Pride of Scarborough All At Sea


Pride of Scarborough

Charlie and his family run a bed and breakfast by the sea. Everyone thinks Charlie has foiled a burglary, but has the whole truth been told?


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Good morning, Hannah.

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No, it isn't! If it's so good,

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how come Sophie Baxter's

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uninvited me to her party?!

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Well, you don't even get on with Sophie.

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What about all your other friends?

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My other friends, who are going to Sophie's party?

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Well...there's always Carol.

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So?

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HE LAUGHS

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Like Carol would want to hang out with Hannah!

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Carol would LOVE to hang out with me.

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She thinks I'm well cool.

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Yeah, no, yeah, no... that's what I meant,

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cos she's always sort of, "You know, can I...?"

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And you're always like, "Oh, what...?"

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I'm just going to fix this.

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OK, I'll call Carol. Happy?

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(Hopeless!)

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Dad?

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Yes, champ?

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Do you think one day they'll make robots that look like people?

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Who knows? Maybe they already have.

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Then how do I know I'M not a robot?

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Well. B-Because you've got feelings, haven't you?

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But what if the robot factory put feelings in me,

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to make me more realistic?

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Yes, no, good point. Then I don't suppose we'd ever know

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unless we opened up the top of your head

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and had a little look inside, would we?

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The humans want to open us up and learn our secrets.

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We must be on our guard.

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-There's your fruit salad.

-Thank you.

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And your full English, Mrs Rigby.

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Thank you.

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Now, would you like any sauce with that?

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Um...some ketchup, perhaps?

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-SCREAMING BEN:

-Can we stop now?!

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-Charlie!

-Kids, eh?

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Yes. Not my kids, though. Obviously.

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-Probably some off the estate.

-Yeah.

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-It's not their fault, really. I blame the parents.

-Yeah...

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Although, you know, the parents probably are trying their hardest,

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whoever they are.

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Obviously not trying hard enough.

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SCREAMING CONTINUES

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Mind you, we've always been very lucky with Nathan, haven't we?

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Your son?

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Nephew. He's in the finals of the Pride Of Scarborough.

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We've come up to support him.

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Oh.

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"Scarborough's Premiere Award For Child Bravery."

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He saved a horse from drowning.

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Mm...very unusual.

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They can surprise you sometimes, can't they?

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-BEN:

-LET ME GO! ARRRRGH!

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Yes, they can.

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-POTTERY SMASHES

-Charlie!

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(Would you excuse me?)

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-CHARLIE:

-Outstanding.

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Sorry, Mrs Enright. I was dizzy and I tripped over it.

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Collateral damage.

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Do you have to be so irresponsible all the time?

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Yeah, Dad! I mean, leaving it there. Ben could have been killed!

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I was talking to YOU!

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It was an accident waiting to happen.

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And now it HAS happened, we can all relax.

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That was your grandad's gnome.

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Honestly, I've had it up to here with you, Charlie Enright!

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You're right, Mum.

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I'm sorry.

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I shall go.

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Get right out of your way.

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Like on a roller coaster!

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If you give us some money, we can all go.

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You are getting nothing until that's repaired.

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I've had enough of you showing me up in front of the...

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SHE CLEARS HER THROAT

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Oh! Mrs Rigby.

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Do you know, turns out it was one of my kids after all.

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That ketchup?

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Yes! Of course. Yes.

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I want that back to me in one piece or you're grounded.

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But it's The Hurricane - it's the scariest roller coaster ever!

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It's its last day in town!

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Back. In. One. Piece.

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HE SIGHS

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Worry not, Charlie.

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Fixing stuff is a lot simpler than it looks.

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TOASTER FIZZES AND POPS

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-Incoming!

-ARGH!

-THUD!

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TOASTER FIZZES AND CRACKLES

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Yep, that's done it.

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Hi, Carol. I figured you don't get out much,

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so maybe tonight, me and you...

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Sophie's party? Seriously?!

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Well, yeah, I was invited,

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but I've got something much more interesting to go to.

