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Mrs Tembe comes to a decision at the opera, and Sid visits his mentor. Emma and Rob attempt to uncover the truth when a man is robbed.


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# Take a sip of my secret potion I'll make you fall in love

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# For a spell that can't be broken One drop should be enough

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# Boy, you belong to me I got the recipe

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# And it's called Black Magic... #

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Excuse me... Excuse me!

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Oh, sorry.

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What do you think you're doing?

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Oh, I'm really sorry.

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I'm studying fine art and I'm supposed to fill

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-a sketch book every week.

-With pictures of your customers?

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No, I... I hope you don't mind.

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It's just you have a lovely face to draw.

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Please don't tell my manager.

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-Is waitressing paying your way?

-Just about.

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If I can get enough shifts.

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Tough time to be a student.

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My mum went ballistic when she found out what course I wanted to do.

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Said it was financial suicide.

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-Bella!

-I'd better... Do you want anything else?

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No, I'm fine, thank you.

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I read the review from opening night. It was very good.

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As touring companies go, they maintain an excellent standard.

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I saw a production of Cosi with... What's her name?

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You know. She was marvellous.

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-Oh, dear. My memory.

-Are we in the stalls?

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Circle, I think. Who has the tickets?

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I gave them to you.

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-Did you?

-Do you not remember?

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I don't. Oh. What have I done with them, then?

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Charles, you and your memory are being mercilessly teased.

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-I have them, remember?

-Rotten bunch!

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-I'm sorry, I could not resist.

-I'll pay you back for that!

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And I warn you, I'm very patient.

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Front row circle, best seats in the house, acoustically speaking.

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-Well, I can't wait.

-How about we get a glass of something?

-Good idea.

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To ease us in.

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-Banoffee pie and cream?

-I just clocked it.

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-I knew I'd seen you before.

-Sorry?

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Don't you recognise me? I could never forger you.

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Even with your clothes on!

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-Whose is the gateau?

-You are one hell of a mover, girl.

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Boys, our waitress works at that lap-dancing club near the station.

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Any more drinks?

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You should see her working this. She is worth every penny.

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Can you stop that, please?

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Oh, come on, love. It's meant to be a compliment.

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You are wasted, being a waitress.

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Why don't you get up on here and give our boys a little demo?

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-Any more drinks?

-Just a quick bump and grind!

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-LAUGHTER What the...?!

-I'm so sorry.

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You better sort that out. Or I'll be having a word with your boss.

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Don't bother.

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I'm more than happy to call the manager over myself and tell him

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just how you were groping her.

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Tell you what, why don't you clean yourself up?

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No, it's fine, honestly.

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Are you sure?

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I've got a better idea.

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Why don't you and your mates pay the bill and get out?

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I'm having a word with the manager of this joint.

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She ain't getting away with this. No way!

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Interesting to see the director's approach.

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It seems to me that the story

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has elements that are somewhat misogynistic.

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Interesting. Is that how you see it?

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-Well, I will reserve judgment until I have watched.

-A wise approach.

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It is a tough pitch for a contemporary audience to accept.

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-But each version can be so different.

-Yes.

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-Well, I like to keep an open mind.

-I couldn't agree more.

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-TANNOY:

-Ladies and gentlemen,

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tonight's performance of Cosi Fan Tutte is about to begin.

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Shall we?

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You're not even going to listen to my side?

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You know what? Doesn't matter! I quit!

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-Lovely to see you.

-You too.

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Brought you this. Hope it's drinkable.

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Let's give it a go. Come through.

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So, how have you been? How's work?

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Um... Yeah, yeah. Good. Um...

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Hey.

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Get any big tips?

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No, worst day ever.

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Why? What happened?

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Remember that guy that got barred from the club?

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Asian, pointy shoes, fancies himself?

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Turned up with his mates. Got me fired.

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What? How?

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Doesn't matter.

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What about the rent though?

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-I know.

-You got this month's though, yeah?

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Bel, I'm not losing this flat. It took me ages to find and

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-I really like it!

