Drama series. Kazima and Tee must defend the Dumping Ground against burglars who break in to search for a mysterious package.
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I'm really sorry, Kazima. But they only gave us so many tickets.
-And with finances the way they are at the moment...
-It's OK, Mike.
Are you sure that you're not just saying that?
Cos we can always rethink who's going.
It's OK. 100%.
Oh, thank you, the others will be very pleased to hear that.
That's very grown-up of you, thank you.
It's Thornley Towers, mate! It's like the best adventure park ever!
-You can't count.
-What do you mean?
You're another ticket short.
It means someone else'll have to miss out.
I'm sorry, kid. But it was the fairest way to do it.
Lowest card loses.
Next time, Toni. I promise, yeah?
That's Mischief sorted, gone to the dog sitter's.
Little traitor couldn't wait to get in there.
Cheer up, Toni. It'll probably rain anyway.
We've never been to a place like that.
Never. And she's going to be all on her own without me.
Kazima's going to take care of you. OK?
You're going to have a fantastic time at the holiday club.
I promise you.
-'You are caller number 314
'in the One Direction golden ticket draw.
'Please hold until we connect you.'
Move it, Floss. Move it!
DOLL PLAYS BACK RECORDING: 'Move it, Floss. Move it!'
'Move it, Floss. Move it!
'Move it, Floss, move it.'
'..Caller number 314 in the One Direction...'
Go away, Tee.
Here. Have my ticket.
You're the best, the best ever! Now I can be with Billie!
It's not Thornley Towers, but it should be good fun, eh?
It's a mime. I hate mimes.
Two more for the holiday club.
I'll pick you up at five on the dot, OK? Enjoy!
How long have we been here?
Feels like a year. Might be wrong though.
Could be two.
Ditch the package and hide.
CHATTER FROM POLICE RADIO
Do you think he's real or all part of the fun?
-What are you doing?
-I'm going home.
Well, you can't do that, cos Mike said we had to be here at five.
And I'll be back by then. Not any time before.
It'll get better. They've got dodgeball later.
And I'm dodging it.
If you change your mind, I might be in the bath,
-so I'll leave the key under the flowerpot.
-Why would I change my mind?
It's brilliant here.
Sweet, sweet peace and quiet.
Maz! Coast is clear.
Although, I think we might have a little bit of a problem.
That mime was so scary.
Oh, and Johnny rang. I had to lie.
As long as we're back by five, everything's cool.
Are there any of those left?
You ate them all?
Not all of them.
Not yet, anyway.
-Ha ha! Loser!
-I let you win.
-Oh, sure you did.
-Anyway, enough sport for today.
-I don't know, but we're not answering it.
Course not - we're not meant to be here.
See? They've gone.
Yeah, you're right. I mean, if we weren't here,
-we wouldn't be able to answer it anyway, would we?
-Yeah. I think.
-What was that?
-Someone's breaking in!
If nobody answered, then maybe Blondie's not here.
We saw her come in, dummy.
You'd better be right about this.
We're not leaving till we grab her.
Aww! They've got a dog, Maz. I hate dogs.
Shh! No names, all right?
-Oh, you're not serious!
Well, that fixes that way out.
So she's definitely inside.
Turn that off! We need to surprise her.
Check everywhere downstairs.
Soon as we find her, she can tell us where her mate took her bag.
(They're talking about you! Kaz what have you got in your bag?)
-(Great, so this is all your fault.)
(Look, forget that, where's your mobile?)
(It's in the living room.)
(Oh, that's great Tee(!)
(The twins borrowed it, to play games on the minibus.)
(Oh, that's great, Kaz(!)
(Look, in the office, there's a phone.)
(Stay here and I'll call the police. OK?)
Oh, that's flipping great.
DOLL: 'Oh, that's flipping great. Oh, that's flipping great.
DOLL: 'Oh, that's flipping great.'
-I said to stay put.
-DOLL: 'I said to stay put.
DOLL: 'I said stay put. I said stay put.'
