Drama series. Tee is determined to prove she can be a party animal, but when she enlists the twins to help they take it all one disastrous step too far.
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I got tickets to Skate Night.
May-Li won't let me go. "Not while you're on probation."
She hates me.
No, she doesn't.
Oh, you don't have to do that.
It's fine. We don't mind.
-They're like your minions or something.
-No, we're not.
You're tidying my room.
Well, we're doing that for Tee, not you.
That's what we do here. We look out for each other.
What, so they'd do absolutely anything for you?
Sash, it's what friends do.
Well, have to say, I'm impressed.
Please let me go. Please?
Less than an hour ago you were throwing things at the wall!
Yeah, but she was just frustrated. And she's really sorry, aren't you?
Yeah, I totally am, and my probation is over on Friday.
All right, you can go...
..as long as you make lunch.
Lasagne, and I don't want any skiving or excuses, OK?
I don't even like lasagne.
Do you have some questions?
Yes. Who has betrayed me?
-What? Kaz, it's not like that.
-So why are they doing this?!
They don't even believe I'm a child!
They check all the facts. You know that.
This is just part of your application.
They need to make sure you are who you say you are.
But I am who I say I am!
Sorry, is everything all right?
We're trying to have a conversation here.
It doesn't matter.
Kaz, it does matter.
Kaz, come back!
I wasn't looking.
Yes, you were. Is that Kaz's?
Are you spying on her?
You might want to close the door.
May-Li, this is a total emergency.
I absolutely have to go out.
-But if I don't pick up the tickets, they'll sell them.
And the lasagne's not going to make itself.
If it's the tickets for Skate Night, I'll have them.
Er, no, why don't you give me the booking reference and I'll go?
Super-T to the rescue.
Yeah. Bog off, Ryan.
What about the lasagne?
We'll help her.
OK, but don't let them put it in the oven.
"You have applied for the right to remain in the United Kingdom
"and you state you are a child.
"As you have no proof of your identity,
"the age assessment is important if we are to support your claim."
What does that mean?
They're saying she's made it all up. That she's saying she's a child
so she doesn't have to be sent back to Somalia.
So she's not really a kid?!
Course she's a kid!
But she could be in her 20s, or even in her 30s.
She's really tall.
No, Kazima can't be grown up.
I mean, she likes all the same stuff we do.
She doesn't like jelly.
I don't like candyfloss, that doesn't mean I'm not a kid.
Hey, you share a room with her. Has she said anything weird?
She doesn't really like to talk about herself.
Maybe this is why.
Kaz, it... It was left open.
No, it wasn't.
Kaz, are you in trouble?
Of course not.
So they send everyone for these age assessment tests?
Are you really 14?
How can you even say that? You know nothing about me.
Exactly! Tell me something.
Look, I'm sorry, Mike,
but what would you do if you found a folder like that?
"Found"? What did it do, open itself?
OK, if I found a file like that,
I hope that I would believe my friend regardless.
Well, why doesn't Kaz ever talk about herself? It's what friends do.
Carmen's right. She could be anyone.
Or she could have had a terrible time.
OK, you're right.
It's Kaz's interview tomorrow. Look out for her tonight, please.
Yeah, of course.
MUSIC: Crazy Stupid Love by Cheryl
You all right?
Yeah, it's a headache. I get them sometimes.
We can clear up, can't we?
Well, I have to put it in the oven.
-That's what Tee said.
-We'll be all right.
Our dad used to let us put things on all the time.
Well, if you're sure?
180 degrees for 45 minutes.
That means we need to put it in at...
Hey, guys, look at this.
Tee left it up.
She must have wanted it for tonight.
I could make that in my sleep.
Can you help her?
-Some bands in the hall cupboard, isn't there?
Tee's going to love it!
That need to cook?
-It's not time yet.
-It's ten to one.
Your watch is fast.
No, it's always right.
So is my stomach.
Check the time, Toni.
It's ten to one!
How are we supposed to cook a lasagne in ten minutes!
-What have you done?!
-Is it supposed to do that?
-Quick, take it out!
-You left them to cook it?!
-I put it under the grill!
-What's going on?
All right, panic over.
I put it in too high. Sorry.
Let's have a look.
There's no way that's cooked.
Look, the base. The base of this is still cold.
We made you this. Is it the one you wanted?
You wrecked lunch to make that?!
Ryan said Tee wanted it.
We're really sorry.
Why are you sorry?
What if they'd got burnt?!
Yeah, but they weren't, were they?
So where were you? I said no skiving.
They wanted to help! And there's no harm done.
No harm done?
What, apart from the danger? There's nothing for lunch now!
-Well, you can forget Skate Night.
But we've got the tickets now!
I'm sorry, but you're grounded, Sasha.
I'll take them off you for a tenner.
