Drama series. Chloe meets Candi-Rose, but is their friendship doomed to fail? Kazima's charity cake bake is dealt a blow by downtrodden neighbour Edward.
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Sometimes I struggle to know who I am. I know how people see me -
poor little unfortunate Chloe.
Well, unfortunate to have a brother who's Ryan.
Anyway, I don't want to be someone's little sister.
I want to be my own person.
Kaz, she's not swayed by anyone.
You're supposed to be painting the fence.
Put that ridiculous thing down.
Then there is Sasha - she's great.
She knows what she likes and doesn't let anyone stop her.
Jody is happy not being a girly girl and looks gorgeous at the same time.
Floss is a force of nature.
Even the Twins have their own individual style.
People still call them the Twins rather than their actual names.
I just think I need a change, make more of a statement and find myself.
So you're saying you want to go clothes shopping?
-Right, OK then.
I will drop you off in a bit.
You can't go alone. You've got to take someone with you.
I don't do pink.
Why did you even say you wanted to come?
Cos we haven't really spoken much recently, have we?
Which admittedly might be sort of my fault,
so I thought this could be us starting again as mates.
I hate shopping.
-No, I wanted new clothes.
So I don't look...
Well, like this.
Hi, could you help me?
Mum and Dad are throwing me an epic birthday party.
-So, what do you want to look like then?
OMG! Amazeballs! Pink-tastic!
I need it now.
-It's perfect for you.
I want to be her.
-I don't get it.
-No, of course you don't.
-You're a boy.
-Oh, I see.
-You're being sexist.
-It never works, dragging your BF along shopping.
No, he's my brother. He's looking after me.
Why don't you ditch him then?
Oi, just taking your sis to pick out some knickers.
Do you want to come with us?
No, it's OK. I'll just...
Need some help there, shorty?
So this is why you couldn't go shopping with Chloe.
It's for the auction for the refugee centre.
It meant to be a show stopper.
Well, it's certainly that.
The aliens are coming!
MUSIC: Move by Little Mix
I'm Candi-Rose, by the way.
Candi, with an I, not a Y.
Chloe. You probably know how to spell that.
Oh, no! I've just had them done.
Are you OK?
Sorry, it's just that today was meant to be about cheering me up
and nails make me happy. You probably think I'm stupid.
So you just don't do pink?
How did you know?
You see, your problem is you care too much about what other people
think. With me, pink and sparkles mean happiness.
So why do you need cheering up when you've got this mega birthday party
-to look forward to?
-It's going to be awesome.
Mum and Dad have booked this amazing venue.
In fact, you have to give me a second opinion on these wedges.
So it's not supposed to look like that, then?
No, it's not.
Are you sure there was no foul play from any of this lot?
No frequency jamming stuff?
To be fair, there was quite a lot of jam in the cake.
Of course we will pay for a replacement.
-Perhaps a donation to the refugee centre would go some way
Well, we know you are a man who loves justice and fairness
-We were thinking, Edward could come round and help Kaz remake it.
Chloe, answer your phone. Where are you?
I kind of feel sorry for him.
Anyway, tell me about this party?
OMG, I'm so excited.
All my friends are coming in limos, obvs.
We're having a chocolate fountain and a DJ.
-Do you want to come?
-I don't know if I'd be allowed.
Why? Are your 'rents, like, mega strict?
Could Chloe Reeves come to customer services, please.
Her mummy and daddy are awaiting.
Sorry, it's her brother who's waiting.
She's a little girl in a wheelchair.
Sorry, she's not a little girl.
She is... How old?
She's lost. OK, she's 12 but she is in a wheelchair.
Do you want to go?
Back to your brother?
No. I want to go shopping, then I want to go to your party.
So where do you want me?
As far away from this as possible.
-You can wash up.
-Yep, she well fancies him.
Seriously? Can you not even manage washing-up?
Come on! It's called hard-to-get.
Boys know nothing.
Have you guys seen Chloe?
No! Because she was out with you!
She was. I sort of lost her.
-You lost her?
-No, actually, she lost me.
That's it. I'm shopped out.
Accessories will have to wait.
You want to meet tomorrow?
This could be my last day of freedom.
Boarding school. Pink is, like, totally illegal.
That's why I'm getting my fix now.
I suppose you don't want to be friends any more.
-You think I'm weird.
I didn't want to go. Mum is a make-up artist and has to go away
and work on films and Dad is in the RAF, fighter pilot.
Not many people understand.
No, I understand cos I'm exactly the same.
No way? You're a boarder too?
