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Drama set in a children's home. Tracy finds it hard to deal with life when she is left to live on her own, and Lily's return destroys Carmen and Elektra's friendship.


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I keep having a dream I'm on a ship.

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My real mum and Cam are with me, but a huge wave is coming,

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so I grab the anchor and throw it over the side to keep us all safe.

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But it doesn't work, and Mum and Cam disappear,

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I'm all alone, and the wind keeps coming and...

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Toy cupboard's sorted, laundry's clean,

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and you can see the actual living room floor.

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Above and beyond the call.

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Tidy house, tidy minds!

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Are you feeling all right?

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Why don't you go home?

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Um, oh, I'll just do the kitchen first.

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So she's been in New York, how long now?

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Three weeks. One more to go.

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-Wow, a whole month with the flat to yourself.

-It's been great.

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Honestly, you're going to love living on your own.

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-I'm having such a good time.

-Really?

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Yeah. Parties every night.

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-Then why are you here, Tracy?

-Hmm?

-Why are you here, cleaning at...

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eight o'clock at night? If you're having such a good time, I mean.

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-Oh...no reason. I just wanted to get it done.

-Right.

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You're right. Something's definitely up with Beaker.

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-Make yourself at home(!)

-I always do.

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-What you doing?

-Nothing.

-How can one person have so much glitz?

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-Well, it makes me happy.

-Why? It's just stuff.

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Well, no, each one has a memory.

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What?

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Um... That one, I think,

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I bought when me, Tee and Lily... and Tracy went into town.

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-Big deal.

-And then when Tracy made Tee laugh,

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milkshake just shot out her nose!

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OK, um, this?

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That was a "sorry" from my mum one night when she didn't come home.

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-Oh. What about this one?

-Um...

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nothing really, I just like it.

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Mike.

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-Yes?

-Sapph agrees that something's not right about Tracy.

-Really?

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Cos let's face it, Tracy isn't shy about telling

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when there's something she's not happy about.

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I know, I know. But that's what's odd. I mean, she's staying late.

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-Everything's getting cleaned.

-Well, don't knock it.

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At least this place will be tidy.

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Maybe there's something she doesn't want us to know about?

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-PHONE RINGS

-Hello, Elm Tree House.

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Lily's social worker.

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Can borrow it if you like.

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Nah, it's too pretty for me.

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What do you mean "too pretty"? You are pretty.

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-No, I'm not, I'm ugly.

-Rubbish!

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Now you can wear it tomorrow and then it will have a memory.

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What memory?

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Um...the day I realised that me and Elektra could be friends.

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Hang on while I puke everywhere.

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-Fine, give it back. I don't care.

-No, sorry, it's just...

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I've never had anything... nice before.

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Honestly, Elektra, you're just so...

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-So what?

-Just so!

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-Look, Elektra, it's your boyfriend.

-Ha-ha(!)

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-You have such a big room.

-Don't you think it's a bit too big though?

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OK, how can a room be too big?

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-I don't really like sleeping in here on my own.

-I could move in.

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OK, I was joking! Why would I want to live with a squirt?

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-Elektra!

-Thanks!

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House meeting. Come on.

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This isn't going to take long.

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Tracy, what are you doing here? It's ten past eight.

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What is it with everyone?!

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-Right, Lily's social worker called.

-Is she all right?

-Mm-hmm.

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Just let me finish. She's going to be coming here for respite care.

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-Maybe three, four times a month.

-What's respite care?

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It's like when a parent or carer has a break

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away from the person they look after.

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So has her dad been drinking again?

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No. It's just her dad needs to have time on his own

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and Lily needs to see her friends, yeah?

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Well, wouldn't she go back to Tracy's?

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She can't, not while Cam's away.

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-So she's coming here.

-Lily's coming back!

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-Hi from over here!

-'Well, hello, over there!

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'Hi from over here in New York!'

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Well, hello, over there! How are you?

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'Oh, missing you of course, but good. Hey, I've got some great news.'

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-Ooh, me too.

-'Well, you first.'

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-No, no, you go first.

-'No, go on. You go.'

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OK, Lily's having respite care, it's going to be a regular thing.

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Which means, she can come back to us. How brilliant is that?

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'That's great, Tracy.'

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So, what was your news?

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'Oh, it's nothing, honestly.

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'So, how's the flat? Still a tip, I bet.'

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-I'm trying my best, Cam, but some mates have just left.

-'Show me.'

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No! There's pizza boxes everywhere.

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'Tracy Beaker! You're impossible.'

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Thanks, guys, I can do the rest from here.

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I swear, I shouldn't be shifting beds, I'm no removal man.

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Oh, really? You smell like one!

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Oh, is that right?

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Lucky I didn't move in, then.

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-You didn't really want to move in, did you?

-No.

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Elektra, could I...have my necklace back, please?