-It's so expensive.

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You just need to earn more money.

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-I know where this is going.

-I don't get your problem.

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They're two dancers short tonight. You could earn the rent in

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-a couple of hours.

-You know how I feel about it!

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You had one bad experience, it's par for the course.

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Forget it, do the job, and take the cash. It's really easy money.

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Up to you.

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But I don't think you've got much choice.

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I'll give you a lift.

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Heston was right about the seats. Ideal.

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Yes. I'm very much looking forward to it.

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Try these. Perfect for close ups.

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Right.

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Thank you.

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MUSIC STARTS

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APPLAUSE

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The practice has such a wide range of patients.

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Age, social background, ethnicity... I'm getting to see the broadest

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spectrum of conditions, really hands on.

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That's exactly what you wanted, wasn't it?

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I really think it never would have occurred to

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-me to go into medicine if it hadn't been for you.

-Nah, you'd have found your way.

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Yeah, but seeing what you did for me - it's like one of those

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moments people talk about, you know? Just a kid and then suddenly,

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I realised I wanted to be a doctor, I wanted to save lives.

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Please start.

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Thanks. And you've had such a massive influence on me.

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Plus there's all the support you've given me since,

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which I've needed...I don't know how many times.

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You got this far because you're a really good doctor, remember?

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I really do love the work.

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The challenge of each new patient, really trying to understand

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why they're here and how I can best help them.

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Sounds like it's working out really well for you at the Mill.

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Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's great.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Come on, mate.

-See? Told you it'd work. Cheers, mate.

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-Here, why don't you get the first round in?

-Yeah, sure.

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I'll hold on here till that bouncer's gone.

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-Save me a seat. Front row, yeah?

-You know it.

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-Hey! It's you!

-You're not allowed back here.

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Oh, nice welcome(!)

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-How about an apology?

-Get out of my way!

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I'll call the manager. You've already been barred.

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Calm down, yeah?

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Let's forget about all that stuff before because I need to tell

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-you something.

-He'll call the police.

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You need to leave!

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You are beautiful. Seriously. Absolutely gorgeous.

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Why don't you come home with me?

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I can pay. See?

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Back off. I mean it.

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Top dollar.

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-I swear, if you so much as touch me...

-Oh, come on.

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Don't be like that.

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Oof!

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Bel! Hurry up! You're on!

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What happened?

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He tried to... Police, please.

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-He assaulted me.

-Wait, Bel. Hang on.

-Bella West.

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I'm at Himeros on Allthorn Street.

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Urgh...

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I'm so pleased it's working out for you, Sid.

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You had that slightly rocky start, didn't you?

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Water under the bridge now.

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You mean, all that time worrying about you was wasted?

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So, um, what's your long-term ambition then? To become a partner?

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I think that's a long way off.

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Well, not necessarily.

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You're a good doctor. I'm sure your senior colleagues recognise that.

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So, um, anyway, how are things at your place? Busy?

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Sid, why don't you tell me why you're really here?

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Cos I...

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think I might be about to lose my job.

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HE WINCES

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-Coincidence, running into you again.

-It's going to need stitches, right?

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No. And there's no sign of concussion either.

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My head is throbbing.

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-Well, that's probably an overactive imagination.

-What did you say?

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I said, you might need some medication,

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but you can always go to A&E, if you prefer.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

-Come in.

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Ready to make your statement?

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Yeah. That girl deserves what she's got coming to her.

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-Stealing from me.

-You're happy he's fit?

-Oh, absolutely.

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You knock yourself out.

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-Oh, you've already done that, haven't you?

-Funny(!)

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I'm the one who was assaulted, remember?

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Interview room one, please.

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Everything OK?

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-Yes, fine.

-Sure? Yes. Why wouldn't it be?

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-Are you sure you want to carry on with this, Bel?

-He assaulted me.

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He was off his face. Anyway, goes with the territory, doesn't it?

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What?

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Forget it.

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Look, I'm just saying if you tell them you want to drop it,

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-we can just get out of here.

