The Fancy Dress Party Him & Her


The Fancy Dress Party

Comedy series about a couple of happy, ambition-free twentysomethings. Paul's son Luke is having a fancy dress party and Steve and Becky must attend.


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-LOUD RINGTONE

-I will pay for you to get a different ringtone.

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-You're not being useful, Steve.

-Why does it need to be so loud?

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Stop moaning and help me find it!

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RINGING CONTINUES

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-Oh, I don't get why you keep so much stuff in there.

-I need it.

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What?!

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You need these?

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Yes, I haven't finished them yet!

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-RINGING CONTINUES

-Why do you need a brush?

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-When do you need to brush your hair during the day?

-When it's windy.

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It's got bits of crisps in here.

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-Eurgh, you are filth!

-RINGING CONTINUES

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-It's Paul.

-Oh, God...

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-Probably wondering why we're not there yet.

-Yeah.

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I'll put it on silent.

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This programme contains strong language.

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MUZAK PLAYS ON PHONE

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'Your call is in a queue, and will be answered as soon as one of our advisers becomes available.

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'To make sure we've given you the best service we can,

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'your call may be monitored to help us with training.'

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-What's that?

-Concealer.

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Oh.

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Why do you need that, then?

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-You're funny(!)

-Thank you.

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-PHONE CONNECTS

-'Hello, thanks for ringing...'

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Hello?! Hello. Hello, hello.

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I'm Steve Marshall.

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O...P...8.

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E...1...7.

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6...N...M.

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No, N...

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N, for Nicholas.

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M, for Marcus.

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Um...Mrs Doubtfire.

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Janet Brophy.

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Oh, for God's sake...

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-On hold again?

-Yeah.

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Why d'you keep saying Mrs Doubtfire?

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Oh, it's a security check. Favourite film.

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Your favourite film is Mrs Doubtfire?

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It's got some classic moments in it.

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LAUGHS

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You're laughing just thinking about it?

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She sets fire to her tits...

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The lids.

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It's a he.

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Oh, for God's sake...!

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They're playing Candle In The Wind.

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They're starting to actually try and make me angrier.

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Is it an annoying song?

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-What do you mean?

-The song you're listening to, is it annoying?

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What do you mean, the song I'm listening to?

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The candle song, is it annoying?

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What do you mean "the candle song"?! It's Candle In The Wind!

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Candle In The Wind, then! Is it annoying?

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What is this? You know it's annoying!

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How am I supposed to know? I've never heard it.

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-Yes you have.

-No I haven't.

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You've never heard Candle In The Wind?

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No!

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-Yes, you have.

-No, I haven't!

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It's by Elton John!

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Like I listen to Elton John songs!

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-What about when Diana died?

-What about it?

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It was the theme tune for her death.

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I was 11, Steve. I didn't watch the news. I wasn't a geek.

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It's not geeky to have heard of Candle In The Wind.

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What time is it? Are we late?

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Don't change the subject, you're being ridiculous.

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-Steve!

-Yes, we're late. You've been dicking about in the mirror for an hour, I've been ready for ages.

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Ouch!

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-Oh...

-What are you doing?

-No!

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-Cramp, cramp! I've got cramp, I've got cramp!

-SHE LAUGHS

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-You look funny.

-Shut up, I'm in pain.

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I think that's why you look funny.

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Fuck, fuck, fuck!

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Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck!

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You're going like that, yeah?

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Yeah.

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It's a fancy-dress party.

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-So?

-You're supposed to dress as something beginning with P.

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I'm not going to dress up, I'd look like a dick.

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You're supposed to look like a dick, that's the point.

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Luke's being a prick. Making everyone go in fancy dress.

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He's not being a prick, he's six years old.

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That's prickish behaviour.

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-He's Paul's son.

-Don't care!

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He was in hospital.

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I can't believe you've never heard of Candle In The Wind!

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Just dress as something beginning with P and shut the fuck up.

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Stop it, I'm trying to concentrate!

