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17/03/2017 Part One

Lauren tries to build bridges with Max. Bex finds herself in a desperate situation.


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-What are you doing here?

-You still in isolation?

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Meaning I'm meant to be left alone.

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Look, Mr Pryce is going to be back any minute.

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Oh, you too?

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If you want me to find somewhere else, I can...

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No. No, it's OK.

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Ooh!

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Haven't missed it, have we?

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-Missed what?

-Watch...

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So, what happened with you?

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What do you mean?

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What's your problem?

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Sam, it's not a trick question, what are you doing here?

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Just thought you might like some company.

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OK. So, you haven't been sent here by Mrs Lund?

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Is that right?

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Is what right?

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-What they said?

-Who?

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They said all I'd have to do was ask.

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You'd...you'd do anyone.

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All right, Bex, how's Samuel?

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SHE LAUGHS

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Dad used to love your home-made hotpot.

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But he hasn't had one for years.

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Well, exactly. It'll be a nice treat for him.

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And isn't Grandma Dot...?

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She's got her church meeting tonight, so we could do it at hers.

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Yeah, and I know he cooked for us at New Years, but...

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Well, then, it is our turn, ain't it?

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Take that as a yes?

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What is?

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We're cooking dinner for Dad tonight.

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I am, you mean.

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Well, I'll do my bit. I'll...

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bring some bread or something.

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Nice family meal.

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Sounds good.

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No, just me, Abi and Dad.

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Oh, so I'm still not part of this little family, then?

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Of course you are, babe.

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-So how many am I cooking for, then?

-No, just us three.

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So I am being frozen out...

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again.

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Dad just needs a little bit of time to get his head around

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everything, doesn't he?

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Look, me and Abi will work on him first

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and then everyone can get involved.

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Anyway, look, you've got bigger fish to fry.

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Look at him.

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His idea of a health kick

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is sticking some cucumber in a sandwich.

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You've got to get him out.

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Take him on one of your runs or something.

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He's started - don't let him stop.

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OK.

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Thank you.

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This is how much we're going to save over the course of just one

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single year, just by switching Lady Di's dog food.

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OK, I know it's not a fortune... But it's going to be...

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-It's great.

-Yeah?

-Really.

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And we've saved this much already.

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You know what they say. Every little helps.

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What does your dad think?

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Dunno. He went a bit quiet.

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And then he was like, overly grateful.

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Then he went off to make some phone call. Sounded business-y.

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-Ooh. Karl, you all right?

-Yeah.

-Same again?

-Yes, please.

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I've been doing some asking around.

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Well, I like to know who I'm sharing a cell with.

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You can get all sorts of moody cows in here.

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Is that right?

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Never had one like you, though.

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Knocking out a couple of early pints?

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And they banged you up for that?

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Well I'm here, aren't I?

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It's a bit Toytown isn't it?

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Here's me, thinking you're some kind of real hard nut.

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Turns out I'm sharing a cell with Minnie Mouse.

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SHE CACKLES

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I do that sometimes too.

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I just sit here, you know?

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Feel like I can hear his voice.

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"Get back in that room, you little herbert, give it a tidy.

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"Ain't that boy out of bed yet?"

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How did he do it, eh?

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What?

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All them years, sending off all them applications for all them jobs,

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I used to type some of them up for him.

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Back they'd come, one by one.

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No... No...

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No wonder it got to him like that.

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Yeah, but it ain't like that now.

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It's still not easy, though.

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No, no, not for people like me and Dad.

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No, we was allergic to the pen and paper, weren't we?

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But you... All those qualifications.

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All that experience.

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I have actually been meaning to ask you about that.

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Oh?

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Yeah, look, me and Stacey have been talking.

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What with everything with Bex, and all that school she's missed...

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And even when she has been there she's not, if you know what I mean.

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So, yeah, we've been thinking getting a bit of private tuition...

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No, no, I'm not taking money off my own brother.

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I've got to pay someone, 'Chelle.

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Why not someone that we know -

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and someone that's going to go the extra mile?

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Look, let me think about it, OK?

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I'm not asking...

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What the hell are you doing home?

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It's the middle of the day, Bex.

