Drama about a young girl's life in a children's home. Tracy's first night duty descends into a chaotic nightmare certain to end in disaster.
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Well, I've had some dodgy nights in my time...
..but last night was definitely the worst!
Frankly, Cam, I blame your bananas.
-You might need an energy boost.
-It's not my first overnight at the Dumping Ground.
-I did spend half my life there.
-Got your pyjamas?
'Who would've thought those bananas would cause such a problem?'
'I knew there was something going on as soon as I arrived.'
-Hi, guys! Why's everything so...
-He said to keep it down.
-And you agreed?
-Things have really changed since I lived here.
Maybe not. Come on, let's go and look. Quick, quick, quick.
Are you all right, Mike?
Lack of coordination. It might be a brain tumour.
Or a migraine coming on. Oh, pizza toppings.
It's all right. I'll finish those.
They won't like those.
I think I know what they'll like.
I was one of them till recently. Cheese, please.
Cheese. Cheese... Cheese...
It's just a headache.
This book says lots of things start with "just a headache."
It might be malaria. Pleurisy.
-Or even scrofula.
-Weren't you were playing Hide and Seek with Harry?
Yeah. He won. I can't find him.
Ooh, someone's given Gina a makeover.
Stop staring, I'm fine!
You don't look fine. I'll change back into my work gear, and you go home.
You don't have to stay. I'm here.
What, you don't trust me?
It's just that you're inexperienced...
Gina, the Care Workers Awards Ceremony is only once a year. Go.
I'll call if I need you.
OK. But I will be checking in.
SHE SINGS BADLY # Cos nothing was better
# Than you and... #
-Sorry. I just...
Look, just knock next time!
Oh, my favourite.
Chicken and... Yeugh!
It's chicken and banana.
Why did you put banana on it?
To give you an energy boost. I read about it online.
People eat meat and fruit combos in other countries.
-Like ham and pineapple?
-Or pork and apple?
Exactly. It'll be great.
Banana? I don't think so..
Trust me, Frank, you're going to love it.
Sapphire's probably broken a nail.
This pizza's disgusting.
BOY CONTINUES YELLING
It's ok, Harry! You shouldn't have been in there. You just gave me a fright, that's all.
-Toby, take him to get some pizza.
-He won't like it.
He was hiding in my wardrobe, which wouldn't happen if I could lock my door.
You're not allowed a key, it's Council policy.
There's no privacy here! Everyone wanders in and out of my room
-whenever they want.
-It was the same when I was here.
-Bad, right? So give me the key.
-If it was down to me, I would, but...
Guys! You didn't even try it.
-That's why we're making sandwiches.
-I'm fine. I'm fine.
-Mike, go and lie down.
Maybe for five minutes.
-I'm just checking he gets upstairs all right.
-You know what we've got there, Frank?
Rubbish? A gold mine, that's what we've got, mate.
WHISPERING: I need to check his symptoms in case it's something contagious.
-I just want to make sure he's OK.
-It's OK you two. He's fine. Just leave him alone.
He's got a bad head, he needs to sleep.
-It's time for my bath.
-I always have a bath after supper.
I've eaten, so it's time for my bath.
Do you want me to run it for you?
I want you to sit outside the door.
-You always have to do that when he has a bath.
-Just sit outside the door.
OK. You run the bath, I'll be just behind you.
I want you to come now. That's when I'm having it - now.
OK, well, I'll need to make sure Harry's ready for bed first.
-Right, I'll sit there till Tracy gets back. OK, Gus?
Oh, hey, Saph. Can you put Harry to bed? I have to help Gus.
-Can I have the key to my room?
Good night, Harry..
Come on, Harry. Where's your PJs?
-GUS: 'Is Tracy there?'
-'Why are YOU there, Sapphire?'
-It's just me and...
-'Tee? You're not supposed to be there. Where's Carmen?'
-'You can't both be there!
'I don't have two people out there. I only ever have one!'
Gus, I'm here now. You can get in the bath.
'Good. Cos it's getting cold.'
-I'm just going to put Harry to bed.
-'Are you still there?'
"The Orphan Pizza Company. All profits go to help save our local care home."
MOCKINGLY: "Oh, please... do give generously to us poor little orphans!"
Can you hear that?
Someone's coming. We've got to find the phone.
Be back in a minute, OK?
PHONE CONTINUES TO RING
-'Hi, this is Tracy. Leave a message.'
-Hi Tracy, you left your wash bag.
Shall I drop it off?
-Girls, did you hear a phone ringing?
-'I'm out the bath!'
-Great. Is it OK if I read Harry a story now, please?
'As long as you're ready to read me one in 23 minutes and 50 seconds.'
You got it!
You're not supposed to be in here.
-Neither are you.
-I want my key. You?
We're selling pizza.
