Drama series. The DG residents are excited about the prospect of going camping, so why is Ryan so anxious to sabotage it?
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So, I'm not a girl. I'm famous. I'm not a footballer.
-Do I sing?
-Erm, you shouldn't.
I forgot you weren't asking about yourself.
You can talk.
-Erm... Am I Mum?
-Am I an actor?
Upside down Wayne Rooney.
Wait, I'm not the Queen again, am I?
Can you believe we're actually having fun with him?
Right you horrible lot, bedtime, please.
-Oh, no. Don't ruin it.
I stayed up all night once, at a festival.
-It was wicked.
-It's great, isn't it?
When did you do it?
Camping, last summer, one of the best nights ever.
No, it was the best night ever, we should all go.
Yeah, right, like we can just magic up a tent.
Hi, Ryan, you know when you thought we couldn't go camping?
Well, now we can, tonight.
-In the back garden.
-I asked May-Li.
Yes, a mate of mine's got a tent.
Cool, I love tents.
-Nice one, Sasha.
-We went to this.
We got really muddy and ate massive hot dogs, so I was thinking,
why don't we have an Ashdene Ridge festival?
Get your grubby hands off.
Here, wipe your hands.
Hey, we're outside, it'll be dark.
-You know what we need?
No. Ghost stories around the camp fire.
Hey, what's up?
Nothing, I'm just trying to remember some really scary ones.
They are modelling and it's looking good.
-Are we sure that this festival is such a good idea?
Yeah. Character building, isn't it?
Turn it this way.
You're not listening. Have you not got the tent up yet?
-We will have soon.
-It would help if we had some instructions.
-Is Carol coming?
-We sort of fell out.
She didn't believe in aliens.
Just trying to see the shape so I know how to put it up.
Look, I'm on it, thanks.
I was thinking about the Wild West, the Apache Indians.
Look, please, I know what I'm doing.
They were building their wigwams.
Well, don't, we don't need you, just leave us alone!
Did you know Ashdene Ridge was haunted?
-I swear, it is.
Well, there is a funny smell sometimes.
That's his socks.
There's this old lady ghost.
Mary Morris, she fell somewhere in the house,
so she called out for help.
Knock, knock, knock.
But no-one came. And, apparently, you can still hear it now.
Knock, knock, knock.
Her last three attempts to call out for help before she died.
KNOCK ON DOOR
You know, Mo was out of order back there.
It's all right, I was just getting in his way a bit.
Well, he thinks he knows best, he always does.
He had a go at me one time, you know.
He had this rocket and he was showing it off.
So, I filled it with lemonade, so when he turned it on,
it exploded everywhere.
-Yeah. Everyone found it hilarious.
-Even Mo, in the end.
-Mo thought it was funny?
Yeah, he liked that I got him back,
laughed his head off and it was all sorted.
We'd still be joining in but we'd actually be comfortable.
I don't mind sleeping on the ground.
Look, we'd lay awake all night and then we'd wake up
-with the worst bed head ever.
Well, I'm going to glamp anyway.
-Glamorous camping? You know, all the celebrities do it.
I mean, believe me, the only way you'd get me to sleep
in a tent, is if I can bring my own mattress.
What's the point? You might as well stay indoors,
We'll stick to proper camping, thanks.
-I can't believe you.
Saying you weren't interested.
-You're not, are you?
-I might be.
We don't always think the same thing, you know.
No, no, no, look, watch.
Look. Push it in. Wait, look. Push in.
Whoa, whoa. Hey!
So, we're having fun, yeah?
Oh, come on, it's...
What is it? Character-building?
You're doing it wrong.
-You're doing it wrong.
-Couldn't give us a hand, could you?
-Just grab a couple of corners.
-Er, no, let's stay here.
-Sorry, we're busy.
That's really good.
Look at, that. Whoa, whoa!
Other side, please. Let's do it.
This side here. Lift it, lift it.
-Lift it, Mo.
-No need to be rude. No need to be rude, all right?
Hang on, hang on!
-How are we doing?
-It's all right, we're done.
Are you happy? Let's go.
