Hello Dolly Hotel Trubble


Hello Dolly

Children's sitcom. The Hotel Trubble heating has packed up and the staff are freezing. Meanwhile, a mysterious guest arrives claiming to be Mr Trubble's fiancee.


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Welcome to Hotel Trubble.

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Meet Sally, our receptionist.

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People, trying to have a conversation here.

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And this is Lenny, he's a man of many talents.

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This is Dolly, she's Mr Trubble's fiancee.

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And this is Mrs Poshington, our oldest resident.

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Which just leaves me, Jamie. I'm the bellboy.

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# Hotel Trubble forever

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# It's the pits And we know we're stuck

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# But we love it

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# Hotel Trubble forever

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# We're a team staying calm

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# Arm in arm

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# So the hotel survives

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# Hotel Trubble

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# Keep the hotel alive! #

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It's a bit warm in here, isn't it?

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Can we not open the windows?

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We've had no heating for months.

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The roof's full of holes, it's freezing. Can't you feel the cold?

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-How would I do that?

-How would you feel the cold?

-Yeah.

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Well, you've got nerves in your skin, yeah?

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-Yeah.

-Well, you use them to feel the cold.

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And then, then, they send messages to your brain.

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-My brain?

-Yes.

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Then you use your brain to listen to the messages and feel the cold.

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Can't you do that?

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Oh! Oh. It's freezing in here.

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-Yeah.

-Sally, it's freezing.

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I know. Really hard to type with these huge mittens on.

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Remember how clean and warm the hotel used to be?

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If only Mr Trubble hadn't become Lord Mayor of Telford,

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he just doesn't have any time for us any more.

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Which is why I'm sending him this email about fixing the hotel.

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Yeah, maybe you should take the mittens off, yeah?

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Ooh! That's it. I refuse to work under these conditions.

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I'm going to phone Mr Trubble and I'm going to tell him I'm going on strike unless he fixes this hotel.

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This is our final warning.

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We will not back down.

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We are united in our struggle.

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And you, Mr Trubble, you have to cave in to our demands.

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Excellent. Really good.

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Now, actually phone him for real.

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-OK.

-OK.

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ANGRY RANTING OF MR TRUBBLE

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Mr Trubble, hi.

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HE RANTS

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Oh, are you? I've always wanted to go to Telford.

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What's it like here?

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Oh, it's fine, yeah, yeah. Um.

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It's a bit freezing.

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It's a bit leaky, a bit awful, yeah.

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He says not to worry.

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-What?

-He says it's not a problem.

-It is a problem.

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It is a problem.

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-He says it isn't.

-The problem is he can't see what's going on here.

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We need a manager in the hotel,

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not someone waltzing around, living the high life in Telford.

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Yeah, we need a manager in the hotel,

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not someone waltzing around, living the high life in Telford.

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I didn't mean you to say that.

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-He says it's a very good idea.

-Did he?

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I wonder who he's going to put in charge.

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Maybe, maybe I...

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Maybe I can get the job.

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Lenny, where did you get that fish from?

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From the ice hole.

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-What ice hole?

-You know, the big one with the lid in the kitchen.

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-You mean the freezer?

-Oh. That will explain the peas then.

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Sally, I wish to make a complaint.

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Lenny, one for you.

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-Hello.

-It's my room.

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It's freezing cold. And wet.

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And filthy dirty.

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And poor Sirius here, he has a nasty attack of rising damp.

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-Look.

-CAT MIAOWS

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FARTS

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And I'm not too well myself.

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I think I've got a bit of a cold coming on.

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Look what I coughed up this morning.

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I can't see anything.

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A hanky, I coughed up the hanky.

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Come along, Sirius.

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Ah, you there.

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Jamie. Call me a doctor.

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What's he daydreaming about?

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Fresh towels to Mrs Poshington!

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Service to Room Three!

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Good afternoon, madam.

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Yes, yes, I am the manager.

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The award-winning manager of Hotel Trubble.

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The world's cleanest, warmest hotel.

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What're you doing?

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Daydreaming about being manager of the hotel.