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You've got nothing to say?

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What's the point? You're not going to listen to me anyway.

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-Perfect.

-What is?

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Footballer. 34. Caught in the sack with a 16-year-old.

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Oh, that's disgusting.

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Yep, Mum'll love it. Coffee?

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Yeah, strong. Very strong.

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Double espresso coming up.

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How is she?

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Well, she sleeps for about five minutes

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and then she's awake for the next five hours.

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A couple of Mickey Finns would come in very handy right now,

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I can tell you.

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Well, if you do get hold of any, keep some back for me, yeah?

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-Is Dennis still giving you grief?

-He's just a boy, I suppose.

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I bet you thought you was well past that.

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Stroppy kids.

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Someone's upset you, yeah?

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Bex, this is probably exactly what they want,

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you do realise that, don't you? You know, you running away...

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Of course I realise it.

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It's the only thing everyone's been saying to me.

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Is there something I can do?

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Maybe I can go to the school, talk to one of the teachers...

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No, no, I don't want anyone talking to any teachers.

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Look, I am only trying to help here.

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Yeah. Yeah, I know.

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You're not the only one, you know.

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Everyone looking at you, talking about you,

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feeling like you're the local freak,

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all that happened to me, you know, when I was your age.

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It's just one little mistake, stupid mistake,

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you know, that's all it was.

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I thought I'd never get over it.

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Jamie, yeah? Mum's old boyfriend?

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And I deserved that, don't get me wrong. All the looks.

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All the talk.

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But it passed, I deserved it, Bex, and it passed.

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You don't deserve any of this. I mean, yeah, you made a mistake,

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but nothing compared to what I did.

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You remember that, whoever it is who's getting to you.

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Whoever it is who's upsetting you...

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..you don't deserve it.

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Look, I know you're...

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I know you're sorry for sending round that photo of Shakil.

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Oi...oi.

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You're probably feeling

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like the loneliest person in the world right now, ain't you?

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I understand that too.

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Like no-one's on your side.

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Well, there is, yeah? We all are.

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And your mates are and all, probably.

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Well, I mean, the ones that matter.

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All you've got to do is just reach out to them, Bex.

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Look, this is up to you. I ain't going to make you.

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But your lessons start in what? 20 minutes?

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Not interrupting anything, am I?

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Nah. I'm just checking it out for Ricky, for later.

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For Ricky?

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Yeah. For when he gets home from school. You all right?

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Got to make sure it's working, ain't I?

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Do you remember you got one of them for Oscar, didn't you?

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Yeah, couldn't keep you off it.

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-I was a demon with the thing.

-Yeah, right.

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Do you know what? I reckon I've still got it.

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Let me have a go.

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Oh.

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Argh! Ooh!

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Don't break it, Lauren.

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I'm just... I'm just warming up.

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There you go.

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You heard from Uncle Jack?

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Yeah, he's back tomorrow.

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You can stop playing with all Ricky's toys, then, can't you?

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Looks like it.

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Ah, perfect timing.

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Listen, me and Abi,

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we want to cook you dinner tonight round Grandma Dot's.

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Why?

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Because it's what families do.

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They sit down and they eat food together.

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Bring Ricky and Amy as well, we'll put something on for them.

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Lauren, I know we said we'd build bridges,

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but we ain't got to go too fast, have we?

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It's one meal. We're not exactly rushing things are we?

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Snail's pace, if you ask me.

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Just like you with that thing.

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All right, we'll be there.

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Cool. See you.

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See you later.

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Say, "Bye-bye, Grandad."

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-Yeah, all right, I'll take 'em.

-Take what?

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Just doing a bit of business, all right?

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What sort of business?

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My business.

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It's...cut-price.

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It's knock-off.

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-I didn't ask.

-You didn't need to.

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-I meant what I said about Johnny doing his bit.

-Mick...

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Not just with Lady Di, the fact he's re-done all the flyers,

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the fact he's having time off uni... Even my mother's put it in.

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-So I think it's my turn...

-Mick.

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Lou. We used to be mates.

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Still are as far as I'm concerned.

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This ain't you. None of it.

