Drama series. Mo gets the lead in the school play, but his delight is short-lived when his dad falls ill and a secret about his family history is revealed.
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I got the part! Woohoo!
I got the part.
I got the lead role - I'm Oliver!
Wait, does that mean a lot of singing?
Yeah, I've got a solo!
So, what, Mo's going to be a singer now, yeah?
Nah, I'm happy for you, man.
Mo, can you come in the office a second?
-I was going to tell you about the broken chair.
-I was only standing on it because I couldn't reach the...
It's OK, it's OK. I just had a phone call.
Seems your dad's not very well.
-They've just taken him into hospital.
-They think he's had a heart attack.
Er, so we're going to go and see how he is now, yeah?
You're going to be OK.
We're all going to have to help and be extra nice to him, yeah?
We could pick some flowers for the funeral.
Hey, we've got a parcel! For...
Oh, it's a food parcel from Mum.
What is it?
Not just any cheese - Caciocavallo Podolico.
It's my favourite!
And it's REALLY expensive.
Do you think it hurts?
Not while he's asleep, no.
Well, we'd better be quiet, so we don't wake him up.
Yeah, we had better.
Is he going to die?
The doctors will help him.
I don't think I'm ready for him to die...
I don't believe... Are you Anthony?
Erm,... Well, yeah, yeah - but they call me Mo.
Hang on, now, are you relatives?
He's my dad.
No, no, no...he's my dad.
My name's Peter...
..and this is Caroline.
We're your parents.
Peter and Caroline are your mum and dad.
No...but they can't be.
-He's my dad.
-David is your grandfather.
They took you away when you were just two years old.
My mum and dad.
You're our son.
Get it, get it.
Grr, grr! Leave.
MISCHIEF BARKS Bed.
That smells rank.
Aww, but it tastes delicious.
I'm sorry, Mo.
I've seen them before...
Yeah, but...a long time ago,
when I was little.
We were having our tea
and someone rang the doorbell.
Dad went and there were two people,
and they just started shouting at him.
Mum shut the door, so I couldn't really hear what they were saying.
I spied through the window and they looked so angry...
He spoke like Frank.
They both have cerebral palsy.
So they're my real parents?
So, why didn't you tell me?
I wasn't allowed.
So you made me believe something that was wrong.
You say you care about us.
It wasn't my place to say anything, Mo.
Well, you didn't tell the truth
and now look what happened. You know what?
Just take me home.
I'm going to ask you all one more time.
Who took my cheese?
Watch out, there's a cheese thief about!
-This isn't funny.
It's a cheese sandwich!
No! It's a very special cheese sandwich.
It's a very expensive cheese -
my cheese - that my mum gave me.
So, come on, who took it?
-Maybe there's a giant mouse.
Let's see how funny you all find being grounded this weekend.
-Are you joking?!
Does this look like a face that's joking?
I've got my party this weekend!
Well, then, you better hope whoever stole my cheese owns up before then.
Um, are you hungry?
It's nearly time for lunch.
How did it go, Mo?
KNOCK AT DOOR
Is it all right if I come in?
Mike told us.
You must feel weird.
I've got a headache.
Mike says your dad will be OK, though, Mo.
I just... I don't understand why no-one told you about your parents.
Well, Mike says they were trying to be kind.
How is that being kind?
Why couldn't my parents look after me?
And why didn't I get to see them after I was taken into care?
Why didn't I know about them?
You know who else you could ask?
May-Li is SO out of order.
Yeah. Not much you can do about it.
Maybe there is.
What would Sherlock do?
Right, I, Carmen Howle,
have decided that I'm going to solve the mystery of who stole the cheese.
Ooh, it's the cheese police!
-And, Kazima, you're going to help me.
-Why are you involving me?
Because every detective needs a sidekick.
Come on, then, how do you solve the crime of the century?
By using the power of science.
Sidekick, bag Exhibit A for later analysis - come on.
Well, put the plate in the bag
-and then we're going to analyse it later.
-With what? How?
Well, I-I haven't figured that out yet, but...
You do it. You're the detective.
They call me Mo.
OK. Hi, Mo.
Shall we sit?
We started that...
calling you Mo.
We've never stopped loving you.
Well, if you loved me that much, then...
why did you let them take me away from you?
We didn't have a choice.
Your grandpa, he called the social workers.
Why would he?
They said we couldn't cope.
After that, your grandparents adopted you
and we weren't your parents any more - they were.
But all we needed was some help.
What about when I came here?
Why couldn't I come to you instead?
We begged your grandpa to give us another chance.
You were older then - it wouldn't have been so...stressful -
but he wouldn't listen.
He would have listened. He's kind.
No, he's not.
How can you say that? You don't even know him.
-I do know him. He's my dad.
It's not you that we're angry with.
You don't know what you're talking about!
-Just shut up!
-Easy. Easy. Easy.
Can you imagine, though?
It's just like everything that you know turns out to be wrong.
Yeah, it's like trying to work out who you are all over again.
-I reckon he'll go and live with them.
But could they look after him?
