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09/01/2017

Mick's problems continue, and one family struggles to hold it together. Carmel throws a surprise baby shower for Denise - how will she react?


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Lee, you ain't even opened half of these!

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So, what did you think was going to happen?

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What, you'd just ignore them and they'd go away, yeah?

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They were meant to be paid today.

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They were meant to be paid today, or they go to a debt-collection agency.

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What you saying sorry for? What's sorry going to do?

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What are you going to do, ring 'em up and say sorry? "Sorry, I ain't got your money this month.

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"Sorry. Is that all right?"

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Stop saying sorry to me, all right? I've done it.

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I put it on a credit card.

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Well, what choice did I have?

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HE MUTTERS ANGRILY

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Everything all right?

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Your mum rang.

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Your nan, um...

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It's not looking good.

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-She's going to be fine, though, right?

-It's too early to say.

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KNOCK ON DOOR

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Anyway, they're going to try and get some flights, come home,

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and then your mum's going to stay in Watford with her for a bit.

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-For how long?

-I don't know.

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Where are you going?

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I'm going to find out how much it is to fly 'em home, all right?

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Now, start setting up.

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Where can I get a cake for Denise's poxy baby shower?

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Sorry. Meant to put that in the recycling last night.

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I'll replace it, obviously.

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No, don't worry about it. It's just a cheap one.

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-Oh, are you moving out?

-What?

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Oh! Oh, no, no. Just doing a load of washing.

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Wondered if you wanted to bung any of yours in with it.

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Oh, sorry, I didn't...I didn't mean it like that. I just meant...

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-You know, Tim must be missing you.

-Yeah. He rang last night, actually.

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Got a bit mushy about how much we miss each other.

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So, I booked a flight.

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-I'm going home.

-Oh, right!

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Um, I tell you what, leave your washing there

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and I'll find time to run it down the high street.

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Can't have you going home with dirty knickers, now, can we?

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Thanks. I need to pop in on Sharon. Phil's home today.

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-Want to make sure she's OK before I go.

-Oh.

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There you go.

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And the other one. Yes.

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Don't you look great, eh, in your new uniforms?

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-My hair's wrong.

-It looks lovely!

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I don't want to go to my new school.

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Listen, mate, you can't keep coming back to Walford once we move.

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-Maybe it's too soon.

-They need routine.

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Glenda, just leave Jack to do what he thinks is best, yeah?

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I thought you were going home last night?

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It's not how Mum or Auntie Ronnie do it.

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They're not here, are they?

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-Come here. I'll take a look at it.

-Look, we're going to be late.

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No, no, five minutes won't make any difference.

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No, we're going to be late. Come on.

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Are you, um...

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Are you going to stay in Essex all day?

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What if...? I mean, I'm sure they won't,

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but what if one of them has a little wobble?

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-They'll be OK.

-Yeah, I'm sure they will. I just...

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-You don't want to be late.

-You know what? I need to be back.

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It's the coroner's report today.

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Come on, kids.

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I'll let you carry my bag to matches.

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Yeah, yeah, I'll let you iron my kit.

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Maybe get you tickets sometimes. You can watch me play.

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-Do you think he'll make the team?

-Tell me you don't still care.

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I'm just saying that he's not too bad.

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You do, don't you?

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-You still like him.

-No!

-You so do!

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You total toenail!

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Yeah, well, it's not like I'm trying to buy a new motor or anything.

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I mean, we're talking about a medical emergency, so...

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Er, £14,000.

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Yeah, yeah.

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How long do you think that'll take?

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OK. Well, you just bell me back on this number, yeah?

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Yeah, yeah. Thank you. Bye.

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What's the matter?

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How much do you reckon it is from Alicante to here?

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You know, taxis both ends?

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200 quid?

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And if it's, like, a medical thing?

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-Ooh, good couple of grand?

-Yeah. Try 15,000 euros.

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Have you got it?

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Yeah.

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I could just do without the hassle, you know.

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-What's the matter, anyway?

-Oh, I feel bad asking now.

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No, go on.

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Kathy has started a delivery service.

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And you're telling me because...?

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Cos I told her I could ride a bike, and I can't.

