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31/01/2017

Tina takes matters into her own hands, and there is more trouble in store for the Carters.


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Thank you for getting this all sorted so quickly.

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The whole market truly appreciates it, trust me.

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PHONE RINGS

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SHE SNORTS

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I don't know!

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A bridge, they can fix in the blink of an eye.

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But a parcel that I ordered well before Christmas

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has only just turned up at the post office today!

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Please pass on our thanks to the rest of the lads, won't you?

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Yeah, all right.

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I know I can't expect the treatment I had on Monday every night,

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but maybe we could make it a regular thing.

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Once a month or something?

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What, you want to put a takeaway

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and a couple of glasses of pop in the diary?

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Well, you seemed like you were having fun to me.

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THEY LAUGH

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Oh, wow. Vom.

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Keep your comments to yourself, if you don't mind.

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-All right?

-Morning.

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I'd better get to work.

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Don't you think this is just a bit...immature?

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I did have an idea how to earn a few more brownie points.

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I gave that nail bar place that you like a call.

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-They're expecting you at half nine.

-Mm.

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Louise, call the police.

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Someone's kidnapped your dad and replaced him with a clone.

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What did I do to deserve you two this morning?

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Aspirin?

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Top cupboard.

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Brilliant(!)

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Make sure you get the full works, yeah?

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I left my credit card details with the receptionist.

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Well, I'm impressed.

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That lot might be as grumpy as normal,

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but maybe some things do change.

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Thank you.

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All right.

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Listen, thanks for coming, darling.

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I know I wasn't exactly filled with gratitude at first,

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but, you know, it's meant a lot to me, you being here.

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I'm sorry I didn't get anywhere with Auntie Kim.

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I hate leaving when things are like this.

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You girls, you're as stubborn as each other.

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Kim would have wanted to come last night.

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You need to meet her halfway.

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Do you mind?

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I can't think about Kim right now.

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Look, if you need anything,

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right, just pick up the phone, and I'll be on the next train back.

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I love you, Mum.

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I love you too, darling.

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This is getting stupid!

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If you didn't want me to move in with you,

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then why didn't you just say,

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instead of letting me get my hopes up?

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Right, if it was up to me, I'd be out of there in a flash!

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It's just not the right time.

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Well, it don't matter, anyway.

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Cos at this rate, I won't even be able to afford a poxy studio flat.

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Listen, I've got some overtime going at the Arches,

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if you're interested?

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Yeah...thanks.

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I just thought it'd be a laugh. You know, you and me.

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Something good happening for a change.

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Maybe one day, eh?

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Where was you yesterday?

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I hung around for like an hour after the exam, waiting for you.

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Something came up.

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What's that supposed to mean? I thought you wanted to talk?

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Just back off!

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Oh, that's him told!

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Oh, lovely, thanks.

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Oh, Stace?

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Yeah?

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You're going to think I'm mad,

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but I've got another Christmas present for Arthur to drop off.

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-Another one?!

-Yeah.

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Our house is like Santa's workshop as it is!

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I know, I know!

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I ordered it months ago, and it must have got lost in the post.

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Anyway, it's a baby carrier,

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and I'm wondering if he's too big for it now.

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How much does he weigh?

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Oh, I dunno, I haven't taken him to the clinic in months.

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I've gotta go. I'll see you later, anyway.

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Come on, Lil.

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Oh, did Libby get off OK?

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Yeah, yeah.

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You'd think I'd get used to her coming and going by now.

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Anyway, don't worry about me.

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I'm just going to get my head down for this shift,

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maybe catch up on a little bit of reading.

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What?

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-I've had that Mr Beckett on the phone.

-Oh.

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Well, I had to call him to get some more rat poison.

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Oh, don't tell me you've seen another one, have you?

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-Two of them.

-Oh.

-And do you know what he reckons?

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He reckons it's down to our "poor cleanliness".

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Right, never mind that there's bin bags piling up out there

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-in the middle of winter!

-I know.

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And the best bit, he wants us to do a clean,

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"top to bottom" of the shop.

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And he's going to pop over later and inspect our work.

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Inspect?! Who does he think he is, the jumped up little...?

