Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles OzOz 'Chapter one. She adored London, 'a city as passionate and beautiful as she was. 'No, too derivative. Chapter one... ' 'As far back as I can remember, 'I've wanted to be a graphic artist. 'And one day soon, I will be.' 'I'm Tim. I'm 27 and I'm single. 'I haven't always been. 'My five-year relationship ended really badly. 'I'm over it now, though.' 'The city. London. Londinium. 'That's just shit.' 'This is Daisy, my flatmate and my friend. 'She wants to be a writer. 'But basically I think she's as confused as me. 'She's away, travelling around Asia. 'She wanted to go and find herself. 'I hope she does.' 'She got some money after she sold a few articles. 'About £400, actually. Her auntie gave her the rest. 'This is Brian. He lives downstairs. 'He's an artist. 'Sort of.' 'London was her place - definite and focused, like her mind. 'The home of her triumphs and tragedies.' 'This is Mike.' 'He's my best friend. 'Mike's just got back into the Territorial Army. 'He got chucked when he nicked a tank and tried to invade Paris. - 'He's much better now though.' - Yes ! 'It was a city that loved her, 'cared for her, never judged her.' 'This is Twist, Daisy's best friend. 'Although I'm not entirely sure why. I haven't figured her out just yet. 'She's either sweet and stupid or an evil genius. 'Either way, she's sleeping with Brian and she works in fashion. 'Apparently.' I've got an idea, why don't... ! 'This is Marsha. That was her daughter, Amber. 'Marsha's our landlady. As far as she knows, Fuck off ! 'This is our baby... Dog, sorry. His name's Colin. 'This is our home. We've lived here for about a year.' 'As much as she travelled the world, 'it was the city of London she longed for. 'The home of her passions, her adventures, her friends. 'This was their flat and it always would be.' Hello ! Hello ! Tim ! I'm home ! Hello ! Hello ! Welcome... God, it's... Hello ! Enough. So how are you ? How was Asia ? It was great. I had a wonderful time. It was like, you know, being in another country. It was a different world, another universe. I feel very Zen. Very different. I don't know where to start. Near the end ? Where's Colin ? Ah, erm... Oh, you bastard. He's upstairs with Marsha. Is he all right ? He's fine. I'm sure he's fine. Check out the tan. Yeah, you look like Pocahontas. Thank you very much, Casper. - You know, the ghost. - Oh, right. So how are you, then, you big bloody man ? I'm good. I'm good. I've had a few things to work through. - With Sarah ? - No, with George Lucas. (# Star Wars theme) Tim, it's been over a year. It's been 18 months, Daisy. And it still hurts. I didn't think Phantom Menace was that bad. It's nice to see you, Mike. What've you been up to ? I'm in the quarterfinals of Robot Wars. Wow ! But I've had to move out of Mum's place. - Really ? - Things have been a bit... difficult. She's been very overbearing and I felt suffocated. I've got a lot to offer the world, and my mum's not ready to accept that yet. - Right. - And I shot the cat up the asshole. Right. Well, we'll have to have a party at your flat. Yeah... Actually, Daisy, he's staying here. I spoke to Marsha. She said, "The more the merrier." As far as she knows, he's staying in the spare room. Oh, right. Oh... my room. - Yeah. - I see. Sorry to spring this on you, he had nowhere to go. - There was a bed going, so... - It's fine. Fine. Hope you haven't made too much of a mess. He'll be on the sofa by tonight. Fine ! It's fine. It's fine. I've been sleeping rough for two months. Another night's not gonna kill me. Let's see your photos. No need for photos. Welcome to the 21st century. I got this cheap in Singapore. Here we go. I've got three two-hour tapes. I just couldn't stop filming. I'm thinking about going into documentary filmmaking. Travelogues. A Michael Palin for the millennium. I could use this as a pilot. See what you think. See what you think. 'Hello and welcome to Bangkok.' Yell if you get bored. 