They're his parents!
Do you think they're no good because they've got disabilities?
But it's true.
Some people can't look after you and that's just the way it is.
Why do you think we're all here?
Well, what about his parents?
Whoever they are. Mo loves them.
Why would he leave them?
How much longer do you think they're going to be around?
They're proper old.
Why are you all talking about me?
Why don't you stay and say goodbye?
Don't make him. It's OK.
Hi, are you Mo's parents?
Mo said that he doesn't want to see them for a while.
I've waited so long for this and now he don't want to know me,
cos your father never let him know that we exist!
He was just thinking what was best for Mo.
Why don't we step outside and see if the taxi's there, yeah?
You're such a loser.
Sorry about that.
We weren't saying anything bad...
Do you think they can look after me?
Might be tough,
but the way I see it, it'll all work out.
You've got four people who love you.
Most of us in here don't even have one.
-..you've got to be happy, man.
How are you going to sing Oliver all sad?
What do you think, Talkabot? What's happening?
Battleship approaching at five clicks.
Fire photon torpedoes.
That's not very helpful, but...
I wanted to know about my mum and dad.
Well, my grandma and grandpa.
Enemy attack! Look out! Look out!
-David's awake. Want to go and see him?
Battle stations. Battle stations.
Hey, here he is!
-So, you're better now?
-Yeah, course I am, yeah.
The doctor says I'm doing really well.
Your mother's just been.
She's going to be very sad that she missed you.
Um... Which...? Which mother?
Well, your mum. Who else?
She's gone to get me some new pyjamas.
Now, what's wrong?
David, you ought to know...
Mo met Peter and Caroline.
-What have you done?!
They came to visit you while we were here.
So it's true.
you're actually my grandpa.
Yeah, yeah, I am.
But it doesn't change anything.
Nothing at all. I love you.
So, where were you at 12:20 - the time of the incident?
I don't remember.
I was shopping with Sasha.
You seriously think that I'm the thief?!
You were in the kitchen at the same time May-Li was making her sandwich.
Yeah. But I left and went to clean the bathroom.
-Did anyone see you?
-I don't know.
I was rehearsing Annie.
I don't like cheese.
Where were you?
So what now, Sherlock?
Well, you took me away from them.
You called the social worker.
Well, I had to. You were in danger.
I went around to their flat and they'd left you on your own.
They'd gone out and left the door wide open.
Things were just getting too much for them, so they wandered off.
Was I too much to handle?
You were 18 months old!
Well, why didn't I get to see them while I was growing up?
Well, I thought it was for the best.
Yeah, but why?
People can be cruel.
Not everybody is as accepting as you are, Mo.
Accepting? Of who?
People like your dad...
You're embarrassed by them?
They were telling the truth and you're embarrassed by your own son.
Now, that is rubbish.
Well, I think you should say sorry to him.
Well, he won't want to listen.
Why did all this have to come out now?
We were fine.
If they're my mum and dad, I think I should get to know them.
Well, I can't stop you,
but they can't look after you.
They're just not up to it.
You must believe me.
Is this really necessary?
Yes...for exclusion purposes.
Now, did you notice anything unusual when you went back into the kitchen?
-What, apart from the sandwich and cheese being missing?
Now that you mention it,
the knife was missing, too,
but I don't see what that's got to do with it.
What I don't understand
is why someone would take the rest of the cheese.
Eat the sandwich, sure, but why take the rest of the cheese?
Didn't you say that the cheese was really expensive?
-Right, so who else knew about that?
Well, Toni watched me unwrap it.
You were the only person who knew the real value of the cheese,
which gives you the motive to steal it, right?
But I didn't.
Ah. But can you prove that?
Yeah. I was rehearsing Annie with Floss.
Is that you,
playing the king?
Well, that must be where Mo gets his talent from.
He's been chosen to be Oliver in the school play.
Oh, how lovely!
I wanted to be an actor.
Why couldn't you?
Your grandfather didn't approve.
He didn't want me to get laughed at -
you know that.
We're really glad you came...
would you like a cup of tea?
do you have any squash?
Oh, no. Sorry, I never thought.
Can I just have some water, please?
Yeah, sure, I'll get that for you.
What are they?
they are my treasures.
I find my treasure everywhere.
Ants in jam jars,
shiny stones in the mud
and empty yoghurt pots with strawberries on them -
but not raspberries, cos raspberries are not really treasure,
cos you get bits stuck in your teeth.
Look, I'm sorry for not believing you earlier.
What made you change your mind?
Well, I spoke to...
and, erm, I think he's really sorry for what he did.
He had his chance and he blew it,
once and for all.
Well, why did you go and visit him in hospital
if you don't care?
Toni's alibi checks out.
Finn remembers hearing Floss
making Toni and Billie sing and dance
to The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow -
whatever that is.
It sounded like "a constipated parrot".
In fact, all the alibis check out... except Tyler.
No-one saw him after he left the kitchen.
Oh, so Tyler...
is our prime suspect.
You did well today, Mo. I'm proud of you.
It's all my fault, isn't it?