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Do you need your mouth open?

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Yes.

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-Becks?

-Yes?

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Do you find it funny that he's called Luke and he...

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had leukaemia?

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No.

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Get off!

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You're not allowed to make jokes like that.

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Well, it's not like he died, is it?

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How's my spot?

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Delicious.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Oh, if that is Paul, you are in trouble.

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Sausage rolls!

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Don't eat too many.

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# Sausage rolls... #

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Sorry, Dan, mate. Caught us at a really bad time, mate.

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Paul's son's just come out of hospital today.

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He's just beaten leukaemia and we're having a fancy dress party for him and I'm helping out with the food.

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So, thanks for calling round.

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Notice anything different about me?

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-No.

-Not wearing my glasses?

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Oh, yeah!

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Cool. Well...

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How do you think I can see?

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-Don't know.

-Contact lenses.

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Contact lenses?!

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-OK. Great. Thanks, Dan.

-Do you think they'll work?

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-Yes.

-I'm going to try and win back Anita with the new Dan.

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What's wrong with the old Dan?

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-Is that a serious question?

-I don't think so.

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What's the theme of the fancy dress party?

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We got to dress up as something beginning with P.

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-What are you going as?

-I don't dress up. I'd look like a dick.

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Cool as. Cool as.

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What's Becky dressing up as?

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-A policewoman.

-Policewoman?

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-Yep.

-Can I...?

-Not that kind of policewoman.

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Oh, shit.

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I've learned a magic trick.

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Magic trick?

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Lock up your daughters.

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I'm going to buy a cape and perform it for Anita.

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Do you think that will work?

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-What?

-Nothing.

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-What?

-Nothing!

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-You look lovely, come on.

-Steve?

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Nothing! You look lovely!

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-Not looking at anything.

-I'm not looking at anything either.

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I'm looking at my phone.

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OK, good.

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My spot burst.

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-Did it?

-Really?

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I didn't notice.

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It's gone a bit bloody. Can you see it?

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-Oh, yeah...

-Now you mention it, it's just...

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I'll clear it up.

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Don't bother, it's fine. Just hurry up.

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I've been ready for an hour.

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-It's like she physically can't hurry up.

-Yeah, women!

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Can I do anything else for you, Dan?

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-No, no.

-DOORBELL RINGS

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Ooh, a visitor.

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You're staying, are you?

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'Your call is in a queue and will be answered as soon as one of our advisors becomes available...'

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-Hi, Laura.

-Paul's not happy, Steve.

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You were meant to bring the sausage rolls over an hour ago. You're taking liberties.

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What?

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-You look nice.

-Thank you, Steve. I'm meant to be a prostitute.

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Done a good job of that.

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-It's very accurate.

-Why aren't you answering Paul's calls?

-I'm on hold,

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I can't hang up now. Somebody's stealing money from me.

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There's no sausage rolls at the party, Steve.

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-What kind of party doesn't have any sausage rolls?

-It's like a riddle.

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I'm ready, OK? It's Becky that's holding everyone up.

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I'm not holding anyone up.

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I just want to look nice for little Lukey.

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-You all right, Becks?

-Yeah, nearly ready.

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Paul's going mad over there.

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-Yeah?

-Yeah, been getting all uppity, threatening his uncle.

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You saw him at Bonfire Night.

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You know how he gets.

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Er... No, no, no! That's my toothbrush.

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Well...you can always use this.

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When are you going to get yourself another one?

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SHE MUMBLES

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It's your own fault for biting it.

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-BECKS MUMBLES

-Why do you bite it?

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You're the same with Polos, you're like a dog.

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I'm brushing my teeth! Why do you do that?

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-What?

-Talk to me when I'm brushing my teeth? It's so annoying.

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-You're so annoying.

-Very good. Very witty.

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-Just get ready.

-I am ready!

-See you in a bit, Laur.

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Are you ready?

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-What are you going as?

-This.

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-A paedophile?

-No, of course not!

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What... What do you mean, a paedophile?

