March Mum


March

Family sitcom. It is Cathy's 60th birthday and the family are going for lunch.


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-You all right?

-Yeah.

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-I'm just looking at how fat all these women have got.

-Nice.

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TABLE SQUEAKS

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-It's wobbly, isn't it?

-Yeah.

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I'm worried it's going to break.

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-I can't believe you're 60.

-Oh, I know, I know.

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If I met you for the first time I'd be like,

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"That woman is no older than 58."

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-Thanks, love.

-That's all right.

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No, it does feel strange, though. Seems like only yesterday I was 18.

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Yeah.

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It wasn't only yesterday, though, was it, Cathy?

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No.

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It was 42 years ago.

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-Do you want to get off that table, love?

-Erm...

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No, I'm good, thanks.

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So what age is it when you get the old lady smell?

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-What was that?

-Erm...

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-Doesn't matter.

-It's funny turning 60.

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-Yeah?

-Yeah.

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I was saying to someone the other day.

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Someone was being really annoying

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and asking me loads of questions about my birthday.

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It was one of those people

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that always manages to say the wrong thing and you've just got to try

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and find a way of biting your tongue.

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Oh, yes! It was, um...

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-No-one.

-No, go on, who was it?

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No, it was no-one, Kelly, honestly.

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-You all right, love?

-Yeah.

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I've got, like, eight WhatsApps I need to reply to

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-and it's sort of getting me down.

-Oh, dear.

-Mm.

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Why don't you just reply to them?

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When?

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I'm so busy.

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What time's the carvery booked for?

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2.30.

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Your nan and grandad are picking us up around 2.00, so...

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Oh, wow!

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Kelly did it.

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-Kel!

-Coming!

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No way!

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-Kelly, I'm showing Mum the banner!

-I'm coming!

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-She's enormous.

-Kel, I'm showing Mum the banner!

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I'm coming!

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Kelly, I got the banner out!

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Kelly!

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I'm not being annoying, babe, I'm showing my mum the banner!

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If I say I'm coming...

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Kelly!

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..it means I'm coming.

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-She loves it.

-Really?

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Yeah, it's amazing, Kelly. Thank you.

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I did a big number 60 so everyone could see how old you are.

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Great.

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And that's, uh...?

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-Skull and crossbones. Yeah.

-Yeah.

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I was trying to capture a sense of the passing of time.

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Well, it's definitely done that.

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Shall we put it in the kitchen?

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I don't want the whole street knowing how old I am.

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What?

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THEY LAUGH

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What?

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-I knew something was going on.

-Here she is, big sis!

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-Happy birthday!

-Thank you.

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-I thought we were going to see you down the pub?

-There's more to me

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-than meets the eye.

-There really isn't.

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

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# Two bottle whisky for the way... #

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You rotten lot!

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Here.

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# Oh, I'm leaving tomorrow, what do you say?

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-# When I'm gone

-When I'm gone

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-# When I'm gone

-When I'm gone

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# You're gonna miss me when I'm gone

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# You're gonna miss me by my hair

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# You're gonna miss me everywhere

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# You're gonna miss me when I'm gone

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

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# The one with the prettiest view

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# It's got mountains, it's got rivers

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# It's got woods that'll give you shivers

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# But it sure would be prettier with you

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-# When I'm gone

-When I'm gone

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-# When I'm gone

-When I'm gone

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# You're gonna miss me when I'm gone. #

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-You all right?

-Yes, Cathy, I'm all right.

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-Derek said you were playing badminton.

-Indeed.

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I was supposed to be playing with Rosalind Hampton-Jones.

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Her husband's Sir Nicholas Hampton-Jones.

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Oh, yes, I think you've mentioned them before.

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-Her nephew was at primary school with Kate Middleton.

-That's it.

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But apparently, when she was four,

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Middleton was thick as shit.

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She pissed herself on a swing, she couldn't ride a bike

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and her spelling was a fucking car crash.

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-Well, it hasn't held her back, has it?

-Hmm.

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Oh, you didn't need to bring any cake, I've made one.

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Yes, I thought you might.

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-Good carvery, is it?

-Oh, yeah, it's amazing.

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-What kind of potatoes?

-Boiled, roasted, mash.

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-Yeah.

-Oh, fantastic - I love potatoes.

-Yeah?

-Yeah.

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I often think I could give it all up and sell the business,

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move to Ireland and start a potato farm.

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Ho-ho, I'll be in my element.

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Hello?

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Anyone?

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-What is it we're going for?

-Carvery.

-Carvery, yes.

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You'll have to help me a little, Cathy, I've never been to a, uh...

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-Carvery.

-Carvery, yes.

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Well, you've got a treat in store.

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It's like a big roast dinner but with four different meats.

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Four different meats? How sophisticated.

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And do the waiters carve at the table, or...?

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No, there's no waiters, you just queue.

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-In a restaurant?

-Well, it's more like a pub, really.

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You help yourself to veg, there's three types of potato,

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-and for dessert we get ice cream because it's all-you-can-eat.

-Sorry.