-What? And just let him get away with it?

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But it's his word against yours, isn't it?

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You can tell them. You saw him.

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I came in after.

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I can't lie, Bel, can I?

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Look, you do realise, if you press charges,

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we'll probably end up losing our jobs?

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I don't care.

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I'm never going back there.

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-So, you're saying that she approached you?

-Yeah.

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I came out of the gents and she was just waiting.

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Then what happened?

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Well, she said I could have a dance there and then if I had the cash.

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Sounds a bit strange, doesn't it, in the corridor?

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Yeah, but I've had a lot to drink, haven't I?

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-So I suppose she saw her chance.

-Yeah. Then she assaulted you?

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She came in, right close, kneed me one. In the nuts.

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And you know what that pain is right, like?

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I do.

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So, I blacked out, fell down.

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And when I came round, my wallet was next to me on the floor,

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but all the cash had gone.

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-Yeah. What about the head injury?

-Maybe she whacked me or something.

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Or maybe you hit it against the wall, as you fell down.

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Like I say, I blacked out.

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-So, er, can I go?

-No.

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-Why?

-Because I think you're lying.

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HE SIGHS LOUDLY

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Excuse me, do you know what's happening about my friend?

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I'm not a police officer. I'm a doctor.

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Who's your friend?

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Bella West. It's just I've got to go back to work.

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Oh, well, I think she's still being interviewed,

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-but if you've already given your statement, then...

-I haven't.

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I didn't see anything. I was dancing the whole time.

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Right, so...she was alone when she was attacked?

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-That must have been very scary.

-He was pretty drunk.

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Yeah, well, it's bad enough having to work there,

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without being assaulted.

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You don't feel you're being exploited, working there?

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No.

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The punters know they can't touch us.

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Clearly, they don't.

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-And you don't know anything about the money?

-What money?

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Look, do you know when Bella's going to be done?

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Can't be sure. But if I were you, I'd stick around.

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I think she's going to need some support.

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The last aria was marvellous. The leads are certainly on form tonight.

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So, what did you think?

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Well, the singing is beautiful, but I'm really not sure about the story.

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I know what you mean.

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The whole fiance swapping goes back to the 13th century, apparently.

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-But I don't know how well it translates.

-Oh, my goodness.

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-Didn't expect to see him here.

-Who?

-Four o'clock.

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My four o'clock.

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For goodness' sake, don't make any eye contact,

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otherwise he'll be difficult to shift.

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-Who?

-Someone from work.

-Doesn't look like your conventional opera lover.

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Definitely more heavy metal than Mozart.

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-Maybe he's landed an evening job, lugging backstage.

-Don't worry.

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I think he's moving away.

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Well, he cannot be that bad.

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He just stands too close, talks too much, stays too long.

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You know the type.

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The type that tests your professional tolerance.

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Heston, you know me. I don't have any.

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HE CHUCKLES

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He's lying. You know he is.

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-But you do admit to kneeing him...

-Only because he grabbed me.

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-So it's

-self-defence? Yeah. He was drunk, he hit his head on the wall.

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OK.

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You mentioned an incident that had happened earlier at the Icon bar.

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Yeah, I waitress there.

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He came in with his mates, he was hassling me, making comments.

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I dropped a tray, he complained to my manager, I quit.

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You know, he might suggest that you were out for revenge.

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I didn't even know he was in the club. He's supposed to be barred.

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-He tried it on with me there once before.

-Really?

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Funnily enough, he never mentioned that.

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-They never should have let him in. Check with the club.

-I'll do that.

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Did you touch his wallet?

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No.

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As soon as he fell over, I called the police.

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-Ask

-Fi. I will.

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And we will be checking all the CCTV cameras because it does seem

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that he had a rather large amount of money with him that's not

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-been accounted for.

-I never touched it!

-It's OK.

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No-one's been charged with anything yet,

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so there's no need to worry too much.

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'I do really love working at the Mill,'

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it's just I'm not getting the same feeling back.

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Are you sure this isn't more about a lack of confidence, Sid,

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given your history?

