Bear-Faced Liar The Dumping Ground


Bear-Faced Liar

Drama series. Bailey has to break some bad news to his mum - but what is she hiding from him? And what has it got to do with the play the young people are staging?


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Oh, just stop stressing about it.

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Bernard has a bag of jewels in his head.

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Carmen, that could be stolen property.

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Why don't we told Mr Twigg? It's his bear.

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Because he put them in there.

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-He's a jewel thief. It's obvious.

-He's really nice.

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-He gave me and Finn free chocolate sundaes.

-Exactly.

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-The restaurant's just a cover.

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Some criminal's after him so he dumps the bear on us.

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Criminals? Suppose they come here?

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Lizzie. Rowena.

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DOOR CLOSES Bring on day two.

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-Morning, campers.

-ALL: Morning.

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-I'm sorry.

-Yeah?

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You should have told us yourself, shouldn't you?

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Oh, get over it, people. Look, he's been ditched from the Academy.

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-There are worse things that could happen.

-Like what?

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-Like we fail this inspection.

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-Hello.

-Mr Milligan?

-Yes.

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You wanted to see me.

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-Call me Mike.

-Oh, OK.

-Come in the office.

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Erm, is this about the flat?

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Because I know that Bailey can't move in

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until we get all the official stuff sorted.

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Move in?

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What flat? You've only just met her.

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Whose idea was this? Your mum's?

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Your mum can't afford a flat. She got sacked from her job.

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Let me guess.

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You said you'd pay for it and then the Academy ditched you.

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It's time to start talking.

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It's my fault she lost her job.

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What am I going to tell the landlord?

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You've rented somewhere already?

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It's 800 quid.

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Rent and deposit.

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I can't let her down, Mike.

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You don't have a choice.

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Now, we've sorted the young people into groups for informal interviews.

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Right, OK.

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We thought we'd mix the ages up a bit. See how they all rub along.

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Great.

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See, she's stressed out enough without a secret jewel stash.

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So what do we do now?

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I guess we just wait until after the play.

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If we put Bernard in the attic in case the criminals come

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and then just forget his head ever fell off.

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I guess a few more hours won't make much difference.

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You two take him upstairs, OK?

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-So, King Leontes.

-Ryan, that's you.

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And Antig... Er, the servant.

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Floss, that's you.

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-What the...?

-It's nothing, Mike.

-It's just a bear.

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Alison, sorry for keeping you. Come.

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Bailey, shall we take your mum out into the garden?

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It's a bit more private, yeah?

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-Private?

-Yeah.

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But you're going to come too?

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I'm afraid so, until we can agree unsupervised contact.

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GASPS

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Jody, get the jewels.

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GENERAL CHATTER

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Sorry to break the creative flow.

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Billie, Kazima and Finn, we'd like a chat with you now.

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What kind of a chat?

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About this place.

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It's your thoughts that count.

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They're trying to find out the bad stuff. Play dumb, say nothing.

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What if I kill the bear and look after the baby?

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You can't change Shakespeare, Floss.

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-Then I'm still on strike.

-Oh.

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And I thought you were more mature than Harry.

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That's what I wanted to talk to you about.

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I can't pay for it right now.

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The flat.

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The Academy, they released me.

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Released?

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But I thought you was really talented, you know?

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I can do trials somewhere else.

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Bailey. Erm...

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It may take a while for me to get spotted

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but players move around all the time.

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And if you got a job around here...

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you know, you could afford a flat yourself.

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I'm just, er...

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I'm just sad.

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For you, you know?

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You're not even 16 and they're throwing you on the scrapheap.

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Alison.

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No, I can deal with it.

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Because now I've got you.

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HEROIC MUSIC

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Bailey, you've got another visitor.

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You speak a language I understand not.

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It's a line from the play.

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Now you're having a pop at my accent.

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-And you can't even say my name right.

-Oh, whatever.

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Bailey, I need you to be the servant because Floss is...

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Not now, Carmen.

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'I don't even know what we're doing right now.'

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'Right, how about you two...'

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What are you doing here?

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I don't want to see you.

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Mr Wharton. Jimmy.

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-You should have told us you were coming.

-I only found out last night.

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Your social worker phoned and said your mum had shown up.

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Rowena Spike from Ofsted. Pretend I'm not here.

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Why didn't you call me?

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Son?

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Shall we? Please?

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Come on, Bailey. Come on.

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Sit down.

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Jimmy...

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..you'll get your chance to put your views

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when Alison applies for formal contact.

