATALIE: Mm, oh, these are good.
Did you make them?
(chuckles) Mary next door.
I mentioned that you were all coming over and suddenly she appears with a plate of... HELEN: Yoo-hoo!
HELEN: I'm sorry we're late.
Like London buses!
Ooh, you look nice!
Sorry, my fault.
Crazy work day.
JAKE: Hi, Mum.
I would much appreciate it if you would all clear your rooms of everything that you want to keep because I want-- How's work?
HELEN: Okay, thanks.
Although a bit-- More stressful?
What are you head of now?
I'm acting C.E.O.
C.E.O., what does that stand for-- Chief of Eating Out?
Oh, here we go!
VIVIEN: She is in charge of three hospitals!
No, you're right.
That is quite a big deal.
Do you want to tell us about that?
Well, I've been brought in to turn round this trust, which is failing so badly... (faux yawning) Okay, okay, thank you.
(laughter) Very funny!
Now look just stop it because I want to tell you something that I... Wine or are you still on the wagon?
No, still rolling along!
VIVIEN: Stop it, will you, please?
Make it a large one.
Just stop it.
Now, there's something that I want to tell you all.
I have met a new... friend.
As in a... a... a boyfriend?
(chuckling): Well... yes.
Bloody hell, Mum!
You dark horse!
Hey, why didn't you tell us?
Well, I'm telling you now.
I... you know, didn't want to say anything until I was sure of my feelings.
So, you mean... like you're in love?
Nats, for God's sake!
JAKE: Shush, shush for the minute!
(stammering): Well, who, who is this person?
What's his name, this, this lover boy?
His name is Mark and he's a retired doctor.
A surgeon, actually.
(waves crashing, car pulling up) ♪ ♪ (car door closes) Dad's only been gone a year!
It's over 18 months.
Come on, do you expect her to sit around mourning for the rest of her life?
No, that's not what I'm saying, I just think that you'd be-- Well, Dad wouldn't have minded!
Well, he's not here to say, is he?
No, well, he'd just want her to be happy.
Yeah, well look, we only scattered his ashes in March!
Oh Jake, shut up!
Why should I shut up?
Dad would be perfectly okay with Mum moving on.
I don't think he would be.
I don't care what your father would have thought.
(chuckling): God, he was no angel!
What's that supposed to mean?
It's just that, look, this is not about your dad.
It's about me.
(door opens) MARK (sing-songy): Hello?
Oh, my God, that's him.
What, he's coming tonight?
JAKE: What do you mean?
VIVIEN (sing-songy): Up here!
What, he's got a key?
What the... ♪ ♪ Sorry, I'm a bit early.
(chuckles) ♪ ♪ MARY: Would you, would you like a biscuit?
Uh, no thanks.
(footsteps crunching) D.I.
LINEHAM: Did Mark Kinneally's arrival in the family cause any rows or upset amongst the siblings?
Well, they... (exhales) they'd not long lost their dad and they had plenty going on in their own lives, so they were, you know, they were rattled.
♪ ♪ (seagulls squawking) HELEN: Do you think she meant Dad had affairs then?
JAKE: He was on a dating website for widows.
I don't like it.
I just think he's got a really strange hold over her.
It's way too soon.
I mean, she's known him for six months.
She's not-- Six months?
Six months is not a long time!
How can she trust him after six months?
She knew Dad for 45 years.
It turns out she couldn't trust him either.
Yeah, well, that's not fair, is it?
Because we don't know what Dad did and he's not even here to defend himself anymore.
Are you saying Mum's lying?
No, I'm not saying she's lying.
I'm, I'm just saying we don't know all the details, do we?
You know, I don't want to think about it, but it could be something, you know, like a fling... sex.
It just-- Oh, and that makes it all okay?
No, well, it makes it more forgivable because men can do that sort of thing all the time and there's no feelings involved.
It doesn't take away from the love of your wife.
There's always more to it than just the physical.
(clears throat) NATALIE: God, you're both so cynical.
