Drama series. A new girl called Sasha causes chaos at the DG. As soon as she begins to obey the rules, her naughty little brother Dexter arrives.
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It works, then.
A lock on my door? Are you kidding?
Well, I'm just taking some precautions.
We've got a new girl coming. You'll be in with Floss.
It's so Mike and I don't have to remember all your movements,
because we have a system.
So let's say I'm looking for Bailey...
Oh, it's always me, man.
And voila! He has told me that he's not in the house.
-Do we still have to ask permission to leave?
-Well, yeah, of course, Mo.
-This is just to help with communication.
Well, that's a joke!
Some new girl moves in and nicks my room
and I have to share with...Floss.
What? Do you want to tell me?
-That's never going to work.
It's only for three days.
Just until she goes to a more secure care home, that's all.
-That's like a prison.
-No, it's got less kids and more staff.
-Awesome. What's she done?
-It's more about keeping her safe.
She's not great at respecting curfews.
-So, what, she stays out late?
-Yeah, big deal.
-And she got into a bad crowd.
-I heard you on the phone.
Wait, we are still going on our trip to see Lily, though, right?
Yeah. Her social worker has asked me to keep her on the premises,
-so she'll stop here with me.
-On your own?
-What if she's dangerous?
Welcome to Ash Deanerage.
Oi, shorty. Get my bag.
THEY ALL CHUCKLE
"Meet the family."
And that's Toni.
If you think I'm going up there, you're off your head.
Oi, it doesn't matter.
Because it's our in-or-out board.
And you won't be going anywhere, anyway.
Shorty, show me my room.
Find it yourself.
Come on, Finn.
It's my room, actually.
So just follow me.
Oh, Mo, it's for you.
Great. Thanks. The neighbours said they'd be dropping off the key.
Maybe that's for all of us.
You're not even interested in plants!
-I just like the wad of cash I'll get as a thank-you present.
Mr and Mrs Bagshaw trusted us with watering their plants.
They never said anything about a payment.
Yeah, but all that work.
They'll give us something to show their appreciation.
Brilliant. Then the three of you can work as a team.
Right, key and alarm code.
I trust you're not going to let me down?
Alarm panel to the right of the door.
-Ah, there it is.
Right, what was it? 6, 9...
Mo, come on! Can you get it?
Look, I'm getting the hang of it.
Right, it's off.
And there's a new lock on the door.
What's the social worker done that for?
Mike's a care worker, actually.
And it's in case you try to sneak out.
It's all the same bunch of saddos.
They're only there to stop us having a laugh.
Yeah, just keep your junk off my stuff.
Whose clothes are you calling junk?
Oi, I'm talking to you!
Oh, nice shot.
That's enough. While you're in this house, you respect our rules.
Don't tell me we've got to stick this for three days.
Oh, a VHS player. Cool.
Yeah, they like antiques.
HE STRUGGLES TO READ THE LABEL
It's a Swiss cheese plant. It says it in the brackets.
Mo, you can't tell him how to read it. That's against the rules.
What rules? What are you doing?
Um, watering this plant.
That's not a plant, you div.
That's the bus.
You're going to miss your donkey ride.
No, you are!
Right, I've texted Lily to say that we're leaving.
I can't wait to see how much Jonah's grown.
Candyfloss or cheesy chips?
I am so going to win on the penny-push machine.
Haven't you forgotten something?
Er, where's Ryan, Bailey and Mo?
Next door. Doing the plants.
Why does it say they're in, then?
Will anybody listen?
Oh, there you go.
Guys! Come on, be quick!
THEY ALL CHATTER EXCITEDLY
What are you doing? Stop throwing sweets!
Mike! We seem to have a stowaway in the back.
Oh, Sasha. You know the deal.
Come on, back in the house, please.
Move it, guys.
-Cheerio! Cheerio! Cheerio! Cheerio!
-Guys, quiet down now.
Now no-one can go.
-I'm first on the telly.
-Mo's got here first.
-He's probably talking to the plants.
Mo's home movie. Who's the wrinkly, your grandad?
