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Good Luck Boy

Drama about a young girl's life in a children's home. Toby and the lads have to fake being a family when they win a free holiday to Florida.


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PHONE RINGS

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Try that.

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Now what? What am I doing wrong?

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PHONE CONTINUES TO RING

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'Congratulations. You could be the lucky winner

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'of a fabulous free family holiday in Florida.

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'To win this fabulous free holiday,

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'please confirm that you are over 18.'

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Um...well...

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'Thank you.'

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What's going on?

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I'm winning a holiday.

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'Please answer the following questions.

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'What place is known as the Sunshine State?'

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What's that?

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-Um...happiness?

-No, something else. Something...

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Florida!

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-'Correct.'

-Yes!

-Yes!

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OK, OK, we're on it, we're on it.

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OK, slowly, calmly, looking over your left shoulder.

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Slowly, Tracy. Slow down!

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Come on.

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All right guys, enough. Inside. Stop. Stop! Stop!

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Pull forward, Tracy, pull forward. More, more. Lads, go in. Go in!

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You're putting me off as well.

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What opens doors in Florida? Quickly, come on!

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-Battering rams?

-Americans.

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-Battering rams.

-No, something else.

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Keys?

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The Florida Keys?

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'Correct.

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'This is your third and final question.'

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He's winning a holiday.

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'You are one step away from your dream holiday.'

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DOOR OPENS

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Did you speak to Rob about Lily's first supervised visit?

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I'll call him now.

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Where's the phone?

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'What reptile has been found in the Florida Keys

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'for over 200 million years?'

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Squirrel!

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Alligator?

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Alligator?

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'Congratulations!

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'You have now won your fabulous free family holiday in Florida!

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'Please hold for one of our Sun Screen representatives.'

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My luck has finally changed!

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-Will you get...?!

-Who had it last?

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BOTH: Tracy.

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-T-O-B-Y.

-Ah, bless him. He's learned how to spell his name!

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'Well, Toby, you have won a free holiday for you and your family.'

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Um...do we have to be a family?

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'We do specialise in family holidays.'

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That's good, we're a big family!

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Sorry. That was my brother.

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'Great. So when can our local representative Terrie Fender

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'visit your home to get your details?'

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Today would be nice. Any time. It doesn't matter.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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It's so easy. You just step on the lights.

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I know how a dance mat works, thanks very much.

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Come on, Lily. You can't lie there doing nothing all day.

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Checked the kitchen?

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I said I'd checked the kitchen.

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She wouldn't have it in the car, would she?

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Sorry. I picked up the phone.

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You know you're not supposed to touch that without permission.

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-Uncle Andrew called.

-Really? What did he say?

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He wants to come round to see me. Now. Is that OK?

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-It's a bit sudden.

-I know.

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He's having one of his good days. They don't usually last very long.

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OK, we see. We'd be only too happy to meet him at last.

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Don't be surprised if he acts a little strange.

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Meeting new people stresses him out.

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-We'll give you guys all the space you need.

-Thanks.

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-Lily.

-What?

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-I think you should speak to Gina.

-No.

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-They could help you.

-I don't want Gina or Mike.

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Anyway, they've done enough helping.

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It wasn't their fault. Mike said your sisters are happy

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with their new foster parents.

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-They're going to arrange a visit.

-That's all right then, innit?

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Everyone knows the plan?

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I can't believe we're going through with this.

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Course we are.

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-We're going to be heroes.

-More like forgers.

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This Terrie thinks we're a big family.

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We are so going to get done.

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So what do we tell Mike and Gina?

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"Here's your ticket!"

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No-one can refuse a ticket.

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Even if we did tell a lie. We're doing the right thing.

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I suppose so.

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-So, you know the plan, yeah?

-Here we go. He's here.

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Woo-hoo! Nice motor!

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Auntie Sandra! Oh, she must have come instead.

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Welcome to Elm Tree House.

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Is that your dad?

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-Yeah.

-Hi.

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Go! Go! Go!

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-LOUD MUSIC STARTS

-Welcome.

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Sorry about this.

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Excuse me. Sapphire!

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Come on. Hurry up.

