Party Games The Dumping Ground


Party Games

Drama series. A party for new foster parents goes very wrong as Bailey and Carmen battle it out over celebrity parents and watery sabotage.


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POLICE RADIO CHATTER

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Oh, it's about time!

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This place is a madhouse, and they should all be locked up!

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We didn't do anything!

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ALL TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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Can everybody just calm down, please?

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Now...

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what happened here?

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ALL TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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We're going to ice these first.

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-Can you go and get the food colouring, Harry?

-Food colouring.

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Are you OK?

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Everyone's getting ready for the party downstairs.

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It's not a party, it's an "information day".

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Well, like May-Li says, just enjoy the day.

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Even if you don't want to get fostered.

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I never said that.

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So you do want to get fostered?

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I don't know.

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Look, just go downstairs

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and I'll see you in a bit, all right?

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OK.

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Oh, and don't let Tyler eat all the cake.

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GLASS SHATTERS

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Well, what do you think?

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It's like reading an auction catalogue.

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-That's a bit harsh.

-We're not selling anything.

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Just...trying a different approach to fostering.

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I know.

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It just feels a bit wrong, this...

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This beauty pageant.

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It's not a beauty pageant!

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It's a chance for the kids to meet with foster families,

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-you know, see if they click?

-And what if they don't?

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And what if they do?

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Face it, you can't be a dad

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-to everyone that's ever been through this place.

-Oh...

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No-no-no-no, Mo! Not too much. That's strong stuff yeah?

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Hey! Save some for the guests.

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Why? I don't want them here.

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-Well, everyone else does. So hands off.

-Whatever.

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But I'm never getting fostered. I promised my mum.

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You can't force me.

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Hey, we'd never do that.

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But it's not up to us, is it? It'll go to the panel.

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-So you're saying I don't have a choice?

-No, that's not I meant.

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What I meant is... VOICES OUTSIDE

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What do you call this?

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ALL TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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..and you haven't told them about my dancing classes.

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Yes, that's not supposed to be for you to read.

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I look a total minger!

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And I told you not to use the school photo.

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I don't want my photo in a book for all to see!

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And I'm joining the Army anyway, so I can't be fostered.

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Tee, Jody, you both look lovely.

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-Gorgeous.

-Kazima, the brochure's just for invited guests, yeah?

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And Johnny, just try and enjoy the day.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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They're here! No, no! Guys, guys! Don't squash...

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Give me a second, everyone get ready... Everyone ready?

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-Hi!

-Hello! Come on in.

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Lovely to meet you, come in.

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MURMURING

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Come on in.

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Hi, I'm Bailey. Can I take your coat?

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Yeah, sure. Thanks, mate.

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'Please leave a message after the tone.'

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Mum, it's me.

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Where are you?

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-CASHIER TILL DINGS

-Ouch!

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Mum, help!

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You've got to call me back.

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They're going to force me to get fostered..

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What?

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Look, don't worry. Maybe no-one will want you?

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You're joking, right?

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Who wouldn't want to take this face home? I'm doomed.

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-Doomed?

-Yeah.

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-Unless...

-Unless what?

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Oh, guys, there you are. Hey...

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Mo, Tyler...

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Ha-ha! Sorry, got to go! Things to do!

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Wow.

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Do I look OK?

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Not sure. Maybe you should try on some more clothes.

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It's called making an effort. Maybe you should try it, sometime.

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See you down there.

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I am telling you, girls,

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this diet has changed my life.

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How does it work?

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Oh, that's the best part. You can just eat whatever you want.

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Except carbs, dairy,

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sugar, fat...

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Oh, and meat.

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I've always been a vegetarian...

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..for political reasons, you know?

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Yeah, yeah. I mean, you know, me too, yeah.

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Stephanie. But you can call me "Steph".

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I'm Carmen.

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Hey, Carmen?

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What?

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Can you please stay here, though?

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Because I really want to come back and ask you about your hair.

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Aw.

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Do you want to see some dancing?

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Go on, then, doll.

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There's loads of foster families here.

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Just stay away from Matt and Stephanie.

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Why? What's so special about them?

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You don't know?

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That's Matt Brantson.

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Footballer? Played for Liverpool and Spurs?

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Topped the league and scored 26 goals in the 2002 season?

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When you were a baby.

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How do you even know all this stuff?