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You said I could wear it today.

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Um, because I was kind of planning to give it to Lily

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as a welcome-home present.

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Oh... Oh, no, that's great.

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Give Lily the present you were going to give to ME first.

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It wasn't a present, more of a...

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-borrow.

-Yeah?

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"The day I realised Elektra and me could be friends."

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I don't want your stinking necklace.

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Why would I even want a stupid piece of plastic, or be your friend?

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I'm sorry, Elektra, you can take it... Ow!

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Oops, I slipped.

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-Morning!

-Morn... Tracy, you're four hours early for your shift.

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Well, it's nice to feel wanted.

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No, really, why are you here?

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Mike said he wanted the files reorganised.

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They've needed doing for years, why now?

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Tidy filing cabinets, tidy minds.

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Well, you can do them when you come back.

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Now, go home and come back later.

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Overtime, um, Mike said it'd be cool for me to get some extra cash.

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Tracy, are you all right?

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Absolutely fine. You won't know I'm here.

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-Lily!

-Tee! Hello!

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-Hey, everyone.

-Lil-l-l-l-l-ly!

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Oh, here we go! Hey, Carmen.

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I made you this card and, like, everyone's signed it.

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Oh, wow. I love it.

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I love it, Carm, thanks.

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It's all right.

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It's good, really good.

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It's just with work and looking after me,

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I think he needs a little bit of a break.

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Well, we're always glad to have you here, Lil.

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-Aw, I've really missed you.

-Me too.

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So you've had the flat to yourself, then?

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Yeah, it's been brilliant, parties every night.

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Cam's back in a week, told her you'll be moving back into the flat.

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Oh, right.

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Obviously, cos Cam's your foster parent,

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I can't have you in the flat now, with me on my own.

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-But when she's back?

-Yeah.

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You do want to come back with us, don't you?

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Yeah, sure. I mean...course I do.

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Cool.

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Elektra?

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Would you take these up to Carmen's room for me?

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Please. And you can help her make the bed too, yeah?

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ELEKTRA SNIFFS

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There's a disgusting smell in this room.

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Can't you smell it?

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Oh! Tracy!

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Look, when you start a job, you must finish it. I mean, look at the mess.

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-I can't move.

-Sorry. I got distracted by Lily, but I'm on it.

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Could you just put it all back?

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Mike did say he wanted it done.

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-Did he?

-Yeah.

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-So Mike said he wanted you to earn overtime?

-Uh-huh.

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Well, maybe you should tell Mike how much,

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because he doesn't remember that conversation.

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Tracy, what's wrong?

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-Nothing.

-Is Cam all right?

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-Cam's fine.

-So why are you doing all this extra work?

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-Tidy office, tidy...

-Please, don't.

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Just clear it up, will you?

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You all settled then, Lily?

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-That is SUCH a nice necklace, by the way.

-Thanks.

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Are you sure you want to sleep in this room?

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It's just there's been a really funny smell coming from here recently.

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Just thought I'd let you know.

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-What was that about?

-She's just being her.

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Can I ask you something?

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Yeah, sure.

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Tracy's sorting it so that I can have my respite care at hers,

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and not here.

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Well, I suppose they are your foster family.

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It's not that I don't like it at Tracy's.

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It's just that... I think I'd rather be here.

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Well then, you need to tell her.

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Look, look, I'm just saying, my idea of a party

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and your idea of a party are two completely different things.

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What's going on, guys?

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-Oh, we're sorting out who does what for your party.

-My party?

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-CARMEN:

-Lily's having a party?

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-FRANK:

-Yeah, it's a welcome-back thing.

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-Yeah, it's a bit much.

-Don't mind Moody over there.

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Well, Sapph, why don't YOU make the ice cream and jelly?

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We can all sit around, eat fairy cakes, and play pass the parcel!

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Does that sound fun?

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I'll sort the music if you like.

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-Yeah, great. All we need now are decorations.

-We've got no money.

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And? We'll just have to make them. How about paper chains?

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Jeff doesn't know what a paper chain is.

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I've got a book. It's called How To Make Everything.

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It tells you how to make everything.

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-Dunno. That's quite nice.

-Mmm.

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What top?

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Hello, girls, looking lovely.

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Oh, hi!

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Um, I'm going to go and borrow a hair band from Tee.

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Why don't you help choose what top?

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Well, this top would go lovely, but it's...

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Tracy, we need to talk about where I stay when I'm not at Dad's.

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Yeah, I've been thinking about that too.

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You need more time with kids your own age,

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so why don't you have your respite here at the Dumping Ground

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-instead of with me and Cam?

-Really?

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It's not because me and Cam don't love you to bits.

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I would love to have you back.

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But it's your respite care

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and you should really think about what you want from it.

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-Thanks, Tracy.

-My pleasure.

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(Spying on Lily?)