Look, people do fall in love.
It does happen.
I liked him.
(waves crashing, seagulls squawking) VIVIEN: I'm sorry about the kids' behavior last night.
I really should have told them about you before.
My fault for being early.
They were fine!
No, they weren't.
They were frosty!
They were protective of you.
My daughter would be the same.
(seagull squawking) And all those questions!
As if you were applying for a job.
They'll get used to the idea.
Well, they don't act like it sometimes.
Especially when they're all together.
(chuckles) Don't worry about it.
(chuckles) Are you not a bit hot in this?
A bit... (chuckles) I could do with a summer one, really.
(chuckles) MARY: I think the last ten years of Vivien's marriage were... not happy ones.
But she wasn't one to complain.
I don't think the kids realized, they were so full of their own lives.
LINEHAM: Which, I gather, were in some turmoil?
MARY: Well, I don't like to say, but I do know Jake and Leila were having... yeah, a bit of a tough time.
(Jake groans) All right.
Mum, Dad's taking us to Disneyland!
We're going to Paris!
I'll be in in a sec.
I hope you can deliver on that.
Yeah, well, they deserve a holiday.
I'll get the money.
This is the rest of your stuff... from the attic.
I'll see you Monday.
Leila, please, please... can I just come inside and talk to you?
Just, just to chat.
(children playing nearby) (picks up bags) TONY: Put your size 12 boot up Garnam's arse and get those corrected drawings ASAP, yeah?
(sighs) NATALIE: So, anyway, before he arrived, Mum said Dad was "no angel" and that can only mean he had affairs, can't it?
There's never been any hint of this before.
I mean, he was away a lot, traveling for work but... well, it just casts Dad in a completely new light.
Are you listening to me at all?
(sighs) We've all got secrets.
Look at us.
(nearby hammering, drilling) It doesn't make him any less of a father, does it?
Even your mum, probably.
(hammer continues) Do they?
♪ ♪ LINEHAM: Were there any family feuds that might have had a bearing on what happened last night?
MARY: Well, I mean all families row, don't they?
But, no, nothing.
I mean, not to the point of such a terrible tragedy, no.
(door slams loudly) ♪ ♪ (waves crashing, seagulls squawking) (car pulling up, brakes squeak) ♪ ♪ (door opens) Ah!
(closes door) Thanks for the cheese straws, Mary.
Oh, my pleasure.
How did it go then?
Oh, few sticky moments, but they'll get used to it.
Course they will.
Are you off on a trip?
Just a couple of days, back Sunday night.
Oh, where to?
I don't know, actually.
It's a surprise.
Well, that's... that's lovely, isn't it?
(honks horn) Oh!
I'd better go.
(chuckles) I'll keep an eye on the house.
Have a great time!
MARY: Well, I worried after Terry died that Viv would get very low so I suggested we go out on a few outings, you know, cheer her up.
(inhales, exhales) But, well, I should have known a woman like Vivien wouldn't be single for five minutes.
(soft chuckle) "Good for her," I thought.
♪ ♪ (exhaling) JAKE: 19, one more.
Keep it up.
(clicks watch) Oh, cheeky bonus!
(both laughing) Well done.
Very, very good, lady.
How do you feel about once more around the park before heading home?
(breathless): Oh God!
All right then.
Go on then, I'll catch you up.
HELEN: Of course, I take this report very seriously and I want to apologize on behalf of the trust to any patient who has waited too long for treatment.
As you know, there have been some significant resignations on the management team and my task now is to get this trust back on track.
(sighs) (squeaky door opens) MEERA: Helen.
What about brutal dismissals?
I, I don't think you're supposed to be in this building.
I was pushed out of my job because you needed a scapegoat!
Come on, Meera.
Your department was consistently failing.
After years of hard work, my professional reputation is destroyed... ...like that!
(snaps fingers) How do you sleep?
♪ ♪ (squeaky door closes) (Stella moaning) (both panting) (both chuckling) (exhales) (exhaling deeply) Oh, did you book that trip for your kids to Disneyland?
