Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. It is sports day at the Dumping Ground, but Tracy has bigger ambitions for Lol.
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# I can make my world come true All my dreams will see me through
-# It doesn't matter What may come my way...
# Believe me now I will win some day. #
-Inside on a lovely day like this!
-126, 127, 128... Oh, Lol!
-Keep going - I'm beating my record.
-He can't. He gets to five and loses it.
-OK, OK. Keep your kit on!
-What are you trying to prove? We know you're team captain.
-What's smiley's problem?
-He just got dropped from the team, air-head.
Ah, fresh air!
-Isn't it glorious?
Look at them! If only I could play games all day.
I know! You can play all day. We'll have a sports day for everyone.
Great idea. I'll be drinks monitor.
-I'll go and get changed.
I suppose I ought to apologise.
I ought to, but I won't.
-Go annoy somebody else.
-Why are you an ex-football hero?
-I missed training.
-Three weeks running.
-You? Have I got the right Lol here?
Mr Live-breathe-and-eat football? You missed a chance to kick a ball?
Mr Bruce. Triple detention.
Bruce! One day, I'll give him a taste of his own medicine!
Very fetching, Duke. Going on a cruise?
No. A sports day, actually.
Excellent! Getting stuck in? Enjoy.
We're all "getting stuck in". Including you. Enjoy(!)
-You'll get back in the team.
-"Maybe"?! Calling the real Lol -
that arrogant, look-at-me-I'm-great, big-headed pain in the bum!
I'm telling you, you'll...
No, wait... Forget the school team.
-You'll get a deal at a professional club.
-Your agent will sort it out.
-But I haven't got an agent!
I'll launch your career for a mere 50% of your wages!
Come on! What are you waiting for?
Do hurry up, Duke!
-We want to get on.
-Oh, Shelley! What happened?
-It's nothing. I lifted something heavy.
Like another packet of biscuits(!)
-Duke! Really! Can't you see she's in pain?
-No, I'm fine. Can I help?
You can be umpire! You'll have to sit and watch. Could you manage?
I'll...I'll do my best.
Good. Duke will be glad to bring you out some tea. ..Won't you?
I love exercise, Duke. I could watch it all day.
-What's wrong, sweetie?
-I'm gonna be picked last. I always am!
It doesn't matter who's picked when.
Taking part is the important thing!
Aw, picking boyfriends first, eh?
-Aw, picking rodents first, eh(?)
Remember, taking part is the imp...
We'll walk it!
-I don't think so!
-We'll win easily!
You won't. These are non-competitive games.
-What, like a peace-and-harmony thing?
-So, who's the best?
-I am! Me. I'm the best!
-And the world had better believe it!
-Better than the best ever?
I said, who's better than the best ever?!
Oh, er, me, I guess.
Right, round the back. Come on.
-I lost! I lost!
Remember? There are no losers!
Oh, yeah, right. No losers. Us lot?
No-one wants us, no-one loves us, no-one cares. We're all losers here.
-Thanks for that, Crash.
-It's no problem. Really(!)
Three-legged race next! Pair up!
EVERYONE TALKS AT ONCE
-Whoa, that was close!
-The yellows won easily.
-I think we did.
-She thinks THEY won, Nathan!
No, no. We did just enough.
-What? You must be mad!
-Mad! Hark! Look who's talking!
Now, now. There are no losers, remember?
< COACH YELLS ORDERS
Look at them. Rubbish! You're miles better! You were born to play here!
Pick those feet up! Come on!
And again! Faster! And again!
This is your moment.
-You'll show them.
-They look quite good.
-I've seen girls play better! One-legged girls! Come on!
That's right - faster! Pick the feet up!
OK. Four laps of the building relay race! On your marks...
So, you get your big chance and bottle it.
COACH SHOUTS AT THE PLAYERS
-What if they don't think I'm good enough?
When you're old, you'll look back and think, "What if I'd had that trial and succeeded?"
I know how much this means to you.
It'll break your heart to fail, yes?
Believe me, I've had my heart broken so often it's 90% glue.
