Caring and Sharing The Story of Tracy Beaker


Caring and Sharing

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. The kids are in for a big surprise when a familiar face makes a return to the Dumping Ground.


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# I can make my world come true

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# All my dreams will see me through

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# Doesn't matter what may come our way

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# Believe me now I will win some day. #

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Good morning, everyone!

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Postcard from Tracy Beaker!

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I bet you're all desperate to hear

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about her holiday with Cam.

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"Dear losers,

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"Egypt is great..."

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Cam and I are having a fantastic time.

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Wish you were all here.

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Well, er, maybe not all of you.

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PYRAMID BURPS

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See you soon!

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Isn't it nice of Tracy to write?

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You haven't listened to a word I've said.

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There are studies indicating watching too much violence on TV

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can lead to aggressive behaviour!

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I'd say they're more comatose than aggressive.

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Just blink if you're there.

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You're right, Elaine, that was a very violent blink.

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As long as I'm acting head care-worker,

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I'll dedicate myself to helping them to learn to play again!

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Did someone just say something?

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-Come on.

-It's like cement!

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Mike, have you just finished breakfast? It's almost lunch time!

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Nobody ate breakfast.

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When Duke gets back, you can register your complaints.

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We'll be too weak from malnutrition!

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Hold on, what's all this? I asked for easy stuff, you know!

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Fish fingers, frozen peas!

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It's important the children have balanced meals. Duke's recipes.

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I'm only supposed to be helping out here!

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I never said I could cook.

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I can do that.

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It can't be that hard.

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Mike, when you pick up a saucepan, grown carrots tremble.

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Save yourselves!

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HE WHISTLES

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Right! No more TV today.

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-ALL: Oi!

-I've more important things to do here.

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-The house won't clean itself!

-Duke would have done it by now.

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Good old Duke(!)

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Do I smell burning?

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Oh, no!

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Well? What do you think?

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-Is it a Tardis?

-It's a Wendy house.

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It's a pretend TV!

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It's not a TV! Forget about TV!

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It's a puppet theatre!

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Cool.

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Now, we're going to make puppets and put on a show

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and tell happy stories. Now, won't that be fun?

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-We're care kids. We don't know happy stories.

-This place is full of them!

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There's, um...

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Tracy Beaker settling in with Cam...at last,

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and Hayley finding the perfect foster parents.

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And, er, Justine Littlewood and her dad living happily ever after.

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Dad! Carrie! I've made us all dinner to celebrate.

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It's exactly two years since I left the Dumping Ground...

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Oh. We're going out? Cool, I'll go and get ready.

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Sorry, we forgot to tell you.

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Carrie and I have to go out tonight.

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What? Where are you going?

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Sorry to let you down, love.

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Great, looks like chocolate pudding for one then.

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SMOKE ALARM BEEPS

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Let's face it.

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You're no Jamie Oliver, are you?

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Ohhhhh, sugar overload.

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Dad? Carrie?

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Are you home?

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-Why are you so late?

-Pardon?

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What does the clock say?!

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-Er...tick tock?

-It's not funny. I've been worried sick!

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-You've left me alone with a baby all night.

-It's only 11.

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-We had important things to talk about.

-You could've at least called!

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I'm sorry, sweetheart.

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I'll make it up to you.

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You need to tell her.

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I'm not putting my hands in that!

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We have to finish our puppets, so we can tell our stories.

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-It's boring.

-It's fun! We can make puppets of everyone!

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-IRISH ACCENT:

-Hi, I'm Mike. Top o' the mornin', me old colleen!

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Shall I make a puppet of Marco?

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That's the idea.

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-Roxy!

-You said she could make a puppet of him!

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Marco!

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Right, no! That is enough! Stop it! Behave! Mind my puppet!

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Mind my puppet!

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Right, come on! Hurry up and get cleaned up

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and we can start making those puppets.

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-We don't want to. You can't force us.

-No telly until you do.

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Ahem!

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May I present cookies a la Mike!

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Mmm, these are nice.

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They are?!

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Yes, they are. Come on, everyone. Let's eat these downstairs.

