Two episodes of the drama series. Layla is determined to get her Cub Scout badges, but will she accept some Beaker assistance?
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-You've ruined it!
-It took her ages to do that.
It is to her. If she finishes two badges, she gets to go camping.
He's just jealous!
-He got kicked out of the cubs.
-That's a lie!
-Yes, it is.
They begged me to stay, but it was so boring...I left.
-Elaine, it's perfectly fine. It was checked last week.
I think it should be replaced.
Shelley, will you watch me while I do my badge tasks?
I'd love to, Layla, but I'm really busy.
I have to have someone to observe me.
Tracy... I need someone I can trust, someone responsible.
Would you and Jackie observe Layla doing her badges?
I could do that for you. I know all about Cub badges.
Course we will, Shelley. ..Come on.
Get lost, Michael.
Never mind, Michael. You can help me.
Duke, have you any idea
how many germs there are on this?
-Hundreds of thousands. And what about your hands?!
-That's what you think. But at this very second
your palms are teeming with a writhing mass of bacteria.
From now on, I want you to wear these for all food preparation.
-Come on, Elaine.
-We were only watching!
I'll catch you up. I'm just making a drink.
Watch out! The germs are loose!
Duke, I'm ready to put my cake in the oven now.
OK, I'll show you how to set the temperature.
You didn't see anything, did you, Hayley?
-You OK in there, Layla?
-Sure you don't want any help?
-I've got to do it on my own.
There, that should do it.
Can I come in and play yet?
In a minute. One more peg.
-Never mind, Layla.
-Why don't I just mark it down you've done it?
-But I haven't.
Have you seen the list of things she wants to do?
-She only needs two badges.
-She really wants to go camping.
Time for a little Beaker-style assistance.
-If we help Layla, what's in it for us?
-Assisting your fellow inmate.
How about a financial reward?
-Time is money, Tracy.
-I can't give you money.
-Oh, too bad.
I am partial to a little blackmail.
What if I don't tell Shelley that you two were up all night
playing Cowboy Racer on this very console?
And it was YOU who stuffed this week's supply of Cheese Puffs
and then innocently denied it under interrogation by Duke.
-They're so cheesy.
-OK. That's sorted then.
-What d'you mean "no"?
-I want to do the badges all by myself.
ALL: Suits us.
-Fine. Do it your way.
-It's OK, Layla. We'll manage without her.
-It won't take you long to see the error of your ways.
-So what's next?
The last part of my Emergency Aid Badge.
I don't know anything about first aid.
Don't look at me.
-So this is the recovery position.
First aid. Excellent.
Well, as a fully qualified health and safety expert,
I'd better be in charge of something like this. You can all join in.
-Yes, a bit tighter might be good.
-Good. Concentrate, boys!
Michael, why don't you join in this one? Jackie hasn't got a partner.
-Do I have to?
-Really, Jackie... That's very unkind.
At least with arm fractures there's no blood. I hate blood. Even the...
Don't be so silly, Nathan.
-Michael, stop it! It's too tight! You're hurting me!
Oh, my nose!
I think...I'm going to...
-Oh, me, too!
-Oh, me too!
-Oh, mass faint!
Elaine, you've got to pinch your nose for ten minutes.
That's enough everyone, please!
-Bouncer, and the rest of you! Pack it in!
I give up!
Nathan, what do you think your playing at?
I'm never going to get even two badges at this rate.
-I really want to go on the camping trip.
Maybe Tracy was right. Maybe you do need a bit of help.
But that's cheating.
< Layla! Your cake's ready.
Ooh, looks perfect!
-Why aren't you wearing your gloves and hairnets?
Duke, really! A sharp knife like that!
I'll do it, Layla.
I must say it looks very scrummy.
I think I ought to taste it too.
That's Jackie's job!
You two are friends. I can be totally unbiased.
I can't pass that. I'm sorry, Layla. No badge.
I didn't do it! I didn't!
What is it?
-Tracy! I've changed my mind!
-It's time for a little help.
I knew you'd see sense.
Bouncer, I can still see creases!
Very good. Write Road Safety on the back.
Crash, it's no good if it doesn't work!
Not on the carpet, Tracy!
-Whose excellent idea was this?
-Even geniuses get it wrong occasionally.
Stop chatting, you two!
-Haven't you got enough badges now?
-We've done Home Help, Road Safety,
Scientist, and Global Conservation. That's got to be enough.
-It's probably just a practice.
-Exactly! Keep working!
-Why aren't you all outside?
-Everybody out! NOW!
Right, everyone round this side.
No, no, round this side.
Second thoughts, everyone round the tent in a circle.
-I'm surprised at you cheating, Layla.
-I'm sorry, Shelley.
I've never been camping before.
I can't pass you on badges you haven't done by yourself.
-That wouldn't be fair, would it?
-What is it, Hayley?
Michael put the glove in the cake!
-You liar, Hayley.
Well, that changes things a bit, doesn't it?
Let's have a look at that cake. Michael, you're on litter duty.
Excuse us, Elaine.
I haven't finished yet.
Delicious. You've earned your chef's badge. Well done.
-I just need one more badge.
-Layla's brilliant at first aid.
-I'm not sure about that.
I wasn't impressed with your session this morning.
That wasn't my fault.
I know what to do for burns, choking, cuts and electric shocks.
-Yes, but saying it isn't enough.
-We'll prove it. >
Jackie, remember that accident you had at school?
