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Sid discovers there is more to the work experience girl than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Emma is in for a shock at her spa day.


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I timed that well.

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Hm?

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-Oh! Yeah, of course. Um...usual?

-Yes, please.

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-Is everything all right? Are you OK?

-Not really.

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Um...I've got this patient and I just can't seem to get hold of him.

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Ah! Good morning, both.

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I assume neither of you have had a chance to check your e-mails yet?

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Mrs Tembe, I've just arrived!

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Has yesterday's technical fiasco been sorted?

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Yes, everything appears to be functioning normally.

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-Brilliant! My reports. Can you bring that coffee through, Sid?

-Yeah.

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Er...Dr Vere...

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Sorry, Mrs Tembe, I've got a really urgent call I need to make,

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but I will check that e-mail.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Hello?

-Hi. Um...it's Dr Vere. Sorry to call you so early.

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It's not a good time. Look, I've got to get Georgie to school

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and I've got a massive job on.

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OK. Well, I have been trying to ring you on your mobile.

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Just hang on a sec.

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Georgie? Your toast's ready. Get a move on!

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You're busy and I am sorry for calling you at home,

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but you've missed some of your appointments.

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Yeah, I've had a lot on lately.

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OK, I understand, but it is important that you see someone.

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And since you're not, I'm just getting a bit concerned.

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Er...if it would help to talk, I can make some time this morning.

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Thanks, but I've got work and Georgie.

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Yeah, I'm thinking of her, too.

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I mean, I'd like to help you both, if you'll let me.

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Can I see?

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There you go.

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Oh! I love them!

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-'You're supposed to be ready for school!'

-What?

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-What are you still doing in bed?!

-I was tired!

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Yes, because you've been talking on your phone all night. Get up!

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My friends are the only ones who'll listen!

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Don't start. Look, there's been a change of plan.

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You're coming to an appointment with me, then I'll drop you off.

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I'll be late! We've got assembly this morning!

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You should've got up earlier. You can have your breakfast in the car.

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Dad!

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Now, at 9:30, there is a Mr Vasudevan from the CCG. And...

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Ah! You must be Miss Morris.

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-I'm a bit early.

-Never apologise for punctuality.

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Mrs Utterson, this is Miss Morris. She's doing work experience with us.

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-Hi.

-Hi.

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She would like to be a doctor one day.

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If I can. Really, I just want to help people.

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Yes, well, I am sure you will.

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Now... Ah! Here he is!

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This is Dr Granger. This is Miss Bethany Morris.

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Bethany?

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Yes. You said that you would supervise her.

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Oh. Yeah. Sorry, I didn't think you started until next week.

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Oh, that was me. I asked if I could have an extra day.

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Yes, yes, you did, and I sent you an e-mail.

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Yeah, I must have missed that. I'm out this morning, unfortunately,

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but I'm sure there are plenty of other doctors who'll help.

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-Welcome to the practice.

-Oh, thank you.

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He seems...nice.

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-I hope it's all right.

-It looks really nice!

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Yeah, it does, doesn't it?

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Um...hi, er...we've got a reservation.

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-Yeah? What's the name?

-Emma Reid.

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Er...we booked the deluxe package.

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EMMA CHUCKLES

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Ooo!

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You are here!

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We have a scheduling problem with the work-experience person.

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Oh, no.

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I thought Daniel was supervising?

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Well, yes, he was, but...

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But nothing. He's not fobbing anyone off on me!

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He's not fobbing anyone off, he has other commitments.

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Well, like the rest of us don't have other things we'd rather be doing(!)

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If one accepts responsibility, one should honour it.

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Yes, well, not everyone is like you, Dr Carter.

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You take the mentoring of young people very seriously.

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Mm. I would like to help, but I have consultations

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and home visits for the rest of the day.

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So, who else is there?

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Dr Haskey is at The Campus Surgery,

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Dr Reid is on annual leave.

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There is no other senior doctor available.

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Well, perhaps someone less senior.

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KNOCK AT DOOR Hello?

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Ah! You're working hard, as usual.

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I had an early start, so I thought I might as well catch up on some paperwork.

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It is a very fine example for our work-experience person.

