Merger 4 o'Clock Club


Merger

When Josh and Nero arrive at their new school, Nero decides it's time to have some fun - at Josh's expense. Meanwhile, Dexter tries to impress his new colleagues.


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# Where do you go when you know nobody can understand you?

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# When it's just too much to handle

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# What do you do when you end up somewhere you never planned to?

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# Wash that stress out Like it was shampoo

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# You should stay It can change

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# There's good days And bad days

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# But one day down the line This time is sure to stop

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# So the only time is now 4 o'clock! #

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'Mum...'

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Wedding DVD.

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Oh, I can't bear to look.

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Your dress wasn't that bad.

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I wasn't talking about my dress,

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I was talking about the school burning to the ground.

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Aw, check it out!

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You won't find it so funny when you're at Fowlmere.

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Mum, it's a different school with teachers and pupils,

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not boggarts and Dementors.

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BOTH: Mmm!

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Mm. Josh Carter read a book.

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Deal with it.

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I just wish I could afford to send you somewhere decent,

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like Ryan's parents.

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HE RAPS # Now we're out here

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# Who's afraid of Fowlmere?

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# Who's afraid of Fowlmere? Who's afraid of Fowlmere?

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# Who's afraid of the big bad school?

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# It's just another doss for a bit, that's cool

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# And this one'll love me even more than the last did

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# Trouble-making, teacher-baiting, Bunking-out-of-class kid

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# Can't think why mum's worried I'm a born winner

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# Thicker-skinned than the custard in your school dinner

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# Can't tell me that I'm going to miss Elmsbury

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# That'll be the day that we all see hell freeze

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# And everybody's coursework got burnt up

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# But I never did mine so not the worst luck!

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# OK, fair enough I might've lost Ryan

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# But three of my best mates are in the same place I'm in

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# Agness, Ash and Zoe-Marie

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# Even Dexter as well So it's going to be

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# Nothing like the way my mum assumes it's doom

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# And if it is?

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# I'll stick to the music room Boom!

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# Now we're out here Who's afraid of Fowlmere?

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# Now we're out here Who's afraid of Fowlmere?

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# Now we're out here Who's afraid of Fowlmere?

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# Who's afraid of Fowlmere? Who's afraid of Fowlmere... #

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DOOR BELL RINGS

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Hey, Dexter. What's in the tin?

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Cookies! Ooh...

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Thanks, I made them.

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Oh.

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I'll leave them, then.

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-Who're they for?

-My new colleagues.

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Oh, what they ever do to you, man?

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-They're to break the ice.

-Oooh... Someone feeling a bit nervous..?

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Nah. Can't wait. Erm...

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Excuse me.

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-HE RAPS

-# Now we're out here

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#I'm afraid of Fowlmere

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# Now we're out here I'm afraid of Fowlmere

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# Now we're out here I'm afraid of Fowlmere

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# I'm afraid of Fowlmere I'm afraid of Fowlmere!

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# OK, let me get a grip I can do this!

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# I've got the experience Here's my chance to prove it

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# I can handle Fowlmere So what if it's derelict?

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# If I get a bit of stick I can handle getting it

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# I've run the 4 O'Clock Club It wasn't easy

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# And I've been head-to-head with Zoe-Marie, believe me!

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# Yes, I heard the kids eat teachers for dinner

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# But I am Dexter Harris I'm a winner!

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# Yes, Winner!

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-REFLECTION:

-# Winning? Please! Who are you kidding?

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# They'll pull you limb from limb and that is only the beginning

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# Cos you're weak, pathetic You might as well forget it

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# You're going to end up crying in a cupboard, you'll regret it!

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# And that's only if you don't get hospitalised

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# By some falling tiles when the roof subsides

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# You'll be flushed away before you've even arrived

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# You're a loser And losers get eaten alive. #

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Argh!

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-Bye, love. Have a nice day.

-I'll try. But what with getting mugged

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-and chased around by rabid year-sevens...

-Nero!

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Josh's jumper looks lovely on you.

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Yeah! If you like sticks wearing sleeping bags.

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Mum, why do I even have to go?

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-Because this is where we live now.

-Yeah, till you and Dad make it up.

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-Love, that's not going to happen.

-Mum, get real.

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You ain't even bought me a proper uniform.

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-We'll be back home by Friday.

-Nero...

-Sorry. I got to go.

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I'm late for the boring school you're making me go to!

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Attitude!

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CAR HORNS BEEP

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Oi, Ryan, you massive plank!

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-What are you doing here?

-I've come to tell you how much I'll miss you.

