Where is Love? The Dumping Ground


Where is Love?

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!

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I got the part.

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Tee! Bailey!

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I got the lead role - I'm Oliver!

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Wait, does that mean a lot of singing?

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Yeah, I've got a solo!

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So, what, Mo's going to be a singer now, yeah?

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ALL HOWL

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Bailey!

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Nah, I'm happy for you, man.

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Mo, can you come in the office a second?

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-Er, yeah.

-Cheers.

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-I was going to tell you about the broken chair.

-Yeah.

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-I was only standing on it because I couldn't reach the...

-Mo...

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It's OK, it's OK. I just had a phone call.

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Seems your dad's not very well.

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-What happened?

-They've just taken him into hospital.

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-Why?

-They think he's had a heart attack.

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Er, so we're going to go and see how he is now, yeah?

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You're going to be OK.

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Bye, everyone.

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-ALL:

-Bye.

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Poor Mo.

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We're all going to have to help and be extra nice to him, yeah?

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We could pick some flowers for the funeral.

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Floss!

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Hey, we've got a parcel! For...

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Oh. Me.

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Oh, it's a food parcel from Mum.

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No way!

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What is it?

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Cheese!

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Cheese?

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Not just any cheese - Caciocavallo Podolico.

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It's my favourite!

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And it's REALLY expensive.

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Do you think it hurts?

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Not while he's asleep, no.

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Well, we'd better be quiet, so we don't wake him up.

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Yeah, we had better.

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Is he going to die?

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The doctors will help him.

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I don't think I'm ready for him to die...

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..not yet.

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I don't believe... Are you Anthony?

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Erm,... Well, yeah, yeah - but they call me Mo.

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Peter!

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Th-that's Anthony!

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Hang on, now, are you relatives?

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He's my dad.

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No, no, no...he's my dad.

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My name's Peter...

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..and this is Caroline.

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We're your parents.

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Mike, what's...?

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It's true.

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Peter and Caroline are your mum and dad.

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No...but they can't be.

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-He's my dad.

-David is your grandfather.

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They took you away when you were just two years old.

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Who did?

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My mum and dad.

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Your grandparents.

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You're our son.

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No.

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You're lying!

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Mo...

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Mo!

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Get it, get it.

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Grr, grr! Leave.

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MISCHIEF BARKS Bed.

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That smells rank.

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Aww, but it tastes delicious.

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Oh...

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PHONE RINGS

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Ugh!

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I'm sorry, Mo.

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I've seen them before...

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I think.

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Have you?

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Yeah, but...a long time ago,

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when I was little.

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We were having our tea

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and someone rang the doorbell.

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Dad went and there were two people,

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and they just started shouting at him.

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Mum shut the door, so I couldn't really hear what they were saying.

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I spied through the window and they looked so angry...

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He spoke like Frank.

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They both have cerebral palsy.

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So they're my real parents?

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Yeah.

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So, why didn't you tell me?

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I wasn't allowed.

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So you made me believe something that was wrong.

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You say you care about us.

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It wasn't my place to say anything, Mo.

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Well, you didn't tell the truth

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and now look what happened. You know what?

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Just take me home.

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I'm going to ask you all one more time.

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Who took my cheese?

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Watch out, there's a cheese thief about!

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-THEY GIGGLE

-This isn't funny.

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It's a cheese sandwich!

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No! It's a very special cheese sandwich.

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It's a very expensive cheese -

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my cheese - that my mum gave me.

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So, come on, who took it?

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-Maybe there's a giant mouse.

-LAUGHTER

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Right.

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Let's see how funny you all find being grounded this weekend.

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-What?!

-Are you joking?!

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Does this look like a face that's joking?

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I've got my party this weekend!

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Well, then, you better hope whoever stole my cheese owns up before then.

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Um, are you hungry?

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It's nearly time for lunch.

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How did it go, Mo?

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Go away.

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Is it all right if I come in?

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HE SIGHS

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Mike told us.

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You must feel weird.

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I've got a headache.

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Mike says your dad will be OK, though, Mo.

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I just... I don't understand why no-one told you about your parents.

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Well, Mike says they were trying to be kind.

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How is that being kind?

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I dunno.

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Why couldn't my parents look after me?

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And why didn't I get to see them after I was taken into care?

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Why didn't I know about them?

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You know who else you could ask?

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May-Li is SO out of order.

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Yeah. Not much you can do about it.

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Maybe there is.

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Hey!

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What would Sherlock do?

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Right, I, Carmen Howle,

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have decided that I'm going to solve the mystery of who stole the cheese.

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Ooh, it's the cheese police!

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-And, Kazima, you're going to help me.

-Why are you involving me?

