Museum 4 O'Clock Club


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Museum

Comedy series. Bell agrees to take Maddie's son on a trip to the local museum - but loses him! And Amber tries to convince Ingrid that mummies really exist.


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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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# Washed out, stressed 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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# 4 O'Clock, 4 O'Clock, 4 O'Clock. #

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-Morning, pal.

-Morning, bestie.

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Ooh! Would that happen to be your amazing science essay?

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Yeah, it is.

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-Hooray.

-Yay.

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-And you're not copying it.

-Oh.

-What?

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Sorry, but you've already got me two detentions this week.

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My mum's going to kill me if I get another one.

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Yeah.

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Leave her alone.

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Could I copy it instead, though?

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Why doesn't anyone ask to copy my science essay?

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It's original, it's beautifully written and it contains

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an extremely compelling description of the concept of relativity.

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Fine. Can I borrow your science essay, spodjob?

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No, but I can assure you that if you did, you'd get an A*.

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SHE SIGHS What are we going to do now?

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Miss Harper is going to throw a proper one.

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Would you like me to help with your homework?

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Really?

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No. Have fun in detention, reprobates.

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Brilliant.

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# Got to find a way out of detention

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-# Not to mention

-The attention

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# It's going to take to do the best thing

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-# Or the worst thing

-Write a sentence

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-# Do the homework

-Oh, yeah

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# Nah That won't work

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-# That's no fun

-Use our imagination

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# I did the homework, miss But my pet parrot ate my bag

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# When it was packed

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# Tried to beg him to cough it up

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# He repeated the same thing back Drove me mad

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# Or you could have just done the work

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# You were supposed to do in the first place

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# Cheaters don't come first place

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# Sounds like hard work

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# We don't wanna do no hard work

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# Writing essays is hard work

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# We don't wanna do no hard work

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# Hard work

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# Oh, I'm not getting involved

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# Won't be a naughty kid any more

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# If I wanna be a doctor or a pilot

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# Architect or a software designer

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# I gotta step my grades up Get the highest

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# No more ducking and diving

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# No more flunking and skiving

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# No more The rules I'm abiding by

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# If everyone had done the work weeks before

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# Then it wouldn't feel so much like a chore

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# We don't defend cheaters

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# They'll never win

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# Hard work always pays off in the end

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# And it sounds just like hard work

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# We ain't gonna do no hard work

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# If we borrow someone's homework

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# Let somebody else do the hard work

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# Hard work. #

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Woo-ooo-ooo!

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What are you doing?

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Isn't it obvious?

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I'm being a mummy.

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Apparently, they've got one at the museum

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and Darnesh has got a bit overexcited. Bless!

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An actual real-life mummy.

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Do you think they talk like they do in the movies?

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Nah.

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But they'll probably strangle you.

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Everyone knows mummies are cursed.

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Oh, my word, Amber, do you actually believe that?

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No. Duh! It's a joke.

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Yeah, right. You're such a baby.

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You're probably going to go crying to your mummy later

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cos of the mummy.

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Get it? Lol!

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She is such an idiot.

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I know, right?

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Woo-ooo-ooo!

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Woo-ooo-ooo!

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COMPUTER BEEPS AND HE SIGHS

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Oh, Maddie. Er, Miss Harper.

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-THEY CHUCKLE

-I'm just doing the accounts.

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Heavy is the head that wears the crown.

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Crispin, it's about the museum trip.

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Oh. Yes, thanks for helping.

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Don't think it hasn't been noticed by those up top.

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Is it all right if I bring my son?

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Your son?

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I wouldn't normally ask, but Mum was supposed to be baby-sitting him

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and now she's got a fever.

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I'm sure we can step up.

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-How old is the little blighter?

-11.

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Why don't I come as well?

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We can get to know each other a little bit better.

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It's a great idea.

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Er, seeing as you and I live together,

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our sons are practically stepbrothers.

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Don't you have to do the accounts?

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I'm sure the school can cope without me for an afternoon.

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Oh, and, er, Maddie...

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..if you ever need a favour...

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..just ask. I mean, I may be your boss,

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but first and foremost, I'm your friend

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and landlord.