Yeah, I did.
Thank you for that.
You must miss living with them.
(exhales) (smacks lips) Well...
Better be off.
Oh, it's in the drawer.
♪ ♪ Thanks, Stella.
That's very generous.
(humorless chuckle) ♪ ♪ (grabs cash, closes drawer) ♪ ♪ (plane engine roars) VIVIEN: What... what's this?
You don't have a fear of flying, do you?
Uh, no... No, but where are we going?
Oh, just a short hop flight over the channel to Le Touquet.
You told me you went there once as a teenager.
I thought you might like a revisit.
It's just a tiny plane.
Half an hour trip.
Viv, why don't you say something?
I haven't got my passport... Ta-da!
(soft chuckle) I, I found it yesterday when you were getting ready.
(airplane engine starting) You were looking through my things?
I wanted it to be a surprise.
(chuckles) (laughing) It's okay.
It's just... just a bit of a shock.
I can't believe you remembered me telling you about that trip.
(children playing) (children whooping, squealing) HELEN: He's just so different from Dad though, isn't he?
That's what I couldn't believe.
I mean, so...
I don't know, gentlemanly.
Dad was gentlemanly!
Oh, not like that.
Mark couldn't stop looking at her.
Filling her glass, touching her arm, smiling at her... Are you jealous?
(laughs) I'm perfectly happy with George.
(chuckling): No, I'm very happy on my own, thanks.
JAKE: He's wet!
He's too wet for her.
I mean, Dad was a force to be reckoned with, wasn't he?
He had character.
Oh, I think that's nothing.
I bet that was just like one-off.
It was a one-off event that... You know, the most important thing is that they stayed together, didn't they?
All those years.
Over 40 years they stayed together.
That's bloody impressive.
Hey, come on, you'll get Leila back.
Course you will.
(humorless chuckle) Yeah... (clicks lighter) (seagulls squawking, indistinct chatter) The thing is that I got pregnant with Helen before Terry and I got married.
So it was more a marriage of... necessity than choice.
Well, I don't think that Charlotte and myself had the perfect marriage.
Not by any means.
But I'd always longed to be part of a team.
Someone by your side, rooting for you.
And I hope that, one day, we can be a team like that.
Oh, is that what all this is about?
Because, Mark, nothing could be further from my mind at this moment than marriage.
MADDIE: A square?
JAKE: Okay, Maddie.
Right, what else?
(humming syllables) Marching?
Up the stair... up the...
Going growing... going up... Good.
"James and the Giant Peach!"
Don't look at me like that!
You haven't said anything to Helen, have you?
No, no, of course not.
But... (places glass down) Well, Nat, I just hate to think of you hanging on like this for a man who might... might not come through for you.
Thank you, but I can look after myself.
I know, I know, but you could so easily find a great guy who adores you...
Please, George... And wants to have kids like you do.
I shouldn't have said anything to you.
Oh, Nat, I'm sorry.
I didn't-- (laughter) "Beauty and the Beast!"
"Jack and the Beanstalk!"
(cheering) (cheers and applause) JAKE: Right, well it's your go then, Maddie.
Up you come, yes.
LILY: Guys, guys, guys, guys!
Right, wave to Grandma!
Get a photo.
Wave to Grandma!
JAKE: Say cheese!
(shutter clicks) MARY: I reckon that was the first Sunday lunch Vivien had missed since Terry died.
I mean, family traditions are important, aren't they?
When she began spending all that time with Mark, I think that's when things started falling apart.
(exhales) (waves crashing) ♪ ♪ Oh, hello!
Did you have a good trip?
Where did you go?
Uh... just over to France.
Yes, it was lovely, thanks.
Sorry, I can't stop, Mary.
I'm off to get my hair done.
Catch you later!
MARY: I knew Vivien about as well as anyone.
I mean, you can't live next door all those years and not get to know a person, can you?
(seagulls squawking) We always helped each other out, you know, whenever we could.
(seagulls squawking) (knocking) Oh, hello?
