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Moving On

Drama set in a children's home. Tracy will leave to become a full-time reporter if the kids cooperate on an article she has to write - but they won't.


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Hmmm.

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Interesting style.

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Bit rough round the edges,

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but we'd soon knock that out of you.

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D'you mean...

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The junior reporter job...

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is yours.

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SHE SQUEALS AND CLAPS If...

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I like your test article.

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-Test article?

-Write about these kids you're working with.

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Tell me what life is like from...

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Aren't you taking notes?

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Tell me what life's like from their point of view.

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Hopes. Fears. Dreams.

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That kind of yah-da-da.

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-Yah-da-da... Yep.

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If I like it...

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..you're hired.

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-If you don't?

-Nice meeting you.

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Cam? I got the job. I'm moving to London.

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I'm going to be a proper writer!

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Congratulations, Tracy.

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Yeah. Good luck with it all.

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-When do you start?

-I have to write an article about the kids first.

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-Tracy!

-It's for real, Mike.

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-She's offered me the job, as long as she likes the article.

-OK.

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We'll assume you're leaving and find a replacement.

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-I'll interview each of them, then...

-Don't explain it to us.

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They're the ones that need to know.

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Right.

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Just as she was starting to work out.

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Did I say that out loud?

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Listen up!

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I've been offered a job in London.

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-As a junior reporter for a newspaper.

-Wow.

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So I'm leaving.

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Look, I've dreamt of this job ever since I lived here.

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I'm sorry, I can't turn it down.

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-It means too much.

-And we don't?

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Well, that's put us in our place.

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-I didn't mean it like that.

-Don't beat yourself up, Beaker.

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You're just one in a long line of care workers.

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Easy come, easy go.

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Bye-bye, Tracy.

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-I'm not leaving yet.

-I think this is great.

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You can write about us all and make us famous.

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I don't know about famous, but I would like to write about you.

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I want you to tell me what it's like to be in care.

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-You already know what it's like to be in a care home.

-Yeah, but...

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the editor wants the article from your point of view.

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It's kind of a test.

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Hold on, hold on, you want to leave us, but you want our help?

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Sorry, Tracy, that sucks.

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-Liam, please!

-You want out?

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Fine, go. But you ain't getting my help.

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Carmen?

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It was like I'd told them their birthday had been cancelled.

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Same with Mike and Gina, pretending to be nice.

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So obvious they didn't mean it!

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Well, take it as a compliment. They all just really want you to stay.

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Right, so I just forget the whole thing?

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I know, I'll spend my whole life at the Dumping Ground!

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That way, everyone's happy!

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Look, it's natural to feel a little bit guilty.

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Mike and Gina will survive without you. So will the kids.

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They won't need to if I can't get their help.

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They'll come round, once they've slept on it.

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-You'll see, they'll be queuing up to talk to you.

-I hope so.

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-She doesn't like us.

-She does. She likes being a writer better.

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Maybe if we do her article, they'll want photos to go with it

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and buy us new clothes?

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As if! Liam's right, we shouldn't do her article.

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Why are you so cross with Tracy? She can leave if she wants to.

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She said she'd make sure I get back with Poppy and Rosie.

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She promised. Now she's leaving.

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Lily, we won't do the dumb article.

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Promise. Right, Tee?

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Yep.

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If you ask me to talk Tracy out of leaving, you're wasting your time.

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I can't pretend I'm not disappointed, but I get why she's going.

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It's a fantastic opportunity. She's done really well for herself,

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considering what she was like as a child.

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Ha! Nightmare.

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-You've been an amazing mum to her.

-Aw! Thanks, Mike.

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It's so hard finding good foster parents.

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We were really lucky to find you.

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It's not everyone's cup of tea.

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-That's why it's important to hold on to the good ones.

-I bet.

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We've got a good bunch of kids at the moment.

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I'd love to find them somewhere.

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Mike? You're not suggesting that I...

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That is a crazy idea!

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It's a corker. You'll have the space when Tracy moves out.

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And we're desperate for foster homes.

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Tracy was a one-off. There's no way I'd go through that again.

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Tee? Tee!

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-What's wrong?

-I've been thinking.

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-I reckon we should do Tracy's article.

-What, all of us?

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No. Just you and me.

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-Why just us?

-Don't be thick, Tee.

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You did just wake me up.

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If the whole article's just about us,

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imagine how much interest there'll be. We're bound to get fostered.