No, it's my dad.
-Yeah, show some respect, yeah?
-I want to see this.
Leave it alone, Ryan.
It's stuck. It won't come out!
You've broken it! It's jammed! I can't get it out!
-Your video. Your fault.
-Please, help me fix it.
I'll give you my share of the thank-you present.
-What about me?
-Whoever mends it gets the whole reward themselves.
Bring it on.
MUSIC ON THE RADIO
I don't talk to social workers.
RADIO GETS LOUDER
Do you have any idea what you've done?
The young people here
have been looking forward to this trip for months.
-And now they won't be going anywhere.
-So claim on the insurance.
-Is that all you've got to say? Not even a sorry?
So you don't care if the police come round
and they charge you with criminal damage?
Is that the way that you want to start at your new care home?
It's not up to me, is it?
It's totally up to you...
to take some responsibility,
to appreciate the consequences of your actions.
What's the point? I'm only here for three days.
-Well, while you're here, you're one of us.
-No, I'm not.
Or you would have taken me to the seaside.
-You know that was never going to happen.
Because you believe what everyone else says about me?
-No, not everyone. Just your social worker.
He never even gave me a chance.
-Do you want a chance?
-Too late now.
You're going to call the cops.
-We don't have to.
-Yes, you do.
Because of the minibus.
We could pay for the damage ourselves.
Why would you do that? To make the other kids hate me even more?
Why don't you try and make it up to them? Hm?
Even if it is just for three days, you're part of our family.
Whether we like it or not.
This is where the trust starts.
We said we'd report it.
-I said I'd give her a chance.
-You really think she deserves one?
She's upset that she was left out.
-She feels we set her up to fail.
-Mike, don't do this.
I don't see how getting the police involved is going to help Sasha.
Well, it obviously hasn't before or she wouldn't have gone into secure.
You can't fight every kid's battle.
< Come in.
I'm going to say sorry.
And I never do that.
Try the reset button.
It's not the internet, durr brain.
The instruction book must be here somewhere.
I've just got to get my tape out.
Maybe it's the Scart.
Be careful! Oh, you've made a mess!
Guys, May-Li wants everyone in the kitchen.
And you forgot to do the in-out board again.
Hey, come on! Come on, come on, come on.
-Is everybody here?
-Hang on, those back from the Bagshaws', ready?
# Ta-da! #
It's for you lot, because you couldn't go to the seaside.
Er, we've already done the whole beach in the garden thing years ago.
Yeah, and we all ended up getting a rash because it was builders' sand.
Come on, guys...
This is Sasha's way of trying to say that she's sorry.
This is from the sandpit. It's got Harry's Lego in it.
Fine. Whatever. Forget it.
How would I know about beaches when I've never been to one?
You've never been to the seaside?
Whoa... It's OK.
I'd never been bowling before I came here.
And, er, I'd never seen a kidney bean.
-Why don't we make Sasha a bucket list?
-A bucket list.
Look, she has two days left before she gets locked up for ages.
So that gives her time to fit in all the things she's never done before.
That's a brilliant idea, Tyler.
No! No, no, no. That's not a brilliant idea.
Why should we do anything nice for her
-when she stopped me from seeing Lily?
-Yeah, and she nicked my room.
Yes, and I've got to put up with you snoring every single night!
I don't snore!
-I know, I bet she's never been to a wrestling match before.
Or up on a spaceship.
Well, Sasha, what haven't you done?
I've never had any dumb photo of me on a wall before.
You do know that I'm trying to read my magazine, right?
We're making a cinema.
Sasha's never seen a whole film without being kicked out.
-Don't we need the code?
-I've learnt it.
Let me guess, Sasha's never eaten a potato before.
She's never had a Sunday roast.
Yeah, Mike's bought three big chickens.
It's not Sunday!
Fine, if you don't want to join in.
Oh, that depends. What's for dessert?
Because if Sasha has never eaten a triple chocolate chip banana split,
maybe I'll consider it.
Has the photo printed yet?
The printer's bust.
"No ink detected." What?