But I can take it for her.
♪ ♪ But although we'd been neighbors for so long, we didn't live in each other's pockets.
No, I kept myself to myself.
Always have done.
Just who I am.
(water bubbling) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ TONY: So, what do you think?
Oh good God, we're not going to knock this down, are we?
It would be a crime.
Stables, four-car garage, six beds, billiards room.
Wow... What's this about?
You and me, living here.
I've been on the lookout for ages.
I haven't found anywhere I thought you'd like... until now.
So, you mean... you are actually finally going to leave Carla?
(laughing): This is for us?
You've been so patient, Nats, all this time.
(chuckles) If you like it... (keys jingling) I'll put in an offer on Monday.
♪ ♪ Mum?
Have you got any photos of Grandad from when he was in hospital?
Don't think so.
I'm doing a post on death.
It's for my followers.
I should have taken one of him just after he died, that would have been cool.
Yeah, no, that would have been incredibly disrespectful.
Well, you didn't respect him.
You were always arguing with him.
No, I wasn't!
You used to shout at him all the time, just like you shout at Dad.
You're always angry.
(voice rising): I am not-- Lily, people argue all the time.
It doesn't mean they don't love each other.
(quietly): Yeah, right.
JAKE: I just want our little family back.
I want you back.
And the money?
I'm working all the hours God made.
Leila, I'm paying back the debt, week by week.
When will you be clear?
Six months or so.
It's going to be quicker if I can.
A lot can happen in six months.
I... don't really want to discuss it until you've paid back every penny.
♪ ♪ Jake... no... ♪ ♪ MARK: I've been thinking about that conversation we had in France... Me too.
And I realize it was far too soon to mention marriage.
And... stupid of me.
(chuckling): It's okay.
I'm really sorry.
I messed up.
It's just that... (sighs) ...after a lifetime of looking after other people, I...
I like the independence I have now.
I understand that.
It doesn't mean that I don't love you.
Can I just ask, does this mean that marriage is out of the question for you... forever?
(laughing): No, no.
But we've got years ahead of us, don't we?
(sighing): Well... hopefully, yes.
(laughing) It's just I wouldn't like to think you'd rule it out completely.
♪ ♪ Come on... Hi, darling.
How are you?
Oh yeah, great.
Time for a cup of tea?
Or a glass of something?
I've, I've got to get back.
Oh... but we haven't seen you properly in ages.
(chuckles) Even the girls are asking after you!
Ah... You know, we should have her round for dinner one evening, shouldn't we?
Yeah, yeah, that'd be lovely.
(footsteps approaching) We'll arrange something.
I'll email you with some dates, shall I?
Ah, yeah, lovely.
I know what you're doing, Natalie.
(seatbelt clicks) And you can never win.
♪ ♪ Bye!
♪ ♪ (engine starts) (water running) STELLA: Jake, I'll see you downstairs.
Oh, um... one of my rentals is due to come vacant soon-- the top floor flat.
That might work for you.
Yeah, well, it sounds lovely, Stella.
It also sounds very expensive and I'm trying to save every penny I can at the minute, thank you.
Um... actually... well, I thought you could have it rent-free.
In exchange for the personal training sessions and the odd... evening here.
I mean, we could do away with all of this.
Uh, well, bloody hell!
I don't think I can accept that, Stella.
(chuckling): I mean, it was just an idea.
I thought I could kill two birds with one stone.
But no pressure.
I totally understand if it doesn't feel right.
I'll see you Thursday?
(taps cash against counter) Yep, see you Thursday.
(door opens, closes) (Mary chuckling, chatter on TV) (laughter on TV) (laughing) Oh God!
♪ ♪ (shaky breathing) VIVIEN: Mark's on his way over and he's bringing some supper.
We're going to watch a film.
Why don't you stay?
He always makes far too much.
No, no, I'll leave you two love birds alone.
(chuckles) (clears throat) But, um, before he gets here, I just wanted to ask you something.
I've been thinking about what you said about Dad.