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Because every detective needs a sidekick.

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Come on, then, how do you solve the crime of the century?

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By using the power of science.

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Sidekick, bag Exhibit A for later analysis - come on.

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What?

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Well, put the plate in the bag

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-and then we're going to analyse it later.

-With what? How?

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Well, I-I haven't figured that out yet, but...

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You do it. You're the detective.

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-SHE GASPS

-Anthony.

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They call me Mo.

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OK. Hi, Mo.

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Shall we sit?

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We started that...

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calling you Mo.

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We've never stopped loving you.

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Well, if you loved me that much, then...

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why did you let them take me away from you?

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We didn't have a choice.

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Your grandpa, he called the social workers.

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Why would he?

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They said we couldn't cope.

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After that, your grandparents adopted you

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and we weren't your parents any more - they were.

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But all we needed was some help.

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What about when I came here?

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Why couldn't I come to you instead?

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We begged your grandpa to give us another chance.

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You were older then - it wouldn't have been so...stressful -

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but he wouldn't listen.

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He would have listened. He's kind.

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No, he's not.

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How can you say that? You don't even know him.

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-You can't!

-I do know him. He's my dad.

-Shut up.

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It's not you that we're angry with.

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You don't know what you're talking about!

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-Just shut up!

-Easy. Easy. Easy.

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Can you imagine, though?

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It's just like everything that you know turns out to be wrong.

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Yeah, it's like trying to work out who you are all over again.

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-I reckon he'll go and live with them.

-I would.

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But could they look after him?

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They're his parents!

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Do you think they're no good because they've got disabilities?

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-Well...

-Floss!

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But it's true.

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Some people can't look after you and that's just the way it is.

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Why do you think we're all here?

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Well, what about his parents?

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Grandparents.

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Whoever they are. Mo loves them.

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Why would he leave them?

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How much longer do you think they're going to be around?

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They're proper old.

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Why are you all talking about me?

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Mo!

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Mo? Mo!

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Mo!

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Why don't you stay and say goodbye?

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Don't make him. It's OK.

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Hi, are you Mo's parents?

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Mo said that he doesn't want to see them for a while.

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I've waited so long for this and now he don't want to know me,

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cos your father never let him know that we exist!

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He was just thinking what was best for Mo.

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Why don't we step outside and see if the taxi's there, yeah?

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Go, Mo.

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You're such a loser.

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Sorry about that.

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We weren't saying anything bad...

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..not really.

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Do you think they can look after me?

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I dunno.

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Might be tough,

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but the way I see it, it'll all work out.

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How?

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You've got four people who love you.

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Most of us in here don't even have one.

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Besides...

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-..you've got to be happy, man.

-Huh?

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How are you going to sing Oliver all sad?

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TALKABOT BEEPS

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What do you think, Talkabot? What's happening?

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Battleship approaching at five clicks.

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Fire photon torpedoes.

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That's not very helpful, but...

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I wanted to know about my mum and dad.

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Well, my grandma and grandpa.

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Enemy attack! Look out! Look out!

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Hospital's called.

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-David's awake. Want to go and see him?

-Yeah.

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Battle stations. Battle stations.

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-Battle stations...

-Thanks.

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Hey, here he is!

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-Come here!

-HE CHUCKLES

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Ahh...

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-So, you're better now?

-Yeah, course I am, yeah.

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The doctor says I'm doing really well.

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Your mother's just been.

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She's going to be very sad that she missed you.

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Um... Which...? Which mother?

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Well, your mum. Who else?

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She's gone to get me some new pyjamas.

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Now, what's wrong?

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David, you ought to know...

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Mo met Peter and Caroline.

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-What have you done?!

-Nothing.

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They came to visit you while we were here.

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So it's true.

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you're actually my grandpa.

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Yeah, yeah, I am.

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But it doesn't change anything.

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Nothing at all. I love you.

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So, where were you at 12:20 - the time of the incident?

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Playing football.

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With Bailey.

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I don't remember.

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I was shopping with Sasha.

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Was I?

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Oh, yeah.

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You seriously think that I'm the thief?!

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You were in the kitchen at the same time May-Li was making her sandwich.

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Yeah. But I left and went to clean the bathroom.

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-Did anyone see you?

-I don't know.

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I was rehearsing Annie.

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I don't like cheese.

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Where were you?

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SHE SCOFFS

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So what now, Sherlock?

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Ugh!

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Well, you took me away from them.

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You called the social worker.

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Well, I had to. You were in danger.

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Why?

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I went around to their flat and they'd left you on your own.

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They'd gone out and left the door wide open.

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Things were just getting too much for them, so they wandered off.

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Was I too much to handle?

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You were 18 months old!