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I know everything about him. He's a legend.

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He's even scored for England.

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Wait, he's a famous footballer?

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So Stephanie's a WAG?

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Whatever. The point is...

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Hey, Carmen!

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Hey, Matt, do you want a game?

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-Yes.

-I'll be on your team, but who's going to take us on?

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Oh, I'll play with you.

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Actually, Mo, I was going to see if Stephanie wanted to play.

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Oh, yeah! All right, then, babes.

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I'll tell you what, why don't you play with Bradley?

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Bailey.

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Bailey. Sorry, sorry.

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Right.

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Go!

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Please, please, please...

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Jody?

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Are you wishing for a foster family?

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Aren't you?

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No point. Nobody ever wants me.

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Not with that attitude! You've got to think positive.

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How?

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I don't know. Don't drag me down.

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I've got my own problems.

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What have you done to yourself?

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Got into a fight, didn't I?

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You should've seen the other guy!

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Ignore him. He's sort of like...

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the house clown.

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Well, he's not very funny.

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I'm Jody, by the way.

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-You are?

-Maude.

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You're making friends already? Good girl!

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Who's this?

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Jody.

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Nice make-up job.

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Where'd you learn to do that?

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Oh, my mum taught me.

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She a professional make-up artist?

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Nah, she does like Halloween and stuff.

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We used to dress up as zombies and go trick-or-treating.

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I love Halloween. One year, I did this fake broken leg,

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bits of bone sticking out everywhere

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and the man next door called 999.

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How did you do that?

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So, you take some Plaster of Paris,

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er, some drinking straws...

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All the usual stuff, you know -

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swimming, films, bowling, music...

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So who's the wrestling fan around here?

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Do you guys like wrestling?

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-Ho-ho!

-Yes.

-Just a bit!

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A bit? They've dragged me to contests all over the world.

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ALL SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER

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-I said, "concentrate"!

-I am concentrating.

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-Yeah!

-Oh, yes!

-CHEERING

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Come on, man, you're supposed to be defending.

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That's 5-0 now, so we win.

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-This is pathetic.

-That is girl power! Whoo!

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You've got some good skills there, Carmen.

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Yeah, but it's not like proper football, is it?

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No, but you still need good co-ordination and fast reactions.

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Yeah, I had fast reactions, but I had that loser on my team.

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Er, leave Mo out of this.

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Yeah, I wish I could. The guy never caught the ball once.

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You're just a waste of space.

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Come on, Matt, let's have a proper man's game. Me and you.

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Tell you what, maybe later.

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Steph, shall we go and get some food?

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-Oh, yeah, that's a good idea. Are you coming, Carmen?

-Yeah.

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Thanks for nothing, idiot.

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He's desperate to impress these people, just like Carmen.

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Yeah, what is with that?

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I need to show you something.

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Want to see some dancing?

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OK.

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(Lucky you. She's in the bag.)

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Oh... Sorry, just got to go... got to do something.

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-Ready?

-Yeah.

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Who's your favourite?

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My all-time favourite...

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Well, my favourite wrestler...

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would have to be...

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Um...

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Give me a minute.

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Come on.

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Did you like it?

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It was very good.

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How good?

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-Why did she do that?

-I don't know.

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Right. Come on.

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What happened to your mum's photo?

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Oh, I... I knocked it over.

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It was an accident, honestly.

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No, it wasn't, Carms. What has she done now?

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Nothing! Look, can we do this later? I'm busy...

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Here, Matt!

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Hey, watch it.

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-Bailey, what are you doing?

-Out the way, babe.

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Bailey... Stop it now. What have I said?

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Bailey, this is so embarrassing...

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No balls indoors!

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What are you doing? Pack it in.

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GLASS SHATTERS

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I'm sorry. My mistake.

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It's OK.

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-No, it wasn't. Bailey broke the window.

-It was an accident!

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-Yeah, tell that to the police.

-Johnny!

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The police?

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Yeah, it's the rules. When you're in care and you break the window,

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-you've got to follow procedures...

-Shut up, Johnny.

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There's no need for that, I'll pay for the damages.

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Yeah, it's all right. I'll handle this. Bailey, with me. Now.

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Oh, look at that.

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That's all right, I can fix that.

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Come on, I'm good at fixing nails.

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'Please leave a message after the tone.'

