Just Desserts/Mind Your Own Business The Story of Tracy Beaker


Just Desserts/Mind Your Own Business

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Tracy takes an instant dislike to Cam's book agent.


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# I can make my world come true All my dreams will see me through

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-# It doesn't matter What may come my way...

-No! No!

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# Believe me now I will win some day. #

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ALARM RINGS

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Sorry, I forgot to turn them off.

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It's a waste of a Saturday. And they're paying you peanuts.

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I like peanuts. See ya.

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What? You guys are up early.

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It would've been a disaster if Bouncer was late.

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-And if I'd got hold of him!

-You can't blame him for being excited.

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-It's only a crummy Saturday job, and the money's pants.

-Pants? Cool!

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Money's not everything.

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-Encouragement would've been better than whingeing.

-I don't whinge.

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I wouldn't know how to whinge.

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-It gets him out of this dump.

-I know you love us really, Jackie.

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Can I have that last sausage, please?

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It's for my friend, Elvis the Alien.

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-He's invisible.

-All right, Marco. Just this once.

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Hey! HE'S eaten it!

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I'm putting it in a safe place for Elvis.

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Yuck.

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-Can my pretend friend have an egg?

-Jackie, this is a serious business.

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He's right.

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I'd best be off. I'm going to my friend's.

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CHILDREN HOWL

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-Hiya, Maureen. ..Dave.

-Welcome aboard. Dave'll get you started.

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-Bradley.

-My friends call me Bouncer.

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Well, why don't I call you Orphanage Boy?!

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We'll see where we go from there.

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I thought you might need help on your shopping trip.

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Too late.

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But...

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-Oh, this is Zara. She's my agent.

-But you look like a newsreader.

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Exactly! It's perfect.

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And this must be the little girl you've been telling me about.

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-Delightful.

-Delightful?

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Do you know what happened to the last person who did that?

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BURP!

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Beep! 55 million light years. >

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Beep! 51 million light years.

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-Beep!

-Marco, isn't it your turn to help us clean the cutlery?

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But, Duke, I've got to help Elvis get back to his home planet.

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You let him get away with it just like that. What if I told you...

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-my imaginary friend didn't believe in polishing?

-Jackie,

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-you're too mature and sensible for that sort of thing.

-No, I'm not.

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I mean, yeah, of course I am.

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OK... Um... Yes...

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Um... Yeah, it is a children's book.

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Um... But...

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I would also like it to be read by people as well. Um...

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People who like...stories and...

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you know, stuff.

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Cam, that was spectacularly awful. Far too much um-ing and ah-ing.

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-Um...

-She can't help it if she's not very good with words.

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You can't expect a publisher to believe in you

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if you don't believe in yourself. All right...

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I AM Camilla Lawson.

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And I have written the best book in the world.

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I AM Camilla Lawson.

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And I have written the best book in the world.

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-Hey, that felt good.

-But you sounded all wrong.

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-She sounded confident and professional.

-And that's NOT Cam.

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Tracy, you're not exactly helping. Perhaps it might be better if you...

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-You need Zara to tell you what to say?

-It isn't long till my meeting.

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-My people will call your people.

-Tracy!

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Beaker, you're back early.

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-No, I'm back at the time I want to be back.

-Whatever.

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-Do you want to see how Bouncer's getting on?

-You don't care.

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Tracy, one has to support one's friends and family

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as they strive forward.

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And he works in a cake shop.

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He's going to get into SO much trouble.

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He's in the middle of the courgettes.

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Marco, what are you doing?!

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-He's looking for a dinolithium...

-What?

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-To fly away with his spaceship.

-Well, why didn't you stop him?

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-It's nothing to do with us.

-You told us it was serious.

-But...

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(One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.) Marco.

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You and Elvis had better come in and have a wash.

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-He was blaming us!

-And he's supposed to be a professional.

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-The £1 coins go in here.

-Wouldn't I be better making pastry?

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-And the £20 notes go in there. NOT in your pocket.

-What d'you mean?

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KNOCK ON WINDOW Is that zoo animals or your mates?

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Oh, no. I'll sort it.

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-Hiya. Any free cakes going?

-What are you two doing here?

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-Seeing if you're all right.

-I'm fine. Go.

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-You're scaring away our customers.

-What?

-Don't!

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I'll have you know, my good man, I'm a customer.

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-Kindly show me a selection of your finest confectionery.

-Got money?

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-Do you ask every customer that?

-If they look like troublemakers, yes.

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-Dave! ..Don't!

-Two of your fattest, creamiest, jammiest doughnuts,

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if you please, my fine fellow.

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Keep the change. Put it towards lessons in good manners.

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Mm! Interesting bouquet.

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You've had your fun. Get out, the pair of you.

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Yeah, come on...

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Any of these going spare?

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Troublemaker, am I?

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-Marco, that's MINE!

-And those are my pillows. What are you doing?

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-Elvis wants to show me what his planet looks like.

-It's dangerous.

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-Marco!

-Now you're in for it. ..Isn't he, Duke?

-Well...