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Oh, right. Hey, I'm daydreaming about being in your daydream.

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Do you mind, you're putting me off.

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All right?

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-Nice daydream.

-Thanks.

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Do you mind if I daydream about my favourite band coming to play at the hotel?

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All right, look, this is supposed to be my daydream.

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-I was having a really nice time managing the hotel.

-Oh, Lenny.

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Hey, get out of it.

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Right, that's enough!

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End of daydream.

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Everybody out!

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Everybody.

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Excuse me. Excuse me!

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-You all right?

-Er, yeah, sorry. We were just, oh.

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We were having a daydream.

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Yeah, my daydream.

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Yeah, we were having his daydream.

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-May I take your coat?

-Oh yes, thank you.

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It's a bit cold in here, isn't it?

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Yeah, that's why we want your coat.

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Anything else we can do?

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Yes, I'm Dolly, I'm Mr Trubble's girlfriend.

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-Mr Trubble has a girlfriend?

-Yes.

-Seriously?

-Yes.

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-And that's you?

-Yes.

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-And do you, like, kiss and cuddle and everything?

-Yes.

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Eurgh!

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Now, Trubby sent me over...

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Oh whoa. Trubby?

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Yes. Trubby sent me over because he wants somebody who works here to take charge of the hotel.

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Oh, I see. And you've come to?

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-To sort it all out?

-Oh, that's great, that's a great idea.

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-Do you hear that?

-Yeah, they kiss and cuddle!

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No, not that.

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She's come to sort out who's in charge.

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She's going to make one of us manager.

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-Who do you think she'll choose?

-I don't want to blow my own trumpet.

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-I think there's one obvious candidate.

-Me.

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No! Not you.

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-The chef?

-No.

-Oh, General Sirius?

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No, me!

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All I have to do is make a good impression, and I'll get the job.

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I could do with a bit of a rest, I've got a bit of jet lag.

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-From the coach.

-I think you'll find this room affords the most spectacular views.

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-Of what?

-Of wherever it is that the hotel's situated.

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Oh, sounds lovely. Phwoar.

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Stinks a bit, mind.

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Yes, that would be the damp and the filth, madam.

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I'm afraid Mr Trubble's had very little time to organise cleaning and repairs recently.

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Repairs? Repairs!

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Don't talk to me about repairs.

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I ain't been fiddled with since the war. Atchoo!

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Of course, I would make cleaning up the dirt my first priority.

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Oh, that would be great.

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I was just thinking the hotel could do with a full-time cleaner.

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That can be you, if you're up to the job.

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-I beg your pardon?

-The job.

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-Are you up to it?

-The job?

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Me? You're choosing me?

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-If you want to do it?

-I do.

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Please, I won't let you down.

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All right then.

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Yes! I'm so happy.

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Yes. Yes! Yes!

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# I could have danced all night

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# I could have danced all night

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# And still... #

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-I've got the job, I'm the new manager!

-Oh, brilliant.

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Oh.

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Oh.

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First thing, polish the numbers and signs on all the doors.

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Right you are, sir, manager, sir.

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Next, I'm going to close the hotel for renovation and repairs.

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Hotel Trubble, your troubles are over.

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You've got some right weirdos working here, sweetheart.

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Managing them's going to be a bit of a challenge.

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And then there's the repairs, the bookings.

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Yeah, all those bookings.

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Accounts. Catering. Publicity.

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Yeah, it's always a big job. The cold. There's just so much work.

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-MUFFLED:

-And I've got all these envelopes to lick.

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-MUFFLED:

-I hate licking envelopes.

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-MUFFLED:

-I'd like to ask you if you wouldn't mind doing it for me, if that's all right?

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So can I leave that with you?

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Leave what with me?

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What we were just talking about.

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You want me to do all of that?

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Why me?

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I don't know.

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You seem like the best person for the job.

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-I don't think I've had the training.

-The training?

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You need to sort out your confidence, girl.

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You've got it in you.

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I know you have.

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Noooo!

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Oh? Good news, Sal?