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Well, why didn't I get to see them while I was growing up?

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Well, I thought it was for the best.

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Yeah, but why?

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People can be cruel.

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Not everybody is as accepting as you are, Mo.

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Accepting? Of who?

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People like your dad...

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and Caroline.

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You're embarrassed by them?

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Absolutely not!

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They were telling the truth and you're embarrassed by your own son.

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Now, that is rubbish.

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Well, I think you should say sorry to him.

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Well, he won't want to listen.

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Why did all this have to come out now?

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We were fine.

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If they're my mum and dad, I think I should get to know them.

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Well, I can't stop you,

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but they can't look after you.

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They're just not up to it.

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You must believe me.

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Is this really necessary?

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Yes...for exclusion purposes.

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Now, did you notice anything unusual when you went back into the kitchen?

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-What, apart from the sandwich and cheese being missing?

-Yes.

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Now that you mention it,

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the knife was missing, too,

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but I don't see what that's got to do with it.

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What I don't understand

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is why someone would take the rest of the cheese.

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Eat the sandwich, sure, but why take the rest of the cheese?

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Yeah.

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Didn't you say that the cheese was really expensive?

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-Mm-hm.

-Right, so who else knew about that?

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Well, Toni watched me unwrap it.

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You were the only person who knew the real value of the cheese,

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which gives you the motive to steal it, right?

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But I didn't.

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Ah. But can you prove that?

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Yeah. I was rehearsing Annie with Floss.

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Is that you,

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playing the king?

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Well, that must be where Mo gets his talent from.

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He's been chosen to be Oliver in the school play.

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Oh, how lovely!

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I wanted to be an actor.

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Why couldn't you?

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Your grandfather didn't approve.

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He didn't want me to get laughed at -

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you know that.

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We're really glad you came...

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aren't we?

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Yeah.

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Well...

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would you like a cup of tea?

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Erm...

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do you have any squash?

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Oh, no. Sorry, I never thought.

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Can I just have some water, please?

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Yeah, sure, I'll get that for you.

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What are they?

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Oh...

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they are my treasures.

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Wheee!

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HE LAUGHS

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I find my treasure everywhere.

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Ants in jam jars,

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shiny stones in the mud

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and empty yoghurt pots with strawberries on them -

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but not raspberries, cos raspberries are not really treasure,

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cos you get bits stuck in your teeth.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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Look, I'm sorry for not believing you earlier.

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It's OK.

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What made you change your mind?

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Well, I spoke to...

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to Grandpa...

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and, erm, I think he's really sorry for what he did.

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He had his chance and he blew it,

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once and for all.

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Well, why did you go and visit him in hospital

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if you don't care?

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Toni's alibi checks out.

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Finn remembers hearing Floss

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making Toni and Billie sing and dance

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to The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow -

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whatever that is.

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It sounded like "a constipated parrot".

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In fact, all the alibis check out... except Tyler.

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No-one saw him after he left the kitchen.

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Oh, so Tyler...

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is our prime suspect.

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You did well today, Mo. I'm proud of you.

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It's all my fault, isn't it?

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What?

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Everyone arguing and not talking to each other.

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You can't blame yourself for that.

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If I hadn't have been born, none of this would have happened.

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MIKE CHUCKLES

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If you hadn't been born,

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then the world would never have got to meet such a special young fella.

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There's no need for you to feel guilty.

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Come on, time to get your head down and get some sleep.

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A perfect match.

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Tyler?

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No - May-Li.

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There's only May-Li's prints.

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How is that possible?

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How's the investigation?

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A breakthrough is imminent.

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Excellent.

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I wouldn't want the thief to go unpunished...

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and your party is tomorrow.

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Right, can you set the table, please?

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What did you go and say that for?

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I was backing you up - that's what sidekicks do.

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So, what now?

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Well, I think I'm going to use my subconscious.

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You know, that is what geniuses do.

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And I am SUCH a genius.

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Got it!

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And this one is over two million years old.

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It's a Jurassic.

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Do you want to hold it?

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Ta-da! I've nearly finished!

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-It smells fantastic.

-SHE CHUCKLES

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Can we play a game before lunch?

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"Argh, argh! Pieces of eight!"

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Zombie Apocalypse 2?

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Seriously?

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SHE LAUGHS No - Treasure Island.

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Right, it's your turn.

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Oh, I've got one.

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Oh, go on, son!

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-Film.

-Film.

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-Two words!

-Two fingers!

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-Whole thing.

-Whole thing.

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Here we go.

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Aqua...

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A Fish Called Wanda?

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Little Mermaid.

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Mermaid...

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-Finding Nemo!

-Yes!

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Yeah!

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-See, mother knows.