'I've been here for about four days. It's really early... ' - Who is it ? - It's Daisy. Hello, you. - Hi. - Go there. - D'you want some tea ? - Yes, please. I got you some lapsang souchong because I knew you were coming back. Thanks. Did you have a great time ? Yes. Yes, I did. It was amazing. Incredible, you know. So many different places and... Is everything all right ? - Yes ! Why ? - You seem different. I feel different, Daisy. - Are you on Prozac ? - No. I'm just... I don't know... I'm enjoying life - and it's thanks... to you. - Really ? It's because of you I met Twist. I can't believe I was single for so long. Loooooove is a beautiful thing, Daisy. You should try it ! You two having fun, are you ? Well, Brian. I'm very happy for you. Oooooh ! Aaaaah ! Eeeee ! - Ow ! - Is this a new one ? - No, same one. - 0ur one ? Yeah. - Hello ! - Marsha. Shit ! - Hello, kitten. Welcome home ! - Hello ! Hello, baby. How are you ? How's he been ? Has he missed me ? He's fine. I had a bloke come and put a dog flap out the back. He loves it. He's never in. That's cos Mummy's been away. But she's back now, isn't she ? In your basket. Oooh. Well, come in. Come and sit down. Hello, you two. Nice to have you back, Daisy. I've got you something. Oh ! Duty free ! How did you know ? - How was it, kitten ? Was it magic ? - Oh, yes. It was. I just feel energised, you know. I feel creative. I feel absolutely good. Did you behave yourself ? What d'you mean ? Well, you know. Young woman away on her own without her beau. Never know what might happen. Half a bottle of ouzo destructo and ooh, the regret. I didn't actually go to Greece, I went to Asia. I know. No, I was just saying. I trust you didn't play away. Oooooh. Well, there was... There was one guy. Go on. 'He was called Steven. 'I met him at the airport on the way home. 'Nothing happened, just... 'He was really sweet.' Ah, did he remind you of Tim ? Er, no. Not really. 'We just sort of found each other. 'Kindred spirits. 'You know... 'We talked for ages about everything. It was great. 'He was so easy-going. 'I met a lot of really annoying idiots on holiday. 'Going on and on, but Steven just seemed... 'different. 'I don't know. He made me feel relaxed. At ease. 'Like I could be myself. 'What can I say ? He was like... a real gentleman.' - So what happened ? - I don't know. 'We were at arrivals, just chatting. 'We were even gonna share a cab and he just vanished. 'I must have lost him in the crowd.' Oh, well. You know what they say, why go out for hamburger when you can have steak at home ? Get off me, you bummer. Oh, there she is, duchess of the D grade. Doing her A Levels, bless her. Where the fuck have you been ? I don't mind you staying out late, but at least you could phone. Right, I'm off. Hang on, I've got something else. - It's video footage of me. - Oh, good. Just see what you think. It's nice to have you back safe, Daisy. You look really well. A lot of people LOSE weight when they're travelling. - You all right ? - Yeah. I just feel a bit weird. That's all. This time yesterday, I was in Delhi. - Oooh ! - The most magical city in India. Probably the world... and now I'm just back in London. Where nothing ever happens. It's not here. We have the wrong bag ? Look. Daisy Steiner, 23 Meteor Street, Tufnell Park. What do you want to do ? Get the car. - Look. - Look. Kick-slam. Come on, Daisy. Why don't you come and have a fight ? No. Suit yourself. Can't we go down the pub ? The pub ? I REALLY want to go. I fancy a pint of Guinness and some salt and vinegar crisps. I'm jet-lagged and I don't want to fall asleep. Daisy ! Coming ? Yeah, just give me a second. I'm wearing nothing at all. What are you wearing ? Ooh, Prada. What's Prada ? - Is he coming ? - I left him a note. Right, you can buy the first round. - I've only got rupees. - God, all right. - Mike can get the first round. - What ? I just want to have a nice, relaxing day. - Yes ? - Daisy Steiner ? Yes. - Are you Daisy Steiner ? - No. Do you know where she is ? - No. - Do you know where she is ? Why ? Miss Steiner is under suspicion of bringing a bag containing sensitive materials into the country. Sensitive... Can you tell us where she is, Mr Topp ? How do you know my name ? It's written on the doorbell. Oh, right. Where is she, Brian ? Brian isn't on the doorbell. - Where is she ? - Er... What pub ? Right, I'm off to point the pink pistol at the porcelain firing range. 0i oi. Come on, Daisy. It can't be that bad being back. I'm fine. I was really looking forward to coming back. Seeing everybody.