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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Now what? What am I doing wrong?
PHONE CONTINUES TO RING
'Congratulations. You could be the lucky winner
'of a fabulous free family holiday in Florida.
'To win this fabulous free holiday,
'please confirm that you are over 18.'
What's going on?
I'm winning a holiday.
'Please answer the following questions.
'What place is known as the Sunshine State?'
-No, something else. Something...
OK, OK, we're on it, we're on it.
OK, slowly, calmly, looking over your left shoulder.
Slowly, Tracy. Slow down!
All right guys, enough. Inside. Stop. Stop! Stop!
Pull forward, Tracy, pull forward. More, more. Lads, go in. Go in!
You're putting me off as well.
What opens doors in Florida? Quickly, come on!
-No, something else.
The Florida Keys?
'This is your third and final question.'
He's winning a holiday.
'You are one step away from your dream holiday.'
Did you speak to Rob about Lily's first supervised visit?
I'll call him now.
Where's the phone?
'What reptile has been found in the Florida Keys
'for over 200 million years?'
'You have now won your fabulous free family holiday in Florida!
'Please hold for one of our Sun Screen representatives.'
My luck has finally changed!
-Will you get...?!
-Who had it last?
-Ah, bless him. He's learned how to spell his name!
'Well, Toby, you have won a free holiday for you and your family.'
Um...do we have to be a family?
'We do specialise in family holidays.'
That's good, we're a big family!
Sorry. That was my brother.
'Great. So when can our local representative Terrie Fender
'visit your home to get your details?'
Today would be nice. Any time. It doesn't matter.
It's so easy. You just step on the lights.
I know how a dance mat works, thanks very much.
Come on, Lily. You can't lie there doing nothing all day.
Checked the kitchen?
I said I'd checked the kitchen.
She wouldn't have it in the car, would she?
Sorry. I picked up the phone.
You know you're not supposed to touch that without permission.
-Uncle Andrew called.
-Really? What did he say?
He wants to come round to see me. Now. Is that OK?
-It's a bit sudden.
He's having one of his good days. They don't usually last very long.
OK, we see. We'd be only too happy to meet him at last.
Don't be surprised if he acts a little strange.
Meeting new people stresses him out.
-We'll give you guys all the space you need.
-I think you should speak to Gina.
-They could help you.
-I don't want Gina or Mike.
Anyway, they've done enough helping.
It wasn't their fault. Mike said your sisters are happy
with their new foster parents.
-They're going to arrange a visit.
-That's all right then, innit?
Everyone knows the plan?
I can't believe we're going through with this.
Course we are.
-We're going to be heroes.
-More like forgers.
This Terrie thinks we're a big family.
We are so going to get done.
So what do we tell Mike and Gina?
"Here's your ticket!"
No-one can refuse a ticket.
Even if we did tell a lie. We're doing the right thing.
I suppose so.
-So, you know the plan, yeah?
-Here we go. He's here.
Woo-hoo! Nice motor!
Auntie Sandra! Oh, she must have come instead.
Welcome to Elm Tree House.
Is that your dad?
Go! Go! Go!
-LOUD MUSIC STARTS
Sorry about this.
Excuse me. Sapphire!
Come on. Hurry up.
I thought Sapphire was out.
-Nice to meet you. Terrie Fender.
-Is that the phone?
We'll talk in the kitchen. It's quieter.
-Is your brother not coming?
LOUD MUSIC CONTINUES
Elm Tree House.
No, I think you've made a mistake. We're not expecting anybody.
-This is my brother, Johnny.
-Careful. The floor's wet.
So I see.
So...Elm Tree House. This place used to be a care home, didn't it?
Oh, years ago. But our family live here now.
'They said my brother was going to you.'
Are you sure?
'Positive. Can you check again?'
'He's small, maybe he's hiding behind one of the others?'
I don't think... Liam, is that you?
So, Mike's your dad and Gina's your...?
The floor's wet.
-You're meant to be on lookout.
-That's my half-brother Frank.
-And you've met my other brother, Liam.
Show us the tickets, then.
So, um, how many in your family?
-13, wow. That is a big family.
-Is it too big?
-Have you seen Liam?
So, each deluxe villa has its very own luxury swimming pool.
And this is all free?
Completely. F-R-E-E, free.