That's why. There's no ink cartridges.
What idiot would chuck them away without getting new ones?
Welcome to a feature presentation! It's your favourite.
-Is it a Disney?
-He always cries loads.
-It's hay fever.
-Oh, yeah, sure it is.
-No, it is!
Anyway, I'm going to have to give it a miss, anyway.
I've got to nip down to the shop and get some ice cream.
And some, er, printer ink.
-There you go.
Maybe we should forget the instruction book.
What are you doing now?
I need to get this baby open if I want that reward.
Do you even know which end of the screwdriver to use?
Oh, yes! Get in there!
-Waste of time, seeing as you can't read.
-Yes, I can!
Hey... Stop it!
Just stop it! We're trying to fix the VHS
and all you're doing is fighting.
-Do you know what, I'm going to get May-Li.
We were only messing.
OK, guys. Make your way to the kitchen for the feast.
Did I miss the end?
Oh, that smells good, man.
Oh, yeah, you can have that one. This is the ice cream.
Bucket list item three - a special Sunday roast triple chicken dinner.
If you're waiting for the printing ink, Mike didn't get it.
-He just said it to you keep quiet.
I heard him and May-Li talking.
You can't have a photo cos you're not one of us.
I am. For three days.
-That's what Mike said.
-He didn't really mean it.
He's only pretending to like you.
Just like all of us here.
Then why did them others do the bucket list, then?
For the snacks, of course.
If we're nice to you, we'll get a massive treat when you're gone.
Careful, now. Those things are hot.
We've got roasties, Yorkshires and pigs in blankets.
Not actual pigs.
Sit down, then, for the best seat in the house.
-Why did you do that?
-All right, everybody, just move back.
Kazima, water, quickly!
May-Li, I have to talk to.
Is this you trying to prove yourself?
You can stay in your room for the next two days.
KNOCKING ON DOOR
Hey, Molly. It's Sasha.
Oh, you know.
Look, I need a place to crash for a few days.
Sasha's still not back.
It's just a little burn.
Why do I need to do an accident report?
Um, May-Li, can I have a word, please? It's quite important.
-Oh, the Bagshaws.
-How did you know?
They called an hour ago.
They got food poisoning on the ferry, so they're coming home.
No joy from the police.
Sasha's social worker is on her way round to her mum's now.
-Well, it's not your fault that she's a nutcase.
-Oh, come on.
OK, back to normal.
Get on with your chores, yeah?
Makes you wonder, though.
Can we always make a difference? Hm...
I found them stuffed under the sofa.
-So someone hid it on purpose?
I reckon because they didn't want Sasha to have her photo taken.
Yeah. I mean, I know she smashed the headlights on the minibus,
-but that was really mean.
-Check out my photo skills.
-Oh, well done. So you found the printing ink?
-Yeah, about that...
Later, OK? I've just got to go check the boys
have left the Bagshaws' house secure and tidy.
I've got to get my tape and fix that machine.
-Or no reward money.
-And May-Li will kill us if it's broken.
Mo, come on...
They've been burgled.
You did this, you worm brains.
Are you guys in here? The keys have gone.
We've got ten seconds to get out of here.
She's locked the door, dumb brain.
Mo, what's the alarm code? Don't you know it by heart?
I can't remember.
Why do I have to poop scoop?
Because the rota says that it's your turn.
Ah, the social worker called. Her mum's going to keep an eye out.
-She has no idea where else she might go.
-OK. All right.
Well, at least you tried.
Everyone will see it there.
"Missing. Have you seen this girl?"
Mo, just think.
You're in a hall...
in front of the numbers.
Your finger goes out
and you tap it ever so gently.
For my first ever teacher's toes.
-What are you doing?
-What are YOU doing?
-I asked you first.
The printing ink!
It was you that nicked it.
So? Nobody wanted you to have a photo.
They don't even care that you've gone.
Then home come they did this, then? Or is that for treats, too?
Lying's not nice.
You're a nasty little stirrer!
You're rude and ungrateful.
You broke our minibus. You spilt all our food.
