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Episode 2

Comedy series about a mother-daughter relationship on a bucket list road trip. Mim has a plan to fund her list by selling the contents of a time capsule buried at her alma mater.


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You went way too soon.

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And I...

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I never really knew you, did I?

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Oh, Mum, I don't know what to say.

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Well, say whatever you feel, dear.

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Well, I feel weird! Who is this again?!

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Brian Jones, from The Rolling Stones.

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Poor Brian went in '69,

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which is how I always remember him.

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-You see...

-I get it, Mum.

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Ugh.

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There.

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I always meant to do that.

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Then I'm glad you did, Mum.

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I hope it was the right Brian Jones.

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This programme contains some strong language

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Well done.

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I don't think you've ever said that to me before, Mum.

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What?

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Sorry, dear, talking to myself.

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"Well done on your incredible achievements."

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That's what I wrote in a letter to my future self

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and put it in the time capsule.

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That's what we're going to dig up?

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I thought you said it was valuable?

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That's the treasure of my student days.

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But is it worth actual money, Mum?

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My precious capsule.

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It's my legacy, really.

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Well, isn't that me?

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Of course, dear.

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But I can put this on eBay!

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Time to cash in.

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It's for the future, to fund my bucket and to shoot for the moon!

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Now, Mum, we discussed this - you are not doing a human cannon.

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I know, but we are going skydiving.

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Mum, you're 70 with a terminal illness.

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No more of that, thank you!

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Let's focus on today and unearthing my hoard.

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OK, well, what else is in there?

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If memory serves, there's a first edition Silvia Plath,

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a gonk that looks like Lulu, a Stones record and a VIP.

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A VIP?

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A very important plaster cast of a Rolling Stones's member.

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-What?

-Brian Jones's member to be precise!

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No, sorry, I still don't understand.

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For goodness' sake, Franny, his cock!

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A plaster cast of a famous cock!

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Ugh. Since when is that a collectable?

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Well, everybody was doing plaster casts in the '60s.

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There's a pair of my tits in an attic somewhere.

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But my cock is priceless!

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Bathe with the baboons.

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See the cherry blossom in Japan.

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Go for a llama trek.

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Now we can do that in Peru or just outside Northampton.

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I'll say Peru!

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I've been thinking - seeing as I'm on a break from work,

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I'd really like to get your memories down before...

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Well, we don't want to lose history, do we?

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Here you are, ladies.

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-This'll set you up for the road.

-Thank you.

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-What are you up to today, then?

-We're on a family road trip.

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Oh, yeah. I see the resemblance.

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Tell me, are you two sisters?

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So, going anywhere nice?

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Yeah, we're going to my old university actually.

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Maybe you've heard of it - Cambridge!

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Brains as well as beauty.

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You're out of my league, girls.

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She's not.

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Thanks.

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Well, you didn't go to Cambridge.

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Well, I didn't try. You said they'd never, ever want me.

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You lacked the necessary brio.

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Those who can, do - she's a teacher.

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And a virgin.

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Well, bon appetite. Give me a shout if you need anything else.

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What?! He was so friendly.

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He just wants a tip.

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Here's mine - grab every opportunity.

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Like I did at Cambridge.

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So, the road to Cambridge.

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A cold wind blows over the fens.

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SHE BLOWS

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Just drink it.

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It's hot, Franny.

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Tiny sips, like a Geisha.

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-Better?

-Yes.

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So it's been a full 50 years since last you were there.

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Life sort of got in the way.

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You see, I knew this would happen. Ugh, Mum.

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Mum?

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Mum? Oh, God, Mum?!

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I... let me... Waiter!

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Oh!

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Ha-ha.

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You can do that again!

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-Mum!

-Sorry.

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Could you do it to her?

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Left for the park and ride, Franny.

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So how do we get to your college?

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There's only one way to get around Cambridge.

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Get a move on.

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For fuck's sake.

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Good for your thighs, love.

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They need help.

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Morning.

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Well done.

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Well, thank God that's over.

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Yeah, I felt every cobblestone in my undercarriage.

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It wasn't all bad.

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So here we are at your old college.

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Are you really going to record everything I say?

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Well, yes, because a thing of the past won't become

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a fact of history unless we record it.