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You'll definitely be the coolest kid they've ever had in Cello Club.

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Yeah, yeah(!)

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It'll just be nice not to have you constantly trying to embarrass me.

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What? You mean like telling people about that time...

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-IN A LOUD VOICE:

-..that you wore those see-through trunks!

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Yeah.

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What about the time you called Mr Byron "Mum"?

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-Yeah.

-And what about the time you sat in that mince

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and the Doberman tried to bite your bum?

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Yes! Look, it's just going to be nice to have a fresh start

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where nobody knows me.

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Oi, meat cheeks!

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Hey, Ryan. Are you coming in or what?

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SCHOOL BELL RINGS

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Molly Finnegan, Ryan Woods!

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No standing in the road. Detention!

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Good luck with that fresh start, mate!

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CAR HORN BEEPS

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-Oi!

-Get off your bike!

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Wondering where to park your bike?

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Go back to Elmsbury - there's loads of space there.

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Go back to where you came!

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Don't worry, Ash. We'll look after you.

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What makes you think I'm scared of that lot?

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-Elmsbury!

-Egg!

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This is like real-life Angry Birds. I hate Angry Birds.

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They're well touchy, and they're birds.

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Excuse me.

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Crispin Bell, head teacher.

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I see.

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Aine O'Brien -

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also head teacher.

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Oh, yes. They said there'd be a job share...

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for a time.

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Well, until the governors decide

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we'll just have to manage between the two of us.

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-Absolutely.

-Let me show you where you'll be working.

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Oh, this is most...

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acceptable.

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Oh, I'm sorry,

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this is my office.

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You're next door.

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I think it's important we have our own space.

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-I...

-Good. Now, whilst I'm here,

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perhaps we could talk about general standards of discipline.

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I've put a lot of work into my school

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and I don't want to see that undone by your pupils.

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But this is Fowlmere,

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it's the worst school in the county.

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If anything, my lot will drive the standards up.

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Really?

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With the likes of...

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..Josh Carter, Ashley Newman,

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Zoe-Marie Ingham,

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Agness Adow.

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Challenging students, of course.

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But not unmanageable,

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not with the right hand.

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Even piranhas toe the line -

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when the shark's in town.

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Well, I hope so.

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Otherwise I will step in.

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Oh, great - late!

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Josh, give us a hand.

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PHONE RINGS

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Whoa, who's the girlfriend?

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Mr Bell asked me to do some first-aid demo,

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some sort of insurance thing cos of the fire.

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Here, grab her feet.

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No, man. I'm good.

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I mean, I'm cool, but even I wouldn't roll with this whole thing,

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so you're on your own.

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-Not a chance.

-Ah, come on! You're both being ridiculous.

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Who's going to say anything about this?

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CAR HORN HONKS All right?

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-What you doing with that dummy?

-Oh, I'm just...

-Oh.

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Sorry, mate, I was talking to the one in the tracksuit.

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THEY LAUGH

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OK, maybe you have a point.

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PHONE RINGS

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Oh, hey, Auntie.

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Where's Josh?

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No, you know what, I haven't seen him

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since he fell down that massive hole by reception...

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Give me the phone. Mum?

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Yeah, hi. I'm all right.

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I'm going to be fine, so don't call again, OK?

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Yeah. All right. Love you too, Mum.

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Yeah, bye-bye.

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"Love you too, Mum."

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Oh, what just happened?!

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You broke your key?

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Oi, Dexter!

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In these tough times,

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it's vital we all work together.

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PUPILS GROAN

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You may have to share your locker with another student.

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PUPILS GROAN

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You may even have to adapt to changes in your timetable.

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But I know that with the talent and dedication

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of our combined teaching staff,

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we will...

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LAUGHTER

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Don't ever embarrass me like that again.

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Don't you understand, we're fighting for our lives here!

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I am so sorry.

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Ah. Mrs O'Brien, meet one of Elmsbury's finest teachers.

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Mr Harris.

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He's really worked magic with some of our more challenging pupils.

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In fact, he was just saying he wouldn't mind running detention here

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if you really need to get a grip on some of your students.

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What?!

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That's rather Mr Nunn's domain.

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I wouldn't want to intrude.

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Oh, no, no, mate. You go right ahead.

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Good luck.

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I couldn't possibly...

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That's settled then. Dexter Harris is the new detention tsar.

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As Mr Bell seems so confident,

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I have no objection. Excuse me.

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You've got your own Taser and pepper spray or you want to borrow mine?

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Aw, man, someone is going to be well annoyed.