Everyone arguing and not talking to each other.
You can't blame yourself for that.
If I hadn't have been born, none of this would have happened.
If you hadn't been born,
then the world would never have got to meet such a special young fella.
There's no need for you to feel guilty.
Come on, time to get your head down and get some sleep.
A perfect match.
No - May-Li.
There's only May-Li's prints.
How is that possible?
How's the investigation?
A breakthrough is imminent.
I wouldn't want the thief to go unpunished...
and your party is tomorrow.
Right, can you set the table, please?
What did you go and say that for?
I was backing you up - that's what sidekicks do.
So, what now?
Well, I think I'm going to use my subconscious.
You know, that is what geniuses do.
And I am SUCH a genius.
And this one is over two million years old.
It's a Jurassic.
Do you want to hold it?
Ta-da! I've nearly finished!
-It smells fantastic.
Can we play a game before lunch?
"Argh, argh! Pieces of eight!"
Zombie Apocalypse 2?
SHE LAUGHS No - Treasure Island.
Right, it's your turn.
Oh, I've got one.
Oh, go on, son!
Here we go.
A Fish Called Wanda?
-See, mother knows.
Dad! Dad! Are you OK?
We'd better get you to hospital. Come here.
You called me Dad!
-How is he?
It's OK. It's not serious.
They just have to dress his burns and then he can go home. OK?
Grandpa said it would be hard if I stayed with them.
He said how they used to leave me alone at home when I was a baby.
What just happened with your dad was an accident.
It could have happened to anyone.
Well, why didn't Grandpa help them?
Why didn't they help each other?
Look, you don't have to worry about all this now.
-Come on, let's head for home.
Why did they go and visit him in hospital if they don't care?
And why's Grandpa's getting so angry?
-I mean, he must care, too.
They must want to talk to each other - I'm sure of it.
It's not that easy, Mo.
We don't have to go home yet, do we?
Where are you taking me?
To see Mum and Dad.
They're not here, are they?
Yeah. Dad...he burnt his hand whilst making dinner.
Well, that's typical.
Look, Grandpa, all this bad behaviour - it has to stop.
Look, it's not bad behaviour.
I told you, they couldn't look after you.
they've come to see you, so it's not too late.
You don't understand.
Yeah, I DON'T understand -
I'm only ten - but that's why I want them to speak to you.
Well, I don't want to speak to them. Now just stop this thing here.
OK? Where's the brakes on this? Just stop it!
Mo! Mo, what are you doing?
Go on, then.
Talk to each other.
And say what?
I don't know. Something.
Come on, Grandpa. Say something.
Make it right.
Oh, for goodness' sake.
We've got nothing to say to each other.
Come on, just take me back.
You can't just leave!
We were going anyway.
Mo, you'll still come Saturday?
-I'm not coming.
And, Grandpa, you're going to have to do without me.
I'm not going to see any of you.
That's silly. Now don't be daft!
-That's not fair.
-Oh, come on, that's not fair.
What's not fair is you guys arguing and not talking with each other.
We can't be a family.
I'm in Oliver, Thursday night at my school, and I want you to come.
Well, I'll be home by then - of course I'll come!
Of course we'll... We'll be there.
..you can only come if you're going to talk to each other.
If you can't, I don't want any of you there.
It's your choice.
Here we go. Come and sit down. Come on!
I can now identify the cheese thief.
at first I suspected it was you,
because she was the only one who knew the real value of the cheese -
but she did have a cast-iron, if tragic, alibi.
Rehearsing Annie is not tragic!
But one thing that did bug me -
how could someone eat an entire cheese sandwich
but leave no prints on the plate?
And that's when I realised - maybe they were wearing gloves.
Why would someone wear gloves to eat a sandwich?
Well, what if they were wearing rubber gloves...
to do the cleaning...
just like Tyler was?
That never happened!
Well, the hair that I found on the knife was the same colour as yours.
I didn't do it!
You're right. He didn't do it.
OK, I am SO brilliant.
So, the culprit,
the arch cheese stealer...
the thief in our midst is...
The hair on the knife wasn't human
and there were no fingerprints on the plate
and, also, he had cheese on his collar!
-Good triumphs over evil, eh?
So, the thief is exposed, which means I can still go to my party!
Oh, it's such a pity all your brilliant detective work
doesn't bring my cheese back, eh, Mischief? Eh?
Look at you, eh?!
Break a leg.
No disgracing Mo.
Have you seen them?
Oh, are they not here?
I'm sorry, Mo.
I'd better go.
-Of course we did.
But we almost didn't.
We couldn't get tickets.
Do you think you can get us in?
Erm...yeah, I'm sure Miss Walker won't mind.
You can come watch it from backstage.
Will he go and live with them now?
Not yet, but one day.
Now they're all one family, who knows?
# Where is she?
# Who I close my eyes to see
# Will I ever know the sweet hello
# That's meant for only me?
# Where is love? #
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Mo gets the lead in the school play, but his delight is short-lived when his dad falls ill and a devastating secret about his family history is revealed.