What Lies Beneath The Dumping Ground


What Lies Beneath

Drama series set in a children's home. Tyler and the YP face a desperate race against time to find the evidence that can save Ashdene Ridge.


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-You're going to knock Ashdene Ridge down.

-This is our home.

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We're not giving in.

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-Save the DG!

-I've got a two-day pass from the barracks.

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I told my CO it was an emergency.

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We're moving the sale forward.

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You lot will be allocated your new placements over the next week.

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You've killed Christmas!

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-Thought you'd never come.

-Elektra!

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Yo, oldies, newbies!

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Tee. Johnny.

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And you must be Mr Dumbleby?

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SNICKERING

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-Dumbleby?

-Don't you know that's what they call you?

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Elektra, president of Elm Tree House

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and Ashdene Ridge's former resident action group.

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Peter, somebody phoned.

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You need to check your e-mail.

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Oh, that's probably my MP.

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She's a total legend.

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Circumstances beyond our control.

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Suspected site of archaeological interest.

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Archae what?

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The council are saying there could be Roman remains.

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They're delaying the sale?

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CHILDREN: YES!

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Why did you lie about us?

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Tracy has just given £500.

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We don't even need it.

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I mean, if there's history here, they're not allowed to build.

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That's right. Right, Mike?

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Yeah. I mean...

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I guess.

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That is ridiculous!

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I mean, what am I going to tell the developers?

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That there could be a Roman villa right beneath you?

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CHEERING

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Roman remains, my elbow.

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I'm going to write to those numbskulls

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in the council archaeology department.

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And I suggest you don't put your packing on hold.

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All right?

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I'd best be heading back to the base now.

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Right. Thanks for all your help, Johnny. Johnny's got to go, guys.

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ALL: Bye, Johnny. Bye, Johnny. See you.

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Come back another day.

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-Can't you stay for longer?

-No need.

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You guys have got this now. All right, see you.

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ALL: Bye!

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Don't say bye, then. Rude.

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Roman remains. I'll have Roman remains, don't you worry.

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-What the...

-Can I help you?

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Oh, I do hope so.

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I do well hope so!

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We could be at the centre of a massive discovery,

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bigger than Hadrian's Wall.

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-I'm a Roman!

-Oh.

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All hail, Artemis Maximus.

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My boss is away.

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Sorry?

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He's just kiboshed the sale of

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unwanted council property to a prestigious developer

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and he's not even here to explain himself?

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He's on a dig in York.

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I have a copy of his e-mail stating

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we are stopping the sale pending

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further investigations.

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Well, I know that. But what further investigations?

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Where's your evidence of Roman remains?

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-He saw it in the site report.

-Which is where?

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My boss is writing it up.

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Now, if you don't mind, I am very, very busy.

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Right. Right.

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Still got it.

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Mission Save the Dumping Ground.

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At least they didn't charge you.

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-That's good.

-That's because they didn't have enough evidence.

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-I've got to go back next week.

-We all know that you're innocent.

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-Try telling that to Mike.

-He had to report it.

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And, anyway, we don't even need the Christmas money to save the DG now.

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Are you not coming in to celebrate?

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In a bit.

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I made you one of your calming teas.

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Don't need calming. I've spoken to Brucie.

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He's hiring one of his own archaeological experts.

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Brucie? He owns the development company?

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We'll crush those meddling weasels.

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But what if his expert agrees?

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Ah, money talks, my sweet.

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Ashdene Ridge will be flattened by Christmas.

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Hey, I've just had the news people on the phone.

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They want to do a special report from here!

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Make way for Cleopatra, the Roman Queen!

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Cleopatra was ancient Egyptian.

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Emperor beats Queen.

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Who made you Emperor?

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Playing Romans was my idea.

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I've got it! Maybe we should all be Romans.

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What are you doing? Give that back.

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-He's working for Dumbleby.

-No, this is Frank.

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I work for the council.

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Archaeology department.

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-I thought it was planning?

-Well, I got moved.

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So you heard about the Roman remains?

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-Is that why you're here?

-Yeah, on official business.

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What's that? Cool.

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Site report. Hang on.

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Why is it blank?

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You sent that e-mail.

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Please don't tell me that this is a scam.

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Look, Roman remains can stop building work for years.

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-If they're real.

