Drama set in a children's home. No-one is happy when Johnny persuades Tee to get fostered without him, so Tracy decides to sort out the mess.
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Stop eating my ingredients.
OK, I'm done with Damsel Darkspell.
Cool, you can help me with the Hordes of Wyrmspawn.
Guys, I'm going to need that table so you'll have to shift yourself.
-C'mon, just a taste...
Not till Johnny and Tee get back from their trial foster placement.
What's with the face?
I'm just not sure about these trial schemes.
Seems to me like we're setting kids up for a fall...
This is Johnny and Tee we're talking about!
The Watsons are going to love them. Bet you anything!
So you'll buy me a drink then, if I'm right?
You are so buying me a drink!
-Bring it on.
-Come on, Seth.
You're going on a date with Seth!
I am not! We're just friends. Yeah, is that why you took an hour
-to get ready this morning?
-I like to be smart for work.
-So that's why you're wearing that top? The one he said he likes.
-Tracy has worn the same top on Seth's last four visits.
I don't like Seth!
I mean... I like him, I don't like him like him... I'll get it!
-You do like him. She does.
Hi, guys! How did it go?
-It was fantastic!
-They liked us!
They liked us! Don't know if we should bother unpacking...
We'll be back with our foster family soon.
-Really? Did they say that?
-You probably noticed the size of the garden?
Well, we must say, we were pleasantly surprised.
-They're a credit to you, Mr Mulligan.
It's nothing to do with me!
They're lovely kids though.
Fostering is something we've been thinking about for a long time.
-Hannah's always wanted a sibling.
-And let's be honest,
money's not a problem...
So it just feels like the right thing to do...
It's perfect. They've got this massive house,
and only one kid, Hannah, so.
-She's already asked me to be her best friend.
-Tee, I'm talking!
It's great to see them all together. The girls have bonded.
They have yeah.
But we feel Johnny can be a little dominant.
It's only natural. He's spent years looking after his sister.
And we tried to make allowances,
but I have to say, Tee seems much more...
-Well, she seems much more....
Hannah does horse riding and ballet, she's getting her own pony
and she says we can share it...
That's sweet. You think a posh family like that
would take in two care kids?
Why not? We fitted in perfectly!
Hannah and Tee get on so well. They're almost like sisters already.
But we just can't see things working out with Johnny.
Are you sure?
-He's a good lad.
-I'm sure he is.
It's a question of personalities.
He's just not right for our family.
I hear you. But we don't split up siblings.
Can't you give him another chance?
Daddy? Is Tee coming home soon?
-We don't know yet, sweetheart.
-It's not as easy as you think, Hannah.
I'm sorry, but...
We've thought about this a lot. We would happily have Tee
in our family but not Johnny. We have to put Hannah first.
I hope you understand.
'What is WRONG with these people?'
It's just an unfortunate situation.
-How can you say that?
-They have to think about their own daughter
-and what she wants, and we all know Johnny can be a bit....
-Only because he's so desperate to be fostered!
So, what would you do?
You're asking me?
-You're the one who's been in Johnny's situation.
-Quite a few times...
Yeah, but I didn't have a brother or sister to think about.
Yeah, but you know what it's like not to be wanted.
If you were him...
would you want us to tell you?
They had a great weekend and they really liked you.
Both of you.
But they're not ready to foster two young people,
not at the moment.
They're not taking us?
I'm so sorry.
I guess I'll go and unpack now. Yeah.
Thanks for telling us.
Johnny. If there's anything we can do...
See if Tee needs any help.
All right. As long as you're sure you're OK?
Yeah. Why wouldn't I be? It's just one of those things, right?
It's just one of those things. Come on, Tracy.
Tracy. Got a minute?
Seth, I lied! Me and Mike...
We lied to Johnny and Tee about the Watsons turning them down.
-Just...wondering if you wanted any help?
-I'll just go back to the house, then.
-You do that.
So, what do you mean, you lied?
The Watsons only want Tee but not Johnny...
How could we tell them that?
-Hello, Johnny boy!
-What do you want?!
Ooh, moody! No wonder the Watsons dumped you back in here.
They didn't "dump" us! It just...
didn't work out.
-Not what I heard.
-Why, what did you hear?
Well, Tracy told Seth they all lied about why they didn't want you.
Why would they do that?
Dunno. Guess you must have done something really bad!
The Watsons didn't want us because we did something wrong!
-I don't know! Come on, think!
If we find out, we can put it right.
-I think I know.
-What? What is it?
What did you do?
-Promise you won't get mad?
-I'm not promising anything.
Tee, is that Hannah's?
-Tee? Did you steal that?
-No! She let me borrow it
but she didn't ask for it back, so...
So you just took it! Well, I hope you really like it.
Cos you know what, it's cost us our foster family.
Look, you can see quite clearly that Axeblood the Sorcerer's cloak
is indeed purple.
