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A Friend in Deed

Three Victorian sisters experience life as 21st-century teenagers. Sophie battles against the seduction of being popular when she discovers a talent for sports.


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# Some things have changed

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# Some things have stayed the same

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# Life and death are not so far apart

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# Oh, knocking through the walls

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# I wouldn't have it any other way

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# Life and death are not so far apart

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# From where we are.

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# Some things have changed

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# Some things have stayed the same

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# Life and death are not so far apart. #

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CHEERING

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Right, then, girls. Once around the track.

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WHISTLE

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I'm sorry I'm late, Miss Sinclair. I was re-reading our class text.

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I got so caught up with the prose, even though it is very modern.

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I don't care what you were reading, Sophie.

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-But I thought it was important.

-What is important is time keeping.

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If you don't catch up with the others, it's a detention for you.

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A detention?! For reading Austen?!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Are they cheering for me?

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Yes. Sophie, I think you'd better pretend to be out of breath.

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SHE PANTS

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It seems you have just broken the school record for the 800 metres.

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I'm holding try-outs this afternoon

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for the school cross country race tomorrow, I suppose you should come.

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-That was amazing!

-Really?

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-But all I did was run.

-Exactly.

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Is running considered "cool"?

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Winning is cool and you were

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-way better than anyone else out there.

-You rock.

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What does she mean, "I rock"?

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I'm not a mineral matter of variable composition. What does it all mean?

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They're impressed by you, Sophie.

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Nice work, Soph. That was wicked.

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I have a present for you.

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Thanks, a Beijing Guide book.

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For the physics conference you were going to.

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So why aren't you excited and thanking me?

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It's because he's not going. They've given his place to Piper.

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But why? The conference is for the pupils with the top grades

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and you have the top grades, not Piper.

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It doesn't matter, I didn't want to go that much, anyway.

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I get travel sick, I go green.

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-It's not pretty.

-Still, the place should be yours. It is unjust.

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Can we drop the subject now?

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If that is what you want.

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It is.

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Hazel, the strangest thing happened. In English, we were discussing

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grammar and I was explaining the correct use of pronouns

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in a sentence and nobody rolled their eyes at me!

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That is strange. It is virtually impossible not to roll your eyes

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at you when you start talking like that.

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I know. And a couple of girls asked me if I wanted to "hang"

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with them at lunch time.

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It's official, running has made you popular.

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It is most disconcerting.

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Why? Surely it's nice to be liked?

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Is it a serious responsibility.

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I have no idea how a popular person is expected to act.

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Perhaps I should read up on it. Teach myself their ways.

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Do popular people even read?

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Page 170, boys and girls. Read up on the use of propaganda

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because we are going to talk about that in the next lesson. Thank you.

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Jonathan, I just wanted to say I'm sorry to hear

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you're not going to Beijing, it's such a shame everything

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-at school is about money.

-Yeah, thanks.

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Oh, so that's why they asked you, of course.

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It's because Jonathan's mum's so poor.

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THEY LAUGH

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David, may I ask you something?

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-You are Jonathan's roommate, so I am sure you can be of help.

-Sure.

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Jonathan is upset. I would be upset if I were in his position.

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Would it be considered impolite for me to press him on the matter,

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to encourage him to talk about it?

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I don't know.

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Or should I respect his desire to keep his feelings bottled?

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-I don't know.

-Is that simply an old fashioned way of thinking?

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-I don't know.

-What do you mean, "you don't know"?

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-You are a boy, aren't you?

-I don't know.

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-You don't know if you are a boy?

-No, I know I'm a boy. I mean...

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..ask someone who knows about this stuff.

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Sophie, please.

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One moment.

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I wanted to talk to you about Jonathan, but there seems

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to be a lot of people here just to watch running.

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I think that is because I am "cool" now.

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You must be mistaken, Sophie.

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-Hey, Soph, good luck.

-Yeah, we'll be cheering for you.

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Thank you! You see?

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Those girls must be confused.

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They can't really think you are cool. They must have noticed that

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I wear my school uniform with so much more style than you do.

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Well...

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Right, then, places everybody.

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Wish me luck.

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First, second and third place today

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will be entered into the school cross country race tomorrow.

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And the winner of tomorrow's race will receive a prize.

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So do your best, everybody, I'm expecting great things of you all.

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LOUD-HAILER SQUEAKS

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Right, then.