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I thought Sapphire was out.

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-Nice to meet you. Terrie Fender.

-Is that the phone?

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PHONE RINGS

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Sorry.

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We'll talk in the kitchen. It's quieter.

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-Is your brother not coming?

-No.

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LOUD MUSIC CONTINUES

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Elm Tree House.

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No, I think you've made a mistake. We're not expecting anybody.

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-This is my brother, Johnny.

-Hi.

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-Hello, Johnny.

-Careful. The floor's wet.

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So I see.

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So...Elm Tree House. This place used to be a care home, didn't it?

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Oh, years ago. But our family live here now.

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Thank you.

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'They said my brother was going to you.'

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Are you sure?

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'Positive. Can you check again?'

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'He's small, maybe he's hiding behind one of the others?'

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I don't think... Liam, is that you?

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PHONE BEEPS

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Liam!

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So, Mike's your dad and Gina's your...?

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-Stepmum.

-Stepmum. Right.

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The floor's wet.

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-You're meant to be on lookout.

-That's my half-brother Frank.

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Hi, Frank.

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-And you've met my other brother, Liam.

-Hello, Liam.

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Show us the tickets, then.

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So, um, how many in your family?

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-13.

-13, wow. That is a big family.

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-Is it too big?

-No.

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Absolutely perfect.

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Liam!

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-Have you seen Liam?

-He's upstairs.

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Right.

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So, each deluxe villa has its very own luxury swimming pool.

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And this is all free?

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Completely. F-R-E-E, free.

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Sometimes people need to be left on their own. Give her some time.

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Everything all right?

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Lily's a bit down.

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I'll go and talk to her, yeah?

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I promised I wouldn't say anything.

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-She needs her own time to grieve.

-Right.

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Have any of you seen Liam running by?

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Liam!

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Let's get you set up on the database.

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Dad's coming!

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He's meant to have mopped the floor.

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-He's very strict.

-Your dad?

-Yeah.

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Floor's wet.

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I just want to say hello to Toby's aunt.

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The floor's wet.

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I'm just coming in for a quick hello.

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I don't want you to hurt yourself.

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Argh!

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-Dad!

-Argh, my back!

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-Can I do anything?

-No, no, you stay there with Toby.

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I'll be out in five.

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-Is it always like this?

-Pretty much.

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Why did you wash the floor?

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I wanted to surprise you.

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Well, you succeeded.

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-What's happened?

-Mike slipped over.

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I'll see to him, boys. Go on.

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-Is that all right?

-My back's killing me.

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I think Johnny has attachment issues.

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Why do you say that?

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He called me "Dad".

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Aw, that's sweet.

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-Hi, Harry. You OK?

-Yes.

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You sure you don't feel just a bit lonely?

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Right.

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I think that is nearly everything.

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Excellent. Now, if you can just get this form filled in by an adult,

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I think we're nearly done.

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Hi, Sapphire.

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-What's going on?

-Are you their half-sister?

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-Yes. No.

-Step-sister.

-Cousin.

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I take it you're not related to these boys?

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You are joking me? These losers?

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Sapphire's kind of a housemate.

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Yeah. For the next 436 days.

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Unfortunately.

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Who left this mess here?

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This is still a care home, isn't it?

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How did you think you'd get away with this?

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-I suppose we didn't really think it through.

-We just wanted the holiday.

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Were your "parents" in on it?

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-They think you're my aunt.

-That's very ingenious.

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I guess it was, but it didn't work.

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You were just very unlucky.

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That's it, we're always unlucky.

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Sapphire's right, we're all losers in here.

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When something good happens, we can't have it,

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because we're not a family.

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Well, I must say it does seem horribly unfair.

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-I really wish there was something I can do.

-Just do it.

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Just give us the holiday!

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There are strict guidelines. There's nothing I can do.

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-Unless...

-What?

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-No, I couldn't.

-You can, you can.

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-I shouldn't.

-You should!

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If you get an adult's permission, I might be able to swing it.

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So get your mum or dad to sign this form, and...

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..the rest of this conversation never happened.

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Nice one!

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What are you doing?