You're the meanest, horriblest girl I've ever known.
You don't even deserve a bucket list.
You don't care about anyone but yourself!
KNOCKING ON WINDOW Get the key!
In the cup!
In the kitchen!
You can't be putting our young people's personal details
-up all over the street!
I've got it!
With paper with numbers on.
Say go and I've got the key.
Mo! The car!
The neighbours are here! The neighbours are here!
-All right, don't panic.
-Ryan, you're going to have to distract them.
Because you chat rubbish for England. I'm bursting.
Hang on, what about my broken video?
Mr and Mrs Bagshaw, um, don't get out.
There's something dead on the front of your car.
Let me get it for you, OK?
Oh, what a lovely lad.
There we go. Can I have the screwdriver?
How come you know how to do that?
We always had an old video for when the DVD player got pawned.
It chewed up tapes all the time.
Ryan, I can't hold them for much longer!
-Right, hurry up.
Come on. It's your last night.
Yeah, last night of freezing.
Rather be sleeping on the streets than be locked up.
We won't tell if you make a run for it.
I don't want to go on the run.
And...I don't want to go into the secure home, either.
So what do you want to do, then?
I want to stay here.
Oh, I don't know, Sasha.
You've got yourself into more trouble in three days
-than most kids would manage in a year.
-Hey, give her a chance.
-We already have.
-No, but she was set up.
Someone hid the printing ink on purpose.
And I'm probably a right pain.
I started all wrong but, I promise, I'll be good now.
We could give her a trial.
What, even if it means that you have to share with Jody for longer?
We can't make any allowances.
You have to stick to the same rules as everyone else, yeah?
No lying. No stealing.
And no leaving without permission.
If you have a problem, then come to us.
I swear, I won't let you down.
Then...I'll talk to your social worker.
Find out if we can't put a hold on the secure home place for a week.
You've got a letter.
"To the helpful young men who looked after..."
A voucher for Junior Gardener Day?
"Bring a packed lunch and wellies."
Junior Gardener Day...!
I'm just going out the front. Is that OK?
That's absolutely fine. You asked for permission.
I'm here to rescue you.
-Mum said the nasty social worker came again.
No, look, it's not like the other times.
I'm properly in care now. I have to stay here.
-Then I can stay, too!
You'll get me into trouble!
That was quick.
Um, yeah. I changed my mind.
Have you changed it on the photo board, though?
-You haven't done it.
-Don't tell me you're forgetting the rules already?
-Will you do it for me?
-Oh, well. Seeing as how I'm here. But...
only this once.
You have to come home. Me and Murphy need you.
I live here now.
Well, I will, if I don't blow it. You've got to go!
..I need your help with Sasha.
Well, only if I get my room back.
-I'm on it, don't worry.
-What do you want me to do?
I just want you to make sure that she keeps to the rules, all right?
That's Trevor Ted.
-I've found your room!
-No, don't you dare.
You can't live here. You'll miss us too much.
You've got Mum. And here's good.
Better than the secure home.
-Where I'll end up if you make me blow my week's trial.
Jody, can you hurry Sasha up, please?
What, so I'm her personal slave now?
Oh, please. Watch your tone. I'm busy.
Something really weird just happened.
Some guy just rocks up
and starts chucking loads of old metal into our garden.
-Are you sure you weren't hallucinating?
-On the wine gums again, Tyler?
-Excuse me, what's the joke?
I can be in care, too. Then we can still be together.
No, you couldn't. You're not naughty enough.
-Is that why they lock you in?
-I could smash my way in here and get you out.
I have to show Mike he can trust me.
KNOCK ON DOOR
Who are you talking to?
Lunch is ready. So Mike says come downstairs.
Dexter, when are you going to learn your rights and your lefts?
We've got to get you out of here.
-A trampoline, of course.
It's from the internet. It's Freecycling.
It's where people give away the stuff they don't want.
-I know that. I've done it millions of times.
-No, you haven't.
What is that heap of junk?
-It's our trampoline.
Because it looks like you just saved someone a trip to the dump.
The man said some assembling would be required.