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But mainly your friend.

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Thanks, Crispin, means a lot.

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Oh, and as for the water bill,

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just feel free to make a bank transfer whenever you can.

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Guys, this is wrong.

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What if Polly finds out?

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She ain't going to, is she? Unless you tell her.

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Oh!

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A diary.

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Do you think she fancies me?

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Sorry to break it to you, but no.

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Guys, this is theft.

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I do not want to do my A-levels in prison.

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Here it is. Polly's science essay.

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Now all we've got to do is copy it

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and change all the long words to short ones.

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Polly's science essay. Thanks, guys.

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Hey, you can't do that.

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What, are you going to tell her I nicked it while you were trying

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to nick it, too? Spoiler alert - even you're not that stupid.

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Laters, haters.

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Miss you - pookie.

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So I have to brief Isaac, sign off the accounts,

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take double history and supervise detention.

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Too much too soon?

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No. No, no, no, no.

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Just the challenge I've been waiting for. Don't you worry.

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The school is safe with me.

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I should get a dustpan and brush.

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All sorted.

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Science Museum, here I come.

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Idiots.

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I'd rather go on a trip to the dentist for a root canal

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than be stuck on a bus with that bunch of animals.

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Well, no surprise there.

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Helping out on school trips is a job for our more dedicated staff.

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Which is why that was a joke and I would absolutely love to volunteer.

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Ah, great. Well, I'll see you both in the car park at three o'clock.

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Who's the most dedicated PE teacher at Elmsmere now?

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-It's not a competition.

-Tell that to the redundancy panel.

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Mm!

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They're vegan.

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You're going to write Polly another science essay in 10 minutes.

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No good can come of this.

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Can't we just say we lost it or...?

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No, you know what she's like when she gets all grumpy.

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We're just going to have to write a new one from scratch.

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-You know what who's like when she gets all grumpy?

-Erm...

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Miss Harper.

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When we don't hand our homework in.

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So we decided, er...

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We're just going to do it.

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Really? All right, well, see you at lunch.

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-Yeah.

-Bye.

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Right, guys, we've got five minutes.

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Tell me everything you know about the Big Bang.

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Can't wait for this school trip.

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The only thing I love more than PE is science.

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-Well, that and chilli peanuts.

-Crispin.

-Ah, Maddie.

-Sorry.

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-Am I interrupting something?

-Er, no.

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Graham's just leaving.

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Was I? It's fine, I'll stay here.

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-About the school trip.

-It's all set.

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I've reserved four seats on the coach so we can play I Spy.

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-I can't make it.

-Oh, no! Why not?

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Mum's fever got worse, so I have to take her to the hospital.

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Slacker.

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I'm sorry. Don't worry. We can get to know each other another time.

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If you've still got a job by then.

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Actually, I haven't got anyone to look after Jack, so I was

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wondering if he could go with you.

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You want me to take your son on the school trip?

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Yeah. Unless it's going to be a problem.

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Oh, no, not at all.

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-I'd be delighted.

-Thanks, Crispin.

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I really appreciate it.

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Sorry. Mr Bell.

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It's nothing. I am after all...

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..boss second and friend first.

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"Thanks, Crispin."

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Theft, breaking and entering.

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Quite the little crime spree you all have going on.

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Quick, before she gets back from the loos.

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Before who gets back from the loos?

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-Erm...

-Mm...

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Hand it over.

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What's this?

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Erm, your science essay.

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"The universe started with the Big Bang.

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"Like when you blow up an empty crisp bag and pop it...but bigger.

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"And then the universe went flying out of it like crisps.

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"But made of planets instead of potato"?!

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Sorry, we, er...lost it.

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But it's cool, cos we've written you a new one.

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It's not cool. It's, like, the worst thing I've ever read.

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What am I going to say to Miss Harper now?

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Thanks, guys. Thanks a lot.

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No problem.

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No, I'm not extending the deadline again.

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Please, Miss, it's not my fault.

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You said that last time.

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It's true.

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My friends...

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Some kids tried to copy it and it got lost and...

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-SHE SIGHS

-Never mind.

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-Please, can I just hand it in tomorrow?