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Your top button's done up.

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Er... It's trendy.

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It's paedophilic, Steve.

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God's sake.

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I'm not dressing up.

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I'm sorry, you're dressing up, Steve. I'm Paul's fiancee.

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Luke had leukaemia and at the end of the day, he's a hero

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and if he wants you to dress up as something beginning with P

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then you're going to dress up as something beginning with P. Do you know what I'm saying?

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Yes, Laura. I know what you're saying.

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Thank you.

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Notice anything different about me?

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Laura reckons I've got to dress up.

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Told you.

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I don't even like Luke!

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Steve, he almost died.

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He's a little shit.

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Do you remember when he pitched my tit?

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Yeah, the little shit. And he spat on me.

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He's an ugly little bastard too.

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-Your hair?

-No.

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Have you lost weight?

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No, I'm trying, but I keep eating.

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-It's my glasses.

-What about them?

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Not wearing any?

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Do you wear glasses?

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I've got contacts.

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Ah.

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Pick a card.

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His eyebrows went wobbly.

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He sang it at the funeral.

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Candle In The Wind.

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I don't know it! Leave me alone.

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'Your call will be answered as soon as one of our advisors becomes available.

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'To make sure we're giving you the best service we can,

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'your call may be monitored to help us with training.'

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-Will you scratch my back for me?

-Come here.

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Is it...

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-er, two of spades?

-Yeah.

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That's incredible. How d'you do it?

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It's, er... It's magic.

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But seriously, how d'you do it?

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-Magic.

-No, but seriously.

-Honestly, I'm magic.

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Really?

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Down a bit, down a bit, to the left.

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Oh, that's it, that's it.

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Keep going, keep going.

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Up a bit.

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Ahh.

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What about that? You could go as a pirate.

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Everyone's going to go as a pirate.

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-Can you move things with your eyes?

-Yep.

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-Can you?

-Yeah!

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Can you make it, like... How can I put it?

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-Could you make everything in a room hover?

-Yeah.

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-Apart from the floor?

-Certainly, yeah.

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-You're taking the piss.

-No, I'm not.

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-Is it free booze?

-Hope so.

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Oh, he's beaten cancer. That's a free booze situation, isn't it?

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You'd think so.

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Mmm, could you just scratch it all over?

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'To make sure we're giving you the best service we can,

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'your call may be monitored to help us with training.'

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Could you...

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-Could you bring back someone from the dead?

-Yep.

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Could you make it rain indoors?

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Absolutely.

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25th March, 1986.

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E17 6NM.

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Uh-uh, uh-uh.

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N for Nicholas, M for Marcus.

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Mrs Doubtfire.

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Janet Brophy.

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-You all right?

-Yeah.

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Did you know Dan's...

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I don't know...

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He said he could...

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He's got this pack of cards and he reckons he's got these abilities to...

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Oh, I don't know now.

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Sounds silly to say it out loud, but...

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-So you got your prostitute clothes in the end?

-Yeah.

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Yeah, I got the top of Shelley and the skirt, I got that off Shelley as well, and the shoes...

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-I got it all off Shelley.

-Mmm.

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-D'you have a phone number for Shelley?

-No, Dan.

-Come and help me with a fringe wash.

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-What's a fringe wash?

-Haven't I told you about the fringe wash?

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Oh, my God, you're going to love it.

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MUFFLED VOICES

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# Snookering you

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# Snookering you

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# Snookering you tonight. #

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It's like a strimmer for a hedge. I don't even own a hedge.

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Why would I...?

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# Big Break! #

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For God's sake!

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-Put me on hold again!

-Have you ever actually seen a dog chase a cat?

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D'you reckon you're in the way at all, Dan?

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Pick a card.

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-Why've you got a pack of cards on you?

-I just happen to have them on me.

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Steve's doing my head in.

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Keeps going on about this song by Elton John, Candle In The Wind.

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-D'you know it?

-Yeah, of course.

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Do you?!

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Yeah, of course.