-We had to think quickly.

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We?

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Elektra.

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It's worth it to save the DG.

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-Anything?

-No.

-No?

-No.

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-No.

-Do you want to say that again?

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OK.

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Who's going to tell them they're wasting their time?

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Suppose they're not? We could always just plant a few.

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What sort of old stuff are we talking about?

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Coins, lamps, vases.

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Frank, shut up!

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We cannot fake the site of a whole Roman villa.

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Maybe, if it's just a small one.

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What other choices have we got?

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LOUD BEEPING

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Dig.

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You've got some in stock now?

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That's brilliant. OK, we're on our way.

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For a plan B, this is pretty awesome.

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I do wish you'd told us though, Tee.

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Yeah, but then you might have given it away.

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We need more than coins, though.

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-Like what?

-Roman brooches.

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-Arrowheads.

-They're 90 quid.

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Can't we use the fundraising money?

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Still saving the DG.

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No, that's not ours yet. It's just pledges.

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And we're not using donor money for a scam.

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I can feel something.

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-Treasure?

-Pull me out.

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Got it?

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It's a cup. It could have belonged to the Roman Emperor.

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There's writing. Like Ancient Roman writing.

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It's called Latin. I'll get my translator out.

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OK... Hang on.

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Edward Umbleby, year nine music prize.

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Oh, really?

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Come on.

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All that time for this?

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Hey, check it out.

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You can't wear that on telly.

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What?

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-Telly.

-Yeah, a news interview.

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-They'll be here in an hour.

-How did we not know about this?

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She loves the Romans, apparently.

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We're doing themed snacks.

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Dormouse with honey.

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The producer e-mailed again.

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-He wants Alex.

-What?

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You know, the boy that did the egging.

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To show a different side. Now we're talking positive publicity, kids.

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Alex!

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We've got an hour to get these buried.

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Right, focus, guys. How deep do these need to go?

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-Tyler, research.

-Pretty deep,

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seeing as they've been undiscovered for thousands of years.

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Oh.

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Forget that for now. We haven't got the time or the cash.

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This is the museum's home page.

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What?

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Alex.

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Say sorry first.

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Why did you say we bullied Edward?

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I was trying to be his friend.

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-I know.

-So why did you lie?

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Because Mr Umbleby asked me.

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What century are you in?

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Eddie used to say something like that.

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He should be so proud,

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-but he threw all these away the day he got into music college.

-Why?

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Because he didn't want to go.

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He begged me to let him stay where he was.

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Then why did you send him away?

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-That's horrible.

-It wasn't me!

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So Mr Umbleby bullies all kids - even his own?

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Ladies and gentlemen, please remember to call into

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our new ancient Roman room, where you can see

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some of the rarest artefacts from this period,

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such as brooches, arrowheads...

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Down that way, yeah. Just over there.

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Don't. The police already think you're a thief.

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And now you're trying to steal priceless relics?

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-Are you nuts?

-Not if I can make people believe me.

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It's like Frank said, anything's worth doing to save the DG.

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You're an idiot.

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Mike, I can't find Alex.

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Oh, but there's all the other lovely young people.

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-Guys, come.

-Excellent.

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Most authentic.

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Are we rolling?

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Here I am back at Ashdene Ridge,

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reporting on the latest surprising development.

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It looks like a member of the archaeology team's here already.

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Yep. That's me.

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I'm going to do some standard soil tests and send them off to the lab.

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No, this is Elektra. She's a former resident.

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I know where buried treasure is.

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No, no, you don't.

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Is that a Roman coin?

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OK, busted!

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The little rats have been digging.

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You know what young ones are like with their shiny things.

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Wow, that's amazing, guys!

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It shouldn't be shiny.

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Roman coins only look like that when they've been professionally cleaned.

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We've been hoaxed.

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Drop the innocent act.

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-Hoax?

-You must have been in on this, too.

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-Some role model you are!

-No...

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Well, you lot have truly excelled yourselves this time.

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This is not the burger dive scam.

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This could have cost the council hundreds of thousands of pounds!

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Plan A didn't work, Mike.

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-And we didn't have a lot of time.

-It's no excuse.

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If we're going to save the DG, it had to be honestly.

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-I'm appalled!

-So what do we do now?

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Well, you'll lose your job.