(quietly): Oh God... "No angel."
Does that mean...
He had affairs, didn't he?
Just the one.
But it went on for some years.
But... you didn't leave him.
I said that if he gave her up, then I'd promise I wouldn't tell you kids.
And he did.
Do you know what happened to the other woman?
No, I don't know.
And I don't care.
Look, why don't you pop in again soon, hmm?
And we can talk properly?
(soft chuckle) You really like him, don't you?
You think he's all right?
I think he's great.
Because he makes you so happy.
(soft chuckle) All right, bye.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (spritzing) ♪ ♪ Hello.
Hello... (sighs) So... that's a no then, is it?
I was just coming to the end of the chapter!
Yeah, or you're in the middle of a chapter, or the start of a chapter.
Or you're... you're very stoned or-- Don't, Helen, please... ...tired.
Well, it comes to something when your own mum is having more sex than you.
You never initiate anything.
That's because you're the initiator, aren't you?
(scoffs) Well, you're the boss and I'm just the employee.
If I'm not performing, well, we'll have to get tough, won't we?
Oh, come on...
I'm not a project for you to manage.
Sex isn't like that.
It doesn't respond to demands.
♪ ♪ (exhales) ♪ ♪ (vibrating) Hi Mum, this is late for you.
Is everything okay?
I'm calling from the hospital, I'm afraid.
HELEN (over phone): Oh my God!
It's your mum.
♪ ♪ (seagulls squawking) MARK: Ah, she's awake!
How are you feeling?
Actually I slept well, doctor.
Your pulse is regular.
You need to keep your fluids up.
And you might want to take one of these.
What are they?
It's a very mild tranquillizer, just to get you through lunch with the kids and everything.
It's up to yourself, only take it if you feel the need.
You're being so thoughtful.
But I think I could run to a nice slice of toast without burning the kitchen down if you felt up to it?
You're going to be fine, I promise you.
(seagull squawking) (door opens, closes) (exhales) (tissue paper rustling) (places scissors down) ♪ ♪ (tissue paper rustling) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ VIVIEN: I mean it was the oddest thing.
One minute I was fine and then... MARK: Then she collapsed.
NATALIE: But you were fine when I left here.
So what is it then?
Well... we can't be certain-- I'm sorry, I'd like to hear it from my mum, please.
Oh, well... Well, they're not sure if it's just a one-off thing or a symptom of something serious.
I mean... Oh God.
They've done a raft of tests and now we just have to wait for the results.
Well, look, I think we should set up a rota system.
You know, one of us coming in every day.
Yeah, that's a good idea.
I can do that, just to keep an eye on you.
Yeah, I'll cook a meal or something.
It's no trouble.
It is trouble for you.
So... well, actually, Mark has very kindly said that he'll come and stay for a bit.
In our house?
Just for a week or two.
You know, just till the results come through.
And I'll be in the best medical hands so none of you need worry.
HELEN: But Mum, no offense, Mark, but we don't know you very well yet (chuckling): and naturally we... Well, no, we don't know him at all.
And, Mum, that is our job!
(stammering): Look, let's calm down.
I don't want to tread on any toes.
Look, and if there was another episode, then Mark would know exactly what to do.
I could monitor the hospital tests, make sure they haven't missed anything.
Well, that is important.
Oh, come on.
We can do that!
MARK (stammering): I, I'm sorry if you feel uncomfortable about that--- No, no, no, no.
Look, what is important is that Mum's happy, right?
Isn't it, Jake?
And I am, 100%!
LINEHAM: And then Vivien suddenly became unwell?
Yes, that... and that was so... out of the blue.
How did the children react to their mother's illness?
MARY: Well, you know, they all rallied round.
SERVER: Large gin and tonic?
JAKE: So that's two drinks here, one at Mum's.
That's almost six units of alcohol.
HELEN: You're just jealous because I can hold my drink and you can't.
No, you think you can.
That's what alcohol does for you.
Oh stop it, you two!
Anyway, back to Mum.