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I'm sure they will learn a great deal from you.

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Work experience? I didn't know anything about that.

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Yes, I must apologise for that. It is very short notice.

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But we all agreed that you'd be the perfect supervisor.

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Me?! I-I-I don't really have the time, Mrs Tembe.

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-I've got patients.

-Well, everyone has patients.

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But it is important to invest in our young people

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so that in the future, they can share our load.

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I thought that you, of all people, would understand that, Dr Vere.

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-Fine.

-Thank you.

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Miss Morris will be so pleased.

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She's a very fine young woman, although a little shy.

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But if anyone can get her out of her shell, it will be you.

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Carry on.

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Now everyone wants to do the Classics.

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"The Mill did Christmas Carol, why can't we?"

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Er...because it's not Christmas?

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My latest charity wants to do Oliver Twist.

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-Oh, no!

-I know! Can you imagine the casting?

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Well, little Joe might be available.

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Don't even joke about it!

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Zara could give her Nancy!

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-COCKNEY ACCENT:

-Bill, you do love me, don't you?

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# As long as he needs me...#

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-Stop it!

-What?! I was being serious!

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Ooo! This is nice!

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Right! Come on, then, slowcoach!

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Yeah, yeah, I'll just be a second.

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I'm going to go and find the massage room.

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-Why can't I?!

-Because you're too young.

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Stella's had hers done! Everyone has.

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Boys and girls. The whole universe!

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Don't exaggerate. Come on.

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Why do we always have to do what you want?

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They're my ears, I should be allowed to decide!

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Will you give it a rest, please?

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I'm the only girl in my class who hasn't had her ears pierced,

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and I'm sick of it!

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-We'll talk about it later.

-No!

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Mum left those earrings for me!

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Will you shut up?!

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It doesn't matter! Nothing matters! Do you understand me?!

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Look, I'm sorry, I've just got a lot of things on my mind,

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and I don't want you changing on me.

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Sorry, but I am actually quite busy,

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so I was thinking that you could help me with my research.

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Medical research, like injections?

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No, just scanning.

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I need to be able to access these articles on my computer, so...

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You're joking, right?

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I didn't come here to do donkey work.

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I'm supposed to be learning how to be a doctor.

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-I'm not sure that's actually...

-I was warned about this.

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People exploiting work-experience candidates,

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using them for cheap labour.

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I-I'm not! This is honestly what I do.

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And what kind of feedback do I get, "Bethany scans beautifully"?

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I don't think so!

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The whole reason of me being here is to have proper tasks assigned to me,

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which then need to be fully supervised.

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At the end, I'll need a mock interview

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and editorial input into my reference.

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SID SIGHS

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Aren't you going to say something?

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Er... Um... Yeah, I'm sorry, but...

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-Actually, I have a patient, so...

-I'll come with you!

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No, no. I'll think about what you said and I'll get back to you, OK?

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Thank you for coming.

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Georgie. How are you today?

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George...?

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It's OK. Do you want to just come through?

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-Look, I'm sorry about that.

-No, no, it's fine, honestly.

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Please, take a seat.

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So, the consultant explained the treatment options

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and why surgery probably isn't the best course?

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She said chemo.

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Yeah. Chemotherapy is the standard treatment.

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Which I understand isn't the best thing to have to deal with,

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but without it, you could be facing an even worse outlook, so...

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So basically, I'm going to feel bad, no matter what?

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Hopefully, any side-effects are only temporary.

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What about while they're happening?

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I've still got to work, don't I?

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I've still got to look after Georgie!

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Maybe I'm just better seeing what happens.

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I don't think avoiding treatment is the best option, seriously.

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But there is help available.

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There's counselling and support groups.

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I'm not going to go and spill my guts out to a roomful of people I don't know!

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That's just not me, OK?

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Everything that happens, I take responsibility for.

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I'm not looking for excuses or sympathy.

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Look, all anyone wants to do is help.

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So far, I've managed fine by myself.

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I've raised Georgie by myself.

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She doesn't even remember her mother.

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You can't change what's happening.

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I realise that, but I'm angry, OK? And I'm worried!

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I mean, Georgie doesn't deserve this!

