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Teamwork

The Dumping Ground gang make video blogs. Mo's video is about how teamwork is the best way to get results, but Bailey is not convinced.


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-OK, it's working. Are you ready?

-No.

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But it's going to be great, and two heads are better than one.

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Yeah, for an alien, maybe.

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Look, you do the blogging and I'll do something better and less sad.

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Can't. Mike said we should team up. He'll be cross.

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Yeah, I'll take my chances.

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And disappointed.

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He'll survive.

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I'll be disappointed too...

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Ready?

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Welcome to The Dumping Ground.

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Yeah, what he said.

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It's not as bad as it sounds.

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If you're watching this, you're one of us now.

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Relax. You're going to love it here.

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You'll meet some amazing new friends.

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Get to try exciting new food.

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We promise it will be an experience you'll never forget.

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Brilliant.

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But remember, this is a place where random chaos can strike at any time.

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So you have to be prepared...

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..for pretty much anything.

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And that's why we've made this video blog.

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We've been through all this...

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..so you don't have to.

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This time on The Dumping Ground Survival Files, Teamwork.

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Why it's good to work with others.

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If we all pull together, nothing's impossible. Right, Bailey?

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If you say so.

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One word - ants.

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Oh, what?

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Ants. They have the answer.

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Ants? Are you serious?!

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One of the great things about ants is that they're so tiny

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but when they pull together as a team, they can do anything.

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Anything?

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Yeah, like moving large twigs or leaves.

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OK. Next time I need to move some twigs about,

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I'll be right round to you and your ant mates for some help.

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It's true. Teamwork makes the dream work.

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I'm going to be sick.

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# Come on, come on, let's work together... #

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You should know that better than most people...

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..with your football team and everything.

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Mo, football and me are the dream.

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-Big match tomorrow.

-What kind of match?

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The League Cup Final. Our team's going to storm it.

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Are you the captain?

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-I should be.

-Are you even any good?

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I'm way better than good.

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-Yeah, I meant the team.

-I am the team.

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Bet they'd be happy to hear that.

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A team is nothing without a star.

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Pass the ball!

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On your right, give him a go!

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Bailey, pass the ball. Bailey!

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-Pass the ball. Look, look, look!

-Give it in, man.

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Bailey, I'm not...

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Yeah!

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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You would've have won far more if you were more of a team player.

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You shouldn't believe everything that Mike says.

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Yes!

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-What is your problem?

-I've scored four goals, man.

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And you let them score five in return.

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It's not my fault the defenders are rubbish.

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Nothing's ever your fault, is it?

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A football team needs 11 players. You can't play a match by yourself.

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So what? You're a footie expert now

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as much as an everything else expert?

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Sorry. I know it's your thing.

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Football's more than just a thing, Mo.

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I know. The thing, your thing.... Football,

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it needs a team, doesn't it?

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You know, I think I preferred the ants.

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Is it something I said?

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As you can see, if you're coming to live here with us for a bit,

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you're about to become part of one big, happy team.

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Let's talk to some of the members.

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Kaz, would you say you are a team person?

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Not really, no.

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Yes, you are.

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When Frank was on the streets he made friends with you, didn't he?

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He spotted you were going to be a good friend. A team player.

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Frank made friends with me because I shared a packet of crisps.

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Frank will do anything for crisps.

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If people want to gang up and work together that's fine,

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but I'd rather do things by myself.

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Why's that? What's so good about being by yourself?

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Oh, I don't know, things like

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you don't get people asking you stupid questions all the time.

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Oh, you mean me.

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Get out, Mo.

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Tee? Quick question about Team Dumping Ground.

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What team? We're not a team.

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No, but Team Dumping Ground. We all work together, don't we?

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Depends what's in it for the other person.

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Have you been talking to Bailey?

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Please, Tee. I promised Mike I'd do this.

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OK. What do you want to know?

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I need an example.

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A time when working together as a team really paid off.

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Well...there was the day that Gus moved out.

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Oh, yeah. He used to be in Floss's room, didn't he?

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What happened?

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How can I put it?

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Gus was very...particular about his stuff

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and he was very stressed out at the thought of having to move it.

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How do I pack all this up so I know where it is?

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How do I unpack it when I can't plan where to put it?

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And nobody wants a stressed Gus about the place.

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Believe me, that always ends up very badly.