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I've been made manager of the hotel.

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Oh, brilliant. Oh. Hang on.

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I think I'm remembering something.

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-I'm the new manager.

-Oh, brilliant.

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I've been made manager.

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-I'm the new manager.

-I've been made manager.

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-New Manager.

-Manager.

-(REPEATS)

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-I'm the new manager.

-Oh, brilliant.

-I've been made manager.

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-New manager.

-Manager.

-REPEATS TO A DANCE BEAT

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What are you doing?

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Oh, I don't know.

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But I love it when people are manager of the hotel. It's great.

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No, it's not great. It's awful.

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It's work. Loads of work.

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Dolly said, "The grounds, the publicity, the accounts."

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SQUEALS

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If I was manager, I'd buy you a nice new chair.

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Yeah?

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I would like a nice new chair.

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Yeah. And, er... Biscuits and magazines.

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-I've already got those.

-Well, more biscuits and more magazines.

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-How much more?

-Loads more.

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And if there was any work to do around the hotel, I'd make someone else do it.

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# It's a new dawn It's a new day

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# It's a new life

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# For me

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# And I'm feeling good... #

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Lenny!

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LENNY!

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I've done the grounds, Manager, and then I'm going to move onto the accounts and then...

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How the hours hang heavy. These menial managerial tasks bore me.

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I need some excitement to divert me from the,

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oh, the endless responsibility.

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Custard cream?

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A plague on custard creams!

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If only there was some exciting function at the hotel

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with music and decorations and celebrities.

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Organise one. You're the manager. You can do anything you like.

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I can? I can. I can do anything!

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So, put up some decorations, Lenny, and bring me the chequebook.

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-We're going to have a party - I mean function - at the hotel.

-OK.

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Hello. Cut Price Celebrities? I'd like to make a booking

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for my favourite band for a wild party at Hotel Trubble.

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Right. This is it.

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I need everything repainted.

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The roof needs doing. Check the wiring.

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And there's definitely something wrong with the boiler.

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It's just upstairs. There's a sign on the door.

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There's nothing wrong with me. I'm just blowing off a bit of steam.

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-FART SOUNDS

-Oh, back-draft!

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No problem. I'll go straight up and have a look at it.

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Thank you. Ah, Lenny, I need you to go down to the cellar.

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There's a load of old broken equipment down there.

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-Just bring it up and chuck it in the skip. Yeah?

-All right.

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So that's one booking for my favourite band, JLZ.

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OK. Bye!

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Well, I don't think much of your decorations, Lenny!

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I was thinking more balloons.

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No boiler here.

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Where is that doctor?

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-Oh, sorry.

-Don't go.

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I've been expecting you.

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You're here to do the examination.

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-Well yeah, but...

-Yes, well, come in. Come in. Let's get it over with.

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You see,

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it's this dreadful cold.

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-I don't think it's anything serious.

-I wouldn't say that.

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From what I can see, you're in a pretty bad state.

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Oh, dear.

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Yeah.

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Now, it could be...

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your entire system's backed up.

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My system?

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Yup.

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Now, I can try flushing the whole thing out.

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-I'm not consenting to that!

-That'd be all right. It's just a case

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of blowing a high pressure liquid through your pipes, blow out all the muck.

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The muck?!

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Oh, did you hear what he said?

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Get out of here, you...

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you...

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revolting quack!

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-I was only trying to....

-Oh!

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Bite him.

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Bite him!

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Oh, what an awful man.

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What is the NHS coming to?

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SHE SCREAMS

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You're my favourite band, JLZ.

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Oh, I love you!

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And you.

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Not so keen on you.

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I really...love you.

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And I'm not a receptionist, by the way. I'm the manager.

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Hold it right there, lady.

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Back away from the band.

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Two feet. Two feet...

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-But I'm...

-Back. Bit more. Bit more.

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OK, now talk.

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I was just wondering...

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-The boys don't talk to nobody.

-But I'm the manager!

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I don't care two bits who you are.

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You want my boys to play your crummy hotel,

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-it's going to cost you plenty.