Sometimes people need to be left on their own. Give her some time.
Everything all right?
Lily's a bit down.
I'll go and talk to her, yeah?
I promised I wouldn't say anything.
-She needs her own time to grieve.
Have any of you seen Liam running by?
Let's get you set up on the database.
He's meant to have mopped the floor.
-He's very strict.
I just want to say hello to Toby's aunt.
The floor's wet.
I'm just coming in for a quick hello.
I don't want you to hurt yourself.
-Argh, my back!
-Can I do anything?
-No, no, you stay there with Toby.
I'll be out in five.
-Is it always like this?
Why did you wash the floor?
I wanted to surprise you.
Well, you succeeded.
-Mike slipped over.
I'll see to him, boys. Go on.
-Is that all right?
-My back's killing me.
I think Johnny has attachment issues.
Why do you say that?
He called me "Dad".
Aw, that's sweet.
-Hi, Harry. You OK?
You sure you don't feel just a bit lonely?
I think that is nearly everything.
Excellent. Now, if you can just get this form filled in by an adult,
I think we're nearly done.
-What's going on?
-Are you their half-sister?
I take it you're not related to these boys?
You are joking me? These losers?
Sapphire's kind of a housemate.
Yeah. For the next 436 days.
Who left this mess here?
This is still a care home, isn't it?
How did you think you'd get away with this?
-I suppose we didn't really think it through.
-We just wanted the holiday.
Were your "parents" in on it?
-They think you're my aunt.
-That's very ingenious.
I guess it was, but it didn't work.
You were just very unlucky.
That's it, we're always unlucky.
Sapphire's right, we're all losers in here.
When something good happens, we can't have it,
because we're not a family.
Well, I must say it does seem horribly unfair.
-I really wish there was something I can do.
-Just do it.
Just give us the holiday!
There are strict guidelines. There's nothing I can do.
-No, I couldn't.
-You can, you can.
If you get an adult's permission, I might be able to swing it.
So get your mum or dad to sign this form, and...
..the rest of this conversation never happened.
What are you doing?
Mike will never agree to this.
-He doesn't have to, does he?
He's getting a holiday. He won't have to lie.
We're doing it for him.
Right! What's his date of birth?
-Come on, come on, we need this!
-We don't know, Liam.
But I think I know someone who might.
-We got a business proposal.
-It's practice time!
I've missed 13 seconds.
-How would you like to go to Florida?
The Sunshine State? It has swamps and alligators.
Yeah. What's not to like?
Nothing. I'd like to go.
Course you would. Fill in this form as if you were Mike.
-It's a surprise for him.
-Don't tell no-one.
-So, are you sure you can answer all these questions?
-How do you remember everything?
-How come you forget?
Not here. Too open.
Harry's feeling a bit lonely.
-So, I thought you could tell him one of your stories.
-Don't remember any.
Once upon a time, there were tiger princesses...
You tell it then. Or read him one of your books.
I don't tell stories anymore.
Can I still have my sweets?
-You paid him?
-I was trying to help you.
-You don't get it.
Nothing you or anyone else can do or say will change the way I feel!
I'm not giving up on you, Lily Kettle.
And that's it.
Your booking is now confirmed.
-You do realise that this reservation
cannot be changed or cancelled?
-Why would we want to do that?
-We're going to Florida!
Here's the receipt. The tickets will be in the post.
We did it!
-You got a problem, boys?
Isn't the holiday free?
The villa's yours for nothing.
You've charged Mike over £5,000 on his credit card!
-That's for the flights.
-You tricked us!
No. You tried to trick me.
But what do we tell Mike?
You're bright boys.
I'm sure you'll think of something. Bye!
-We are so going to die.
-KNOCK ON THE DOOR
Hi, Carmen. Wow! You look amazing!
-Try telling Lily that.
Is she still sad about her sisters?
I've tried everything, she just lays there.
-You know what it's like.
always something that makes me smile.
Nothing I do makes Lily smile, and I'm her best friend.
She's just sad about her sisters.
There's got to be something I can do.
Say that you split up from Johnny and you were miserable about it.
What could I do to make you smile?
We are dead. We are so dead.
How did she get Mike's credit-card details?
-You said fill in the form.
But how did you know?
Mike pays bills by phone. I can't help but remember them.