Yeah, blood and gore everywhere.
-They had to sew your arm on.
-Yeah, and both my legs.
And they sewed them on... back to front.
Quick, Layla. He's going to faint.
Deep breath, Nathan.
And if Duke was choking to death
on a piece of cake...
I think you've proved your point.
-You've got your Emergency Aid Badge.
I'm going camping!
Don't even think of switching off! I know where you live.
-What are you doing?
This is Sufia. She's just arrived.
-She'll be sharing your room.
-This is MY room, Tracy's room.
Not "Tracy and anyone else's room". Can't you dump her on Justine?
Sufia doesn't speak English.
I thought you could look after her. You're such a sweet, caring person.
Oh, just bog off!
SNORING IS EVEN LOUDER
-Who is that?
-Hi, I'm Hayley.
-What's your name?
Sufia doesn't speak English.
She doesn't speak English? Hi, Sufia.
-You've got the biggest nose I've ever seen.
-Leave off, saddo.
And, Sufia, I love your scarf, it's really ugly, just like you.
Nice one, Sufia.
-You're gonna regret that.
-Back off, Michael.
-Who's gonna make me?
We are. Got it?
-Oi! No girls allowed!
-What, because I might show you up?
-Show her, Lol!
Now, who are we gonna blame this one on?
But we were saving up to buy Revenge Of The Reptiles.
Now I can't get Grandpa a birthday present.
You should've thought of that before you played football in the house.
-You break things, you pay for them.
-I'll break you in a minute!
No new computer game? What a shame.
Oh, don't worry, Jackie.
Your granddad's so la-la, he won't even know it's his birthday.
-What did you say?
-Shut up, Michael.
-He doesn't even know what day of the week it is.
-It's not worth it.
I'm glad you've made Sufia welcome.
I'll be holding an art competition to replace the broken painting.
We're a bit busy at the moment.
-We want a group picture of everyone at Stowey House.
-I'll pin the best entry on the wall.
-Can't we pin Tracy on the wall?
-LOUD AND SLOW:
-Make yourself feel at home. I'll just be over here.
-Did you want something?
-Can I borrow the green paint, please?
Is that supposed to be Jackie?
No reason. Thanks.
Hey, Hayley, what's up?
Er, I've...come to borrow your green paint.
Sure, I'll just get it for you now.
I've seen Tracy's painting and it's brilliant. You should be worried.
I'm not worried.
I'm the best artist in the universe.
Hey! Duke, it's your lucky day!
-For £5 each, we'll weed your vegetable patch.
-What do you say?!
£5?! You lot haven't done any chores in days!
-You should weed it for free. It really needs a tidy-up...
Where are you going? Come back here!
-This is hopeless.
-We're not giving up yet.
I'm sure there's an easier way of making money, right under our noses.
That's it! We can play cards with people and win money off them!
Yeah. Piece of cake! Grandpa and me used to play cards all the time.
-But how will we be sure we'll win?
-Because, my dear brother...
..I have a plan.
That's great, Hayley. Shelley's got a tough choice.
Not if I've anything to do with it!
-Wanna join us?
-Yeah, all right.
-Blimey, those cards look a bit battered.
-We're playing for money?
-I'm not sure if I'm allowed to do that.
-Scared you lose?
-No, I don't want to rob kids of their pocket money.
Oh, don't worry about that.
Right, the first person to get five of the same colour wins.
LOUD MUSIC PLAYS
-Oi! Turn it off!
-Get lost, Beaker.
-How am I meant to concentrate with all this racket?
-Not my problem.
"Not my problem." So childish.
SWITCHES MUSIC OFF
As you think I'm so childish, Tracy Beaker, you'll be expecting this.
Come back here, you little brat!
-You wouldn't dare...
-Oh, you know me, I'm always up for a dare!
I'll get the first-aid kit!
-For heavens' sake, it's only paint!
-Inside now! Go and get cleaned up.
And you lose again!
I can't understand it. I'm usually lucky at cards.
Pay up, then.
-You're not playing cards with them?
They're scamming you! They've bent the red ones!
We only did it cos we wanted to buy Revenge Of The Reptiles.
Now it looks like we're never gonna get it.
-Revenge Of... The video game?
Why didn't you say?
-It's OK for you two. What can I do about Grandpa's present?
Did you do this?
You OK, Jackie?
Sorted out your grandpa's birthday present yet?
Wanna give him this?
-Don't you want to go in the competition?
-It doesn't matter.
I reckon Hayley will win, anyway.
I'm pleased to announce that the painter of the winning entry is...
There is no way she painted that herself. Someone's helped her.
Michael, Tracy made you look very handsome in her picture,
so let's just leave it there, shall we?
Well, done, Tracy. Here's your prize.
I'm very impressed.
I've one more announcement to make.
Sufia won't be staying with us. She'll be leaving this afternoon.
I know it's not fair that I didn't tell everyone you did the painting.
I'm not the sort of person to say sorry. Even if I did, you wouldn't understand it, but, anyway...
all I really wanted to say was...
this is for you.
Tracy! You gave your prize to Sufia! That was a lovely thing to do.
Oh, no problem. I'm "such a sweet, caring person".
Subtitles by Dorothy Moore BBC Broadcast 2004
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Two episodes of the drama series about a young girl who is looking for a foster home. Layla is determined to get her Cub Scout badges, but will she accept some Beaker-style assistance? Tracy's nose is put out of joint when she's forced to share her room with a new arrival.