Drama series. Carmen and Jody end up handcuffed together on a day when each has a different party to attend.
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All right, don't waste your money. Please, spend it wisely.
Going to get it?
I haven't got any money.
Smell that, it's curry. Are you OK?
I am going to get it for Mo.
And they say that teenagers only think about themselves.
MUSIC: Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy by Tchaikovsky
Tyler, I need to borrow some money. Harper Brice? That's weird.
I know. We have to buy the lot and take them to the reading tonight.
We can get them all signed. They'll be worth a stack.
No. He's written, like, 30 books.
Let's just get five and I'll have the rest.
-I haven't even finished looking around.
-I wanted that.
I'll buy it off you.
Erm, no, thanks.
I saw it first.
Well, then, you should have bought it first.
I'll pay you!
What part of "No" don't you understand?
No, it's not. Give it back.
-I saw it first, Carmen.
-No, you didn't.
Yes, I did. I saw it first.
I saw it and then I bought it.
You like being horrible and selfish, don't you?!
What's going on here?
BOTH SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER
OK, OK. Calm down.
Is there any way to fix this?
Because you two getting shouty affects everyone.
Well, no. Not if she keeps going on.
Go. Run for your lives.
I told Carmen that if I had something that she wanted,
I'd let her have it.
No, you wouldn't. You're way too selfish.
I'd rather be selfish than vain.
-I am not vain!
OK, listen, Jody, we can go shopping for another one.
You're not going to find another one like that.
What's so special about it?
Well, I'm sorry, then. Carmen bought the box.
It's hers. You can't get cross if she wants to keep it.
Exactly what I said.
Oi! Watch where you're going.
What did the policeman say to the noisy carrot?
I'm arresting you for disturbing the peas.
KNOCK AT DOOR
There are pieces missing.
Sorry. It's not the end of the world. You're very creative.
I am sure you can find another way to build this.
MUSIC BOX PLAYS
Maybe we should close the door?
Oh, it's so beautiful. I just want EVERYONE to hear it.
-Yes, Carmen, you've made your point.
-She said that I was vain.
She's not going to get away with that.
You're not going to stay this miserable, are you?
It's just a music box.
Just leave it, Tyler.
It's a bit better than your old one.
It looks like a proper antique.
Floss found it in a bag. It only cost £1.
The twins, our new arrivals,
the social workers want to bring them round today.
But what about their room?
So, I will, as quickly as humanly possible, empty this room of stuff
and the girls can go in the box room while they're waiting, yeah?
Do you want me to get a couple of the kids to help?
No, I'll be all right. More trouble than it's worth.
OK. Good luck.
Thanks. Where do I start?
Hello, Mo. Hello, Robot.
The head works but I can't get the body right
because there's stuff missing.
I'm going to have to dismantle it again.
Mo, shall we have a chat later? I need to, er...
I need to get this room sorted. Go on, then. Off you go.
DANCE MUSIC BLARES
-Turn it down!
-What's going on?
Not until you turn off that music box.
I thought you liked it.
Just keep clearing that room. I'll deal with this.
Jody, can you turn the music down, please?
No! Not until she stops. You're deliberately trying to wind me up.
Carmen, you need to be a bit more sensitive.
Jody, I'm sorry. I'm going to have to turn your music down.
Why are you such a cow bag?
Are you being serious, you're calling ME the cow bag?!
Yeah. Floss, not now.
Just because you didn't get everything to go your own way.
I bet you were just waiting until you saw something that I wanted.
Yes, that's right. Do you really think I'm that bored?
Floss, what are you doing?
You're under arrest, for disturbing the peas.
Yeah, OK. That's really funny. Now can you just unlock us?
Come on, hand over the key.
I can't find the key.
Well, I haven't got it.
-No more jokes.
I'm not kidding, there's a hole in my pocket.
You've lost the key?
This is really bad timing.
You're telling me.
No. I need to go to the toilet.
May-Li, we need wire cutters.
Even if I find some, it's not something I'm going to rush.
You guys know what you've got to do.
BOTH: You have got to be joking me.
JODY: Are your eyes closed?
-Oh, believe me, they're closed. Just get on with it.
I can't believe this is happening. No-one better be listening.
-I am hurrying!
How am I supposed to build it when half the connectors are missing?
I'll never get it to work.
You know, I didn't have to buy it for you.
I thought it might actually cheer you up.
-Well, it didn't.
-I don't know why I bothered.
-Nor do I.
I didn't ask you to. So just leave me alone.
-What was that?
-I have no idea.
-Maybe you could talk to him?
Because you're the one he just shouted at.
Leave me alone.
What's going on?
Can you leave me alone, please?
I don't want to talk and I'm not coming out.
Come on, girls.
Welcome. Here we go.
Come along, then, young ladies.
Welcome. Thank you, Sarah, thanks for bringing them over.