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I do love you, Teen.

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-Do you want another tea?

-Oh, I'm fine, thanks.

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Well, you've got to keep your fluids up.

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I'm 50% tea already.

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-Right, have you taken your pills?

-I've taken my pills.

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Good. That's good.

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-I ain't going to mess this up.

-I'm only checking.

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-I owe it to Tony.

-Yeah, of course.

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And the bloke who died, who gave me his liver.

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Having you back here, just the two of us...

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The place is looking lovely.

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Listen, um...

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..Michelle doesn't know that Mark knows that Grant's his dad.

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Well, I ain't going to tell her.

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Well, I know in the summer you thought it was important,

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but, well, if he hasn't told her...

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-She'd hit the roof.

-All that matters right now is getting better.

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Like I said, I ain't going to mess this up.

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Anyway, it's not as if I'm going to go and see her, is it?

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-Catch up on old times.

-KNOCK ON DOOR

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Only me. Welcome home.

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Why lie, though?

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Because when I was young, everyone had a bike except me.

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I just can't believe I didn't know that.

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And I was embarrassed, all right?

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So, when she asked if I could ride, I said I could.

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Didn't you, like, give Sonia a bike once or...?

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-That was an exercise bike, Mick. They don't fall over.

-Yeah.

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You sure you'll be able to teach me before tomorrow?

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Course. Course. I just need to have a chat with Babe first, right?

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-Give me a minute.

-All right.

-Babe?

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I've got a delivery coming at half nine

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and I've got to sort something out for Teen.

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Can you deal with it?

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Excuse me.

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What you doing?

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Not like we couldn't do with the money.

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Oi! That's my pint!

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And what about when I lose my licence? Then what?

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Turn it in.

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You all right?

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Got a bit of food in.

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I had to stop off to get some petrol.

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You know, the sooner we get out of here, the better.

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You ain't got to go, you know.

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Why? Why? Because you've just filled my fridge up?

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No, cos you ain't thinking straight, are you?

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Ain't you got a job to get back to or something?

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I mean, and you know what? Can you just pack your bedding up

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when you've finished with it, as well, please?

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HE SIGHS

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-How were the kids?

-Yes, they're fine,

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-like I said they would be.

-Good. Good. Well, that's good.

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-Er, the family liaison officer just rang.

-Yeah? And...?

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He's coming over early evening with the interim coroner's report.

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He said he was coming here lunchtime.

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Did he say what might be in it?

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It ain't going to be nothing we don't already know.

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It just doesn't make sense.

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HE SIGHS

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-Where you going?

-I've got to pack.

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-Put your right foot...

-I'm frightened.

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Right, that's it. Now, listen.

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Push down really, really hard, all right?

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Then you keep pedalling. Go on, girl. Go on. Go. Go on. Go!

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-Go on. That's it. Bang on.

-Ah!

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-Absolutely bang on.

-I'm doing it!

-Keep going.

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-That's it. Keep going. Keep going.

-How do I stop?

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-Pull the brake.

-Ah!

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-Pull the... Pull the brake!

-What brake?!

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-SHE LAUGHS

-Well, it's a start, ain't it?

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All right if I put this up?

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Supper clubs and quiz nights?

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Different country each week. Bring your passport.

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-Any of your passports.

-Oh, you ain't doing this for Mick.

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Can't have a business go under, can you?

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See it all the time. One day, you're busy and then...

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-So sad.

-SHE CHUCKLES

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Er, someone left these in lost property.

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I think the trotters are chucking up a little bit.

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-Oh, they're disgusting!

-Yeah.

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SHE LAUGHS Oh, I'm such an idiot!

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Are you still worrying about the money for Elaine?

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It's just a pain.

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So, the bailiffs ain't coming in, then?

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Don't be so stupid.

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You remember that time they came for Dad

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when he hadn't kept up the payments on the TV,

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but he'd already sold it down the pub?

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-SHE LAUGHS

-Yeah, he'd put the rent money

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-on a dog or something, didn't he?

-Yep.

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And he flogged the three-piece suite.

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We spent the next six months living on upturned orange boxes.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Not funny at the time, though, was it?