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Mike will never agree to this.

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-He doesn't have to, does he?

-Liam...

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He's getting a holiday. He won't have to lie.

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We're doing it for him.

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Right! What's his date of birth?

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-Come on, come on, we need this!

-We don't know, Liam.

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But I think I know someone who might.

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PIANO PLAYS

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Gus?

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Practicing.

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-We got a business proposal.

-It's practice time!

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I've missed 13 seconds.

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Gus.

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-How would you like to go to Florida?

-Florida?

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The Sunshine State? It has swamps and alligators.

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Yeah. What's not to like?

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Nothing. I'd like to go.

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Course you would. Fill in this form as if you were Mike.

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-It's a surprise for him.

-Don't tell no-one.

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-Got it.

-So, are you sure you can answer all these questions?

-Yes.

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-How do you remember everything?

-How come you forget?

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Not here. Too open.

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-Hi!

-Hi, Lily.

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Harry's feeling a bit lonely.

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-So, I thought you could tell him one of your stories.

-Don't remember any.

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Once upon a time, there were tiger princesses...

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You tell it then. Or read him one of your books.

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I don't tell stories anymore.

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Can I still have my sweets?

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-Thanks.

-You paid him?

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-I was trying to help you.

-You don't get it.

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Nothing you or anyone else can do or say will change the way I feel!

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I'm not giving up on you, Lily Kettle.

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And that's it.

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Your booking is now confirmed.

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-Yes!

-You do realise that this reservation

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cannot be changed or cancelled?

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-Why would we want to do that?

-We're going to Florida!

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Here's the receipt. The tickets will be in the post.

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We did it!

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Receipt?

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-Wait!

-You got a problem, boys?

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Isn't the holiday free?

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The villa's yours for nothing.

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You've charged Mike over £5,000 on his credit card!

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-That's for the flights.

-You tricked us!

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No. You tried to trick me.

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But what do we tell Mike?

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You're bright boys.

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I'm sure you'll think of something. Bye!

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Wait!

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-We are so going to die.

-Yep.

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-KNOCK ON THE DOOR

-Come in.

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Hi, Carmen. Wow! You look amazing!

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-Try telling Lily that.

-Oh.

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Is she still sad about her sisters?

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I've tried everything, she just lays there.

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-You know what it's like.

-There's

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always something that makes me smile.

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Nothing I do makes Lily smile, and I'm her best friend.

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She's just sad about her sisters.

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There's got to be something I can do.

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Say that you split up from Johnny and you were miserable about it.

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What could I do to make you smile?

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Tee?!

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We are dead. We are so dead.

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How did she get Mike's credit-card details?

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-Gus?

-You said fill in the form.

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But how did you know?

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Mike pays bills by phone. I can't help but remember them.

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Let's all calm down.

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Tracy's knows about credit-card fraud. She'll sort us out.

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MOBILE RINGS

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-Can you get that?

-Concentrate on your driving.

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Keep straight.

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I've got it. Tracy, please.

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She's not picking up.

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We're all Bad Luck Boys now.

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It's nothing to do with luck. We were scammed.

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Whatever, it's still the same.

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No, it's not. She cheated us.

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And we're going to fight back!

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-Ask Gina.

-We did, but she said ask you.

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It sounds a bit risky to me.

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She misses her sisters so much.

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Do you really think it would help?

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Yeah. I know how I'd feel if it was me.

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Well, if you're sure.

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-OK.

-Thank you, Mike!

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Is this it?

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Yep. Apartment 3A.

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Ready?

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INTERCOM BUZZES

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Sun Screen Holidays. Reception.

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That's you, Terrie Fender.

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Our offices are closed. Please call another time.

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Not answering. Let's give up.

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OK. Right.

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Plan B.

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Lily! Get up. Look, there's somebody here to see you.

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-What's that?

-This is Mr Hamster. Carmen bought him for you.

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-Why buy him?

-Thought you'd like him.

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Look, he's so cute and fluffy.

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-It's wee wee'd! Tee, take him!

-No way!

-Here! Give him to me!

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-He's cute.

-Look at his little face.

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-Do you like him?

