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The 12 Days of Christine

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This programme contains some strong language.

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MAN AND WOMAN LAUGH

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-Come on, put it in!

-I can't. I can't!

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-I can't do it.

-Don't, you're dropping me!

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SHE LAUGHS

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Ah!

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KEYS TURN IN LOCK

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SHE LAUGHS

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I've got it, I've got it.

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Is that a proper fireman's lift?

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I dunno, I'm not a proper fireman.

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Uh, have you got something to drink?

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Probably, have a look in the fridge.

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Oh, don't touch anything with Fung on it!

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What?

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She's my flatmate. She labels everything.

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Fung? What's that, it's Chinese?

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Shh, don't say her name, she might appear.

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She's been in bed since 9 o'clock.

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Oh, well, they have a different New Year to us, don't they?

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Yeah, she won't be out till February.

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-Is that when it is?

-Yeah, I'm a dog, apparently.

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-Oh, I've seen worse.

-Oi!

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Ow!

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Sorry.

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I thought you were going home with John Lennon, anyway.

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He wasn't John Lennon, he was Harry Potter.

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Mm, Harry Potter, was he?

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Yeah, well, I think so.

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It was just a pair of round glasses though, weren't it?

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Did he show you his wand?

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No, because I told him I wanted to see the fireman's pole.

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I'm...

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My name's Adam, by the way.

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-If you're interested.

-Sorry.

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-SHE CLEARS HER THROAT

-I'm Eve.

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-Really?

-No, I just wanted to say that.

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I'm Chrissie, Happy New Year.

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Happy New Year. Where's your toilet?

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-It's down the corridor.

-Right.

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I'm going to go and...

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Ah! ..unravel my hosepipe.

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Oh, ho-ho. Don't have it on sprinkle.

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THEY LAUGH

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PHONE RINGS

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Ooh!

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SHE LAUGHS

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Hello?

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ADAM: 'Hi, sexy. Did you get my valentine's card?'

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No, not yet, but the post hasn't been. Did you get mine?

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'Yes, probably somewhere in this pile here.'

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-Ha-ha.

-'Ah!'

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What time are you picking me up?

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'Erm, 7-ish? Do you want sex then meal or meal then sex?'

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-Erm, how about sex, meal, sex?

-SHE CHUCKLES

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'That depends, is The Grudge going to be in?'

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Er, I'm not sure. I'll get back to you with that information.

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-'Is she there?'

-Yes.

-'All right, I'll call you later.'

-Mwah.

-'Bye-bye.'

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Hey, Fung.

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Good morning.

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What have you got on today?

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I have a seminar this morning and another seminar this afternoon.

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-More maths?

-Mm. Continuous quantity, yes.

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-Oh.

-METALLIC NOISE

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Sounds complicated.

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Not necessarily.

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Well, it depends on your approach to measurable magnitudes.

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Right.

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Like you have been going out with Adam for 13 months...

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-Mm.

-..which is one year and one month.

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Now, this is referred to as a portable vector.

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Oh, my God, how weird.

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Well, not really, it's number theory.

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No, I...

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I've been, I've been sent a valentine's card

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from my ex-boyfriend.

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Well, maybe he still likes you?

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I haven't seen him since I was 12, I barely remember him.

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"Roses are red, violets are blue What is that smell? I need a poo."

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His sense of humour hasn't changed much.

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I wonder how he got my address?

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Right, I need to go to my seminar.

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I won't be back until 7.30 if you want to have sex with Adam.

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Oh...

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Thank you.

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MARION LAUGHS

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Do you remember your teddy, Christine?

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I'll bring it along next time.

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Oh, she had a lovely peachy bottom, Adam.

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Look at that.

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Ah... Her lovely peachy bottom.

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Yeah. Mum, stop now. You're embarrassing Adam.

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No, love, I'm embarrassing you. Right, well, shall I be Mother?

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Yes, why not. It is Mother's Day.

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Oh! HE LAUGHS

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Who's that?

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Yes, that, that was...Christine's first boyfriend.

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Such a shame he...he died when he was just 16.

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Did he?

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Yes!

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He got...

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(Leukaemia.)

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She's got a memory like a sieve, but she's done well with you, Adam.

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You're smashing, though you could do with getting a haircut.

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Mum!

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So when are you going to marry her?

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SHE SPLUTTERS

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Erm...

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Oh, my God.

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Well, you've been courting for two years.

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I was married with a daughter by then.

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Yeah, so we're not all like you, Mum.

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I have my career to think about.

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Career? Huh, measuring feet in Clarks

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is hardly a career, Christine.

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Thank you very much, Mum.

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All I'm saying is your father would like to walk you down the aisle...

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..while he still can.

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-Would anybody like a biscuit?

-Yes, please.

-No, thanks.

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-OK.