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I know, I know. He's a nightmare.

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He kept saying things like, "Formal evaluation,

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"having to make changes".

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To be honest, Denise, I really don't think he's worth fighting.

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Yeah. Especially how he's got it in for me, eh?

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Anyway, it's not the day I was hoping for,

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but at least we've got each other, though.

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Actually, um...

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I have a meeting with Janet's teachers this morning.

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-I did book the hours off ages ago.

-Yeah.

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I mean, if it had been anything else, you know, I would stay, but...

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-Of course.

-Sorry.

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Here. Good luck!

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Hi.

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You found some, then?

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Yeah. Minute Mart.

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What do you think?

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Oh, nice!

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Well, not like Phil to be thoughtful, but I must admit,

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being pampered was just what the doctor ordered.

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What happened, then?

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One too many at the Vic?

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Something like that.

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Phil! Phil, I'm back!

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He went out about an hour ago. Didn't he say?

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No.

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They just about cleared us out on Monday.

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We'll take twice as much tonight, mark my words!

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Mum.

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Mum, Tina told you to stay upstairs while she's at work.

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She's all right, she's all right.

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Tina keeps going on about this routine she wants her to do.

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I'm hungry. The cupboard's bare.

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Babe.

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Help her get something from the buffet, please.

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Come on.

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You need to tell her no again, Mick.

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It's one thing bringing back memories,

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it's another thing putting her on the stage

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in front of a pub full of people!

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Stan says she was born to be on the stage.

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And you'd never know to look at her now, would you?

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You've no idea?

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Oh. Don't worry, Billy, he's here.

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Sorry to bother you.

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Where the hell have you been?

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I'm allowed to walk out the house when I want to.

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What you doing ringing people round like I'm some sort of lost kid?

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So I panicked.

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But you're recovering, I got worried when you were gone so long.

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HE SIGHS

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I...

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I took Sam's flowers to Ronnie and Roxy's grave, and then...

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Well, before that, I went to see Tony's wife.

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After the fuss she kicked up last time she was here?!

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You don't need the stress, Phil.

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It won't do any harm to check her and her kid are all right.

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Yeah, well, that's kind of you.

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But don't forget she threatened to call the Old Bill on you.

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We don't need that sort of hassle.

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Well, we don't need to worry. She weren't in.

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I left a note, but I won't hold my breath.

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-DOOR CLOSES

-All right.

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I found her on the doorstep when I was heading out.

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Oh, Mum, you don't have to do that.

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This is my job, it's not yours.

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I'm not staying, I'm just lending a hand while I'm here.

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Your face when Libby left this morning.

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You'd have thought it was the first time your baby had left home.

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Well, it sort of felt like it, you know?

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I know it's daft.

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It's just she's been such a support to me while she's been here.

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Well, you've still got support. You've got me!

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I'm worth ten ordinary ladies, don't forget.

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Yeah.

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Yeah, you've been a real boost.

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Till you go back to Montserrat.

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Well, lucky I'm not the only family you've got close by, then.

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Oh, don't tell me you've set this up?

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Don't be so paranoid.

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Vincent is having one of his spring cleans, and he found the baked beans

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that were accidentally moulded to the roof of the microwave.

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Hence...

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Trust me, if I had a choice,

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I would've come in when you weren't here.

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Kim!

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That's not nice.

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Looks like you're having a good day, Dee.

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Glad to see that this "new life" of yours was worth all the sacrifices.

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Antoinette was just telling me about Aaron.

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He's back at school.

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Struggling a bit, but he'll get there.

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Well, tell him to hang on in there.

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I know how hard it is.

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I was glad when I saw Phil's note.

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I owe you both an apology.

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Don't be daft.

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I should leave you to it.

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No, there's no need.

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You were only trying to help Aaron by giving him that cash.

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I shouldn't have come in all guns blazing like I did.

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Don't be daft.

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I don't care about what happened before, you know,

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I just want to know the pair of you are all right, that's all.

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Tony's gone.

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Nothing's "all right".

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But I still have my son.

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I have to focus on being mum and dad for him, now.

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-And that's what's going to get you through all this, trust me.

-Yeah.

