Gumball All At Sea


Gumball

Charlie and his family run a bed and breakfast by the sea. When Ben gets his hand stuck in a gumball machine, a strange chain of events is unleashed.


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But it's educational.

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Please! How can a remote-control helicopter be educational?

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You're such an idiot.

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It's not an ordinary one, it's got a spy cam on the front.

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-Brilliant for...

-Spying on people?

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It could save lives as well. If I saw someone drowning...

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Charlie, you are not having a remote-control helicopter,

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A, because it costs £90 and, B, because when we bought you

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a remote-control boat, you put Ben's hamster in it.

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That was science. We were testing to see if hamsters are intelligent.

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They're not.

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That depends who you compare 'em to.

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I think this one's a bit better. Is it?

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Well, it's unusual.

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By which she means pathetic. But really, you knew that, didn't you?

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Making a scarecrow, I thought the stand would be the hard bit,

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but the head's a nightmare.

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I could make you a brilliant one.

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For 90 quid.

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I think I need to get another pumpkin.

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Not now. Fergal's coming. Remember? Pat's husband?

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Yeah. Yeah. Spending the entire day with a bloke I've never met before.

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-Can't wait.

-Oh, he's nice.

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Really into hill-walking. Bet you'd like hill-walking.

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-Translation - she wants you out the house.

-No.

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-Well, you are in a lot.

-No, no, that's not true!

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I went out for a drink with the book group guys last month.

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Or was it February?

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Look! My old dance group have made it through to the Scarborough

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heats of Yorkshire's Top Talent!

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And they've changed their name to Random Cru!

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What were they called before?

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Hannah Cru, obviously. I'll drop by rehearsals, give them some tips.

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On what? Losing(?)

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You won't be laughing when we win 100 quid, you povvo.

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What? 100...?

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She's right! The winner of the heat gets 100 quid!

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DOORBELL RINGS Oh! That'll be Fergal.

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Oh. This should be a laugh(!)

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Fergal! Come in.

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Greetings. I come bearing gifts.

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Oh, we've already got those. But thank you, lovely thought.

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-So, this must be the famous Kev.

-Kev-IN!

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-Hello, mate.

-Hi.

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Right, I'll put the kettle on.

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-Do you want to...

-Yeah.

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So, how have things been, Fergal, since the, um...

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It's all right, you can say it. Since I got the boot. Fine.

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-Obviously, I miss the factory.

-Yeah...

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-Fergal was a manager at the ventilator plant.

-Oh.

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Sounds fascinating.

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Kevin used to work in a bank. Didn't you, Kevin?

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Yes. Yes. But I've always been creative. Lots of outside interests.

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Inside interests, more like. He's never out of the house.

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If I put my detective hat on...

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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..I put it to you, sir, that one of those interests is woodworking.

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Lovely bit of joining. And the filigree - did you do that?

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Just something I knocked up. Yeah.

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You're right, mate, you are creative.

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-Do you know a bit about woodworking?

-Nah, I'm all thumbs with timber.

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What about pumpkins?

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-Yes, I have been known to carve the odd bit of fruit.

-Really?

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Listen, I don't suppose you could do better than that?

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-These humble instruments are at your disposal, sir.

-Oh!

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Oh, he has got an invisible hat.

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And now I shall put this pencil through this coin.

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-Whoa! How did you do that?

-A magician never tells.

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But it's so cool.

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It's a trick coin. Look, it's got a flap and everything.

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-Outstanding!

-But seriously,

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-do you think I'm good enough to win Yorkshire's Top Talent?

-No.

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But I think you're good enough to win Scarborough's heat.

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And then...

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helicopter with spy cam!

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Now, just promise me that we're not putting animals in it.

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Definitely not. It'd wreck it!

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This is expensive hardware.

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That's what you said about the boat, then you put Monty in it.

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Bet he made it to Ireland.

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And one and two and three and four...

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Duck and cover, guys. The H-bomb's back.

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Hannah?

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Heard about the old Yorkshire's Top Taz.

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Obviously me quitting was the wake-up call you needed.

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So I'm back.

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Actually, we've got a new lead dancer now.

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Vicky?

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The substitute backing dancer? Are you having a laugh?

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Watch and learn, hobbit.

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DJ, hit it!

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'This is for those who'd like a moment.'

