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GARY LINEKER: A perfect sunny day here
for this hugely important match.
The pitch in tiptop condition.
The squad warming up.
Led by their inspirational captain
and making his record-breaking appearance,
the legend that is Billy McLaine.
And also making history today, marking his full debut,
a potential hero of tomorrow, playing alongside his father,
-Finn! Finn! Finn! Finn!
In your own little world again?
Finn McLaine steps up to take this vital penalty.
Can he level the scores?
Go Finn! Go Finn! Whoohoo!
-Oh, hey, Mike.
-I've been thinking.
-Hm, that could be dangerous.
Archie hasn't got a roommate and I was wondering if...
You could move in with him?
-He's my best mate.
-If you square it with Finn, it's fine by me.
Hey, Joseph, don't forget your coat of many colours.
-It's not mine.
-It can be if you want it.
Everything that hasn't been claimed from the lost and found
is going to the charity shop.
# It was red and scarlet And black and grey and peach
# Ruby and olive and chocolate And mauve
# And green and yellow and...
# Cream and silver and gold And rose and russet and grey...
# And blue! #
An artist cannot work in here!
This coursework has got to be in today.
Me thinks the artist should've started the work a bit sooner.
I CAN hear you, you know.
It all comes down to this.
One more kick to win the match.
He ruined my artwork and it has to be in today.
-Look at it!
-Well, you should have finished it sooner.
I've been busy.
Oh, Alex, you thought any more about your birthday yet?
I didn't know if you wanted to do something with me or Mike,
you know, a bit of shopping
or, you know, go bowling or ice-skating or...
Thanks and everything, but I hate birthdays.
We'll forget it, yeah?
We'll throw the best party ever.
Alex will love birthdays and Sasha will think you're great.
Oh, there'll be music and dancing and decorations.
We'll have to decorate the room.
You want a banner. A big banner and balloons.
I'm moving in with Archie. That's OK with you, right?
-I knew you'd be fine with it.
Right, back to the party. It's going to be huge.
I am going to make you proud.
I can get everyone to help.
What are you doing?
Looking for my coat.
It's always on here.
-Is it this one?
It's bigger than that. Miles bigger.
-And it fits?
-It will one day.
-Maybe today could be the day?
What does it look like?
It's multicoloured and striped.
Like that one?
You know how you said it would be good to have a roommate?
Well, I've been talking to Mike and you're looking at your new roomie.
That's if you want me, of course.
Well, I don't.
I don't want you in my room stealing more of my things. OK?
You've got his coat.
This is yours?
-I've never seen you wear it.
-Oh, so you just took it?
-No, Mike gave it to me.
Yes! I'm not a thief.
I'm sorry about your picture, Sash.
It's not a picture. Artwork!
Can you help me with a party?
Why won't it...come out?
-Let me help.
-No, no, no, no.
Is this where you're having your party meeting for Alex?
Who else did you invite?
You tried the honest approach to get people to come to your meeting
and nobody came. So...
Pizza delivery in the quiet room, in five minutes.
-You've got to give them what they want.
This'll work, trust me.
You're all being absolutely ridiculous.
-Why am I wasting my time for this?
Where's the talent scout?
-There is no talent scout.
-Like there is no pizza.
-Or ice cream.
Or anything that those two said there'd be.
I don't get it.
They lied just to get us here.
No, he didn't lie. I did.
And I had to, because when he told the truth, none of you came.
Because none of us want anything to do with a party for Alex.
Yeah, I mean, he was the only one who didn't sign my birthday card.
He hates birthdays.
If he hates them, like, why are we all here?
Because he wants to change Alex's mind.
Oh, good luck with that.
I'll do it on my own, then.
I can imagine how that'll turn out.
Archie's got something he wants to say to you.
I'm sorry I snapped at you about the coat.
So, you can move in.
How about it, roomie?
I asked Mike. He said you were telling the truth.
-You asked Mike?
So you didn't believe me?
I don't want to move in with somebody who doesn't trust me.
First thing goes missing and I'll get the blame.
-Keep your room.
It'll be great, honest.
We don't need anyone else.
We can do a brilliant party, just you and me, yeah?
Oh, look, this stuff will come in handy.
I don't understand how anyone could hate birthdays either.
I love them.
What was your best birthday ever?