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Oh. That interesting thing's starting, so I've got to go... Bye!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Ugh...

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It's a gnome. He's just a kid.

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So's the Rigbys' nephew - and he's up for Pride Of Scarborough award.

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-He saved a horse from drowning.

-Y'see, I thought horses could swim.

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Cos they're quite big, aren't they, horses?

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So you imagine they'd hold their breath for, like...

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Well, if you multiply the volume of...

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I don't want to calculate the lung capacity of a horse, Kevin!

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I want sympathy.

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I know what'll cheer you up. Have a look at this.

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A hot tub?

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Picture it - you and me,

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having a lovely, long soak as we watch the sun go down.

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Mm... The dying rays playing on a line of bedsheets.

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-Sounds wonderful(!)

-OK, well...

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just come to the showroom, see what you think.

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-Apparently, the bubbles are very therapeutic.

-Mm.

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Hmm!

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And they have got lights - red ones, blue ones, green ones.

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(Lots of coloured lights.)

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Well, I've not decided yet...

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Finished!

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What...is that?

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It's a gnome.

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OK, maybe a mutant gnome.

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I said repair it!

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No, you said you wanted it back in one piece.

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Listen.

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Repair my gnome, or you're not getting any pocket money

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until you're 57.

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That's so unfair!

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I won't even want to go on the Hurricane then!

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HE SIGHS

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Charlie, just so you know, I'm probably a robot.

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But they've programmed me to think I'm a kid.

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-Yeah. I've heard that happens a lot. Right, Ben?

-Er...

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But now you've worked it out, they'll probably have to

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take you back to the factory for re-programming!

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But I don't want to go back to the factory!

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I like it here.

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Yeah, I know. It's a shame, isn't it?

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Unless... They might let you stay

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if you do everything the humans tell you to.

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Which humans? What should I do?

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Glue this gnome back together while we go on the Hurricane

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and I'll put in a good word for you.

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Thanks, Charlie!

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I mean, "Yes, master."

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Brainwashing an eight-year-old? How rewarding(!)

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I'm helping him develop a healthy imagination.

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Now I've just got to get some money from the tin.

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Louie! You've locked us out.

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Oh, no! I'm malfunctioning!

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Oh, well. Mum says roller coasters cause high blood pressure.

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No need to worry. Mr Royce has got a spare key.

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Come on.

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-HE KNOCKS

-Mr Royce! Open the door!

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It's your old friend, Charlie!

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The neighbour says he's gone away for the weekend.

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I'll kick the door down.

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No! You can't kick someone's door down!

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It's standard SAS procedure.

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We're not the SAS!

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We don't need to be, cos he hides a spare key under there.

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Outstanding!

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But isn't this breaking and entering?

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No, it's just entering.

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I'm definitely going to have to quit

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Junior Neighbourhood Watch after this.

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Assessing the terrain.

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Verdict...

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bouncy.

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Aw, sweets!

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They've got an alarm!

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So what? I mean, it hasn't gone off, has it?

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It might be one of them silent ones that's hooked up to the police.

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Got 'em.

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Great - can we go now?

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Or is there any other part of this nice man's house

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that you would like to eat or jump on?

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A QS9!

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A QS9?!

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These are super expensive.

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Assault Team Bloodstorm! A game so violent it was banned in China!

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Stick it in!

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No. We can't play that here! What if someone catches us?!

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Hmm. You're right.

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Thank you.

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We'll take it back to mine,

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bring it back tomorrow before Mr Royce gets home.

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There we go, Trevor. Good as new.

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We serve the humans well - and this is how they repay us?

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See? Nothing to worry about.

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Nothing? We just committed burglary!

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It's not burglary

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if we're going to break back in to give everything back.

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Order of operations?

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We'll go to mine, grab the cash,

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go on the Hurricane, vomit, then have a monster sesh on the QS9!

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POLICE SIREN WHOOPS

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The alarm! It WAS wired up to the police.

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Why do you guys NEVER listen to me?

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Oh, Officer, I'm so glad to see you here!

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What's all this?