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-Eli, isn't this your stuff?

-Oh. Yeah.

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Sorry, man, I was told we had to share.

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You've got more stuff than The Queen crossed with my granny.

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Oh, wow! I was looking for that!

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Have you never heard of salmonella?

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That Italian kid in year nine?

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Oi!

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I'm Eli. This is Owen. He's a full-time scout.

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Dib dib dib - doorknob doorknob doorknob.

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I've told you it doesn't go like that!

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FLIES BUZZ

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Eurgh...

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Aw, you've got a locker buddy!

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Yeah, with rotten feet.

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Oi, Elmsbury! Gerroff!

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So, hi, I'm Josh...

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Ooh, Josh! Spiffing! What you doing in my locker?!

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It's my locker too...

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No, no, no, no. It's MINE. Got my name on it.

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What, "wazzock"?

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No, "Isaac"!

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What, "Isaac Wazzock?"

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No! Shurrup!

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Well, this has been delightful.

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What about your locker?

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We'll wait here till the Angry Man's finished.

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And then I'll take his stupid shoes

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and put them in that hole near reception.

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You seen this...?!

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What?

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I'm not doing Music?

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BELL RINGS

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Hey! What's in there? Is it a rat?

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Be my guest.

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Cookies.

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Do you reckon you can eat six of these in a minute?

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Don't be stupid. No-one could eat six of those in a minute.

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Stop it!

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We need to get to Geography!

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Have you any idea how easy it is to choke to death on a chocolate chip?

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Grand. Grand. The bell has gone. Why aren't you in lessons?

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Detention. And you? Name?

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-Mm-mm.

-What?

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Fine.

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Well, well, well. The famous Josh Carter.

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Detention for you too. Now get back to lessons.

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-Thanks a lot, Josh.

-Ain't my name. Not even my jumper.

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I'm only at this stupid school cos my parents had a row.

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The second they're back together I'm out of here.

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Well, while you are here, you might want stay out of trouble.

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Or...

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# Hey today might not be all bad

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# Got a licence to kill and there's trouble to be had

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# I could roam alone Wreak havoc on the school

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# Or maybe with these two sidekicks They seem cool

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# Well, maybe one of them But I could run with them

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# Make a lame school day seem fun again

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# OK, I never wanted to be here

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But now I'm here I might as well be Menace of the Year

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# Cos what have I got to lose?

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# I'm not even Nero here

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# I'm walking round in Josh's shoes!

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# And really what's the worst they can do? Expel me?

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# Mate, I'm leaving anyway, there's nothing you can tell me!

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# No-one knows my real name

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# Isn't that a real shame

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# Head teacher, listen up

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# You're about to feel pain!

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# Raise hell, now I'm gone, leave ya speechless

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# And leave Josh to pick up the pieces!

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# Yeah, this much is true

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# I've got nothing to lose

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# Yeah, this much is true

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# I've got nothing to lose. #

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This is a get out of jail free card.

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Just got to figure out how to use it.

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Right, exactly. Well, this is the thing.

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This is what you want to do. And you will like this.

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Punch the crocodile - BANG - right on the nose

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and it just lets go.

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Free first aid lesson, anyone?

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You're all right, mate.

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I've got cookies!

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I'll have a cookie.

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Great. You're Emma, right? My deputy?

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That's me. Looking forward to watching you work.

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Great!

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I suppose I could manage a cookie.

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Great! They're just...

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Ah, I think I've left them in my car.

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Back in a second.

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Oi! Dexter!

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Ow! Hey, Josh.

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Bit of an emergency, have you seen my biscuits.

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-What's this?

-Ah, right.

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Because of all the extra pupils, not everyone can do the subjects they want.

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So I have to do Home Economics instead of Music?

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Music is very popular.

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And surprisingly, making mango chutney isn't.

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The heads set the timetable, Josh. What do you want me to do?

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Yeah, I mean you're only the new Head of Music!

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Please! Please, man...

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I'll talk to Mr Bell.

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Are you crazy? Talk to the other one.

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She doesn't know who I am.

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Let's play some thrash metal!

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And afterwards we smash the instruments up!

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Um, I think not.

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Mrs O'Brien? About Josh Carter.

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What's he done now?

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Nothing! But he is a little upset

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at being switched from Music to Home Ec.

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Is that your class?

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Just..tuning up. So, about Josh?

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I'd be happy to squeeze him in.

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No. We have to have a limit or we find the teachers can't cope.

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I'll be fine.

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He's a really talented kid.

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-You should meet him.

-I already have.

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He was busily working his way through half a tin of biscuits.