-Oh.

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Mum, just stop it, all right!

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Look, there's nothing wrong with getting married.

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-Sh, sh!

-Your generation seems to think it's old-fashioned.

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It's not. It's a commitment.

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We don't even live together yet.

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Exactly! That would be a start.

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Look, it's not going to happen, so stop going on about it, OK?

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-I don't even know if Adam's really...

-Chrissie?

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Where shall I put my CDs?

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Er, here?

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My... So much stuff.

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Yeah, there's plenty more.

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You're not regretting it, are you?

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-No.

-Sure?

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Fung's moved out now so someone's got to pay the rent.

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-Ah.

-So...

-So.

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Right.

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Don't be long.

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-I've got a surprise for you when you get back.

-Oh!

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DOOR CLOSES

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Well...

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SHE CLEARS HER THROAT

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MUSIC: Time To Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman

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Shit!

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Adam?

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Adam, what are you doing?

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This isn't funny, Adam.

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EGG SPLATS

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SHE GASPS

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RATTLING NOISE

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DOOR CREAKS

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SHE GASPS

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SHE SIGHS

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ZIP UNFASTENS

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I'm sorry.

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SHE GASPS

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What? What?

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No. Oh!

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-Horrible dream.

-Ah.

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ALARM CLOCK BEEPS

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-Oh, get the alarm, would you?

-Yeah.

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Oh, come on, darling. You're going to be late for work.

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-It's a bank holiday, isn't it?

-Oh, yeah.

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But I'll have a cup of tea now you're up.

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Oh, OK.

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Oh, what shall we do today?

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Erm...insert groove dowel pins into B1 and B2.

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I thoug...I dunno what they are.

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They look like that, they look like little maggots.

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Right, erm...

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OK.

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-Er...

-And then what?

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Er...align sliding panel AB alongside bar EF.

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-We've already done that.

-OK.

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Insert rod into top pole until base connects.

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Isn't that what got us into this mess in the first place?

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HE PANTS

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SHE CRIES Oh, hey, hey, don't cry.

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What... What are you worried about?

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I don't know, I just...

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What?

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I don't want the baby to spoil everything.

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Well, it's not going to do that.

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How would it do that?

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BABY CRIES

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BABY CONTINUES CRYING

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No. Ah!

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'Hey, hey, hey, hey. Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh, what's this noise?

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'Shh, shh, what's all this noise?

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ADAM SINGS: # 'Time to say goodbye

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# 'Do-do-do, do-do-do-do-do... #

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-MAN'S VOICE:

-'Come on, little man, let's get you out of there.'

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Jack! Jack.

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Jack?

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Adam?

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Adam! Someone's taken Jack!

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What are you doing?

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-SHE PANTS

-Wha...? I heard somebody talking.

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Yeah. Yeah, it was me.

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-I know...

-I'm trying to get him to sleep.

-It wasn't you. I...

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Shh, calm down, calm down. You'll set him off again. Hey, come on.

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Hey, oh, there we go.

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All right? You're just overtired. Come with me.

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BABY WHIMPERS

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-MARION:

-Open your eyes!

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ALL: Surprise! THEY LAUGH

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One big puff.

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Ah.

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Ah! Happy birthday!

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Ah, thank you.

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Oh, my God.

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Hi, Dad!

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Oh, he's been so excited all week, haven't you, Ernie?

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Well, he...he did know he was coming, but I think it's gone again.

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I shouldn't have brought him, really.

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No, I'm glad he's here.

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He wouldn't want you to remember him like this.

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Happy birthday, dear. Bet you can't guess what these are.

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But they didn't have them in my size.

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Well, someone rang Ipswich and got them DHL'd.

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Oh, my God, you shouldn't have! Ah, thank you so much!

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Two words - staff discount.

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Where's Adam?

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I don't know, actually. Mum, where's Adam?

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I'm not sure, he said he'd be here.

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DOOR OPENS

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Hi, darling, happy birthday!

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Ah...

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Hi, Zara.

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Happy birthday, Chrissie. You look...fab.

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Ah, I don't, but thanks anyway.

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No, I'm sure you've lost a bit. Yeah, turn round.

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Yeah, you...you definitely have.

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It's only baby fat, it'll be gone soon enough.

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Well, he's hardly a baby, he's two now.

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Where is he?

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Erm, he's just having a nap, how was your work do?

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-Yeah. We, well, we popped our heads in, didn't we?

-Yeah.

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Just to schmooze a few clients.

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ADAM CHUCKLES

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Hi, Bobby.

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Hi, Adam. Um...

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Ah, this is Zara. She's just started under me.

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Mm, has she?

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Adam.

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-My dad's here.

-Yeah.

-Go and say hello.

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Yeah, I'll just get some drinks first.

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Right then, come on, Chrissie. It's THAT time.

