Drama series. Sinister new resident Ryan arrives and shows he does not care about how far he will go to get what he wants.
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-This is Ryan.
I'm Mike, Mike Milligan, and, um...
Welcome to Ashdene Ridge.
I hope you'll be very happy here.
Listen, what happened in the past, it's the past, yeah?
This...this is a chance for a fresh start.
I think there's a man outside trying to break into that car.
All right, stay there. Stay there.
Nah, there's no-one there...
-Where's he gone?
And that's why everything is literally red at the moment.
And then the wallets got nicked after that.
And then we had to give a statement to the police.
-Did they catch the thief?
There you are!
Oh, I was getting a cloth.
I'm so sorry, I accidentally spilt your coffee.
It wasn't an accident.
Mo did it on purpose.
Thank you, Floss, and that's enough biscuits for now.
But I bought them with my own money!
Well... Then you'll want them to last, won't you?
Mike? Police are on the phone.
-Have they found Tyler's mum yet?
-She's not hiding!
So why won't she talk to the police?
-Cos she's done nothing wrong!
-Yeah, how do you know?
Are you calling my mum a thief? That was just an ice cream!
-Not like her.
Fine, take her side!
I'm not taking sides!
-I don't want to hear any more gossip about this.
Everybody is innocent until proven guilty.
-Am I talking to myself?
-Yeah, leave Kaz out of this!
What do you mean? She's got a criminal record.
I haven't. I never got caught.
-I only stole to eat. Not from my friends.
-What are friends?
-"What are friends?"
People who care about you.
-Maybe you'll make one someday.
That is it. If I hear one more word, you're all on sanction,
no TV for a week!
ALL SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER
I said, one more word!
This is so unfair.
-It's not usually like this.
Ryan, shall we get you unpacked?
Where are you going?
To our room.
Carmen? A biscuit?
-Mike said to put them away.
-I don't care.
We're a bit stretched at the moment,
what with, er, the water damage and two new girls arriving.
It's fine, don't worry about it.
OK. Well, if you need anything, come and find me, yeah?
-Yeah. Thanks, May-Li.
I know it's strange being new, but you get used to it.
-Do you want to go and look for some treasure?
It's recycling day tomorrow. I always check the bins.
You wouldn't believe what some people throw out.
Maybe later, yeah?
-I have to sort my stuff out first.
Hi. What are you doing?
I'm going out with a foster family today.
Are they into wrestling?
Looks like they've hit the jackpot.
Have you ever been fostered?
-Yeah, loads of times.
-What's it like?
You'll love it.
So when are you moving in with them?
-A few weeks.
-A few weeks?
No-one ever wants to share with Mo.
But May-Li says Mo should share,
cos he caused the flood that wrecked Johnny's room.
So where's Johnny sleeping?
He was lucky. He got the spare staff bedroom.
-What are you doing in here?
-Sorry, mate, I got lost.
This place is amazing! Is that your own bathroom?
Yeah. Mo did me a favour.
Sorry you have to share with him.
I don't suppose you want to swap? I'll pay you.
Ha-ha! Make me an offer and I'll think about it.
Yeah, you're going to have to do better than that, mate.
Nobody followed you?
Of course not. Why would they?
The police keep hassling me.
So talk to them.
It'll look much better if you do.
-They know I've had mental health issues.
People judge you. They think,
"She can't control herself, she doesn't know what she's doing."
All this is just in your head.
They just want your help, that's all.
Please, promise me you'll talk to them?
Hey, Mo. How was the treasure hunt?
-Did you find anything good?
I don't know what to do.
I need to talk to Mike.
Why don't you come and show me what you found, yeah?
And we'll sort it out together.
-This is the stuff that got nicked yesterday, right?
Did you touch anything?
Well, just a bit, when I was going through the bin.
You touched them?
That means they'll be covered in your fingerprints and DNA!
-Is that bad?
-Yeah, very bad.
Well, I didn't steal them! I'll tell the police.