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Whatever you've done before, sending that photo round,

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you did that because you thought you were helping me.

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You were thinking of me, Lou, I know you were.

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-I've got to go.

-Or are you not a real mate at all?

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Are you just a prize cow deep down, is that what it is?

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-You watch your mouth.

-Watch my mouth?!

-Yes!

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After what you've done?!

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Look, we both know what the problem is.

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It's not me and it's not you, it's them two evil, poisonous...

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What?

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Them two evil, poisonous what?

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You don't have to do this.

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Say that to the bank manager.

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I'm saying it to you.

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Have you seen our accounts lately?

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Well, I'm looking forward to seeing them tomorrow.

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St Patrick's Day, you said it yourself,

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we're going to make a right killing.

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Yeah. And we'll make even more if we sell that booze outside.

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Mick, I understand, but you've got to think things through.

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I have.

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So you'd still do this if Linda was here, would you?

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Well, she ain't, is she?

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And to be fair, I don't even think she'd bat an eyelid.

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Cos she's made it very clear

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that this place is very low on her list of priorities.

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Well, then, you don't want to make things worse.

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How can they get any worse?

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They could get a whole lot worse. For you.

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What if the Old Bill start sniffing round again?

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They ain't exactly been strangers round here lately, have they?

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-(OK.)

-I mean, what if they start taking a special interest

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in all the new stock we've had delivered all of a sudden?

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So, what are you saying? Are you saying I do nothing?

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Let you all run around lunatics, yeah, and I just sit on my jacksy?

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You're trying to sort things out, you've been working your socks off

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and it will pay off - this place will be rammed tomorrow night.

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Look, you keep talking about Johnny and Shirley,

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everything they're doing, and you're right.

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What if they do all that and it just goes belly-up anyway?

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What's that mean?

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What if Shirley comes out of prison to find that you've gone in?

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Just me and Johnny running the place?

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Just don't do nothing stupid, Mick.

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Keep your head down...

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..and give Shirley the best homecoming she could have, yeah?

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And get this place buzzing again - for the right reasons.

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Do you know what I mean, like?

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Here it is.

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Don't cry.

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Ooh!

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So you think what I did was Toytown, do ya?

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Well, maybe that means I get out of here sooner.

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You want a bet?

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I was in a mood, OK? I didn't mean anything.

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I don't want to make any enemies.

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It's a bit late for that.

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THEY LAUGH

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What?

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You all right?

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You heard from Bex?

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No, not since lunch.

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Did she ring you from school?

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No, she came home from school.

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I caught her back at the house.

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And before you kick off, I didn't all right?

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I just played it cool.

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I mean, don't get me wrong, I wanted to, but I was sweet.

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What happened? Why did she come home?

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I don't know. She didn't say.

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You didn't ask?

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No, course I did, I just didn't push it.

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I just did what you said, you know, I talked to her.

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You know, calmly and reasonably.

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Then I suggested that she went back to her lessons.

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You suggested?

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Left it up to her.

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And she went back.

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Has Martin Fowler been abducted by aliens, or something?

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Maybe.

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No, I'm proud of you.

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Still worried sick about her, though.

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She's a teenager, they ain't easy. I know I weren't.

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No, nor me. I told her that and all.

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Exactly. Every parent has problems.

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Pornographic selfies and having the police round

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is a little more than just growing pains, though, ain't it?

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We don't need this, do we?

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You know, all this on top of us

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going to see the psychiatrist tomorrow.

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-We don't need to tell her about that.

-Don't we?

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What's happening with Bex at school is nothing to do

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with me and you trying for a baby.

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Yeah. No, no, you're right, you're right.

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It's about how we cope as a family, Martin. Like today.

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There was a problem and you and Bex talked it through.

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Give her a few weeks and she'll be back

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to that lovely, sweet girl we know.

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Don't worry.

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VOICES ARGUING

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Who do you think you are? Are you dumb?

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Are you actually stupid?

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Who did you think you are?!

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ARGUMENT CONTINUES

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Do something!

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You know what? You are a dirty little...!

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Grab her.

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Shut up, you.

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Don't move!

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Still.

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Please...

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Daddy's little princess, yeah(?)