It's a printing error.
Axeblood's cloak was always blue when I was your age.
Hang on a minute! I've got a back issue from round about then.
We can check. I'll go and find it.
I did something bad.
So have I.
Loads of them.
Bet mine are worse than yours.
I kept Hannah's bracelet.
That's why they we never got fostered.
I messed everything up and I've ruined Johnny's life!
-That's not true!
-It is. If it wasn't for me we would have been fostered.
That's not what happened, Tee. It wasn't your fault.
Look, please don't tell anyone I told you.
But trust me, I know for a fact it wasn't you.
It wasn't me!
-It wasn't my fault we didn't get fostered!
It was nobody's fault, Johnny.
But there must be some reason!
-Well, if it was something we'd done...
-you would tell me, right?
You were right.
They did lie to us.
I don't know. There's no way they're ever going to tell us!
-But we could find out!
Hello, Elektra... what can we do for you?
It's a bit embarrassing...
Well, it's all right. Take your time, yeah.
I don't want to be a snitch, or anything...
Then don't feel as if you have to.
..but, um, when it comes to explosives... I mean...
-I just thought I'd let you know that
there's about 50 litres of Liamade up in the attic.
Liamade! For a moment there I thought she meant real explosives!
She does! That stuff is a ticking bomb!
And it is really difficult to clean up!
We'll sort this out. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
I am over Liamade...
Every time, it's always Liamade...
-What took you so long?
-What do you mean?
-Look, what's the problem? We've done nothing wrong!
This stuff could have exploded and blown a hole in the roof!
No! It couldn't!
-We've fixed the recipe. It doesn't explode any more.
Don't do it, Mike...
- Actually, it's not bad. Try it. - No.
Ah, go on.
-Good, isn't it?
-Yes, it is!
Do you know what? It's so gorgeous, why don't we
take it down to the kitchen to share with everyone else!
-What are you doing?
-Just checking they've got their facts right about me.
What's up with you?
Don't worry! It's OK! There will be other foster families.
Not for me.
-Of course there will.
-Your sisters got fostered without you?
And you're OK now, right?
I am now.
Look at my plant! Who did this?
Don't look at us, we were with you!
Let's not make a big thing of this. It's just a plant.
Shut up, Mike.
I don't know what you two are looking so miserable about.
-You weren't planning to drink it all yourselves...
-Obviously, you weren't planning to sell it.
Oh, Liamade! Is that for everyone?
We're not going to get it all in here, guys.
You knew we were making it! That's why you told them?
Don't know what you're talking about.
I don't snitch, do I, Mike?
-Think about it. Ponies, ballet lessons, cable TV.
- And a family. - But you guys are my family.
Johnny, I'm not leaving without you.
But you've got to! Go on, tell her.
Yeah, what about Hannah? She's your best friend, isn't she?
But Johnny's my brother.
Exactly. Don't you want me to get fostered?
-Of course I do.
-Then use your brain!
Why do you think we've been stuck in here all these years?
It's because of that stupid rule about not splitting up brothers and sisters.
-It's not stupid.
-Course it is!
Nobody wants to take on two care kids.
If you go now, then I might stand a chance.
Otherwise, we'll both be stuck here for the rest of our lives.
-I don't care!
-Well, maybe I do!
I want Tee to go and live with the Watsons, on her own.
-What? You know we don't split up siblings.
-What about Lily and her sisters?
-That was an exceptional case.
-So is this.
The Watsons say Tee's exceptionally bright and affectionate.
-How did you...
-But they think I'm controlling
-You read your file.
Because you all lied to me! How else was I going to find out the truth?
You can give this back to Hannah. Tell her I said "hi".
You can tell her yourself when you come to visit.
You are going to visit, right?
All the time, just like Lily does with her sisters.
-And call every day?
-Hi, you two.
-Tracy, what do you want?
Look, before you make any big decisions, I thought maybe we should
talk things over.
-We've talked to Mike and Gina.
-Yeah, but I'm different, aren't I?
-No, you're just like the rest of them.
Don't tell us you know what we're going through. You lied to us.
-You even told your boyfriend about it.
-My boyfriend? Seth?
Look, Tracy, can you just go now?
Tee needs to finish packing.
He doesn't look evil enough.
Fangor the Revenant can suck out your very soul.
How about if I drip more blood on his fangs?
That'd be a start.
-Toby, can you give us a minute?
-You told the kids I lied to them.
Well...I might've said something to Tee but...
Thanks to that something, she's living with the Watsons.
-Maybe that's for the best.
Didn't you always dream of getting out of this place?
-That's not the point.
-So what is the point?
That I was an idiot to trust you. I won't make the same mistake again.
-Maybe you should go and see your client now.
Go on, Tee. You got to go.
Seatbelts on, everybody.
See you later. Bye.
-How are you?
Yeah, I'm OK. I've just been to get my new school uniform.