ARGUING IN BACKGROUND
Don't worry, girls, it's not as bad as it seems, I promise you.
-SHOUTS OVER NOISE:
-Listen up, everyone, please. Settle down.
Settle down. This is Toni and Billie.
Oh, sorry! I'm May-Li.
-And you must be...
-Funny names for girls.
Our mum thought we were going to be boys.
Well, it's really nice to meet you.
Yeah, all right, May-Li. Can we just get these off now?
Yeah, these are way too big. It's not going to be safe.
We had a problem earlier. But it's being sorted out, isn't it?
Er, not really. The woman from the yard sale phoned.
Apparently the police kit wasn't meant to be sold.
It's an heirloom. It belonged to her grandad.
So definitely no bolt cutters, even if it wasn't incredibly dangerous.
-We've just got to find the key.
-I've got a party to go to at 5:00.
My book signing's at 5:00!
Mo is going mad.
Oh, right. I've got to go.
May-Li will sort you out, OK?
If we can't find the key, you're either going to the party
or you're going to the book signing. But you'll be going together.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Mo? Mo. Mo.
-What was it that he was so angry about?
I need to get into that room at some point to sort it out,
but it's probably best not to rush him. Yep?
All right, Mo.
Why don't you come out when you're ready to talk to us, yeah?
Where is Floss? We've got to find Floss.
We haven't, we've got to find the key.
I'm going to get her. All right, we'll follow the route.
But split up. Hallway, landing, kitchen and we'll do Floss's room.
OK, come on.
-What's in it for us?
-What's in it for us?!
I've got £9.
I can't find it anywhere.
That's the office, where me and Mike usually sit.
So don't feel afraid that you can't come and speak to us.
It will be in her bedroom.
So, that's downstairs.
All right, so we'll split the cash, yeah?
Oh, no. Not in here.
Well, duh, you two!
-Do you really think the key's going to be in the plant pot?
Yeah. Ridiculous, right?
Look, the longer we keep it hidden the more desperate they get.
-Right, look everywhere.
Argh! I'm trying to look.
I bet it's in here.
Look at everything.
OK. This is just temporary, OK?
We'll have your proper room ready soon, yeah?
-Yeah, that's fine.
-OK, well, come in, then.
-Who are you?
I'm hiding because Jody and Carmen might try to kill me.
And I'm going to be here for quite a long time
-so you might have to get some of my stuff.
-But don't let anyone see you.
OK, good. You might need a map, though.
Nothing. No key.
It's not in the kitchen either.
It's proper rank down the bottom of that fridge.
What are you going to do? We can't miss this party, Carms.
Danny Finch is going to be there.
Yes, all right. Thank you.
Well, I'm not missing Harper Brice.
Rock, paper, scissors?
Rock, paper, scissors.
Yes, I won. Ready? One point.
Rock, paper, scissors.
-Yes! I won every time.
-I wasn't ready. Best of five.
Yeah, just do it. You'll win anyway.
Yeah? OK, right.
Rock, paper, scissors.
It's not fair. Best of seven.
You're coming to a party, Jody, OK?
So you'd better put a smile on that face
because there's a lot of work to do.
You've made a timetable!
It's going to take you an hour to choose your outfit?
Well, that was before I got handcuffed to you.
But I can still put it on one arm
and I've still got to choose trousers.
"A and M"? What's "A and M" stand for?
Er, never mind.
What are you doing just sat there?
Why aren't you looking for the key?
There's a box of chocolates in my room.
Add that to the rewards list.
Make sure everyone knows what they get if they find it.
Move your hands, then.
Er, I'll just go...
Yeah, no offence but I think I'll help the boys.
So are we going to give it in straightaway?
I mean, we have got the nine quid and the chocolates as well!
There's still a few hours yet.
But you hid the key, Johnny. So it's up to you.
I'm going to get my metal detector.
You've tried that one on twice already!
Not with these jeans.
The key! You found it!
-I don't want to be in the middle of this.
We should drop it in the house. Let someone else find it.
I suppose it would be a bit suspicious if I suddenly
handed it over. Good thinking, whichever one you are.
Would you like to stroke Jeff?
OK, that's enough.
So what does "A and M" stand for, then?
Apples and Marmite? Acne mix?
Armpits and marmalade?
Just shut up.
I can't believe anyone would have such a sad music collection.
50 Greatest Love Songs.
All Night Love Songs.
Love Songs To Make You Bring Up Your Breakfast.
Yes, well, we can't all be thrash metal fans, OK?
Some of us actually have souls.
Melted brains more like.
Just shut up. It's finishing touches and then it's time to go.
-'I am worthy of love...'
What are you doing? Turn that off.
'..I am special. I am strong.'
Do you seriously listen to that stuff?
So what does "A and M" stand for, then?
It stands for affirmations and meditations, if you must know.
It's about seeing the good in things.
Not that you'd ever understand.