-It's a surprise for Mike and May-Li and everyone.
You won't be laughing when you're begging for a go!
The taxi will meet you at the end of the street in five minutes.
Can't you take me?
I'm not allowed to just go out when I want.
Take this. It's all I've got.
Don't come here again.
Talking to yourself again? It's a good thing I came to check on you.
Being stuck in here all day, it's doing my head in. I need to get out.
-You reckon Mike and May-Li will let me go to the park?
-Oh, I doubt it.
If you came with me, though. Oh, please, Jody.
I just want to show I can be trusted.
All right. We'll ask.
One hour and not a minute longer.
Oh, go on, Mike. Throw in ice cream money.
And stick with Jody, yeah? No gallivanting off on your own.
Got you. Jody is totally in charge.
Hello, Ash Deanery.
An accident report? Yeah. It was hot gravy.
You want to do... a health and safety inspection?
When's the next bus?
Oi, lazy. The park's only down the road.
-You go. I'll be back in an hour.
You just lied to me and Mike?
-Sasha, he was dead nice to you and everything.
-I have to.
-What's important is you sticking to the rules.
I'm trying. That's why I've got to go home and get something.
-Or really bad stuff is going to happen.
-What bad stuff?
With my dumb kid brother. And I've got 55 minutes left now.
Well, I told Mike that we'd stick together.
And I don't go back on my word. So we'll get the bus.
-I'm going to slip on the grass, guys.
-OK. All right. Do you know what's going on?
-Not a clue.
Surprise! It's our new trampoline!
-Mine and Billy's.
Only a tiny bit broken.
OK, kids, just step off the trampoline now, please.
Come on, off you come.
Look at the rust. It's lethal. Come off!
Kids, it might look safe to you, but we just can't risk it.
-Come on, now.
-You can have the first bounce.
-Floss, get off.
-And you, Finn.
Oh, Mike. Please...
No. No-one is bouncing at all.
I know you meant well, but this is going straight to a scrapyard.
I don't want you lot going anywhere near it, all right?
And that includes you, too, Floss Guppy.
I don't want you to even touch the tape.
Do you understand?
-Do you understand or not?
Good. Thank you for answering me.
I'm going to go and call the scrap metal man now.
It's time to leave the garden, please. Come on...
It's just like my old place.
TV ON IN THE BACKGROUND
-Where is it?
You know what. I need my key back.
Your room key. How did you get that?
When I visited.
It doesn't matter.
Come on. We're going to be late. Let's go.
Your mum is here, though, right?
Yeah, of course she is.
-She has to work nights sometimes.
So who looks after your brothers when she's gone?
Sasha did. Until she got taken.
Yeah, and the social workers said Mum would cope better without me.
-Sort Murphy out. He stinks.
-I can't find any nappies.
-Look harder, then.
-I don't like it without you.
You're a big boy now.
You're in charge. Come on.
So...how come your social worker
thought your mum would be better off without you?
-Cos I was giving her grief.
-What sort of grief?
Staying out all night.
They reckon she didn't set me proper boundaries.
So...who looked after your brothers, then?
I only went out when my mum was home.
I wouldn't leave them on their own.
And you try living with two kids all day.
-I needed to chill with my mates.
-Mates who keep you out all night?
Older ones. Boys and that.
The social worker thought they were using me. But they weren't.
-It's not your fault your mum doesn't know how to look after kids.
I'm just saying. My mum was the same.
I ran away once.
Back to the Dumping Ground.
She didn't notice I was missing, either.
Dexter wasn't missing. This is just why I didn't tell you.
-Cos you'll go stirring it to Mike.
-I'm just saying I understand.
-You don't understand a thing!
-There's nothing wrong with my mum.
-CAR HORN HONKS
-Hey! Do you fancy coming shopping?
-Yeah. I will.
I think I'd better get back.
Mike said we weren't allowed to cross the tape.
And now the tape's over there with Mischief.
Finn, Harry, come on. We're going on the trampoline.
Definitely no bouncing.