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First comes knowledge,

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then understanding, and, of course, interpretation.

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I mean, maybe I could make your stories more interesting.

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I could write a blog or a book.

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SHE SNORES

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Have you finished boring on?

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It's not boring, it's all about you.

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Oh, well, now that is interesting.

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MUSIC: Astral Weeks by Van Morrison

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Let's go get this time capsule.

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Yes. And we will...

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just as soon as I remember where I buried it.

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Before I came here I was just a plain, fat,

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unfulfilled sort of person.

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Very much like you are now, Franny.

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But I was inspired.

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This place is a testament to greatness and it says...

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Keep off the grass?

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I can do anything I like on the grass.

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I am an alumna.

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OK, Mum, so, talk me through a typical day of the student you.

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Er...

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Shakespeare before breakfast, toss off Chaucer by 11...

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and then I'd sprint stark naked round the quad

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before the last chimes of 12.

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-Why?

-It was the swinging '60s.

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Ban the bomb, make love on a bicycle, go to war on an egg.

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I had all the badges...

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I put them in the capsule.

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Did you put it somewhere here?

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No.

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We went to the river that day.

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The things I put in my punt.

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Yeah, but what about the people? You know, the great minds you met.

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I was the brightest star of my year.

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Clever chaps used to scale the walls to get to me,

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like moths to a flame.

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You mean like who?

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Prince Charles.

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Stephen Hawking.

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Wow, you met Stephen Hawking?

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He blew my mind...

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..so I returned the favour.

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Now, I'm not saying that's why he never walked again, but...

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-Mum!

-You don't need to be coy here.

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Must be 5,000 virgins in the maths department alone!

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All you had to do in my day was ask nicely.

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Excuse me, are you interested?

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You see?

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In studying at the college?

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Done that, been there.

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Soiled the T-shirt.

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Wow, did you know this, Mum?

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I knew everything, everyone! I WAS Cambridge.

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Mary Tash works here. Mary Tash!

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Never heard of her.

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Eminent historian, prolific tweeter.

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Now that is a great mind.

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I've read all of her books. Well, the TV tie-ins.

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I should have brought one, got it signed.

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Ah, now, my first edition Plath was signed.

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If only I could find it.

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If I did something like this,

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I need never go back to teach at that school.

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What do you think, Mum?

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I think we're warm but not hot.

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No, about post-graduate study. Me, here.

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I think if you can't face feedback from your secondary school,

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I'm not sure you're going to like the rigours of Cambridge.

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-Do you?

-I do have a degree.

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Yes, but this is a little different from your Lego brick place.

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Redbrick! Which you would know if you'd ever visited.

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Ah, nothing to see.

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Me?

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My graduation?

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Whereas this...

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Well, it's magical.

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It's just a university, Mum, it's not Hogwarts.

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Yes, but it's not for everyone.

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Come along now. It's all coming back to me.

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Summer madness, exams looming,

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lapping up Madam Bovary in the President's Garden.

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Oh.

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Look, I just want to find out a bit more, OK, seeing as we're here.

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I'll get a drink then, seeing as we're here.

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Sorry, the bar's closed.

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I'm an alumna. I can help myself.

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What do you want, a picture?

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Can I have one of these?

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If you're coming to one of the seminars.

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Er, yeah.

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-Subject?

-History, I guess.

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-1215.

-Magna Carta.

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I set this place on fire, literally, with all those bras I was burning.

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1967.

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Flaming joss-stick in one hand,

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polyester demi-cup in the other, and voila,

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feminism.

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No need to thank me, girls.

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So, Mum, listen, it only costs 10k to do a post-grad.

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10 grand?!

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-It was free in my day.

-Oh, everything was free in your day.

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Who can forget the '60s? My generation broke the rules.

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And left my generation the bill, which is 10K.

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But if the time capsule is really worth what you think it is, then...

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Then we'll go skydiving over the Grand Canyon, natch.

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Or maybe this could become a research project.

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I thought it was all about me?

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And Mary Tash might even teach me.

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-What?

-She's basically totally amazing.

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Who is this Mary Tash you're creaming over?

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The college president. Look.

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Mary...

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-..Tish.

