Drama series. Tee decides to look into Ryan's past to discredit him at his birthday party. What she finds upsets Ryan - and backfires on her.
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Can you be careful!
Yeah, I'm playing hide and seek with Harry and Finn.
Well, they're not in here, are they?
Ooh, did you get chocolate teacakes?
Yes, along with everything else on your very epic list.
Well, it's only what my brother deserves.
And, yes, before you ask, the bowling alley is booked, my lady.
Yeah, for Johnny, not you.
-But we're all going, right?
-Of course. It's a house trip.
And I'm going to smash the house record!
Harry, time's running out.
Harry, mate, you are so rubbish at this game.
MOBILE PHONE RINGS
You're not allowed in here.
Oh, I was looking for Harry.
We we're playing hide and seek.
Oh, and he's hiding under Tee's phone?
VAN HORN BEEPS Move it. We're going to be late. We'll miss our slot.
Johnny, it's me again. Where are you? I'm really starting to worry.
Tee, we'll have to go, otherwise we'll miss our slot.
Why don't you leave a note?
I don't want no-one to be here when he gets back.
OK, we'll see you later, yeah?
VAN ENGINE REVS AND HORN BEEPS
I didn't get a text, Johnny.
I've been waiting for you for hours.
We had a whole party arranged for you.
No, of course I believe you. I was just...
I was looking forward to seeing you, that's all.
Love you, too.
I'm going to sue that phone company.
Maybe. But Ryan was in here yesterday.
He was messing with your phone.
What do you mean?
Well, I came in and he was in here and he was holding your phone.
Do you think he deleted it?
-What are you doing?
We're having a competition.
I start over there. Finn starts at the end of the corridor.
First one to topple their dominoes over that line wins.
We have to use the books because the carpet's all wobbly.
Well, be careful, yeah, cos it's really slippy.
We're being so careful.
Can I play?
This is me against him.
That's unfair! Harry was my friend first!
Friends are like a big box of chocolates, Floss. Best shared.
-Where did you find these?
-In the attic.
Michael Milligan, you coward!
-He deleted Johnny's message!
-She's off her head.
Tee, I know you're upset about Johnny but...
No, Sasha saw him with my phone.
Oh, so now we believe people
who are on their way to secure home, do we?
Excuse me, that's enough of that. Ryan, did you delete Johnny's text?
Right, well I'm afraid that's going to have to be an end of it.
I've got to go to a meeting now.
I can't believe you're going to let him get away with this.
We can't do anything without any evidence.
This house is built on trust.
He say's that he didn't do it, I have to take him at his word.
I waited all afternoon for Johnny. I was so worried.
How could you do that?
If they knew he wasn't coming,
then they might have cancelled the bowling.
Unbelievable, but how low can you get?
You do not want to find out.
Three strikes in a row, new record.
Harry and Finn are playing with dominoes that look
suspiciously like the ones Dodgy Dave sold you down the market.
Ah, yeah, he's not the returns kind of guy.
You didn't even try, did you?
I, erm... I...
I never got a chance. Sorry.
Here you go. Sent from your old address.
Is it your birthday?
It's been and gone.
We should have a party. We've got loads of food.
Er, no, that was for Johnny, so you won't be touching it.
-Since when did you get so selfish?
-Calm down. We're not having a party.
But birthdays are brilliant.
Yeah, well not everyone feels that way about it.
Why doesn't Ryan like birthdays?
Erm, let's drop that, shall we?
But why would someone not want to throw a party?
-I mean, that's just weird.
-Ryan's right to privacy.
Let's observe that, just as he would for you.
Are you two racing?
The loser has to do the chores.
Well, you'd better get your washing up gloves on, cos Finn's way ahead.
He can't be. It's my game.
You need to be a bit... better at this.
Can you help me?
OK, mate, leave it to me.
But you saw how Mike and May-Li are covering for him.
There's something they're hiding about Ryan.
-Something we can use against him.
-You've actually gone mad.
-He threatened me.
-He has to be stopped.
He's a kid, not a super villain.
Carmen, you're supposed to be my mate.
Believe me, I am your mate. That's why I'm saying this.