-Well done, boys, well done. Well done.
Right, guys, can I have your attention, please?
Settle down, please.
It seems there's a piece missing from the tent.
So, I'm afraid it looks like we can't go camping.
-Mum, wait, we can't have a festival without a tent?
It's not like you could've done any better.
-Sorry about that, guys.
Joseph was dead excited about camping earlier, what's changed?
Do you ever accidentally do things like put things in your pocket
-without even thinking?
-Why did you take it?
I only meant it for a joke.
Like when Ryan poured lemonade in Mo's rocket.
And it exploded over everyone.
Are you sure about that?
Yeah, Ryan told me.
He was getting Mo back. It was hilarious, wasn't it?
Are you going to tell Mike and May-Li?
Not if you give us the tent piece.
How come I didn't hear about Mo's rocket exploding?
Because I'm pretty sure that it never actually happened.
But why would Ryan lie?
Don't know. Maybe trying to stop the festival for some reason.
-You don't suppose that...
..is it because it was my idea?
Are you saying he's been playing us this whole time?
Nothing's changed. We still can't trust him.
I don't believe this. So much for nice, friendly Ryan.
What are you on about?
Do carry on.
We were just talking to Joseph.
Did you have anything to do with him stealing this?
-So why would you lie about having a row with Mo.
-What are you on about?
-Why would you try and get the festival cancelled?
This is typical, Chloe, this is what they're really like.
-The way they treated me before you came here.
Hang on, we were having a laugh yesterday.
Well, it's complicated, believe me.
Tell the truth, why would you try and trick Joseph into stealing this?
-Stop it, please.
I want to speak to Ryan.
It's got nothing to do with Sasha and Tee.
You mean the festival? So you did lie.
When I was taken into care, there was this older kid there,
about Tee's age.
He had this book of ghost stories.
He kept reading them to me, even though I told him not to.
He told me that they were real.
That he'd seen ghosts and I would too.
Children tell ghost stories.
-None of it's true.
-I don't want anyone to laugh at me.
No-one needs to know. Say you're coming down with something,
you have to go to bed and you won't have to do the camping
and it'll all be OK. I'm glad you told me.
Just put it in here.
Hey, guys, isn't that the missing tent piece?
-It was just in the bush.
-How did it get in there?
-It must have fallen out of the bag. Festival is back on, everybody.
-It is raining.
-Yeah, so it's going to be a proper festival.
I won't do anything unless you tell me to.
-I suppose so.
-Woo! Going to be so fun.
Yeah, come on, festival!
Come on, Toni, strong arms, that's it.
That's it, use them muscles. Sorry. Toni, be careful, be careful.
Sorry, guys, careful, careful, careful.
Take it into the garden.
OK, use them muscles.
Maybe not the best place to go. Back it up, back it up.
-Through here. Sorry!
All my hard work gone to waste.
Can you actually help me?
-Whoa, whoa, whoa.
-That's our stuff!
It's just some stupid sleeping bags.
I'm going next to Carmen anyway.
-There's not enough room.
-Well, clearly there is, it fits perfectly.
-I meant for everyone else.
-What are you doing?
-What is wrong with you two?
She can't bare to do anything without me.
-Look, I'm staying there.
-No! Just go over there.
THEY SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER
Thank you. No way, straight back upstairs, please.
You have got to be kidding me.
There is no room for anyone else to sleep in here
with that in the tent!
Hey, come on, go.
Not over yet.
-Use your muscles.
-Good job you have got that. Looks like you're
-going to need a lie down.
-I can't believe he's wriggled out of it.
Need some help?
What did he say?
He's done loads of horrible stuff to us, you know.
Then you show up and suddenly that all becomes history.
I thought we were friends.
How can we be friends if he's still got it in for us?
It's got nothing to do with you.
-Oh, yeah, right.
-He wants to move on too.
No, he doesn't, it's another one of his lies.
-It's not what you think.
-Maybe if you explained it to us,
maybe we could understand.
Fine, but you have to swear you won't tell anyone.
It's a wind-up, it has to be.
He got caught out, so he plays the victim.