You think they'll believe you, with your record for criminal damage?
What do we do, Ryan?
Nothing. We just leave them where they are and don't tell anyone.
The bins get emptied tomorrow, problem solved.
-Just cover them up so nobody finds them.
How'd it go?
'It was bad. Really bad.'
Why? What happened?
They just kept asking me all these questions,
what was I doing in the room with the coats... I panicked.
'I said I never went in there.'
I just wasn't thinking straight.
Go back and tell them the truth.
'I can't, they'll arrest me.'
No, no, they won't.
'Listen to me.
-'We'll prove you're innocent.'
I'm going to catch the real thief.
Hello. Come in.
It's lovely to see you.
Sorry again about yesterday.
-It wasn't your fault.
-Kids will be kids, eh?
Thanks for being so understanding.
-Wait here while I go and grab Harry.
Maude, cheer up.
I don't want to see that face when Harry's here.
I can't believe you're still going through with this.
The kids in this place are criminals.
Not this again...
-It's true! They nicked everyone's stuff...
-We don't know who did that.
But I'm sure Harry had nothing to do with it.
It doesn't matter who did it.
The point is, care kids are messed up!
Maude! That is a horrible thing to say!
I can't believe you want to bring one of them into OUR home.
Now, that's enough, Maude.
Well, here he is!
Do you guys fancy a cup of tea before you head off?
He's new. It won't last.
I promised my mum I'd catch the real thief.
How do I do that?
Well, let's start with motive.
Who would have had a reason to do the crime?
Anyone who fancied getting their hands on a big pile of cash.
So, all of us. OK.
Well, who would have had an opportunity to get in there
and steal the wallets?
All of us. This isn't helping.
We need hard evidence.
-I'm going to search everyone's rooms.
-You can't do that!
You know what people around here are like about privacy.
Yeah, well, I'm trying to keep my mum out of prison!
Fine. Do what you've got to do.
But if anyone asks,
we never had this conversation.
We never planned for Maudie to be our only one,
it just turned out that way.
Well, until now.
We don't want this to be just another foster placement.
We hope you'll that think of yourself as one of the family,
right from the start.
And it'll be good for Maudie to learn to share.
I heard about the theft yesterday. Did you lose anything?
my purse and Jim's wallet, but it's only money.
Yeah, but it's a lot of money. The police are taking it seriously.
Who told you that?
Mike. He said they're searching the neighbourhood this afternoon.
Well, in case the evidence got dumped nearby.
Maybe in a bin or something.
-Seems like a long shot.
-Well, they might get lucky.
Who knows? He might have been dumb enough to leave his fingerprints.
I'm just going to the toilet.
Looking for something?
Thanks, you just proved my theory.
You wanted to put your parents off fostering, so you nicked the stuff.
You hoped it'd scare them off,
make out like the care kids are all on the rob.
It didn't really work out, did it?
I didn't do anything.
Oh, you didn't? Oh, I'm sorry.
I totally misjudged you.
OK. I'll take the evidence to the police.
They'll check for fingerprints, DNA.
But you won't go to prison, because it wasn't you.
Don't go to the police?
Why shouldn't I?
That doesn't even make sense.
Come on, Maudie. Help me out here.
What do you want?
The money you nicked from the wallets, where is it?
When you come back with Harry, bring the cash, yeah?
If I do, then you have to give me the wallets.
You don't tell me what to do.
We'll talk when I see the money.
I'm serious. Name your price.
-You win the lottery or something?
-Something like that.
Come on, how much to swap rooms?
I don't know. I like it here.
And I don't need the money, I've got savings.
Oh, well. I tried.
Yeah, sorry, mate.
You're searching my stuff? You think I'm the thief?
I'm doing everyone's room.
But you came here first.
You were a pickpocket!
-And I can never forget that.
-Not my fault.
Go on, search.
-What's the problem?
Well, obviously it's not here.
Duh! Even if I was the thief,
I'm not stupid enough to hide the evidence in my own room.
Well, where would you hide it?