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So Operation Move Gus's Stuff kicked into action.

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# See our friends, see the sights

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# Feel all right

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# Are we like you?

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# I can't be sure

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# Of the scene as she turns

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# We are strange in our worlds

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# But we are young We run free

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# Keep our teeth nice and clean

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# See our friends, see the sights

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# Feel all right. #

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So, yeah. I suppose that all worked out really well.

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You're saying teamwork really made a difference?

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Yeah, it really did.

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So, what, you ganged up to move some kid's stuff out?

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-That sounds like you wanted him out a lot quicker!

-That's not true.

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Gus was his own person but we all really liked him.

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We didn't want him to go.

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Yeah, that's right. Gus was great.

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Hang on. You haven't even met the kid.

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He is right, Mo.

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I know I didn't actually meet him in real life,

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but I can just tell we would have got on really well.

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Gus and Mo in the same house. Can you imagine?

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What was that, sorry?

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Erm, you're right. Yeah, you would have had a lot in common.

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Who next? Oh, I know.

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Death Head Dave and The Screamer.

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This just gets worse.

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Bailey? Do you want to interview them?

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No way. Munchkins are your department.

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I'm not a munchkin!

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I'm sure Bailey didn't really mean it.

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Oh, yes, he did.

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Look, let's stick to the blog.

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I need you to answer a question. It's about teamwork.

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What's the best thing about it?

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The best thing about teamwork is it makes us munchkins unbeatable.

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Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to Dumping Ground's very own Grapple...

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She's right, you know. I'm never going to forget the wrestling.

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On my right, it is Death Head Dave.

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CHEERING

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HORN BLOWS

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Now, I'm now introducing...

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The Screamer!

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Boo!

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That's a nice robe!

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FLOSS SCREAMS

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Death Head Dave and The Screamer? Where did you get the names from?

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They're the names of real-life wrestlers,

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which May Li wouldn't take me to see.

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And that was her big mistake.

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I want a good, clean fight.

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No kicking, punching, hitting, spitting, SCREAMING,

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-ear tugs or nose tweaks. Understand?

-Yep.

-Shake.

-We are seconds away!

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-The fight begins. Round One.

-Go on, get in!

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What? Hey... Oh!

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-You should've taken me wrestling.

-One, two, three! She's out.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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And the winners of this battle... Death Head Dave and The Screamer!

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CHEERING

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So we both ended up winners.

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Winners, really? Of the Who Can Be Lamest Contest, maybe.

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No, it's a really good example of how teamwork makes things happen.

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Except I think you'll find it mostly doesn't.

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But hang on, the wrestling's proof.

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Give that here. I'll show you some proof.

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Oi, Bailey! What are you...?

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-OK, Tyler, mate.

-Mate?

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Listen. You're a man of the world.

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Can you back me up on something?

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On what, exactly?

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Mo's got this weird idea that being part of a team

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is, like, the greatest thing ever.

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So maybe he's right.

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Don't be so soft.

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You know as well as I do,

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every time we all do something together, it ends in disaster.

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No, it's good when people help each other on stuff.

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Oh, what?!

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Yeah, like that time when I had a bad tooth.

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I got loads of helpful advice. Everyone was chipping in.

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Tyler, why don't you just leave it?

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Don't rush, just let it happen naturally, man.

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-Or I could just punch you in the mouth.

-Elektra!

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Big bite, mate.

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Ah!

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-No, spit it out.

-All right, that's it. Come out of me kitchen.

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-Leave me veg, go on.

-Don't worry, mate, there's another way.

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Never fails.

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Yeah, it's amazing what people can come up

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when they put their heads together.

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Coat hanger - check.

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Bicycle pump - check.

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Dental floss - check.

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Spade - check.

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Cork with a valve - check.

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Lemonade bottle...

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TYLER BURPS

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I'd have never thought of the tooth extraction rocket by myself,

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so I had Rick to thank for helping me out.

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Helping you out? Who needs that kind of help?

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Ah!

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TYLER YELLS

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Ow...

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What have you done, you imbecile boy?

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Oh, let me look.

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OK. So we did both get grounded for a week,

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and I did end up with two dodgy teeth, not just one.

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But what Rick did that day came from a good place.

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Yay. Go team Rick.

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This is just you trying to wind me up, isn't it?

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Come on, Tyler. Just this once, admit I'm right.