-ALARM BEEPS

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Oh!

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Peter?!

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Aah!

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Dad! Dad! Are you OK?

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What happened?

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We'd better get you to hospital. Come here.

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You called me Dad!

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-Mo!

-How is he?

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It's OK. It's not serious.

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They just have to dress his burns and then he can go home. OK?

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Grandpa said it would be hard if I stayed with them.

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He said how they used to leave me alone at home when I was a baby.

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What just happened with your dad was an accident.

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It could have happened to anyone.

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Well, why didn't Grandpa help them?

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Why didn't they help each other?

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Look, you don't have to worry about all this now.

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-Come on, let's head for home.

-Hold on.

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Why did they go and visit him in hospital if they don't care?

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And why's Grandpa's getting so angry?

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-I mean, he must care, too.

-Yeah.

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They must want to talk to each other - I'm sure of it.

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It's not that easy, Mo.

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Why not?

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We don't have to go home yet, do we?

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THEY SHOUT

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Where are you taking me?

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To see Mum and Dad.

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They're not here, are they?

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Yeah. Dad...he burnt his hand whilst making dinner.

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Well, that's typical.

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Look, Grandpa, all this bad behaviour - it has to stop.

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Look, it's not bad behaviour.

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I told you, they couldn't look after you.

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Well, look...

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they've come to see you, so it's not too late.

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You don't understand.

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Yeah, I DON'T understand -

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I'm only ten - but that's why I want them to speak to you.

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Well, I don't want to speak to them. Now just stop this thing here.

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OK? Where's the brakes on this? Just stop it!

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Mo! Mo, what are you doing?

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Dad!

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Go on, then.

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Talk to each other.

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And say what?

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I don't know. Something.

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Come on, Grandpa. Say something.

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Make it right.

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I...

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Oh, for goodness' sake.

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We've got nothing to say to each other.

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Come on, just take me back.

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You can't just leave!

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We were going anyway.

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Mo, you'll still come Saturday?

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No.

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-What?

-I'm not coming.

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And, Grandpa, you're going to have to do without me.

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I'm not going to see any of you.

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That's silly. Now don't be daft!

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-That's not fair.

-Oh, come on, that's not fair.

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What's not fair is you guys arguing and not talking with each other.

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We can't be a family.

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I'm in Oliver, Thursday night at my school, and I want you to come.

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Will you?

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Well, I'll be home by then - of course I'll come!

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Of course we'll... We'll be there.

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But...

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..you can only come if you're going to talk to each other.

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If you can't, I don't want any of you there.

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It's your choice.

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OK, guys...

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Here we go. Come and sit down. Come on!

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I can now identify the cheese thief.

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Toni...

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at first I suspected it was you,

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because she was the only one who knew the real value of the cheese -

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but she did have a cast-iron, if tragic, alibi.

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Rehearsing Annie is not tragic!

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Whatever!

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But one thing that did bug me -

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how could someone eat an entire cheese sandwich

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but leave no prints on the plate?

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And that's when I realised - maybe they were wearing gloves.

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Why would someone wear gloves to eat a sandwich?

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Well, what if they were wearing rubber gloves...

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to do the cleaning...

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just like Tyler was?

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That never happened!

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Well, the hair that I found on the knife was the same colour as yours.

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I didn't do it!

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No.

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You're right. He didn't do it.

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OK, I am SO brilliant.

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So, the culprit,

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the arch cheese stealer...

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the thief in our midst is...

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-..Mischief.

-LAUGHTER

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-No way!

-MISCHIEF BARKS

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The hair on the knife wasn't human

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and there were no fingerprints on the plate

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and, also, he had cheese on his collar!

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LAUGHTER

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-Good triumphs over evil, eh?

-Mm-hm.

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So, the thief is exposed, which means I can still go to my party!

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Oh, it's such a pity all your brilliant detective work

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doesn't bring my cheese back, eh, Mischief? Eh?

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-MISCHIEF BARKS

-Eh?

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Mo!

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Hello!

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Look at you, eh?!

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Break a leg.

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No disgracing Mo.

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Have you seen them?

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Oh, are they not here?

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I'm sorry, Mo.

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I'd better go.

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They're here!

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You came!

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-Oh!

-You came!

-Yeah!

-Of course we did.

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But we almost didn't.

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We couldn't get tickets.

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Do you think you can get us in?

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Erm...yeah, I'm sure Miss Walker won't mind.

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You can come watch it from backstage.

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Will he go and live with them now?

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Not yet, but one day.

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Now they're all one family, who knows?

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# Where is she?

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# Who I close my eyes to see

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# Will I ever know the sweet hello

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# That's meant for only me?

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# Where

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# Where is love? #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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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.


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