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MUSIC: Skip To The Good Beat by Rizzle Kicks

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# Yeah, yeah, yeah

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# Yeah, y'all, yeah

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# Check the rhyme and rhythm It's nice and different

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# Plus it's bright and brilliant Kind of how I like my women

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# That's the right opinion Although at night I'm slipping

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# When I never ring her she thinks that I'm a villain... #

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Is the hat on straight?

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I love what you have done with the hair.

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The hair is lovely.

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All right. OK.

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Ta-da!

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Don't worry, love. It's not real.

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I know. It doesn't have legs - it can't catch me.

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I think I'm just going to go upstairs and not be here.

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So...what do you think?

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I think you should make sure it doesn't face next door.

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-Mrs Campbell's got a weak heart.

-The eyes are Fergal's idea.

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-Classic Fergal, that!

-Turns out I do have a creative side.

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Not that they cared at the factory.

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-Well, thanks for your help, Fergal.

-Fergal's going to stay for lunch.

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We'll pop this in the garden, then chill and watch a DVD.

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Rhapsody In Wood - A Hundred Years Of Chair Making. Sounds brilliant.

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Lunch? I haven't got much in.

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I'll eat anything, Helen.

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Couple of chops, peas, roasties, whatever...

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Right... Erm...

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What else can we do?

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# ..Wanna be smart but I don't like learning

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# Wanna be fit but I don't like running

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# Then I see you and I wish I'd done something

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# I like your style

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# Been watching you for a while

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# I said, oh, yeah

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# Let's dance and then let's skip to the beat... #

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Hannah Cru!

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So, I'm back, yeah?

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Um, maybe I should dance before we make a final decision?

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-If you want to embarrass yourself.

-Hit it!

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MUSIC RESTARTS

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Yeah, that was all right. A few bits you need to work on.

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Hands up who wants me as lead?

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Sorry, Hannah.

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But you can be with my pointers, they showcase my skills. Watch.

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SHE SIGHS

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When I get on stage I need to project an aura of confidence.

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You'll be fine. Stop worrying about it.

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You're right! Worriers never look confident.

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I need to stop worrying.

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I can't! Now, I'm worrying about worrying!

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-Oh! This isn't good!

-Gumballs, three o'clock!

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Jaw-breakers! Ben, lend us a quid!

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All right! Let's not get too distracted.

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I need to practise my act, you need to give me feedback.

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I'll be able to concentrate better when I've had gumballs.

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Yeah, nothing like a brightly coloured ball of sugar

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to focus the mind.

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It's not working!

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I gone and given you my trick coin!

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That's one of my best bits! We need to get it back!

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It's stuck...

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I'm against the use of force.

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Unless it's absolutely necessary.

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No... You can't do that! I can reach up...

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Oh!

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My hand's stuck!

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Hang on!

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Hang on...

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We need to get you out of there, Ben.

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A wolf in a trap would gnaw off its own leg.

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Just saying.

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Oi! What are you doing?

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Not again!

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THEY CHUCKLE

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You can stare all you like, Crow Man.

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But you'll never catch me. I've got legs!

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IT CREAKS

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HE GASPS

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I've phoned the engineer

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and he can't get here for four and a half hours.

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What? We can't wait four hours!

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He's got a magic show to do.

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I look at him there, I don't see magician.

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Come on, son, have a sit down. And a cup of tea...

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No, he's highly allergic to...milk.

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His throat, it swells up, it's horrible. It's all like...

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HE GAGS AND CHOKES

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Urrrgghhhhh....

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I'll get you some lemonade.

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What did you tell him that for?

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We can't wait four hours. We'll have to fix this ourselves.

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Ben, we're mobilising!

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We can't do this! This is insane!

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Oi!

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You little...!

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TV: '..the lumber into four pieces...'

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Oh! Lovely hammer technique.

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It's amazing, every time I watch this, I find something new.

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-Here we go!

-Lovely jubbly.

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No roasties.

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Fergal did ask for roasties, love.

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Do you know, I have not had the time.

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You know, with the shopping, looking after the kids, running a B&B...

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All right, then?

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Yeah. Just a little bit of brown sauce, Helen.

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-Oh, and some mint sauce, room temperature.

-Oh, yeah!

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Oh, here comes the claw hammer.

