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# I can make my world come true All my dreams will see me through
# With a smile upon my face I can see a better place
# Doesn't matter what may come my way
# Believe me now I will win some day. #
That is the last time I let her stay up on a Friday.
She's exhausted, poor mite. She'd better stay in bed all day today.
I'm not tired!
Staying all day in the Dumping Ground, are you?
-WE probably are cos your dad won't turn up again.
Jenny, Dad and Carrie are here. ..Gotta go.
FEET CLUMP ON STAIRS
Come on, Lol!
Bouncer, your turn - blow.
Saturday, remember? Water bombs, soapy slides on the lawn? Fun?
-We're going out with our aunt.
-Cancel her. We had an arrangement.
Let's see. Going to the aquarium, seeing the sharks...
-Followed by me eating my bodyweight in junk food...
-And a movie.
Or a kiddies' paddling pool and some washing-up liquid? I think not.
One day, my mum will tear up the lawn and put a swimming pool in.
-Here we go!
-She's got the biggest swimming pool in Hollywood.
-It's true, honest.
-Yeah, and I'm gonna be the next James Bond.
Your mate not around this weekend?
She's doing a stupid course on saving the giant tree whale.
Why don't you go round to Ben's?
His aunt and uncle are taking him out, cos his parents are away.
Everyone's getting a fun day out except me.
-PADDLING POOL FARTS
-What do you fancy doing today?
-I don't know.
-How about a trip to the computer shop?
-I have all the latest games.
-We could buy you some new music.
-Dad gives me money for CDs.
We'll put our thinking caps on while you get dressed.
Everything money can buy, but what made you happy when you were a kid?
Hanging around with my dad on weekends.
Sorry. Mum might drop by in a helicopter to take me out.
Where's she gonna land a helicopter if she's already put the pool in?
You know what, Tracy Beaker, no-one believes your stories.
-Right, that's it!
-Hey! Stop it.
-Why not go out and play?
-I don't play. I do interesting things.
-Just half an hour, until Nathan gets here.
-She's being mean to me. Can I have an ice cream?
-Nice try. No.
Now we don't eat between meals, do we?
Hide and seek, me first.
I bet Ben's aunt and uncle
are organising the most exciting day out in the universe for him.
Fishing? With worms and camp stools by the canal like old people?!
I enjoyed fishing with my dad.
Coming, ready or not!
-You watched me hide!
-I didn't. I just know all the hiding places.
-Think of somewhere decent to hide.
Oh, I can't find Dolly anywhere.
I give up.
-This place needs a good clean.
-I knew we didn't have fishing rods.
-So, what else have you got planned?
-I know, let's clean the garage.
We can chat while we work.
Great(!) I'm just going to nip off to the toilet before we start.
Beaker! You've got to help me.
A bit clever, I thought.
I suggested we clean the garage, give him a chance to open up to me.
-My friend Tracy just rang. She's coming round.
Tracy's cool. One of the staff at her place will bring her.
She must be rich if her family has staff.
-Slept in, no time for breakfast?
-Hurry! It's an emergency!
-Tracy's going to Ben's. Play with Dolly.
-She's in the garden.
-Playing hide and seek.
-No, with you.
VEHICLE DRAWS UP
Oh, if you MUST drive people around in your disgusting old car,
-then get it fixed!
-Hi. I'm Duke.
The staff have to check everyone out before leaving me anywhere.
Duke, there's no Texas chainsaw murderers around.
If that's their car, they won't kidnap me for ransom. You can go.
She grows on you...honest.
-Um...how many staff at your place?
-Three, four if Elaine comes.
-So your parents must have important jobs.
Household staff, security checks?
Ben hasn't told you anything about me, has he?
-My mum does have a very important job.
Looks like I got here just in time.
-You've got no kids?
-Then listen and learn.
Saturday isn't for cleaning out garages. It's for F-U-N - fun.
-Maybe Ben wants to clean the garage with his uncle.
Oh, I mean, I don't mind. I'll get cleaned up.
Where will we go? I like the beach.
-And you're a young lady who gets her own way.
-I take after my mother.
She's an A-list movie megastar.
She's friendly to the other actors, but she always gets the best.
-What did you say your mother's name was?
-I don't want the paparazzi to find me.
-Why don't you live with her?
She wants me to have a normal life. Hollywood kids are spoilt brats.
Right, beach it is.
Dolly? Are you not bored yet? I can see you miles away.
Got you! Dolly?
Dolly, the game's over.
Come out now. Dolly?
-Tell me Dolly's in the house with you.
-No, she's with you.
Thanks. Come on, let's go.
-So, that's what kids like?
-It's what Tracy likes.
Obviously Ben just goes along with her because of who she is.
I'm tired of hide and seek.
What are YOU doing here?
Tracy Beaker lost me!
Oh, come here.
-You have got a lot of explaining to do, young lady.
-So have you.
-You said we didn't eat between meals.
-Tracy's having a great time, isn't she?
-That's the main thing(!)
You don't have to do everything her way because her mother is famous.
She told you her mum's a film star?
We're trying to be understanding, but today's supposed to be for YOU.
More fun now, I insist.
-Right! Hold it right there.
-Let me explain.
-Ben is not your servant and we are not your staff.
You are a very spoilt and rude girl.
She's a famous person's daughter! She'll get kidnapped out there.
We'll be sued. We'll never live this down. Get after her!
You two have got worse imaginations than Tracy Beaker!
-Her mum isn't famous.
-You don't know anything about kids.
-Oh, I thought you were at Ben's all day.
-I'd rather stay here.
Coming, ready or not!