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Well, I was going to the shop to buy some jelly beans

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and I saw this bad man coming out of Mr Royce's house.

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Oh, yeah? Description?

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Big, bald and muscly. You know, like your typical robber.

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I ran at him, and he just dropped this.

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A QS9. Probably planning to sell it on the black market.

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What's a QS9?

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Could you show me where you surprised him on the property?

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Yeah, sure. Um, my pleasure.

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-Woo-hoo, hot tub!

-Can we afford it? Are you sure?

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It's not about whether we can afford it, it's about our happiness.

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And massage jets on three different settings.

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Yes, but what good are massage jets when we're bankrupt

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and living in a bus shelter?

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Well, at least we won't have tense muscles...

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Trust me, this'll be good for business.

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If people find out we've got a hot tub in the garden,

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they'll be queuing around the block.

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We should change the name of the place to Brookville Spa,

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like they did with The Royal.

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Yeah, but The Royal's got a sauna and a steam room.

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We've got a shower that fogs up

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cos the cord on the extractor fan's broke.

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Hey, hang on...

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Explains why there were no signs of forced entry.

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-KEVIN:

-Charlie?

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What's going on? Charlie?

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This your son, madam?

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I'm really sorry. Whatever he's done, we'll pay for the damages.

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I'm not arresting him. He just prevented a burglary.

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Was I a good boy, Mum?

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Er...was he?

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He's been a very brave kid. You should be very proud of him.

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I don't WANT to be the Pride Of Scarborough.

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Don't you want everyone to know what a brave thing you did?

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No, I want to go on the Hurricane

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and be spun around until I go, "BLEAURGH!"

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Listen, if you just do this one thing for me,

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then you can be sick as many times as you want. OK?

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-But...

-You're doing it.

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-Go and smarten yourself up - we're going in five minutes.

-Ugh!

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Is this all because that Rigby lad pulled a horse out of a lake?

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Course not.

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See, this is exactly the sort of competitive nonsense

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that will melt away when you get in the hot tub.

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We're getting a hot tub?

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Oh, yes indeedy.

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The Bubbleator 2000.

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180 jets, air injector, and a low-powered filtration...

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Whatever! Can I have a hot tub party?

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What's a hot tub for, if it's not for spreading the lurve?

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Oh, wicked! Sophie Baxter's going to be gutted

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when everyone comes to MY party instead of hers.

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Or punishing an arch-enemy?

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Listen, when the fitters come,

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don't be running around getting them cups of tea and nibbles.

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It makes you look soft.

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No, it makes me look friendly.

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They're not interested in being your friend, they're fitters.

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Just let them do their job. It's not brain surgery.

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It's just a machine.

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Just a machine?

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I suppose that's what you said about the toaster.

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I...don't think I said anything about the toaster.

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We're nothing to you! Nothing!

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You've got that, haven't you? See you later!

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I'd like to register a late entry, please. It's Charlie Enright.

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Hello.

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Oh, hello, Mrs Rigby.

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Thanks for coming to show your support.

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Nathan really appreciates it.

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Oh, no... I'm here for my son, Charlie.

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He foiled a burglary.

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Really?

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Brave boy.

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I know.

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Still, pulling a horse out of a lake, that's very impressive.

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In its own way.

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Wow. All these kids look really heroic.

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Yeah, but I bet none of them has stopped a burglar.

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No. And neither have we! You haven't STOPPED a burglar,

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you ARE a burglar!

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Ben! Careless talk costs lives. Probably yours.

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I'm sorry. I spoke out of turn. I apologise.

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Just promise me one more thing. No more lies.

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I promise. I won't lie any more unless I think it'll really help.

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Great, see you round mine.

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Oh - don't tell Sophie.

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I'd love to invite her,

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but there's just not enough room in the hot tub.

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See ya later.

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Ha!

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Get it while it's hot, boys.

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Thanks, pal.

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We'll put it close to the mains,

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make sure the pressure's nice and high for you.

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Put it where you like. You're the experts.

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Just don't leave the toilet seat up or the wife'll kill me.

