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Now You See Me

Drama series. Tee finds herself lured into the world of street art by a homeless artist. She sees he is in trouble, but will she break the law to help him?


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All right, Mike. Well, can you just be careful with it, yeah?

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-Ow!

-Careful, Mike! Look where you're going!

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I am looking at where I'm going.

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-Look, I'm looking at my feet.

-Seriously, watch.

-You can't drop it!

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-Be slow. Slowly, slowly.

-Last corner...that's it.

-Right.

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What is that?!

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That is Tee's artwork and my ticket to a fancy night out.

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We're going to the opening night!

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Oof!

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-Art?

-Yeah.

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Is that a joke?

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Whatever it is, it is most definitely not art,

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-in my opinion.

-Excuse me?

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Er, sorry, Picasso. What do you mean that's not art?

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-Art - real art - is about something.

-Boring.

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No, this is boring, safe. Real artists take risks, stand out.

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Other people, they just follow the crowd.

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Er, I don't follow the crowd!

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Really? Whose idea was it to enter the competition?

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Ah, no, no, no. That's not the point! Tee wanted to.

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Tell her, tell her, Tee.

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An artist's work will be empty, if the artist is empty,

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if they have nothing to say.

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I can't enter it. It's rubbish.

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I'm going to have to start again.

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Don't listen to her, right? I'm telling you, this is brilliant.

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Look, I have a friend, an artist.

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If you saw his work you'd see what I mean about this.

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-What friend?

-Er, Tee?

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Remember the relaxing day I've got planned for us?

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More nails? Sounds important.

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-No, actually, it's...

-Jody!

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-No!

-Give it back!

-No.

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It's mine!

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-It's spray tans and facials, actually.

-Ah.

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Tell her we're not going.

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Yes, I can make up my own mind.

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Fine, take me to this artist. It can't do any harm.

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-Jody!

-I think it is...

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-Jody!

-..mine now!

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Give it back!

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Err...no chance!

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I need it! It's the most important day of my life!

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No! You played it all day yesterday.

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You drove everyone nuts.

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Did it drive you two nuts?

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Fine.

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I give up.

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Really?

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Oh, yes! A day of silence!

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No...you didn't.

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Oh, I did.

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I was on the last chapter!

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Shame.

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Now you'll never know what happens,

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unless you give me my CD back.

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No chance. I'm not giving in to your blackmail.

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Suit yourself.

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-I'm going to get you, Floss!

-Jody!

-I'm going to get her!

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That's the first time I've ever seen her finish a book!

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I don't think it's a happy ending!

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-Give us it back!

-I'm going to get you, Floss!

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I knew this was a waste of time.

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-Roscoe!

-Kazima!

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I'm Carmen Howle. Pleased to meet you.

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Yeah, nice one.

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And, you are?

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Amazing.

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She ate my book, May Li, the last page!

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-Let go of it!

-Hey, hey!

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Less rudeness please, huh?

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You'll never guess what I just heard in the garden!

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Guess! Guess!

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Oh, come on, you'll never guess. Do you give up?

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-Yeah, sure, we give up.

-The needletail bird!

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The white-throated needletail?

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Mo, are you sure?

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Yes, I heard it at the bottom of the garden.

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It hasn't been seen in England for nearly 20 years!

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You know what? If Mo is right, this could be an important discovery.

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A rarely spotted bird in our garden...

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-Hello!

-What?

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Some of us have to rehearse.

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Floss, I know your audition's on a really big stage,

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but, you know, there's always the front garden.

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Yeah, let's give the people of the street a free show -

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I don't think so!

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(I'll be as quiet as a mouse.)

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Look, no, you can't make any noise.

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Birds have bionic ears.

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I mean, they can hear a worm move, can't they, Mike?

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Mo's right. Look, I'm sorry.

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It probably won't be there for long, maybe a few hours.

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But I've only got...

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Four hours until your audition.

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-Thanks.

-Floss, I know your dance is important

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but a needletail - it's a bird spotter's dream.

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And?

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Where would we be without birds?!

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Sorry, Floss, but I'm with Mo and Mike on this one.

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Save the needletail!

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That settles it.

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Right, no-one goes outside until we know what's out there.

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Floss, you can practise inside for a while, hey?

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-Of course.

-Mo, I'll go and get the binoculars.

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This is going to be great!

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This is going to be great.

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-So, what's your art about?

-KAZIMA LAUGHS

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Back off, Kazima. I'm here, aren't I?