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No, no, she doesn't, and neither do you.

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So let's see if we can share the load, yeah?

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OK, so you don't want outside help, that's fine,

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how about friends and family?

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I've got a sister, but I don't really speak to anybody else.

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OK. So maybe you could try contacting her.

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And then, depending on how that goes,

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we can see if there's any other help you might need.

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OK?

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-It's still not working.

-I'll go and have a look at it.

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Someone here should invest in equipment from the 21st century.

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SHE SIGHS

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Are you all right?

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I like your earrings.

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Oh. Thank you.

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Are they heavy?

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No. I just fiddle with them.

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They're like worry beads, or something.

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I'm going to get mine done some day. I've already got some hoops.

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Oh, I've got hoops. They're great!

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Mine were my mum's.

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-She's dead now.

-Oh.

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She was a dancer.

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Really? What kind?

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What do you mean?

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Well, like, ballet, tap, flamenco, jazz, whatever.

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-All kinds. She travelled all around the world.

-Oh.

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How old were you when you had yours?

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What, my ears?

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I was really young. My grandma did them for me.

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-She had a salon?

-No.

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Just a darning needle and some thread.

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Did it hurt?

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Maybe. If it did, I've forgotten.

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I still love her.

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I wish I knew mine.

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She's dead, too, I think.

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Your mum AND your grandma?

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I think I have a grandad, but Dad doesn't speak to him.

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That's sad.

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Dad's just mean.

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-Come on, kid.

-So, you'll let me know, yeah?

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-We're late.

-It's not my fault.

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Thanks to you, I've missed most of assembly!

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I had a shiatsu massage once.

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It nearly flipping killed me!

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I thought they were supposed to be mild?

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Oh, hang on a minute, maybe it was a deep tissue.

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Well, they are intense.

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Mind you, it depends on the practitioner.

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Ooo! You're a massage expert!

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No, I'm not an expert!

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I will admit, though, I am partial to a facial.

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Did I tell you that Daniel Granger runs a Botox clinic?

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No! Oh, no, that's revolting!

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It's not revolting!

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You wouldn't do anything like that, would you?

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Have fillers, or anything like that?

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Well, I haven't ruled it out yet, and, well, I'm not against it.

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Don't you dare. I mean it.

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You don't need anything like that.

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All right, ladies, let's get started.

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EMMA CHUCKLES

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Maybe you don't need to go to school today.

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There's something I need to tell you.

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Make your mind up!

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You're always banging on about how important school is

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and now you want me to take the day off?!

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It's just, the thing is, the reason I went to see the doctor today...

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I don't care, Dad! You never listen to me, do you?

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I've been trying to tell you how I feel for ages!

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That girl at the surgery had more time for me than you ever do!

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That's not fair, Georgie. You know how tough things have been lately.

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I've been trying to figure some stuff out.

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Like what?!

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Actually, forget it! I'm not interested!

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Do you know what, it's about time you grew up!

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There's a lot more important things than getting your ears pierced!

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I'm sick of hearing about it! Do you understand?!

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I'm...I'm just saying, it's not the most important thing now.

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It's important to me!

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I wish Mum was here.

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I wish...I wish you were the one that was dead!

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Well, er...here he is.

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I am so sorry to disturb you,

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but Miss Morris has raised some concerns.

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Now, she has travelled a very long way

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to get proper medical experience.

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-Yeah, but...

-Now, I know that this is all very short notice

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and you really have not had time to devise a programme,

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and that is why we have put our heads together.

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Miss Morris just wants to get the best out of her time here with us.

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So...there will be a minimum of administrative support

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and a maximum of hands-on experience.

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Ah! Ah! You see, I have actually thought about that.

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How about patient-satisfaction surveys?

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Oh, now, now that is a very interesting idea.

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We said consultations.

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I should be sitting in with you.

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Er...I mean, er...if that's OK?

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Well, there is the issue of confidentiality.

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I mean, I'd have to speak to all the patients...

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Well, I trust that you two will come up with a solution.

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(I will leave you to it.)

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I didn't know how bad it was, then they told me last week.

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No, I'm not coming home.