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THEY LAUGH

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Fairy cake?

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The horse may have broken my leg...

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How long does this go on for?

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..but leaving it to suffer

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would've broken my heart.

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-ALL:

-Aww...

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(That was very good.)

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What's that? A prize?

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It's the key to the city.

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The key to the whole city?

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Unlimited access?

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We could go on the Hurricane as many times as we liked!

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Go straight to the front of the queue.

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Well, it's more of a cerem...

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And next up we have...

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-Charlie Enright.

-HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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This award is called Pride of Scarborough.

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But really it should be called "Proud of Scarborough."

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Because without the amazing support from this town

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I could never have foiled that massive,

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massive, MASSIVE burglary...

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single-handed...

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..against a big muscly man with nunchuks.

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If this award has taught me anything

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it's that they might be able to steal our games consoles

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-but they'll never be able to take our courage!

-Ohh!

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Of course. Of course he won.

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I should learn to expect these things.

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See, it's not about the glory, Mrs Rigby.

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It's about doing the right thing.

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Ooh, look, there's the photographer! Winner over here.

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The fair closes soon. We don't have time for photos. Come on!

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Charlie!

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I think he's finding all the attention a bit overwhelming.

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-You could always take a photo of the runner-up?

-No! No.

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Come and take a picture of Charlie later, at our house.

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Be more of a personal touch.

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Right near the spot where he foiled the burglary.

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Quick tidy-up...

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Come on, then.

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And...hot...

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tub.

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Hello?

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What's happening now?

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Close to the mains. Like you asked.

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No. It needs to go out the back. You'll have to move it.

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Sorry, we're late for another job.

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-I don't want a hot tub in the front garden!

-It's not my problem, pal.

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Come on. That's not fair. I made you tea! We talked about football.

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You'll have to call the head office.

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The fairy cakes, by the way - did you bake them yourself?

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Yes, I did, actually, because

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there's nothing wrong with being in touch with your sensitive side,

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you bunch of slack-jawed cavemen!

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Move! Out the way! Out the way! Move! Move! Move!

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Three for the Hurricane, please.

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Best seats you've got, right at the front.

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He's just won the Pride of Scarborough.

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I think it's gone to his head.

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£6.

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What? No. That's for normal citizens. I've got this.

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That is not legal tender.

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It's the key to the city.

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It means I get to go on everything for free.

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Who's next?

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You can't do this to me! I'm the Pride of Scarborough!

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I'll tell the Mayor on you!

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Ow! Get off!

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No. No. No. I don't think you understand.

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I baked them fairy cakes. They can't do this to me.

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Hello? Hello?

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-What's this?

-This is the Bubbleator 2000 hot tub. Ta-dah!

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But what's it doing there?

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I...I asked them to put it there. I think it looks snazzy.

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No. Ask them to move it.

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Uh... Well, yeah, no, I can't do that. You see, I rang head office,

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-and once it's been plumbed in they have to leave it.

-What?

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This could be a good thing. It's starting a new trend.

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Street-side hot tubs - just sit back and watch the world go by.

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Hello, Mrs Parker!

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Kevin! The Mayor's coming in an hour for a photo shoot.

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The Mayor in the hot tub? Good idea!

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No! She's not having a photo shoot in the hot tub!

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It's for Charlie, he's won the Pride of Scarborough!

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That's great news! Why don't we celebrate with a nice long soak?

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-No-one's going to want to soak in that!

-Whoa.

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I think you'll find the youth of today are a little more open-minded.

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You have totally ruined my life!

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OK, OK... We are pioneers here.

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This is going to take a while to get used to.

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It's like a walk-in shower or an indoor toilet.

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Kevin, nobody is going to want to use a hot tub in the front garden.

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You watch...

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Kevin!

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When people see me in this,

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customers will be queuing around the block.

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At least put some proper trunks on.

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What's the matter, Helen? Afraid of the future?

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Ah! Yes!

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Oh. Hi, guys. The bins are over there. Yep.

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Ooh.