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No, Mum, please.

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No, no, it's tradition.

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-No, I...

-Every birthday since she was six,

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we've played blind man's buff.

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-No, not every birthday.

-Yes, we have.

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Though last year it was more blind drunk buff.

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Excuse me, I wasn't there.

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She said 'buff', not 'poof'.

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Oh, she's always enjoyed party games, haven't you, love?

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Now, the first person you catch can give you your main present.

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Now, you come and spin her, Bobby.

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Oh, my pleasure.

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One, two, three and...off you go.

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Er!

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Argh!

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HE SCREAMS

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Dad, sorry, sorry, sorry! Sorry, sorry.

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SHE GIGGLES

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SPRINGS SQUEAK

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SQUEAKING INTENSIFIES

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HE PANTS

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I can't get the case to close. You're going to have to take something out.

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Well, you always pack the cases.

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Erm, look, you don't need these shoes, do you?

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No, they're my birthday shoes Bobby got me last year.

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-I've barely warn those.

-Well...

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We can't take all of these toys then.

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No, no, he won't sleep without them.

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Well, just make him choose one. You're too soft on him.

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It's his holiday too.

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-It wasn't meant to be.

-Don't start.

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It was supposed to be just me and you.

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A chance to get away from this miserable flat for a while.

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-Yes, well, I'm very sorry that my dad died.

-Oh...

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I couldn't get my mum to take him now, could I?

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-I'm not saying that.

-Then what are you saying?!

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I just wanted it to be fun...

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..like it used to be.

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Well, that's just life, Adam. We're doing what other people do.

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We're going on holiday as a family.

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Yeah? Well, I can't fucking wait. Get the passports.

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What day is it today, Jack?

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The first of September.

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And what's happening today?

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I've got school.

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Right. Come on then. Grandma's going to walk you down.

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I want you to take me.

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Erm, I can't, darling, Mummy's got to work.

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But I'll be there when you finish, OK?

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You are going to have a brilliant day.

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I am so, so proud of you.

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Ah, right. Now, come on, don't let's be late for our first day.

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All right. Come on. You're going to show me the way.

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Now, you, come on, then let's go and find this lovely new school.

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This is going to be fun.

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-Yes.

-DOOR CLOSES

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SHE CLEARS HER THROAT

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Come on, Chrissie, don't upset yourself.

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I just didn't...I didn't think it would turn out like this.

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Well, I never thought I'd end up walking into the garden centre

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and peeing on the hydrangeas, but there you go.

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But you weren't well, it wasn't your fault.

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And this isn't yours, darling girl.

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Isn't it? Adam's left me, Jack's left me.

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Only till 3 o'clock.

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I know but I'm...

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I'm 32, divorced and working in a shoe shop with my gay best friend.

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It's hardly the Cinderella story, is it?

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Hey, come on, enough of that nonsense.

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It's Jack's first day at school.

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This is meant to be a happy memory.

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I'm sorry, Dad, it just doesn't feel like that.

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DOOR BELL RINGS

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Bobby, can you get that?

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I can't, I'm putting my contacts in.

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Oh!

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DOOR BELL RINGS

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Hi.

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-ADAM: 'It's me, can you buzz me in?'

-And you're late.

-'Thanks.'

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Come on, Bobby. Come on, Adam's arrived.

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You ready?

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What'd you think?

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Are those the contacts or just your eyes?

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Contacts.

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Oh, it's good. What are you, a zombie waiter?

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Oh, piss off, Chrissie, I'm meant to be a vampire!

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Oh, right!

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Right, well, I'm turning it into a werewolf.

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I've got teeth here somewhere.

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So, erm, is your new fella going to be there?

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He's not me new fella, be quiet.

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You want him to be though, don't you?

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I've...only seen his picture on a website.

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It's fancy dress, how are you going to know it's him?

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He's going to have an alien bursting out of his chest.

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And er, did you just say you're going as yourself?

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-Ha-ha.

-DOOR CLOSES

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Jack's in his bedroom.

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You got some explaining to do.

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DOOR CLOSES

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Do I look hairy enough?

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-You look like Tony the Tiger.

-Oh...

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Come here.

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I'll turn it into a cobweb.

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-Mm, do you remember when I first moved in here ten years ago?

-Uh-huh.

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And I was living with that, what was her name, Fung?

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Oh, my God, The Grudge, that would have been a good one.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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Do you remember we said that if neither of us

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met someone in ten years, we'd get married to each other?

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Ah, you're not that desperate, are you, babe?

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No, I was thinking, you know, it's funny how things turn out.

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Ah...

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KNOCKING ON DOOR

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Oh, trick or treaters. Go on, give 'em a scare.

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Grr.

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THEY LAUGH

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You could have told me the lift was broken. I'm knackered!

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Jack? Jack!

