Drama set in a children's home. Tracy finds stolen goods in Sapphire's room, and Liam discovers Gus's notebooks are full of people's secrets.
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Oh, I've been looking for you. You OK?
Jeff's been hurt. He needs stitches. Look.
Oh, it's all right. I can mend that for you.
You can't. He needs a special thread.
It's in Sapphire's room.
I'm sure we can go get it from her.
-Where's the special thread, then?
When Jeff's mended,
can we play Heavy Metal Monsters on the computer?
-We don't have that game, Harry.
Look, she's got loads.
It's so funny!
-Have you seen this one?
-It's so good. It's about this girl...
-Is she pretty?
She has nothing on you.
Hey, I thought it was Liam and Frank's turn to do the hoovering?
I'm a subcontractor.
Frank, Liam, get out here now!
I hear you're subcontracting again.
HE SWITCHES HOOVER OFF
What's the going rate this time?
Two giant packets of Cheesy Worms.
-It's a fair market rate!
Has anyone discovered where that nasty smell is coming from?
It's definitely not the bathrooms.
-Take a whiff outside Gus's bedroom. It would melt your nose.
Boys, come on.
It's been worse since Wednesday, when it got sunny.
Gus is back from his dad's tomorrow, it must be sorted by then.
I'm going in.
Oh-h! Look at that!
How did this HAPPEN?!
Somebody's been letting Gus eat in his room.
You stole your foster mum's credit card?
-Adopted mum! And I borrowed it.
-But you did get arrested?
Er, yeah. The charges were dropped.
If you want to hear about it, why not come over? It's curry night.
-No, he doesn't want...
-Wait. You said that wasn't allowed.
-It isn't prison.
-I'll clear it with Mike and Gina. See you later!
-Your mission is to seek and destroy.
-But why us?
It's time you two did some work!
-If we touch Gus's stuff, he'll freak!
What you do is make sure you put everything back where you found it.
See you later, guys.
They could only have given it to us!
No, you first...
Tracy gave Jeff stitches...
with YOUR special thread!
I'll call you back.
-What are you doing in my room?
-Where did you get this lot?
Don't mess with my stuff!
Your stuff? Heavy Metal Monsters and Heroes Of Formula One?
They're presents from Ferris.
Three copies of World Heavyweight Super Smackdown? Romantic.
Get out of my face, Beaker.
Not till you tell me where you really got this lot from. Well?
They were on offer.
What, five finger discount? I'm not stupid!
Fine, you won't talk to me, maybe I should talk to Mike and Gina.
-You do that, and I say what I saw today.
Out shopping, instead of at college.
There's a lot Mike and Gina don't know. Tee falling out of the tree.
Liam and Frank going out at night, and almost getting beaten up.
-I got your back on that one, remember?
-So you'll do the same for me.
-You're blackmailing me.
That's a nasty little word for keeping each other's secrets.
Fine. You don't talk about it... I won't.
Hey! You can't take my stuff!
You got a problem with it, take it up with Mike and Gina.
Gus likes to eat on his own. What's the problem?
The problem is that entire new life forms were evolving under the bed!
Look, I know the kids like you, but your first duty is to protect them,
-not make them think you're cool.
-I do know that!
Well, sometimes I wonder.
He sees everything that goes on in this place. And he don't lie.
Have you seen this? Gina's husband calls her "Snugglebum"...
This. It's about us.
"June 6th. I went to the shopping centre with Liam and Frank.
"The burger smell made Frank's tummy gurgle but we didn't have any money,
"so Liam said, let's do the Dive." He wrote about the Dive!
'We looked in a bin and found some chips, and Liam said, "Jackpot!"
-'And Frank said, "Sweet as."
'He did not say, sweet as what.
'Liam pointed at a man and Frank said, "Yes, that one."
'The food was nice, but Liam said, "You mustn't tell anyone
'"because if you do we are dead meat."'
What are you two doing?
Just tidying Gus's room.
What, and reading his private notebooks while you were at it?
Give them to me, come on.
All of them.
Right, I want you to tidy Gus's room before he gets back. Right?!
We need them pages, otherwise we're in serious trouble.
-I was just about to lock these in the office.
Listen, why don't I do that, then you can get started on dinner?
I know how much you like curry night!
-What do you think?
Good. I think I'll join you.
I can't come out. Beaker's on my case.
Well, if you think you can sort it out, then get down here now!
So I'll see you in the usual place in ten minutes.
You'd better be there!
How could you?
I'm sorry. I couldn't put it down.
Did you know that Gus has drawn pie charts
-of your monthly biscuit consumption?
but I read about the top ten excuses for your "silent but deadlies".