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Look at that!

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DANCE MUSIC PLAYS

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No, Chloe, it's not... It's...

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Don't have a go at Chloe! She might be a rubbish dancer...

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but she's a human, too! I say it's time for a change!

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I think Gemma for lead dancer!

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Me? No! I'm not good enough!

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You've got to believe in yourself, hon.

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But you're right, you're not good enough.

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So, who else could it be...?

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Someone who has experience of leading a crew...

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But who...?

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What are you, thick?

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Obviously, it's me!

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What about this?

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Hands up who thinks we should kick Hannah out of the crew?

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SHE SIGHS

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(Asking me for brown sauce...

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(They are useless!)

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GUMBALLS RATTLE Sh!

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It's not me, it's the machine!

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SSSSH! Get up to my room.

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-Charlie, you want some lunch?

-(Freeze!)

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QUIET RATTLING

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-What's that noise?

-I didn't hear anything.

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Hi, guys. You want some lunch?

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No, thanks, Mrs Enright, we're fine.

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Affirmative. Meaning negative on the food.

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We had a lovely dinner at Ben's.

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Pork, chicken and cake.

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OK, well, better get on.

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It's an Italian recipe.

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From Venice, I think.

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I'd love to go to Venice, see all the canals.

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The gondolas at sunset, magical...

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Fascinating.

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But I really must get on.

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I'll do it, Mum. Changing the bed sheets and that.

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What? Why would you...?

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I've been thinking I need to help out a little more.

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-What have you done?

-Done? I'm being...

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Is there something in your bedroom?

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Is that why you won't let me upstairs?

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-No... There's nothing in my bedroom.

-Come on. Out of the way.

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< ARGUMENT CONTINUES

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Mum! Help, Mum! >

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Go!

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It's after me!

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-Oh, Louie...! I moved it.

-What's the emergency?

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Will you tell him that's not real?

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I've got to go and sort Charlie out, he's up to something.

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HE SIGHS

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Louie, that scarecrow, it's just a pumpkin and a couple of sticks...

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You've probably heard the stories,

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haven't you, about them coming to life?

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About how they hunt down kids and put them up on a stick.

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And they turn the kids into scarecrows and just leave them

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in a field, for ever, for all eternity...

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But they are just silly stories.

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You don't need to worry.

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-Hey, Fergal, do you want to see my drill bits?

-Yeah!

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Hi, Mum!

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Just tell me, have you done something really bad?

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No! it's Ben. He's in the heat for Yorkshire's Top Talent later.

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So, we're just having a bit of R and R.

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All right.

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Good luck, Ben.

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The stress of this! Get it off me!

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Mind you, if we can't, you could do an act with it,

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you could dance with it. You could... OW!

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It was just a thought.

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-Don't suppose you've seen three kids with a gumball machine?

-Nah.

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Well, they've stolen it. So, if you do...

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Actually I did see some girls down the community centre,

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smashing up a gumball machine,

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saying they had to destroy the evidence. Could that be connected?

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-Definitely.

-Well, I've heard their leader, Vicky Carter,

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is a right little crim. Up to all sorts.

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And then, I showed them my moves and they said I was way better

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and they asked me to be lead dancer!

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That's fantastic, Hannah!

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Parents can come, too.

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So, I was thinking you and Dad could make a huge banner that says

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"Hannah, She's The Greatest Dancer".

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No. But we'll clap.

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All right, better go and get ready...

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I like a nice bit of pine. But you're the boss, Kev.

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No, I like pine, pine is da bomb.

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Hey, Fergal's had a brilliant idea!

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We're going to build a proper garden shed.

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At Fergal's?

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-No. No. Here. You said we should get one.

-Just take a couple of weeks.

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Well, that's a lot of work, Fergal. You sure you can spare the time?

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No, I can be here seven days a week. I've got nothing else to do...

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Hey, Hannah's in a heat of Yorkshire's Top Talent.

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-We've got to go.

-My Vicky's in it, too!

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Oh, well, great! We can go together, then.

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-Yeah(!)

-MOBILE RINGS

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Vicky! I was just talking about you.

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What? What? Calm down. WHAT?

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Don't worry, darling, I'm coming.

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It's my little princess! She's been taken down the police station.

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Decoupling complete.