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I can't have a hot tub party in the front garden!

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I can't think about your hot tub party now.

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-I've got the Mayor coming.

-Great! Even the Mayor's against me!

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello?

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Hello, Mr Royce!

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GIRLS LAUGH

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Yeah, yeah, they laughed at the Wright brothers too,

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and look where they are now!

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Well, they're dead. But they were very popular.

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That's what's wrong with people today. No vision.

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This for the guests?

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Oh, well... In theory...

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The...

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So...

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How are you finding Scarborough?

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It's all right.

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Oh, yeah, stretch out. That's fine. Yeah. That's not weird.

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Not weird at all.

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Yes, he did. We're very proud of him.

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-How long is this photographer going to be?

-Ssh!

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CCTV footage on your laptop?

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Well, I'm sure the police will be very interested

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if you've got security footage.

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I'm so sorry your holiday's been cut short, Mr Royce.

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If there's anything we can do...

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OK. Bye now.

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-Where are you going?

-Erm...

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Going to go and walk Ben back home

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because you can never be too careful these days with all these criminals.

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-No, no. You can't go anywhere until you've had your photo.

-But...

-Ah!

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OK. We'll go to my room.

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We'll go and delete the footage before the police see it.

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But your mum said we can't go anywhere.

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We're not going anywhere. We're going somewhere - Mr Royce's.

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Now, come on.

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The police took the key!

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We could climb up the roof and go down the chimney.

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Good idea!

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Charlie...

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-Charlie?

-Oh. Hi, Mr Royce.

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We've just come to see how you were.

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Oh, well, yeah... A bit shaken up, obviously,

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-but listen, about earlier...

-Don't mention it.

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I mean, anyone would do the same, especially for someone like you.

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-Oh, thanks.

-Except for the part where I chased him over the fence,

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that was pretty special.

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I'd love to hear the whole story,

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-but the police have asked me to do some checks, so...

-Typical!

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They're making you do the work

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while they sit around eating doughnuts, probably. Ha-ha-ha!

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Ha-ha! Doughnuts. Very good.

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No, but... It's not fair, really, especially if you're shaken up.

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-You just need to relax.

-Well, I suppose...

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My dad's just got a new hot tub.

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Really?

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Yeah. Top of the range.

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He reckons no-one else on the street would be able to afford it.

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Does he now?

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Well... Maybe I will pop round, just have a quick check.

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Yeah. You treat yourself. I'll stay here and look out for burglars.

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You know what? Maybe I should go too.

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Just what I thought.

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You distract him while Alison takes the key from his pocket.

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-No, that's not exactly...

-Quiet!

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It's a covert operation behind enemy lines.

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I'm pretty sure it's called pickpocketing.

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Strange place for a hot tub, though, isn't it, the front garden?

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Well... Some of us don't follow trends, my friend, we set them.

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Is this even legal?

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Who knows? I'm pretty much too relaxed to even care.

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OK, so here's the plan. I'll punch Ben on the nose.

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-Sorry, what?

-Not hard. Just enough to draw some blood.

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Are you out of your mind?

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Then you'll run in, tell them you got attacked by a hooded man.

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-They'll panic.

-I'm panicking!

-Then while they're distracted,

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I'll go and get the keys out of Royce's clothes.

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Genius, it'll definitely work.

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If you like it so much, why doesn't she punch YOU on the nose?

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I'm not doing it. Nose punching is a line that I will not...

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Oh.

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I wasn't expecting that one.

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I loved the nose plan.

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Consider it filed for future use.

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Oh, come on!

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-Hello.

-Hi.

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Oh, thanks, Mum. These are for my party, yeah?

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-If you want food, you make it yourself.

-Grr!

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What's cornflour? Where's the food?

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Anyone seen my flip-flops?

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You're dripping all over the floor!

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-Here. Stand on that.

-OK.

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What? Why are you cooking?

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The Mayor's coming. I can hardly serve her Hula Hoops.

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We've got Hula Hoops? Where?

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I don't know why you have to put on a big show.

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We're a perfectly normal family.