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-Maybe even find relatives we didn't know about.

-I can't, Johnny.

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-I promised Lily I wouldn't.

-Don't worry. I'll talk to her.

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-No! Please don't.

-She'll be fine when she hears why.

-Johnny!

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Tee's doing Tracy's article. OK?

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There you go. Sorted. Come on.

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-Wait! You don't decide what Tee does.

-Neither do you.

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-So let's let Tee decide.

-She has decided.

-Well, I never...

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-She's doing it.

-Let her speak!

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-Just cos you lost your sisters, don't poke your nose in.

-Johnny!

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-Get out! Get out!

-Stop it, Lily!

-Get out!

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Get out! Get out!

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Stop it! Stop it!

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What's happening?

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Johnny was having a go at Lily.

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-He was just talking to her about Tracy.

-Look, just go to bed, go on!

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Now! Bed! All of you!

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Well done, Johnny.

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"Think about it," he said. As if I'd go pick another kid,

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-cos you're leaving!

-Yeah.

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Who'd want someone to keep them company,

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when they could rattle around a flat on their own(?)

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You don't agree with him, do you?

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-You're a great mum.

-I'm your mum.

-You could be someone else's too.

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You don't have to adopt them, just take them in for a while.

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No way. It'd be a disaster.

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Maybe, but what if it wasn't?

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Never say never.

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You didn't lose any time hitting on Cam!

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You know how hard it is finding foster parents.

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Couldn't let a good one go to waste. Not that she wants to do it.

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Ah, maybe she does.

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It's not a done deal. We talked about it for ages last night.

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-She's coming over this morning to see you.

-Great! Thank you.

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How are the kids?

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Actually, I wanted to talk to you about that.

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Gina found some of them arguing last night.

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-They're all pretty unsettled about you going.

-I'll talk to them.

-Yeah.

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I've had a look at your holiday entitlements,

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and Gina and I have had a chat.

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We think it's probably best if...

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Well...you can leave at the end of the week.

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-I don't need to leave that fast.

-I'm really sorry,

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but it's causing disruption.

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I need to be here. If I can't get the kids to help with the article,

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I won't have a job to go to.

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You can have a word with them.

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I'm sure they'll talk to you.

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Maybe you could...

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This is between you and them.

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It'd be wrong for me to get involved.

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You've known me since I was a kid, Mike.

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What have I always wanted to be?

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-A writer.

-A writer.

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I'm this close, and you won't help me?

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This coming from the man

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who said never to let being in care hold you back?

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Tracy, if I could, I would...

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I don't want to hear it.

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I'm going to get this job, Mike.

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I'm going to do it just like I've got everything else I ever wanted...

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on my own.

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Look, I know you're totally hacked off with me.

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I'm sorry for upsetting you.

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But we care kids don't get given breaks.

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So when opportunity comes along we've got to take it.

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That's all I'm doing.

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Don't hate me for it.

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That's not why I hate you. I hate you for conning us.

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Giving it all that, "I'm there for you", "We're all care kids together".

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You are just using us so you can move on to something better!

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Is that what you all think?

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You promised me you'd help me get back with Poppy and Rosie.

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Lily, I'm sorry.

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Guys. We're all in this together.

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No-one helps.

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They won't cooperate. They hate me.

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-What about the article?

-I've been trying to write it,

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guessing what they might say.

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But it's fake and it's rubbish. I have to interview them.

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Hi, Cam! Come on in.

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-Can I get you a cup of coffee?

-No.

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Thanks, Mike.

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-Actually, I don't know if there's much point in us talking.

-What?

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-Why?

-Well...

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Oh, this is all such a mess.

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Look I was thinking about fostering.

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-But it doesn't look like Tracy's going now.

-To London?

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-All the kids are refusing to help with her article.

-When did...

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Tracy told me just now.

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-Oh, Cam. I feel really bad.

-It's not your fault.

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Tracy asked me to talk to them and I wouldn't.

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-I felt it was their choice.

-So if Tracy's not moving out,

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I can't think about fostering anyone.

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Sorry, Mike. I know this must be really disappointing for you.

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Please, Tee?

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I reckon we'd be in with a really good chance of Cam fostering us.

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But we all agreed we weren't going to do it.

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This is different. It's our future.

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Stop asking me to choose between you and my friends. It's not fair!

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I'm just trying to do what's right for us.

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-I know, but you're getting me in a muddle.

-Sorry.