I mean, yeah, I'm a boarder too.
I knew it! You and me are fate mates.
We were meant to meet today.
Right. Her name is Chloe Reeves.
She's 12. She's got brown hair and she's in a wheelchair.
What's the description of the girl she is with?
-Pink. All pink.
All pink, apparently.
You're lucky, really.
-Having this lot.
I've always wanted brothers and sisters.
Maybe then my parents would stop fussing over me.
Poor you. It must be terrible.
It's not great, actually.
I know you think I'm spoiled but you don't know what it's like -
my parents breathing down my neck.
No, I don't. My mother is dead and my father...
I don't even know where he is.
So, yeah, pretty lucky, right?
And yes, I do think you're spoiled.
You are a spoiled little rich boy and you are no use to anyone.
Look, shouldn't we drive round or something? She might be hurt.
Hiya. I just met the coolest girl today.
I forgot to take it off silent.
I still can't see why you couldn't stay with her.
I told you, she ran away with a complete stranger.
No, we really got on.
And what does that mean?
I'm going to meet her tomorrow too.
No, you're not. We're going to the cinema tomorrow.
No, she's going to boarding school.
You can be pen pals, then, can't you?
# My nights are broken up by the sounds of women I'll never meet
# And when my eyes are closed I can start to feel you staring at me
# Everything I know and all those lies I tell myself so I can sleep. #
Sorry, I didn't...
Please don't tell my dad. Please.
# My nights are broken up by the sounds of women I'll never meet
# And when my eyes are closed I can start to feel you staring at me... #
Can we have popcorn at the cinema?
You've just finished your breakfast.
You can't watch a film without popcorn.
-It's the law.
-We'll bring some, but no rustling.
Yeah, don't make Mike do his shush face.
Where's Edward? Do you love him?
-What's up with her?
Ryan, are you ready to do the dishes yet?
Where is Chloe? Is she even out of bed yet?
-I'll get her.
Even when I don't do anything wrong, you still have a pop at me.
Makes me wonder why I even tried to be nice.
You? Nice? You couldn't even spell it.
-See what I mean?
Chloe is not there. Her bag has gone too.
She must have gone to meet her fate mate.
How could they think I fancy him?
I'll have a word with them.
He's rich, he's got a family.
Everything I haven't got.
Well, yeah, no, that's not actually a reason to...
I've been horrible to him now, called him spoiled and useless.
Right. Yeah, no, I can see how they...
And he's already got enough to worry about,
having such a horrible father.
He needs help. It doesn't matter if I...
You like him, don't you?
Being an amazing guitar player isn't enough.
He needs to learn how to stand up for himself.
So maybe I should help him.
Thanks, May-Li. You've been a great help.
Yeah, no problem.
Good to talk.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Could you get that please, Edward?
-Who was it?
-Just some kids messing around.
There is this one prefect,
she locks anyone she doesn't like in an old tower.
So tell me more about yours.
Who do you share a dorm with?
Well, there's Jody. She's like the complete opposite of you.
Then there's the scary twins.
They don't say much, they just stare.
-Then there is Archie.
You have boys in your school?
Archie is her nickname.
Her real name is...
Is she a princess?
-Have you heard from May-Li?
I vant your blood! I vant your blood!
Joseph, sit down!
Hey, look. There's Chloe.
Babes, those guys are waving at you.
It's a care home, right? I've heard of it.
Could we get an ice cream, too?
I'll have to go back over the bridge to stop.
So how do you know them?
I've never seen them before in my life.
But the waving.
That's what they do, isn't it?
Kids with problems.
That was totally weird.
Yeah. No wonder their parents didn't want them.
I told the refugee centre I was going to raise money with
a different type of show stopper.
You are doing a benefit gig.
-I don't know what to say.
My dad would kill me.
That's your biggest fear?
Not stage fright. You are just afraid of your dad.
What do you want to do when you are older?
I don't know. I think drone pilot is definitely out.
I guess I just want to play guitar.
Go on, then.
Hey, Edward, come back here!
Why are you even bothering sneaking in?
Everyone knows what you are up to.
And what's that?
Blocking us out and trying to be something you're not.
Running off, hanging out with weirdo girly-girls, it's not you.
Maybe it is me. What do you know?
You've only known me for a few months.
I'm sorry. I just can't take you seriously
with that thing on your head.
I don't care. Maybe I don't need you any more.
This is exactly why I didn't want him here.
What exactly have they done?
He was out back with her playing his guitar.
-Is that it?
-What do you mean, is that it?