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Mum. It's me. Please can you come and get me out of this?

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Tyler? Are you OK?

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Yeah, I'm fine.

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TYLER CRIES OUT

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You did that quick!

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I've had a lot of practice. So, what do you think?

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You're good.

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Very good.

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But you can't foster me. No-one can.

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I promised my mum.

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-Sorry.

-It's OK, Tyler.

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You don't have to do anything that you don't want to do.

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You swear?

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Cross my cold, undead heart.

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No, Faces are the good guys, Heels are the bad guys.

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What?

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Harry, just tell me who's the best at wrestling.

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Well, it depends on the storyline...

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Storyline? It's like, scripted?

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Doesn't that make it boring?

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No, makes it better.

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I really don't get this.

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That's OK. Most people don't.

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The Gordons do.

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-They're obsessed.

-Really?

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SHE SIGHS You should go and talk to them.

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I can't.

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Harry, this is a chance to get together with

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the weird, freakish foster family of your dreams.

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What would...

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What would Death Head Dave do?

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Fight?

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That's right. Come on.

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OK, So first she's not sure about being fostered.

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And now she's desperate.

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I don't understand. What's changed her mind?

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Maybe it's because they're famous?

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Well, I've never heard of them. So how famous can they be, really?

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Don't know.

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But we can find out.

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What?

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What?

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Look.

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Poor Carmen.

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No wonder she thinks she'll be better off with the Brantsons...

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Let's see if she will.

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Oh...

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That is a good match.

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Oh, thanks, babes, you're a star.

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Er, Carmen?

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Is Carmen OK?

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Are the Brantsons in there?

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Er, yeah, but don't...

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Get out of my way.

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Trust me. You don't want to be fostered by them.

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That's beautiful. Look, Matty.

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You can hardly tell which one's the fake one.

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-You did those for free?

-Yeah.

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Why am I paying all these salon bills?

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Keep me gorgeous for you!

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Oh, they do this amazing rejuvenating wrap, you've got to try it.

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I'd love to.

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Mr and Mrs Brantson? Can I have a word, please?

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Um, it's about what happened in the Ruby Room.

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In the club in London.

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We know.

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MATT SIGHS

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We'll be back in a minute, all right?

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-Hi, guys.

-Hi.

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I know I said I was into wrestling,

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but Harry's really into it.

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Aren't you?

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His favourite's Death Head Dave.

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Ooh, you used to like him, didn't you?

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I grew out of it.

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The whole wrestling thing is so fake.

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But that's what makes it better.

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Isn't it?

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Sorry.

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Lies. It was all lies.

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Yeah, I know.

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It's just so unfair,

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the way they print this rubbish and some stupid people believe it.

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What can you do?

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Well, foster me.

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I'm a footballer...

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a good one. Ask my coach.

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I'm the best he's ever trained -

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and I know I can make it, if I get the chance.

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It's a good story...

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And it'll prove you're not racist.

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Whatever that barmaid said.

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It never went to court,

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but that could be because the Brantsons paid the witnesses to lie.

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They were desperate for good publicity.

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That's why they're here.

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-Oh. Suits me.

-What?

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If they decide to foster me,

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then I want it in every magazine on every gossip site.

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To show your mum you don't need her?

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You know about the wedding.

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We saw the website.

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I'm so sorry, Carms.

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She had bridesmaids...

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Her new stepdaughters.

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I can't believe she did that to you.

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I can.

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But she won't get to reject me again -

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cos I'll reject her.

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You do realise that

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I'd look so much better on a front page than Bailey, right?

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STEPH CACKLES

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Oh, that's sweet, babes.

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But I've promised, bless his little heart.

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You promised him?

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Yeah, give it up, Carmen. It's over.

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You picked wrong.

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Bailey's only going to be of use to you

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if he makes it as a footballer, OK?

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-Which he won't.

-I will.

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You haven't got the temper to become a pro.

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You just keep losing it, just like you did in the foosball game.

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-That was one time.

-It's all the time.

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You can ask anyone. You can ask Mike,

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-you can ask his football coach...

-Shut up!

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Whoa, whoa, look... Calm down.

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Look, Carmen's right.

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If you want to make it in this game,

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you've got to learn to keep your head, stay in control.

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What, like you did against Bayern Munich in 2004?

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GLASS SHATTERS

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What did you have to go and say that for?