But I'm still here! Fighting for me, AND for you.
So, are you going to go for it?
Are you OK?
-Get a move on! You should be taking part!
-I am, but just very slowly.
-That's not the attitude. You should put some effort into it.
If there are no winners or losers, why should I?
Have you got any red ones left?
OK, guys, good work today.
Remember what I said earlier - support each other. ..Who are you?
-He's come for his trial.
Says me, his agent. That's who.
-You any good?
-I only represent the best and he's the best of the best.
If you're as good as your agent, you'll be an international soon.
You'd better believe it. ..Go on, then.
Yeah, a neat trick, but circus stuff. Can you play?
Show him, Lol! He's obviously inexperienced in these things.
TEAM SHOUTS ENCOURAGEMENT
-And with that, I declare these peace-and-harmony games over.
I think there's a future in this non-competitive sport thing.
-It helps bring people together(!)
-One of your better ideas, Elaine(!)
Give me a break! He's too young!
-Come back next year and we'll see.
-So there might be a chance, then?
-I'm not promising anything, but...
-"But" nothing! That's 12 months!
-I want something now!
-But there isn't anything he could...
-You've given me an idea.
-HE DIALS ON HIS MOBILE
Ahem, ahem! Would Madame like the last cake?
Duke, I really shouldn't, but go on, then.
Shelley! Your arm!
It's a miracle! I must tell everybody the good news!
No, no, no. There's really no need for that.
Really? Oh, well, maybe I'LL relax, then...
while you get me my tea!
Milk, no sugar.
Introducing the Dumping Ground's latest success story.
Not only does he have a glamorous job, it comes with its own outfit!
Come here, boy!
-Nice one, bro.
-Come on, bro.
-I really need to go.
-Maybe he's fallen in?
-We'd have heard the splash.
Hey, squirt. I was next!
Whoa! You look smart.
Urgh. That after-shave stinks.
This is gonna be a beautiful day.
He's been doing this a lot lately. Having baths, cutting his toenails.
Cutting his toenails?
Hello, hello, hello.
Good morning, Sergeant Marco. Any crimes to report?
-You've missed a bit.
That's my niece. Isn't she beautiful?
It was so exciting. She came while we were having our tea.
Where did the baby come from?
I'm needed in the dining room.
Rather her than me.
Nah. Easy-peasy. Just birds and bees' stuff.
-Give it to me, thicko.
-You've had some.
-I want some more.
-You'll have to wait.
-Fine. Have it, then.
-Don't get provoked. Go and sit somewhere else.
-Me?! But he...
Yes, you. There you go.
Where you off to?
-Places to go, people to see.
-What about your crumpet?
-You have it.
-Maybe he's in training?
The only reason Bouncer would run is if the ice-cream van drove off!
-I've got it.
-Not sure I can tell you. Don't want to hurt your feelings.
-That'd be a first(!)
-He's found a new fostering home.
-Wants to make a good impression.
Me without Bouncer?
-That's like tea without milk. Tracy without Cam. Marco without make-believe.
-Nah. It's obvious.
He's outta here and he's not taking you with him.
Tracy, what if Michael's right?
What if Bouncer is going to a new foster family without me?
Don't listen to him. We'll get to the bottom of it.
He's bought flowers!
Maybe the real Bouncer's been abducted by aliens!
Look. Must be where his new family lives.
-I got you these.
Thanks. That's sweet of you.
He should have told me this. We shouldn't have secrets.
-He tells you he's got a girlfriend, he wouldn't hear the last of it.
But it could be so much fun.
The baby came when they were having their tea.
-But where from?
-How old are you?
Seven and three-eighths.
And you don't have any idea where babies come from?
None at all? You've got a lot to learn, little boy.
OK, guys, let's get a move on.
All this stuff for the wedding reception has to be there by four.
You can go early... if you get it done in time.
Oh, thanks, Bouncer.
Duke...where do babies come from?
Well... Let's see.
OK. So, we start at the very beginning.
Every living thing comes from a seed or an egg.
-A baby comes from an egg? Is it boiled?
