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Attention - the My Life In Care videos are about to receive
their world premiere in the TV room. Don't miss these personal tips on
what life is really like in Ashdene Ridge, and here's Finn.
Hi, there. I'm Finn. So, what's my thing?
My thing is...
How did you guess?
-I'll have a biscuit.
-There you go.
I should wait for Harry.
-All the strawberries you can eat.
-I love strawberries!
Yes, food is my big thing.
But you have to be quick around here.
Bacon! 'Sometimes I'm too quick.'
-Finn, are you OK?
-Give that lad an Oscar.
Oh, thank you. Oh, thank you!
Look what you've done!
-I didn't touch him.
-Tee, let's deal with this, please.
What's there to deal with? I didn't push him.
-Take that back.
-Take that back!
-This stops right now, OK?
Go to your room.
At first, being centre of attention was nice.
He sprained it. He's going to have to rest it.
Hey, you two, you could help with that.
It's going to be awkward for him with just one arm.
You mean, like nurses?
You could say that, yeah.
Nurses get to tell people what to do, right?
Yeah. And I'd say that you'd be very, very good at that.
Being looked after by Flossy Nightingale would make anyone sick.
-Give it back!
-Chocolate's not good for sick people.
But the worst thing was everyone thinking Ryan could push me
down the stairs.
Mystery. I like mysteries.
I like mysteries, too. Can I help?
We need to stage a re-enactment.
Will it hurt?
Oh, yeah, that re-enactment.
Nice one, Sherlocks(!)
Now, for the blood.
Right. Finn, I need you to look sad.
But I like ketchup.
Yeah, you love your food so much, Finn,
that they turned you into a human hot dog.
I'm Ryan. I'm going up the stairs, and just walking.
And I'm Finn, and I hear bacon.
Surely, if Ryan pushed Finn, he would have fell backwards,
-I need a drink!
Food got me into that mess.
And in a way, it got me out of it, too.
There's nothing wrong with your arm, is there?
It still hurts a bit.
I was bored of nursing, anyway.
You weren't pushed, were you?
I wasn't really hurt, and Ryan never pushed me.
I just tripped.
But it wasn't the first time I hurt myself.
-Finn, you OK?
'Maybe I was just embarrassed at being clumsy.'
That really wasn't your fault, Finn.
That trampoline was an accident waiting to happen.
-Yeah. That's what we said.
I'm so sorry, Ryan.
-No hard feelings, mate.
-You're the reason I'm in Ashton Ridge.
Before coming here, me and Harry lived with a foster family.
Their dad shouted every day.
I used to cry every night.
Ryan turning up that day changed everything.
He's in here. Why aren't you in there with the others?
-We're not allowed in that room. Where's Mike?
-He's not here.
Listen, you need to leave.
You don't know what he's like. How angry he gets.
-Mike said you're to come with me.
-Come on, let's go.
-What's going on?
Come on. Let's go.
-Wait! What about Finn?
-We're not going back.
-We need to go.
-I'm not leaving without Finn.
My foster dad found it hard to cope, and was always getting angry.
Running away made him even angrier.
Someone's coming. Finn!
In the car, now!
Have you completely lost your mind?
I will deal with you, both of you,
when we get home.
Stupid, stupid idiots!
'That was not a good thing to say.
'Especially when you've just been outsmarted by a kid.'
'Ryan was a hero that day.
'Harry told me about Ashton Ridge.'
I always wanted to go there.
Look familiar, Harry?
-Where? Is that it?
You'll be safe, mate.
Come on! What are you waiting for?
So my dream came true that day.
I go to the Ash Ridge place.
Harry said it's always warm and there's things to eat,
and it's full of idiots, and it's safe.
Harry was right.
It's full of idiots!
Idiots that I love.
That's the best bit about living here - the people.
And the worst thing of living here - the people.
It's not the Dumping Ground, it's the Shouting Ground.
Stop singing. Please!
Want to play?
People, noise, day or night, you can't even escape in your room.
Hey! Let me in!
Access for permit holders only.
I don't need a permit.
This is my room too.
Look, I'm not feeling that great.
Terrible, in fact.
And I don't want you to catch it.
Do you need to see a doctor?
No. I just think it's one of those 24-hour bugs.
What's that smell?
Oh, it will be a while till I eat that Scouse again.
You say you never get a moment's peace. Ha-ha!
So, I've got a new dream - a room of my own.
Finn, can I borrow a purple felt-tip?
Sasha, get out.
Are you doing a video diary?
-Can I be in it?
-Get out, Sasha.
See what I mean?
What was I talking about?
Oh, yes, you noisy lot!
Best friends ever.
No, Floss. Please, no.
No, no, no, no!
Why so horrible?
You're the horrible ones. You wouldn't let me play.
First rule of dominoes, Finn - don't cross Floss.
Dominoes can make friends fall out.
And dominoes can bring friends together.
Go on. Drop it in.
Floss taught us the error of our ways.
Aw! Thanks, Finn. You can have some of my popcorn.
But, easily, Floss get me into trouble.
Give me it back!
She even made me a pretend artist.
Took your advice and became a curator.
-And this is the artist I found - Finn.
-Oh, hi! OK.
So, what do you think?
Right. Yeah, they're really good.
I love the use of colour.
So, what shall we say for all three of them?
-Oh, I can't buy them.
I'm not really looking for any more acquisitions at the moment.
But if you're serious about curating...
Never mind about that. Surely you can buy just one.
I'm sorry, Floss. Really.
I thought you wanted to help.
Finn hasn't had the advantages most kids have.
Erm, does your care worker know you're here?
Finn's had a really tough life.
And it's not going to get any easier for him.
He gets bullied because of it, and you're the one who said
you can find beauty in places you don't expect it.
I go along with most crazy schemes...
..but not that.
That made me really, really angry.
I love my life here.
I love it when Floss is trying to get into my good book.
Music! Roll over!
What's your good book?
I write all of the nice things that people do in it.
So, is Floss in your good book now?
Come here, little spider.
Take that! Take that! How dare you scare Finn!
Hello. I would never hurt you.
You're safe now. Enemy disposed of.
How do I know it's not in the box?
And that's me, Finn.
I have fun around here.
Finn, is that you?
-Come on! Open the door.
-I'm coming, Floss.
Come on. You've been ages.
-Get off! Get it off me, Finn!
-OK, OK, I admit it, you got me!
Dumping Ground characters gather to watch videos made by Ashdene Ridge residents about their lives there. Featuring a mixture of new scenes and classic moments from The Dumping Ground. This time it's Finn's turn.