Dolly, where are y...?
I didn't mean what I said. I'm really sorry.
It's my fault.
Sometimes I say dumb things.
-We're going to the Adventure Park tomorrow.
-Would you like to come?
Let's ask my staff, shall we?
Tracy Beaker! Are you trying to lose me again?!
Hey, you! Don't move a muscle.
-Wow! Whose is that?
I told him to get a bigger car if they were gonna keep taking us out.
-Will you stay for supper?
-Where are we going?
-Tracy, can you come in the office, please?
No, I'm going out for a spin.
-We'll see you in a little while.
You haven't told her.
Good. It's better she hears about it here.
We really want this.
-They want what?!
-Ben's aunt and uncle want to foster you.
I can see this is a bit of a shock.
Thank you for finally realising
that your job was to find me rich, good-looking foster parents.
-I need to talk to Cam about this.
-It's got nothing to do with Cam!
-You're making a mistake.
-Don't you dare phone Cam behind my back.
-Yes, yes! When are you taking me home with you?
-We could spend time getting to know each other better.
-Adults like to think about things.
-Especially as we'd be going away.
We're going away?! I have to tell everyone!
-You're going too fast.
-One demerit point for running in the house.
I MEAN, I want you to think carefully about the fostering offer.
OK. I'm thinking VERY carefully... On one hand,
there's great foster parents who'll love me, take me on holidays
and spoil me. On the other hand, there's the Dumping Ground,
which is full of kids I have to share everything with.
Hmm, now, that's a hard decision(!) Not!
Tracy will be your new cousin.
-We thought you'd be happy.
I'm happy you're taking my friend to live in Scotland, where I'll never see her(!)
I've come to tell you losers that I'm going on holiday with my new foster parents.
We're probably going to Florida.
-I'm fed up with Tracy Beaker getting fostered.
Aren't you pleased to see the back of her? Fostering doesn't get rid of her.
She comes back like a boomerang. What makes them think they can cope?
Even Cam brought her back.
We could give them the Tracy Beaker treatment and see how they rate.
"Exploding onto your screens, the chaos that is The Full Beaker"!
No, really, we could test them out, with stuff like patience...
and understanding. Dolly can test their panic button.
If they're not up to it, Tracy finds out now and doesn't get hurt.
I thought you didn't care. I, er, I don't.
They're jealous. Pretend you're going to buy me heaps of stuff.
-He's been looking for an excuse to buy the latest computer game.
-And going to Scotland - you wouldn't mind?
-I'd prefer somewhere hot...
-Scotland it is, I'm afraid.
-We can check out the Loch Ness Monster!
-It's certainly going to be entertaining living with Tracy!
Especially when the fire brigade comes. That's always a laugh.
- Fire brigade? - Tracy set fire to the last house.
- Was anyone hurt? - Tracy's feelings. She was dumped back here.
She's emotionally scarred. She sets fire to everywhere she goes. Tragic.
Remind me to increase the house insurance.
That was very dangerous!
-You tried to get Tracy fostered!
-Jenny had no right to call you!
-How could you?! Tracy and I lived together!
-You sent her back!
-I had a right to send her to Scotland!
-But she's my...
Exactly. We'll discuss this later. I've got an appointment.
Generosity. Justine... Generosity's mine!
-go next? It's MY turn next.
You owe me.
Pardon? For taking my best friend away.
Ben's Tracy's best friend. I've got behavioural problems. This could set me off.
Pay up. We don't want innocent children suffering.
Oh, um, you'd better hurry. ..The ice-cream van.
Kate can't resist ice cream.
Get enough for everyone!
-KNOCK AT DOOR
And they didn't blab. Trustworthy...check.
It's MY turn. Now is it MY turn?!
We have to spread it out or they'll get suspicious.
I won't let them foster me if you don't want me to.
I can't give you what they can.
I don't need lots of stuff. All I ever wanted was for you to...
I couldn't love you more if I was your mum.
I wish I could say, "Let's try again," but...
I do want to be your friend... always.
I'll be downstairs.
You're staying for lunch. Go and meet Kate and Jasper.
Panic button, Dolly - you're on.
Hey! Don't blow a valve!
It's "sense of humour" next.
Jasper, Kate, meet Cam Lawson.
She used to look after Tracy. They're great friends.
You brought Tracy back here. Er, Kate means...
we've become fond of Tracy, but she's a challenge.
You could give us survival tips. SCREAMS
Are you hurt?
-Panic button, check!
-Jenny! They're trying to annoy my foster parents!
-We're testing them.
Of Boomerang Beaker, always flying back to the Dumping Ground?! Aw-w!
Now it's definitely my turn.
Sense of humour...
You'll all be punished for this!
Sense of humour - check!
You're a match for the Beaker. She's yours.
-I don't want you to go to Scotland.
-Is that what's been wrong?
But you can come too. ..So can you, Cam. There's room in the new car.
..Can they? Please? It would be fantastic.
Hi, everybody! ..Eurgh!
Why are you all wet?
You'd regret it later. I wouldn't!
-You didn't tell Tracy she was going to live in Scotland.
But...if I go to Scotland, I wouldn't get to see you any more.
If you want to stay with your friends - with Cam -
-But I don't know what to do!
Tell me what to do. If you were a friend, you'd tell me what to do.
You are getting a very special kid.
Give her everything she's dreamed of, or you'll have me to answer to.
-Some friend. You didn't put up a fight for me.
-They're good people.
Foster parents aren't all they're cracked up to be. You proved that.
I am going to go to Scotland...
..for a holiday. Then I'm coming back here.
Looks like you're stuck with me.
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