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The Future Is Now

Comedy drama series. Millie has to choose her school subjects, and her dad has taken a full-time job that really doesn't suit him.


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I have to pick my exam subjects soon.

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Should be easy, right?

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Wrong.

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Maybe I want to be a firefighter, or an opera singer.

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Or a fire-fighting opera singer?

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I don't get why I have to decide now.

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I'm still working out who I am.

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How do I know what I'm going to be?

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There. Why can't all decisions be that easy?

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Although...

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Decisions are hard!

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And it feels like my whole life hinges on this one.

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I'll ask Mum. Her favourite subject is me.

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-Mum?

-Lauren!

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Has Lauren turned into anything resembling a human yet?

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Well, not since I've known her, no.

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Mum, can I talk to you about my subject choices?

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And my career? I could be a belly dancer!

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Or a rock star, or a snake handler, or...

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Those are all jobs Amber's had.

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What subjects do you think she did?

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I've no idea. And none of those sound like real jobs.

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Lauren! Are you ready for school yet?

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-What?

-Have you just got up?

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No. That would mean actually going to bed.

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You haven't been to bed?

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I can't cram for my mocks and sleep, Mum!

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Right. The most important thing is to not get stressed!

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Stressed? I'm not stressed.

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I'm just too tired to be stressed!

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-Oh. Oh.

-I guess I'll try again later

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when she's not orbiting Planet Lauren.

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Whoa!

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You look uncomfortable.

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It's my first day at Electro World.

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Cool, you're working in a theme park!

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No, love. After years of working for himself,

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Tony now has a full-time sales job.

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Aye, the manager Jamie is a mate.

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I fished his school bag out of the canal when he was eight.

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Called in a favour. This is the new Tony, guys.

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He has a steady job, a regular wage.

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-Drinks his tie?

-Ah, no!

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Ah! Um...

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It's OK.

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-Kind of saw that coming.

-Oh, thank you, love!

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-Wish me luck.

-ALL: Good luck!

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Thank you.

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Heads!

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Yes!

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Yes.

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Lauren's worried she's not ready for her mocks.

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OK, people. Take cover.

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Whose bright idea was it to call them "mock" exams?

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They should be called "literally just as bad as actual exams" exams!

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Chill! They only call them mocks because everyone makes fun of them.

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Well, my teachers are definitely mocking me!

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In history, I'm predicted to get a D!

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In maths, I'm predicted not to turn up!

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Well, I'm going to show them.

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OK, Lauren.

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Now, breathe, yeah?

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And go to your happy place like I taught you.

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HE INHALES

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OK, that's your scary vampire place.

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I need a brain transplant.

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That would be tricky, seeing as you don't actually have one.

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I do have a brain.

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It just won't let me concentrate on anything for more than two...

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Oh, bagels.

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OK, why don't I help you revise?

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I could cheerlead you to success, yeah?

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Give me an L! A! U! R! E! N!

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What do you spell?

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Resits.

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SHE SCREAMS

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Lauren!

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My future's hanging in the balance,

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and Lauren's worrying about exams that don't even count.

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I'm going to Dad and Amber's after school,

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so I can get the attention and the biscuits I desperately need.

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Oh...

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-Aw...

-Oh, dear.

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Electro World didn't switch you on, then?

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Actually, it was a bit SHOCKING.

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-Nice!

-Lots of petty rules, though.

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Like, "Don't sit on the cookers"

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and, "No, you can't watch the football on the plasma screens."

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You know those are pretty standard rules for regular jobs?

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Oh, and apparently while my tie was smart enough -

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thanks for that, love -

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the rest of this is just not acceptable.

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I'm sure you'll get used to it.

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You know, eventually.

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-Maybe.

-I know they're right.

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A new job, new me.

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This baby will have one reliable, smartly dressed, old dad.

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Good, cos it's going to have one failure of a big sis!

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Hey!

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Why would you be a failure?

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Are you a bit worried about your mocks, love?

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No, Amber. I'm massively worried!

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Everything I learned goes right into my brain and then just shoots right

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back out again! I don't know what to do!

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I'll go put the kettle on, shall I?

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Hey, your tea's getting cold.

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What good is tea going to do me?!

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I can't believe it. She's getting my attention.

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Now, do you think you can manage a biscuit?

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AND my biscuits!

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Ah, Millie. Are you here to support Lauren?

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-Support her?

-Well, you've arrived just in time.

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Tony's about to impart some top-class dad wisdom.

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Millie, come here.

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Um.

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Well, girls,

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the thing with life is,

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always make the right choices so you can do the job you love.