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That's two windows I've got to pay for, now!

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I don't understand. What was that all about?

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His red card in the semifinal.

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They were burning effigies of him in the streets of Liverpool, you know?

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I'm sorry.

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Me, too.

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But I don't think you're going to be a very good fit for us.

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Congrats, babe.

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You just got yourself a new foster family!

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-DING DING

-Raar!

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Harry, what are you...? Harry!

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Ahh! What are you doing?

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-Take back what you said about wrestling!

-I take it back!

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Come on... Sorry about this.

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Come on, little one, up you get.

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I'm really sorry, guys.

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He's a little character, isn't he?

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Good lad!

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Grow up, Bailey. It's one foster family.

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You're only young.

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If I don't get a break in the next couple of years, it's all over.

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And it's never going to happen while I'm stuck in this place.

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You don't know that.

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Yes, I do.

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I'm up against boys that's got everything.

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And I can't even afford a good pair of boots.

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I can buy you some...

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I don't want boots from you.

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Have a good life.

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That's not why I did it!

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-Oh, yeah, yeah.

-It's not!

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I did it because of my mum, OK?

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She got married...again.

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She didn't even tell me.

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I had to read it for myself, on the internet.

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Well, she sounds like a stone-cold witch.

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I'm sure you'll make her proud.

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I don't get why you want to be fostered by them.

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They don't seem very nice.

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They're fine, Mo.

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Go back to the party, OK?

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Look, I really, really think you shouldn't go with them.

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I really, really think that a lot.

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Well, I really, really think you should mind your own business.

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I wanted to go to the Grapplethon last year, but I couldn't afford it.

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Well, I'm sure we can get one more ticket -

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if you'd like to come with us?

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Yes, please! Yes!

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That would be great, last year we couldn't go...

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Now, that's a match made in heaven.

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Which means?

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I was...wrong about today.

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Well, get me a cupcake and I won't say "I told you so".

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-Yes, princess.

-Ha! Nice.

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MIKE CRIES OUT

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BOTH: Brains!

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Oh! You got me.

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You really got me.

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-Best zombies ever!

-Ever!

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Pathetic. What do you look like?

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Unfosterable. Right, Tyler?

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-Right.

-DOORBELL RINGS

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Hey, look, it's not like adoption, you know?

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You still get as much contact with your mum.

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How often do you see her now? What, once, twice a week?

0:21:100:21:13

I haven't seen her for ages. And she doesn't call me back.

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I've been keeping my promise, but I don't even know if she cares.

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Oh, my God. It's OK...

0:21:220:21:26

Tyler?

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Mum?

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What's going on? Who's this?

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Excuse me, um...

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I think maybe you two need to talk in private.

0:21:410:21:44

Sorry.

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Let's go upstairs.

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My phone was stolen.

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I was working, I couldn't sort out a new one until today.

0:21:510:21:53

Then I picked up your messages and I panicked.

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I'm sorry.

0:21:570:21:58

No, I'm sorry.

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I know I promised I wouldn't get fostered...

0:22:020:22:04

So you are getting fostered?

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I'm not saying that.

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It's just, if I did...

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it wouldn't change anything between us.

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I just can't bear the thought of you having another mum.

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I don't want another mum.

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But...

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we can't live together right now, can we?

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So if a foster family does want me,

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do I always have to say "no"?

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No, you don't.

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I'm sorry. I've been selfish.

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Of course, you need to be in the place that's best for you.

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-I would live with you if I could.

-I know. But you can't...

0:22:360:22:39

so, um...

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I think you should go back to that party

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and talk to those foster parents.

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Are you OK?

0:22:470:22:49

I will be.

0:22:500:22:51

I just need a moment to think about things, that's all.

0:22:510:22:54

CREAK

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CREAK

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How about over here? Nice bit of natural lighting, eh?

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-There's...

-Ah-ah! Off you go, please. Thank you.

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Ready? And...

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-Up a bit...

-Yeah, there?

0:23:330:23:36

Hang on, wait, let's swap sides.

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Do you think it's blood?

0:23:400:23:41

CREAK

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Er, maybe...

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Cool.

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Hold it right up for me, please.

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Is that OK? Yeah? OK, ready?

0:23:490:23:51

Three, two, one...

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Smile!