-No.

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You have to start taking your work more seriously.

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Your grades have been getting worse every week.

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Yeah, well, maybe it would help if I wasn't stuck in this cruddy school.

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What did you say?

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Even you've got to admit Elmsmere's a bit of a dump.

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Detention.

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But, Miss!

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Sorry, lateness I can forgive,

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but not a bad attitude.

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But, Miss, I can't get another detention.

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My mum said that...

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ENGINE STARTS

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Brilliant.

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She said if I get another detention,

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then she's going to ground me for the rest of term.

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-HE SIGHS

-Wow.

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Your life's going to be totally ruined.

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You won't be able to go to Chickentastic

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or the end of term party or anything.

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She knows that, you spanner.

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Yeah, try and be a bit more sensitive.

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Can't you just make up another reason why you're late?

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No way.

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-I'm rubbish at lying.

-Yeah. You are.

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But we're not.

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An art exhibition?

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Yeah. I told you about it, remember?

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I'm helping out, showing people round.

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Wow.

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Well, I really proud of you, honey.

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Thanks. It's a really big exhibition,

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quite big deal.

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OK, well, I mean, it's a bit late notice, but I think I can make it.

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What?!

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-Er...no, you don't have to come.

-Don't be silly.

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I wouldn't miss it for the world if it's that big a deal.

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Look, I know you had a rocky start at Elmsmere,

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but it's great that you're finally finding your feet.

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Bye, love.

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She's coming to the exhibition.

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What exhibition?

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The one we're going to have to put on to stop me from getting grounded.

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Come on, everybody on.

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And no food fights, otherwise I'll lock you all in the boot.

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Oh, hello.

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You must be Jack. Pleased to meet you.

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This is Mr Bell, he'll be looking out for you this afternoon.

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I'm sure we'll get on like a house on fire. Won't we, my little fella?

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Oh, CJ. This is Maddie's son, Jack.

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Dad, do I have to go on this stupid science trip?

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I hate museums almost as much as I hate this cruddy school.

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Well, you're going to need an education.

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Unless you want to end up unblocking toilets like your stepdad.

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Mum says he makes more money than you.

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Take this, play Candy Crunch. Keep quiet.

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And don't go buying any more speedboats on eBay.

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I'm still getting hassled to pick up the last one.

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Right, I should go.

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And, Jack, be good for Mr Bell, won't you?

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I'm sure he'll be no trouble at all.

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Oi, babies. Looking forward to going to the museum,

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or are you all scared of the cursed mummy? Ooh!

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She's well twisting my melon.

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SHE GROANS # I've had enough of her

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# Time to get one up on her

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# Sick of all her jokes and jeering

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# If it's not about what I'm wearing

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# It's about how small I am

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# Taking the mickey I'm not a clown

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# I'm just Amber and I'm proud Time to turn the tables round

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-HE GROANS

-# It's gone from bad to worse

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# Going to school was bad enough

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# Now I've got to go on a dumb school trip

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# And now my dad's brought along some kid

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# He's got no bants Boring as

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# A weekend trapped round at my nan's

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# Stuck on a coach When will it end?

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# I'm not in the mood to make friends

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# It's payback time for all the times you wound me up

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# It's time to put them in their place

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# It's time to put them in their place

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# Put them in their place, yeah!

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# I can't believe my mum

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# Dumping me with this sorry bunch of melons

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# In this stupid town with her weirdo boss's annoying son

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# Thinks he's cool but he's really not

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# Refuses to talk or share his stuff Fair enough

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# Let them have their way

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# But I'm going to put them in their place

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# They can't hold you down

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# Never be afraid

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# When life serves you lemons

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# You make lemonade

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-# Yeah, I've got this covered

-Yeah, I'm slick and smooth

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# All I need's a plan

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# So what should I do?

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# Superglue That never fails

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# Tell her it's gloss for her nails

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# Jump on a coach Flatten the wheels

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# Cancel the trip for Happy Meals

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# I could pretend I'm really ill

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# They'll stop the coach and I'll run for the hills

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# That sounds like a plan

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# Time to plan for real

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# They can't hold you down

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# Never be afraid

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# When life serves you lemons

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# You make lemonade

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# There's no point in sulking

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# Sitting on the fence

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# Time to turn the tables round

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# And get revenge. #

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Are you sure you don't want me to go through this just one last time?

