Drama series about life in a children's home. The Dumping Ground kids think they have hit the jackpot when they discover the truth about Wolfie.
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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. #
-ALL CHANT: Celebrities falling over! Celebrities falling over!
-All right, keep your wigs on!
-Celebrities falling over!
-Lol, saved you a seat.
Sorry mate, I promised I'd sit with Bouncer.
ALL CHANT: Celebrities falling over! Celebrities falling over!
And we're away.
-Hurry up, we're missing the show.
-Someone's deleted all the settings.
Justine's always messing with the remote.
-I'll mess with your head if you don't watch it.
-Can you fix it, Bounce?
-You're a genius.
-Er...it may take a while.
-But we'll miss the programme.
You know, if we had a digital plasma screen...
-ALL: Get you!
-Used to something a bit more bling?
I was just saying.
Bit of a loner, ain't he?
We should be doing homework, not messing about.
You're becoming a right Goody Two-shoes, Rio Wellard.
No, I'm not, but if Mike catches us playing with this, we'll be grounded till we're 50.
Quick, put it in reverse.
It's stuck. Go in and get it.
Why me? This was your idea.
Fine, I'll go in. At least I'll be away from the smell of chicken!
Chick chick chick chicken!
< Wolfie, can you come to the office for a moment, please?
Right, I thought you should know, another one of these came for you today.
-I don't want it.
-There's plenty of kids in here would give their right arm for something like this.
Just put it in the drawer with the others.
OK, your call.
Boy, that was close. What you doing?
-Looking through the drawer, stupid.
-Roxy! That's private.
-They might come back.
-Laid an egg yet, chicken boy?
What is it?
Over £1,000, all in cheques made out to Wolfie. His parents must be loaded.
And he obviously doesn't want it. All the more for us.
You're not going to steal it?
There's more than one way to skin a wolf. We're gonna be his new best friends.
-You mean, make him like us so much that he gives us the money?
But pretending to be mates with him just to get something, isn't that a bit mean?
Over £1,000, Rio! Think about it.
We could take a holiday - you, me and Chantal.
The Wellards, back together again!
Finally, the Wellards are in the money.
-Mind your own business.
Rio and Roxy are plotting something.
Lol, fancy a game of footie?
Sure, if I can be Michael Owen.
Bouncer! Where d'you come from?
I've found a wobbly banister.
Someone could have an accident.
Never noticed that.
How about we fix it, together?
-Well, can't Mike do it?
-Cutbacks. He's rushed off his feet.
Come on, Barry. It's dead simple.
Don't call me simple, Paul.
Not you, Barry, the banister! Come on, let's go and get a screwdriver.
-Screwdriver, come on then. Let's go. Screwdriver.
Maybe we can have that game of footie later?
Right, time to move in for the kill.
Wait. None of us have really been that friendly with Wolfie before, he might get suspicious.
What do YOU suggest, Einstein?
-We need a beard.
-I'm only ten!
A person who acts as a disguise for us.
Someone sweet and friendly.
We're already splitting the cash three ways.
Don't want anyone else muscling in.
So we don't tell them the real reason.
We just need to find the right person.
KNOCK AT DOOR
Hey, anyone fancy making some sock puppets?
He's in the games room, I think.
-Got a present for him.
Ain't his birthday, is it?
No, his aura's been quite dark lately.
We just wanted to cheer him up.
Me, Rebecca and the Wellards. Those guys are so thoughtful, aren't they?
But I don't understand.
-Just a gesture to show how much we care.
And that we want to be friends.
I don't know what to say. No-one's ever done this for me before.
-Coffee cream's my favourite.
-We want to know all your favourite things, Wolfie.
Well, I love the Harlem Globetrotters,
building dens, hunting for toads.
That's our favourite thing too.
Come on, let's go make a nice padded box for the toads.
I'll go get my wellies.
-Talk about a piece of cake!
-In a week he'll like us so much, he'll beg us to take his money.
We'll be rolling in it!
How come Wolfie never said he was rich?
Cos he knew slime balls would take advantage.
He'll be gutted when he finds out that's why that lot are sucking up to him.
-We need to tell him.
-Yeah. If he wants to hide his cash away, that's his business.
Mmm, seems like an awful waste, though.
Imagine what you could buy with that kind of cash.
Justine's right. We can't let Wolfie waste that dosh.
-What do we do?
-Play those snakes at their own game.
-Suck up to Wolfie too?
More like doing him a favour, protecting him.
Showing him who his real mates are.
If he wants to thank us with cash, that's up to him.
Exactly. We've got work to do.
And remember, this isn't for us, it's for Wolfie.
I can't believe it. A whole hour searching, and not one toad.
We still had fun, didn't we?
Best day of my life.
Me too. Thanks, guys.
Wolfie, just the person. We heard you like the Harlem Globetrotters.
So why don't we go shoot some hoops?
-What, me and you guys?
-Who else? Come on!
I do believe we have a contest on our hands.
I suppose I'd better be getting back then.
-What is that?
-"Mike loves Elaine"?
Mike, I think a letter would have been more personal.
Oh, ha ha.
This is somebody's idea of a joke.
Probably kids from the village.
We'll clean it up for you.
Oh, thanks, lads.
Oh, we will, will we?
Oh, come on, bruv. Another job for the Chuckle Brothers, eh? Eh?
I don't do cleaning.
All hail to King Wolfie.
You've won the Dumping Ground competition, King For A Day.
Since when has there been a...
Since this morning, Brainiac.
You get to do whatever you like.
Borrow people's stuff, wear people's clothes, eat whatever you want.
We didn't pick you, Wolfie, the universe did.
It knows when you need a friend.
King for a day, can't top that.
-We knew how much you liked building dens.
you're the best mates ever!
I think it's time we had a little chat. Don't you?
I know your game. Well, we saw Wolfie first and he's ours!
You can't own people, Roxy.
-You can't pretend to like them cos you want their money.
-YOU never bothered with Wolfie before.
What? So, you've lied to me!
You said this was to cheer him up, not to take his money.
Am I hearing right?
You've been competing for Wolfie's friendship, cos you heard he's got a few quid?
Cos if you have...
You're like my parents.
They try to buy me off with presents to make up for what they did to me.
I thought you cared about me, but it turns out you're just the same.
Wolfie, not in there, it's not safe!
Quick, get him out!
-You all right there, mate?
-Yeah, I think so.
Give him some air. No harm done.
-You scared us to death.
-We were really worried.
-Someone's taken the screws out.
-What idiot would do that?
I don't understand.
When I fixed the TV for everyone, it felt like I was home again.
And I figured, as long as there was things for me to fix then...
You had reason to stay.
So, the banister, the graffiti, that was you too?
Wolfie could have been really hurt.
I know. It was stupid. I'm so sorry.
The show's over. Bouncer, looks like you have a real job to do now.
-Reckon you can fix that?
Wolfie, I'm so sorry. We thought we did this for you, but it was partly about the cash.
But it's you we really care about. Money's not important.
Money in itself isn't bad, guys, depends what you do with it.
I know, and I've been thinking.
It's time I spent my cash wisely.
You know, Barry, I reckon this is the best pinball machine in t'country.
You're right there, brother. Lucky our mate had a few bob to pay for it.
Someone mention my name?
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