You hear that?
Where is she, then?
DOLL: 'Where is she, then? Where is she, then?'
-DOLL: 'Shut up! Shut up!'
DOLL: 'Shut up!'
And let's make absolutely sure she isn't going anywhere.
DOLL: 'And let's make absolutely sure she isn't going anywhere.'
He removed it. He took it off.
We're trapped. What on earth was in that bag, Kaz?
Let's try the windows.
Oh, I hate security.
(Why did you have to come home?)
(Why couldn't you have just stayed at the day centre)
(and none of this would be happening.)
(If you hadn't noticed, you left the daycare centre as well.)
(OK, so we speak to them. Just tell them they've got the wrong person.)
(Tee, they broke in - they're not nice people.)
(Talking won't do a thing.)
-Kaz, we can't get out.
Your phone, you said it was in the living room.
-She's not here. >
-Go in the living room. >
What are you doing?
Your bag, your problem.
Whatever, but we need to hide.
Where's the key?
I've got it.
DOOR HANDLE RATTLES
It's locked, idiot.
Might be locked from the inside.
So check if the key is in the lock. If it is, she's definitely in there.
-Open your bag.
-There's nothing in it.
Open it, Kaz!
What is that? And why is it in your rucksack?
Hey, Blondie! We know you're in the house.
All we want is your friend. The one who took our package.
Tee, I've never seen this before, I promise.
There must be thousands there.
This isn't good. There's no way they're leaving without this.
-Right, so we give it back to them.
-Are you crazy?
-It is theirs.
-Yeah, course it is(!)
People hide their money in other people's bags all the time.
It's obviously stolen, stupid.
Don't call me stupid. This is all your fault.
And I'm dealing with it.
-You call hiding up here dealing with it?
-I'll think of something.
Well, I've already thought of something.
I'm going to give it back and pretend like none of this ever happened.
You think it'll end there?
I was hiding in a house once, back home, these men broke in.
I don't know who they were but there was nothing my dad,
my brother could say to make them go away.
There's no bargaining with them, Tee.
Put it down. We're looking for a person, not a photo.
This is Blondie.
Give me that.
OK, if we can't do that...
..we'll climb onto the roof. There's a drainpipe we can shimmy down.
If you're right, they'll tear this place apart
looking for their money, including the attic, eventually.
-I said no.
-But I think we can reach it.
No, OK? No! I'm not going out there.
-Kaz, this could be our only chance.
-You go, then.
Not without you? C'mon, I know we can do this. Move.
Let go, let go.
I don't like heights.
-Why do you think I didn't want to go on the trip.
They go on these rides that are miles high. Miles!
So why did we run up here?
Look, you can escape. They don't even know I'm here.
I'd probably slip, anyway.
What exactly are we doing now?
Don't you see what these kids are?
This isn't a family home.
They're in care.
So, this stuff of hers, it probably means everything to her.
We'll be all right.
Yeah, I thought that once before. When I was a lot younger.
There's no such thing as safe.
What do you mean?
I was only asking.
We've got to stay up for here for hours
until Mike and the others get back.
I used to hide a lot.
Johnny and I both did. My mum had this boyfriend. Keith.
I used to curl up into a little ball somewhere,
hoping he wouldn't find me.
He had the worst temper ever.
You didn't even know you'd done wrong.
One time I was in the house, alone,
and I could hear him pulling up outside.
I don't know how old I was, but I knew if he found me,
he'd go absolutely mental.
Tee, you don't have to tell me this.
I never play hide and seek.
And I know I'm old now, but when I was young, I never did ever.
It's not the hiding part, it's...getting found.
And that they're coming for you and there's nothing you can do.
What are they doing?
MUSIC PLAYS ON STEREO
We know who you are now!
Do you hear that?
Don't panic - don't say a word.
They're trying to find out where you are.
Pictures of mummy!
They're going through my things!
Wait, don't say a word, don't do anything.
Aww, it got ripped up!
I hope you've got a good memory.
