"The Granton Star Cause"
Evelyn lights and smokes a joint. (0:10)
“God” tells soccer player Boab Coyle, "You f***** this one up, you daft c***."
”Every f****** time I come down here, some wino pulses up about what I should and shouldn't be f****** doing... That cunt Nietzsche was way off the mark when he said that I was dead.”
”You're just like me, a lazy, apathetic, slovenly c***.”
”That's because you’ve no imagination, you daft c***.” (0:19)
Poster for Enter the Dragon on soccer player Kev’s wall. (0:27)#
Evelyn and soccer player Tambo use poppers. (0:30)
"A Soft Touch"
Partier: “You’re a nut.” (0:40)
Alec asks a partier "Just f****** pissed, eh?" (0:41)
Larry tells Johnny, "Bruce Willis, Die Hard." (0:55)
Johnny: "Bruce Willis, f****** Die Hard?" (0:55)
Johnny's mother: "So, the doctor says to give up the cigarettes, John." (0:56)
Larry tells Johnny, "I mean, I'll go half with you on the bills, if that's what you're f****** worried about... been daft..." (1:02)
Partiers share joints and shotgun. (1:10)
"The Acid House"
Jenny tells her friend, "It's a pretty bad case of sperm overdose." (1:15)
Colin “Coco” Bryce pulls a blotter from a cigarette pack. (1:17)
Her husband Rory tells Jenny, "We don't need the whole nitrous oxide thing." (1:20)
Coco hallucinates. (1:20)
A man in front of a sign that says, "The [PL]Acid Shall Inherit the Earth," places a blotter on Coco’s tongue. (1:24)
Rory and Jenny’s newborn infant has traded identities with Coco. (1:27)
Dr. Callaghan, referring to Coco: "Struck by lightning, on top of all this LSD his friends say he's taking. I'm very doubtful as to whether this is drug psychosis." (1:28)
Callaghan tells Kirsty, referring to Coco, "Well, he'll have forgotten all of his life experiences, forgotten the good and the bad things he's done that have shaped him."
Kirsty: ”Well, I'm going to keep him away from all the mates he has in the casuals, and away from drugs, and all...” (1:35)
Infant Tommy acts drunk.
Tommy thinks, referring to Jenny: ”Daft cunt.”
”Get... daft shoe.”
”Don't freak us out.”
Revealing his ability to talk, Tommy tells Jenny, ”I've got special intelligence, and that, right?” (1:38)
Jenny tells Tommy, "You're obviously intelligent enough to articulate your own needs, and we must respect that." (1:41)
Touching one another, Coco and Tommy exchange identities again. (1:47)