No, no. Gus is mistaken. You know we've had a problem with the drains.
"Problem with the drains," AKA, excuse number four.
-Where does he say that?
No, put those in the bins outside!
-Do you want us to take the notebooks out as well?
I think these notebooks...
should be locked away until Gus gets back.
-Did you do it?
-Good work, Frank.
-I need a wee.
-Oh, I really need a wee now.
-Too late now, anyway.
Right, let's do it!
-What is it, Frank?
-Your alien plant.
My slipper orchid?
Oh, no! My orchid!
Mike! The toilet's overflowing!
Oh, I need to see Gina.
Oh, my orchid...!
-What do you want?
-Have you seen Frank anywhere?
Oh, it doesn't matter.
OK, what is it you're really up to?
-Unblocking the toilet with Mike!
-Come on, Liam!
Stop following me, Beaker! Just leave me alone!
That'll be Sapphire.
There's been a change of plan.
All right, you got me. What do you want?
When I catch whoever did this...
There's more up here.
I can't reach it.
-You've got smaller hands than me...
-No, no, no, no. No way!
Someone's got to do it, unless you care to explain to Sapphire
why you're sharing the girls' bathroom.
Sapphire told me about the... misunderstanding about my presents.
Football and wrestling games?
I'm trying to get her into the stuff I like.
-What's wrong with that?
-Where'd you get the money from?
-What are you, a cop?
No, but I've spent most of my life in this place
and I've learned a few things.
-Like how to tell when a kid is lying.
-I'm not lying!
Come off it! We both know you couldn't afford half that stuff.
Where did you get it? Or do I have to show your mum?
-You don't know where she lives.
-The Fairbourne Estate - I'll find her.
See, I told you, you learn a few things.
Even Sapphire lets things slip occasionally.
Probably because she likes you.
So don't get her into trouble.
OK. I'll tell you the truth.
Look, it's not her fault. She's had a tough time.
Maybe this is just her way of dealing with it.
-Sapphire stole all that stuff?
-I've told her not to be so stupid.
It's not like she even plays those games.
-Maybe she thinks she's doing it for you?
Look, I've tried to stop her, but she won't listen.
All right. Thanks for letting me know.
Er...where are you going?
-I think I'm just going to...
-Curry night, remember?
Anyway, sounds like Sapphire's got a problem.
She needs all the help she can get...if you're telling the truth.
Someone blocked the toilet.
I thought we'd agreed to keep those books locked up?
So did I! But, you know, they weren't in the filing cabinet.
I am going to wet myself!
You and Frank have been reading Gus's notebooks.
That's funny because we're not the only ones, eh, Mike, Gina?
I'll put it this way. I won't say nothing to Gus if you don't.
# Take out the papers and the trash
# Or you don't get no spendin' cash
# If you don't scrub that kitchen floor
# You ain't gonna rock and roll no more
# Yakety yak, don't talk back
# Just finish cleanin' up your room
# Let's see that dust fly with that broom
# Get all that garbage out of sight
# Or you don't go out Friday night
# Yakety yak, don't talk back. #
-Am I a fruit?
Guys. This is Ferris - Sapphire's boyfriend.
Make sure you look after him, OK?
-Get a headband, then.
-And a card but don't look at it.
-Is anyone going to ask a question.
-Do you love Sapphire?
-Do you have to kiss her?
-Will she move out and live with you?
Do you like Haggis?
KNOCK AT DOOR Who is it?
-I've got nothing to say to you, Beaker.
Sapphire, Ferris is downstairs.
Wait. He told me everything.
Told you what? I'm not falling for that!
He said you've got a problem.
We both want to help you.
What did you say to Tracy?
- Nothing. - Well, she said...
-OK, let's take this somewhere private.
Shut up! Come on, Ferris.
Right, Ferris. Tell Sapphire what you said to me.
I didn't say anything.
You did! He's lying.
He said you had a shoplifting problem.
It was you, wasn't it?
You took the stuff and she's been hiding it for you.
You tried to put the blame on her!
No! That's not how it is.
-You know nothing about us!
-Think, Sapph! Who's going to go down?
Mummy and Daddy will make out he's been led astray by a kid in care.
-No-one's going down.
-Just promise me you'll stop. Both of you.
Otherwise I can't keep this a secret any more.
If you tell anyone, I go to Mike and Gina and I tell them everything.
Then I'll tell everyone in this dump that Tracy Beaker is a grass.
See how much respect you get then.
Sapph! Oh, you must be the famous Ferris! I'm glad you could make it.