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No. No, no, no. No need.

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It's all here. You enjoy your trip.

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Oi, you lot! No shouting, no fighting, and no toilet stops.

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Enough!

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Hey! Hey! Downstairs toilets are blocked and we ran out of plungers.

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Do you want me to bleach it or take a look in the pipes?

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Erm... You're the expert. What do you think?

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I don't know. You're the boss while Bell's gone. You tell me.

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Bleach it?

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Oh...

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If you say so.

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He said no toilet stops.

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I'm not using that chemical toilet. Not after the last time.

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-LAUGHTER

-What happened last time?

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Oh, Dad got locked in the loo

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by some kids from the single parent support group.

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It was pretty funny.

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LAUGHTER

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Right, everyone, while I'm in the toilets, Mr Nunn is in charge.

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Any of you lot move and I'm telling the driver to put on Radio 2.

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Is that...?

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-Godzilla.

-Godzilla.

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It's a symbol...

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..of...

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Of...

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..the destructive power of climate change

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and the terrible toll it could take.

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Wow.

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Look at you.

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I'm really impressed.

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I know I see myself as a maverick.

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Some people...

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It's not for me to say, really, but some people have described me

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as a...genius.

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It's powerful stuff.

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Excuse me. Another visitor.

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What are you lot still doing in school?

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Who's that?

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No-one.

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-Must be someone.

-Hm.

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Hello. Can I help at all?

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Oh, no. I'm just here for the art exhibition

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and this lot are doing a wonderful job of showing me around.

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Ah, yes, the art exhibition. I remember now.

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-You do?

-Yeah.

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Yeah, it's all here. Let me give you the guided tour.

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Stop running. Stop running! Listen to me!

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34... We're definitely missing somebody.

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Get off that skeleton! Get off!

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Sir, did you know there's a cursed mummy at this museum?

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What are you going on about?

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Apparently, if it's disturbed from its deathly slumber,

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it rises from the dead

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and strangles the first person it sets its boggly eyes on.

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Oi, Spamber, you complete whatever.

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CJ, when was the last time you saw Jack?

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He got off at the service station to buy a Twix.

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What?

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Oh, no. No, no, no, no.

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# All I wanted to do is impress

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# Make Maddie believe I'm the best

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# Responsible, caring Stepdad material

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# Crispin Bell, a real superhero

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# But I've got one child unaccounted for

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# Lost a kid on an outing

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# Not the work of the hero

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# More like the work of a clown

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# Whose dad skills aren't desirable

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# I've done my cover Now what will I do?

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# Wanted to prove to Bell I'm the one

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# My teaching skills are second to none

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# Instead, this trip has been a disaster

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# Kids running riot Hard to look after

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# Not at all what I set out to be

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# What do I do? I'm in too deep!

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# Big trouble

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# We had the best intentions

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# But it wasn't enough

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# We're in big trouble

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# We should be the ones in detention

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# We really messed up

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# Big trouble!

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# The object of my desire isn't to run round looking for fire

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# On the school premises Wanted to impress the head

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# But instead I've glommed it in seconds

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# And if the school burns up into flames

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# Whilst I'm in charge then who's to blame?

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# Me, not you I've got to keep cool

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# I don't want to blow it What should I do?

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# Put a smile on the face of my mum

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# That's all I ever wanted

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# But somehow I took a wrong turn

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# Stories of fire Nothing was burnt

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# Fake exhibitions Watch where I tread

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# Looks like I'm way out of my depth

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# Took it too far, made a wrong move

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# Now what am I going to do?

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# Big trouble

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# We had the best intentions

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# But it wasn't enough

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# We're in big trouble

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# We're in big trouble

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# Now what are we going to do? #

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Graham, there's been an emergency. You're in charge.

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-What? You're going to leave me alone with this rabble?

-Yes.

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-Is there a problem with that?

-No. Of course not. It's all cool.

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Oi, Kumar! Stop snogging that elephant!

