Drama series. New boy Sammy starts to get on people's nerves, and Tyler steps in to defend him. Grateful Sammy is determined to impress his new friend.
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Want to play?
And Sammy ready for today's game. Just completed his warm up.
And it's a lovely morning and the game has started.
-Was that you banging about in the bathroom earlier?
No, mate, thank you.
In midfield, Sammy gives a lovely pass. Receives a lovely pass.
-You're messing. My sister's moving in today.
Sammy. Sammy's in the box now. You want to play football?
Why do you think I'd want to play football?
Sammy...he's in the box.
KNOCK ON DOOR
All right, all right, all right.
Sammy's trying to get everyone up to play football.
Did he wake you up?
Yep. Still, I've got to finish this T-shirt.
-It looks really good.
-Ought to be.
I've spent long enough on it. Just got to let the last bit dry there.
The coast is clear. Come on.
Sammy dribbles past defenders. What's he going to do?
And he shoots. Oh! It's in! What a goal! He's scored the winner! Yeah!
He's OK. I mean, he was fine when he first came,
but he's just a bit much.
He doesn't get when enough's enough.
I think the word you're looking for is enthusiastic.
Used teabags - economy drive?
I didn't put them there. They're not mine.
-If he'd just stop talking.
-Let me guess. Sammy.
-He's all right.
-I just wish he had an off switch. He doesn't mean any harm.
These are the only things that are going to get rid of the bags
under our eyes
because Sammy is prematurely ageing me.
-Yeah. He is really sweet and everything...
-We get the picture.
Anyway, where is he?
-I'm glad he's here. I really am.
Do you really want to get up every morning and play football
with him at the crack of dawn?
I like him but not that much.
Well, we've got quite a few characters in this house.
You've each got your quirks and your own little ways.
OK, well, it looks worse than it actually is.
Oh, it does, does it?
-I just thought it looked exactly as bad as it is.
I'll buy you a new T-shirt.
It's not about the T-shirt, Sammy. It took me hours.
I'm sorry. I can fix the room. Just watch.
Hey, you have to let him try.
Now, THAT is fabulous.
Oh, no, don't worry about it, Ryan. It's fine(!)
What are you doing?
Just making sure Chloe's wheelchair fits through all the gaps.
Wow! That's, like, thinking about someone else, Ryan.
-Are you all right?
I just want to make sure everything's ready.
I think it's fine.
Just the shared areas need a bit of work.
Ryan, there's going to have to be a period of adjustment,
but I'll tell you what.
It's marvellous to see you caring so much.
We were just saying, maybe we should throw a pamper party for Chloe.
Thanks, but I think she and I should do something together today.
I'll give Chloe's room a quick final check, shall I?
Yeah, she'll be here in ten minutes.
Do you normally throw pamper parties?
She's not a special case.
You tell them lot if anyone makes Chloe feel awkward
or treats her any different, they'll have me to deal with, got it?
MUSIC: I Will Never Let You Down by Rita Ora
Let me get those for you.
-There you go.
Come on, you.
-This is it. Your new home.
Guys! Chloe's here.
-Well, they're normally in there.
-Oh, there they are.
Oh, girls, Chloe's here.
There you go.
This looks really cool. I didn't know you were into practical jokes.
Well, I totally love them.
My older brother Stevie had a set like this.
Wait, no, it was Mikey's first.
-I bet you're really good at them.
Don't be modest, Tyler.
-He's a master at practical jokes.
-Yeah, looks like you two have something to talk about.
No! Haven't got time. But feel free.
-The more you practise, the better you'll get.
I am going to practise all the time, and I can show you what I can do.
Tyler, he's just trying to make friends, yeah?
I defended him this morning, and look what I get for it.
All right, so a second chance.
You know, they say the people that annoy us the most
remind us most of ourselves.
I was never that annoying.
Finn, would you like some chewing gum?
No, thank you, Sammy.
That better not be something in my drink.
-Hi, I'm Sammy. I'm new, too. Well, kind of.
I just wanted to say hello
and ask if I could take your picture...as a welcome.
-Can I take your photo?
Never mind him. Right...
After we've finished unpacking, I've got a movie marathon for you.
KNOCK ON DOOR
You've got to help me get better at this.
I don't do silly jokes.
-I could do your chores for you.
-Sammy, don't you listen?
-I just don't do practical jokes any more.
-It's OK. I understand.
I just thought it would be cool to do it before my aunt comes.
It's mine from when I was at home.