Where does everyone hide their stuff around here?
There's boxes and stuff in there, maybe we should look in them.
What are you doing?
Nothing, just, er... exploring the attic.
Right, er... You start over there and I'll start over here.
Can you hurry up in there?
Sorry, mate, might be a while.
Nothing on my side.
Are you sure?
I know how to hide things. And how to find them.
TYLER'S PHONE BEEPS
What is it?
She says she's going away for a while, but doesn't say where.
'Please leave a message after the tone.'
Mum? It's me.
What are you doing?
Running away is not going to solve anything.
Call me back.
Have you looked through this box?
Oh, this is just Tracy's old stuff.
She used to work at Elm Tree House.
There's loads more boxes like this in the shed...
The shed! We can look there next.
-You found them!
-No, don't touch them.
It's good that we found them,
but what if your mum's prints are on them?
If you're that desperate, go and use the one in Johnny's room.
He doesn't like when people do that.
So? Are you scared of Johnny?
-They're all empty.
-That doesn't matter.
They've got the thief's fingerprints on them.
That'll prove Mum's innocent.
Are you sure?
-Then why is she running away?
-Because nobody believes her.
-What do you want?
I'm just looking for somewhere private to practise my dancing.
Where'd you get all that stuff?
The clothes, the food, the...sparkly things.
May-Li took me into town.
How'd you pay for it all?
You told me you were skint last week.
Birthday money from my nan.
-It's not your birthday.
-She gets confused.
You don't even have a nan.
You took the stuff and let Mum take the blame!
I didn't, I didn't!
So where did you get the money?
Dancing, at the party. People paid me for it.
-So why didn't you say before?
-Busking's my thing.
I don't want the rest of you taking over my business.
-Don't know, why?
"MB", Matt Brantson, Where did you get this from?
Found it in Johnny's room.
Told you it wasn't me!
Bailey's caught the thief, everyone!
-What's going on?
-They found one of the stolen wallets in Johnny's room.
Johnny's the thief?
I'm gutted. I really thought we were going to be mates.
-You still can be.
-Not if he's in juvie. That's where they'll send him.
-If he did it.
-Course he did!
Bailey found proof.
Can't argue with evidence, mate.
We're going to have to tell Mike what we found.
It's Matt Brantson's. It's got his credit cards in and everything.
I've never seen that in my life.
-He must have planted it.
-Save it for the feds, yeah?
You're not going to tell the police about this?
I'm sorry, they do need to know.
This is mental! He set me up!
Johnny, come with us.
At least we all know the truth.
Er, we know nothing. It's a set-up.
You calling me a liar?!
-I found that wallet hidden in his room.
-Yeah, I know, I believe you.
-But anyone could have put it there.
-Yeah, but why would they?
Like he said, to frame him. I mean, why was there only one wallet?
-What's happened to all the others?
-Well, it might...
I suppose we'll never find out.
'Please leave a message after the tone.'
Why didn't you say anything? I thought we agreed...
I just wanted to speak to Mum, make sure I'm doing the right thing.
Of course you are.
But what if the police find my mum's fingerprints on the wallets?
They already have one wallet.
The same fingerprints will be on all of them.
Please, just give me a little more time to speak to her?
Then I go to Mike.
No girls in boys' rooms.
Shh! I just want to talk to you alone.
How are you getting on with Ryan?
Are you sure?
I mean, there's nothing that you want to tell me?
-I just don't want to get Johnny into more trouble.
-You trust me, don't you?
I didn't mean to find it. I was just looking for treasure.
-Are you sure it was these bins?
-Yeah, I remember those pizza boxes.
And Ryan told you not to say anything?
He's in Johnny's room. What do you want him for?
-The wallets have gone!
-You told her?
-Yes, he did.
Why did you make him keep quiet?
I just didn't want to get anyone into trouble.
-So where have you moved the wallets?
The thief must've come back.
Look, I'm really sorry. I should have said something before.
I can't believe I messed up so badly on my first day.