You're getting so stressed out.
Oh, hi, Ryan.
Why are my ears burning?
Has Mike gone to his meeting yet?
He's so annoying.
That card, it was forwarded from his old care home.
-They'll know all about him.
-I can't find it.
Heathview House, Pickwick Road.
-Finn, Mike wants to see you.
I don't know, but he doesn't sound happy. What have you done?
OK, well, he said he wants to see you outside his office.
So, what? We just going to knock on the door?
Do you know Ryan Reeves?
Who wants to know?
-Well, he lives at our care home.
-Is he really that bad?
Who are you anyway? Friends of his?
Does a kid like that have friends?
Please. We want to know what he's really like.
Well, come on.
I could never prove anything but I knew Ryan was behind it.
He's really sick.
Wait till everyone hears this.
They won't believe you. He'll talk his way out of it.
What if it came direct from you?
OK. I'm in.
I thought I'd missed my chance to get him back.
They won't believe someone they don't know.
They will if we surprise them.
How come you're waiting there?
Is everything all right, Finn?
Mike wants to see me.
Ryan said I'm in trouble.
I think he's been pulling your leg. Mike's at a meeting.
I'm still going to win.
-If I do, I keep Jeff for a week.
Upping the stakes. Nice.
If you lose, you do my chores for a week.
But Ryan can't help you.
I wouldn't dream of it. I'm bored anyway. I'm going out.
Why's it all so cloak and dagger?
Will this take long? We're in the middle of a race.
That I'm going to win.
Yes, well, you can race later,
because we're throwing Ryan a secret birthday party.
Mike said no parties.
And you hate Ryan. What's going on?
Ah, well, I've visited his old care home.
You always said I was too harsh on him,
so I thought maybe you were right,
and I wanted to see what he was really like.
And they told you to throw him a birthday party?
No, they told me things about him.
-That I was wrong.
-No, seriously. He was bullied really badly.
-All the other kids used to steal his presents.
That's why he never celebrates his birthday.
So now all of a sudden you just feel sorry for him?
I feel bad for not giving him a chance.
That's why I want all of you to help me make it up to him.
See, we've all had it tough here,
so what's so special about Ryan?
I'm with Bailey. Ryan's a total trouble magnet.
Parties mean cake.
I'm always up for second chances.
So we're agreed, yeah?
Carmen and Kaz, you can do the cake.
Twins on food. Finn and Tyler, you can do decorations.
-Time out, yeah?
Cool, that leaves Floss, Harry and Jody to do the party games.
So, what are you two going to be doing, then?
Oh, we're organising the big finale.
It is a secret, so remember to keep it quiet, yeah.
What is that?
It's a pinata.
Everyone hits it with a stick and then the sweets fall out.
It's a donkey.
It's got a tail and I can see its paws.
Feet. They're its feet.
I think donkeys have hooves, don't they?
It still looks like a doggie to me.
How's the meditation going?
-We're having a p...
We're having a picnic, that's why we need all this brain food.
You know it's forecast to rain.
We're having an indoor picnic.
OK, well, er, make sure you clear up after yourselves, yeah.
I'll be in the office, OK?
Well done, girls.
Have you got any sweets to put in Ryan's piranha?
He ain't getting anything from me.
You snooze, you lose.
Harry! Where are you going?
He's not having Jeff.
But what about Ryan's party?
Floss, that's lame.
There's always sweets in the office.
Pretend you fell down the stairs.
Floss? What happened?
I think I've broken it.
Come on, let's have a look.
Floss, I've got no time for practical jokes.
It's not a joke. It really hurts.
Is that for Ryan?
Excuse me. I'm pretty sure I said no party!
Did you know about this?
They told me they were having a picnic. What is going on?
Sh. It's a surprise.
Well, it's not a very good one.
Get rid of it before Ryan sees it, please. Come on.
# Happy birthday to you. #
Is this for me?
# Happy birthday to you. #
No. Stop. Stop!
-Ryan? I'm sorry.
-Did you do this?
-Well, yeah, but I thought...
-You have no idea. Get out the way.
-No, Ryan, don't do that!