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Hiya.

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-Don't really fancy it.

-I

-don't want it!

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I've decided to do your interview.

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Thanks, Johnny, it'll be a great help.

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You realise it'll just be me?

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-Tee won't do it.

-That's fine.

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I'll just go and get my laptop, OK?

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Gina, you haven't moved my laptop, have you?

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-I can't find it.

-No, I've just come in, why?

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40% of residents might help Tracy.

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That's Johnny, Tee, Carmen and Harry.

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With another 10% persuadable. That's Frank.

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So that's half the residents.

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-That's good.

-Bad. The remaining 40% are Sapphire, Liam, Toby and Lily,

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who have 90% of the power. And that 40% will use their 90%,

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so the first 50% will say "no".

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What about your 10%, Gus? Where d'you stand?

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In my bedroom.

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So you haven't seen it, then?

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-You think I stole it?

-Did you?

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Tracy! Lily doesn't steal things.

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I didn't take it either!

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Sorry. I was just wondering.

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Look, Lily, me leaving doesn't stop me

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-helping you get back with Rosie and Poppy.

-Does.

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I'll still talk to Rob about it.

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I'll keep putting pressure on Mike.

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And I'm always here if you need to talk to me.

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I'll just be at the end of a phone, instead of face to face.

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I'm leaving the job.

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I'm not leaving your lives.

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-Liam, can I have a word?

-Yeah, how about "goodbye"?

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No, my laptop's gone missing, I was just wondering if...

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You accusing me of nicking it?

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-No! I was just wondering if you knew where it was.

-Well, I don't.

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Liam! Hang on!

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You sure you haven't seen it?

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I don't want to get Mike and Gina involved.

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Don't threaten me! I ain't seen your skanky laptop. All right?

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-I never said that you had!

-Just cos you met me down the nick

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-doesn't mean I'm a thief!

-I know! Liam, look,

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-please, will you just calm down?

-I'll show you!

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I'll show you I ain't got your laptop.

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See your laptop anywhere, do you?

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-What's going on?

-Have you asked her about your precious laptop?

-No.

-No.

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-Cos I'm your suspect. She's handles stolen goods.

-That's out of order!

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Not from where I'm standing, it's not. Go on, have a pop at her.

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What are you having a go at me for? I'm not the enemy, she is.

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-Go on, get out my room, all of you!

-Wait!

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Look, I'm not stupid.

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I can see the damage I've done by saying I want to leave.

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OK, so you won't help me with my article.

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Maybe it was unreasonable for me to ask. I'm not going to get the job,

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but it's clear none of you lot want me here,

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so I might as well just leave anyway.

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I wanted to stop you from doing your interviews,

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cos if you asked me and I said no,

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then Johnny would be mad at me,

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but if I said yes, everybody else would.

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I'm really sorry, Tracy.

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It's OK.

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I'm sorry for making things difficult for you and the others.

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-I didn't mean to.

-I know.

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Can we just keep this secret?

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I wouldn't want Johnny to know it was me.

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Sure.

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Thanks.

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So what's the first question?

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-Hmm?

-For the interview, what's the first question?

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Are you sure? I don't want to cause you trouble.

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Just don't tell anyone else.

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What about Johnny?

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Tails.

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I'll take Liam.

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Best of three?

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You've got Sapphire.

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The risks I take for a fostering opportunity!

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So why are we going to help Tracy?

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Because if you do it, all the others will follow you.

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Listen, Mike has known Tracy for a long, long time,

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and I don't think he wants her leaving here with any bad feeling.

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And neither do I.

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So please, just think about it?

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We should help.

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You can help if you want.

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Leave me out.

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Why are you so angry?

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I thought I'd finally met a care worker who got me,

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who was on my side.

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Should've known better.

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-Come on, Harry, come out.

-Jeff's too sad.

-Why?

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You hate Tracy.

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-Thanks, guys.

-No problem.

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You will tell Cam that we helped, right?

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Probably. Why?

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Johnny?

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I heard her talking to Mike,

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saying she wouldn't foster because us lot

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wouldn't do your interviews, so...

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What were you thinking?

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I did not blackmail Mike into getting the kids to talk to you.

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I said, if you weren't leaving, I wouldn't be able to foster.

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Johnny got it wrong.

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OK. Sorry for going off on one.

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Psst!

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Hang on.

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Got to go.

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I promise I won't tell Liam.

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Or any of the others.