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Erm, I don't really have a message yet.

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That's why I came -

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to find out what I want my art to say.

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Yeah, but graffiti's not really art, is it?

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Well, this is street art. Graffiti's just letters and shapes.

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Street art makes a statement to the world.

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It's still painting on a wall.

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Pity. I was going to invite you

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to see the best "painting on a wall" I've ever done, but

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if you're not into it then...

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Huh! Just ignore her.

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We'd love to come, wouldn't we, Kaz?

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What's wrong?

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It's been slashed - painted over.

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It's a sign of total disrespect.

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You don't do that to a brother.

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What does "brother" suggest we do now then?

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Cos this "sister" is ready to go home.

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You can paint again, can't you?

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No. It was one of a kind.

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Well, I'll help.

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Just teach me what you said about fades and sharps and...

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Doo-das.

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What did it sound like?

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Prr, prr, prr.

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OK.

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You're in charge of taking clear photos.

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The bird society needs that

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to be able to make this an official sighting,

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so you've got to be ready at all times.

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The book says that we have to be very still and very quiet.

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And very patient.

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(Shh. I said quiet.)

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Right.

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Let's go over the plan.

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We do whatever it takes to get Jody and Mo out of the garden.

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And?

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We make Jody wish that she'd never been born.

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This could get messy.

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You've got three hours to get me that garden and make Jody pay.

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Don't let me down, girls.

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Go!

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He's stealing, I know he is!

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Er, jumping to conclusions much?

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You wouldn't like it if people judged you by your appearance.

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What? Let's go.

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-Where's your receipt?

-Carmen!

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She's right, I haven't got one.

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It's a waste of paper and trees.

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I buy paint with donations I get for my art.

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Hmm!

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Carmen, your shoes,

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are they any good for running in?

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Er, no! We're not going anywhere!

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This is illegal! We're not going!

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It's a council scheme - it's totally legal.

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I'm sorry, but your face!

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Where's the bird seed?

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Bird seed?

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Oh, there we are.

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Why are they in there?

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There's only two.

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Never mind.

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-Oh!

-Hi, Mike.

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Hello. Everything OK?

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We just feel a bit left out sometimes.

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Oh, really?

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We have no-one to play with.

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No?

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OK, well, erm...

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Why don't you give these to Jody and Mo?

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Help tempt the needletail out of the tree, yeah?

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Thank you.

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You're welcome.

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-Is that a nest? Quick, get a picture!

-Where?

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There!

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There could be eggs!

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We could be a breeding ground for a rare bird!

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Blurred, all of them!

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Mike sent these.

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Brilliant. I'm starving.

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Urgh!

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For the needletail.

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I mean, we can scatter them all.

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We think there might be eggs.

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Must be thirsty work, building a nest.

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Ready.

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Argh! What are you doing?

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No stop!

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Switch it off! Switch it off!

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Switch it off! Argh!

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It didn't get the needletail, so that's OK.

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No, Mo, this is not OK!

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Me and you are getting changed. You two, keep watch.

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Quick, Mo!

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You're carrying on?

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Yeah. Can't miss the first sighting of the needletail!

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TEXT MESSAGE CHIME

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It's from Floss.

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It didn't work.

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We've got to make them think the bird's gone.

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They think there are eggs, right?

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Can we do our tags now?

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No. You see these drips?

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It's amateur.

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I can't put my tag on that.

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Can't you fix it?

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Some days it just doesn't flow.

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-Let's just call it a day, yeah?

-No. Wait.

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Look, you can't quit.

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Unless you want Lady Jay to think she's won?

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And you promised you'd help me.

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You sure you want to be more risky?

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Yeah.

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-There's a wall that's never been done before.

-Brilliant. I'm in.

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It's not exactly...legal.

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-I'm going with Roscoe.

-No, you're not.

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-Carmen, it's my decision.

-Not when you're being stupid!

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Not when it's illegal.

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MUSIC: Human The Killers

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You ready?

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What for?

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Our tags.

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Sorry, Mo.

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Oh, no! The needletail eggs!

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Look, Jody.

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It says in your book that birds

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sometimes push their eggs out of the nest.

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And then the bird may leave.

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No.

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The eggs are proof the needletail's here!

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No self-respecting ornithologist would give up now.

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We'll wait and see.

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I felt like I could do anything. Does that sound weird?

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No.

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When I paint, it's like all the bad stuff in life just fades away.

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What happened?

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You know, how did you end up on the streets?