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That's why I'm here.

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I need to make my subject choices.

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-The right ones.

-Well, exactly.

-So how did you choose yours?

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I flipped a coin.

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Can we get back to me now, please? Girl on the brink here.

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-Do you want a push over it?

-Millie, I know what you should do.

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What? Finally, I'm listening!

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Talk to your mum. I mean, she knows you better than anyone.

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Yeah. Brilliant.

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I'll give that a try.

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Again.

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-TV:

-'The Suez Canal was built to connect which two bodies of water?'

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The Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.

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'Correct. Who discovered penicillin in 1929?'

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Alexander Fleming.

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'Correct.

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'What is a noble gas?'

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A gas that is odourless, colourless and monatomic.

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-'Correct.'

-It also makes up Group 18 of the periodic table,

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but now I'm just showing off.

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Well, don't let me stop you.

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How long have you been listening?

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Long enough to get evidence that

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you're way smarter than you look, sound or even behave.

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You don't show that to anyone!

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I have a reputation to uphold!

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-What reputation?

-Um, I'm in a band?

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Everyone knows you can't be smart and in a band!

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It never hurt Professor Brian Cox.

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All right, name your price.

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Oh, I will.

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In my own time.

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Gah!

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-Mum?

-Hm?

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I went to Dad and Amber's to get help with my subject choices,

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-and Amber said...

-Amber?

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-Why didn't you talk to me?

-Well, I wanted to, but we kept getting...

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Oh, Mike!

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-That.

-Well, I am now officially beyond help!

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Yeah, I'm a grown-up and this stuff goes way over my head!

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I'm pretty tall. I mean, this might be written in a foreign language!

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Well, that one is in Spanish.

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Oh, come on. Can't be that bad!

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No, it is.

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The Haber Process.

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Co-le-lay-layvant bonds?

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I mean, what does it even mean?

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Well, don't ask me!

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Oh, wait, they will ask me, in the exams I'm going to fail!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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-Lauren!

-Lauren!

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And I failed to get Mum's attention, again!

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Here's my price. Tutor Lauren for her mocks.

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That's not blackmail!

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That's torture!

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Craig's your new tutor.

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Um, Millie,

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I actually want to pass these exams.

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Do it, or I'll tell your band that you're secretly super-smart.

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I'm telling you, Craig is secretly super-smart.

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'It also makes up Group 18 of the periodic table,

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'but now I'm just showing off.'

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Fine! But I'm only doing this to save my reputation!

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There is no way I am being Craig's student!

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OK. Good luck reaching those targets and proving those teachers wrong.

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Fine, but I am not asking his permission to go to the loo!

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It's amazing what a little embarrassing video can do.

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So now I can have Mum all to myself.

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My subject advising skills at your service.

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No need to ask anyone else.

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I figured my subject choices should be related to what career I want.

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But I don't know what career I want!

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-I hear you.

-What do you think I'd be good at?

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Oh! What about running your own business?

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Erm...

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Well, I know it's not as cool as any of Amber's jobs, but I like it.

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Why do you keep mentioning Amber?

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Sorry, Mills. I'm obviously not as good at this as I thought I was.

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I thought Mum would totally have this.

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After all, she's known me my whole life.

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You like? I bought it for a job interview years back.

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I think we can see that.

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Oh, come on. Give us a break. I'm dressing like this for you lot.

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Why can't you dress like Spider-Man, then?

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Salesman will have to do for now.

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And what's Salesman's superpower?

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Making things break so that people need to buy new stuff.

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Can you sell me...

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-..a toaster?

-Prepare to be amazed.

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This should be interesting.

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Right.

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Welcome to Electro World, sir. Now, what would you like for breakfast?

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-Toast.

-And would you like to buy a toaster?

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No, thank you. Because I already have one.

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Ah. The old one's broke, I see.

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There you go. 30 quid, please, thank you very much.

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I've got to go.

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Wow.

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-He's good.

-Why isn't he happy, then?

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Hurry up. Work your magic.

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OK. So, you know what you know.

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And you know what you don't know.

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But also, you don't know what you do know.

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-You know?

-No.

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See, Lauren. The mind is a weapon.

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And in your case, it needs sharpening.

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It's my mocks, Craig. I'm not training to be a ninja!

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Right, we'll start with the easy stuff.

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HE READS ALOUD

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That's easy!

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What are the three main causes of death in the Middle Ages?

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Oi!

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Concentrate!

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I don't know. I don't care!

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Right, find me Vancouver, Johannesburg and Beijing.

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How'd I do?

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Wrong.

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Wrong!

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And, surprise, surprise - wrong.