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On your mark, get set...

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WHISTLE

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Definitely far more stylish.

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I knew it. You are using your abilities.

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No, I'm not, I'm running.

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No going through walls, no moving things with my mind.

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You've been levitating, haven't you?

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I didn't mean to, I'll try not to.

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I don't want to win unfairly.

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Feet on the ground from now on.

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I... I didn't want to take your place.

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I thought you should know. I hate this situation, too.

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It's all right. It's not your fault.

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In that case, would you help me revise physics for the trip?

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There's a load of stuff I need to brush up on.

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I would love to spend time with you

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and painting each other's nails sounds wonderful.

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Why will no-one ask me to spend time nail painting with them?

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Because you didn't just win a race.

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This is so unfair. I still don't know how to help Jonathan.

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They invited me to their dorm.

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I've never been asked to someone's dorm before. I think...

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I think I'm beginning to truly like being popular.

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Since when have you cared about such things?

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I'm learning that cool people have certain responsibilities.

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They're expected to do things like wear their hair in a stylish manner

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and always sit at the back of the classroom.

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I've noticed that they like to use the word "whatever"

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and pretend they don't care about something,

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when it's obvious they really do.

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And they always carry their school backpacks on just one shoulder.

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Never two!

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Things which come naturally to me.

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Which is why they should be happening to me.

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Jonathan...

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We have to search through every article on modern men.

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It is the only way to learn what to do to make Jonathan feel better.

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Do you think that I look more modern with my hair loose?

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I think you should be focusing on helping Jonathan.

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You're right, sorry.

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It says here that models always perfect their runway walk.

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Perhaps I need a better walk.

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You are meant to be focusing.

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I know. It's just that I've been watching other cool people,

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like Christine, and they certainly walk differently.

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DISCO MUSIC

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THEY LAUGH

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I think it needs a lot more practice.

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Well, perhaps this article is more use.

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"If you get tongue-tied around a boy, smile at him.

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"89% of boys we asked prefer a girl who smiles."

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Or perhaps this one is helpful.

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'If a boy seems sad or worried, wait patiently for him to open up to you,

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'as he is sure to tell you everything eventually.'

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Um, can I just ask,

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what are you doing?

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We are waiting.

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-For what?

-For you to open up.

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As you are sure to tell us everything, eventually.

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OK, well, um, as nice as this waiting thing is,

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-you're kind of making me feel a bit awkward.

-Oh.

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I know.

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SHE WHISPERS

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What are you doing?

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We are smiling.

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89% of boys prefer a girl who smiles.

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-Girls are weird.

-Yeah, agreed!

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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I better take this. Smile at David.

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Maybe he'll open up to you!

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Hey, Mum?

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Actually, this is kind of fun.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Mum, it doesn't matter, I didn't even want to go.

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Yeah, I'm fine. I'm happy.

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OK, I'll prove it, I'll sing a happy song.

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# Happy, happy, happy, I'm so very happy

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# Happy, happy, happy, I'm a happy chappy. #

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Yep, see?

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Yeah, I will.

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OK, bye, Mum.

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Yep, love you, too.

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Oh, that didn't work at all.

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We have to think of something else.

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Modern men are just so confusing.

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I think I have the answer.

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Jonathan is upset because he can't afford to go to Beijing.

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Well, tomorrow, I'll win the school cross country race.

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I'm certain I could do it, and there's a prize.

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But how do you know the prize will be money?

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I think prizes are always financial in modern times.

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All the TV shows I've seen have the winner receive a large sum of money.

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And you would give your prize money to Jonathan?

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Of course I would.

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So everything is fine again.

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GROANING

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FOOTSTEPS RUNNING

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OWL HOOTS

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Except Jonathan appears to be running away.

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Stop looking at yourself, Rebecca. Just hurry up.

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Hello, dead people?

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Are you there?

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I could do with a chat, if you've got a minute. Which you should have,

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I mean, technically, you've got eternity, right?

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And what is wrong with talking to me?

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Oh, Rebecca! Sorry, I just thought it would be easier

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talking to dead people I didn't know so well.

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They will not show themselves, unless I ask them to.

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Will you ask them for me?

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Agatha, Buddy, Grendel and Sophus, will you show yourselves, please?

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When a boy has questions,

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sometimes he must seek those with yet more questions.

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Except, I was kind of looking for answers.