I want you to have it, to make up for the other one.
You keep it.
..you doing my chores might get you some joke training.
Got any cheese and bean crisps?
No. I can get some.
No, you won't. You're not my servant.
Cue up the next movie.
I think I've left it in my room. I'll see you back here?
Are you OK? Do you need some help?
Sorry, we're not supposed to ask questions.
It's normal to ask questions when you first meet someone.
You'd better follow me.
Have you got really strong arms?
How fast can you go in your wheelchair?
Is it weird looking up at people all the time?
Are people horrible to you?
My arms are pretty strong for my size. I can whizz when I have to.
You just get used to everyone else being a bit higher up than you.
People are usually pretty nice.
-Would you like your fingernails painted?
-Go on, then.
Hey, you can ask Chloe anything.
-Billie's going to paint her nails.
You would have loved the pamper party.
-Yeah, it's a silly idea, really.
Ryan's got loads of stuff planned for you. Isn't that right, Billie?
Come on. Let's go.
Er, what's he up to now?
Oh, er, nothing.
Don't worry about it. I'll keep an eye on him.
-That was such a cool move.
-Hey, how are you doing?
Sorry. It took me ages to find that film.
I got back and you weren't there, though.
I was just having a chat with some of the girls. They're nice.
So, shall we get the movie marathon back on the road?
Do you know what I haven't stopped thinking about?
Cheese and bean crisps.
Weren't you supposed to be getting some?
Of course. Whatever you want.
Er, unless you two want Ryan after you,
I'd shut up about that pamper party.
Jody, I have just seen the most amazing thing in the garden,
you've got to come and see it!
Right. So I put this bit to my face
and end up looking like... this?
Right, OK. You need to be a little cooler.
You know, keep it short and sweet
and, above all, have absolute confidence.
Right, watch this. Hey, girls. Sweet?
I'm sure there's a house on fire, it cannot just be me!
Can you see anything?
Uh... I can't see anything, no.
Cinnamon popcorn, oh, but that's quite hard to get.
-Ryan, what is that?
OK, so this book has all my tricks in it.
I've put them into categories.
Mild, hot and spicy.
Now, this is my absolute favourite trick.
Right, so, go "ping, pop, pop, whoosh,"
but I've never done it before.
You have to be really high up.
Sammy, we need a word.
Right, May-Li's sorting that joker out. I'm off.
I might have to go into town to get some of this stuff
so are you sure you're going to be all right on your own?
Of course. Look at all these movies I've got to watch.
-Thanks for making me feel so welcome.
-See you in a bit.
You still up for that pamper party?
Yeah, why not?
Do you know there's a man called...
Nik Wallenda and he crossed the Niagara Falls on a tightrope,
200 feet in the air?
You know what? I really fancy a snack.
Do you reckon you could go get me some crisps?
Crisps? Crisps rock!
Whoa, whoa, whoa!
-I cannot get rid of him.
-Then tell him to shove off.
No, but I feel bad for him, though.
He's got these brothers that he misses
and he still thinks his aunt's coming to get him.
Doesn't mean you've got to spend all day with him if he winds you up.
Share him round with other people.
Just not me.
He's a nice kid. He's just a bit...
I know what he's like.
I heard you telling everyone how great he was earlier
and now you want to dump him on me?
And what did May-Li say about us all being different?
-So we should help each other out.
-She didn't say that.
It was that kind of thing.
I did for you, crazy hoarder boy, and I played your dungeons games,
so you owe me one.
There you are! I've been looking for you everywhere. There you go.
Mo was just building a construction vehicle.
-He was wondering if you'd want to help him?
Hey, Ryan, you OK?
Yeah, look, they haven't got the little marshmallows
but they've still got the big fat ones.
Big fat marshmallows sound great.
-I turned up the TV by accident. Anything's fine, OK?
Oh, all right. See you later.
-Have you seen Tyler?
Tyler, this is ridiculous.
Just tell Sammy you can't hang out with him all the time.
Tyler! I've been looking for you.
I thought you were with Mo?
Yeah, but I thought we could hang out together again.
-I've got stuff to do, Sammy.
-We can do it together.
-On my own.
-There must be something I can do.
-Oh, Sammy, no! You're too much!
You're exhausting. I'm not here to look after you.
Just go do something on your own.
You don't need me telling you what to do!
-I'll think of something.
-Good, go for it! Sky's the limit.
Like any of that even went in! He'll be back in ten minutes.