-Oh!

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I've got the hotel chequebook.

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Well, now we're talking.

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I don't see no posters in this joint.

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-How the fans going to know they're here?

-Fans?

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Oh, the fans.

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Don't worry, there'll be hundreds and hundreds of fans.

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So what is this sign? "Hotel closed for refurbishment."

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That sign is just...

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..spelt wrong. It's meant to say, "Massive hotel function with JLZ."

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-Yeah, they just... Spelling mistake.

-So, change it! Now!

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-Come on, boys, let's go burn some fan mail.

-Bye.

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Lenny? Lenny!

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What?

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What is this sign?

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I don't know.

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I think it's Jamie's.

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Yeah, we'll change it. And can you put all their equipment in the TV room?

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Gosh.

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Everything all right? How's that little job that I asked you to do coming along?

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It's all right, but a bit stressful - I'm trying to learn the ropes.

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Stressful? But it's the simplest job in the world, sweetheart.

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-Have you got any tips?

-Tips?

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Just lick 'em. That's all there is to it, really.

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Just lick 'em?

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Flush out all my muck, indeed!

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Who'd have thought it?

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It was only a little cold.

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Mr Barker, how's it going?

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Not so good, I'm afraid.

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This hotel's in a terrible state. I'm surprised the old thing's still standing.

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It's bad news, Jamie.

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Oh, it's that awful doctor.

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That all boiler's had it. I'm surprised the old girl's still going.

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It's terminal, I'm afraid.

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Oh, my. He says I'm going to die!

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Is there nothing we can do?

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No. That's the trouble with these ancient models - the slightest thing can finish them off.

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-It's only a matter of days until she packs up completely.

-Oh!

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It's the end.

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# Now the end is near

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# And so I face

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# The final curtain... #

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I want a real feeling of freshness in here.

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You know, ambitious colours, spring shades, a hint of apple, a sprinkle of cherry blossom.

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I've got gloss white.

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Yeah, that'll be all right, I guess.

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LENNY SNORES

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Lenny, what's all this rubbish doing here? I told you to put in the skip.

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-But I've just...!

-Get it out!

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These men are waiting to do their work.

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I'm sorry about this.

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Oh, General.

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Have I led a good life?

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All I've done is travel the world,

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lived in hotels,

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discovered lost civilisations,

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fought crime,

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climbed mountains, and battled the forces of evil.

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But is it enough?

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-Or have I wasted my life?

-CAT MIAOWS

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Oh, Serious, don't cry.

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I must put my affairs in order.

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I can at least do one good deed...

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..before

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I go.

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# And now the end is near

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# And so I face

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# The final curtain... #

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COUGHING

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So, we'll do the gig in the lobby and this is where we're storing all of your equipment, and there'll be

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hundreds of girls out there, but of course you'll only have eyes for me.

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Hey!

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No licking the band!

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Where's our equipment? What did you do with our stuff, you freak?

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Lenny!

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Lenny!

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Lenny!

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Yes, Sally?

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What have you done with the band's equipment?

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-Well, Jamie said to...

-I don't care what Jamie said.

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I told you to store it in here and I'm the manager, aren't I?

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-Well...

-Yeah, I am. So, go on, bring it back in.

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Right.

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Sorry about that.

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And the licking, it's a management thing.

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Lenny, what are you doing? I told you to get rid of that rubbish.

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Please don't make me move it again. It's too heavy.

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Don't carry it, just throw it in the skip from here.

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Look. Like this.

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Like that. Come on. I'll help you.

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What are you doing?!

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You better have a good explanation for this.

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Who are you? This hotel is closed for refurbishment.

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Come on. No guests. Off you go.

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We ain't going nowhere. And this hotel ain't closed.

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If that's the case, perhaps you'd like to take a look at this sign.

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Who changed this sign? Change it back again.

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-Don't touch that sign, Lenny.

-Lenny, as your manager, I order you...

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I'm the manager!

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Huh! I think you'll find it's me.

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-I think you find it's me.

-Right. That's it. You're suspended.

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No. You're suspended.