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Because I'm not ten years old and I don't go running home to Daddy!

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Why?! He cut me off, not the other way around!

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Yeah, and after Mariella died,

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he never called, never once offered to help, so no.

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No, I'm not interested!

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All I want to know is that you'll look after Georgie.

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Thank you.

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Hang on a minute, Louise, I've got someone on the other line. I'll call you back, yeah?

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Dan Burke speaking.

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Yeah, she's there.

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I dropped her off an hour ago.

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Are you sure?

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I left her by the gates.

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Right, I'm going to check at home. I'll get back to you, yeah?

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INSTRUMENTAL

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Wow! Amazing!

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Not quite. It's been a while.

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Doesn't look like it.

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Well, instead of standing there watching me, why don't you get in?

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I was going to, but then I saw you, like some nymph!

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EMMA LAUGHS

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-It's quicker if you dive in.

-I prefer acclimatising!

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EMMA LAUGHS

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-Ah!

-Oh, come on!

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You can't swim, can you?

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Not like you. I can doggie-paddle.

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Your feet are still on the ground.

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So?

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I would splash you if you weren't so far away!

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-Come on, paddle over.

-Oh!

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Eeeee!

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Ha! Come on!

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Ooo! I don't like it!

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You can do it, just paddle. Come on!

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EMMA LAUGHS

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You're so going to regret that.

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Georgie? Are you here?

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Look, don't hide from me, you're busted big-time!

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello?

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Er...it's Dr Vere. Sorry if I've called you at a bad time,

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-but I've just had a word with your consultant.

-Oh.

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He can see you tomorrow, talk through treatment options again.

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But if there's anything you don't understand, or if you have any questions,

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just come back and see me, OK?

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-Dan?

-Georgie's gone!

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-What do you mean, gone?

-I got a call from her school!

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OK, OK, just calm down. Have you checked at home?

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Yeah, I'm there now. Georgie!

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Oh, Dr Carmichael?

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Apparently.

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Mrs Tembe suggested I speak to you, I hope you don't mind.

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I'm just trying to arrange a panel for my mock interview.

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Interview?

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Yeah. It's for the reference I'll need at the end of my placement.

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You've only just started, haven't you?

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How long have you been here, three hours?

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Um...my patient's daughter has gone missing from school.

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You were speaking to her earlier, Georgie.

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Do you remember? Did she say anything to you?

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Well, she looked upset.

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Er...she was a bit mad at her dad,

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but we didn't really talk about that.

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OK, so, what did you talk about?

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Some earrings. She...

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What?

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Um...she wanted to get her ears pierced.

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And I might have mentioned that my grandma did mine for me.

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With a needle and thread.

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SID SIGHS

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OK. Straighter. Straighter!

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I'm trying!

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EMMA CHUCKLES

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I'm not as fit as you!

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You're fitter than me, that's why this is so ridiculous!

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All right, all right, all right, just stop, stop, stop.

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Let's try floating for a minute, shall we?

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I don't float, I sink like a stone.

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Don't be silly, everybody floats. Come on.

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Right, I'll hold you. Get your legs up.

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-Oh!

-There you go.

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-Head back.

-Argh!

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There you go. Straighten. That's it!

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-Aarrgghh!

-You're floating!

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-I am!

-THEY LAUGH

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First time for everything!

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-Right, shall I let go?

-No!

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-Go on, let me.

-No!

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-THEY LAUGH

-Don't...!

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EMMA LAUGHS

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Is he really angry?

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You told an 11-year-old how to pierce her ears, so, yeah, he is, very.

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I didn't say that much.

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Children that age can be very impressionable.

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-I know that!

-Obviously you don't!

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I mean, you think you know. You come here with your list of demands.

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"I want feedback, consultation. I want to run before I can walk."

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No! You need supervision.

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And if you're lucky, I will give it to you,

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but you don't KNOW anything!

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Now, I actually have some work to do, so, can you please...?

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I'm sorry.

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Can you call them one more time for me, please?

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-Miss Morris, are you all right?

-I don't think so.

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Goodness! Where is Dr Vere?

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No, it's not his fault, it's...

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I hurt myself! I think I used the wrong needle!