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No, he won't.

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You stopped me seeing her!

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And you lied my whole life!

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Back up. That's rubbish.

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You don't get a say no more.

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Ask her what he did.

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Go on.

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What?

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You mean Alison is here?

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Now?

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Where?

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In the garden, but this isn't the time or the place.

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Jimmy! Jimmy, hang on!

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Bailey!

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She's gone.

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This is your fault. She probably heard your voice and freaked out.

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-Good.

-Good?

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-She was terrified of you.

-Alison? Terrified?

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Have you met your mum?

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CAR HORN BEEPS

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Mum!

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-Get in. Move or we'll lose her!

-Just drive, don't talk.

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Jimmy! You can't take him away like this! You know what the rules are!

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Jimmy! Jimmy!

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Jimmy!

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Mr Twigg. What are you doing here?

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Ruining your play, I'm afraid.

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I should have been honest with you in the first place.

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My restaurant is bankrupt and the bank's selling everything.

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Including your bear?

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His value to me is priceless.

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He belonged to my father and before him to his father.

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But we can still use him for the play, right?

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The bailiffs already have him on their list.

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I have to return him immediately or I am breaking the law.

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HE COUGHS Maybe they'll let you keep him.

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This would be lovely, but I don't think so.

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I owe an awful lot of money.

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Maybe he doesn't know about the jewels.

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That's her. That's the cab. Pull up.

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All right, all right.

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-Just stay there.

-No way.

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She doesn't want to see you.

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Just keep out of it.

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Mum!

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Look, I'm sorry

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for running off just now.

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It's cos you heard Dad.

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YOUR dad?

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Yeah, don't worry.

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He wouldn't hurt you with me around.

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Look, I don't want to speak to him. Don't bother trying to make me.

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Don't go that way, please.

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What are you doing here?

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Just... Don't start anything.

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She ain't your mum.

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-Change of plan.

-We keep him talking until the cops come?

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No, he's not a jewel thief.

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-He's just a skint old guy who owns a restaurant.

-Pizzas for life?

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What are you doing to my bear?

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Oh, where is it?

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I found it, so you can share the treasure with me if you want.

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Hang on. Where is what and what treasure?

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It fell out of the bear so I hid it.

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We were going to tell you when the inspectors had gone.

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CHATTER

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He's an innocent kid. Don't you care about his feelings?

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-You're hardly Dad of the Year.

-This isn't about me, Briony.

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Look him in the face and tell him who's lying.

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I'm not your mum.

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The photo of them...

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It's real. It's...

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We were...

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-chilling in your garden back in the day.

-This...

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is your mum's best mate.

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Where's my mum?

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I just... I don't understand.

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-Did Alison put you up to this?

-No...

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-I ain't seen her in years.

-So, how'd you find him?

-I, er...

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I saw his photo...

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in the paper and then I went along to his Academy game and...

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It sort of went from there, really.

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So, you lied to me.

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On purpose.

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-And all those things you said about Dad being violent and...

-W...

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I didn't say that. That was you.

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Joining the dots.

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Son.

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-You know me better than that.

-You know what?

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We would have been sweet.

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You know, a nice cushy flat, away from the care home...

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Till this one gets himself binned off in the Academy.

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Oh, guys, I'm disappointed in you.

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Are you going to call the police?

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That might be rather tricky,

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seeing as I haven't even seen this treasure.

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Soz to butt in.

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Oh, another visitor?

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Uh...yeah, no, he's been signed in.

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He's our...prop supplier.

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Anyway, sorry, who's next for the interviews?

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Er, Toni, Floss and Carmen.

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Ready when you are.

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Remember, careless talk costs lives.

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-Good luck.

-How about a cup of tea?

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Wait, guys, before you go. Carmen...

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I know that you're only trying to help with the inspection,

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but that's not an excuse.

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Missing property, damaging the bear, these plays do more harm than good.

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-But Mike, none of that was our fault...

-So...

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It's cancelled.

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ALL COMPLAIN LOUDLY

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Keep it down!

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Look, until we fix this mess, no treasure, no play.

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Sorry.

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THEY TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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-I'll go look upstairs.

-Good luck.

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JAZZY DETECTIVE MUSIC PLAYS

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How's the play going?

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Is this part of the interview?

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It's the...chat beforehand.

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Cool.

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Tell us when you've started.

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Cooperation first.

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-Pick one.

-From the commons box?

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I...can't...read.

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You told me you were hungry for words.