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You're suspended for impersonating a manager.

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Well, you're suspended for suspending me.

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Well, you can't suspend me because I've suspended you and you

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don't have the power to suspend me even if you could. Which you can't.

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-So you're suspended.

-Can I be suspended, please? I need a rest.

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Look, which one of you crazy punks is in charge of this joint?

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-I am.

-No, I am.

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Well, sort of, anyway.

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I am in charge of organising you lot, so what is going on?

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You said I was in charge.

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Did I? I don't remember that.

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Yes, you did. Think back.

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OK.

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Oh, that would be great. I was just thinking the hotel could do with a full-time cleaner.

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That can be you, if you're up for the job.

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Oh, I see. You meant the job of cleaner.

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And you thought I meant the job of the manager!

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Imagine that mix-up.

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Oh, gosh. That could have caused all sorts of farcical confusion.

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It did. I mean, it will do.

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Well, now we've got all that cleared up, let's leap forward to the present.

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I think we've gone a bit too far forward.

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Look at JLZ!

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Stand back from the skeletons, lady.

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Lenny, how come you're not old?

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I'm not Lenny. I'm my grandson.

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OK. Come on.

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Let's rewind.

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But that still doesn't explain why I thought I was manager.

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-OK, OK, well, look, let's just go back again...

-No, no.

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Let's just take it for granted that it was another mix-up, yeah?

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I'm sorry for thinking that I was manager and trying to suspend you, Jamie.

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I'm sorry for thinking I was manager and trying to suspend you.

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Yeah. And I'm sorry, too.

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-Why are you sorry?

-I don't know. I'm confused.

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Let's agree to never think that we're manager again.

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Isn't it lovely?

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Everyone's sorted everything out.

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The heck it is! You still owe me for smashing all my equipment.

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And the booking fee.

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And my band are still skeletons.

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# Hope I die before I get old... #

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At least my spots have gone.

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That will be £8 million.

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-But you're from Cut Price Celebrities?

-We are.

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You want to see what JLS charge for being turned into skeletons.

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Right. That's the repairs and renovations done.

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Your bill comes to £1 million.

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-No, no. We can't pay that sort of money.

-What are we going to do?

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There's only one option - we're just going to have to close the hotel.

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I see you've heard my tragic news.

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Now, there must be no tears.

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All good things must come to an end.

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It's only natural. Now, there is one task I have yet to complete.

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You've all been such good friends to me

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at Hotel Trubble

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that I couldn't leave this mortal plane

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without bequeathing you my entire fortune.

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£9 million.

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What?!

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Now, to make things simple,

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I've put one million in this bag and eight million in this one.

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-Thank you very much.

-About time.

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Come on, boys. Let's get you down the gym.

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Oh, wicked.

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Bagsie's the rowing machine! HE LAUGHS

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I'm going to lift some weights.

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Yeah, I'm in a band!

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Why did the doctor take my £1 million?

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That's not a doctor. He came to fix the boiler.

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The boiler?!

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He's not a...

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The boiler! Then I'm not going to die. I'm not going to die.

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I'm so happy!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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I'm not going to die! I'm not going to die!

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Wait a minute.

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I'm not going to die...

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and I've given away all my money.

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I'm ruined.

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I shall be cast out into the streets.

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Oh, what is to become of me?

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Oh, Mrs P, don't worry. You can still stay here.

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Is that OK?

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Oh, yes, I suppose she can.

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Oh, that would be marvellous. Thank you.

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But how will I pay my way?

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I know. You can work here.

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Can I? Can I really? That would be absolutely splendid.

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That is a great idea because we are still looking for a full-time cleaner anyway.

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A cleaner! Is there nothing else?

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Oh.

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Very well.

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Cleaner it is. Come along, Serious.

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Follow me to the broom cupboard.

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Tonight we feast on jammy dodgers.

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I'll help you get settled in, Mrs P.

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Well, there's nothing like a quiet first day to ease yourself into a new job, is there?

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Don't you worry, though.

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I've got loads of great ideas to liven up this place.

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