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That's a year's training down the drain.

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I'm sorry, Frank.

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-What about us?

-First thing tomorrow morning I'll start firming up

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-your new placements.

-But, Mike...

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There is nothing to stop Umbleby from selling us now.

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Nothing.

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Kids.

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Just remembering it all.

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You were a terrible roommate.

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I wasn't.

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Moody, grumpy, you wouldn't share anything.

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I should probably go to work. See you on the other side.

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You promised you'd keep looking.

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Look, there's nowhere suitable.

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I'm sorry.

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The only place that's suitable for Chloe and Ryan

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is too close to where you live.

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And you have to think about your safety.

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She can share my room.

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That's not possible.

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Candi-Rose needs me.

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And just... Please.

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It's OK. You go with Ryan.

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You can visit. You know, it's an hour on the train.

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Look, I promise, I'll phone you every day.

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When you all leaving?

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Whenever our social workers come to pick us up.

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Can't believe you're going back to live with your mum.

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-Cheaper for them, isn't it?

-Not if it stresses her out.

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Sends her back to hospital again.

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He's done seven deals in the last year.

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Dumbleby's social media.

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Just stop it now, Tyler.

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Whenever they sell any land, they're the company that buys it.

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That doesn't matter.

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All that matters now is where we're going.

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I don't want to be stuck in some manky flat without you.

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Oh, shush, Jones.

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-This is important.

-No.

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You're just freaked out about living with your mum,

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-but you won't even deal with it.

-I am dealing with it.

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By trying to stop us leaving.

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You can't.

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It's over.

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Dumbleby calls him Brucie, the boss of the development firm.

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And he said money talks.

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So he could be talking bribes.

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Didn't you say Frank used to work for the planning department?

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I don't want to be fostered.

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I didn't like it last time.

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Yeah, but we've met them.

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And they've got no kids of their own,

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so things are going to be different this time, remember?

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Erm, May-Li.

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There's been a change of plan.

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I'm going with Elektra.

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-What?

-She's fostering me.

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Why not?

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You're not a foster carer, for starters.

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I'm family. We're a family of Dumping Ground kids,

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that's what you and Mike always say.

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You're not fostering Floss.

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Well, not by midday today, anyway.

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Can I go with Jodie instead?

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Jodie's going into a semi-independent flat, Finn.

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I can do that. I can be semi-independent.

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Your new foster parents are collecting you both at 12, OK?

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And it's not up for negotiation.

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I don't understand.

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I saw the plans in the town hall.

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But for this page. You didn't check next door.

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So Dumbleby's selling his house to the developers, too.

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But it's more than just a house.

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Mrs Dumbleby got left it by her aunt Agatha.

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So Brucie must have made it worthwhile.

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What do you get off a developer who owns prestige luxury homes?

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A house?

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This has got to be illegal.

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Kids. Come down!

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Is my social worker here yet?

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-It's not 12 yet.

-I can smell roast turkey.

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Can't let you go without a bit of Christmas dinner!

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Have you found anything yet?

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You said you could hack into the land registry title.

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I am, there's no Umbleby anywhere.

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Well, have you checked all the new Cruickman houses?

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-Yes.

-You must be spelling it wrong.

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It's U-M-B...

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I know how it's spelled.

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He's not getting a house. You're wrong.

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I can't be.

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I have to prove he's dodgy or we have nothing on him.

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You've got an hour. Say goodbye to Jodie.

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I can't.

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Hey. Come on.

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Let's do this.

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Finn?

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Come on, guys.

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You were all going to leave some day.

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This is just a bit earlier than planned, that's all.

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Foster care, it could be great.

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And I've seen those flats.

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They're smart. Bit of independence.

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No Mike and May-Li nipping at your heels.

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We'll call you.

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-Keep in touch?

-Always.

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You'll bounce back from this.

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It could be the best thing ever.

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The next step in your amazing futures.

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-Yeah?

-What about you guys?

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Look, every single one of us will always have the DG.

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Here, here.

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It's not a building. It's an idea.

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All the memories we've made, all the stuff we shared, friendships,

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laughter, tears...

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..will always be with you.

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And us. Forever.

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Wherever we are.

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Family is family.

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Are you OK?

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It's Tyler.

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He's not even here.

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Right! Crackers, everyone, please.