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-None of your business.

-This just proves you can't be trusted.

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First you give a necklace to me, then you give it to Lily.

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-Who's next?

-Look, I'm really sorry about...

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ELEKTRA SNIFFS

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That's what stinks. Man, you're rank.

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So, Toby, each chain link

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-must be precisely 15 centimetres by 4 centimetres.

-Check.

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Harry, you're gluing the links together.

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-Check!

-One dab for one link.

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-Be careful.

-I know!

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I am doing the most important

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and difficult job - looping the links together.

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One misaligned link and it all falls apart.

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-Can we just get going?

-OK...

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begin!

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-Here's your glue.

-HE SNIFFS

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-No, Carmen! Don't sit there!

-All right, sorry.

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What are you lot doing?

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I read that the world's longest paper chain is 32.7 metres long.

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Gus thinks we can break it.

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-I'll help.

-Me too.

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OK, but there's a system.

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There's a surprise(!)

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INTERNET CONNECTION DIALS UP

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'Hello? Hello, are you there?

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'Hey, Tracy. Look, I'm at work. Can we talk later?

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'I'm a bit snowed under here.'

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Oh, sure.

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Sorry, no, this won't take long. It's about Lily.

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She's going to have her respite care at the Dumping Ground, so...

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-Well, that's it, really.

-'Oh, right. Is she happy with that?'

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Yeah, it's what she wanted.

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'Oh, great.

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'OK. Oh, great!'

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Cam?

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'Sorry, look, this kind of changes things.'

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What is it?

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'I've been offered a six-month contract here at the magazine.

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'Um, obviously, if Lily was coming back, I wouldn't take it.'

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But now?

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'Well, it's incredibly flattering.'

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That's great. Was that your news yesterday?

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'Yeah. Well, what do you think?

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-'This'll give you the independence you've been waiting for.'

-Right.

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'But if you need me back I won't take it.'

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I'm a grown up now, Mum... Cam.

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This is an opportunity of a lifetime. You have to take it.

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'I'm so excited, I can't tell you!

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'Sorry, I've got to go. Can we talk later? Love you!'

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Love you, too.

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'Oh, Tracy, you're looking tired.

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'Enough of the parties, yeah?

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-'Get some early nights, OK?'

-OK.

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-'OK, bye!'

-Bye.

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SHE SCREAMS

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SHE BREATHES QUICKLY

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Hi, Seth.

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'Hi, how are you doing?'

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You're calling me.

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Yeah, I'm calling you. How are you?

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I'm on tour with the band.

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'Yeah, I heard. Congratulations.'

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What are you up to?

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Working, as usual.

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I've got the flat to myself for six months.

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Cam's in New York.

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Wow, that's a big deal.

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Yeah, parties every night.

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Nice.

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I miss you.

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Seth?

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Trace, this is tough...

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I've met this girl on tour.

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What was that, Mike? Yeah, I'm just coming.

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Sorry, Seth, it's Mike. I've got to go.

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Tracy, listen...

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SHE BREATHES QUICKLY

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Come on, pull it out.

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Don't break it. Pull it out.

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-Pull it straighter.

-Gus, it's droopy over here!

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-Pull it straighter, Sapphire.

-I am.

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Pull it straighter!

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If you shout at me again, I'll thread this chain through your ears!

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If people don't pull it straighter we can't measure it.

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We're doing our best.

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-Everyone spread out and pull, yeah?

-Don't break it. Pull it out.

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Oi! Don't even think about it.

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-We've worked on this for hours!

-You lot are so pathetic.

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OK, then, get measuring.

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-Where have they gone?

-I beg your pardon?

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I had the files in separate piles,

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alphabetically ordered, and by year.

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Current here, those who've gone and under 16 here,

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and those who are over that age over there.

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I, um... I put them back.

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Keep going. It's a five-metre measure.

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When you get down there, put a mark

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so we can measure it from there again.

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Make sure you're careful with that,

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it'll whizz back and take his fingers off.

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-Tracy...

-I had a system!

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I said leave it.

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Fine, organise your own office!

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Pull it straight. Tracy, no-o-o!

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Aah.

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That flipping hurt!

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THEY LAUGH

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It's not funny!

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What are you doing?

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I was the one person in this house who was prepared to be your friend.

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Elektra, you don't have to be like this!

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THEY ARGUE

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-Right, can you please just all get out of here?

-What?

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And take this with you.

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All right, you don't have to get twisted.

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Go to the living room. That's where Lily's party is,

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so you may as well make it in there.

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It's all your fault...

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THEY ARGUE

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Have you had a row, said something to upset her?

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Why don't you just try sorting it out between yourselves.

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-Talk to Elektra.

-I heard my name. Hey, Carmen.

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-Look, is there something going on between you two?

-Um, nothing much.