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Oh, Phil, I forgot. Jack said he's going to pop over.

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So?

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So, he's been through a lot, and he's family.

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I think he deserves our time, don't you?

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It's fine. I have to be getting back anyway.

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-Bye, Antoinette.

-Bye.

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Sharon.

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Just chuck her out, why don't you?!

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There we go.

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Hello?

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-Come in!

-Oh.

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You don't mind if I join you to eat my lunch, do you?

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I fancy some company,

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and Denise is up to her ears in soap suds.

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Yeah, course not!

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I'll make you a tea.

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Arthur, look, who's that?

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Oh!

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Isn't he a little smasher?

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I know I'm biased, but...

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He is gorgeous, ain't he?

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Yeah, they're going to be the gruesome twosome,

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when they're bigger.

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Walford Primary won't know what's hit it.

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It must be hard for Lauren, juggling work and a little kiddie.

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I bet you get stuck helping out.

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You know, taking him to be weighed and that sort of thing.

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That's weirdly specific.

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No, it isn't.

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When mine were little, I had 'em down the clinic every month

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till they were over two.

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And now you know that I don't do that with Arthur,

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you've got a problem with it?

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Well, don't go getting all defensive.

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We're just making small talk.

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No, you were, Jane. She's got something else on her mind.

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Well, he is my grandson.

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I'm allowed to be worried, aren't I?

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Well, worry about things that need worrying about!

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Arthur is eating, he's growing out of his clothes.

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I don't need to traipse down the clinic every week

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to know that he's healthy.

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Even still...

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I think it's just me and you having that tea, Jane.

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The more people kids have looking out for them the better, that's all.

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See you.

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Well, you're here, and you appear to be working.

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That's a start.

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Don't look at me like that.

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She turned up on our doorstep and I was civil.

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What else do you expect?

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She's just lost her husband, and civil's the best you can do?

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I'm not backing down on what I said.

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I'm here for you, Sharon,

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that don't mean I can't be there for them too.

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Except they're not your responsibility!

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You know, there'll come a point when you're not there,

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and she'll need to stand on her own two feet.

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And you're doing her no favours by pretending otherwise.

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Why are you so against her, eh?

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At least you've still got your husband, haven't you?

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Do you think I don't know how easily it could have gone the other way?

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I'm glad Tony's dead!

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I'm glad he's dead, because it means that I still have you,

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is that what you want to hear?

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Were you even listening to me yesterday?

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It's going to take more than one curry to fix this family, Phil.

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Sharon's in bits, your son wants to move out...

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You need to make some changes, before it's too late.

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You do know that we've been having problems with the bins round here?

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And that would be my problem because...?

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No, no, I'm just saying,

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there might be other reasons for the rats.

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You could give us the benefit of the doubt.

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No.

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No, of course not. Because to do that,

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you'd have to have respect for your staff, wouldn't you?

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Even admit that we might be good at our jobs?

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If you don't mind me saying, this attitude really isn't helping.

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There is not a speck of dirt in here, and you know it.

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This place was spotless even before I started scrubbing the place

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from top to bottom this morning!

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I only have your word for that, though, don't I?

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Yes, well, my word should be good enough.

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Because I'm on the front line, aren't I?

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Me and Honey and Helen.

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You lot would be nothing without us lot.

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I don't want rats in here any more than you do,

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and if that means getting on my hands and knees and scrubbing,

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then so be it.

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But the least you can do is admit that I've done a good job!

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And a thank-you wouldn't go amiss, either.

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You appear to have done an adequate job.

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Thank you.

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So have you come up with a plan, then, or what?

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A plan?

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If you don't get revenge on Shaki,

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they'll know you're an easy target.

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-Bex hasn't got into your head, now, has she?

-No, course not.

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But maybe Shaki isn't that bad.

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I mean, Bex said that she saw you two laughing at that video

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of me freaking out on the bus, as well, so...

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Babe, we're on your side!

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Don't go turning on your mates, on top of everything.

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You're right, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to.

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Shakil needs telling.

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He thinks he's such a big man since the bus crash.

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Makes me sick.

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Yeah, well, I bet he's not such a "big man"

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in that photo he sent Bex.

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What photo?