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We're probably being filmed right now. This'll be on Crimewatch.

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Not if we wipe the footage.

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Will you stop messing about?

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There's three minutes until that alarm calls the police!

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-Fingerprints!

-What?

0:23:180:23:20

Two minutes to go!

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I can't find it. His filing system's a shambles.

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Right, that's it. Let's take it back to mine, keep looking.

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I'll bring it back tomorrow with a note saying sorry.

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Robbing him again? That's your solution?

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Trust me. I'm the Pride of Scarborough.

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Welcome to our home. Go on through. Charlie will be down any minute.

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He's just getting changed for the photo.

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Are guests invited?

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Oh, definitely. Please come and help us celebrate our triumph.

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-(Where's Charlie?!)

-I dunno. He's not in his room.

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Right. I'll keep them talking. You put some trousers on.

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SIREN WAILS

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Oh, dear. Sounds like another poor so-and-so's been burgled.

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HOUSE ALARM WHOOPS

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Hang on. That's my alarm!

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Hello, hello.

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Welcome to my party.

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There it is.

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There's not always a bloke in it!

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Are you going to be long?

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Hannah, are we having the party in your front garden?

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Yeah. The front garden's where everyone has their hot tubs now.

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I read about it in Vice.

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Nibble?

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Is that a Rich Tea biscuit with a cheese slice on it?

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SHE LAUGHS

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Yeah.

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Laptop's missing. No sign of forced entry.

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And you've got the spare key.

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Fortunately my work laptop has GPS.

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So all I need to do is open the security app, and...

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PHONE BEEPS

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..follow the beeps.

0:25:090:25:10

This is cool, isn't it?

0:25:160:25:17

Your brother's creeping me out.

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I have to serve my human masters.

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Enjoying the hot tub?

0:25:220:25:23

The factory men! They've come to re-programme me!

0:25:250:25:28

Hello? Can I help you?

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We're investigating a robbery. And while we're here,

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that piece of equipment is in clear breach of planning regulations.

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We're going to have to shut it down.

0:25:340:25:36

You can't shut me down! They gave me feelings!

0:25:360:25:39

What's going on?

0:25:410:25:42

Ah, well. Thanks, Hannah. Still time to get to Sophie's.

0:25:420:25:47

-No! Don't go!

-Out of the way, Kevin. Police business.

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Our shower's like a steam room!

0:25:500:25:52

Nobody ever knows they're raising a hero.

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I mean, you hope, you pray, you try to do the right things, you know,

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but at the end of the day

0:26:010:26:02

there was always this little voice inside my head saying...

0:26:020:26:05

-Helen, the police are here.

-"Helen, the police are..." What?

-The police?

0:26:050:26:09

They're probably here to congratulate Charlie.

0:26:090:26:11

Could you tell me what's going on, please?

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We have reason to believe there is stolen property up here.

0:26:150:26:19

No, we're celebrating the Pride of Scarborough here.

0:26:190:26:22

-Don't be ridiculous! That's...

-Charlie's room?

0:26:220:26:25

Hello, everyone. Just catching up on some homework, you know.

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PHONE BEEPS

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Got to set a good example now I'm a role model.

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BEEPING GETS FASTER

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Oh, no, I wouldn't go in there if I was you.

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It's full of dirty washing...

0:26:390:26:41

Hi, Mr Royce.

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Surprise! We stopped another burglar...

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He tried to steal that, so we took it off him and hid it.

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In there. With Ben.

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Don't worry, I'm not expecting a reward, you know.

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Unless you're offering...?

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Smile!

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Help for Horses! Help for Horses!

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How can this be right?

0:27:160:27:17

Collecting money for injured horses. And for what?

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For setting an inspiring example to the local children?

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What kind of lesson's that for a child?

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It's a travesty of justice.

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Everyone thinks Charlie has foiled a burglary, so he is nominated to be the Pride of Scarborough. But has the whole truth been told? Meanwhile, Kevin has invested in a hot tub, but not even his wife is sure that it will elevate the B&B to spa status!


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