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SHE SIGHS No, I suppose not.

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Come here, darling. Aw!

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We spent the afternoon at the park, didn't we?

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Then we went out for pizza.

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I gave Matthew a bath and I've put him to bed.

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Traffic was a nightmare. He's not here yet, is he?

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-Just take them two upstairs, yeah?

-Yeah.

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Come on, let's go up.

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What do you mean, no? My mother-in-law is stuck in Spain.

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I need that money.

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Yes. Do you know how long I've been banking with you?

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Oh, go away, you mug.

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Problems?

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They won't extend my credit card.

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They won't give me a loan.

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I mean, they'll lend you what you want when you don't need it,

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-but when you do, it's...

-This is Lee's fault.

-Yeah, I know.

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But it was my decision, Babe. I don't blame him.

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-I would.

-Yeah, I know YOU would.

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It didn't help, you know, with Tina going on about

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when we were kids and our telly was repossessed.

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I mean, she laughs about it, but...

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You know, I've tried my whole life not to be like my old man,

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and now this.

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You, um...

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-You ain't told Johnny, have you?

-Course not.

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Listen.

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About earlier on - the beer...

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Yeah, do me a favour - don't do that again.

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Thought you'd be glad of the extra cash.

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Yeah, and what about when I lose my licence?

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So, what are you going to do?

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Borrow it.

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From somewhere. Anywhere.

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Any ideas?

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Dad?

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Who's taking out a payday loan?

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-Um...nobody, I don't think.

-So, what's this?

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Oh, that was me.

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I was thinking of trading in the Rialto.

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Are you mad? Do you know the rate of interest these sharks charge?

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Oh, I was only having a nose.

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Yeah, anyway, what you using my laptop for?

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I'm looking up questions for the quiz next week.

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I couldn't find my charger.

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Babe, seriously, you don't want to go anywhere near these sharks.

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-They'll have the skin off your back.

-All right, all right! I hear you.

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Go on. Go and sort out your quiz. And use your own laptop.

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Thank you.

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-Dad!

-This is you hurrying back, is it?

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-Have they fed you?

-I ain't a dog.

-Michelle's cooking.

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Oh. I was going to make you something.

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Thought I'd do him something nice.

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-Have you taken all your pills?

-He's taken everything.

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Why does everyone keep thinking I'm going to forget my pills?

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-He's tired.

-Come through and put your feet up.

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Do you know what? I'm going up to bed.

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-You haven't eaten.

-So, leave me a plate out.

-Phil!

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Come back for a bit of peace and quiet.

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Thanks.

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To think I was looking forward to having my husband home(!)

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Good job I brought this.

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-Oh, no, we don't have drinks in the house.

-Yeah, Louise is right.

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-He's gone to bed, hasn't he?

-The doctors are really strict.

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He's not going to come back down.

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-No, I know, but...

-Now you've done your cooking, you can...

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You are allowed to look after yourself, too.

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Sorry.

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Listen, I know that you said it wouldn't be a late one,

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but, you know, Helen's not even here yet

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and I just don't feel like I'm going to be the best company tonight.

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Oh!

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OK, just give me a ring back when you get this, all right?

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-Sorry, I was miles away.

-No, don't worry about it.

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No, no, no, I'll do it. I'll do it.

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-Are you all right?

-Yeah, it's just Linda being away.

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You know, I'm run off my feet with Ollie and...

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You know, I'm just...I feel like a single parent.

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I just don't know how they do it.

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Although I know loads of single parents

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-that manage really well, so...

-It's fine. It's fine.

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I'm actually quite pleased that the dad isn't involved.

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-Not everyone's cut out to be a dad, are they?

-Tell me about it.

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Yeah, I've got two dads. Both useless.

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Although it weren't really Buster's fault.

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You know, my mum didn't, you know, tell him about me, so...

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Do you wish she had?

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Um...yeah.

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Yeah, yeah, I do.

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Not that I'm saying that Buster would've stepped up,

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but I think he deserved to know.

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-Do you mind if I get back?

-No, you crack on.

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-My back's killing me.

-I'll sort this out.

-OK.

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Hello, Shirl. What's this?