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Ha-ha!

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Dirty, yeah?

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Let's go.

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What happened?

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-We told her it was rude.

-Calling people names.

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So we taught her some manners.

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THEY GIGGLE

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SHE SOBS

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Oi! Much healthier for you.

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Though it doesn't taste anywhere near as good.

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You could have warned me. I would have dug out my sunglasses.

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Don't you start, I've got enough with that lot out there.

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I told you it's going to be worth it.

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You're not the one they're taking the mickey out of.

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Tell him, 'Chelle.

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It doesn't matter what anyone else says, you do what's best for you.

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That's all that matters.

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He's right.

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You OK?

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Yeah.

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'Chelle?

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Just not sleeping too well, that's all.

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-OK, any reason?

-No.

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Come on, there must be.

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Hark at Dr Beale.

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If there is a problem, take my advice and go and see one.

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Worked wonders for me.

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-CHEERING

-Go on, Ian!

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I caught him red-handed, giving it a test drive.

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Uncle Jack will be back tomorrow, won't he?

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-Mm-hm.

-That's your fun over, then.

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It means you'll be back to work?

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Yeah, well, I've got to get back in the saddle sometime.

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In the city, ain't it?

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-What's that?

-Where you work.

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Yeah. Canary Wharf.

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Ooh, posh!

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Not really.

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You enjoying it?

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Yeah, it's all right. It's nothing special.

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What is it that you do?

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Just the same old, same old.

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Same old, same old what?

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Just the same old stuff I've always done, Lauren.

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Selling cars in Canary Wharf?

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That's all Bentleys and Rollers over there, isn't it?

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No, rickshaws and mopeds more like.

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It's a mug's game, that is.

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If you ain't selling cars,

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what are you doing?

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I'm just doing a bit of property, that's all.

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Is there any more of this?

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Makes sense actually, I suppose.

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Still got a few of your contacts, people you used to know.

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Or are you saving it all for Dot?

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What?

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The hotpot.

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Oh. Yeah, let me get you some.

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What's happened?

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So you don't think he seemed a bit odd?

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It's Dad. He's always seems odd.

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I'm being serious, Abi.

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He seemed fine to me.

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I think he was being shifty.

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When we started asking him about his work and that.

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Then he goes, "Same old, same old,"

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all of a sudden he's working in property.

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Well, yeah, probably because he is.

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Yeah, well, what if he's not?

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What does that mean?

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He has been house-sitting for Uncle Jack for quite a while now.

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So?

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So he must have a pretty nice boss.

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Giving him all that time off.

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What, so you don't think he's working at all?

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-What's happened?

-Who did this to you, Bex?

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Mr Pryce has already told me that you were upset earlier on.

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Look, just tell us what's happening.

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I don't want to make things worse.

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How much worse can things get?

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How long has this been going on?

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Has it got something to do with this photo?

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Is this more retaliation?

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Somebody doesn't like you for sending it around?

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-I didn't send it round.

-So who did?

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I just want to go home.

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Bex, you do that and whoever did this gets away with it.

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So tomorrow and the next day, they just do it all over again.

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This isn't her fault.

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Not really.

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Who?

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They've been behind it...

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those so-called friends of hers.

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Alexandra and Madison.

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They did this.

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And did they send round that photo too?

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Did they get hold of your phone or something?

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They weren't the first ones to send it round.

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So who was?

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Bex, we really can only help if we know everything.

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Louise.

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Louise Mitchell.

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Run, fat boy, run.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Come on.

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So, when's he back?

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I don't know.

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Tomorrow, next week?

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Fancy Preston, do ya?

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After Bex Fowler's been there?

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You saying Alex is into sloppy seconds?

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I don't think so.

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Go and get another one of these, yeah?

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Yeah, and me.

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So I'm the waitress all of a sudden?

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We'll get the next ones.

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(I am not getting the next ones.)

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Still like to see him in a T-shirt and shorts, though.

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Not that they will be on him for long.

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THEY LAUGH

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TEXT TONES

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What?

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I've got to go and see Mrs Lund tomorrow morning.

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So have I.

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Alex?

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So she's blabbed, has she?

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