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No-one's going to find out.

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You're filming me.

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Oh, yeah.

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So Tyler agreed too. Teamwork is good.

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Yeah, true, but teamwork is winding Bailey up.

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It's not like that.

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Of course it's like that, it's always like that.

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He'll calm down in a minute.

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So what have dream team Bailey and Mo learnt

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so far about teamwork to upload into the Dumping Ground Survival Files?

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When you work as a team, nothing is impossible.

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Different people see the world in different ways

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and so joining together with others can mean you come up

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with amazing ideas you would never have thought of by yourself.

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No one person can do anything on their own,

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and that's why teaming up with others is a good thing.

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Even if you're little, you'll be amazed what you can achieve

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if you pull together.

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OK, so Bailey's hard to convince,

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which means that you might be, too.

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I need to put together some more evidence.

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I know!

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Let's see what one of the Dumping Ground's very best

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team players has to say.

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Erm, Carmen?

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What?

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I'm doing a blog for newbies about teamwork.

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I thought you might, you know... might want to say something.

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Haven't you got someone else to do that with?

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Mike teamed me with Bailey.

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It's not your day, is it?

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No, no, it's going really well,

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he's just done so much he's having a tiny rest.

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A tiny rest. Yeah, right.

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But I wanted to ask you about some of the times

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when teamwork has really worked here,

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like the Touch the TV challenge.

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Are you for real? We all ended up like zombies

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and then we all fell out.

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She's wrong.

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OK, so we all got a bit tired, but The Touch the TV day

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was one of the best times ever in The Dumping Ground.

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Ever. Talk about exciting.

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I had two whiteboards on the go at the same time.

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Yep, that's this place for you.

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Just when you thought it couldn't get any more lame...

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Oh, good. You're back from your tiny rest.

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My tiny rest?

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Anyway, what happened was we needed to find out a way of deciding

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what we'd watch on TV that night.

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-It's the final of Find Me A Star tomorrow night!

-Whoop-de-doo...

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-Oh, what do you know?

-Whatever.

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-As long as it finished by 7.30, right, lads?

-England!

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Ugh, football...

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Yes, football.

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It's England - you know, THE England against Portugal match.

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-It's a friendly, it's not even a real match.

-And we've bagsied the TV.

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-You can't bagsy the TV when there's an England match on!

-Well, we did.

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Mike!

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Between some saddo talent show and the footie. England, too.

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It should have been no contest.

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-But everyone split into two teams of...

-Total losers.

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..six people.

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Team Talent versus Team Football. Winner watches their show.

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Any ideas?

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-Touch The Telly.

-All right, OK.

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-You have to have one hand on the telly or you're out.

-Easy.

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So, write this down,

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one hand on TV

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at all times.

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-And all the other rules apply.

-All right.

-Play nice!

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Football! Football! Football!

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EVERYBODY SHOUTS

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Everybody ready?

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Five, four,

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three, two, one...

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Here we go.

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And so the great contest had begun.

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Yeah, and it didn't take long before we all worked out

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just how dumb it was.

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Whose stupid idea was this?

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This is a really stupid idea.

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So that's all you need to know.

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The whole thing was even too sad for a baby like Harry, who's about two.

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Harry's not two.

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Oh, whatever.

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Anyways, surprise, surprise,

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the team co-operation lasted about ten minutes.

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-12 minutes and 17...

-Mo!

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Face it, Mo. There wasn't much teamwork going on,

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not from what I remember.

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Right, Frank, come on, mate. Focus, yeah?

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-What's more important, England or your stomach?

-Oh, that is not fair.

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Guys, I'm getting seriously worried about Frank.

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Just think, Frank - live goals. Live England goals.

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-Have you got anything in that bag?

-Erm...

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-I've got a cake, but I was saving it for later.

-Yeah, bring it out!

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I've not got much left.

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Look, it's not a favour for me. Do it for the footie.

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-We need anything we can get.

-See?

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Hey, Frank...!

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GIRLS GIGGLE

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Ah, but now, I can open up a shop.

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You're a bit young to run a shop, Frank. Besides, there isn't any room.

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No, Mo, it just means selling stuff.

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I can smell a scam.

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Well, they are going to run out of sweets very quickly

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and then they'll be really hungry.

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It's just the way the world is. Everyone looks after number one.

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End of.