Mike's going to be so disappointed in me.
-We don't have to tell him, do we?
No, I know you were just trying to do the right thing.
I won't tell Mike if you don't want me to.
Still, at least everything worked out for Harry.
Do you know when he's going to be back from his visit?
About four, Mike said.
-What are you doing?
-Shh! I'm watching Ryan.
-To see where he moved the wallets.
He didn't move them, he said.
You don't actually believe that, did you?
-Yeah, and I thought you did, too.
-That's what I wanted him to think.
Did you have fun?
We watched Death Head Dave win the Super Smackdown, and we had pizza!
-Shall we have a cuppa in the kitchen, first?
OK, Bailey. So you just found the one wallet?
He must've got rid of the others.
Matt Brantson's famous.
Probably thought he could sell it online.
Johnny, no! Johnny, no.
Can't you see what he's doing?
If I get done for this, I won't be able to get into the Army.
-It's going to destroy my whole life!
-Johnny, no! No!
Mum, it's me, again.
I just wanted to say I found the stolen wallets
and I'm taking them to the police.
I thought you'd want to know.
So, have you got the cash?
-Is that it?
You know what happens if you lie.
That's all of it. I swear.
You won't tell anyone, will you?
No, but you will.
What? I don't understand.
It's better if you confess yourself.
Confess? But I thought if I gave you the money...
I didn't want it for myself.
I just wanted to make sure everyone got their money back.
Then, that way...
They probably won't press charges against you.
Ryan caught the thief?
Sounds like it.
I'm doing you a favour. You'll thank me one day.
Well, it's obvious. Bailey must have planted it.
-He's setting me up.
-Not now, Tyler!
Where did you find those?
Someone hid them in the attic.
Ryan, we're a bit busy.
Maude's got something to tell you.
I am so sorry about this.
We'll make sure that everyone is compensated.
Why would you do something like this?
We've always given you everything you ever wanted.
I didn't spend any of it.
I brought it all back, just like Ryan said.
How long have you known about this?
I knew the truth had to come out,
but I just wanted Maude to own up herself.
You would've saved us a whole lot of trouble
-if you'd told us about this in the first place!
I felt terrible about it,
but I had to give Maude a chance.
I've known a few kids get in trouble.
It's much better to just tell the truth,
instead of waiting to get found out.
So I thought if Maude gave the money back herself,
then everyone would go a little bit easier on her.
Yeah, well... You were kinder to her than she deserves.
I'm sorry, Dad.
I'm sorry, Mum.
Don't apologise to us.
Apologise to the people who took the blame for you.
I suppose it's out of the question now?
Perhaps this isn't the best time for your family to be fostering.
They really liked you.
And they'd have loved to foster you,
but after what Maude did...
it wasn't possible.
That's OK. I understand.
You're not too disappointed?
I always knew something would go wrong.
Right, what I don't get is, why did she hide that wallet in my room?
So it would look like one of us was the thief, and it worked.
Well, I hope she goes down for a long time.
Hey, hey! Nobody is "going down".
They would if one of us had done it!
Yeah, we get arrested if we smash a window.
Be that as it may, in this case, no harm was done.
The guests have all got their money back
and they've agreed not to press charges.
My little Sherlock!
I can't believe you tracked the thief down by yourself.
I didn't. It was Ryan.
Come here, you.
Thanks for what you did. I'll never forget it.
It was nothing.
Mate, I owe you a big one, so...
If you want to take the room, then you can have it.
I'll share with Mo, until the flood damage is sorted.
Are you sure? You've been here a long time.
-You've earned that room.
But Ryan did well today.
He handled that situation with a lot of maturity.
He deserves a reward.
So...can I take the room?
That's between you and Johnny.
Look, you cleared my name, it's the least I can do.
OK, I will.
Well done, Johnny.
That's very grown-up. Brilliant.
There you go. It's all yours.
I said this was a chance to make a new start,
and what a great start you've made.
Your new life begins here.
-I'll leave you to unpack.