-Tash. Did you ever meet her?

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You know what they say,

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if you can remember the '60s then you weren't really there.

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-What?

-Right, capsule.

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See you at the seminar.

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-Er...

-You're not serious?

-I want what you had.

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-Well, you can't have it!

-Why not?

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We've been through all this.

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Is that a maybe?

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Yeah. Maybe I will come to the seminar.

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And maybe I'll come to Cambridge too.

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And maybe I'll be the brightest star in my year.

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For God's sake!

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Is there a loo nearby?

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This apple fell very far from the tree.

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Not a single promotion after 12 years in the same school.

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It's hopeless, really. We won't be sticking round for the talk.

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It's cruel to encourage her.

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Maybe she'd have been better off as a breeder.

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But there's the tragedy - not a sausage.

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Unless you...

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RECORDER BEEPS

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'Twas early summer. Stones had played.

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I'd taken that plaster cast.

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We dined al fresco...

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..and threw our lunchboxes into the river.

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-Privileged littering.

-Sort of goodbye to all that.

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-You getting this?

-Yes.

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The time capsule was part of a dare.

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We broke in here at dead of night.

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Maybe it opens from the other side, Mum.

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Any idiot can see that, Franny.

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Well, I'll go over.

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The wall?

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Huh. You?

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Yeah, I'm not completely useless you know.

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No!

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You're going to have to help me.

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You're facing the wrong way.

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Yeah, but I don't know what to do.

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Take the leap.

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Agh!

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Oh, shit.

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Oh.

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-Are you all right, dear?

-No!

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Shall we get up now?

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My knee stings. I can't even fall off a wall properly.

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I'm sorry I'm such a let-down, Mum.

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Why are you saying all this?

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-You said it!

-No, I didn't!

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Er...

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TAPE: Hopeless, really. Hopeless, really. Hopeless...

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Oh. That wasn't me.

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-Why don't you help me?

-Come along, then.

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Shall we get the capsule?

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I never succeed, never win.

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Never! Not even like a Blue Peter badge.

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I wrote in so many times.

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Yes.

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-I never posted them.

-What?

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Why?

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I always needed the jiffy bags.

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And I was saving you from inevitable disappointment.

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By not sending them, you were guaranteeing my disappointment.

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Is this another way I've supposedly ruined your life?

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Where are you going? My capsule!

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I'm not digging with an open wound.

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It's a tiny graze!

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This is out of bounds I'm afraid.

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How many fucking times?! I'm an alumna.

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Yes, but this is the President's Garden.

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Is there first aid nearby?

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Well, my room's just over there. I've got plenty of wet wipes.

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It's changed a bit, but I remember these old rooms.

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If walls could talk, eh?

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They'd say, "Stop stealing."

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Perhaps you'll get the authentic student experience after all.

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Well, I don't think I need stitches.

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Mum?

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-Mum!

-She's gone back to the gardens.

-Oh!

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-With my trousers.

-Yes, apparently so.

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Wait. Did she give you that?

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Er, yes, she did, er...

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Oh, God, I see what's happened here.

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-What?

-She wants you to have sex with me.

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I really don't want to.

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I mean you're so much older than me and I've got

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-a big maths exam tomorrow.

-Yeah, OK, I get it.

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And I'm gay.

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That really should have been your opener.

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Yeah.

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Sorry.

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I could kill her.

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Oh, I shouldn't have said that.

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My mum is actually dying and she has this insane bucket list.

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That's why we're here, but it makes it worse somehow -

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this inventory of all the things you'll never do,

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like make her proud.

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I'm so sorry.

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Still, it's nice to see the place.

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Got the tote.

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-Well, hmm.

-Goodbye.

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Thanks for all the wet wipes.

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No, really, erm, I've got loads.

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Hmm.

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There you are! That was so embarrassing.

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I should say so, crying over a grazed knee.

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Er, no - you paying that boy to sleep with me.

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-I did no such thing.

-You gave him 20 quid!

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So he'd keep schtum. I was going back in the President's Garden!

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Paying someone to sleep with you?

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What kind of a mother would that make me?

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They're the ones who should be paying.

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People do that you know - put their virginity on eBay.

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I can't tell if you're joking.