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Brilliant!

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How is this brilliant?

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It's less obvious. Maybe now, you can do the magic show?

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Are you out of your mind?

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How am I supposed to do delicate sleight of hand

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with a giant gumball hoof?

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He's right.

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But a wolf would gnaw off its own...

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Will you stop saying that! I'm not gnawing! Nobody's gnawing!

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-There's only one thing for it...

-You're right.

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We'll go back to the shop, apologise to the shop...

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You coach me! I'll do the magic show!

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-Sorry? What?

-Excellent! The old switcheroo!

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That's ridiculous! You don't know the first thing about magic!

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The wardrobe of disappearance - how is that going to work?

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You put someone in it, they disappear.

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Yeah, but how? HOW do they disappear?

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And sawing someone in half? How are you going to do that?

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I don't know. You'll teach me, I'll practise.

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Yeah, but who's going to be stupid enough to let you....

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Louie, you want to help us with our magic act, buddy?

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I don't like it here. I don't want to be a scarecrow.

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Me neither, buddy. Me neither.

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-P.A.:

-'Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Yorkshire's Top Talent.'

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-Hi, I'm here to win the heat.

-You're early.

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Yeah. I'm a magician. I've got to set up my equipment.

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-Name?

-Ben.

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And I'm Jim, in case you're wondering. Good ol' Jim.

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-Jiminy Cricket. Jim-Jim-Jim-Jeroo.

-You're a ventriloquist?

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Oh. Yeah, I'm not performing.

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Last-minute stage fright, eh?

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Come on, show me, I bet you're brilliant.

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-MUFFLED:

-Get back in the box, Dumbo!

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-MUFFLED:

-No, I don't want to get back in the box!

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Well, there's always next year.

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I haven't got a Ben down here.

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Oh, he's got a stage name -

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The Great Decepto.

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I thought it'd sound a bit more mysterious.

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Daddy! Daddy!

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It's all right, love. What's going on?

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A witness saw Vicky smashing a stolen gumball machine with a hammer.

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-I didn't, Daddy! I didn't!

-I'm sure we can sort this out...

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No, no, Fergal, don't be reasonable.

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The last thing these people respect is reasonable.

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Now, listen, my name is Kevin J Enright.

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The J stands for Justice - and so do I.

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Yes, exactly.

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And now...

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empty!

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Cool!

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Where has she gone?

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Into another world far, far away.

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But soon she'll be back,

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because when we open the door...

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Voila!

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Piece of cake. Now, what about that one?

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You've got to get this absolutely right.

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So, Louie has made sure he has tucked his feet

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into the top half of the coffin.

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-Right, Louie?

-Yeah.

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So, this is empty.

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The fake feet can be activated by this button here...

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Which creates the illusion

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that Louie is at full length in the coffin

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which makes it absolutely terrifying for the audience when I do...

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When I do...

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Totally unrealistic. You've severed major arteries,

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-there should be massive blood spatter.

-In your version,

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where the whole audience need years of psychotherapy.

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OK, got it.

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Why all the fuss, Ben? I am going to be amazing at this.

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But what happens if the little man starts to fight back? Oh, yes...

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What happens if the little man has the heart of a giant?

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Well...

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Nah, she's not one of them.

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-All right, you can go.

-No, hang on, I haven't finished yet.

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I had a bit about the... OK. Four down, "Gryffindor".

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-P.A.:

-'Well done to Brian Phelps for his farmyard impressions.

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'And in a moment, we have Acrobaby!'

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You're beautiful. When I die I want a coffin just like you.

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THUDDING

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RUMBLING

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Scarecrow head! It's come for me! I must escape to another world!

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Still no sign of her!

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I can't believe Vicky would let us down like this.

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Only one thing we can do -

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go back to the old routine, I'll dance lead. All right?

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But we'll keep the pointing.

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Only now, you're pointing at me.

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Kevin, I'm at the talent show now.

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Give me a call and tell me

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everything was all right at the police station.

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Not that I'm not worried, just... Anyway, call me. Kevin...?

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-He's brilliant, he catches them every time.

-Yorkshire's Top Talent!

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-Why didn't you call me?

-Oh, I clean forgot.

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Got caught up in the fight against police oppression...

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He was fantastic. Next one, I'll try one with my eyes closed.