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Answers are arbitrary, my friend.

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-All the same?

-You know, I get it. You feel like you don't fit in.

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Like you're surrounded by phoneys.

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-No, not phoneys, it's just...

-Sweetie, Agatha understands.

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You feel like no matter how hard you work, you will never belong

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and it's always others who get the opportunities.

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Jonathan, is this about the money? Because Sophie is going to give you

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her prize money and you can go to Beijing.

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She'll do that? For me?

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Jonathan, you are our best friend.

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We would do anything for you.

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Oh, that is so sweet!

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No! I did not mean to say that.

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I meant, fight, battle, death, gggrrr!

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LAUGHTER

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So they actually give money for the cross country race?

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Jonathan, prizes are always financial.

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I thought you would know that.

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Rebecca, you know, thanks.

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You do not need to thank me,

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after all, death wouldn't be worth living without you.

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DOOR CREAKS

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Good morning.

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We are up early, aren't we?

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All it needs is a signature from

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the head teacher or one of the school governors and you're out.

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Mr Griffith, please.

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This is a serious business, Rebecca.

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Leaving the school without permission,

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in the middle of the night and in your pyjamas -

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have either of you got anything to say in your defence?

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Rebecca had nothing to do with it. I left the school grounds.

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It's my fault. Rebecca only came to persuade me to come back.

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So you went running round the bush, in your pyjamas,

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simply to persuade Jonathan not to leave?

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Good for you.

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What?

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-What?

-Students like this are what this school is all about.

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Risking your neck to help another student. Have a peppermint!

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Whereas, you, Jonathan,

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have a completely legitimate reason to be upset.

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Can I say, once again, how sorry I am about the Beijing trip?

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Headmaster, you do not need to be sorry,

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my sisters and I are going to raise the money for Jonathan.

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Such wonderful spirit. Do let me know how you get on, Rebecca.

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Off you both go, then.

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HEADMASTER BURPS

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Are you all right, sir?

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Just a touch of indigestion.

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BURPS

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Is that all? You see, I thought I would do the warm up this morning.

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Get them all into the spirit for the school race this afternoon.

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Come along, everybody.

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Let's get ready to show some of that natural born sporting ability.

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You do realise, don't you, Rebecca, that Sophie has turned into you?

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Oh, no! Does that mean I will have to turn into her?

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Will I have to start paying attention in class and learn Latin?

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No, no!

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OK, ladies, now just copy me.

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Right. Now, the shoulders.

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-Oh!

-Oh!

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-Ouch!

-Ouch!

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-Ow!

-Ow!

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-Argh!

-Argh!

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Headmaster, is something wrong?

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Yes. It appears there is something very wrong.

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I have suspected kidney stones, Miss Sinclair, today of all days.

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Don't worry, I'll look after everything.

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But the students, the talent just waiting to be nurtured.

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It is my job to see that the school breeds only the best.

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Like bluebirds singing on a summer's day.

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Just as well I get the paperwork, isn't it?

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All I need is a signature from a school governor and you two are out.

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And guess what? We have a school governor coming

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to present the prize this afternoon.

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# Everything is going my way. #

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There is only one person who can help us now. Come on.

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Let me get this straight.

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You want me to use my skills of possession, that I have been

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honing for years, to go into the body of your headmaster.

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Then you want me to sign him out of hospital and drag

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his kidney stone addled body back to the school,

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in order to stop some governor person signing a piece of paper?

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Yes.

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SCREAMS: Go, yeah!

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OK. I'll do it.

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Now we must hurry back. I have a race to win.

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Oh, yes, Sophie, sweetie, about that.

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What on earth has happened to your morals?

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Nothing. I know I've been levitating,

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but now I'm really concentrating on keeping my feet on the ground.

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But it's still unfair.

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Your breath control and physical stamina are different

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from living humans and give you an advantage.

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Oh.

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But people keep calling me Soph,

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which is grammatically lazy, but nonetheless, really very nice

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and I have to race for Jonathan.

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First prize. Concert tickets.

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That's hardly going to get Jonathan to Beijing.

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So what now, Sophie?

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Are you still going to compete?

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I cannot. I have always prided myself on my conscience.

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CHEERING

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They have made me banners!

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And now they are chanting.

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Oh, I have to race for my fans.

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You're not doing it for your fans, you are doing it for yourself.