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Elvis told me to do it.

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Look, just help him tidy it up.

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What? Why should we? We didn't make the mess.

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This Elvis business is sensitive.

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He could be mentally troubled if we mess with his imaginary friend.

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-I knew you'd understand. Thanks.

-Marco, this Elvis is a menace.

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- What's so funny? - There is no Elvis.

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-What?

-Your imaginary friend is imaginary?

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And thanks to Elvis, I've had the best day ever.

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I only wanted to give him moral support.

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It's not my fault things got weird.

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-Are you sure you don't want a pie?

-No, they smell funny.

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-It must be sad when people don't need you any more.

-Yes, it must be.

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# Sail away and start a life

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# So don't expect me

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# To smile all the time... # Tracy?

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How was your boring meeting?

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Oh, not so boring, as it turns out.

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You should be the first to know. They're going to publish my book!

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Yes! Yes, yes, yes!

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You do realise how ridiculous you look?

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-I thought you'd be excited.

-About the book you haven't let me read?

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-Isn't your friend Zara the first to know?

-She's not my friend.

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She's annoying. But without her I wouldn't have got it published.

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And without another annoying person I'd never have written it.

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Of course, I shall be expecting my usual fee.

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It's been ages since these have had a good de-greasing.

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They'll give us something to remember you by. And...do all these.

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Bradley, could you do one last thing for me?

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Pop to the supermarket and get some mayonnaise.

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And don't bring back more hoodlums.

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You...buy your mayonnaise from the supermarket?

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-Got a problem with that?

-No. Well...

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I could knock some up for you in no time.

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Get your own!

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Not bad for an orph...

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..for a beginner.

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Come on. Cam's taking us all out to dinner to celebrate her book.

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-Actually...

-Oh, no. You...

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Hi, guys. Guess what! I got a permanent Saturday job.

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They liked me. You two, they didn't like so much.

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Oh, well!

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Other cake shops are available.

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Listen, I'm sorry about... you know, earlier.

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-That's OK, Lol. Sorry I pushed you around. I was stressed.

-No worries.

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HE BURPS

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Lol, I hope you didn't eat any of those pies. Days old, they are.

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Oh! Oh!

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Lol!

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Oh, well, one less for dinner, extra portions for the Beaker.

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No flipping - there's plenty more action coming...

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now!

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Mind if we skip the chitchat and go straight to insulting each other?

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-Who wants breakfast?

-Where's Duke?

-He's got 'flu.

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Nathan's on late and Shelley's off. Her sister went into labour.

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Timing couldn't be worse. We've got a new kid arriving later - Wilson.

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-..His mum's in hospital. He'll stay for a bit.

-And I care because...?

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Wilson will be sharing with you...

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-or with Michael.

-What? You can't do that.

-I don't care who.

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I don't care how. When Wilson comes, one of you will be his room-mate.

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I'm not sharing! Chances are he's a nutcase.

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-Worried he'll outshine you at the Nutcase Awards?

-Whoa!

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I've got an idea. Have a contest.

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The winner gets to stay. Loser shares with Wilson.

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Oh, yeah? What do you have in mind?

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Huddle, my friends.

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I'm so glad you're finally going to meet Adam. He's got the cutest hair,

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-beautiful eyes and he wears a baseball cap everywhere.

-Louise,

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-have you looked in the mirror?

-Adam's played another joke on me?

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-Oh.

-Don't worry, it will come off.

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-So, what pranks have you played on him?

-None.

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So...you're telling me he's done all this to you

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and you haven't retaliated?

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It's lucky I found out about this.

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Finished tidying your room yet?

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-Haven't started.

-But your grandpa's visiting later.

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-Don't you want the place to look nice for his visit?

-He can't come.

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-He's not sick, is he?

-No.

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Then what is it?

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Jackie, you can tell me.

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The truth is, I cancelled his visit.

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What? But...you were looking forward to seeing him.

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-So what's going...?

-Just drop it.

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He's getting away with it. Don't you want payback?

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Sorry.

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See, Tracy, this is what you call a kind and tolerant person.

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Louise! Your foster dad's locked out and needs keys.

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-Better get home.

-Sorry. Tell Adam to meet me at my place.

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What?

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I'm warning you, Tracy. It's hard being on my own.

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If I catch ANYONE doing ANYTHING, I'm holding YOU responsible!

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Talk about highly strung.

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You've got that look. What are you thinking?

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Well, Adam's on his way over. It's perfect to teach him a lesson.

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Thanks. ..Oh, hi!

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-You must be Wilson.

-Nice to meet you.

-Bouncer.

-So is it true?

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Do I have to pass a test or get locked in the cellar, right?

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And don't forget the evil room-mate.

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Only joking!

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-I'm looking forward to it. I've never shared a room.

-Got to run.

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-I'm organising a contest.

-Need any help? What kind of contest?

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Um...a contest with nothing to do with a room-mate at all. Yeah. Ha!

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Don't you think water bombs and eggs are childish?

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As childish as drawing moustaches on faces!

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-Remind me never to introduce you to my boyfriends.