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No.

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OK, this is, uh...

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Derek?

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-I hear we're going for a carvery.

-Yeah.

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There's four different meats and three types of potato,

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but you can go through the vegetable bit as often as you like.

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I'm just going to, erm...

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Three types of potato!

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Are you out of your fucking mind?

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Roasted, boiled, dauphinoise...

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Come on, Pauline.

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Dauphinoise?

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-Seeing a flat on Thursday.

-Oh, great, love.

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Yeah. It's only down the road so we can still come here for our dinner.

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Good.

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Michael's just pulled up.

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-Oh, has he?

-Yeah.

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-You know Debbie, Kelly's cousin?

-Yeah.

-Goes out with Ryan?

-Yeah.

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-Black hair.

-Yeah, I know who she is, love.

-Yeah, she was saying that,

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like, Michael's got a bit of a thing for you.

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LAUGHING: Yeah?

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And I was like, "He wishes!

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"Like Mum would ever go near him!"

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Cathy? Michael's here.

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She knows, babe, I told her.

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Babe? Can you tell your mum Michael's here?

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She knows, babe, I told her.

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LOUD POP, HE SHRIEKS

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Jesus Christ!

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HE CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY

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-Hello?

-Hello, Michael, mate. New shirt?

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Yeah.

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-You OK?

-Yeah, good, actually, yeah.

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-I cut my toenails this morning.

-Ah, great.

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Yeah, got a lot more room in my socks.

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-Good feeling.

-One of the best, mate. One of the best.

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-Hello, Michael.

-Hi.

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-I like your shirt.

-Thanks.

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-You had a nice morning?

-Yeah.

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-Er...my mum's having problems with her gutters again.

-Oh.

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So, er, yeah, I cleaned out the hopper,

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fitted a new stop end, replaced some of the brackets

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that are coming away and then cleaned out the downpipes.

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There was a lot of leaves and muck and stuff,

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but good to get it all out.

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Hm.

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Do you want to have a look at how fat all these women have got?

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Maybe later?

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Can I go now?

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-Yeah.

-Thanks.

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We haven't done our scratchcards, babe.

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Oh, I forgot about the scratchcards!

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Scratchcards? I am really good at scratchcards.

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INDISTINCT CHATTER IN LIVING ROOM

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-Happy birthday.

-Oh, hello.

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New shirt?

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-Yeah.

-Straight out of the packet?

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-Of course.

-Classy.

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Do my best.

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Guess what I've made.

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-Oh, no.

-Victoria sponge.

-Don't make me eat it.

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I was going to make a great big chocolate one

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but I couldn't be arsed.

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Take your time.

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No need to rush, you've got all the time in the world.

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Think positively.

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You've got to think nice things to get nice things.

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That's how I got Pauline.

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You?

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No.

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No.

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Oh, well. Don't worry, buy another one tomorrow.

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I just thought I'd bring the presents round before we, er...

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-Oh, thanks, Michael.

-You've not seen them yet.

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It's just a bottle of beer and a toilet roll.

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Wouldn't surprise me.

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Right, well, I'll just use your loo, then.

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Er...

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You didn't need to know that.

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And then I'll go and get all the presents from the car.

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"All the presents"?

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-Yeah.

-Wow.

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-I wouldn't get excited.

-No, I'm not.

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-I mean, it's you, isn't it? So...

-Yeah. Well, I'll, er...

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-It's quicker that way.

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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Oh, for God's sake. I mean, honestly. Jesus Christ!

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-What've they done to the house?

-They've decorated it.

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-Why?

-Because they're fucking idiots.

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All right, Nan, Grandad?

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-What's happened to your head?

-Nothing, I'm fine.

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-I wasn't out for long.

-What's that?

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A banana.

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What the fuck are you eating one of them for?

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-Look at that one.

-No.

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-Same person five years later.

-No.

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What a monster.

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What a beast.

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I think this one's quite sad, actually,

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-cos I think she had a breakdown.

-I can't look at that.

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And that's her...20 years ago.

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What a big...fat...lazy bitch.

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-Happy birthday, Cathy.

-Thanks, Reg.

-How old are you?

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60.

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-Sorry to hear that.

-Thanks!

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-Happy birthday, Cathy.

-Thanks, Maureen.

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Give her her present. It's in the bag.

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-Which bag, Nan?

-The yellow one.

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What happened to your head, Reg?

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She wants me to see a doctor just because I slipped in the shower

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and I've had occasional bouts of sickness and memory loss.

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And occasional bouts of sickness and memory loss.

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HE MUTTERS

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TOILET FLUSHES

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CATHY: Oh, shit.

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INDISTINCT CHATTER DOWNSTAIRS

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-REG:

-Cathy? We're going to the Toby, are we?

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-Yeah, the one in Buckhurst Hill.

-Right.

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So you go left out of the house...

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Are you listening?!

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-Yes! Bloody hell, I'm just helping Maureen.

-Left out of the house.

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No need to shout. Blimey, Reg.

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-You go down the end of the road, you turn left.

-You turn right!