I'm back with the snacks if you're interested?
It's OK if you're busy.
Thought you said Sammy would be back in ten minutes.
Maybe some of what you said went in after all.
CUPBOARD DOORS SLAM
Are you all right?
You were up there the whole time?
And that noise on the phone, it wasn't the TV, was it?
You just wanted me out the way.
I just wanted to hang out with some of the girls.
You never told me they wanted to throw a welcome party for me!
-What's wrong with that?
-Yeah, well, sorry you had to put up with me!
Sammy, don't move! Just don't move!
Call the Fire Brigade. Get everybody else inside.
Wait! Wait, Mike!
Yeah, Fire Brigade, please.
Yeah, there's a little boy on the roof. Ashdene Ridge.
I know what he's trying to do.
You're kidding me...!
All right, just hang on. Don't move.
The Fire Brigade are on their way, all right.
Right, everyone, back inside now.
-We don't want to give Sammy any distractions. Come on.
I don't think I can hang on any more.
You have to, OK?
Hey! Tyler's here. Do you want to talk to him? Yeah?
Just keep him calm.
You're trying to fill up the big one, then, yeah?
-I mean, it's a great place for it.
-You told me to go for it.
-Sky's the limit.
-But the balloons...
You have to put the paint inside first,
then attach the strings, and then go up in the air.
-It'll take way more planning.
-I want to come down.
No, no, no! Just sit tight.
-What do you need to be a great practical joker?
Yes, yes. And you've got it.
I mean, the whole roof thing, that's not so great...
We can work on that. But, now, you have to decide to stay there.
Just till the Fire Brigade turn up.
-I'm coming down...
-No, no, no! Stay there!
Focus on the chimney and listen to me.
Tell yourself to hold on.
Just tell yourself you're doing really, really well.
Do you hear that, Sammy? We're nearly there, all right?
-Just listen to Tyler and you'll be fine, yeah? Good lad.
-Just hold on.
You can do it.
HE TAKES DEEP BREATHS
Listen, lads, thanks ever so much.
-And, sorry again, eh?
You understand how seriously everyone takes this, yes?
I'm sorry that you're upset...
If it means that you'll never do anything like this again,
-then it was worth it.
-I just wanted Tyler to like me.
That's why you did it?
You could've been killed.
He's... He's really cool.
I just wanted him to be my friend.
HE SOBS QUIETLY
-DOOR CLOSES >
-Oh, the door was open.
-How can we help?
I saw that fire engine outside.
That wasn't anything to do with you, was it?
You're awesome, Tyler.
-You saved Sammy's life.
-No, that was the firefighters.
-I was just the idiot that put him up there.
-It wasn't your fault.
He was winding everyone up. You were the only one who didn't ignore him.
Maybe we could have tried a little bit harder.
Oi, Ryan! Are you going to pretend I'm not here?
I'm sorry I sent you to the shops.
It wasn't about you being boring.
Everyone was ignoring me. That was down to you, wasn't it?
I got it wrong.
I didn't know what you'd think of the place.
That lot can be a bit full-on.
I know, but I can look after myself.
I know you've always blamed yourself for what happened,
but you've got to stop.
Just be my brother.
# You and me, we made a vow... #
# For better or for worse
# I can't believe you let me down... #
They're not making you leave, are they?
Because of the whole roof thing?
-They can't do that!
-No, it's not that.
-My auntie's here.
-Yeah, she's downstairs.
So, you're actually leaving?
Like, right now?
I'm really sorry I called you annoying and all that.
I honestly didn't mean it.
Well, I did...
I'm not exactly perfect myself.
You are pretty cool.
You're going to have to take this now.
Maybe it will remind you of me.
You're going to be pretty hard to forget.
# ..Cos you don't think I know what you've done
# But when you call me "baby"
# I know I'm not the only one... #
(See you, Sammy.)
-What a day!
-Tell me about it.
Maybe we should hold off on a new addition for a while?
I mean, we could do with a chance to regroup.
-KNOCK AT DOOR
# You say I'm crazy
# Cos you don't think... #
# ..What you've done
# But when you call me "baby"
-# I know I'm not the only one... #
-I thought he was going to have a major go at us.
Chloe might be a good influence. Could be a whole new Ryan.
-ALL CHATTER TOGETHER
# ..I know I'm not the only one. #
New boy Sammy starts to get on people's nerves, and Tyler steps in to defend him. Grateful Sammy is determined to impress his new friend but just how far is he prepared to go?