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Surprise baby shower for Denise. Didn't Carmel tell you?

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-Shouldn't you check with Denise first?

-Oh!

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-He's not always grumpy.

-Did I say he was always grumpy?

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Well, he's been in hospital since Christmas.

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-Probably wasn't expecting visitors so soon.

-Sorry.

-No.

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Can't have been easy for you, any of this.

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Well, you do what you do, don't you, when you love someone?

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-I'm just glad he's back.

-I'll drink to that.

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Well, I would, if I had a drink. SHE CHUCKLES

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-To being grumpily alive.

-Mm.

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-Could have that wine in a mug?

-No.

-Oh!

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-So, do you know how long you're staying?

-Oh, don't you start.

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No, it's just so lovely, having you here.

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I should have given you and Phil some space.

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Hm, well, give that a couple of days,

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we'll be at each other's throats.

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Roxy had a heart attack while she was in the swimming pool.

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-Ronnie drowned.

-A heart attack?

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-The postmortem shows that...

-She's 38 years old.

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This is their life, ain't it?

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-Jack.

-Roxy messes up. Ronnie tries to save her.

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We can't be certain why Ronnie was in the pool.

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Because her sister was messing around in the pool,

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has had a heart attack and Ronnie's dived in to save her!

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-That's not what he just said.

-That's what was on the CCTV, weren't it?

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-That's what you were afraid to tell me?

-Mr Branning...

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-You know what this is, don't you?

-Don't shout at me!

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Well, you know why people have heart attacks in their 30s?

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This is years and years of her shoving white powder up her nose!

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Yes! This is what coke does, yeah? It damages the arteries.

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She would have been off her stupid face like she always was!

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Can we finish this another day, please?

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You know what? That's why Ronnie's dead.

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All right? That's why Matthew doesn't have a mum.

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And that's why I've spent the whole afternoon

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trying to comfort my kids!

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SHE SOBS

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Cos of your junkie daughter!

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HE SOBS

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Oh! Be quiet. They're coming.

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All I want to do is have a bath, get into my pyjamas and read my book.

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-ALL:

-Surprise!

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I... I did try to stop them.

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SHE SIGHS

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MUSIC PLAYS

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SHE SIGHS

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Everyone's going to that Callie's party tonight,

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and what am I doing?

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-Baby-sitting.

-Hmm!

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You know, you don't have to stay in with me.

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It's miles away. I can't be bothered.

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Oh, that Keegan is such an idiot! He smashes my phone screen

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and then he has the cheek to invite me to Shaki's party.

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I mean, as if I even want to be in the same room as him.

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Shaki's having a party?

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Oh, it'll just be a bunch of boys sitting round eating pizza,

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playing video games. Believe me, you're not missing out on much.

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It's all right, it's not like I was expecting an invite anyway.

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SHE SIGHS

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You're not seriously thinking of going, are you?

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Who else am I going to hang out with?

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You'll make loads of new friends at drama club.

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Maybe, but it won't be the same.

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I need to do this, Lou.

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I need a fresh start.

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Let's play, um, guess the weight of the baby.

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Write down your name and write down your guess,

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and then, when the baby's born,

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whoever has the closest answer wins a bottle of vino!

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Lovely.

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I, um... I just came to get my paper.

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You just can't get enough of us, can you, Patrick?

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OK, you can join in!

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-No, no, no, I'm all right. I'm OK.

-Sit!

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Remember to write your name clearly next to your guess.

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(Maybe we should be playing guess the father's name.)

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Want a bit of cake, Patrick?

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You know what, guys?

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I'm really sorry, but I feel really exhausted.

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-My back is killing me.

-She needs to rest.

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Yeah, let's call it a night.

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Thank you, Carmel, and thank you for doing all of this.

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-It's...

-No, it's my fault for springing this on you.

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You said you weren't up to it.

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-MUSIC PLAYS

-Yo, bro.

0:20:380:20:41

I'm not sure this tequila was such a good idea.

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-My mum's going to kill me if she finds out.

-Man up.

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You've only had three.

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See? We don't need girls to have a banging party.

0:20:510:20:54

-Yeah, if Louise was here, it would be rubbish.

-It would.