-I wasn't trying to get at you.
-Yeah, you was.
-I want to be friends.
I saw how you were with that birthday card and... I don't know.
-Maybe I've got you wrong.
-Yeah, you've got that right.
I should have been more understanding.
We've all had bad times, but times here are good.
We want to celebrate that with you.
We made you a pinata.
It's a Spanish doggy.
It's a donkey!
We've filled it with sweets and we've got a bat so you can hit it.
And you can have first go.
We've got another surprise for you.
Are you OK with all this?
I didn't think I would be, but, yeah.
How did you know I liked karaoke?
Well, I have to listen to you singing in the shower every morning.
-You're no Liam Payne, but you're OK.
You're no Liam Payne, but you're OK.
Singing reminds me of my sister.
You have a sister?
Yeah. I don't see her these days.
We used to sing when my mum was out,
which was most of the time.
It was the same with me and Johnny.
I'm sorry he couldn't come yesterday.
You must really miss him.
I know what it's like.
I haven't seen my sister for six years.
I'd hate that.
I really would.
We have to stop this.
I can't do this.
No. You can't back out now.
I'm sorry for wasting your time.
If you bottle it, all you've done is thrown him a party.
This is your last chance.
Yeah, but he told me stuff.
He's always got stuff. That's what he does.
Well, you got me here. I'm not wasting it.
Happy Birthday, Ryan.
Tee wanted me to tell everyone the truth about you.
So here it comes. Straight from the horse's mouth.
Whoever you are, you have to leave now.
Nah, let him talk.
Yeah, just see what he's got to say?
Hi. I'm Laces.
Ryan, here, used to live in my care home
and he ruined every single birthday that he was there.
-That's a lie.
-He used to steal people's presents and flog them
-down the second hand shop.
You tore up my mum's card so I thought she'd forgotten me.
-Who's going to remember you, Laces?
This is not the time or the place.
Yeah, it is. And Bailey was right. I was sick.
Sick of being bullied by Laces and his mates.
-It was you doing the bullying.
-How can you say that?
-You didn't stop mugging me off about my sister.
Don't fall for this.
Tee, in the office, please. Over there, young man.
All hands on cleaning up, please. Come on, inside.
-Are you OK?
-I need to explain.
-No, you don't.
-I want to. They deserve the truth.
The truth is you're a thief.
I gave the money to charity. I just wasn't thinking straight.
That's no excuse.
On my fifth or sixth birthday...
..my sister gave me a card that she'd drawn herself.
She was only little, so it was a little bit rubbish,
but it meant the world to me
because that day I went into care.
Laces and his mates went through all my stuff as soon as
I got to the care home.
They found the card and he tore it up.
So when it got to his birthday, I just snapped.
And I know it was wrong,
but coming here has been a fresh start
and I am trying to be a better person.
Well, you're not making a very good job of it.
Leave him alone. He said he's trying.
Aw, get real, Floss.
He doesn't mean it.
If you want me out, I'll request a transfer or something.
-Yeah, that's not your decision.
We could have a vote.
Where's Harry and Finn? Tyler, take that.
Ryan needs you downstairs.
I'm not falling for that one again.
It isn't a trick.
This is more important than your stupid little race.
It's not stupid and nothing's more important, so leave us alone.
What happened to the vote?
May-Li wouldn't allow it.
So Ryan's staying?
Looks that way.
No thanks to you two.
No, Floss, no. No, please, no.
Why are you so horrible?
You're the horrible ones.
You wouldn't let me play, you didn't do anything for Ryan's party,
and you don't care that he might have been voted out of the house.
Call yourself a friend, Harry?
Dane Evans, I have him here at Ashdene Ridge.
Thank you very much. That would be much appreciated.
Your social worker's on her way.
Whatever your grievance with Ryan,
that was a spiteful thing to do.
I just thought people needed to know what he was really like.
What is he really like, Tee? Do you actually know?
He had it coming.
Please, be quiet.
We show respect for each other in this house.
And you of all people should know that, Tee.
Give it up, man. You earn respect.
And Ryan, he's never earned any from anyone.
