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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
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Bored, bored, bored...
I'm sure Lol will be really pleased to know how excited you are
-about his party.
-This is the millionth leaving party I've been to
and they're all the same. Elaine will make some boring speech,
I'll eat too much cake and go to bed feeling sick.
-Come on, Tracy, it's not all doom and gloom.
-If you say so.
-Right, close your eyes.
-I want to make a wish,
and there's more chance of it working if we've got our eyes shut.
I wish something really cool would happen this weekend,
maybe involving J-Lo wanting me to support her on a worldwide tour.
But I realise that might be pushing it. OK, open your eyes.
-How did you do that?
Sorry, J-Lo's not been in touch,
but we're planning a picnic in the park tomorrow. Fancy coming?
-When you say "we", do you mean you and Gary?
Thanks, but no, thanks.
Give me strength!
What exactly is it you want, Tracy?
Um... C-Can I just say that life in Elm Tree House without Lol
is going to be like Marks without Spencer, Rolls without...
Steady on! I think what Elaine is trying to say is,
Lol, we're all going to miss you, so good luck and...
Let's get this party started!
Let's get this party started - good idea.
Presenting the amazing, the incredible, the miraculous fortune teller...
Isn't that just the goldfish bowl turned upside-down?
-Where's Charles and Camilla?
-In the sink - they're fine.
Who will be first to cross Madame Alicio's palm with silver?
Come on, it's my party, I must be entitled to a freebie.
Your path is very clear.
-I see you leaving on a long journey.
You may leave many friends behind, but your future is a happy one.
I haven't got any silver, but I'll give you a wine gum.
-Oh, OK, as long as it's a red one.
-Oh, this is pathetic.
The fogs of the future are slowly...clearing.
-Your years are unfolding in front of me.
Yes, I can see something.
You're surrounded by love,
Yeah, like that's really gonna happen.
OK, Beaker next!
If you don't see me in a Beverly Hills mansion, you are rubbish.
I don't understand,
I...can't see anything.
You must be able to see something. A Jacuzzi or a private jet.
No, it's all cloudy and...murky.
Tracy, I can tell you exactly where you're gonna be this time next year.
You'll be 16 and off to the halfway house, like me.
You're up a bit late, aren't you?
You all right, kiddo?
Do you wanna talk?
A trouble shared is worth two in the bush,
or is it something about cooks? I'm not sure.
I do know that a stitch in time stops your trousers falling down.
How long have I been here, Mike?
Six years, on and off.
Not much has changed, has it?
I'm still here, and you're still trying to cheer me up.
You're still rubbish at it.
I can't believe I'm leaving here next year.
What am I going to do?
My destiny's all dark and murky.
All I've got to look forward to is the halfway house.
Not much of a future, is it?
You know, Cam's never let you down.
That's not an option any more.
Let me tell you a story about me when I was about your age.
My father, who I adored,
walked out on us. ..I know, I know.
but there is a point to this story, OK?
I swore that I would never forgive him,
so for ten years I had no contact.
Then one day I decided to meet him,
you know, just tell him what I thought of him.
And you know what I discovered?
He still loved me.
And I still loved him.
It was just my mum he didn't love.
And your point is?
I wasted ten years' of time with my father
because I'd made up my mind to be stubborn.
But you know the great thing about the future?
It's dead easy to change if you want to.
-Say that again.
-I've said it twice, how many more times?
Just once more, please, I still can't believe what I'm hearing.
I would like to come on a picnic with you and Gary.
So shall we make it next weekend?
-Why? What's the rush?
I don't want you changing your mind. Be ready at two.
This looks like a nice spot.
It's great, if it's OK with Tracy. ..Is this all right with you, Tracy?
-We can go closer to the duck pond if you want.
-No, this is OK.
-We don't have to sit here if you don't want to.
-Gary, you're trying too hard.
I reckon...if everything goes all right today, Tracy Beaker'll be out of here.
It seems like everyone's leaving except me.
-It won't be the same without you, mate.
-It's not goodbye, Wolfie.
I demand you come and visit me once a week.
We've got some serious fishing to do, mate.
They've been gone for over three hours, that's got to be a good sign.
Yeah, or Gary's ended up in casualty.
-What is it?
I've forgotten the knives and forks.
Which is fine, actually, because I've forgotten the food as well.
Last week she went shopping and forgot where she parked the car,
spent an hour looking for it, then realised she hadn't even taken it!
I remember we bought this oven - she used up a whole box of matches
trying to light it, and then she remembered it was electric.
-The tea leaves say that today's going to be a disaster for Tracy.
You don't mean that. You know you want everything to go OK.
Oh, go stick your head down the toilet!
-Are you all right?
-Please let it have gone all right!
Oh, look, here she is.
-I had a great time.
-Don't sound so surprised - Gary is a really nice bloke.
-I can't understand why you lot were so horrible to him.
Mike, I won't need any dinner.
We had such a great time, they're taking me out for a posh meal.
Disaster for Tracy, then, was it?
It looks like you got it wrong again, Madame Mumbo Jumbo.
The tea leaves are never wrong, Roxy.
-How do I look?
-Great! So spill the beans.
-What changed your mind?
-I realised how important it is to be mature about this.
Gary's just a boyfriend - it's mine and Cam's relationship that's important.
Now, enjoy your cheese on toast or whatever Bouncer's cooking for dinner, and don't wait up.
-Oh, I'm sorry!
-I've never seen someone eat so much in one sitting.
Dumping Ground pancake-eating champion three years running.
And lunch was a bit thin on the ground.
Well, I think it's been a lovely day, and I would like to propose a toast.
May we always be as happy as this.
To the three of us.
Well, until he dumps you and runs off with your best friend.
That's not gonna happen, Tracy.
Oh, yeah, I forgot.
Cam doesn't have any friends!
Oh...I was only joking.
Gary's not gonna be my boyfriend any more.
Have I put my foot in it?
No, he's not gonna be my boyfriend because...
he's asked me to marry him.
And I've said yes.
Well, say something.
I take it this means she doesn't want to be bridesmaid.