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I think you're wrong.

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Really? So what about Frank?

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-Mike's secret stash?

-Yep!

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With this, I'm going to make a profit and then replace them

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before he even finds out.

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Awesome!

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What you were doing with those sweets was a bit out of order,

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wasn't it, Frank?

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I was just providing a service. No-one had to buy them.

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Thank you.

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One there.

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Very nice.

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Wonderful.

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-Want a hand?

-Go, go, go.

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-There we go.

-Thank you.

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-Nice.

-Can't do it.

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Frank...

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Where'd you get the sweets from?

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Erm... Friend of a friend.

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I was keeping up spirits.

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You can't put a price on morale.

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And filling your pockets...

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By giving the people what they wanted!

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See, Frank had the right idea. Every man for himself.

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No, he was the exception. Everyone was pulling together.

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Yeah, maybe on Planet Mo,

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but in the real world, it's all about dirty tricks, arguments

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and zero teamwork.

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You big cheat.

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You can talk!

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Fair's fair, Tyler.

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Whoa!

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-Ow!

-Ow!

-What...?

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-Jody!

-It was an accident.

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Well, Mo's the adjudicator.

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If your team hadn't have started fighting, you might have won.

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Listen, I didn't start any arguments with anyone,

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but Bailey Wharton never backs down, and that's that.

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This is your elbow, right? This is what you're doing with it.

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-What are you doing?

-I'm showing you how annoying it is.

-Back off.

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-Or what?

-Guys, come on...

-Yeah, how'd you like it, eh?

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Guys!

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Argh...

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We won! Yes! Whoo!

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I did it, I won!

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Team Talent! Team Talent!

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Idiot...

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CHEERING

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Sad, really.

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You could have walked it if you and Johnny had worked together.

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Johnny? I thought we was talking about winning,

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why would you bring up the biggest loser of the lot?

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Tell you what.

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Why don't you go and have another little rest while I do the next bit?

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Another little rest?

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You're a real team player, aren't you, Johnny?

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Well, I like to think so, yeah.

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-Finally!

-Finally what?

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Nothing. Just carry on.

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What would you say are the plus sides of working together?

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The greatest thing about working as a team

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is that everyone gets involved.

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Like your plank thing?

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Yeah.

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-So what we've got to do is get to the other side?

-With that?

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-But don't touch the river.

-If any of us do, we've got to start again.

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Yeah? Easy.

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We use the longest plank to get from box to box,

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then move the plank to get to the next box.

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If it was as simple as that, don't you think I would've cracked it?

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Only two people on one plank or box at a time.

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Can't we get on with it instead of standing

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around here talking about it?

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And any downside to working as a team?

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-Yeah.

-Which is?

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That everyone gets involved.

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-Got it?

-A little hop over here.

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-What are you messing about for?

-Careful...

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Rick!

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-Lower it down.

-Come on...

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All right, all right...

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Bailey, what are you doing?

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Do you think you're funny by doing this?

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Bailey!

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That's not funny.

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-Bailey...

-We'll have to start again now.

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-Was that hard?

-This is about being a team.

-Whatever.

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I thought you were supposed to be good at football...

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So what would your perfect team be like, Johnny?

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My perfect team?

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Just put that plank on that side.

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I am trying, but you need to move out of the way.

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Just put it down now.

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My perfect team...

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-Out the way.

-Oi, Bailey!

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-Ow!

-Sorry.

-Are you OK?

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My perfect team would involve lots of people like me.

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-Where are you going?

-It's getting boring, Johnny.

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If you'd listen to what I said, we could have done it.

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Why would anyone want to listen to you? Huh?

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See - even Johnny agrees with me.

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That wasn't what he said!

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Face it, Mo,

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team effort always end up in an epic fail,

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but just with more people cluttering up the place.

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It's not worth the bother.

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You're wrong. I've got the perfect example!

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Yeah, sure you have.

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I have. Your story,

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the one we worked on together.

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That? That was nothing. It was a fluke.

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-# All together now

-All together...

-#

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Don't listen to Bailey.

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He's not being fair on himself, or me.

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He's an awesome story writer.

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No, do listen to Bailey. Writing stories is just kids' stuff.

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I don't know why Mo keeps going on about it.

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-This is Tee's story.

-This is going to walk it.