Your worst idea ever. I wouldn't touch that pizza and it was free.
They don't have to eat it, just pay for it.
Allow me to demonstrate with the help of my glamorous assistant.
-Hello, we're from the orphanage.
If we don't raise enough money, they're going to close it and we'll be homeless. Please buy some pizza.
It's only one pound.
20% or I'll tell Tracy.
How about 0%, and I'll get Tracy to agree to a lock on your door?
"As Katie looked round, he appeared from nowhere.
"He started walking towards her.
"She didn't know what to do,
LOUD CLATTERING Mike needs a doctor.
-He doesn't need a doctor, he just needs some rest.
-He looks hot.
So make him a cold drink and leave it by his bed.
I can't go in the kitchen, I might be carrying his germs.
Carmen, could you make Mike a cold drink while I sort Gus out?
-It's my bed time.
-Then I officially extend it by half an hour.
Hey. All right?
"As the clouds parted, Maximillion Mile flew straight at them in the biggest airship you ever saw... "
Sorry Gus, I've got to get that.
Finish my story.
I'll be right back.
-Hello, Elm Tree House.
-Is everything OK?
-Oh, hi, Gina, everything's fine.
-Why are you out of breath?
Because you just rang for no reason and I ran the length of the house to answer the phone.
It's cordless, why not take it with you?
I've got to work. Thanks for ringing. Bye.
-We need to talk.
-Me and Carmen have the same bed time...
-Which means my bed time should be later than hers.
-Mine should be the latest cos I'm the oldest.
-'Tracy! Finish my story.'
OK. Everyone can stay up half an hour later. How's that?
Oh, Tracy, have you seen Liam?
It's just he promised me something earlier
and maybe he thinks he can get away without doing what he said.
-'Tracy! Finish my story!'
-Oh, hi Liam.
I was thinking about Saph's key.
-Well, don't. You know she's not allowed it.
I know. No key.
But, I was thinking about a bolt.
What? No. That's the same thing.
-'Story! Tracy! Story!'
-She's not allowed a key, but a bolt's different.
One turns, the other slides.
-It's not my call. Sapphire,
-talk to Mike about it tomorrow.
-If Saph gets a bolt tonight,
can she keep it on until she speaks to Mike?
So, can she?
-Look, sure, whatever, OK?
So where am I going to get a bolt?
-Can I borrow a hammer and a screwdriver?
-Haven't got any.
OK, but put them back after. I might need them.
If Mike had a purple rash, I'd be able to see it, right?
-OK. Cos that's the plague.
I wonder if he's been poisoned?
Toby! He'll be fine.
He's probably just got Ebola.
Go, go, go, go, go!
-Elm Tree... Hello?
-'Is everything OK?'
Oh, hi, Gina. No, everything's fine, I was checking the phone.
Mike hasn't drunk his drink...
'Why is Carmen still up?'
I said the kids could stay up a bit later tonight.
-You shouldn't change their bed times.
-It's only for tonight. Harry and Gus are in bed, the others will go soon.
-BANGING What's that noise?
-'The phone needs charging.'
-Not THAT noise.
-Look, you know Mike's here.
So stop worrying and enjoy yourself. OK? Bye, Gina.
Nobody should be banging at night. Make it stop.
I'm going to make it stop, Gus.
What are you doing?!
-Banging that in.
-Where did you get the bolt?
You said I could have one.
-Well, yeah, but...
-Now you're going to have to tuck me in again.
-Mike's got Ebola! Call an ambulance!
-Toby, he hasn't got Ebola.
-We should be in quarantine.
Hi, we're trying to save the local orphanage. Would you...?
-I'm sorry, I don't...
-We made it.
Have...have ten pounds.
-But it's only...
Frank, we need to put our prices up, mate.
Tracy, please can I watch TV?
You shouldn't be this close without a mask.
I don't need one. It's safe.
Toby! Please. Look, Mike hasn't got Ebola.
Look it up on the internet and you'll see.
So, how much have we got left?
35 quid. Not bad, eh?
How are we doing for pizza?
Ah, we should have cut it smaller. Don't worry. Come on.
Tracy said I had to look something up online.
-Tough. She said I could have extra electricals.
-It's important, Johnny!
So's my high score against Euan.
-Right! That's it.
-What's going on?
Tracy, Toby ruined my game. You should give him a sanction.
She said I could use the computer!
-I'm on it, Gus. Where are you going?
-Right, you finish off your game. And you...
Ah, there's no lock on the toilet!
-Who is it?
-Open the door.
I'm sorry, Sapphire can't come out and play today. Try again tomorrow.
I'm not kidding. Open this door now!
-Put the bolt back on the loo door.
-You said I could have it.
No, I didn't!
-Hey! Why did he do that?
-He needed a wee and he couldn't go
because someone took the look off the toilet door!