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Let's try chemistry.

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-This is fun.

-When you've finished, it should look exactly like this.

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-Well, Professor.

-At least you labelled your diagram.

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Right, history.

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-This is...?

-A hipster.

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Abraham Lincoln!

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Famous battle in 1836.

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The Battle of Britain.

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The Alamo, duh!

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Famous Scottish queen.

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Katniss Everdeen.

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Mary, Queen of Scots.

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Seriously, Lauren.

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Oh! This might be your way, but it's clearly not mine!

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Millie, you are breaking so many rules right now.

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Of feng shui.

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Is that my blender?

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I need to work out what career I want.

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So, here I am.

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Working it out.

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-And...?

-I could be an architect.

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Isn't it obvious? This isn't to scale, of course,

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but your blender's meant to be a giant Jacuzzi.

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But instead of all this, why don't you just ask your mum?

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That's what Amber said. That Mum knows me better than anyone.

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But then I realised that she wants me to work it out for myself.

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-Did your mum say that?

-No, because that would be telling me.

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Right, time for stress testing.

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Maybe you were meant to be an inventor.

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-What did I invent?

-Kitchen Jenga!

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OK, so I think that rules out architecture.

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-Do you have a sec?

-Sure. Could do with a break from my job which is,

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according to Millie, no fun.

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Well, this is about Millie, actually.

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She's using my blender to help make her subject choices.

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What's she doing?

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It's complicated. Anyway, I told her she should talk to you about it.

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Oh, she doesn't want my advice.

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She wants Amber's.

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That's funny, that's what Amber said, except in reverse.

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And what does Amber know?

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She told Millie to talk to you because, I quote,

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"You know her better than anyone".

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Oh.

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I always said that Amber was a very sensible lady.

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I might have been a bit silly.

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I was jealous because I thought she wanted to be like Amber.

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Leave it to me. I'll talk to her.

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Please don't leave embarrassing stuff like this in my room!

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No wonder you can't concentrate or remember anything!

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SHE SINGS ALONG

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# ..all I want is for you to be near

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# You make everything worthwhile

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# Without you my heart couldn't smile

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# I see the world clearly

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# I need you always with me

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# Oh, girl... #

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There!

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What do you think?

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-I thought you were supposed to be drawing me.

-I was!

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-Oh.

-Oh, I guess I shouldn't pick art, then.

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No, no, no. Try again. We've got plenty of time.

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Well, I don't! I have to fill in my subject form tonight,

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and I still don't have my future mapped out!

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You're lucky. You've got it all sorted.

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Yeah. I filled mine in as soon as I got it.

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I've always known I was going to be a teacher.

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Or a vet. Or an Olympic gymnast.

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Lisa, I will be there before you know it.

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And baby will be delivered safe and sound, OK?

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Now, I need you to practise the breathing that we did, OK?

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Trust me, I'm a pro. Has anyone seen my phone?

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-In your hand.

-Oh, good spot, Millie.

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Wow. Amber's job seems kind of exciting.

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-And stressful.

-That's what she loves most about it.

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-Hey, Tony.

-Hey.

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-Did the boss like your suit?

-Ah, I suppose he did.

-Don't be grumpy.

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Cheer up, it's pizza night.

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I made pizza with our faces on it.

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Yours was simples.

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Well, you'll have to get rid of the beard.

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Why? Pepperoni whiskers are the best bit.

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Because I have to get rid of the beard.

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Beards put off the customers, apparently.

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What if you don't?

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Well, then I'll still have a beard.

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Excellent.

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But I won't have a job.

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Not excellent.

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My posters?

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You vandal!

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Oh, chill out. It's only until you ace your mocks.

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And I conveniently placed all your study cards where you look most.

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Oh, yeah, where would that be?

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-My mirror?!

-See?

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Education through vanity!

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You can deface my posters, but you cannot deface my face!

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It's too far! Get out, Craig!

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Lauren, your problem isn't knowing the things you already know.

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-Don't start this again.

-It's relaxing enough to remember them.

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And I, Craig, know the key for you, how to do it.

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I don't have time for this!

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Sit down and watch.

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This is not relaxing!

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Now, Lauren, what you're about to see me do will never,

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ever happen again.

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Not my favourite song.

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# Louis Pasteur, he knew his stuff

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# Germs and bacteria make you feel rough

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# Hearing this you'll remember with ease

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# Microorganisms cause diseases

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# The germ theory

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# It's the germ theory

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# Oh, girl

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# Henry and Henry Edward and Jane

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# Mary and Elizabeth ended their reign

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# I'm in the house

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# Of Tudor

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# Say what?