# Jump around! Jump around!
# Jump around!
# Jump up, jump up and get down
# Jump! Jump! Jump! Jump!
# Jump! Jump! # CRUNCH!
Ow! Ow! Ow...!
Are you all right, Finn?
Does he have to go to the hospital?
He can't or Mike will know that we crossed the danger tape.
-Can I get some chocolate?
And some sweets?
-Just the one thing.
-Are you OK, Sasha?
-Yeah, I'm just looking for the ice cream.
-Why...? Why did you do that?
-It was an accident.
I am so sorry. We will help pick everything up.
She pushed it. I saw her.
What do you think you're doing? Do you want to get arrested?
The social worker's on your case. They'll take you away from Mum,
-split up you and Murphy.
-I couldn't find any money.
-Sasha, come on, let's pay for this lot and go home, yeah?
I'll get the stupid nappies.
Thanks, Dexter! Thanks very much!
-Lend me a tenner?
-Hey, I'm skint.
Oh, you haven't got a spare tenner, have you?
Is that to go towards all the food you wasted? Or the minibus?
What are you guys up to?
Well, then, what's that behind your back, huh?
It's better to come clean now. Because...
you know I'm going to find out eventually.
Just a first-aid kit.
Just a first-aid kit.
Yeah, he's got a teeny, tiny,
incy-wincy little graze on his legs.
-Where is he?
-In his bedroom.
Give me that.
-What's it to you?
-I'm trying to be your mate.
You're only looking after me so you can get your room back.
-I heard you and Mike.
-It's not the reason why, though.
Just get lost. I don't need anyone's help.
-Give me the bag and I'll say that I nicked it.
Cos if you get caught, you're going straight to secure.
Show me that.
-I've had a tetanus injection.
You do not get this badly injured and not tell me and May-Li, please.
You've really let me down.
We just thought it would be a good idea to cheer everyone up,
after the minibus got broken.
-And we thought the trampoline would be a nice surprise.
And if it hadn't been a deathtrap, it would have been.
I would go out tomorrow to a shop and buy you one.
But we just don't have the money to spare.
Did you lock Sasha in her room?
I did tell her to take some time out, though.
We've got a spare key, right?
Why, has she locked herself in?
-Either that or she's gone walkabout again.
-It's on the desk.
No, Dexter. I haven't got them yet.
Jody's gone, too. Just saying.
Her photo says she's in. What's the point of my system?
-There isn't one. It's obviously not working.
-Don't take it out on me,
just cos you made the wrong call about Sasha.
We don't know that for sure.
-Kazima said she trashed the shop display on purpose.
-No provocation at all.
-She's failed the trial, then?
We have to accept this might not be the best place for her.
Not more trampolines?
They're brand-new ones.
The Sports Megastore's running a contest.
-You win by showing you're the worthiest cause.
We are. We're at a kids' home.
There's loads of kids' homes.
-You have to have something to make you stand out.
-We pretend Billie's an amazing trampoliner.
Yeah, because you were training for the Olympics,
but...her parents died in a terrible shark attack
and she couldn't carry on with the training
-because she was dumped in a kids' home.
It's brilliant, Mo.
The Olympics, though.
That means Billie's going to have to be seriously good.
It's just for the application.
She won't actually have to prove it, Dumbo.
Mum, wake up!
Where is she?
Where's Dexter and Mum?
She's gone Awol, I'm afraid.
Yeah, I know.
No, this is Miss Wang.
Is that the police?
-It's Health and Safety.
You've got a cancellation today?
Er, sorry, it's really not convenient at the moment.
Again, I know.
But she's been making real progress at this end, you know what I mean?
-You'd like to come on a normal day?
Murphy's gone to sleep.
I thought you'd show up.
That social worker just called to say you'd done another bunk.
-I won't tell her. Don't worry.
Is it really horrible? Do you hate it?
No, that's not why I'm here. Where have you been?
I just nipped to the shop to get these.
-But you left Murphy on his own.
-Oh, don't start stressing, babes.
You know he's fine in front of the telly.
-But he's been in a dirty nappy all day.