You're moving schools?
-You never told me.
They thought it would be better if I went to the same school as Hannah.
'So when are you coming to visit?'
Soon as I can.
You said you'd play basketball with me.
'Just a minute. Can I just speak to Johnny?'
You're always on the phone to him.
OK, I won't be long. I'll just say goodbye.
Tee, can I have a word?
Course! Johnny, Dad wants to talk to you.
-'Er, Mr Watson, sorry.'
I thought we agreed on Dad.
-(Oh, yeah, sorry.)
Thank you... Go on and play with your sister.
-Hey, Johnny, how are you doing?
Good... Good. Listen, Johnny,
I wonder if you could do me a little favour.
'I've noticed that Tee spends a lot of time on the phone to you.'
I was wondering,
do you think that's the right thing for her at the moment?
I promised I'd call every day.
'Of course. Look, you're a good brother.'
You're the one who really understands where Tee's coming from.
I know your life together has been very unsettled...
..but things have changed.
Tee needs to feel secure for once in
her life. She deserves a chance to settle down, don't you think?
'So if you could just help me out here, Johnny,'
maybe try cutting down on the calls, eh?
-'Just for the first...few weeks?'
Is that cool?
Hello, Elmtree House?
-Tee! How's it going?
Yeah, I'm great.
We've been ice skating, swimming, and tonight we're going bowling.
Yeah. So how's Johnny?
-He misses you.
-Well, why doesn't he answer his phone?
No, I've been calling and calling, and he just won't pick up.
Hey, Johnny! What are you doing?
Well, I've got a better one. I've just spoken to Mike, and we're
-all going bowling tonight.
-Can I just stay here?
-No, you can't.
-Er, give me that back.
29 missed calls from Tee.
What's going on?
Just giving her some space.
Well, I don't think she wants space.
Well, maybe I do!
-Johnny, you've got to stop punishing yourself.
Then why don't you call Tee?
Because...Mr Watson asked me not to.
-He did what?
-And he's right!
She's better off without me.
-All I ever did was hold her back.
-That is not true.
Can I just have my phone back now, please?
Come on, this is our lane!
Two fingers left over for balance...
-Tracy! Did you know about this?
Tee! Oh, hi, honey! Are you all right?
I don't believe this.
- You look good. - What are you doing here?
Just go and talk to her, yeah?
I told you. She's better off without me.
Come on, let's get bowling!
Wait... Where's Johnny?
I don't know. He was here a minute ago.
-Where are you going?
-To find Johnny.
Can't you just forget about him just once?
Well, no, he's my brother.
-He isn't acting like it.
It's true! Tell them about last night.
-It was nothing.
-Nothing? You cried all night.
Oh, Tee! Why?
-Because Johnny didn't call her.
-Yeah? And why's that?
Because he doesn't care about you, not like I do.
Yes, he does. Tell them.
Andrew, tell Tee the truth.
Tee... Johnny didn't call you because...because I told him not to.
Why would you do that?
Because...we care about you very much,
and we wanted you to settle down with us.
We just thought you needed some stability in your life.
Why does everybody always think they know what I need?
Why does no-one ever ask me?!
Why didn't you answer my calls?
You know what calls!
Why did you listen to Mr Watson?
I just wanted you to be happy.
I'm not. I hate it!
I want to come back.
You're a rubbish liar, Tee.
-OK, I don't hate it, but I still want to come back.
I don't want to leave you at the dumping ground forever.
It's OK, I'm fine.
It's not like I need you or anything.
You're a rubbish liar as well, you know.
By the way...what are you wearing?
-Welcome back, Tee!
-I'll see you soon.
-Missed you too.
Your room is just as you left it, so come on, baby!
Are you all right, mate?
I got you this.
Axeblood The Sorcerer!
Is this an original?
Genuine 1980s. It was my brother's.
Check out the blue cape, told you.
I've never seen anything like this before, it must be really rare!
-Better keep it somewhere safe, then, yeah?
-OK! Thanks, Seth!
What have you got there, Toby?
Axeblood, the fighting sorcerer.
I've given this a lot of thought, and I just want you to know...
I'm leaving social work.
Well, I thought it was what I needed to do.
I wanted to be here for the kids growing up in places like this.
-No. I think I was looking backwards.
-There's other ways.
We've had some offers of gigs around the country.
The music reflects who we are, what I'm about.
That sends a message to all kids in places like this.
It's got to be worth more than being a social worker.
Not to Toby.
You really think anything we do here makes any difference?
I know that it does. That's why I'm here.
And what about you? What do you want to be?
Tracy...come with me.
It'll be an adventure.
You, me, life on the road.
Freedom to be who you want to be.
And who would I be?
The lead singer's girlfriend?
Sorry, Seth. This is me.
Good luck with the band.
I hope all your dreams come true.
I've got your number, if I change my mind.
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