-I love him.

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Thanks, Carmen.

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See? He's so cute. He loves you, Lily.

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-BLENDER WHIRS Seen Toby anywhere?

-What?!

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BLENDER STOPS Have you seen Toby?

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-No. Why?

-Just wanted to see he's OK.

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I haven't seen him since his auntie left.

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That was Toby's aunt?

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Yeah. His first family visit.

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If you see him, tell him I'm around if he needs to talk.

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-OK.

-Thanks.

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CAR ALARM WAILS

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Gus. What's this?

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Oi!

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If you have a problem, you put it in writing.

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Touch my car one more time, I'm calling the police.

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We didn't touch your car, all right?

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Oh, yeah? I saw you! Don't forget, I know where you live.

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Clear!

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Oi! Get off that computer. What do you think you're doing?

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Get off that!

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Let him go!

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You come back here!

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Johnny? Oh, where are they?

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-Go!

-Tracy!

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-Quick, get in!

-Go, go, go, go, go!

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Come back here now!

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Seatbelts please, boys.

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Mirror, signal, manoeuvre.

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Not now, Cam!

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-How did you find us?

-Sapphire called.

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Tracy insisted I answer.

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Slow down.

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I'm only doing ten.

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Yeah, but I think you've got some more passengers.

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£5,363?

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How did you know my credit card...?

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ALL: Gus.

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Am I going to be arrested, like Tracy?

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I didn't get arrested.

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Nobody's getting arrested!

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I just need to talk sense to this woman.

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Oi! You can't just walk in. There's rules!

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You want me to call the police instead?

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-Couldn't keep her out.

-Where are the thieves?

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-Thieves?

-We're not thieves. You are!

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They broke into my office and stole a valuable item. Where is it?

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This is all some misunderstanding.

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No, it's not.

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Not until you give Mike his money back.

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This boy has stolen client information.

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Either he gives it back to me right now or I call the police.

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There's no need for that.

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Can we sort out the holiday thing first? These kids...

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They didn't know. Can't you just...?

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No. We don't offer refunds or exchanges.

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Sorry. Company policy.

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You're just an old-fashioned crook, aren't you?

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Sun Screen Holidays operates strictly within the law.

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We conform to the highest industry standards.

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And that includes conning a bunch of kids?

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They conned me. They told me they were over 18.

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Is that true?

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Tracy.

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'..in Florida.

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'To win this free holiday,

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'please confirm that you are over 18.'

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-'Um...well...'

-'Thank you.

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'To claim your free family holiday...'

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Well?

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It's an automated system.

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I can't be held responsible.

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Really? So, if we look on this, we won't find any more dodgy sales?

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You give me that back! Now!

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Maybe you're right. We should go to the police...

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..with this.

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All right. All right, I'll cancel the transaction.

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You'll get your money back.

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Good. Better do it now. We'll watch.

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Make sure you live up to the "highest industry standards".

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Stupid, reckless, irresponsible.

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I have a list of at least 30 more words. Need I go on?

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Yes, please!

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-ALL:

-Shut up!

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Gus, I've changed my credit card.

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Leave this house again without permission,

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I'm stopping your allowances.

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None of you answers the office phone. Understood?

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-Fine.

-Whatever.

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-We'll say no more about it.

-You mean, that's it?

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-Do you know what hurts me the most, Johnny?

-Your back!

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You calling me Dad.

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I thought you meant it.

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I might be getting soft in my old age, but it seems to me

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that you kids meant well and were the victims in all this.

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That old bag got everything she deserved.

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-Tracy!

-Sorry.

-Leading from the front again.

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As always.

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SQUEAKING

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Lily. Lily!

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What?

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What's that noise?

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It's Mr Hamster.

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He's noctagonal.

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What does that mean?

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It means he could be doing it all night.

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Toby.

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Toby! Wake up.

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What?

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Toby.

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Listen, we're sorry about your holiday.

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So, we thought you might need cheering up.

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So we got you this.

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His name's Mr Hamster.

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-Look after him.

-Thanks.

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Bye!

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Hello, Mr Hamster!

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Looks like it was my lucky day after all!

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