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CHATTER

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Panit!

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Can I treat you and your family to some Chinese beer, you know,

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as a thank-you?

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You haven't got any Pilsner, have you? I can't drink that stuff.

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Rein it in, you.

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What you doing, trying to rinse me for the pricey stuff?

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Did I mention I do a mean coq au vin?

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And my borscht, mate...

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Ah, so you're on the hunt for a bit of graft, are you?

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I'll keep you on speed dial.

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If this supper club works out, you're going to be a very busy man!

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Cheers.

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Sweet as. Love to the family.

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You're looking...

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dapper.

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Yeah, amazing what you can dig up in charity shops, eh?

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Yeah...

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You all right?

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-Hey.

-Sylvie's getting a bit restless up there,

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so I said we'd bring her down during the break.

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OK, but I'll go and check on her in a minute.

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Did you keep mentioning the routine to her, like I asked?

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I don't think it made much difference, though.

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You're probably going to have to walk her through it.

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Yeah, OK.

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Can I have a bottle of wine and three glasses, please?

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Oh, and a little bit of fairy dust, for the quiz.

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Ah, so you're "Team Caff", yeah?

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Listen, we have been testing each other on trivia all week.

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We're the ones to beat.

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If you want egg and chips twice, this lot'll sort you out.

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But, let's face it, they're no winners.

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Steven!

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Well, as long as we beat you, I don't care where we come.

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THUNDER CRACKS

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ALL: Oh!

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Well, I see he's already making friends and influencing people.

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He really is his father's son, sometimes.

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We have to do well tonight, cos Martin'll kill me

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if I've made him stay home with the kids

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and we don't come home with a prize.

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Well, in quiz situations,

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Ian usually wins or bores everyone else half to death so they forfeit.

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Maybe Steven has learnt from the master.

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THEY LAUGH

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My mum and dad used to do a pub quiz, when we were little.

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Yeah. They never missed a week.

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Tanya drag him there, did she?

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No, I think it was her idea of, like,

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a wholesome activity they could do together.

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She got barred, anyway, because she got really drunk

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and she was just shouting out all the answers.

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Oh, remind me, I owe your mum a phone call.

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Yeah, me, too.

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You know, we've been doing them...

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-You know the video chats, the video calls?

-Yeah.

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So she can see Louie, but it's just not the same, is it?

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I think it's getting to her, you know,

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-that she's never really properly met him.

-Aww.

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Thank you.

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Thank you.

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Well, I bet some days,

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you wish you could only see Arthur's gran via video.

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You sure you remember how to do this?

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Give me that.

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Don't worry, I'm not on the payroll.

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Just putting a few hours overtime in.

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It's all right, it's not my call any more, is it?

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I hear you're moving out.

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Is that true?

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Carmel.

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Peace offering?

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Why, what's gone on?

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Tell me you haven't been sticking your nose in where it don't belong?

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Guilty as charged.

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-Can I sit there?

-Go on.

-Thanks.

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It's your round, anyway, mate.

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You're not going to chuck that over me, are you?

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No!

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No, look, you just need to understand that, with Kat gone

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and my mum living in Brighton,

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I'm just used to doing this whole parenting thing just me and Martin.

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That's why I wanted to help.

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I didn't ever see myself as an interfering grandma.

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Oh, you're not.

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But you would rather I kept my beak out a bit more?

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Well, look, Arthur needs his nan,

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and if it means me and you falling out every now and again

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about how often he's weighed,

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or how many of his five a day he's had...

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Five, I hope.

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I'm a menace! I'm sorry.

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I'll tell you what, let's make a deal.

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I'll take everything with a pinch of salt,

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and you count to ten before you start dishing out advice?

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Deal.

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-Question five, was it A or B? Quickly!

-Seriously, stop!

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Come on, it's only half-time.

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You've got time to make up the ground later. Give it here.

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Can you do me a favour, please,

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and just ban him from any quiz nights, like, ever,

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please?

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There you go. Er, you do know that

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Steven's been looking at his phone the whole time?

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Kathy!

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What? I'm his gran.

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I've got to keep him on the straight and narrow, ain't I?