0:23:550:23:56

MUSIC: Intermezzo by Pietro Mascagni

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This dress cost two grand!

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Come out, come out from under it, it might come down.

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Come out.

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It's coming from the bathroom...

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Right, go!

0:24:330:24:34

RUNNING WATER

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No, no, no, no, no, no!

0:24:360:24:39

Numpties!

0:24:440:24:46

Right...

0:24:460:24:47

Whoever did this had better come forward now.

0:24:490:24:52

Trust me, you do not want me even angrier than I am now!

0:24:540:24:58

-Hands.

-What?

0:24:580:25:00

All right, guys, let's see your hands.

0:25:000:25:02

Mo? Mo? Come here...

0:25:040:25:07

Mike, look!

0:25:070:25:08

Mo!

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Look, I had to stop it somehow.

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Stop what?

0:25:130:25:14

This fostering day thing.

0:25:140:25:15

I mean, everyone's being horrible

0:25:150:25:17

and Carmen's going to live with those nasty people.

0:25:170:25:19

-What?

-Excuse me?

0:25:190:25:21

But of all the things that you could do...

0:25:210:25:23

This is criminal damage.

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You need to call the cops on that little freak.

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ALL TALK OVER EACH OTHER

0:25:270:25:29

Have you seen the state of me?

0:25:290:25:31

That little boy is not right in the head.

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He needs to be locked up.

0:25:330:25:35

I told you we should have got a proper African orphan,

0:25:350:25:39

just like Madonna.

0:25:390:25:41

I mean, look at this bunch of rejects...

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Oh, we're the rejects?!

0:25:430:25:45

It's no wonder your mummies and your daddies didn't want you.

0:25:450:25:48

That's enough of that!

0:25:480:25:49

Oh, I didn't mean you, babes.

0:25:490:25:50

Yeah, you did.

0:25:510:25:53

Look, if my friends are rejects,

0:25:540:25:56

so am I.

0:25:560:25:57

You want to go and get fostered by them? Yeah, you go ahead.

0:25:590:26:02

I'm out.

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Nah.

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Get your coat, babes.

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We're leaving.

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Bye-bye.

0:26:140:26:16

I'm sorry.

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Nice one.

0:26:170:26:18

I wanted to show you that I'm better than my mum.

0:26:210:26:23

Well, we're both better than them.

0:26:250:26:27

Yup.

0:26:280:26:29

Of all the things that...

0:26:300:26:31

-Mike?

-Yes?

-Upstairs is a mess. Johnny's room's the worst.

0:26:310:26:34

Mike, can we...

0:26:340:26:36

I'm so, so sorry... I mean...

0:26:360:26:39

No, kids will be kids.

0:26:390:26:41

Anyway, we'll be in touch to talk about taking Harry for a home visit.

0:26:410:26:45

Oh, that's wonderful news!

0:26:450:26:46

Yes!

0:26:460:26:48

Well, at least the day isn't a total disaster.

0:26:480:26:50

-We've been robbed!

-What?

-Someone's had my purse

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and my Matty's wallet.

0:26:530:26:55

Yeah, someone's gone through all the bags and coats.

0:26:550:26:58

I'm going to need details of all the items which were taken.

0:27:020:27:05

Um, I've, er... I've made a list.

0:27:050:27:08

Thanks.

0:27:080:27:09

So who had access to the room where all the bags and coats were stored?

0:27:090:27:13

Everyone here.

0:27:130:27:15

Could someone have come in from outside?

0:27:150:27:17

No, the front door was locked.

0:27:170:27:19

What about the back door?

0:27:190:27:20

There were people in the kitchen all day.

0:27:200:27:22

-So it's got to have been someone in this room.

-We don't know that.

0:27:220:27:26

Did anyone else here leave early?

0:27:260:27:28

His mum!

0:27:280:27:29

What's her name?

0:27:290:27:31

Sally Lewis.

0:27:310:27:33

I'll need an address.

0:27:330:27:34

Why? She didn't do it.

0:27:340:27:36

I'm telling you, it wasn't her!

0:27:370:27:39

Well, if it wasn't her,

0:27:390:27:41

then it's got to have been one of these kids, right?

0:27:410:27:44

ALL SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER

0:27:440:27:48

A party for new foster parents goes very wrong as Bailey and Carmen battle it out over celebrity parents - and watery sabotage comes from a surprising source.


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