This is almost ready.
Tracy, go and call the others, yeah.
You two, start laying out the table.
That's how it is here, Ferris. Everyone has to muck in. Go on.
Yeah, come on, Ferris.
Sapphire's boyfriend's in the kitchen if you want to meet him.
-For real? Ferris is here?
Hi. It's Tracy.
-Have you got a car?
-Just wait till one's left unlocked.
Shut up. DOORBELL RINGS
I'll get it.
So, are you two getting married?
I mean, I don't really know.
Well, Sapphire wants diamonds and sapphires in her wedding ring,
-because Sapphire's her name.
Good luck, mate. This is her on a good day.
-How many girlfriends have you had?
Let's show some respect for the curry night.
Mike, it's Tadka dhal. Do you think you should?
It's my favourite.
OK, well, you know... the "silent but deadlies".
Do you know what, you're right...
What did you say?
Nothing. nothing. Snugglebum.
Ferris, can you come out here for a second?
-This is gorgeous, well done.
-This is really, really, nice.
The stuff's in here. I want you to take it and go.
Wait...what's going on?
Back in a second.
It wasn't me. I didn't take it.
Tracy, what's going on?
Go in and look for yourself.
Sapphire nicks stuff. She can't help herself.
Ferris! He's lying!
This is his stuff. Him and his mates.
They robbed it. I was just looking after it.
Hold on. Tracy, what's going on here?
-You don't know?
-Tracy just invited me here to discuss her column.
You didn't snitch?
You tricked me.
-Maybe a bit.
-So. All this stuff is stolen? And you
both say the other one took it?
-All right, Tracy. Would you get Mr Milligan in here, please?
I'll need an appropriate adult to accompany these two to the station.
-Both of them?
-That's what I said.
-But Sapphire hasn't done anything.
-I have to do my job, Tracy.
-You can't do this!
-Don't worry, Tracy.
-I'm sure he won't let them spend too long in the cells.
-Come on, you two.
Look, I robbed all this lot, all right? Sapphire's done nothing wrong.
Receiving stolen goods isn't nothing.
She was lying, all right? Trying to protect me.
Sapphire thought the stuff was legit, that I got it cheap.
I'll swear it in court. Just...
leave Sapphire alone.
-What's your name, son?
-Ferris. Ferris Lloyd.
-Is that right?
-I think so.
-Oh, he's not one of yours then?
Ferris Lloyd, I am arresting you on a charge of shoplifting.
POLICEMAN CAUTIONS FERRIS
'Sometimes real life can seem cruel.
'It can get in the way of your hopes and your dreams.
'When you're a kid, you get told a lot of fairy tales about love,
'but nobody tells a story where the handsome prince
'throws the beautiful princess to the dragon.
'And then changes his mind, and jumps into the flames himself.
'No-one sees that one coming.
'Because in fairy tales you know what you're getting.
'The prince will be brave,
'the princess will be good and the dragon will be defeated.'
KNOCK AT DOOR
You messed it all up.
-Your stitches fell out.
-But Sapphire's helping mend Jeff now for me.
-I'm really sorry about the way things turned out.
There you go. Good as new.
Thank you. You all right now, Jeff?
Is that him?
What are you doing?
Deleting him from my life.
He was brave, in the end.
Sure you don't want to give him another chance?
Why? So he can hurt me again?
'But in real life, happy ever after takes practice.
'We all make mistakes.
'That doesn't make you the big bad wolf or the wicked witch.'
So, what do you think? Was I right to get involved?
I don't know. How often do we ever know if we've done the right thing?
Brilliant, you're a great help, I'm so glad you adopted me.
However, I think it made a great article.
-Yes! You protected your sources but you still made me care.
And most importantly you made me laugh.
-And that's good?
if you don't make it as a care worker, you just might be a writer.
Someone's been reading my notebooks!
I'm sorry. We moved the books when we were cleaning out your room.
Yeah, but you didn't have to read them!
-Or tear pages out!
-Someone tore pages out?
-What pages were torn out?
-Book four, pages seven and eight.
Frank bumped into a man who gave us money for burgers.
You two have been burger-diving again?! Right, that's it.
You are banned from the shopping centre!
-You can't do that!
-It's not fair!
You two have committed fraud!
I think Mike's let you off lightly!
Also, book three, page sixteen.
Gina's actual dress size is...
-OK, that's enough, Gus.
-Also, book two, page seven.
Mike spilt coffee in Gina's laptop, blamed us kids.
It was an accident. Gus, we're all really, really sorry. OK?
Next time you want to read my private notebooks, just ask me!
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