I caught Dexter shoplifting to get some.
Daft little monkey. I had the cash.
You were asleep. And he didn't know where to find it.
-And it's not like we haven't had to nick stuff before.
-Yeah, all right.
I don't miss your flipping nagging.
Do you know where he is? Have you got a clue?
I'm trying to keep on top of things, OK?
It's not easy now you've deserted us.
I got taken into care!
Stupid social workers.
They don't think how I'm supposed to manage without my main girl.
You only used me as a babysitter.
When I wasn't minding the kids, you were never bothered where I was.
-That's not true.
-You need to look after them, Mum.
Dexter's too young to be on his own. Anything can happen.
I'm here, aren't I?
I've taken the night off work, so we can have a pizza party.
Only I'm skint after them nappies.
I haven't got any money.
I can't bail you out any more.
I've got my own problems.
Hi, is that Rusty Roger's Scrapyard?
Hello, it's Michael Milligan here.
Yeah, I know. I know. I keep calling. But...
-Is my sister here, please?
-Who's your sister?
Be good for Mum.
-I'm going now.
-Work just phoned.
-They can't manage five minutes without me.
Well, you can stop here with Murphy until Dexter comes back.
No, I can't. I'm not even supposed to be here.
-You're just visiting your family, babes. It's not a crime.
If I keep breaking the rules, then I'll fail my week's trial.
-So I don't have to go to the secure home.
Please, Mum, you've got to stay.
A couple of hours, tops.
I'll try and get one of my mates to come round.
-So where is she?
-Well, she's not here.
I'll call her social worker and get someone to come and pick you up, OK?
-Can't I wait for her?
-She could be ages.
And your Mum, she's going to be worried about where you are.
-You've got Jody Jackson?
Is she OK?
She didn't want them to know. Only just given them a contact number.
Is she OK?
What are they saying she's taken?
Why would she take nappies?
Oh... Should have seen that coming.
-Well, I'll keep an eye out on my way.
-I just hope I can persuade the manager not to press charges.
-See you in a bit.
-CAR HORN HONKS
Hello, Sasha. It's Mike.
We've just had your brother around looking for you.
But he didn't stay long. Sorry.
Listen, we're all a bit worried about you.
Come home, will you?
'We've just had your brother around looking for you.
'But he didn't stay long. Sorry.
'Listen, we're all a bit worried about you.
'Come home, will you?'
Right, come on, Murphy. Let's find Dexter, yeah?
This is so unlike you. What were you doing?
Jody! Who were you stealing the nappies for?
Yeah, thanks. Bye.
It was the contest people.
They saw our application come in and they love it.
It was mainly my idea.
-Have we won the trampoline?
They're sending an assessor around today
and we're going to go to the leisure centre
and watch Billie do some of her Olympic moves.
-What?! No, you promised!
-Just do a bit of bouncing around.
-You want us to win, don't you?
All right, Rusty, come on back.
Come on. Keep coming.
Keep coming. Keep coming. That's good.
Good. Thanks, Rusty.
That's the deathtrap gone.
Oi, what are you looking at?
Do you live with my sister?
-Who's your sister?
Are you on trial, too?
I've been here for years. Longer than just about anyone.
You must have been really naughty, then.
Look, it's the trampoline assessor.
Do it or you're a big fat baby and I'll never forgive you.
What do we do now?
Look, man. You can't come in unless you live here.
The fire alarm is wired to its own dedicated socket
on an RCD, and as per the regs. Because...
Thank you so much for coming!
This is Billy.
Poor Billy. He has had a fatal accident, unfortunately.
So he can't do any...
-He tripped over our massive, hairy dog
and fell all the way down the stairs.
let me introduce the Health and Safety inspector.
It's good to meet you all. DOORBELL CHIMES
But when you say fell, can you just explain what happened?
-Hello, is this the right place for Billie?
I've come to assess her skills.
I used to coach the England squad myself.
-It was some years ago, mind.
But I can still recognise talent when I see it.
-Well, Billie's not exactly here.
-She was...eaten by sharks.