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-He should have been...

-Biscuits? What kind of biscuits?

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Josh!

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Dexter! My man! You talked to O'Brien about me doing Music?

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-Yes, I have.

-And..?

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And the rules will not be being bent for a cookie thief.

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What you on about? I didn't steal your rotten cookies!

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You're doing Home Economics. End of.

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And you can start by making me some blinking biscuits!

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So they're not letting me do Music!

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Oh, don't worry, I'm sure Mumsy will sort you out with some private lessons.

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Only if they sell his pony.

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I knew it. You've got a pony?!

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Yeah! Everyone in our tower block has one living on their balcony.

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-Yeah?

-No, you spanner!

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I mean, like, this is unbelievable!

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Music's the one thing I was actually good at.

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I wanted to do Woodwork

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but O'Brien don't trust me with the circular saw.

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It's not like I meant to cut that leg off.

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Table leg?

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Maybe.

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So what are you doing instead?

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Music.

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Isaac wants to do Woodwork when he's doing Music.

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And Lyndon, she's doing Woodwork but she wants to do ICT.

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Agnes is doing ICT but she really wants to do Ceramics.

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This sounds like a logistical nightmare...

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Sir, look it's not. We just need to swap.

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Is that your office, Sir?

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No, that's the...toilet. This is actually my room here.

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Oh, this is nice, sir.

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Lovely desk, sir.

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Yeah, you've really settled in well, sir. That's a lovely...

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A lovely handbag.

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Maybe you should go.

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But we really need to discuss our options, sir.

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I want to power drill. Tell 'im.

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Are you sure that's a loo, sir?

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It's just the only thing to wee in is this old plant.

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All right! Fine, do whatever you want!

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What? So we can swap?

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Yes, yes, just get out of my office!

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-You what?!

-Cool!

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I think you'll find that Mr Harris has not in fact got a body

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-in the back of his car.

-I saw it with my eyes, fathead!

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This is classic serial killer behaviour.

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What, killing people?

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You know Mr Harris. Would a man like that do a thing like this?

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Oh, yeah, for sure.

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See! Ah, he saw me. He knows I'm on to him!

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He's bound to do you next. Cover his tracks.

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Yeah, this is not rubbish.

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You should call the police.

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-Yeah, I better...

-Don't! He'll totally get you, then!

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Oi, phone...

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-Give it!

-No, no, don't fight. Just give her the phone.

-Let go!

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All right, all right. Cut it out. What's going on here?

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Never mind that, Miss. The more important thing here is

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how long do you reckon you could balance this on your head?

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Two seconds?

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It's not that great. Is it, Miss?

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Your name is going on the detention list, Josh Carter.

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And it is never coming off.

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Why'd you do that?

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Got you out of trouble, didn't it?

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Yeah, but you're in detention.

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That's where you're wrong.

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I'm not, Josh Carter is.

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Stop complaining. Everybody should know how to make an apple crumble.

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-But you said I could do Music!

-And then I spoke to Mrs O'Brien.

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And what, she just over-ruled you?

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Absolutely not!

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We discussed it, energetically,

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and we both agreed that we cannot change the school timetable.

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Certainly not for somebody

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who's behaved as atrociously as you have today.

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What? What have I done?

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Playing truant, assaulting a teacher with a sausage roll,

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stealing a tin of cookies.

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Says who?

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Mrs O'Brien.

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She's personally going to step in to address your behaviour.

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# What's going on?

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# Why does everyone think I'm bluffin' here?

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# Yeah, maybe it's a first

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# But I ain't done nothing here!

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# I've been busy This Miss O'Brien, who is she?

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# And what is her beef with me?

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# She don't know me

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# Man, is she dizzy?

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# Maybe it's time I speak with O'Brien

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# No keeping the peace Just a piece of my mind

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# Drawing a line I'm going to do music

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# Make her an offer She can't refuse it

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# Bang! Kick down the door, next!

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# Bang! My fist on the desk, man!

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# She ain't seen me vexed!

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# She don't want to test And yet, and yet, and yet...

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TRACK SKIPS BACKWARDS

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# Suddenly I'm not so sure

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# Is now a good time for all out war?

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# Maybe it's wrong to go so raw

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# Never really worked when I tried it before

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# What I've got to do is try and stay calm

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# Hit her with a bit of the Carter charm

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# Play it cool There's no better logic

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# Maybe even go to Home Economics

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# All's fair in love and war

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# But which one do I want to do more?

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# Is it lots of love or is it boxing gloves?