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Sheena tossed and turned amidst profound terror as the mists

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stalked her dreams, where the dark memory of her past was unleashed.

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Aaah...

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-Oi, don't be mean.

-No, he's right. It's trying too hard.

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-I'll start again.

-Yeah, cos that'll be so much better.

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-I'd like to see you try.

-I could do it with my eyes closed, mate.

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Yeah? Prove it. Get writing.

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Can't be bothered.

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-Bu-gak!

-OK, enough.

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If you both write a story, I'll judge.

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I'm in. Bailey?

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OK, then.

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You have until lunchtime tomorrow.

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You talked yourself into a right mess.

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-What would you have done without me?

-I'd have come up with something.

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Oh, I've got something to say to you.

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Loooooser!

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Carmen is going to be even worse when you don't give in a story.

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May Li said write about something that matters.

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You could write about your letter.

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Yeah, I don't think so, Mo.

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Well...

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I could write it. It wouldn't be cheating.

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I used to write things for my dad.

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He'd tell me what to write and I'd write just that.

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-They'd recognise your handwriting.

-Well, I'll use the computer.

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You make some pictures, you're good at drawing.

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Look. It was nice of you to help and all of that,

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but do we have to keep banging on about it?

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Yes. It's important.

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So, what do you want to say?

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Hmm, well...

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-It's a girl.

-OK.

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She got put in care and then she got a letter from her mum...

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..saying she didn't want her to live with her no more.

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You can't just say what happens.

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You know, you've got to make it interesting.

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I'm useless at this, Mo.

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No, you're not.

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Let's plan it. So, what's your girl's name?

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OK. Well, what is your mum's name?

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Alison.

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Dad called her Ally.

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OK, well, where is she?

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What is she like?

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Have you got any photos?

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Dad threw them all out.

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He hates her.

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And?

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Look...

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She walked out when I was two.

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I can't even remember her.

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-That's good.

-What?!

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It means she can be whatever you want her to be. You can make her up.

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We made a great team.

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You had the ideas and I helped you get them out.

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Right, before we eat, I have another announcement.

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I have read the short stories.

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Right, Tee's story is brilliant.

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It's fast-paced, full of amazing imagery...really, really impressive.

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And this is Bailey's. It's very different...

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Yeah, I'll bet it is.

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..it's incredibly moving and the drawings...

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Well, they are just beautiful.

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-Thanks.

-What, you mean he's won?

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-I do, yeah. Well done, Bailey.

-Yeah, well done.

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-Special delivery for Bailey. Do you want me to read it?

-Yeah.

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And the really amazing thing was, you didn't just win

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the Dumping Ground story contest...

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You won the national one, too.

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-You won the story competition.

-Yay.

0:25:510:25:53

-How brilliant was that?

-Yeah, it was all right, I suppose.

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It was worth it to see the look on Johnny's face.

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No way.

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Plus, Carmen was furious. That was pretty funny, too.

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-Yeah, I think she means well done.

-Yeah, congratulations.

-Thanks.

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Now all you have to do is decide who to take.

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Mo, do you fancy it?

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You'll take me?

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Do you really want to take me?

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Of course I do.

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Thank you so much!

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So you agree then? Me and you,

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we're the Dream Team.

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-Yeah, all right.

-See?

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Team hug?

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Hey! Don't push it, little man. Don't push it.

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Sorry, sorry.

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So what has he learnt about teamwork

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to upload into the Dumping Ground Survival Files?

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Two heads work better than one because when you work with others,

0:26:490:26:52

you get different peoples' strengths all added together.

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Really?

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Whether it's muscle or brain power that's needed,

0:26:570:26:59

teamwork can help you upset the odds

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and do things that may have seemed impossible at first.

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If you say so.

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It can be hard, though, to get people to pull together on stuff.

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Johnny found that out with his plank.

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And the less about the Touch the TV challenge, the better.

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It's worth keeping at it, though, as the results can be amazing.

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Like me and Bailey with his story.

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So that's what he says you need to know about teamwork

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uploaded to the Survival Files.

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Good luck if you need to put any of this into action.

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And don't forget...

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We've been through all this...

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And it's not been pretty...

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So you don't have to.

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The Dumping Ground gang make video blogs as a helpful guide for new arrivals. Mo's video blog to help Dumping Ground newbies is about how teamwork is the best way to get results, but Bailey is not convinced.


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