-It's got nothing to do with ghosts.
-I still can't believe Chloe fell for it.
-She is his sister.
-We need to prove Ryan's lying,
expose him and show Chloe what he's really like.
Yeah, but how?
-What are you playing at?
-It wasn't me!
It's the ghosts of Mary Morris.
Oh, look, think about the younger ones, please,
we don't want to go scaring them now, do we?
So, what's happening now glamping is off?
-Who said it was off?
-We're having a hamper.
-What's all this, then?
-That's the boring food.
My food is not boring.
What's so special about yours, anyway?
-We're having quince jelly and Manchego?
It's cheese. Then we are having salmon terrine
and pomegranate salad.
Come on, we've got terrine to buy.
Why have you got that?
Oh, I borrowed it from your room.
I'm going to copy the design for a poster, for the festival.
It's a surprise for Sasha.
Great, just be careful with it, yeah?
He's in his room.
What if he is actually scared of ghosts?
Chloe's never going to forgive us.
She deserves the truth.
This is Ryan, when has he ever been honest?
Yeah. You're right.
Look, we shouldn't have said some of those things about you.
We want things to go back to how they were, all of us getting along.
-Hey, you know Jody's ghost story?
Well, we found out loads more about Mary Morris.
So, supposedly there was this girl, ages ago,
who said she saw an old lady, dressed in black,
heading up to the attic one night.
-Who told you that?
-Johnny said he once heard footsteps outside in
the corridor, but then when he went out there, there was nobody there.
I never took him seriously until now.
You're never going to believe this.
Apparently Mary Morris died in this room.
How creepy's that?
You want to know if it's real, right?
Have you ever heard the knocking?
Turn the light back...
-This is stupid.
EERIE GUST BLOWS
-What was that?
Did you hear it too?
Just need some batteries.
-Ryan, what's wrong?
-Did Mary Morris die in my room?
-Did you hear her?
there is no ghost of Mary Morris, trust me.
Right? Boys, can you give us a minute, please?
Not you, come back.
Have you been trying to frighten Ryan?
He told Chloe he was scared of ghosts.
We thought he was lying. So we tried to prove it.
Right, both of you, my office, now.
It was my idea.
Wait for me in there.
I promise you that they will be punished.
But this is where it stops.
No retaliations, are we clear?
You don't have to stay out tonight.
-You told Tee and Sasha.
-I'm sorry, I...
-Your friends tried to make out
-that my room was haunted.
-I can't believe
you'd do that that to me. I fully trusted you.
I'd no idea those Manchego shavings would be so expensive.
At least we got the terrine fish thingy.
Er, not really, it's taramasalata.
-What do you know?
We had it at Christmas once.
You said it was like fish yoghurt.
-No, I didn't.
-I thought you liked it.
Eat some then.
Why are you trying to be like Carmen?
-Yes, you are.
-I'm so not.
-And that would be a bad thing because...?
Is this because I told Carmen you weren't interested in glamping?
It's got nothing to do with glamping.
I don't care about that. I just want to prove we're not the same.
What, so you're using me?
Honestly, it's fine. I'll glamp on my own.
Don't you know what "go away" means?
It's not always easy having your sister around, is it?
I love Billie, but I don't always love being a twin.
OK, are you wanting to do your own thing?
-What do you mean?
-Kazima is doing the cooking.
Mo is in charge of the tent.
Bailey's trying to do a fire.
I'm not sure he managed. And later on Jody's telling ghost stories.
Bailey could have done with a bit of that to get his fire going.
I made a massive mistake.
I should never have trusted them.
Does it have to be a ghost story?
I know this really scary one about a werewolf.
-Werewolves aren't scary.
-You wouldn't say that if you met one.
We're not going to meet one.
OK, Joseph, I need your help with something.
Wait. What are you doing? You know you're not allowed to start a fire.
It's really unlike you.
We're really sorry about what happened earlier.
Yeah, we got you really wrong.
-We shouldn't have done what we did.
If there's anything that we can do.
Please, don't be too hard on Chloe.
So, are we quits?