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No. I've picked up on enough hints and signs to feel it coming.

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Last in, first out.

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Right.

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That's a real shame. So, what are you going to do?

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Have a look around?

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Well, um, you asked me why I came.

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Well, basically, I was wondering if, um...

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You want a job at Priestfield.

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Are you leaving?

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-Yeah, I've got to get back.

-What did you tell them?

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Just what I saw.

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You know he's accusing me now?

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Of what?

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Assaulting him and nicking his cash!

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I know. There's CCTV, isn't there? They'll know he's lying.

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I told you, you're better off just dropping this, then he will too.

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See you back at the flat.

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Fi!

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Fi?

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-You can't seriously believe his story?

-No, of course not.

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But I've just been told that the CCTV camera that we really

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needed to work in the corridor was out. So,

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-unless her friend saw anything...

-She told me she didn't see a thing.

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So, his word against hers then.

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Mm.

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It is such a wonderful and amazing spectacle.

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-It is a shame that for some, it is far too...

-Expensive.

-Expensive.

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No, I agree. But it just reinforces the idea that all opera is elitist.

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Stop fretting, Charles. He's easy to spot.

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Yes, but trust me, much harder to shake off.

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Are you still talking about your colleague?

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That's stretching the term.

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I've got nothing against him,

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but we just don't want a good evening ruined, do we?

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-He can't be that bad.

-No, you're right. He's far worse.

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OK, well, what's so terrible about him?

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Imagine a teenage hard rock fan with a loud mouth,

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no dress sense or manners, transposed into a grown man's body.

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Basically, he's just not OOU.

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-I am sorry, what is OOU?

-One Of Us.

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-What were we saying about being elitist?

-Oh, God!

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He's heading straight for us.

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-Eyes to the left, don't look.

-Really, Charles?

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Brace yourself, incoming.

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-Hi!

-Hello.

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Hi, everyone!

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There you go.

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You OK?

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Had better days.

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Yes, I'm sure.

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Losing two jobs is pretty tough.

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I hated the club anyway.

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-Felt horrible the whole time, but...

-The money?

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Fi reckons it's empowering.

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Yeah, right(!)

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This is such a mess.

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I've got no money, no job, and my rent is way overdue.

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Do you want to call your mum?

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We kind of fell out.

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-Ah.

-My fault.

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Mainly.

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Well, maybe that's even more reason to call her.

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Well, of course, you know Sister Hanif and Mr Gupta.

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-And this is Dr Carter.

-Hi, everyone.

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-What a surprise to see you here.

-I know. I surprised myself.

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-It's good to try something new though, isn't it?

-No, it really is.

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-And you are enjoying it so far?

-It was a cracking first half.

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Beautiful.

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That lead soprano has got a great pair of lungs on her, ain't she?

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Beats Meatloaf hands down!

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-So, where are you sitting?

-I'm super close.

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Can almost see the beads of sweat on their faces.

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-Really?

-Yeah. And the ticket was cheap as chips.

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Not restricted view or anything.

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No, they have this last minute special deal, but only online.

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Well, I will have to look into it. I would really like to come again.

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Me too.

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There can't be many people that know about it cos there's empty

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seats either side of me.

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Join me, if you like. Try the seats out.

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Sorry. What am I talking about? No, you're here with your friends.

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-Um, no. No, I would really like to join you.

-Right.

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Great.

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-TANNOY:

-Ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats,

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as the second half of...

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-We'd better, er...

-Excuse me. I'm going to sit with my friend.

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-Cheers.

-Enjoy.

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Can you explain why you neglected to mention the incident that had

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happened at the Icon bar earlier?

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It's got nothing to do with this. I've been robbed.

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We've got witnesses that saw you physically harass her,

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make suggestive and offensive comments.

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-Was that just a coincidence?

-Yeah. So what?

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And the fact that you'd already been banned from the Himeros club

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for, surprise, surprise, physically harassing the very same woman.

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-That's just a coincidence as well, is it?

-You're twisting this.

