Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. A stray dog upsets Dolly, so Tracy tells her they can foster him.
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He's been pestering me for weeks.
-Dumb fleabag! He got upstairs yesterday! ..Get out of it.
Don't! He's lovely!
Go on! ..Why do they always gravitate round me? I HATE dogs!
Hey! Lovely Fang!
Careful! He might bite!
Go on! Get out of it! And good riddance!
I'll see to her.
-He looks just like Rocket.
-My dog. I had him since he was a puppy.
He ran away the night my foster parents went to Australia.
He maybe knew they were going and didn't want to end up in a dog home.
So he set off into the big, wide world to have his own adventures.
When you're big, you can get another dog.
I'm big now - said the teacher at my new school. So I CAN get a dog.
Hmm. Well, I don't know.
-Who'd look after it?
-I'm not sure.
It's not that I don't WANT to, but we'll have to ask permission.
You don't need permission. You're Tracy Beaker!
-SAID I'd get them.
-An old lady died and they were clearing out her house.
Ugh! Some of her hair might be on it! Gross!
What do you think? Louise.
-Babelicious or what?
But it would be GREAT for Dolly!
-Didn't YOU have a pet when you were seven?
-That's the best you can do? Pathetic.
-I'll be honest with you.
If adults say that, they're trying to get you round to their opinion.
Let me finish! Who would look after it?
Who would groom it, clean up after it?
Take it for walks in all weathers.
'The prize for best looked-after dog goes to Tracy Beaker!'
-Me and Dolly. It'd be the best-loved dog ever.
How would YOU feel, if the thing you loved most was taken from you,
so your horrid foster family could go to Australia?
Awful. But we can't, but it's the rules.
-How about a rabbit?
Are we not allowed?
Did I say that?
-Adele, what time is it?
-My dad's coming at 11.
-There's free lip gloss in this.
-Hi, Justine! Nice dress.
-Want a chocolate button?
What's this? What's this?
What's this? What's this?
Come on! What's this? What's this? Good boy!
Hey! You and Louise fancy a film with us tonight?
-What is it?
-Just name it!
-Don't mind me(!)
-So...yes or no?
-Well, depends what time I get back.
-That's a yes!
-You've got an admirer.
-KNOCK AT DOOR
-That's my dad!
Aw, it's great to see you, love! You look pretty!
I hope you don't mind, but there's someone who wants to join us today.
This is Carrie.
Oh, no, I forgot! I've got a school project that's to be in tomorrow,
and I haven't started it yet.
Gotta finish it! See you!
Fang! Lovely Fang! Thanks, Tracy!
-What are we going to do now these have run out?
-Raid the kitchen.
Where's he going to sleep?
-What if he needs a pee?
How will we get Fang to the garden without Duke seeing?
No problem. We'll just have to be organised.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Wasn't your dad was taking you out?
-He had to go somewhere. Here's your magazine back.
-Never mind, sounds like you've got a hot date tonight.
-Like he fancies me(!)
-He does. Be nice - you can borrow some make-up.
-Quick! In the basket!
Come on, it's lunch! Tracy!
-KNOCK AT DOOR
-You got anything for the wash?
-No, not today!
-You fib, Tracy!
-There's a whole pile there!
-Yes... I have...a whole pile of washing.
-But you can't have it.
The last time you did it, it shrunk.
Cam had to buy me a new wardrobe,
although she's poor. I promised her I'd do it all by hand.
-The machine's complicated.
-Yes, I know.
What you doing?
What are you waiting for? Come on, it's LUNCH!
I'll stick one of these up on the notice board in the hall.
They usually come back when they're hungry.
-Is that his name?
Yeah, well, I'll call if I hear anything.
Justine! Louise! Lunch!
Louise? Can you take...? Hang on.
-It's that dog again!
-That's it! This is war.
-Oh, that's so gross!
-What's going on?
-Don't move! Don't move!
It's everywhere and it's...
-My sock! Oh!
-That stinks, Louise!
-Was it a scruffy, mutty type of dog?
Yes! It was a scruffy, mutty type of doggy!
Here! Come on!
Who's a good boy?
-If Duke catches him, he'll make him into a pie!
-You've got US now.
We won't let Duke get you.
-Come to Dukie!
-Come on, Fang! Come to Dukie!
-Dolly? You all right, Dolly?
Dolly, are you sure you don't know where this dog is?
I rang Vikram and asked him to come.
-If it IS his dog, there's a £10 reward.
-He's someone's pet?!
-You HAVE to!
-OK! But I can't promise much walking.
-Be a good boy.
-Whose dog is he?
He's one of the dogs for the um...
dog walking for the elderly... um...thing.
But you can't do it?
Ooh! Pulled a muscle! Ooh! Got to rest it. See ya!
Hey! But I thought you said...
Tracy! He's someone's pet!
Oh! We DID see him, didn't we? Down by the canal?
Getting a boat to the West Indies.
Can I ask you something...personal?
It's a bit... You know.
You're a really good mate. You know that.
And because you're a good mate,
I thought I could ask you...
Would Louise go out with me?
-I have to take him back.
-But if the old lady finds he's too much, I'll have him.
He's really funny and no trouble.
-Yeah. It's the way he looks at you. That cheeky grin.
He's not grinning - he's baring his teeth.
No! You wouldn't! You're never naughty!
Is that why you couldn't keep me? I wasn't funny enough? Too naughty?
-It wasn't like that!
-Come on, Fang.
-D'you fancy Lol?
-He asked if you'd go out with him.
-Should I say yes?
No way. He's far too immature.
-Hey, what's up?
My dad and me were going out today,
and he brought his new girlfriend, and you know...
His girlfriend?! That is so not cool.
Tell you what, let's go upstairs, and I'll give you a make-over.
Yeah? Use my new tongs?
Ugh! Dead lady hair!
Fang! Where've you been? Where've you been?
Why not use that to get a pet?
I really LIKE rabbits!
I had a rabbit with long ears and massive feet. Better than a dog.
There's the boring way of doing things, and the Tracy Beaker way.
Subtitles by Emma Biggins BBC Broadcast 2003