Let's all calm down.
Tracy's knows about credit-card fraud. She'll sort us out.
-Can you get that?
-Concentrate on your driving.
I've got it. Tracy, please.
She's not picking up.
We're all Bad Luck Boys now.
It's nothing to do with luck. We were scammed.
Whatever, it's still the same.
No, it's not. She cheated us.
And we're going to fight back!
-We did, but she said ask you.
It sounds a bit risky to me.
She misses her sisters so much.
Do you really think it would help?
Yeah. I know how I'd feel if it was me.
Well, if you're sure.
-Thank you, Mike!
Is this it?
Yep. Apartment 3A.
Sun Screen Holidays. Reception.
That's you, Terrie Fender.
Our offices are closed. Please call another time.
Not answering. Let's give up.
Lily! Get up. Look, there's somebody here to see you.
-This is Mr Hamster. Carmen bought him for you.
-Why buy him?
-Thought you'd like him.
Look, he's so cute and fluffy.
-It's wee wee'd! Tee, take him!
-Here! Give him to me!
-Look at his little face.
-Do you like him?
-I love him.
See? He's so cute. He loves you, Lily.
-BLENDER WHIRS Seen Toby anywhere?
BLENDER STOPS Have you seen Toby?
-Just wanted to see he's OK.
I haven't seen him since his auntie left.
That was Toby's aunt?
Yeah. His first family visit.
If you see him, tell him I'm around if he needs to talk.
CAR ALARM WAILS
Gus. What's this?
If you have a problem, you put it in writing.
Touch my car one more time, I'm calling the police.
We didn't touch your car, all right?
Oh, yeah? I saw you! Don't forget, I know where you live.
Oi! Get off that computer. What do you think you're doing?
Get off that!
Let him go!
You come back here!
Johnny? Oh, where are they?
-Quick, get in!
-Go, go, go, go, go!
Come back here now!
Seatbelts please, boys.
Mirror, signal, manoeuvre.
Not now, Cam!
-How did you find us?
Tracy insisted I answer.
I'm only doing ten.
Yeah, but I think you've got some more passengers.
How did you know my credit card...?
Am I going to be arrested, like Tracy?
I didn't get arrested.
Nobody's getting arrested!
I just need to talk sense to this woman.
Oi! You can't just walk in. There's rules!
You want me to call the police instead?
-Couldn't keep her out.
-Where are the thieves?
-We're not thieves. You are!
They broke into my office and stole a valuable item. Where is it?
This is all some misunderstanding.
No, it's not.
Not until you give Mike his money back.
This boy has stolen client information.
Either he gives it back to me right now or I call the police.
There's no need for that.
Can we sort out the holiday thing first? These kids...
They didn't know. Can't you just...?
No. We don't offer refunds or exchanges.
Sorry. Company policy.
You're just an old-fashioned crook, aren't you?
Sun Screen Holidays operates strictly within the law.
We conform to the highest industry standards.
And that includes conning a bunch of kids?
They conned me. They told me they were over 18.
Is that true?
'To win this free holiday,
'please confirm that you are over 18.'
'To claim your free family holiday...'
It's an automated system.
I can't be held responsible.
Really? So, if we look on this, we won't find any more dodgy sales?
You give me that back! Now!
Maybe you're right. We should go to the police...
All right. All right, I'll cancel the transaction.
You'll get your money back.
Good. Better do it now. We'll watch.
Make sure you live up to the "highest industry standards".
Stupid, reckless, irresponsible.
I have a list of at least 30 more words. Need I go on?
Gus, I've changed my credit card.
Leave this house again without permission,
I'm stopping your allowances.
None of you answers the office phone. Understood?
-We'll say no more about it.
-You mean, that's it?
-Do you know what hurts me the most, Johnny?
You calling me Dad.
I thought you meant it.
I might be getting soft in my old age, but it seems to me
that you kids meant well and were the victims in all this.
That old bag got everything she deserved.
-Leading from the front again.
What's that noise?
It's Mr Hamster.
What does that mean?
It means he could be doing it all night.
Toby! Wake up.
Listen, we're sorry about your holiday.
So, we thought you might need cheering up.
So we got you this.
His name's Mr Hamster.
-Look after him.
Hello, Mr Hamster!
Looks like it was my lucky day after all!
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