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Yeah... Go on! Go on! Here we go.

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One, two, three...

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No, maybe later.

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SHOWBIZ MUSIC PLAYS

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'And now, give it up for The Great Decepto!'

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APPLAUSE

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That's my boy! That's my boy!

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Ladies and gentlemen,

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you are about to witness the greatest carnival of conjuring

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ever seen by human eyeballs.

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For my first trick, I will need a mobile telephone.

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You, madam?

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Thank you.

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Now, watch - if you dare!

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(Charlie! The double! Swap it for the double!

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-(Charlie...)

-SMASHING GLASS

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(No! No!

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(Charlie! Charlie!)

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As you can see, I've smashed the phone.

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But watch in amazement, as the phone is...

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TINKLING

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Ahem...

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It'll be all right in about an hour.

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-Whoo-hoo. Let's raise the roof.

-APPLAUSE

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Thank you, thank you.

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And now, for my next trick, The Wardrobe Of Wonder!

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Now, I need another volunteer from the audience? Anyone?

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Melanie Wight - you're volunteered.

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Step inside my magic door,

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and I'll do some magic which'll make the crowd go, "Cor!"

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Are you from the other world?

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You should stay there. My world is scary.

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Whoooooo!

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And now, to your astonishment, you will find she has disa...

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Turned into a boy!

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Is this the other world?

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It's just like mine...

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-Hello? Hello?

-BANGING

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Am I the king here?

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-Let me out! Anybody there?

-BANGING

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And in one hour, he will turn back into a girl!

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-Hello? Hello? Let me out!

-BANGING

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And now, my final trick! The Coffin Of Chaos.

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You'd better pull something out of the bag, pronto!

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For this, I need a member of the audience to volunteer

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so that I can saw them in half. Anyone?

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I'll do it!

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Thank you, Fergal.

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You're my best mate, Kev. Don't want to see your boy hanging.

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You hear that? We're best mates!

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And...point!

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Gemma, lose the bendy banana finger!

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Sorry, Hannah.

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-Sorry I'm late.

-Vicky!

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-When are we on?

-"We"?

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I don't think so. You couldn't be bothered showing up,

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-we had to change the whole routine.

-We don't care! We want Vicky!

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You want a crim for lead dancer?

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-She's been charged with stealing a gumball machine!

-How do you know?

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Just...heard?

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From who? You've been here,

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you've haven't talked to anyone... It was you!

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-You lied to the police to get rid of me!

-No! I...

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I'm telling my dad! You're toast!

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Ladies and gentlemen!

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Behold, as I, The Great Decepto, saw a human in half!

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They're not the fake feet!

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He hasn't told him to tuck his legs!

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Charlie's a big-picture guy.

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Not good on detail.

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"Details"? He's about to cut someone in half!

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Charlie! Charlie!

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Dad! Dad! I found out who lied to the police! Her!

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Wait till I get hold of her! Let me out!

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-Ssssh! I'm trying to win 100 quid here!

-Let me out, son.

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Don't worry, I'm not actually going to saw you in half.

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Look, fake feet.

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I felt that!

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I felt that! Help! He's going to chop me in half!

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Don't worry, ladies and gentlemen, it's all part of the act!

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No, stop!

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-No-o-o-o!

-Daddy!

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CRASHING

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-Fergal!

-(Ouch.)

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Shut it down!

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It's now or never, guys!

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DANCE MUSIC PLAYS

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HE YELLS, GLASS SMASHES

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That's the thug who framed my Vicky!

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Her?

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Just promise me one thing, make sure she's punished!

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Course I will. Whoever that is.

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Hannah! Hannah! Come here!

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Your dad wants to punish you.

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-Her dad!

-Fergal, Fergal... our plans, the garden shed!

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-Don't throw that away.

-You're dead to me, Kev. Kevin.

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Can I have my hundred pounds now?

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At least we've secured the gumballs. Want one?

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I forgot to say. I'm allergic.

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I like it here.

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How can this be right?

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Public humiliation and for what?

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Trying to bring some magic into people's lives?

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What kind of lesson is THAT for a child?

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It's a travesty of justice!

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When Ben gets his hand stuck in a gumball machine, a chain of events is unleashed that finishes with Charlie appearing in a talent show and Kevin fighting the long arm of the law!