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# No ifs and buts I've got to be sure

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# All's fair in love and war

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# But which one do I want to do more?

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# Is it lots of love or is it boxing gloves?

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# No ifs and buts I've got to be sure. #

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See?

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-It's just a first-aid dummy.

-Oh, downer.

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Cool!

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Can I have a go at CPR?

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Nah. I've got a better idea.

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Delivery for Mrs O'Brien.

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Hello, Joshua.

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-What, so you actually saw a dead body?

-Yeah...

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Settle down, everyone.

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Good.

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So, welcome to detention.

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Sir, is it true you have a dead body in your car?

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No, it isn't.

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I keep all my dead bodies under the floorboards(!)

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HE LAUGHS

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No! I do not have a dead body in my car.

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That ain't what Eleesha's saying.

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You told them I have a dead body in my car?

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No. No, definitely not...

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I didn't see anything.

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Please don't hurt me!

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Oh! You must have seen Brenda,

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my first-aid dummy!

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I thought people would laugh at me so I put a bit of blanket on her.

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Well, if you don't believe me you can come and see for yourselves.

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It's just a first-aid dummy. See?

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There's nothing in there, Sir.

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What?!

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OK. So, we dress it up like O'Brien

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-and sit it at the drum kit.

-Rock'n'roll!

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Why?

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O'Brien, playing the drums. Come on, it's funny.

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He were just trying to lure us to his car!

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-THEY ALL MUTTER IN SHOCK

-You're a murderer.

-Murderer.

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No, no! I can explain.

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Wait here!

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What do you think you're playing at?

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DRUMS BEAT LOUDLY

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Look. He's got Mrs O'Brien!

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It's OK! Don't worry. Look!

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THEY SCREAM

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You! My office, now!

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There's O'Brien.

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Leg it!

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Look, I promise I've not done anything!

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-All I've been doing is baking cakes!

-Then why am I here?

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Because this Miss O'Brien has it in for me!

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First, she tells me I can't do Music,

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then she's blaming me for a bunch of stuff I've not even done.

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Oh, come on. Look, I know how this sounds

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but it's true!

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-O'BRIEN:

-Ah, Mrs Carter.

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I'm sorry to drag you in but I'm afraid your son's behaviour

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has left me with no other option.

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I haven't even done anything!

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-And you are?

-I'm Josh Carter.

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But this is Josh Carter.

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No. That's Nero, Josh's cousin.

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I had a mouthful of biscuits. You made assumptions.

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-This is on you.

-Oh, dear.

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So, has Josh done something wrong?

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It would appear not.

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All right, finally!

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Thank you!

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Wait a minute.

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What have I done now?!

0:26:020:26:03

Josh said something about not being allowed to do Music?

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We've had to make a few small changes to the timetable,

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I'm afraid.

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Have you any idea what music means to Josh?

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Do you realise the hours he puts in after school?

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Well, maybe this is a good opportunity

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for him to concentrate on other areas.

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Yes, yes. No, I do wish

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he would concentrate more on Maths and English.

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But with music,

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Josh has a passion.

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What, so you're just going to ignore that?

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You make a very persuasive case, Mrs Carter.

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-I'm sure there's something that we can...

-Good!

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Yes, do that.

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Excuse me.

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Boys!

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I'm just going to take these!

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If ever you want to step in, in the future,

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do go ahead.

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Totally shredded her to bits! That was awesome!

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Yeah, just because you haven't done anything this time,

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doesn't mean I still haven't got my eye on you.

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Yeah, right. Sure, you're completely right.

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I told you taking that dummy to school was a stupid idea.

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Yeah. Well, I...

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I was actually talking to the one in the tracksuit.

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Oi, I don't know what you're laughing at, mister.

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You're well going to catch it off that O'Brien.

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Nah, I'm golden.

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I'll be back at my old school in no time.

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Hello, love! Got you a present.

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You mean we're really staying here? Like for real?

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Unlucky, Cuz.

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Eh, do you want a cupcake?

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I made them with my own fair hands.

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-# Can't live with 'em

-# And you can't kick 'em out

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-# When they're up they rub it in your face

-# Kick you when you're down

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-# When no-one understands them

-# You know what they're on about

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-# Always going to be around

-# Got to find a common ground

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# If you know so much about me

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# Where do I go from here?

0:28:070:28:09

-# If you see them everyday

-# You can never get away... #

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When Josh and Nero arrive at their new school, Nero decides it's time to have some fun - at Josh's expense. Meanwhile, Dexter tries to impress his new colleagues with a first-aid demonstration and nearly scares his new pupils to death.


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