So what is it you're assessing Billie for?
I'm helping judge a trampoline competition.
I can't wait to see her bust her moves.
CAR ALARM BLARES
Do you want to see some dancing?
This vandal is one of yours?
He's not a vandal!
-Whatever he did, he didn't mean it.
-Yes, I did.
I'm the baddest of them all.
So you have to take me into care.
Sorry about the misunderstanding. Care kids can be a bit...
Just remember, you don't need expensive equipment.
-It's how you use what you've got.
-You don't need to tell me.
Thanks for coming.
I always knew the trampoline was a stupid idea.
No, but Mike really is a brilliant care worker.
Yeah, he always keeps us safe and healthy.
If we don't brush our teeth, he gets really mad.
Knock it on the head, kids.
-I'm sure the inspector just wants to inspect on her own.
-Not at all.
It's very informative. Just what I need for my report.
-This is the kitchen.
-Lead on, boys.
See? Don't worry. It's going really well.
-The only thing she's got a problem with so far is this.
-The photo board?
Well, apparently it's unreliable and open to abuse.
Yeah, tell me about it.
Jody, I'm really sorry.
I've been barred from a shop before.
And May-Li thinks I've gone mad for stealing nappies.
I'll tell her it was me. I'll tell her everything.
About your mum being useless?
I should have known they'd never cope without me.
I tried to keep to the rules, but then Dexter gets into trouble
and that's not fair on him.
It's much better if I go.
-Well, Mike's going to chuck me out anyway.
No! You can't give up now.
This is about you. Not your brothers.
You wouldn't understand.
Can you stop saying that? Because I do.
I hated leaving my brother.
-I only get to see him at contact.
-I make it worse.
That's what I'm saying.
They've got to forget me.
Bailey's room is way cool.
He has way better toys than at home.
The car's here for me. I'm going to secure.
-Sasha reckons she's going to go.
-What, home? She knows...
No, we've been there already.
-Because of Dexter, that's why I had to nick the nappies.
Now she doesn't even care if she's sent to secure.
Look, I'm sorry for being so horrible.
But it's OK. Cos Mike's going to look after you now.
And Murphy's never going to run out of nappies again.
why don't you go and see if Bailey wants to play football, huh?
Your social worker is with your mum now.
They already know there's been problems.
-I've always been there to help.
-Yeah, I get that now.
But it's not your job to look after the boys.
Your mother's been asking too much of you,
treating you like you're a grown-up when you're not.
She does love them, though. She doesn't mean to be bad.
And the social workers are going to help her to be better.
They're going to put in place a support package
-and, if she cooperates, she'll get her chance.
-they won't be going into care?
-Not for now, no.
Come on, get your bag.
I'm going to put you in with Tee. You two should get along.
But I broke all your rules. I got Jody arrested!
Yeah, you sure did.
But only because you were trying to be a good big sister.
Does that mean I'm not on trial any more?
How's about two months' probation? You do well, you stay.
But...we have to trust each other.
We're your family now, too. Deal?
-Fish finger kebabs?
-With banana and cheese balls.
It's my speciality.
-Hey, who did this?
-Er, Jody helped.
That's an improvement on you, Bailey.
..the quote's just come through for the minibus headlights.
-Sasha did a pretty good demolition job.
-I'm really sorry.
I'll pay for it out of my allowance. Every penny.
That is if you pass probation.
Oi! Think positive, why don't you?
Or...we could use this.
-That's a lot.
-It is loads.
It came from the trampoline?
The trampoline and loads of other scrap metal from around the house.
This is for Sasha.
-Pay the bus.
-Does that mean we did a good thing?
-This isn't mine. It's for you lot.
-But you ARE "us lot" now.
Just help with more dinners.
Fish finger and cheese balls, it's genius. Why didn't I think of that?
A new girl called Sasha stops off at the DG on her way to a secure home. She causes chaos - can the Dumping Ground handle her bad behaviour? Sasha can stay at the Dumping Ground so long as she obeys the rules. Fine, until her naughty little brother Dexter arrives and gets her into trouble.