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No. It is for them. Because when people have someone to cheer for,

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they need to cheer for that person,

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because the cheering makes them cheerful?

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You have become shallow and I have become earnest!

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I simply like being liked.

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Sophie, you're clever, and Hazel is fearless.

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Now you're popular, too.

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CHEERING

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Leaving me with nothing.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Psst!

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Thought I'd run with you. Don't mind, do you, sweetie?

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They can't see me, darling. Don't worry.

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What are you doing here?

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Joining in. Isn't this jolly?

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On your marks,

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get set...

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Shouldn't you be at the hospital possessing Griffith?

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The school governor's due any minute.

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She's just pulling up now, actually.

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That must be her.

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Let's get Sophie, quick.

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Where are we going?

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I really don't know, but I think speed is of the utmost importance.

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Get a move on, sweetie. They're clipping at your heels.

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You're not helping.

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What is wrong, hon? You seem a little stressed.

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I just want you to help Jonathan and Rebecca like you said you would.

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-They need you and I don't.

-No offence, hon, but you are not

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exactly the definition of speed today, perhaps it is all that

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worrying about other people, taking your focus.

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There is still time to catch up, you can win this,

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But I don't want to win this.

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Hey, where are you going?

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I've got a governor to delay, and you've got a headmaster to possess.

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Now what?

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Well, now, when they get here we do something, and...

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Don't you have a race to win?

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No, I don't, but I do have an idea to help Jonathan.

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'Listen, Claire, I came to award a prize, not to expel anyone.'

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'It's just a formality.'

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We just have to stop her signing that form first.

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SCREAMING

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Oh, she has fainted. If only there was someone, anyone

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-to help me carry her to the First Aid.

-I can help.

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REBECCA: 'Sophie, we've got to stop them,

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'you take the pen, I'll get the paper.'

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Are you sure that girl was all right? She was very strange.

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The way she just leapt up and said, "I'm fine",

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just as the nurse was about to check her pulse.

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She's fine.

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Your signature?

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AGATHA'S VOICE: 'I'll take that Sinclair. Thank you.'

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What are you doing here, I thought you were...

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Dead? Sorry to disappoint.

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Mrs Heathfield, I believe?

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Let's go exploring. I realise you probably know your way around,

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but my tour is especially good because I do it all by the medium...

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of song!

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Do-de-da de-do-de-da-de-de.

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LAUGHTER

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# The science lab is really fab

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# The art room's got vavoom

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# The drama studio is really coolio

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# Our school's got a lot of boom! #

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That's the tour over. What shall we do now?

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I think we've got a little time on our hands before the prize giving,

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how does peach cordial in the library sound?

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-Perfect.

-Yeah, yeah!

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Headmaster, that's the toilet, the library is this way.

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I knew that.

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Headmaster Griffith, you're still wearing a pink head band.

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I was in a hurry, there wasn't time to...

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so I decided to wear pink.

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We were wondering if you and Mrs Heathfield could spare a moment.

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So in order to raise the funds...

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for this brilliant student to go to Beijing...

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this brilliant student who helps girls when they faint

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-for no apparent reason.

-We thought we could have a charity dinner

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for you and all the other school governors.

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I think it's a wonderful idea.

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I will happily attend and I'll make sure all the governors attend, too.

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You are all so smart.

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Go don't you agree, Miss Sinclair?

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-Aren't you both amazed and impressed by these girls?

-Well, I suppose so.

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Well, say it, out loud,

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now, or I might smack, sack you.

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I'm amazed and impressed by these girls.

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LAUGHTER

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I still can't believe you did that for me.

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We're not being expelled and you're going to Beijing.

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Haven't I said thank you enough?

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Well, too much, actually. You can go back to being repressive.

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Sophie, are you still spending Saturday afternoon

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painting your nails?

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I've been officially uninvited since quitting the race.

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It is probably just as well.

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You're simply not suited to being cool, unlike me, of course.

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-Of course!

-I did learn something from you, though.

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Cool people do walk differently.

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Perhaps it is the one thing stopping me from becoming popular.

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So I have been working on my walk. What do you think?

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DISCO MUSIC

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I think it needs a lot more practise!

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Sophie battles against the seduction of being popular when she discovers a talent for sports. Will she use her ghostly powers to win? Meanwhile, Jonathan is upset to learn that he's lost out on a trip to Beijing with the psychics class.


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