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I've got him, I've got him.

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I've got him, got...

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No, just get back here as quickly as you can, will you?

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OK, thanks.

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Here you go, darling. Here.

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Keep it there. OK, it's going to sting a little bit,

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but just keep it under there. I'm just going to ring Daddy.

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-ADAM: 'Hello?'

-Jack's had an accident.

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-'What?'

-He's...he's all right, but he's burnt his hand on a sparkler.

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'Ah, OK, OK. Erm... Well...'

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Can you just come round please? I need you.

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-'OK, I'm on my way.'

-Thanks. He's probably fine, I'm just...

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I'm overreacting.

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I've seen too many public information films.

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-Oh, Christine.

-He's in the bathroom.

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My mum's here now anyway so...

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'I'll be there in five minutes, OK?'

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-OK.

-'Hang on. I love you.'

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Mum! Mum, is he all right?

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Yes, yes, he's fine.

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There's not a mark on him.

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Look.

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But no, he was crying.

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Well, you probably frightened him.

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Jack, Jack, go and watch the fireworks.

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You can see them out of your window.

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I saw him pick up a sparkler, he burnt his hand.

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I...saw it.

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But he can't have. There's nothing wrong with him.

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You did, when you were his age...

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Burnt right through your mittens.

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Do you remember?

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Well, maybe you were thinking of that?

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Let me get you a cup of tea.

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I don't know what's wrong with me, Mum?

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I'm getting everything jumbled up.

0:23:070:23:10

Well, put your hat on then.

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What?

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Put your hat on.

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That's better.

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Right, why are Christmas trees so bad at sewing?

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-Oh.

-They always drop their needles.

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-ERNIE:

-Terrible.

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Well, you never did have a sense of humour, did you, Ernie?

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Oh, I don't know, I married you, didn't I?

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THEY LAUGH

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Dad, are you all right?

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Yeah, yeah, I'm tickety-boo.

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I had to be here for this, didn't I?

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I wouldn't have missed it for the world.

0:23:420:23:44

Are you all right, love? Well done on all this, it looks gorgeous.

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Just like you.

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Well, I did the Brussels sprouts.

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-Yes, and we'll be hearing from them later.

-Oh, dear.

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Wha... Where's Jack?

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Er, he's just getting his outfit on for the Nativity.

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Aw, bless him.

0:24:030:24:05

Adam, are...are we back together?

0:24:050:24:08

Yeah. Course. You remember Bonfire Night last year?

0:24:080:24:12

-I think it's time for the present.

-Oh!

0:24:140:24:17

No, I don't want the present.

0:24:170:24:20

Yeah, come on!

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-ERNIE:

-This is from all of us. We all contributed.

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I hope you like it.

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Oh, no. Is that me?

0:24:490:24:53

Yes!

0:24:530:24:55

Oh, gosh!

0:24:580:25:00

-Oh!

-SHE CHUCKLES

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Oh, the cot! Do you remember that?

0:25:070:25:10

-We couldn't put it up, could we?

-Yeah, it took us three days.

0:25:100:25:13

THEY LAUGH

0:25:130:25:15

Ah, look at...

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Tony Tiger.

0:25:180:25:19

This is amazing. You've got everything.

0:25:220:25:26

This is like my whole life is flashing...

0:25:270:25:30

Oh...

0:25:400:25:41

I think I know what this is now.

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WHEELS SQUEAL

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LOUD CRASH

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SIRENS WAIL

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CAR RADIO PLAYS Time To Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman

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SAW BLADE GRINDS

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OK, Fire Brigade. Can you hear me?

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MUFFLED SPEECH

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

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I'm getting everything jumbled up.

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She's got a memory like a sieve.

0:27:020:27:05

He wouldn't want you to remember him like this.

0:27:050:27:08

Well, that's just life, Adam.

0:27:090:27:12

ERNIE: This is supposed to be a happy memory.

0:27:120:27:14

Jack!

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Mummy's going now.

0:27:290:27:31

Oh, no, I don't want to.

0:27:330:27:36

It's my fault.

0:27:430:27:44

I just stepped out into the road. I wasn't looking.

0:27:440:27:47

Erm, I managed to get the kid out but I couldn't get to her.

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Sorry.

0:27:520:27:53

Come on, Jack.

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It's time, Christine.

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MUSIC: Time To Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman

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Goodbye, everyone.

0:28:400:28:42

I love you.

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# Quando sono solo sogno all'orizzonte

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# E mancan le parole

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# Time to say goodbye

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# Paesi che non ho mai

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# Veduto e vissuto con te

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# Adesso si li vivro

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# Con te partiro... #

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Christine Clarke brings a new man back to her flat from a New Year's Eve party, and immediately her life starts to unravel. Who is the terrifying stranger that keeps appearing in the flat at night?


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