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I'm not insisting that you do it, but I'm just saying that...

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Don't bleat on, Mike. I get it, OK?

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Great, sure.

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Right.

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Does that mean that you will help Tracy?

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No pressure.

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Thanks.

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Where were we?

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-In a bedsit with your dad.

-Oh, yeah.

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-Why did you hide from Mike?

-Cos we didn't know it was him.

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And he might have told the others that we were talking to Tracy.

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-Sapph, what made you decide to help?

-Oh, something Harry said.

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And...you've always been there for me when it mattered.

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It seemed right to return the favour.

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Even if I don't like you much!

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Right, tell me about this bedsit.

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-I feel dreadful. I'm so embarrassed.

-Why? What's happened?

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Johnny overheard a conversation.

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He thinks I'm going to foster him and Tee.

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Quick, or Lily will wonder where I've gone.

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So, what's the first question?

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And that's why it's not a great idea to listen in

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on conversations, Johnny. You get the wrong end of the stick.

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And if I did decide to foster,

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it wouldn't be fair to choose on the basis

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of who let Tracy interview them first.

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Do you see that, Johnny?

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I just thought that you'd like Tee and it would all work out.

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The decision to foster anyone hasn't been made yet.

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And it's a much bigger thing than simply deciding who we like the most.

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We understand.

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Don't we, Johnny?

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Good. Come on then, off you go.

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Carmen and I were just chatting, so don't give her a hard time, OK?

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If you say so.

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-Found it, then?

-I'm really, really sorry for accusing you.

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I thought you said you hadn't.

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Yeah, whatever. We both know I was wrong.

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Where are you going?

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-I didn't think you'd want to be in here with me.

-We don't mind.

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We came to do the interviews.

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Only if you...

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..Promise not to tell the others?

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Yeah.

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Oh, where's Lily, guys?

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I don't know.

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You know what, guys?

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I'm trying to write this ad for Tracy's replacement.

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What do you think?

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What kind of person would you like?

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Someone who sticks up for you.

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Someone who doesn't get cross when you do something wrong.

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-Kind and fun.

-Someone who you can go to...

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Just hold on.

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Stick up for you, kind and fun, yeah.

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Did you get my one? Someone you can go to when you need help.

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-OK.

-Someone brave who doesn't think you're lame if you get scared.

-Right.

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Someone you can't get one over on, but they still have a good laugh.

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Don't you see? You're describing Tracy Beaker.

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That's what you should put in your ad.

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You want another Tracy Beaker.

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Psst.

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There you go then. Get it down your neck.

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Guys, I want to come clean.

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Before it gets too weird, I just want to thank...

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the person who let me interview them for the article.

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CHILDREN TALK OVER EACH OTHER

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Look, I just want to thank you all.

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Come on, get on the sofa.

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Big ones at the back, small ones at the front.

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Ready, steady, now.

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CAMERA WHIRS

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-Tracy, we need one with you as well.

-Eh... no, we don't.

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Tracy, Tracy, Tracy, Tracy!

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Go on, Tracy.

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-That's better!

-You can use it in your article.

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Right, everybody. Look at me, please.

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Everybody say "knickers"!

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ALL: Knickers!

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# Don't you forget about me

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# Don't, don't, don't, don't

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# Don't you forget about me

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# Will you stand above me?

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# Look my way... #

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Mmm.

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That's amusing.

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And that.

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Well. You've covered all the bases.

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Make them laugh, make them cry, there's social comment.

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But the big question is, is it good enough to get you

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a full-time job on the paper?

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Tracy!

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Did you get it?

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Yes!

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Well done, Tracy!

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But...

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I didn't take it.

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What?

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I thought I'd miss you guys too much.

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So you're staying?

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If Mike'll have me.

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Yeah!

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Right, hold on. Hold on.

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I might not have taken the job, but they still printed the article!

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Middle pages.

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There it is!

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Look at me!

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Are you sure you've made the right decision?

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I wasn't, right up until the moment she offered me the job.

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Then I knew.

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I've proved I can do it.

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That's enough.

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I guess this means that Cam won't be doing fostering after all.

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Don't be too sure. As she keeps reminding me, it's a very big flat!

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My whole life I've dreamt of being a writer.

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Now I've proved I can be one, if I want and when I want.

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What doing this article's taught me

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is that, right now, the Dumping Ground's where I want to be.

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-Who are you talking to?

-No-one.

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Do you see that? Look!

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