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Your favourite author's Shakespeare.

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Oh, yeah!

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So, why the silent routine?

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-I can only assume you've got something to hide.

-No...

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We're not.

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CARMEN SIGHS

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Oh, "Carmen is bossy and vain

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"and her hair clogs up the plughole."

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-Thank you, Floss.

-It wasn't me.

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You know, I can recognise your handwriting!

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Can I have a biscuit now?

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-Whose dumb idea was it not to say anything?

-What happened?

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Well, they think that we're covering something up.

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-We've got to find those jewels, guys.

-We've searched everywhere.

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-There's no sign.

-Someone must have nicked them.

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-Like you nicked a computer?

-Like you were done for shoplifting?

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Hey, hey, we're not just going to start accusing each other!

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All right? We've got to figure out some sort of motive.

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Well, there's wanting to stop the play.

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Like Harry wrecking Bernard I.

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Well, what about Bailey?

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Bailey wouldn't steal anything...

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Would he?

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Well...

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He did need 800 quid to get a flat.

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Well, there's your thief, then. Who else would it be?

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My mum.

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My fake mum.

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-Fake?

-You mean, that wasn't the real one?

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Just don't ask, OK?

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I knew you weren't the thief.

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I was about to call the police.

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You can't just take off like that.

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I'm sorry.

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Well, your dad called, told me everything.

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I'm glad you came home.

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-Wait, so it's Bailey's fake mum that stole the jewels?

-Hang on.

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How do you figure that?

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She was in the lobby when the head fell off on the stairs.

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Then I put them in the box.

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While she was walking past there, she must have seen the jewels.

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Any idea of where she's gone?

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Bus station.

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Listen, let me handle this, do you hear me?

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Do you hear me?

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Bailey!

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Hey, Briony?

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Forgetting something?

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What are you doing here?

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-No! Don't do that!

-Give it back!

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Before I call security, give it, give it back!

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Yeah, I'm sure the police would love to see these.

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You stole from a kid's home?

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Have you any idea the effort that I wasted on you

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pretending to be interested in your football career?

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You know what? It's...

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It's a relief that the Academy ditched you. I...

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Just leave this for the police.

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I don't think I could have put up with those Bambi eyes every day.

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She's not worth it.

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I'm glad you're not my mum.

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These were my mother's!

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I thought they were stolen years ago!

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Guess this'll pay the bailiffs off.

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Thanks to you, Twigg's Restaurant lives on!

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And...the pizzas are on me.

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THEY CHEER

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The hour is upon us.

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What revels are in hand?

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What play to ease the anguish of this torturing hour?

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What?

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Are you guys doing a play? Fantastic!

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THEY CHEER

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-Are we back on?

-Can you wing it?

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-Do you even have to ask?

-Good.

-SHE LAUGHS

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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BOTH: We cleaned your boots for the football demo.

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For the inspectors.

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CROWD BOOS

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CROWD BOOS

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LAUGHTER

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We're starting.

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You can help with costumes...

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if you want.

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Er...

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Fine.

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But you're still down to do a football demo.

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-I can't.

-What?

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I don't want these no more.

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You might not get into the first club you try,

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but you've got to be in it to win it and football is your dream job.

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If I had something like that, I'd never give it up.

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OK, guys, you've made your point.

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-But he's really talented.

-Yes...

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But it's up to Bailey what he does now. It's been a big knock-back.

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Look...

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I could try another club,

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but I'd be further away.

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And I've training four times a week, plus matches.

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Mike could take you.

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It could be 100 miles away.

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We could...find you somewhere else to live.

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I mean, if that's what you want.

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-Leave here?

-No.

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Well, that's the choice.

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And even then, I might not get picked.

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I could just spend the whole season on the sub's bench

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and just get dumped at the end of it.

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You can't think like that!

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Why not? I'm just being realistic.

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If I'm going to end up on the scrapheap, I want out now.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Me and Bailey have got unfinished business.

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Dad?

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Backstage, you too, quick. Go on.

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How come you never told me about the Academy yourself?

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What's to tell?

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You won't be seeing me at Wembley no more.

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I guess you can't big me up to your friends.

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What's that supposed to mean?

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I'm proud of you, whatever you do.

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Yeah, so proud that you'd just dump me at a football ground.

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All right.

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I've not been the greatest...

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But I never drove Alison away.

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I begged her to keep seeing you.

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She didn't want to be a mum.

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Great.

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She hated me that much?

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She knew you had me.