"Picking out clothes is so boring."
"Why would anyone want to put stuff on their nails?"
"Oh, how long's this going to take? I'm so bored!"
I don't sound like that.
Look, I am sorry about your book signing.
And the stupid music box that I "stole" from you.
But why can't you just cheer up?
This matters to me
and if you tried joining in you might actually enjoy it.
But you're such a bad loser that you won't even try.
I'm not such a bad loser.
Jody, when was the last time someone wanted to play a game with you?
They're too scared that you're going to
chuck it across the room if you don't win.
Fine. You want me to join in, I'll join in.
Finishing touches, right?
I'll brush my hair, maybe then we can just go.
Well, actually. It's not hair combing.
Ah, beauty treatments.
That's NOT finishing touches!
Is that you whining again?
-What on earth are you doing?
-Looking for the key.
Erm, Kaz, can you take that bin lid off for me, please?
Toni, put it in the bowl, in there.
Excuse me. Mind out of the way. Thank you.
Is this face pack thing supposed to be itching?
Can you go five minutes without complaining about something?
My dad never kept anything neat. He had so much stuff.
He's going to have to watch it now because Mum's ill.
ROBOT: How can I help you?
She's having an operation. I know it's because she's so old.
But I just got a bit scared.
How can I help you?
Tell me she's going to be OK.
Today will be a good day.
My mum had one of those.
It's really itching now!
What have you done?
How can someone be allergic to a face mask?
It's not my fault.
I'm not going to a party with you looking like that.
This is not about you.
-What happened to your face?
-Talk to her.
You should put some lotion on that.
-Which one is it?
-How am I supposed to know?
Ew! Fish supper.
We need gloves.
Mo? Mo. I've got some lunch for you.
We don't even know which bag it is.
Come here, kid!
Is Talkabot OK?
You do realise that
if you hadn't gone so crazy over me buying that music box,
Floss probably wouldn't have done this
to try and shut you up?
Us. You were there too, Carmen.
Whatever. But why would you want a jewellery box?
You don't even wear jewellery.
Well, I wasn't going to put jewellery in it, numbskull!
Well, then, why would you want to buy it?
What was so important about this particular music box
that you had to flip out even more than you usually do?
-Because if you can't even say...
had one like that.
My mum had a music box just like that. The same tune.
She used to play it for me when I couldn't sleep.
Are you happy now?
-Do you have any cardboard?
My mum always said it was hard to get me out of a grump
when I was in one.
When what, Mo?
Especially when, you know, when I was worried about something.
Worried about what?
-Your mum is having surgery.
It says it's crucial surgery.
That means it's really important.
No, it's cruciate surgery.
It's her knee.
She's having her knee done.
What are you like?
I just thought... Cos she's so old.
You're really sure it's nothing bad?
Come on, let's go and make a phone call.
Before Mike and I need a doctor.
-Ew, you smell!
You've still got the key!
Listen, we're going to have a shower
and then hand the thing over.
I'm going to end up sleeping here.
Swamp climbers! What's going on?
Carmen said we could go to the book signing.
And I can wear this so it doesn't look like I've got sunburn.
Awesome! Paint me!
OK, go over there.
-You should have it.
Have it. If you'd have told me...
I couldn't. I felt stupid.
It's OK to miss your mum. I still miss mine.
-All the time. Even after everything.
It's like your mind plays tricks on you
and you just forget about all the bad stuff.
You only remember the good stuff.
And that's what makes it so hard, cos you just think,
"Why couldn't you have been like this all the time?"
"Why couldn't you have just been..."
-A proper mum?
Nagging at you all the time to do your homework,
telling you stories about when they were young...
Telling you how great you are, all the time.
Yeah. "You're special, you can do anything," blah, blah, blah.
Like the woman on your CD.
Who else is going to say it?
I'm sorry for being such a cow bag.
It's all right. I've seen you worse.
Anyway, do you know who's really to blame for all this?
Were you looking for this? We found it in the living room.
The key? This must be it.
-Thank you, erm...Toni, isn't it?
Wasn't there a reward?
Oh, er, yeah.
Erm. Tee, you are still coming, aren't you?
Yeah, there ought to be someone that helps Tyler break up the fights.
Fights? Me and Carmen?
Yeah, as if.
-We'll meet you down there.
Look, we wouldn't want to spoil the mood, would we?
Yeah, we can find this later.
Yeah, we'll sort that out later, OK?
Should we tell Floss she's safe?
-Who wants tea and cake?
-Can you just sit still?
-Will you stop fiddling with your hair?!
-Why do you care?
-Cos you're pulling my arm.
"You're pulling my arm!" THIS would be pulling your arm.
This is pulling your arm and that's what you are doing!
Hello? Toni! Billie! Anyone?
Drama series. Through a floss-based misadventure, Carmen and Jody end up handcuffed together on a day when each has a different party to attend.