0:20:170:20:19

CJ, you're coming with me.

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-Do I have to?

-Yes.

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-Two pairs of eyes are better than one. Come on.

-All right.

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Taxi!

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I need to go to a petrol station.

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I can't remember what it's called, but I'll recognise it

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-when we get there.

-PHONE RINGS

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It's next to a road.

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It had petrol pumps in it.

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Hi, is that Crispin?

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Dad's busy.

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Can you pass on a message?

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Whatever.

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Tell him Jack's with me. He called me.

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I've picked him up now.

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Sorry he wandered off. He can be a bit absent-minded sometimes.

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Fine.

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Who was that?

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Someone trying to sell insurance. I told them to shove off.

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Oh, good lad.

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Anyway, into the taxi, quick.

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He's only gone a few minutes. He can't have got far.

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Now, remember what I said.

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Just mope about until you hear Ingrid.

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Mope about. Got it.

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Then jump out and scare her.

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He looks more like a blocked toilet.

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Oi! I am the scariest mummy this museum has ever seen.

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Do you think I'll bump into another one,

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and we'll have a mummy fight?

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Right, we're off to find the others. Smell you later, mummy face.

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Later.

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Mummies don't wear glasses.

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-How am I meant to see, then?

-Well, you see that statue there?

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Kind of.

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Hide behind it until you hear Ingrid's annoying yakking.

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Wait...

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That statue or that statue?

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HE SIGHS

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Now I see why mummies are always in bad moods.

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-Yeah, this looks like the place.

-Yeah.

0:22:200:22:23

-Oh, that's him.

-Mm-hm.

-There he is. Ah, good.

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Right, come on.

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There you are. Get in the car. Oh, sorry. Wrong boy.

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Oi! What are you up to?

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It's a mistake. Nothing to see here.

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Did you just tell my son to get in your car?

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Sorry, I got him mixed up with another boy.

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-There's nothing to worry about.

-Yeah, yeah. Tell it to the police.

0:22:430:22:46

-Oh, come off it. I'm not a criminal. Am I, CJ?

-Er...

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-Right, come on.

-Whoa, whoa. You're not going anywhere.

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-That's 40 quid, mate.

-£40? I could have been carried here for that.

0:22:530:22:58

-You're not paying?

-I am not.

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Oh, right.

0:23:010:23:02

So I suppose you're going to phone the police on me as well, are you?

0:23:020:23:06

Look, there's no need for the police. No, wait. Stop.

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-They'll just be engaged if you phone them together.

-Classic.

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Excuse me, madam,

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you don't happen to have seen a group of schoolchildren?

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Rude!

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Look, mummies lived ages ago and they're all dead now,

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so there's no way they can be.

0:23:270:23:28

Wait, hold it. Sh!

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Freeze.

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Why's that, sir? Are you scared it was the mummy?

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No, obviously.

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If anyone's scared of mummies round here, it's her.

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Am not!

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Yeah, you are. You're both a pair of scaredy bears.

0:23:400:23:43

Scaredy bears! Scaredy bears!

0:23:430:23:46

Shut up! Shut up! There are no mummies!

0:23:460:23:48

Oooh!

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Aargh!

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You were supposed to scare Ingrid, you plank.

0:23:510:23:55

Someone is in serious trouble about this.

0:23:550:23:57

I don't know what you're looking so grumpy about.

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It wasn't me, it was them.

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Anyway, it's not like I smashed it. I've got amazing balance.

0:24:020:24:05

Woo...

0:24:050:24:06

SIREN WAILS

0:24:110:24:13

I paid the fare. Can I please go now?

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OK, but no more arguing with taxi drivers or attempted kidnap,

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if you think that's something you can handle, Mr Bell.

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Yes.

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How was I supposed to know it was a Grecian urn?

0:24:280:24:30

It looked like the sort of thing the funeral parlour stuck my Nana in.

0:24:300:24:34

Trust you, Spamber, getting the teacher arrested.

0:24:340:24:37

Guess you were right. Mummies ARE cursed.

0:24:370:24:40

Lol.

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Silly question,

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but weren't we supposed to be making Ingrid look stupid?