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She thinks she's so fit, but she ain't nothing special.

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Here, now, that's fit.

0:21:040:21:06

-Yo, bro, is that Callie?

-Hell, yeah!

0:21:070:21:09

You can't just film a girl while she's changing.

0:21:090:21:11

-Bruv, that's not right.

-Mate, she's about to take her bra off.

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Now, come on.

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Everyone else has seen it, cos I sent it to the whole school.

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-Why?!

-Where's MY invite to her party?

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I bet she's having a great time

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now that she knows the whole school has seen her boobs.

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Bruv, that's horrible.

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You're only being like this cos you're not over Bex.

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I know she was your first and that, but this is pathetic.

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I'm totally over her.

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You need to give up on it,

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cos soon you won't even remember Bex.

0:21:510:21:53

I think I'm going to be sick.

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Bought you a bottle of wine.

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Minute Mart's prestige range.

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Oh, you didn't have to do that.

0:22:220:22:23

-How's Sharon and Phil?

-Yeah, good. Good. They're all good.

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Glad to have him home.

0:22:320:22:33

Thanks for doing my washing.

0:22:360:22:38

Shall I get you a glass?

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Oh, no. No, I'm tired.

0:22:420:22:45

Baby shower was rubbish. I'm just going to go to bed.

0:22:450:22:47

-Are you OK?

-Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.

0:22:490:22:52

All right. Well, don't stay up too late. You've got a lot to do.

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-I won't.

-Night-night.

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Night, Stace.

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Tim.

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It's me again.

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Keep hoping you'll pick up.

0:23:240:23:26

Call me back. I...

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We need to talk...

0:23:330:23:35

..properly about what happened.

0:23:360:23:40

SHE SOBS

0:23:480:23:51

What? No, I'm fine, honestly.

0:23:570:23:59

I'm just... I'm tired and I've got my scan.

0:23:590:24:03

No, it's fine. It's nothing to worry about.

0:24:030:24:06

-You sure there's nothing else?

-Like what?

0:24:070:24:11

Look, I know you don't want to talk about the father,

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and that's your choice,

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but I am one of the people that's not going to judge you.

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I know.

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And I do, I appreciate everything that you've done. It's just...

0:24:250:24:28

I just can't talk about it.

0:24:310:24:33

Stop worrying, sweetheart.

0:24:490:24:51

I told you, you'll have the money by the morning.

0:24:510:24:54

You know, it's just the bank playing up this end. That's all.

0:24:540:24:58

Yes, don't worry.

0:24:580:25:01

Yeah. I love you, too.

0:25:020:25:04

Let's speak tomorrow, OK? Bye.

0:25:050:25:09

-Er, Babe's finishing up downstairs. We're all done.

-Sweet.

0:25:140:25:19

Did you sort that money out?

0:25:210:25:22

-Yeah. Yeah, all sorted.

-I'll say goodnight, then.

0:25:240:25:28

Goodnight, son.

0:25:300:25:31

-Mum!

-Libby!

-I'm so sorry I'm late. Have I missed the baby shower?

0:25:560:26:00

-No, no, it finished early.

-Oh, that's such a shame!

0:26:000:26:04

So, you're planning on staying a few nights, then?

0:26:040:26:07

I'm not going to risk missing the birth!

0:26:070:26:09

I'm going to be right there beside you holding your hand.

0:26:090:26:12

Denise - she's supposed to be a mate.

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Some prat has got her up the duff and left her to it,

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and she won't tell me who it is so I can sort it.

0:26:210:26:23

-It was a one-night stand, weren't it?

-No.

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No, I don't believe that.

0:26:260:26:28

It's got to be someone round here. That's why she's keeping schtum.

0:26:280:26:31

What's the matter, Mick?

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Buster.

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Before he left, he was having an affair with someone.

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Now, I don't know who it was,

0:26:480:26:49

and I should've told you and I'm sorry, OK?

0:26:490:26:51

Go on.

0:26:530:26:54

I was speaking to Denise earlier...

0:26:560:26:58

..and I mentioned Buster and she went all weird.

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So, what if he was having an affair with her?

0:27:060:27:10

What if he's the father of her baby?

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