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Yeah, well, judging by his answers,

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-it doesn't seem to have done him much good.

-Ha-ha!

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-Johnny.

-Yeah?

-Where's Mick?

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Changing the barrel. Lager's off. Why?

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Ladies and gentlemen,

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please charge your glasses

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and prepare for a reminder of Old Soho,

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with the one and only Sylvie Carter!

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Woo!

0:20:080:20:10

Get Dad, get Dad.

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# My lame is Suzie Wong

0:20:150:20:18

# Please listen to my tong

0:20:180:20:21

# I wuv you all! #

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That's a bit near the knuckle, ain't it?

0:20:230:20:25

SHE KEEPS SINGING

0:20:250:20:27

Tina! Get her off! Get her off!

0:20:270:20:31

SHOUTING

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I'm so sorry!

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THEY TALK OVER EACH OTHER

0:20:350:20:38

DOOR CLOSES

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Right.

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-Oh, thank you.

-Hey, what's all this?

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This is me in a good mood!

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I thought we deserve a treat, you know?

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There's even a pickled onion in there for you.

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Thanks.

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And I thought about what you said, earlier.

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Now, I might spend my time scrubbing shelves in the Minute Mart,

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but you just watch this space, all right?

0:21:060:21:08

As for Kim, she's the one with the problem, not me.

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And there's no way I'm going grovelling to her.

0:21:140:21:17

MICK: I know that was a bit, um...

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I don't know what that was. I don't know.

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But let's not let it ruin the night, though, eh?

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Come on, Mick. What are you doing, letting her walk round like that?

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You can't get away with that in this day and age.

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I'm so sorry if I've caused any offence to anyone.

0:21:330:21:36

What are you going to do for the French night?

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You and Shirley in stripy tops with onions round your neck?

0:21:380:21:41

No!

0:21:410:21:42

Half the teams have gone home.

0:21:450:21:47

I reckon we say the scores at half-time stand,

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and call it a night.

0:21:500:21:51

It's a 'mare.

0:21:510:21:52

I've hurt my ankle!

0:21:520:21:54

I don't think it's broken.

0:21:540:21:56

I'm really sorry, Mick, I was just thinking of Mum.

0:21:560:21:59

Yeah, and no-one else.

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Just... I told you it was a bad idea, so just...

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Next time, just listen to me, please!

0:22:040:22:07

You're not angry with me?

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I'm not happy.

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Just take her upstairs, and just see that she's OK, yeah?

0:22:100:22:13

Swedish night next.

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Hard to offend people with ABBA and meatballs, right?

0:22:160:22:18

Yeah, yeah.

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What could possibly go wrong with ABBA and meatballs?

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Look, it was my idea.

0:22:270:22:29

I asked Ben to move in.

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If you want to get on someone's back, get on mine.

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Cos I can't speak for myself?

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I want to move out, Dad.

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And it's nothing to do with you and Sharon.

0:22:390:22:41

I thought I'd be well away by now.

0:22:410:22:44

I thought me and Paul would be managing Coker's,

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but instead, here I am.

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Yeah, well, sorry for giving you a job

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and putting a roof over your head.

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That's the point.

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I want to do something for myself.

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You know, stand on my own two feet.

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Plus there's the Jay thing.

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How am I going to cope with him way out in zone six?

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Good answer.

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You've been spending the last ten minutes trying to persuade me,

0:23:070:23:10

but I think it's a great idea.

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Really?

0:23:130:23:14

I ever tell you about the time me and Grant got our own gaff?

0:23:160:23:19

Yeah, Mum was livid.

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But, yeah, we got this one-bedroom studio gaff just off the Roman Road.

0:23:210:23:25

HE CHUCKLES

0:23:250:23:26

Best time of my life, that was.

0:23:260:23:28

Just me and my brother,

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no ties, and no responsibilities.

0:23:290:23:31

You deserve it.

0:23:320:23:34

The pair of you do.

0:23:340:23:36

What about you and Sharon?

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I don't think the four of us would fit in one place, do you?

0:23:380:23:40

Well, she seems to think you still need me around.

0:23:400:23:42

Well, you ain't planning on running out of here any time soon, are you?

0:23:420:23:45

No.