-Ryan is not getting those tickets.
-Ten quid's better than nothing.
Er, it's his fault that you're grounded.
He deliberately distracted them.
Skate Night... doesn't start until seven, right?
And May-Li finishes at 6:30.
-You're not serious?
-Come on, think about it.
Shona's on duty and all she does is sleep in front of the telly.
We just need someone to tell her that we're in our room.
No-one's going to do that. They'd get into trouble too.
The twins might.
I mean, they probably won't even have to say anything.
No. I'm on probation.
What if we're caught? I could get chucked out
and sent to the secure unit.
We won't get caught. Shona's too dopey.
Trust me on this one, Sasha. It'll be all right, I promise.
Right, are you ready?
Relax, OK? If Shona asks, we're just in our room.
-Don't wake her up! Please.
Your husband's on the phone. Chat to him.
Hey, Kaz, I'm going to go and get a drink, do you want one?
Mike said something, didn't he?
No. No, I'm just trying to be nice.
Shona's got to go.
Her son broke his arm and he's in hospital.
So we're home alone?
No chance. She's been on to May-Li and May-Li's coming back now.
She'll go mad if she finds us up.
What if she goes looking for Tee?
I'll see you tomorrow, hopefully, let me know how it goes, OK?
Yeah, thanks. Thanks.
Hey, don't worry. She'll be back tomorrow.
Right, come on. It is way past your bedtime.
I'll grab a quick shower and then I'll come tuck you in, OK?
She'll check everyone. She always does.
She'll think they're asleep.
May-Li won't fall for that. You know she won't!
OK, very funny.
Can you open it now, please?
Come on, I won't be cross.
Hey! This isn't funny!
Come on! Hey!
I know you're awake.
What do you want me to say?
OK, I believe that you're 14.
I think that you're exactly who you say you are.
Mike told you to say that.
Just give me a chance.
We all need someone.
Yeah, you do. Let's face it, I'm the best thing you've got.
I really am sorry.
Hey, that was mine!
You've got more on.
Can I have some?
This isn't a cafe!
I bet May-Li would like to know why you're using up all her bread.
Have you seen her?
The twins said she was in the shower.
Fine! You can have one of the next lot.
Can I smell toast?
If you ask Tyler nicely, he'll make you a piece.
So why don't you have any papers?
Have you lost them, or...?
The rebels came for my father.
In the middle of the night.
I can still see his face as they dragged him away.
My brother ran after them.
So they took him too.
My mum and I left quickly.
We had to, in case they returned.
Where's your mum now? Did she go back?
She sang to me.
Soft songs to keep us walking.
She sounds nice.
We reached Dadaab.
A refugee camp.
It was crazy there...
but I was happy.
I thought we were safe.
My mum got sick.
The doctors said it was the unclean water.
But we had to drink something.
I tried to nurse her.
I tried so hard.
-Nothing. May-Li doesn't know.
Wait, May-Li? What's going on?
We didn't know what else to do.
Toni, she's going to go nuts!
I'm not taking the rap for them being stupid.
We're not being stupid!
You locked May-Li in the bathroom. How is that not stupid?!
Is anyone there? Hey!
You said it'd be all right.
I didn't know May-Li was going to come back, did I?!
Tee, what do we do?
-I don't know.
-If she knows I went out, I'm so busted!
Sasha's right. We didn't ask you to do this.
Can you just give us some time to get clear, then let her out?
I love toast.
Is that the last piece?
There's two more in the toaster.
-Yeah, well, good luck with that.
-Why's it doing that?!
I turned the dial up to make it cook faster.
-You do something!
-Tyler, do something.
Hey, let me out! Let me out, right now!
-I'm coming, Jeff!
-Are we on fire?!
I don't know.
Right, downstairs, now. No running, OK?
-Are we on fire?
-The kitchen is, but I've got my Jeff.
Floss, if there's a fire, you get out, OK? Everyone downstairs, now.
You know the drill. Come on, guys, come on.
You say nothing. Got it?
I won't, I promise.
It was the toaster. It's all right now, miss. It's fizzled down.
What if it had been a real fire, eh?
I couldn't get everyone out if I was locked in.
What were you thinking?!
-It was a dare.
-It was a joke.
Does this have anything to do with Skate Night?
We were both asleep!
All right, everyone, go to bed.
But in the morning, I want to know the truth.
You got it?
Remember, no swimming today, you're staying in.
I'll find you some chores, OK?
Go on, grab some breakfast.
Let's talk about the toast party, shall we? Mm?
You know that we don't like you making food in the night.
What do we have to do, padlock the fridge?
Er, didn't you mean to say, "I'm sorry and we won't do it again"?
Come, on Kaz, let's get this done.
Hey, Kaz. Good luck.
It's going to be all right.