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# I'm a Tudor

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# 1485 to 1603

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# Six monarchs on the throne but it wasn't meant to be

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# I'm a Tudor

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# Say what?

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# We're the Tudors. #

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Let's never speak of this again.

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Out!

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-Hiya!

-Oh, there you are.

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I've been looking for you.

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Now, I don't want you worrying about your choices.

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It's OK. I think I've worked it out.

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-Brilliant!

-I want to be a midwife.

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-A midwife?

-Yeah.

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It's stressful, but exciting.

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-Like Amber?

-Yeah.

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That's great!

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Now we know you're going to be a cool, New-Age midwife.

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You don't need my boring old help.

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Excuse me.

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What's up with Mum?

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I thought she'd be happy that I worked it out for myself.

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Well, beard. We had some good times.

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And some bad times.

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But no matter what, you always kept my face warm.

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And fuzzy.

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RAZOR WHIRS

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Jake?

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Trust me... Oh, good, well done!

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OK.

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-What's going on?

-We're saving the beard.

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Your face doesn't make sense without it.

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How will we know which end is up?

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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Jamie, listen, mate,

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Can you just hold on a second?

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-Give me the clippers.

-No.

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It's not the beard that should be going, it's Electro World.

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That's not what your mum thinks.

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She knows that I need a steady job.

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Only if it makes you happy.

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Look, I promised this baby it'd have a reliable dad.

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I'm not quitting over some face fur.

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If you do this, you ARE quitting.

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Listen to the beard.

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Tell him you don't need his job.

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We'll live, OK?

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'Tony? Tony, will you pick up? Tony?'

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Jamie, hi. Um...

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Listen, thanks for the job, mate.

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But the beard's staying. And I'm not.

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-Nice.

-Did somebody call for... Self-Employed Man?

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-Oh, yeah!

-Oh, yeah!

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Self-Employed Man!

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# Louis Pasteur, he knew his stuff

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# Germs and bacteria make you feel rough

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# Hearing this you'll remember with ease

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# Microorganisms cause disease

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# I've got the germ theory

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# The germ theory

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# Oh, girl... #

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It worked!

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-What?

-History and medicine facts, you just sung them!

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And bang on!

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-Quick, try another one.

-Um...

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Henry and Henry, Edward and Jane,

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Mary and Elizabeth ended the reign,

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I'm in the House of Tudor.

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Say what? I'm a Tudor!

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Thanks, Craig! You've saved my exams.

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I promise I won't tell anyone that, you know,

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you're like a ninja genius.

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# I got the germ theory!

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# I got the germ theory!

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# Oh, girl

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# Oh, girl... #

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Well, I really wouldn't brag about that.

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-Lauren!

-What?

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I didn't say I wouldn't tell anyone about your dancing.

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# Germ theory

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# I got the germ theory!

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# Oh, girl

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# Oh, girl. #

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Oh, no!

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If I want to do biology, then I can't do art.

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I'm out of time, and I don't know what subjects to choose

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or how I've managed to upset Mum!

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Is that your subjects form?

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No.

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Yes.

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Maybe I should just forget about a career and jump on a motorbike

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and go off travelling. Wait!

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It sounds like I want to be Amber, don't I?

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Well, why wouldn't you want to be like her?

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I mean, she's glamorous and exciting.

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And I'm just...boring and normal.

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I'm so NOT trying to be like Amber.

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I've just spent the last three days driving everyone crazy while trying

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to do the right thing and pushing myself to be the best I can be.

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Who does that remind you of?

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Me.

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But I'd have made my decision sooner.

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What are you doing? I haven't picked my choices yet.

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I know. I trust you.

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And you should trust yourself.

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It is an important decision, though.

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How did you make up your mind?

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Uh, I just picked the same thing as

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my best friend so we could sit next to each other.

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I'm glad you know what you want to be, though.

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But if you change your mind, one or ten times, then that is OK with me.

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Well, to be honest,

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I am having second thoughts about being a midwife.

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Maybe a fire-fighting opera singer isn't such a bad idea.

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Millie has to choose her next level school subjects, and it's proving impossible - why does she have to decide now what she wants to be? She needs to talk to mum - but Lauren isn't helping. Her melodramatic flouncing over her mock exams means Millie can't get the mum-time she needs. When she discovers Craig is brainier than everyone thought, Millie solves her Lauren problem - but has mum got the right advice for Millie? In order to support Amber, dad has taken a full-time job that really doesn't suit him. Fran and Jake have to do something - before he makes the ultimate sacrifice and shaves off his beard.