I expressly forbade him to play that infernal thing.
Chloe, stay there, don't move.
I'm at the end of my tether with this place.
Say something, go on, I'll back you up.
You see, my son has his exams to think about.
Grade six clarinet, not grade zero rock guitar.
No, I'm not going to stand around and let him be led astray
by a bunch of hooligans.
-Mr Umbleby, will you listen to your son?
-Here we go.
Excuse the shouting, it's not usually like this.
Everyone, I would like you to meet your new housemate.
Oh, hey. Come in.
So it was all a lie?
No boarding school, no party?
Hey, you lied too.
Which one of them's Archieanna?
-Archieanna? See, she's nuts.
-I told you, she's a weirdo.
I'm not weird. The boarding school thing's
just something I say to people so they don't judge me.
And then when I get to know them, I fess up.
I was going to fess up next time I saw you.
You're not the only person who hasn't been themselves recently.
Chloe hasn't either.
She isn't like me at all.
I'll try to tell the truth from now on.
Now, I'm sorry that this has all been a bit last minute.
We've known for a while that they were looking for a permanent place
-They don't need to know everything, do they?
Everything in your file is confidential.
You have my word.
You've got to see, you can't just run away like that.
I know, I know. I just...
I just wanted a friend, like me, for me.
Well, then, why did you lie to her?
Because maybe I'm not sure I like me very much.
I thought that if I had new clothes...
Chloe, you can be whoever you want to be.
You know, pink princess, or an astronaut!
But you will always be you.
And I'm pretty sure Candi-Rose really likes you.
But for you.
I'm just saying you should listen to him, you get in these moods
-when you don't listen.
-That's not true.
He tries to speak to you and you shut him down.
I'm just doing it for his own good.
He needs to learn something more worthwhile.
Was that your parents?
Yeah. Mum supported me for once.
This time it feels like we knocked him down a peg or two, you know?
Hmm. Sounds like it.
And your guitar?
Dad took it away. Said I could have it back when I passed my grade 8
clarinet which will only take, like, ten years.
I hate him.
Don't say that. He only wants what's best for you.
What's best for me is that guitar.
The only time in the world I'm happy is when I'm playing it.
The only time.
That and when I'm with you.
You feel the same way, don't you?
I know you do.
Which is why I want us to run away together.
So your mum and dad are too busy to look after you?
But when Dad finishes his contract with the navy,
he's coming to take me home.
I thought you said he was in the RAF?
What film is your mum working on? Has she worked with anyone famous?
Yes, of course. She put blue slices in Demi Lovato's hair and blasted
Justin Bieber's blackheads.
She taught me everything she knows.
If you want anything done...
Candi-Rose had a choice of stuff to do this afternoon and she chose...
-Everyone up for that?
-Has anyone got any earplugs?
If her parents have these amazing jobs,
why isn't she at boarding school?
It doesn't make any sense.
Well, the truth will come out in the end.
It always does.
# It seems like everybody's got a price... #
If I run away and they catch me, I'll get deported.
-I didn't know that.
-No, you don't know me.
Well, forget about running away.
Please, let me get to know you.
-What about your dad?
-What about him?
I don't care! I hope my mum divorces him.
Don't say that. You're so lucky to have parents who love you.
I don't want you to fall out with them because of me.
-Might have known I'd find you with her.
Well, I can see who I want. And I can play what I want.
I'm done with you ruining my life.
Ruining your life?
Is that what you really think I'm doing?
Edward, I want you to succeed.
To make more of your life than I ever...
To have the chances I didn't.
You're too young to be taking up with girls.
You've got exams. Come on.
If I stay away from him, will you give him back his guitar?
-No, that's not what I want.
Come on, who's going to play?
# Hey baby, tell me your name
# I gotta fever for you I just can't explain
# But there's just one problem, I'm a bit old school
# When it comes to lovin' I ain't chasing you
# Hate waiting, I'm on a roll
# You've got to let yourself go
# Whoa, you know that I've been waiting for you
# Don't leave me standing all by myself... #
# She's got a smile that it seems to me
# Reminds me of childhood memories... #
Is that your fella playing you a love song?
The others told me about him.
No. He wasn't ever really...
-He was just a friend.
-Don't be sad, babes.
You'll get your happy ending, like Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo and Juliet died.
# Oh, sweet love of mine... #
But you're right,
I will get my happy ending.
Chloe meets the girly Candi-Rose, but is their friendship doomed to fail? Kazima's charity cake bake is dealt a blow by downtrodden neighbour Edward.