-What's going on?
-It's nothing to do with you.
Like making little kids cry, do you?
Just ignore him.
Hurry up, guys! The minibus is waiting, come on.
Oh, are you sure you don't want to go?
I want to get this meal right for Kaz.
Leave loads of time for it to cook, so...
-Come on, guys,
-Come on, Finn. See you, May-Li.
See you later! Don't forget to put your seatbelts on, OK!
You have to let them go. I went to Skate Night.
I asked the twins to cover for me.
So it's my fault they locked you in the bathroom
Don't you mean "we" went to Skate Night?
No, I went on my own.
You left this in the kitchen.
Nice selfie of you both in your skates.
I can't believe you let them take the blame!
Yeah, but I've owned up now, so you can let them go swimming.
-Er, no, I don't think so.
-But they did it for me!
-They shouldn't have done it at all.
-I'm telling you it was all my fault.
And I'm telling you, I've made up my mind.
I'm sorry, girls, but you're staying here.
How is that fair?!
You're grounded too and so is Sasha.
I'll have to speak to Mike about you when he gets back.
They shouldn't have to do this.
Bit late to care, isn't it?
Carmen, just leave it, please.
Look what she's done to the twins, and don't get me started on Kaz.
I haven't done anything to Kaz.
Exactly. She's going through a really tough time right now.
-You have no idea what she's going through.
Well, no, I don't because I'm not psychic.
You're a selfish cow, though.
All right now, that's enough.
I want justice for them. How is that selfish?!
They're only in this mess because of you!
And you're too busy sucking up to Sasha that you don't even see it.
Never had you down as a bully.
Carmen, I'm not a bully!
Yes, you are. Look at them.
You did that.
Hey, there's nearly always another interview.
Don't read anything into it.
But I got so confused.
To have to go over and over all you've been through, Kaz...
I'm surprised you're still standing.
You did well.
It's all right, just tell me.
We saw Tee leaving. She looked really upset.
There you are. Weak and wet, just how you like it.
You must be wiped out.
How was it?
I was so nervous.
It was all right, yeah?
They want to see me again.
Made your favourite. Sausage and mash.
It's been a long day. I'd rather be on my own.
It'll be there if you want some later, yeah?
Er, you need to make sure that it's smooth.
Kaz doesn't like lumpy mash.
-I'm doing my best.
-Hate to see your worst.
Can I help?
Er, yeah, you can...
get the cutlery, lay it out on the table.
-What about gravy? Kaz loves gravy.
Why does Kaz need cheering up?
She's just a bit down. We all thought she deserved a treat.
I've tried Tee's mum, no sign.
What about Johnny?
Left a message. Told him to give us a call if he hears anything.
Is Tee OK?
Oh, I'm sure she's fine, Mo.
She probably just nipped out for a walk.
-I'll go for a drive, see if I can spot her.
Tee! Where on earth have you been?!
-I know, I'm sorry.
-We've been worried about you.
I'm grounded, so I know if I asked you, you'd have said no.
I had to do something.
Oh, Mike found you then?
Where were you?
Doesn't matter. Er, May-Li says Kaz won't come down.
Can I try?
Carmen, what you said about me.
I don't know how I got there, but I needed to hear it, so...
I heard you're going through a tough time,
so I thought these might help you take your mind off things.
Why have you bought all this?
Suppose I wanted to show that I cared.
Who were you trying to show?
Thank you, but you should take it back.
It costs so much and I don't need things. Gifts.
Kaz, you can tell me to get lost,
but me, you, Carmen, everyone here, we all need each other.
OK, so forget about the gifts,
but whatever you're going through, you don't need to do it on your own.
Carmen said that, too.
Yeah, well, we're kind of veterans, so we know a thing or two.
Tyler's eating all of the sausages downstairs
and that's against the house rules as well.
This is nice, Carmen!
You've just had four!
So? So have you!
No, I've had six. Not four, six!
Erm, guys, I'm really sorry and I want to make it up to you.
MUSIC: Blame It On Me by George Ezra
What's the point in rules?
Tee was grounded and she went out.
Yeah, but Tee knows she was in the wrong.
Erm, what's going to happen to her?
We haven't had a chance to decide yet.
Look, I really did talk her into it.
I put too much pressure on.
Mike, please don't push her out. Not because of me.
Can we have a word, please?
Tee maintains that you two going out is all her fault.
I shouldn't have said yes. I'm the one on probation.
You know you're just as bad as each other, right?
It wouldn't be fair to let Tee stay and not you now, would it?
So, are you saying I can stay? Like, for good?
Sasha, you're one of us now.
You're still grounded, both of you.
Hey, it's good to have you back.
Tee is determined to prove she can be a party animal, but when she enlists the twins to help they take it all one disastrous step too far.