I'm not moving in with Archie any more.
All this rubbish cluttering up my room is yours.
You gave these to me, but you'll probably forget
and go around telling everyone else I took them!
-How's the party planning going?
-It means a lot to Finn.
-Of course it does.
Of course it does? What does that mean?
Where's my painting? Who took it?
Oh, me, don't worry. I put it safe, it's over there.
Right, make sure there's enough for everyone. Anyone seen Finn?
-I'll give him a shout.
-All right, but leave your plate on the...
We eat at the...table.
I thought you'd all be baking a birthday cake by now.
-Nope, I don't want anything to do with it.
-A birthday cake?
Yeah. Alex's surprise birthday party.
-I don't think Alex wants a party.
-Yeah, well, Finn does.
Yeah, he's already planning it.
Alex doesn't want us to plan anything, OK?
That was you, not Finn. This is Finn's idea.
He's the only one who's bothered.
He's doing something nice for someone else.
It wouldn't hurt if one or two others around here did the same.
Finn, it's lunch.
I don't want this. Stop messing with my life!
I thought I was doing something good.
You thought he'd be happy, right?
Why wouldn't he be?
Are there any more beans?
Could you pass the beans, please?
If a certain somebody wants beans, then he can get up and get them.
Keep your stupid beans.
What is going on with you two, eh?
They've had a tiff. Seven of one, half a dozen of the other.
One sausage left. Anyone?
BOTH: Yes, please!
You've got to be kidding me.
You're my friend.
Then listen, friend. Don't throw me a party.
I hate birthdays.
Birthdays are nice.
People do nice things on your birthday.
And say nice things.
You blow out your candles...
..and you make a wish.
..those wishes...come true.
I wished my dad would do something special on my birthday.
He took me to Blackpool.
We went on all the rides.
We built sand castles.
Then had fish and chips.
And walked back through the lights.
It was the best day of my life.
Good for you, but I still don't like them.
I never have and I never will.
They're dumb and they're stupid.
This is ruined because of you.
With your football and then smearing paint all over it.
I can't hand this in.
I'm going to fail.
-And it's all your fault.
It's your fault, Sasha, yours.
You should've done it ages ago.
But you didn't because you couldn't care less.
If you did, you would take it to be marked.
It's up to you.
What's going on?
Birthdays are dumb and stupid.
Like, like me.
One of the rules in this house is that we do not damage property.
Either your own or somebody else's.
I don't know what's going on between you two,
but you need to get over it. Now.
Do you understand?
Look, you two are best mates.
You guys need each other.
So why don't you just shake hands, apologise, and move on?
-I'm not shaking his hand.
And if anyone has to apologise, it's him.
Well, if they can't sort it out between themselves, well,
maybe we should go down the official route.
Well, if you can't live under the same roof,
you'll have to find a place in another home.
-We move out?
-Not both of you, just one.
To Sleepy Hollow.
It's a house on an island...more of a rock really.
I mean, it doesn't have the best reputation.
But as the owner said in court, accidents happen.
Who stays...and who goes?
-Are you serious?
Finn wanted to do something for you
and you just kicked him right in the teeth.
-Yeah, well, I didn't want a party.
-But he does.
It's all right for him with his greatest birthday ever,
-but some of us have never had a nice party or...
-Neither has he.
Finn had never celebrated his birthday till he came here.
Jodi told me.
Nobody had given him a cake, a card.
His dad took him to Blackpool.
He was put into care the day he was born.
He's never met his dad.
Well, the people don't care about you here.
Why should you care about them?
Why do anything if no-one appreciates you?
Because I am me. I'm Finn McLaine.
I'm taking it to be marked.
If only to prove to Finn that I care.
Right, well, good luck.
I think you're going to need it.
I heard that.
We can't decide who should stay and who should go.
So we're asking everyone to vote.
-I'm a good friend to everyone here.
-So am I.
But who's the best friend?
So you're asking me who I prefer?
Yeah, who do you want to vote for?
Neither of you.
Because you're worried about upsetting one of us?
No, because I hate you both equally.
Which one of us do you like the best?
I don't like either of you.
We'll chalk those off as one each, then.
Right, let's see what everyone else thinks.
Don't be a doormat, son.
Don't let everyone walk all over you.
I just want to make you proud.