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Now give me my trousers back!

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Tell the Beeb we don't play second fiddle to Attenborough's penguins.

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And RSVP that Nobel lot - lovely party bags.

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-Mary Tash!

-Hello.

-It is an honour.

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Is it indeed? Then perhaps you could have dressed for the occasion?

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Oh, God, yeah. I was just with my mum and she took my trousers,

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but anyway...

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-Good God, Morganstein!

-Hello, Mary!

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It's you! Oh, 50 bloody years!

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What, you knew each other?

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The funniest thing.

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I was going through my archives - Woman's Hour are doing a feature -

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and I found a photograph of the two of us together.

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I must have conjured you up!

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-Why didn't you say, Mum?

-And this is the progeny.

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Wandering around the hall with no trousers on.

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The apple does not fall far from the tree, then.

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Oh, Mim, Mim. Tea?

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-Yes!

-We really must he going.

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No, no, not till you've had tea. Oh, Mim, Mim, 50 bloody years!

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This is incredible.

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Bit of a tip, I'm afraid.

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Not ready to digitalise yet.

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See, you know they can watch you through this webcam?

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-Who?

-Americans, government, perverts.

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If they're not all one and the same thing.

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Where did I put this photograph?

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Oh, this has been very jolly, but we really must go now.

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Oh, no, no, no, no, no. I just had it.

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Come on, have some more cake.

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Seem to remember you always liked a good mouthful.

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Oh, I've heard it all.

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Ah, here it is!

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-Ooh, is this your graduation picture?

-Oh, that's a good one.

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Sent down in shame just before, eh, Morgs?

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-Sorry, what?

-Booted out. Far too wild.

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Mum?

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You didn't graduate?

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Oh, well, if they'd handed out BAs for blowies,

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she'd have got a double first.

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But as for the old books, well, er, what do we say, er...

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Lacked the necessary brio.

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Is that right?

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-Hmm.

-So what brought you back?

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-We're doing Mum's bucket list actually.

-Ah!

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Oh.

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Oh, what a shame, I am sorry.

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Big C, is it?

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We came to get her time capsule, but, well...

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I think I buried it in the President's Garden.

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Well, I'm the bloody president, so let's go and get it!

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-Eureka!

-Huh.

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Here you go, Mum.

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The moment of truth.

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But where's my first edition Plath?

0:21:300:21:34

My...my gonk?!

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My Stones VIP.

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Ugh.

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Is that Brian Jones's penis?

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That's a fossilised banana.

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Jamaican, I should say.

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But...

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But what happened?

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I remember the picnic, the punting, the Pooh Sticks.

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Mum, do you think perhaps you chucked your time capsule

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into the river and buried your lunchbox?

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Funny how things are never quite as you remember.

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Still, you can't always get what you want.

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What?!

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We'll find a bin on the way.

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And on the subject of rubbish...

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I did get in to Cambridge.

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I just fuzzied the details of how I left.

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Why did you say that stuff to me, Mum?

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Why did you always stop me from even trying?

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It was a sort of protection.

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-From what?

-Disappointment.

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Yours and mine.

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What if you failed?

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What if you didn't?

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So all your fears and frustrations you just projected onto me?

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It's called parenting, dear.

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The secret's out.

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All my life I have felt second-rate, not quite good enough.

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And now I know that you aren't either,

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I feel a bit better actually.

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-Well, I'm glad you enjoyed something on this trip.

-Hmm.

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Don't worry about what's happened.

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Always ask, "What's next?"

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And, Franny, I really don't think you would have got in, you know.

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MUSIC: You Can't Always Get What You Want by The Rolling Stones

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# You can't always get what you want

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# You can't always get what you want

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# But if you try sometimes

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# Well you might find

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# You get what you need

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# I went down to the demonstration

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# To get my fair share of abuse

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# Singing We're gonna vent our frustration

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# If we don't we're gonna blow a 50-amp fuse

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# You can't always get what you want

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# You can't always get what you want

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# You can't always get what you want

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# But if you try sometimes, you just might find

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# You get what you need... #

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Mim has a plan to fund her bucket list by selling the contents of a time capsule buried at her alma mater, Cambridge, but instead Fran learns a secret about Mim's past.