The question is...
I hope you're not considering driving home.
We don't really know her financial position.
Well, you were the one helping her with it all after Dad died, weren't you?
I mean, surely you've got some idea.
Yeah, well, I know she owns the house outright and there are some savings, but most of what Dad left is in shares, which she said had been doing well.
So she's certainly very comfortably-- She's loaded.
You don't honestly think that he's only after her for her money, do you?
I mean, you only have to look at them to see they're in love.
Oh, come on.
Bull (no audio).
They hardly know each other.
It's infatuation, is what it is.
Yeah, but he can't get his hands on her money anyway, not without her permission.
What are you talking about?
Of course he can!
You know what Mum's like with security.
He's probably already got all of her PIN numbers and passwords.
Yeah, I think one of us should probably have power of attorney in case she has another one of those episodes.
For God's sake, you two!
Look, this is about two people being in love!
We should be cheering them on, not obsessing about the money!
Yeah, well, you know, the money might mean nothing to you because you haven't got any dependents.
You think nothing of spending £1,000 on a handbag!
Oh, she doesn't pay for those bags herself!
What the (no audio) do you know?
I don't see you going short on anything either!
That's not fair!
Wages in the public sector-- Yeah, and you've got George at home waiting on you hand and foot.
You know, I've had to work bloody hard for where I've got!
What, and I haven't?
As I recall, Dad gave you the deposit for your flat.
Whereas Jake and I had nothing to get us started.
Oh, for (no audio)'s sake!
That was ages ago.
Anyway, it was only £10,000.
Do you want me to divide it all up and write you a check now?
Is the money really that important to you?
No, it's not the amount, it's the principle.
It's the amount.
Yeah, I will have a check, thank you.
Yeah, write it now.
Oh my God, you two are unbelievable!
Sorry, Dad gave her £10,000.
You knew about it, you didn't tell me?
(No audio) it.
We should all get £10,000, shouldn't we?
What, so you can spunk it all on a horse at the bookies?
(door closes) (word catches in throat) Wow, wow, wow.
You really are such a little bitch, aren't you?
Do you know who I pity?
(footsteps retreating) (door opens, closes) ♪ ♪ (exhales) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ TONY (answering machine): Hi, I can't come to the phone right now, but if you leave a message, I'll get right back to you.
(dialing out) Hi, I can't come to the phone right now, but... (groans, clicks) (keys jingling) ♪ ♪ (keys thud loudly) ♪ ♪ (Helen gasping, retching) (heavy breathing) (coughing, retching) ♪ ♪ (retching, groaning continue) (groaning) (cellphone ringing) Hey, you!
JAKE (on phone): Hey...
Listen, I've been thinking about your... your offer of the flat.
And if it still stands, um... it would be temporary.
Yeah, of course!
(sighs) Yeah, that's great.
That's... it's perfect.
♪ ♪ TONY (on phone): Nats, what the hell are you playing at?
I, I need to talk to you.
Well, I can't talk now, we've got ten people at dinner!
Are you okay?
I've done a test and it's positive.
What are you...?
Look, I don't...
I can't talk now, okay?
It's not the right time.
I'll see you on Monday, we'll talk then.
(phone clicks) ♪ ♪ (grunts) (sniffling, softly moans) ♪ ♪ Thank you for being here.
Most men would have run a mile in this scenario.
No question of that, Viv.
This is it for me.
Your... question still stands then?
Whenever you're ready.
♪ ♪ LINEHAM: Thank you, Mrs. Bennett.
We'll be in touch regarding a more formal statement at the police station.
A person is fighting for their life in hospital.
But... but it was an accident.
But if it's not, and the news from the hospital isn't good... then it's murder.
Oh, thank you for the tea.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ MARY: I can't believe that she's selling up after all these years.
I've always wanted to see more of the world, and so does Mark.
So this is his idea, is it?
HELEN: She was perfectly healthy before she met Mark, wasn't she?
JAKE: Yeah, super healthy.
What did his first wife die of?
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