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Why don't you take a moment to stop and think?

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There are CCTV cameras all over that club.

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We will find out exactly what happened.

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Do you want to go back over your statement?

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-My head really hurts.

-Yeah, mine too.

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Are you sure that she approached you in that corridor?

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No.

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Not exactly.

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I'd had a lot to drink.

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Can you be sure that she gave you a whack over the head?

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Maybe I slipped.

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-I could have banged my head.

-And are you sure that she took your money?

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No.

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No.

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OK.

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Last chance.

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Do you want to carry on with this statement?

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He withdrew the statement.

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Yes, I heard.

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I didn't take that money, honestly.

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I know.

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Did your mum ring back?

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No.

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So, what are you going to do?

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Find a new job, somewhere else to live.

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I can always crash on a mate's floor for a couple of nights.

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And what about rent?

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-I don't know.

-Well, maybe you should talk to Fi.

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I'm sure she'll have a solution.

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-Yeah.

-Anyway, good luck, Bella.

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This is for you.

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Oh.

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Keep drawing.

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You're very good.

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Thanks.

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I will.

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You know me and the way it works,

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you'd know exactly what you were getting.

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And I'm always at my best when I'm in a secure environment.

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I just think it'd be a bit of a win-win,

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plus I could learn so much more from working with you.

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That is, if you're recruiting at the moment.

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-Well, as it happens, we do have a vacancy, but...

-Seriously?

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But we've already re-advertised for the third time.

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The other partners are very fixed on what they want,

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-so it's by no means straightforward.

-Of course, but...

-Let me finish.

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What I'm trying to say is that you need to be 100% certain this

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is what you're after.

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Don't get ahead of yourself. There are no guarantees.

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I'm totally sure, I promise. I think it would just...be perfect.

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I think we'd be lucky to have you. I think you'd fit in really well.

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So, I'll talk to the team. Second round of interviews is on Friday.

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Thank you.

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Thank you so much.

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DOOR CLOSES

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-Hey, I was getting worried. What happened?

-It's all sorted.

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Everything dropped.

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Oh, my God! Great!

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Do you want a drink?

0:24:020:24:04

-No, thanks. I just came to get my stuff.

-What?

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You heard me.

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What about the rent though?

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You already have it. Don't you?

0:24:120:24:14

Do you need a hand...?

0:24:190:24:21

Right.

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OK. Well, I'll be in my room, if you need anything.

0:24:260:24:30

MOBILE RINGS

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Mum?

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# Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart. #

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The set was a really clever design too.

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-The way it moved between locations.

-The whole thing was most effective.

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Well, I, er... Well, I'd better go and find my friends.

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Yeah, of course. Yeah.

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-I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did.

-I thought it was wonderful.

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-Sublime.

-Completely matched my expectations. Exceeded them, even.

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So, how were the cheap seats?

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Oh, they were not cheap. They were very comfortable.

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Very comfortable indeed!

0:25:200:25:22

# Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart. #

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-I'm so glad you enjoyed it. It really was marvellously staged.

-Mm.

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The whole evening has been a revelation.

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Hello again.

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Oh!

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Right. Well, erm, I'd better... Bye.

0:26:300:26:34

JJ, wait.

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I... I wondered if you would like to meet for lunch.

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You mean on a date?

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Er... Well, yes.

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Absolutely! Definitely!

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How about tomorrow?

0:26:470:26:49

Tomorrow?

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-Yes. Yes, tomorrow would be good.

-Excellent.

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Right, well, I'll call you, shall I?

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Great. Right.

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Bye, then.

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Again.

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Well... Shall we go?

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-Well, you want this house. That's why you're poisoning us.

-Oh!

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-What's going on?

-The truth hurts!

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Sorry, Charles. I think she's made her choice.

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-I am so sorry. This is a mistake.

-It's par for the course.

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Don't worry.

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Shall we?

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Mrs Tembe comes to a decision at the opera, and Sid visits his mentor. Emma and Rob attempt to uncover the truth when a man is robbed at a lap-dancing club.