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I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said anything.

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No, you should.

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It's not easy though.

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Yeah, I know.

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This must be why I paint. I'm not very good at "talking."

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Change of subject?

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Donations, will we get them?

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Donations?

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Yeah, to pay for the paint.

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Yeah, that wasn't exactly true.

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Wait, you stole the paint?

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The guy on the till's a mate - he turns a blind eye.

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-It's nothing.

-It's not nothing, Roscoe. Stealing's wrong.

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-Forget about it, yeah?

-No!

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You have a go at people for not seeing you on the streets,

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but you don't want them to see you stealing - is that it?!

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So, stealing's wrong but painting on an illegal wall isn't, is that it?

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No.

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No, it's not.

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-Where are you going?

-Why on earth would I want to stay here?

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Because...

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There's a reason I am how I am.

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Is this your dad?

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He left for a whole new family we didn't even know about...

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and my mum couldn't cope.

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Why didn't you go into care?

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It didn't really happen like that.

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I met a few street artists, started staying out nights.

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My mum was so gone, I don't think she noticed...

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..and then one day I just didn't go home.

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So what about your dad?

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He wanted to see me at first, but after what he did to Mum...

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I couldn't do that to her.

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I don't know anything about my dad, not really.

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I know everything about mine. I tracked him down.

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I've seen where he works, his new wife, his new kid -

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it's all picture perfect.

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Why haven't you spoken to him?

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-He wouldn't want to know me now. Look at me.

-You don't know that.

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You should speak to him.

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I told you, I'm not very good at talking.

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Forget about it, yeah?

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Well, you coming?

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I'm sure we're going to get a sighting.

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It has to come out sometime.

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The book says it can go to feed any time of day,

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so it pays to be patient.

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ALL: No!

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-The needletail!

-There, it's getting away.

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-Where?!

-There!

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Bailey!

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He's an idiot! Bailey!

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Come on, Mischief. Move it.

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Sorry, Mo. I'll help you pack up.

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No, look, it could come back. We'll wait.

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I'm a pretty good waiter.

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I'm known for it really.

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SHE SIGHS

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That's where my dad works.

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Nice.

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We'll leave him a message, your way.

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What's it going to be?

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Oi! You!

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I don't see a way out, do you?

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You're just a kid.

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I've got a daughter your age.

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You know, I sometimes get cramp...

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..and then I can't run.

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You must have known he's spineless!

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'You know what? I WOULD rather follow the crowd.

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'At least I'm a part of a one!'

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Anything could have happened!

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'I could have been arrested.'

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Trust me, I'll put this right.

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Oi! Hey, don't call me a liar!

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I didn't even let Mischief out.

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-Well, get out of here cos you're going to scare off the bird.

-Oi!

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No-one calls me a liar.

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-Now say sorry.

-Bailey, move!

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Toni, help!

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I can't bare to look!

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THE FRISBEE HITS SOMETHING

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That's not a needletail.

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That's a glider.

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Wait. We've been out here all day for a glider?

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Where's the rare bird?

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Floss! Hurry up. Traffic's bad.

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You don't want to be late.

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Floss! Floss!

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We did it!

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It's too late.

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But no matter,

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for I shall dance until the death.

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Come on!

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OK, yeah, let's...do that.

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THE KIDS ARGUE

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Tell me what's going on.

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Floss and I were flying planes yesterday,

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-and she threw one...

-Oi, oi, oi!

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Are you telling me that the bird that stopped

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Floss getting into the garden all day is the glider?

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-And she was the one that left it there?

-Yeah.

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This is brilliant. I can't wait to tell her this.

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Nice one, Mo...

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Mo...

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I knew you'd be OK - you're a first timer.

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It's different for me. I had to get out of there.

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You talk like you want to save the world,

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but when things get difficult you're just out to save yourself.

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It's just the way it works. I'm used to looking out for me, OK?

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Like when you walked out on your mum?

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Just like your dad did!

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Maybe he doesn't bother with you cos you're not worth bothering about.

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-Maybe you're the reason he left!

-Hey!

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Hello.

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-Who are you?

-He's no-one...

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and he's leaving.

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Yeah, that's me, no-one.

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Right, somebody fill me in here.

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Who was that guy?

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Look it's fine, OK? It's done. It's handled.

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Why did I say that? That was such horrible thing to say.

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Er, Tee, he deserved it after what he put you through!

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Oh, shall we go and get those spray tans?

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You look pretty pale.

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Yes, I'd like that.