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I did all right when you were a little nipper.

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It was less to get wrong.

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And then I got older.

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Sorry about that.

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I knew I couldn't be the dad you needed.

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What, so you just leave me with no dad?

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I left you with Mike.

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HE SIGHS

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So why are you here now?

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You don't care.

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You only came to stop me seeing her.

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# Don't waste my time

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# I don't wanna fight no more

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# I don't wanna fight no more

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# I don't wanna fight no more

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# I don't wanna fight no more. #

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Hey.

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So, to Mike, Bailey and all the assembled guests,

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for your entertainment, we present to you...

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The Winter's Tale.

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What a fantastic surprise! Whoo!

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My wife is slippery, she's an adulteress.

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You, my lord, but do mistake.

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He thinks he's touched his queen.

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My best blood turns into infected jelly.

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Take this vile creature hence to some remote and desert place

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and there thou leave it.

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I swear to do this. Prepare my ship!

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THEY MAKE SEA AND WIND SOUNDS

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We have landed in ill times. The skies look grimly.

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Come, poor babe.

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Thy mother appeared to me in a dream last night

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and said, "If you must hurt my baby, put some garlic next to her,

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"because bears really hate garlic."

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In a letter saying that she loves you and in 16 years,

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spoiler alert, she might see you again in some palace or a nail bar.

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-Aw!

-LAUGHTER

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GROWLING SOUND SHE YELPS

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SHE MAKES CHOKING SOUND

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel

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# Caramel... #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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We have come to see statue of our queen.

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Dear queen, mother, lend me your hand.

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Music, awake her. Strike.

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Be stone no more.

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Turn, good lady. Our Perdita is found.

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You gods look down and pour your graces on my daughter's head.

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Queen Hermione finds her baby, who she thought was dead.

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And King Leontes is sorry for being a nasty king,

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so everyone forgives him.

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And Perdita is so happy,

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because she knows her mum never stopped loving her, ever.

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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BEAR GROWLS

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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RINGING TONE

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Dad?

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-Where are you?

-Waiting for you.

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I told my boss I needed a couple of days off.

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-I thought you were out of work?

-I got my old job back.

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-You never said.

-You never asked.

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FAINT CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Whatever Mum did...

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..it wasn't your fault.

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-And I shouldn't have said all that stuff.

-You're not a failure, son.

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Football isn't everything.

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I never meant for you to feel that way.

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I'm just going to take a break for a bit.

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There's other stuff to do.

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Like...seeing your old man?

0:25:120:25:14

Well, you stopped writing. I mean...

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Yeah.

0:25:170:25:19

Do you want me to find the real Ali...Alison?

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-Nah, nah.

-Because...

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Nah.

0:25:240:25:25

See, Mike was right.

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-YOU did OK without her.

-WE did OK.

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I wish we could be mates again.

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-I miss your ugly face.

-Yeah, I miss yours.

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See, you're my real dad.

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And that's never going to change.

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Come here.

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-Did we pass?

-It's not a pass-fail thing.

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-You'll have the report in two weeks.

-Two weeks?

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Obviously, there are some areas for improvement.

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I took the batteries out of the smoke alarm.

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It's a shame you couldn't be so honest in your interviews.

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Your loyalty to Mike and May-Li might have been misplaced,

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but it shows you value them very deeply.

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And after seeing how they supported Bailey, I can't say I'm surprised.

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Oi, is she being nice? I can't tell.

0:26:220:26:24

LAUGHTER

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We were also very impressed with your ambition.

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The first time we've ever had a play performed for us.

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You guys totally rock.

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You're resourceful, imaginative, considerate and caring.

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Well done.

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Keep up the good work.

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Because we're expecting even greater things next time.

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RIPPLE OF LAUGHTER

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LAUGHTER DIES DOWN NERVOUSLY

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Down that end...

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Oh, no...

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Jody, play something else!

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No, you're all right.

0:27:040:27:05

-Go on, Harry.

-He never passes to me.

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So what's it to be next time?

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Hamlet?

0:27:170:27:18

Macbeth?

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Henry VI, Parts One, Two and Three?

0:27:190:27:22

-Er, I think I'm just going to stick to reading Shakespeare.

-Oh.

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-All those egos, too much for me.

-HE LAUGHS

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Talking of which, look at this. Oi oi!

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THEY CHEER

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Bailey has to break some bad news to his mum - but what is she hiding from him? And what has it got to do with the Shakespeare play the young people are staging?


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