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Then we will still see you from time to time, won't we?

0:23:460:23:48

Course, Dad, but...

0:23:480:23:50

Then what's the problem?

0:23:500:23:52

You making your own way in the world.

0:23:520:23:54

Me and Sharon have got our own lives to lead.

0:23:550:23:57

Could be the best thing all round, couldn't it?

0:23:570:23:59

Looks like we're getting our own flat, bruv!

0:23:590:24:01

Looks like it!

0:24:010:24:02

THEY LAUGH

0:24:020:24:05

Lady Di! You know better than that!

0:24:190:24:21

It's not the dog.

0:24:210:24:23

It's the roof.

0:24:230:24:24

I noticed it earlier, I didn't realise how bad it had got.

0:24:240:24:27

The roof?

0:24:280:24:29

Won't that cost a fortune?

0:24:290:24:31

Yeah, but I... Yeah, I know a geezer who knows a geezer.

0:24:310:24:33

It'll be sweet.

0:24:330:24:35

Just go downstairs, go and help Babe clear up.

0:24:350:24:37

Oh, we've got a leak.

0:24:410:24:44

Just to add to the fun.

0:24:440:24:46

PHONE RINGS

0:24:470:24:49

Mick, it's Linda.

0:24:530:24:55

Pick up.

0:24:570:24:59

And tell her that she needs to get some proper care for Elaine.

0:24:590:25:01

We need her here!

0:25:010:25:02

Not in a million years.

0:25:030:25:05

Mick, please!

0:25:060:25:07

I told her I was going to keep the home fires burning,

0:25:070:25:10

and that's exactly what I'm going to do.

0:25:100:25:12

Don't matter how bad things get.

0:25:120:25:15

I'm not going to let her down.

0:25:150:25:16

Course, we'll have to talk colour schemes.

0:25:230:25:25

Shop for throw pillows, you know, that sort of thing.

0:25:250:25:28

Oh, yeah, you had me going, there!

0:25:290:25:31

Yeah, cos a bit of you thinks that all gay blokes

0:25:310:25:34

want to paint the whole world pink.

0:25:340:25:36

No.

0:25:360:25:37

It's just, the idea of you being house-proud blows my mind.

0:25:370:25:40

I mean, Sharon's lucky if you clean the bog

0:25:400:25:42

once every six months, at home.

0:25:420:25:44

And that will be changing, by the way.

0:25:460:25:48

Cos I'm going to introduce you to a cleaning rota if it kills me.

0:25:480:25:50

Cleaning? With these hands?

0:25:500:25:53

HE SNORTS

0:25:530:25:54

We'll be all right, though, won't we, bruv?

0:25:560:25:59

You know, just the two of us?

0:25:590:26:01

Well, we got this far, didn't we?

0:26:010:26:04

I can't see figuring out whose turn it is to get the bog roll

0:26:040:26:07

is going to break us up, can you?

0:26:070:26:09

Ha! Yeah.

0:26:090:26:11

Do you have any idea how amazing this is going to be?

0:26:110:26:14

Yeah.

0:26:150:26:17

Our own space.

0:26:170:26:19

No-one bothering us.

0:26:190:26:20

Just...

0:26:210:26:22

like a proper home.

0:26:220:26:24

Yeah.

0:26:250:26:26

PHONE BEEPS

0:26:270:26:28

Oh, let me guess.

0:26:320:26:35

The care assistant?

0:26:350:26:37

Looks like she's up for a date.

0:26:380:26:40

Lucky I'll soon have somewhere to wine and dine her, isn't it, eh?

0:26:400:26:43

Ooh.

0:26:430:26:44

I was beginning to think you were avoiding me.

0:26:520:26:54

I just had to, er...

0:26:540:26:57

talk through a couple of things with the boys, that's all.

0:26:570:27:00

We can't go on like this, Sharon.

0:27:030:27:05

Keep saying we want a fresh start without making changes.

0:27:050:27:09

You know, big ones.

0:27:100:27:11

It's that easy, is it?

0:27:110:27:12

What are you thinking?

0:27:150:27:16

Don't worry.

0:27:170:27:18

It's going to be all right.

0:27:200:27:21