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# And it seems to me you lived your life

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# Like a candle in the wind... #

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-Oh, that?

-Yeah.

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Of course I know it.

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That's embarrassing. SIRENS

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Is it...

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Ten of diamonds?

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Yes.

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-How d'you do that?

-It's magic.

-Don't be a dick. Just tell me.

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A magician never reveals his secrets.

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-Tell me or get out of my flat.

-I've spent the past week learning the order of the cards,

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so when you pick out a card, I know what it is from its position in the pack.

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You've spent a week doing that?

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Yeah, it gave me headaches. But Anita likes Derren Brown, so, you know.

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Luke's so brave. He's really cute.

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He's dressed as a Pharaoh.

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Doesn't that begin with...? Oh.

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Yeah. And Luke's mum, Natalie, the slut, she got...

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She got in this massive cake shaped like the Pyramids

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and he threw it at this girl and she was covered in it

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and she started crying and everyone was laughing.

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-It was mad.

-So, d'you see, Laura?

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I've just washed my fringe, but it looks like

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-I've washed my whole hair.

-That's amazing, Becks.

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-You should sell it.

-Sell the fringe wash?

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Yeah. You could make a fortune out of that.

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-D'you think?

-Yeah.

-Who'd buy it?

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Busy people, women, busy women.

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It's how the Body Shop started.

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Yeah.

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Four of hearts.

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Oh my God!

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Three of spades.

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Dan, seriously.

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'Please remember, we can only help you with a billing enquiry...'

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King of clubs.

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Dan, this is no way to spend your twenties.

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You don't have to wash it all.

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Have you been washing your hair?

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-See?

-That's amazing.

-I just did the fringe.

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You are supposed to be hurrying up, not washing your hair!

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So where d'you reckon I could buy a cape?

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Debenhams?

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-DOORBELL AND BANGING ON DOOR

-Oh, God, that's Paul.

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We're going to get some bubbly to do a toast, but otherwise you have to pay for your own drinks.

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That's annoying.

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Have you seen my phone?

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Um...

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You're holding it, Beck.

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DOORBELL AND BANGING AT DOOR What a dick.

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Paul's here.

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THEY KEEP LAUGHING

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DOORBELL AND BANGING AT DOOR

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Answer the fucking door, Steve!

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Steve!

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-Hello, Paul, mate. You all right?

-Where the fuck are the sausage rolls?

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My little boy is going mental.

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There's a whole fucking party going on and there's not one single sausage roll.

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Wow, Paul, I like your costume.

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-Thank you.

-It's quite a costume, Paul.

-Thank you. It's Postman Pat.

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Luke likes him. He's got the duvet. Mum's dressed as Mrs Goggins.

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-That doesn't begin with P.

-Fuck off!

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Now where are the sausage rolls?

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You had it in your hand, Becks!

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I know!

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You idiot.

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I've been ready for nearly two hours.

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So what are you dressed as? A pillock?

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No, I thought I'd go as myself.

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Yeah, that's what I said - a pillock.

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-LAUGHS

-Sorry, it's just my sense of humour.

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Are you seriously going as yourself?

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Yeah. I thought I'd go as myself and not get dressed up and instead...

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-I don't...

-..instead honour Luke by putting on my best shirt.

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-It is a nice shirt.

-I don't fucking believe this!

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You don't bring the sausage rolls, you're shitting about in your own clothes

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when there's a whole section of a Witherspoon's roped off.

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They've put balloons up.

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They've let us smoke and it's full of adults and children,

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all trying, like, trying, Steve, trying as hard as they can

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-to dress up as something beginning with P.

-PHONE RINGS

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Oh, sorry, I... Ooh, got to take this. I'm reporting a fraud.

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No, let me get that for you, mate.

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Fuck yourself!

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Oh, no, they're going to think that was me! They're going to put that in my records.

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Steve, Luke is my kid, and my kid loves sausage rolls.

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You should have seen his face when he couldn't find one.

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-Smashed a window with his head.