Do you know what? Forget it. I'm out of here.
When did you turn into such a nasty piece of work?
I wouldn't have gone this far if you'd believed me
about Johnny's text.
Ryan told me he deleted it, so he could make sure he could go bowling.
I can't believe you'd take his word over mine.
There are one or two special circumstances with Ryan.
He's not special. He's a care kid,
the same as the rest of us.
Which is why you should treat him as such and apologise.
Listen up, please, everybody. Can I have your attention a moment?
Bailey, please. Thank you.
Tee has something she would like to say to you all.
It's up to you.
OK. Sure. We all make mistakes.
No, it's not good enough.
You still tricked us with your stupid little plan.
Yeah. We were trying to be nice.
You've ruined Ryan's birthday.
Don't listen to them and their sob stories.
Whether you like it or not, we all have to live under the same roof.
So let's stop the tit for tat, please.
I did delete Johnny's text.
Ryan has something he needs to say.
I deleted Johnny's text.
When's he going?
Just hear him out, will you, please?
You have every right to want to get me back and I deserve it.
And he'll be punished.
I don't want to argue with you.
So can we not just wipe the slate clean?
I don't know.
-After everything you've done, Ryan?
-Help me to change.
Tell me what you really think of me.
You're arrogant, you're a bully, you're manipulative.
You treat people badly and all you care about is yourself.
-No, she's right.
I need to hear it.
I wasn't always like that. I just wish you'd knew me before...
Before I was taken away from my sister.
We were always skint, my mum was an alky,
but as long as we had each other we were happy.
My sister - she was the most important thing in my life.
You remind me of her, actually.
She was funny. A laugh. Solid, you know?
Yeah, I... feel the same about Johnny.
We have a lot in common,
and I think we could be good friends
if we got to know each other properly.
..how about it, then?
Great. I'll leave you to it, then.
So...how long have you been here?
Since I was five. The longest.
Who came next?
Then it was Carmen,
then Harry, Tyler and Jody.
What about the others?
I just... I just know how things work, so...
I wanted to respect the pecking order.
I think it was Mo next, yeah.
Then Floss, Bailey, Kazima and... And you.
That's useful to know. Thanks, Tee.
'You're arrogant and you're a bully. You're arrogant and you're...
'You're arrogant... You're arrogant... Arrogant...
'Carmen, Harry, Tyler, then Jody.'
Can't you see I'm busy?
-Close the door.
He's upset with us.
TEE: 'Tyler is manipulative.'
'Bailey is a bully.'
'Carmen is so arrogant!'
I can't believe she'd say something like that.
I thought you were besties.
He admitted it?
I think I actually saw the real Ryan.
-I mean, I even felt sorry for him.
-We tried to get him chucked out.
Yeah, I know, but he just seemed so sweet.
Next time you've got something to say to me,
can you say it to my face?
Because me and you, we're now done.
-What, so I'm a bully now?
What have you been saying?
It's what you've been saying.
'Carmen is so arrogant.
'Tyler is manipulative.
'Bailey is a bully.'
I'm telling Mike.
And what about the people who heard the recording?
They'll just back me up.
I'm sorry about what happened before.
What could you possibly have to say sorry about?
-OK. I've got something for you, then.
-Lead the way, my man.
This is because I haven't been a very good friend
and I missed your vote and I missed your birthday.
Harry, you've been the best, there's no doubt about that.
Go on, drop it in.
ALL: # Happy birthday to you
# Happy birthday to you
# Happy birthday, dear Ryan
# Happy birthday to you. #
Cheers, guys. Best birthday present ever.
OK. You've won. I'll stay out of your way.
What are you on about?
I just want you to tell the truth about those recordings.
-You know - the ones where you
made out I'd said loads of nasty things and I didn't.
Ryan, you've got to tell the truth. Everyone hates me.
-Aw, do they? That's a shame.
-You're not going to get away with this.
They'll see through you and that rubbish about your sister.
I bet she doesn't even exist!
Just so long as people believe ME.
Tee decides to look into her enemy Ryan's past to finally discredit him at his birthday party. What she finds upsets Ryan - and backfires on her.