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AMBER SIGHS

0:24:490:24:51

Crispin Junior, come on.

0:24:510:24:54

Graham. I thought you had everything under control.

0:24:540:24:56

I did, until I was attacked by a mummy.

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Ow! Get off! That pinches!

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Remind me never to leave Graham in charge of a school trip again.

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You won't have to, cos once Maddie finds that you lost her son,

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you won't have a school.

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KIDS LAUGH AND SCREAM

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You're right.

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We'll have to take these back and

0:25:170:25:19

then round up some sort of search party and look for Jack. Come on.

0:25:190:25:22

All right, fellas. You've got me.

0:25:220:25:25

I'm the brains behind the heist at the museum.

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But I don't want to spend the rest of my life rotting away

0:25:270:25:31

in some lousy downtown jail, so why don't you fetch me a cola whisky

0:25:310:25:34

and I'll start singing like a canary?

0:25:340:25:37

Mr Nunn, I've already told you, the investigation's over.

0:25:370:25:41

You're free to go.

0:25:410:25:42

Can I take these handcuffs as a souvenir?

0:25:420:25:45

Killjoys!

0:25:450:25:47

Right, everybody off. Quickly.

0:25:550:25:57

Right, he can't have got far.

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Unless he's hitchhiked.

0:26:010:26:03

Crispin?

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Ah, I didn't see you there.

0:26:060:26:08

About Jack - look, I don't want to worry you...

0:26:080:26:11

Ah, there you are. Little scamp.

0:26:110:26:13

Did CJ pass on my message?

0:26:150:26:17

Message?

0:26:170:26:18

Oh, I forgot. Maddie got Jack.

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Everything's fine.

0:26:210:26:23

Right.

0:26:230:26:24

I hope he hasn't caused too much trouble.

0:26:250:26:28

Trouble? No.

0:26:280:26:30

Enjoyed every minute.

0:26:300:26:32

Good, because I wanted to ask if Jack could move in.

0:26:320:26:37

-What?

-Move in?

0:26:370:26:39

-To the flat?

-Yeah.

0:26:390:26:41

Unless that's going to be a problem.

0:26:410:26:43

-WHISPERING:

-It's a problem!

-Problem?

0:26:430:26:45

No, of course not.

0:26:450:26:47

He can share CJ's room.

0:26:470:26:48

Dad!

0:26:480:26:49

-Everything all right at school? Please say yes.

-Absolutely.

0:26:510:26:54

-The art exhibition was a big success.

-Art exhibition?

0:26:540:26:57

Polly made an amazing tour guide, didn't you, love?

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I'm not sure why.

0:27:010:27:03

She was supposed to be in detention.

0:27:030:27:05

It's getting late. We should be going home.

0:27:060:27:08

You never told me you got another detention.

0:27:080:27:10

Of course she isn't going to

0:27:100:27:12

tell you if you threaten to ground her all the time.

0:27:120:27:14

Right, so you just lied to me on purpose.

0:27:140:27:17

Thanks, Eli.

0:27:170:27:18

Is that the time?

0:27:190:27:21

Yeah, we're going to miss our...

0:27:210:27:23

I can explain.

0:27:230:27:24

Too late. You're grounded.

0:27:240:27:25

And you need to get a grip on your pupils.

0:27:250:27:28

Come on.

0:27:300:27:31

# Can't live with 'em

0:27:320:27:33

# And you can't kick 'em out

0:27:330:27:34

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

0:27:340:27:36

# Kick you when you're down

0:27:360:27:37

# But when no-one understands them

0:27:370:27:39

# You know what they're on about

0:27:390:27:40

# Always gonna be around

0:27:400:27:41

# Gotta find a common ground

0:27:410:27:42

# If you know so much about me

0:27:420:27:46

# Where do I go from here?

0:27:460:27:47

# If you see 'em every day

0:27:470:27:48

# You can never get away

0:27:480:27:49

# Only time that you're the boss? 4 o'clock. #

0:27:490:27:52

Bell agrees to take Maddie's son on a trip to the local museum - but loses him! And Amber tries to convince Ingrid that mummies really exist, using Darnesh and some toilet roll.