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I want silly hats on in five seconds flat.

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Come on. Come on.

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Three, two, one!

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# I know there's somewhere better Cos you always take me there

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# Came to you with a broken faith

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# Gave me more than a hand to hold

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# Caught before I hit... #

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THUD

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Wait. What's this?

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Nothing, it's just a little Christmas gesture.

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There must be hundreds.

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Hang on.

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The money that was nicked from Al's.

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-It was you.

-No!

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Mr Umbleby.

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I told him about #SaveTheDG. He must have seen the money.

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-I've got to go.

-Why?

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Just tell me. It's all right for you, you can buy a new home.

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But we get split up. Miles from each other.

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Do you even know how that feels?

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Yes, I do.

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I miss Edward.

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Well, then, why not try to stop him?

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I found the money in Mr Umbleby's desk.

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Maybe he paid for someone to do it, I don't know,

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but he was the one who gave the eyewitness statement.

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-He set Alex up.

-I just wish it would all stop.

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I like living here.

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I used to spend my summers here.

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With my Aunt Agatha and Granny Goodridge.

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Believe me, they would never have wanted any of this.

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Frank, I've got a new name.

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It was right under our noses the whole time.

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Yeah. It's the flats.

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Goodridge Heights. Search Goodridge.

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G-O-O-D...

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Mr Umbleby. The kids are refusing to leave

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until the bulldozers force them out.

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It's going to get nasty.

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You really are the most incompetent man alive.

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Make way.

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Right. Listen, brats...

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No. You listen.

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We know you framed Alex.

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Which is a pretty disgusting thing for an adult to do.

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Do you want to say something?

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Don't be ridiculous.

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We didn't think you'd admit it.

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What about your little house swap with Brucie?

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-What?

-Yeah, Bruce Cruickman, your mate.

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I've absolutely no idea what you're talking about.

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And you have precisely 25 minutes to get out.

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You can stop filming, you silly girl.

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You must recognise this.

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-What?

-It's yours.

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Or, rather, your wife's.

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As it was registered in her name - Goodridge?

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Oh, and that's probably because you didn't want the council to know

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you're getting a free five-bedroom executive mansion.

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-Janet.

-You know, she doesn't actually want to leave here.

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Have you even asked her?

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You're a nasty man for sending your son away.

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You have precisely 25...

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Oh, no.

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..24 minutes to stop that sale.

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And resign from being councillor.

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And get Frank his job back.

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Or that baby goes viral.

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No...

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That's...

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Janet!

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ALL: Yes!

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# Are you hanging up your stockings... #

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Right, we have something for each and every one of you.

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-Here you go.

-Thank you.

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If the royals won't come to you...

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Oh, very funny.

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Alex, here you go.

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Wow!

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There we go. Perfect!

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Rubber eggs.

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Chuck as many of them as you want now.

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I like your jumper, Frank.

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Oh, well, I like yours.

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You look beautiful.

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Really? I want it to be this day forever.

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I used to dream of a proper family Christmas.

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And we had one all along.

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Will I be here next Christmas?

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Who knows what the future holds, but if you leave here,

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it'll be because it's best for you, not for anyone else.

0:27:480:27:51

OK, Mike.

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-Oh, my gosh.

-What do you think, Finn?

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We forgot to get you guys presents.

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Oh, well, lucky for you, we've got our gifts right here.

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Oh, looking after all you lot!

0:28:030:28:07

Merry Christmas, everyone.

0:28:070:28:09

ALL: Yeah! Merry Christmas.

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-Best Christmas ever.

-Yeah.

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# So here it is, Merry Christmas

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# Everybody's having fun

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# Look to the future now

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# It's only just begun. #

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The arrival of Elektra and the discovery of Roman remains put a halt to any development plans at Ashdene Ridge. The joy is short-lived, however, when the Roman ruins are revealed to be a scam. Ashdene Ridge will be closing for good. The YP are resigned to their fate, all but Tyler, who faces a race against time to expose Mr Umbleby. Trying to prove his innocence, Alex faces an uphill battle for redemption. Along with Mrs Umbleby, Alex brings forward a key bit of evidence to Tyler and the Dumping Ground is saved. Mike, May-Li, and the YP celebrate another Christmas in Ashdene Ridge.


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