-Don't worry.

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You'll never have any.

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Hi, nice to meet you.

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So, you think practical jokes are funny, do you?

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-Um...well, sometimes.

-It's funny to laugh at other people?

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-If people can't take...

-Being cute doesn't mean you can hurt Louise.

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-Why are you smiling?

-No-one's called me cute before.

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SHE YELLS

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Take that! And that!

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This must be my initiation. It's how I pictured it.

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-No! This is payback!

-Payback for what?

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-Wait here. I'll get Jackie, so you can surprise her.

-I need a hand.

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Sorry. Got to run!

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Oh, waitress, could I have a chocolate milkshake, please?

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-I'm not a waitress. I'm a social worker!

-Why offer me a milkshake?

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-Surprise!

-Grandpa! I thought you...

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Crash said the visit was back on.

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You can thank me later.

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This is the famous Dumping Ground, eh?

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-When's the grand tour start?

-Right away.

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Why did you stick your nose in?

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-But...

-Big mouth!

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Bigger bedroom than you had at home.

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-I hadn't noticed.

-You've made it very cosy.

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No, I haven't.

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-Is this new?

-It's a poster I won in a card game with Bouncer.

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Hmm.

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It's something I'm making for Layla. Might not bother with it.

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-It's not mine.

-Well, of course it is!

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Look! There's you there, smiling,

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and that boy, um...

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-Smash, pulling faces.

-Yes, maybe it is mine but I'm not attached to it.

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To be honest, I'm not attached to any stuff.

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Don't be silly. You've worked so hard to make this place nice.

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Why do I get the feeling you want something?

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-You've got to help me cheat.

-Why'd I do that?

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Oh, wow! Yeah! Imagine all the things I can do with that.

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-I won't spend it all at once.

-OK. £2.

-Five!

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So, what do I have to do?

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Hi, Mr Harper, ever played soda roulette?

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Yeah, of course.

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-Bar of chocolate on Crash to win.

-You're on.

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Still not talking to me, Jackie?

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-That's right.

-Technically, you did.

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-I won't make the same mistake.

-Again!

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Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to soda roulette. ..Blindfolds, please!

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Remove blindfolds.

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Heads or tails, Crash?

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Heads.

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Oh, Crash is first.

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Michael.

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JUSTINE COUGHS Are you all right, Justine?

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Get off, Bouncer!

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Your turn.

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Oh, please!

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Good luck sharing with Wilson! Hope he's not too weird.

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Want to know something? I've been dreading this visit.

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I was dreading it too. I hate it here. I wish you'd never seen it.

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I am not a fool, Jackie.

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I can see you're OK here.

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Yeah, you're right. It's just...

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I was worried seeing me settled might upset you.

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Yeah. I was worried it'd be horrible.

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Didn't want to find you unhappy. I can stop worrying.

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HORN BEEPS

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Bye, my love.

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Miss you.

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Yeah, I really miss you too.

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Well, time to go.

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-Mr Harper, wait! You won the bet, remember.

-What bet?

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Forget I said anything.

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-This is Adam.

-Adam?

-Hi.

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I called him and met him at mine. Tracy?

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You OK?

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-Aren't you going to thank me?

-For what? Do you know how long it was?

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-I could have died!

-Yeah, you didn't.

-That's not the point.

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-You must be Wilson.

-Yeah.

-When did you arrive?

-A while ago.

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-Why are you covered in...? What IS this?

-Flour and rotten egg.

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I see.

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Tracy, I thought we had an understanding.

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-Why is it always your fault?

-I...

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-Um...

-Actually, I did this to myself.

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See, I love pouring flour over me and LOVE the smell of rotten egg.

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Mmm! Someone should make a perfume out of this.

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In future, Wilson, this isn't acceptable behaviour.

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-I know what you're up to.

-You do?

-You've got revenge planned.

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-Why'd I do something so immature?

-I see what you're doing.

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You want me to spend my life paranoid - worried about sleeping,

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constantly looking over my shoulder. Well, it won't work.

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-I haven't got a scheme planned.

-Put me out of my misery.

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I'm warning you! If you don't pull it in 24 hours,

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you'll be sorry.

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Look on the bright side. If your room-mate's a complete...weirdo,

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you'll get on well together.

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Hi, I'm Wilson.

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-Crash.

-I've never shared a room before, so tell me if I annoy you.

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Whoa! Check out the gear!

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If you want to use it, go ahead. What's mine is yours.

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Isn't that the room-mate code?

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You owe me £5.

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# I can make my world come true All my dreams will see me through

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-# And the fight won't get me down

-No! No!

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# My dreams will turn things All around

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# With a smile upon my face I can see a better place

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-# It doesn't matter What may come my way...

-No! No!

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# Believe me now I will win some day. #

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Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Tracy takes an instant dislike to Cam's book agent, and Bouncer has a difficult first day at his Saturday job. Also, Tracy reckons it's time Louise's boyfriend got a taste of his own medicine, and Jackie is anxious about Grandpa's first visit to the Dumping Ground.


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