Gus! Gus! Gus! Open the door! I'm not kidding, open the door now!
Quiet! You'll wake Mike.
-Gus, open the door!
-Oh, I better go check on him.
What's going on?
Gus has locked himself in.
-Open the door! Are you coming out?!
-Right. I warned you!
Sapphire, stop it!
Why? He's messing up my room!
-I think Gus has weed in Sapphire's room.
Gus, open the door!
The noise hasn't woken Mike up yet. We should call an ambulance.
Harry? What are you doing up?
Hiding in the office.
What do you mean hiding?
Where is everyone? Where's Tracy?
Liam and Frank are out selling pizza.
Gus is weeing in Sapphire's room.
She's trashing his.
And Mike's dying.
Right, Harry, don't worry, right?
Just stay where you are.
I'm on my way.
This is Elm Tree House.
We have an emergency!
All right, all right.
Last two slices. Let's sell them, eh, and don't take no for an answer.
-We're here to save the orphanage. Would you...?
-Why would I want to help save the orphanage?
It's a dump and it should have been closed down years ago!
-You ain't listening to me, are you, son?
You thick or something? Look, just get out of it.
Come on, Gus. Please.
Tracy, can I have another bedtime extension? I'm downstairs playing with Tee and...
Carmen, Gus has locked himself inside. This isn't a good time.
Gus! Sapphire's messing up your room!
NOW can I have another bedtime extension?
What are you doing?!
Gus, Gus, Gus, it's OK!
I'll help you tidy up. OK, go to the loo first though, yeah?
I don't need to go any more!
Carmen? Can you give me a hand?
-I'm going to need another bedtime extension to help you tidy all this up.
-Yeah, sure, whatever.
-Look what he did!
-Right, that is it!
Sapphire, take the lock off!
Tee, Carmen, no more extensions.
-Will you go to bed now?!
-We're not going to take any notice of you.
-You're getting get fired tomorrow.
-Sapphire, take the lock off!
Call yourself a care worker?
-You haven't even noticed two of us have been missing all night!
-Liam and Frank!
-Where are they?
-They're not here, so don't bother looking.
-Tell me where they've gone!
-Well, I don't know. They could be anywhere.
And what are you going do? Are you going to wake Mike?
Or ring Gina? Or call the police?
Let me worry about that. Go and get that bolt off your door.
-Gina Conway... Conway, Gina...
-What are you doing under there?
-Waiting for Gina.
-She's on her way.
-Right, who's in charge here?
-That would be me.
Listen, darling, I want to talk to the organ grinder, not the monkey.
-Right then, these two yobs been causing trouble.
-Who are you?
-One of the people they've been trying to con. Here.
-That one there, he attacked me!
-But he grabbed me!
Listen mate, you started it, not us.
You did me a favour, really.
You gave me a reason to write to the council and get your lot shut down.
You're right. Liam, Frank, you were completely out of order.
I don't think writing to the council's enough. We should call the police.
Good idea. Get them both locked up.
-Teach them a lesson.
-Tell the police exactly what happened.
Oh don't you worry, darling.
Good. How about you start with how you dragged a boy with cerebral palsy through the streets?
Well, they woke me up.
I work nights, see.
I'm sure the police will think that's a great reason for assaulting a child.
What is going on?
-Liam, Frank. Office, now!
You lot get to bed.
How dare you sneak out and rip people off?
-We were selling your pizza.
-It's really nice.
Oh, come on, we all know it's rank!
How much did you make?
Nothing. 35 quid, all right?
Really? For those pizzas?
-Right. Tomorrow, you are going round and you're giving back every penny.
-Yeah, but that's not...
You can't really think there's a discussion to be had here?
Good. Now bed.
-You seem to have had quite a time of it.
-I'm so going to get fired.
I know everything that's happened.
Harry. It's OK. I'm back. You can come out.
I spoke to Harry on the phone and he told me everything.
Pizza. Pee. Pandemonium!
I knew this would be a disaster!
And I suppose you are here to pick up the pieces?
No, I came to deliver this.
Oh, all right, Gina. Did you have a good night?
"So, when Katy Kilometre was being dragged down to the bear's cave, she screamed."
Oh, hi Gina.
Why are you back so soon?
-Are you OK, Harry?
-Geoff had a nightmare.
Weird one. With pizza and pee, you wouldn't believe it. I said I'd read them a story.
-You're sure you're OK?
-Yeah, and thanks for bringing the wash bag.
I just want to say I'm sorry I doubted you, Tracy.
It's OK. And thanks for admitting you were wrong.
Where's the Ebola victim?
Yeah, I've had some dodgy nights in my time, but last night was definitely the worst.
-And of course, it was all your fault.
Well, none of it would have happened if you hadn't given me those bananas.
-Tracy, I promise never to hide fruit in your overnight bag again.
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