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We had a row earlier about a necklace,

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but I'm willing to make it up if you are, Carmen?

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There, see? Now, clear the air.

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If there is one thing I hate more than a tell-tale,

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-it's a tell-tale that stinks.

-Ow!

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PHONE RINGS

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Whoa, look out!

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I just need someone to help me.

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We need to help mend it.

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Can you just help me, please...

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-Tracy...

-Tracy...

-Tracy...

-Tracy...

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-Tracy, come here.

-Speak to her.

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What on Earth is going on in here, please?

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I can't breathe.

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This has got to be the worst party ever,

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and we haven't even had it yet.

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I don't really feel like a party now.

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Are you all right?

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Yeah.

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Is Jeff all right?

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Bit scared.

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I'm sure Tracy'll be fine.

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-Look what I've got...

-What?

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It's an invisible cloak of bravery

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and when Jeff wears it,

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he feels brave and nothing scares him.

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How does Jeff feel now?

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Jeff feels brave now.

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Cup of tea, lovely?

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I'm so sorry.

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I don't know what's wrong with me.

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You've had a panic attack,

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you'll be OK in a few minutes.

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Just try and calm yourself.

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A panic attack?

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Tracy, is everything all right?

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I don't know.

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I'm fine.

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Things are just piling up, I guess.

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Cam's staying in New York.

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Really?

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For six months.

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I've never seen her so excited.

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How do you feel about it?

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And Lily coming back here?

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She's better off here than with me and Cam.

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I asked you how you felt about it.

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It doesn't matter how I feel.

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It's about the kids, they come first.

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Isn't that what you're always telling me?

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When people we love do things we don't expect,

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things we'd rather they didn't do,

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they can make us upset, angry.

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-I'm not angry.

-No, no, I know.

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But I can remember a young Tracy Beaker who,

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when she would get upset with people,

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would get very, very angry.

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Now, this grown-up Tracy Beaker may not get so angry,

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thank goodness for that, eh?

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But perhaps she still hasn't quite learned

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how to express it when she's upset.

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Talking, you mean?

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When someone loves you,

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really loves you,

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you can tell them that you're upset with them, you know.

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They won't go away.

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Is growing up always this hard?

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Only when you care about things so much.

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32 metres, 53 three metres exactly!

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It's a new world record! Woo!

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Sorry, Carmen.

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Elektra?

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What's going on?

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Elektra's messing about in our room again!

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OK. Elektra, I've had enough.

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Enough of your cruel remarks and horrible looks,

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of you hurting me and making me feel bad.

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Just because you don't like yourself,

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don't take it out on other people!

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You won't bully me again!

0:22:570:22:59

Understand?

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Understand?!

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Wow!

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Sorry if me not moving back into the flat made you unhappy.

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Don't be silly.

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I was the one that suggested it, remember?

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I don't like seeing you upset, Tracy.

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You were always the one that I didn't have to take care of.

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The one that took care of me.

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Like a big sister.

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Your life's changing, Lily.

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So is mine.

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If you ever need to see me, you just call, OK?

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-Now, why aren't you at your own party?

-I came to get you!

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I think I'll pass.

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You don't want me hanging around like a wet blanket.

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Please, come, just for a bit.

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For me?

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They're coming!

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ALL: Surprise!

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Why on Earth would you want to throw me a party?

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You needed one more than me.

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You're feeling out of sorts.

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I certainly was. Thank you.

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It's a horrible picture,

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but, you know, we're all in it.

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Thank you.

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Thank you so much.

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Let's get this party started!

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THEY LAUGH

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MUSIC PLAYS

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-Are you OK?

-I'm fine.

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-Hmm.

-Look, I'm all right. Now, go back to your party.

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You've got to stop doing this.

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Upsetting people and running away from the consequences.

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Well, what about the people who upset me. What happens to them?

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Did you tell them they upset you?

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Or did you just hide it away?

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Please, come.

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I'm sorry.

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I know it was just a borrow...

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It just really hurt when you took the necklace off me and gave it to Lily.

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I'm sorry too.

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I mean, it was really mean of me to give it to Lily.

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-I really am sorry.

-Stop the music!

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-You idiot!

-What?

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The longest paper chain

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was 327.1 metres long!

0:26:220:26:26

-What?

-Not 32.7!

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327!

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Och, aye. I mean, I'm no good at...

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decimal points.

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Decimal point!

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-Decimal point!

-That's funny!

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Hello, Tracy Beaker.

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-Seth, hi!

-Hiya, Tobes. How are you?

-I didn't know you were coming!

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How could I not come to a party in honour of Tracy Beaker, eh?

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In this house, everyone is linked by troubles

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that sometimes make you feel like you don't belong.

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But we can get over those troubles,

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because this is our home,

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a place of friendship and trust.

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One weak link can upset or break the chain.

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But not for long...

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because none of us will let it.

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