Tee, it's a lie, she's just trying to get you to react, to come out.
This is what my mum's boyfriend did.
He went through my room and touched everything.
She's just playing with you.
And what happens when they stop playing, Kaz?
What are you doing?
We need a distraction. Open that window.
I thought you were afraid of heights.
That's why you're opening the window. Here.
Put it out.
KNOCKING AT DOOR
Why are we doing this?
To distract them while we get out of this attic.
You know how we can get out?
There's only one way to do that. And that's with a plan.
We need to show them that you mean business.
That you're not some wimpy pushover.
-Well, what about you?
-I'm not here, remember?
Well, you sort of are.
But they don't know that. Which is our trump card.
Great(!) I think.
We soften them up, we divide and conquer.
Who's out there, Maz?
-They were kidding, were they?
-Tee, I'm so sorry.
This isn't on.
No, no, it's not.
But you know what they've done? They've made me very angry.
They're not getting their money, and they're not getting away.
You see, they think they've trapped us in here with them.
But they're wrong. They're trapped in here with us, Kaz.
If they wanted easy targets, they've come to the wrong house.
-I told you there was a dog!
Ever tried walking on marbles? It's surprisingly difficult.
-That really hurt, Maz.
-It was meant to.
-You'll have to do better than that.
Now they know you mean business. Time for phase two.
-And conquer. Exactly!
Can't we just go home, Maz?
That's ten grand! We're not leaving without it.
Hey, are you there? That got your attention?
Only I've been thinking and...
I'm not giving you the bag back.
Well, you will - eventually.
Well, you'll never find it. You may as well leave now.
Good idea. We're going now. Bye.
There'll be people coming back soon, loads of people.
Like I believe that.
I'll keep her talking, you go find where she's hiding.
Follow her voice and then grab her.
You sure there's not a dog up there?
What you did to my photos was a big mistake.
They meant the world to me.
But of course, people like you wouldn't understand that.
Cos you don't respect what other people have.
You just want to steal it.
You're just a thief.
Someone who doesn't value anything.
Am I right?
TEE'S VOICE: 'I bet I am. I bet no-one even likes you.'
Let's get the other one.
-Are you sure you're up for this?
OK. She's smart, which means she's dangerous.
Yeah, but she tore up my photos.
I can't see her.
Or hear her. Where is she?
Do you think we scared her off?
Follow the plan and we'll be OK.
My phone's in the living room.
Take care, Tee.
-OK, stay hidden, cos if she's here, we're going to need to get her.
Look, if you're out there, you might as well give up.
I've hidden your money.
PHONE LINE DEAD
-I, erm...thought you'd run off.
-Where's my money?
Look, please don't hurt me. I promise I'll show you where it is.
Oh, I know you will.
-The bag's in there.
-How did it get in there?
It's been in there the whole time.
-So how did you get the bag?
-What do you mean?
Your friend had it.
I just needed you to tell me where she was.
-Oh, erm... Well...
-She's here, isn't she?
-Behind that door, maybe?
Tell you what. YOU can open that door.
-You got Max, and now you think you can get me?
It's not a trap.
So where's my money?
This is a trap!
Spin it, Kaz!
Let me go!
CHATTER FROM POLICE RADIO
Whoa, whoa, whoa! What's going on? What's this?
Why are you back so early?
We had a call from the day centre - you disappeared.
Yeah, cheers for that - closest we got to going on any rides
was standing in a long queue.
Which of you numbskulls would care to explain this? Hmm?
Any idea what could've happened to both of you?
Look, if somebody like that breaks into a house, you....
You don't confront them.
You let them take whatever it is that they want,
and as soon as they've left, you call the police.
-DOLL: 'Because, strangely...'
-..catching criminals is their job!
DOLL: 'Catching criminals is their job!
DOLL: 'Catching criminals is their job!'
DOLL'S VOICE WARPS AND STOPS
Well, it's certainly not yours.
And now, because of you two plonkers,
all the others have lost out.