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Where you going?

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It's not right. Roscoe's got a Dad, and after what I said,

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he's never going to try and talk to him again.

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That's hardly your fault.

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-No, I need to speak to him.

-Roscoe?

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-No. His dad.

-You don't know the first thing about him.

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-What if he doesn't want to talk?

-Well, he'll have to.

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Or...

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Oh, no, not without us...

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..sister.

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Keep your eye out for security, yeah?

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What you going to do?

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SPRAY CAN RATTLES

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Oh.

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Well, if you want to do it, just do it. Go on.

0:22:350:22:38

-Floss!

-Shut up.

-But I need to tell you something.

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Just shut up!

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Because you wouldn't let me practice,

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on this most important day of my life,

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I've been cast as an...

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as an...

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Egg!

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You're not yolking, are you?

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You don't even care about me. You don't care about that little bird!

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Don't be stupid, Floss.

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She's right. You didn't care about the needletail,

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not like I did.

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You didn't care about me or Floss either.

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You just wanted to get your own way.

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-That's not true.

-Yeah, it is.

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-You weren't bothered that we didn't see the needletail.

-Exactly.

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You're no better than she is.

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I've been making notes all day about things like...eggs.

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And if there's no needletail, there's no needletail eggs!

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Wasn't all us.

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Look, Floss, you'll be a great egg.

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You'll be, you'll be the best egg ever

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and we'll all come and watch you.

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I won't be the best egg ever

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because Floss Guppy is not playing an egg!

0:23:490:23:53

-Well done, Jody.

-Yeah, well done.

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Have you been giving out our phone number?

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Because you can't do that!

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That lad who was here,

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is he Roscoe Hayden?

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Is he?

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I have a duty of care to everybody in this house,

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to keep them safe.

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And did you really spray paint a car park wall?

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I'm sorry.

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I got caught up in it. I just... I wanted to help him.

0:24:550:24:58

Help? Is that what you're calling this?

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I'm really sorry.

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Ground me for months,

0:25:020:25:03

give me community service, I'll do it all, I swear.

0:25:030:25:05

Yes, you will, and more!

0:25:050:25:07

I'll do whatever you want.

0:25:070:25:09

But please put Roscoe in touch with his dad?

0:25:090:25:12

Arrange a safe meeting, a supervised visit or something?

0:25:120:25:15

I can do that, Tee.

0:25:150:25:16

But, Tee, even if you're doing this to help someone,

0:25:160:25:21

it is never OK to break the law.

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There's always a better way.

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-No more painting, I promise.

-Huh! Oh, no.

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Cos you're going back there tomorrow

0:25:300:25:32

and you're going to put that car park right,

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and I don't care how long it takes you.

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Go.

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Floss, I'm sorry. I got carried away...

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but you did eat the last page of my book.

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Go away! You're mean.

0:25:560:25:59

You're right,

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I am mean...sometimes,

0:26:000:26:03

so I know that it would be really mean to deny the world

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the greatest egg dancer it'll ever see.

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And there couldn't be a more important role.

0:26:090:26:12

Er...eggs, they represent the beginning of new life and...

0:26:120:26:16

And?

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I like eggs. You know scrambled eggs, poached eggs...

0:26:180:26:22

And?

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Chocolate Easter eggs?

0:26:250:26:26

I found your plane.

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Thanks.

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Where did you find it?

0:26:320:26:34

Nowhere really, just... Just in the garden.

0:26:340:26:37

I'm sure Jeff would like to see you dance the dance of an egg?

0:26:390:26:42

No, he wouldn't.

0:26:420:26:44

Sorry, Billie, I don't think Floss wants to see your costume designs.

0:26:470:26:52

Hang on.

0:26:520:26:54

Oh, bless her.

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THEY CHEER

0:27:060:27:08

Go on, Floss!

0:27:080:27:09

Well, it looks better on Floss than it does on my wall.

0:27:090:27:12

She's cracking!

0:27:120:27:13

Whoo! Go on, Floss!

0:27:130:27:15

Come on, Floss!

0:27:150:27:17

THEY CLAP

0:27:220:27:23

Oh, she looks amazing!

0:27:250:27:27

Ah, you were born to do this, Floss, go on.

0:27:270:27:29

It's dying swan time.

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Marvellous, yeah! THEY CHEER

0:27:340:27:36

Tee finds herself lured into the world of street art by a homeless artist. Tee sees he is in trouble, but will she break the law to help him find his father?


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