I'd like to think I'm a good person in this house.
Someone who cares about other people.
Someone who always tries to do right by everyone.
Someone who cares.
If you vote for me, you'll be voting for kindness and goodness.
In my time here at Ashdene Ridge, I've become a problem solver.
I'm here for everyone and anyone.
A sympathetic ear and a shoulder to cry on.
If I left this house,
I'm not sure what would happen to the people who rely on me.
So vote for me, please.
So now we vote.
Who should go...
And who should stay.
I believe that Joseph has made a very strong case.
I knew it!
I believe Archie has made a very strong case.
Thought as much.
One vote each.
-It's still a draw.
-Yeah, but we haven't asked everyone in the house.
The artist returns.
How'd you get on?
Well, my teacher looked at my work and...
she loved it!
-She loved it?
She said, now let me get this right.
She said it was a searing attack, you know, on modern pop culture.
Throwing paint on it was a Jackson Pollock-esque statement
and that the beans had something to do with
Andy Warhol's 15 minutes of fame. Yeah.
Turns out, I'm the artistic voice of my generation.
Ohh, game face.
How is the referendum going?
Who is in and who is out?
We've asked everyone.
We've counted up the votes and it's still a draw.
Are you sure you've asked everyone?
Everyone except Finn.
Which means that Finn has the casting vote.
-What do you want?
-We're asking everyone to vote.
-Which one of us should stay.
-And which one of us should go.
It's up to you to decide who.
We've asked everyone and it's still a draw.
If you vote for me, you'll have a whole room to yourself.
If you vote for me, you'll have a whole room to yourself.
You'll be gone and I'll move into your room.
-You wouldn't be able to stop me.
-Yes, I would.
-You won't be here.
It's a draw because nobody wants to send either of you away.
You leave here when you find a forever family,
not because we'll send you away.
Do you want to leave?
Then move in together, then I'll have my own room.
-A bit rude.
-It's my room, too!
Not any more!
What do you think?
I'm sorry I didn't give you the birthday of your dreams
and I'm sorry I wasn't there for you growing up.
I'm sorry you had to live here.
I know you like it here, but I know you would've liked to have grown-up
in a house with a mum and a dad.
And a dog.
And a dog.
It would've been nice to have a normal life.
But I was always busy playing football.
Training and matches.
We'd have never seen each other.
I've never seen you.
And you've never seen me.
Not in real life.
Are you part of me?
KNOCK AT DOOR Go away.
I just wanted to apologise.
-Because you called me dumb and stupid?
-I didn't say that.
I said the parties were, not you.
Look, I just wanted to say sorry.
It's just me and my stuff
and nobody's ever done anything for my birthday before.
And it was nice, it was really nice.
And to say sorry, we've...
We've got something to show you.
OK, you're nearly there.
# Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside... #
-We wanted to recreate the best birthday ever.
-Welcome to Blackpool!
SINGING TRAILS OFF
Finn! What's going on?
It didn't happen.
My best birthday, it didn't happen.
It's a lie.
It's not a lie, mate. It's, it's called being imaginative.
We all make up things when real things aren't good.
I know I do.
I did, but then, you know,
there's the danger that we miss out on the good stuff in the real world.
And sometimes it can be even better than a made-up one.
Like when a mate wants to throw a party for you.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Come and dance!
It's nice doing something for your birthday, isn't it?
It's not my birthday.
-But when it is?
-I'll do something, yeah.
Something with Finn, if that's all right.
Hey, Finn. Finn.
Now, I know a party isn't a party without me,
but I've been busy creating my latest masterpiece.
I'm sorry for biting your head off earlier.
Turns out you were right about caring.
I passed and it's all down to you.
So, I made you this...
as a way of a thank you.
-Do you like it?
-It looks nothing like him.
-It looks rubbish.
-Are you serious?
One last surprise. Ta-da!
You can't go to Blackpool without seeing the illuminations, right?
We'll leave you to it.
Looks like you don't need me any more. You're in the real world now.
You've got Alex and Charley and everyone. Even Sasha.
A whole house full of people that'll help you if you need it.
And not that you will, you're growing up fast.
You've got a room of your own and a big future.
Life, son. Life.
I am going to have to let you go, aren't I?
I'll always be here for you.
I love you, son.
Proud of you.