Yeah. You know what?
Hey, Sasha, isn't that your poster?
What? What's it doing in there?
No, no, it is too dangerous. No, step back.
-Fire extinguisher. You can still save it.
Was it you? Did you put it in there?
Ryan tried to save it.
Exactly. You've got a nerve after what you did today.
Ryan, did you take Sasha's poster and put it in the fire?
No, I'd never go in her room.
Toni, do you know anything about it?
I got the scrap paper from the living room and put it in the fire.
What was my poster doing in there?
-Who took it?
-Toni wouldn't do that.
Well, somebody must know.
-It was me.
-Is this because of what we did to Ryan?
No, she took it before that.
I was only borrowing it.
Wait, you knew about this?
-Well, yeah, but...
-Stuff camping! It's not worth it.
Why did you stick up for me?
Because you're my sister.
And even though you've been horrid all day,
it doesn't mean you deserve to get the blame.
I think there's still space in the tent next to my sleeping bag.
-If the ground's not too hard.
From now on we stick together, yeah?
I mean, you were only trying to be nice with your poster.
Yeah. My poster.
Are you OK?
Oh, did you speak to Ryan today?
He was nice to me after I'd been in a fight with Billie and he said that
Bailey couldn't get the fire going,
so it was a shame he didn't have the scrap paper from the living room.
ROCK MUSIC PLAYS
KNOCK ON DOOR
-What are you doing here?
-You shouldn't have scared Ryan.
-Yeah, we know.
I kind of get why you did it.
-Well, not that it was right but...
..now I know the things that he does.
Ryan put your poster in the paper bin for the fire
and got Toni to take it out.
-I knew it.
-How did you find out?
-I spoke to Toni.
The things she said. I should haven't taken it.
-You weren't to know what he would do.
Please, don't do anything, just...let me deal with it.
# Everybody's starry-eyed... #
I don't want to get involved in your twin crisis, OK?
Have you got a minute?
You need these in your hamper.
-They're our favourite.
You know you two can join me.
No, I think we'll stick to proper camping, thanks.
Oh, I get it. The twin thing must be tough.
I mean, I'd find it really difficult if there was another one of me.
Who am I kidding? That's impossible!
MUSIC DROWNS SPEECH
# Everybody's starry-eyed... #
Ryan, can I have a word?
-You're not an octopus.
-I am an octopus.
I never told you what I was doing with Sasha's poster.
-Well, how did you know I'm drawing one as well?
I don't know what you're talking about.
You obviously saw it when you picked Sasha's out of the scrap paper
-for the fire.
Is this Tee and Sasha again?
You wanted Toni to start a fire.
Do you know how dangerous that is?
-They've got to you, haven't they?
-Stop it. I've been here all day,
listening to your lies, believing you, defending you.
-Because you know I'm right.
-Because you're my brother.
You're all I've got.
I don't hear from Mum any more.
So why mess things up?
Why treat people like this?
You don't need to, I'm here.
Just come clean.
Apologise to Sasha and get her a new poster.
Yeah, but I've done nothing wrong.
I thought you were different,
You're just the same as everyone else.
Go on, go and join all them.
Fine. Stay away from me and them.
INDISTINCT VOICES AND LAUGHTER
And all that was left was a pile of ash...
..a pair of trainers and a packet of crisps that he'd been eating.
Yeah, but it's not really a ghost story, is it?
-I thought wolves weren't scary?
MUSIC: Sing by Ed Sheeran
-Are you all right?
-I used to hate it when me and Johnny argued.
No, honestly. Now I know who my brother really is
let's just move on and... enjoy the night.
# If you love me, come and get involved
# Feel it rushing through you from your head to toe... #
Wait. Where's Ryan?
He doesn't feel too good.
Show us those lovely, smiley teeth.
# Oh, oh, oh, oh
# Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
# Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh
# Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh... #
LAUGHTER AND CHATTER OUTSIDE
The DG residents are excited about the prospect of going camping, so why is Ryan so anxious to sabotage it? Chloe stands by her brother but soon discovers that she and Ryan have quite different ideas about loyalty.