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All right, all right. Come, we will get you a doctor.

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Bren's taken everything.

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She's sabotaged that relationship.

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It wasn't just her. Tyler went behind her back.

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I'm not defending that.

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It's just such a shame, you know? They were really good together.

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Ayesha really thought he was the one.

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You know, they...they just connected.

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Well, you can never be sure how things are going to turn out.

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Sometimes you have to just trust that connection

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and see what happens.

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Am I in trouble?

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I don't think so. Everyone was very worried, though.

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You mean Dad? He's going to yell at me like he always does.

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Your dad's probably got quite a lot on his mind.

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-Like what?

-You, maybe.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Can we come in?

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What do you think you're doing?

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Do you know how much trouble you've caused the doctor and me?

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-I don't need this!

-I don't need you!

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Why don't we all just calm down a bit, yeah?

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You're always angry! You never let me do what I want!

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Mum left those earrings so I could have them!

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You know she didn't!

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Why do you make these things up?

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I've always been straight with you.

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-I'm not making it up!

-Yes, you are.

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Georgie, your mum walked out on us and then she died.

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Um...could you get her some water, please?

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Look, it's time you grew up.

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Um...Dan?

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There are more important things.

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What?

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If I've been hard on you, Georgie...

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..it's because I'm not very well.

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What's wrong with you?!

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Your dad has a sickness in his liver.

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It's here.

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Does it hurt?

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Inside it does.

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SHE SIGHS

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Are you going to die?

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Your dad does need to go to hospital for some treatment,

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but we're going to take good care of him, OK?

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Look, it's going to be OK, I promise.

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Come on, let's go home.

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Here you go.

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I've spoken to Amy. She's fine, so we've got the whole afternoon.

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Great.

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Where do you want to go, if you want to go anywhere?

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Er...I don't know, the Icon?

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Do you think people will notice?

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Ooo, I'm starving! Must be all that exercise.

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Right, I'm going to keep this on, wash all the chlorine off.

0:24:110:24:13

What about Mexican? I really fancy chicken tacos.

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There's a lovely place in the shopping centre, near the entrance.

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Do you know it?

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No. No, I-I-I don't know it.

0:24:260:24:29

Ah, there you are. Um...the patient satisfaction surveys,

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if you still feel like helping.

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I do. Anything you want.

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OK. And Mrs Tembe has the template to help you collate the data from them, as well.

0:24:390:24:43

I can come to you, though, if I've got any questions?

0:24:430:24:45

Yeah, of course. Um...I have a patient due, so I'll let you get on.

0:24:450:24:49

Hey, kiddo.

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-I was going to put them back.

-It's OK.

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I was just thinking, when your ear's better,

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we should get them pierced, but properly, OK?

0:25:110:25:14

I thought you'd have been excited.

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I'm sorry for lying about Mum.

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How did she die, Dad?

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Was she ill, too?

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I don't think it's the right time, Georgie.

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You've had to deal with a lot today.

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Please, Dad, I need to know.

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Your mum, she had a lot of problems.

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She was addicted to drugs. Do you understand?

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Look, you're not the only one who finds it hard to face reality.

0:25:510:25:55

We've all been there.

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Plus, I think she would've liked to have been a dancer.

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And I know if she could be here, she would.

0:26:020:26:04

So, who's up for hot chocolate?

0:26:070:26:09

-Can I have a tea, please?

-Tea?

0:26:090:26:12

Coming up.

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Do you want to follow mine?

0:26:320:26:34

Um...look, there's, er...some files I've got to pick up from work.

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It's, um...it's a report that I...I forgot to hand in, so...

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I thought you had a couple of days off.

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I do, technically, but, um...I should get it done.

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So, um...I'll call you.

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-Just off to the shops?

-I just need a few things for lunch.

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I can fix you up something, if you like. I've got plenty in.

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No, that won't be necessary.

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-Let me give you some money.

-Oh, it's all right, we can settle it later.

0:27:190:27:22

-I'm sure you're not going to take advantage of me. Huh!

-Ha-ha-ha!

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I didn't mean it like that.

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Relax. I don't bite.

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Well, not often, anyway.

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