-Oh, no.

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On his special day.

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-I'm really sorry...

-You've got a toy parrot.

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-I've played with it in this flat. You could have come as a pirate.

-That's what I said, isn't it?

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What about her?

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She's not dressed up.

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-I'm a policewoman, Steve.

-You've put on a hat.

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-Policewoman's hat.

-You're wearing what you wore last night.

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She's clearly dressed as a policewoman. Anyone can see that.

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She's made the effort, Steve, because she is a decent human being

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and she's not some lazy, shit-eating piece of shit.

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You haven't even got a TV licence.

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Why are you bringing that up?

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-Cos it really annoys me.

-She's lazier than I am.

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-No, I'm not.

-I'm the one that goes and gets everything. I'm always going down the chip shop.

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I wonder why. I've seen you with the girls in there with your horrible little grin.

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At least she's got a heart, Steve.

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At least she's got a heart.

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Yeah? At least I've heard of Candle In The Wind.

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-What are you talking about? I've heard of it.

-You liar!

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Course I've heard of it.

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Everyone's heard of it. It's one of the best songs of all time.

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We're thinking of having it as our first dance.

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Stop trying to be a prick, Steve.

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-You haven't made an effort.

-Exactly.

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It's atrocious. I mean, look at Paul.

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He's made the effort.

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He's got a sack.

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What's in the sack, Paul?

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Letters.

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You see?

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He's a postman. He'd have letters.

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And in the bag?

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Jess.

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Oh, come on, that's funny.

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He's got letters and a Jess.

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Luke's just gone through a matter of life and death and you're standing there laughing at him.

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-I wasn't laughing at HIM.

-Yes, you were.

-I was laughing at Jess. And it's not my fault we're late.

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Becky's been doing her make-up, washing her hair...

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It was a fringe wash, Steve.

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-A fringe wash.

-What's a fringe wash all of a sudden?

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My little boy is a hero. He beat cancer at the age of six.

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What were you doing at the age of six? Playing with your dad's dick?

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-Sucking yourself off?

-OK, Paul, that's enough.

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-Luke's blood cells were fucked.

-OK, Paul...

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Now, you get in there and you dress up as a fucking python or something, because otherwise...

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-OK, Paul, I said that's enough. You're being aggressive.

-No, I'm not!

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If Steve doesn't want to dress as something beginning with P,

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then Steve won't dress as something beginning with P.

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OK?

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Paul's mum's going as Mrs Goggins.

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That doesn't begin with P.

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Oh, he hasn't even heated them up.

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I'll see you there.

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Oh, my God.

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BANGING ON DOOR

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He forgot Jess.

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Jess.

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I've got him.

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Come on, Dan, time for you to go as well.

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Haven't got my cards.

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Yes, I have. Phew.

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Bye, then.

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I don't have a horrible little grin, do I?

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Yeah, course.

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You look like a rapist.

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Did you get through to HSBC?

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Nah, couldn't be bothered.

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I'll try again tomorrow.

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-Guess we'd better go, then.

-Yeah.

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We are properly late.

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Yeah, we are.

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Yep, I think Paul will actually kill me if I don't get there soon.

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Yeah, he will.

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He was proper angry.

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-Yeah, we should definitely go.

-Yes.

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We must.

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You have to pay for your drinks.

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-Really?

-Yeah.

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-No free bar?

-Nope.

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Shall we just stay in and have sex?

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Yeah, fuck it.

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# Come closer and cuddle me tight

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# My heart goes boom bang-a-bang boom bang-a-bang when you are near

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# Boom bang-a-bang-bang all the time

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# It's such a lovely feeling

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# When I'm in your arms... #

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Paul's son, Little Luke, is out of hospital so he's having a fancy dress party to celebrate. Steve and Becky have to go, but they don't want to. Becky dithers over a spot on her chin. Steve can't get through to his bank. And when a furious Paul comes over to see why they're so late and what's happened to the sausage rolls, it seems they have no option but to go.


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