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# Who's the chef? I'm the chef... Yeah, yeah, yeah... # Hee hee!

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Put these in the kitchen, love. I need to change his nappy.

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'Sorry to let you down, love. I'll make it up to you.'

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Stella?

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No.

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Trixie?

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Maybe Maisy.

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Tinkerbelle?

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Perfect. DOORBELL RINGS

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Tinkerbelle?

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You're more of a Tinker.

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-Well, you'll do.

-Justine.

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Thanks, Dad. This is the best surprise! I always wanted a dog.

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Oi, get off him! He's mine, not yours.

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-His name's Bruce and he doesn't like girls.

-Who are you?

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Justine, this is your cousin, John.

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He's coming to live with us.

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-We've finished!

-Well done!

-Can we have our TV back?

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I said forget about TV!

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This is very exciting.

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Who's first?

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Hi, I'm Crash.

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"We're all doomed."

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Um, Chantal, isn't that a biscuit?

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-It's durable, unbreakable and it doesn't make a mess.

-Very inventive.

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Hi, I'm Justine Littlewood.

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And I'm Justine's dad!

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Hi, I'm Tracy Beaker.

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Excellent! We need to make them a little bit more lifelike.

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What, d'you mean like mine?

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Who did you make, Roxy?

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Hi, I'm Elaine.

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But why does he have to live with us?

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He's been having a tough time recently.

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-I couldn't just turn him away, could I?

-S'pose not.

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I knew you'd understand.

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Come and say hello and then I'll help you move your stuff.

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Move what stuff where?

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-Move your stuff into Billy's room.

-What?! Why?

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-We can't ask John to sleep on the couch!

-Can't he go in with Billy?

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I don't want a dog in with Billy. It's not good for him.

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Great. As long as Billy, John and his dog are happy, that's fine(!)

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Don't worry about Justine. She'll go to the bottom of the pile. Again.

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Where are you going?

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-Back to the Dumping Ground.

-I really don't want you to go.

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-Tell him he can't stay!

-What's going on?

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It's unfair for Dog Breath to chuck me out.

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It's your dad's decision.

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Great! So no-one cares about me any more?

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Justine, listen to me.

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I made a real mess of my life when your mother...

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And you ended up in care because of it.

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-I can't let the kid down, he's family.

-So am I.

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So what's it gonna be then, me or him?

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Justine, please don't do this.

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Hello?

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It's Justine. I'm coming back.

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What do you mean you're coming back? Justine? Justine!

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I love my job. No, really.

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All this, and Justine Littlewood!

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Welcome, everybody, to Elm Tree House.

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-Will you stop fussing over the puppets!

-Shh! The show's starting!

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This is The Tale of Justine Littlewood.

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-Oi! They're my biscuits!

-Shush!

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I'm Justine and I hate Tracy Beaker!

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I'm Tracy Beaker so you can bog off!

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-Er, no violence.

-I hate the Dumping Ground, I just wanna go home.

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I'm Steve, Justine's dad. Are you ready to come home?

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-Yes, please!

-And they all lived happily ever after! The end.

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THEY CLAP

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-Now can we watch TV?

-Oh, wonderful!

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I just love happy endings.

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Justine, there's something you need to know.

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Save it. I've heard it all before.

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Just tell me where my room is.

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Upstairs, second on the left.

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You must be Justine.

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My name's Rebecca Chalmers.

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Not Becky or Bex, not Rebs or Rebby.

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-Rebecca. OK?

-What?!

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You should know I'm not happy about sharing my room.

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But as long as you're tidy and don't snore, I'll try and put up with you.

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SHE SCREAMS LOUDLY

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SCREAMING CONTINUES

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If only Tracy was here to see this.

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Who needs Beaker? Justine Littlewood's back!

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# I can make my world come true

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# All my dreams will see me through

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# And the fight won't get me down

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# My dreams will turn things round

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# But the smile upon my face I can see a better place

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# Doesn't matter what may come my way

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# Believe me now

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# I will win some day. #

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Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. The kids are in for a big surprise when a familiar face makes a dramatic return to the Dumping Ground.


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