-No, no. Not exactly.
Look, take a flower. You're a bee.
You fly in and when you fly out again to the next flower, you take the pollen from this flower.
-How does a bee carry pollen?
-It sticks to the hairs on its legs.
-Is that why we've got hairy legs?
-Em, not quite. Sorry.
Maybe I'm confusing you.
Us boys have to pass the seed on, like bees do with flowers.
Oh, so...babies grow from flowers in the garden!
No, no, that's not it.
Tell you what. Nathan's over there. Go ask him.
He thinks he knows everything about everything.
What do you fancy doing after work?
Well, maybe we could hang out at your house.
I've heard so much about your family. I'd love to meet them.
Well, I don't think anyone's in.
-My mum's at work and my dad's busy.
-We can watch telly.
-Walk the dog?
-He's at the vet.
-You don't want me to come?
-No, it's not that.
-Then, let's go.
-OK. I'll see you tomorrow, then.
But I thought...
-If you're too ashamed of me to let me meet your family...
-It's not that.
I really like you. It's just...
You know Dumbo, right?
He got brought by a stork, didn't he?
That's how families get new babies. They get brought by a stork.
They phone up the stork hotline. "Hello, Stork hotline."
"Yeah, we'd like a new baby."
-"Oh. You've only got triplets? OK. That'll do."
-You don't know, do you?
Don't worry. I'll tell you if I ever find out.
-Whatever it is, I'm not interested.
He's coming! Quick! Hide!
Bouncer's got a girlfriend!
We saw you kissing!
You'd been acting so weird, so me and Tracy followed you.
-What you doing?!
-We were only having a laugh.
-Just leave me alone.
-I said leave me alone!
-Nothing, all right?!
What's the matter? You can tell us.
I'd told her all about "my family" and how happy we were.
She takes one look at this place...
-It's not that bad.
-It's hardly normal.
-Tell her the truth.
-How can I?
It's over. Just forget it.
The Dumping Ground not good enough for her? Is she good enough for the Dumping Ground?
Hello. We're Bouncer's family and we believe you had a falling out.
-How did you know that?
-And we need to ask you a few questions.
-J-Lo or Kylie?
-Carrots or sprouts?
-White or brown bread?
-Got to be white.
-Trousers or skirts?
-Roller blades or scooter?
-Chicken nuggets or chips?
-Chips every time.
-Maths or English?
-Harry Potter or Lemony Snicket?
-What's the prize?
-Tea at ours. 4.30?
-You sure Bouncer wants me to?
-He didn't seem keen this morning.
-Bouncer not keen?
-He can't wait!
OK. Listen up. Bouncer's got a girlfriend...and she's coming over.
-So we need this place sparkling.
-Somewhere to be proud of.
KNOCK ON DOOR
I'll get Romeo.
And I'll get Juliet.
This is Duke. Hiya.
-This is Nathan.
This is Jackie.
This is Crash. Enchante.
And this is Hayley.
-You all live here?
-He never said.
-They invited me back for tea. Is that OK?
-Oh, I should think so.
Listen, Kelly, I'm sorry for lying about my mum and dad.
Kelly, this is a kids' home.
-So have you found out where babies come from yet?
-No, but Shelley had the maddest idea.
-She says they come from the mum's tummy!
Anyway, I worked it out for myself.
They're found on doorsteps. If the family want them, they take them in.
If they don't, they take them to the Dumping Ground instead. Easy.
I just opened my mouth and it popped out. I didn't mean to lie.
Don't worry about it.
I just thought, if you knew...
Bouncer. It's fine. This place is nothing to be ashamed of.
-Lemonade or squash, madam?
-Lemonade would be lovely.
This is great!
-I am a genius!
-D'you think she's got a younger sister?
And you know what's really amazing? Nothing went wrong!
Subtitles by Graeme Dibble BBC Broadcast - 2004
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Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. It's sports day at the Dumping Ground, but Tracy has bigger ambitions for Lol. And Tracy and Lol turn detective in an attempt to get to the bottom of Bouncer's strange behaviour.