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Oh, don't get involved.

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You go through Woodford.

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-Woodford?!

-Michael, how do we get to the carvery?

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-New shirt?

-Yeah.

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You should have ironed it.

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-Yep.

-So it's left out of the house, left at the end of the road,

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-left onto Chingford Lane.

-And then right at the roundabout.

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-Roundabout?!

-Left out of the house, left at the end of the road

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and right onto Chingford Lane.

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My right or your right?

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-It's just a right.

-Yeah, but is it your right or her right or my right?

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Well, it's just a right. It's everybody's right.

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It's everybody's right to do what?

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Do you want to put your phone down, love?

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I feel like maybe you're not listening properly.

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Then instead of going left,

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you go right towards Highams Park.

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You stupid bastard.

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Highams Park!

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What?

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You silly prick.

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-You all right, mate?

-Yeah.

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Just popping out to the car to get some presents for your mum.

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That's nice of ya. You know,

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people take the piss out of ya, but you're a good bloke.

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Do they?

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Don't like it when you laugh at me.

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HE LAUGHS

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I might not look it but I'm actually quite sensitive.

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Highams Park!

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Highams Park!

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-Some Milk Tray, a plant and a Now album.

-Oh, very nice.

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Well, it's not every day she's 60. What you got her?

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-Ah, not much, you know.

-Nice motor.

-Thanks.

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Yeah, just some bits and pieces to keep her busy.

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It looks more than it is.

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All these are for my mum?

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Erm...

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Did you like your presents?

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Yes, of course, they're lovely.

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Hm.

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I was going to make one of Dave

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but I thought it might be weird because he's dead.

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Yeah.

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You OK, love?

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We're like best friends, aren't we?

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Well, not like friends, but, like... I'm in love with you?

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-OK.

-Because you know age doesn't matter.

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But it does, obviously,

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cos no-one's going to give a job to a baby or an old person.

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Do you want to talk about something?

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SHE SIGHS HEAVILY

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I've just got all of these thoughts.

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I'm not very good at, like, turning them into, like...

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It's OK, love.

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-No, no, but look at it like this - you open the boot...

-Yeah.

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-..and you're saying you've got presents for my mum.

-Yeah.

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And I'm like, "There's about 20 in there." That one's massive!

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Yeah, no...

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-I can see why you...

-It's a bit weird, Michael, even for you.

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No.

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These are for MY mum.

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Her fingers aren't as good any more so I wrap up her presents for her.

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-OK.

-Yeah, no, they're not for YOUR mum, they're for MY mum.

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These are for her great-grandchildren,

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my niece's kids.

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HE LAUGHS

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Oh, I see!

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Oh, I get it now. Sorry, mate.

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This...

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This is for your mum. Nice bottle of wine and, er...

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-Is that white?

-Yeah.

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-Oh, yeah, she'll like that.

-Good.

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And, er...

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Yeah, that's about it.

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-Do you want me to take that in and give it to her?

-No, it's all right.

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Sorry about that, mate.

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That's funny, that, innit?

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Yeah.

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That's going to make me chuckle, that is.

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That's like a classic misunderstanding.

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Yeah.

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But it's going to be so hard for you when you don't have me and Jason

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here to look after you.

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Oh, I guess I'll just sit in the garden, watch whatever telly I like.

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It's just going to be so, so quiet.

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-Is it?

-Yeah.

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Cos me and Jason, we've, like, got each other.

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We, like, sleep together.

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We have sex.

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I've noticed.

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He's really good at it.

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I bet he gets that off you, doesn't he?

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-I bet you were really thorough back in the day.

-Go and get ready, love.

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I think it's very exciting that you and Jason are getting your own

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place - and you don't need to worry about me at all, I'll be fine.

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-Kelly, you ready?

-But I do worry about you, though.

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I think about you even when I'm thinking about other things.

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-Thanks.

-You don't have to thank me, Cathy.

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-I do it because I love you.

-Kelly.

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I was just telling your mum about how empty her life's going to be

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when we move out...

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CONVERSATION CARRIES ON INDISTINCTLY

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She works in Sainsbury's?

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Yeah, she's been working there for a year or something.

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Does she get a discount?

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WHISPERING: That's what I've been wanting to ask her.

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-You all right?

-No, good, love, yeah, yeah.

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I just need to get my make-up.

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Let me get that for you.

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Oh, thanks.

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-Thank you.

-You don't need make-up.

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You're beautiful just as you are.

0:20:140:20:17

Oh.

0:20:170:20:19

Wow.

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Thank you.

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Thanks, Reg.

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I'll get a discount if it fucking kills me.

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There he is. Everything sorted?

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Let's have a look at all these presents, then.

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-Happy birthday.

-Oh.

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Ooh, thank you.

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Wonder what this is.

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-Like I said, it's nothing, really.

-Thanks.

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That's-that's-that's... really very nice.

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Yeah, well, that's everything, so...

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No, really, that's everything.

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Oh, OK.

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-Open it, it's white.

-Yeah. Yeah.

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Ooh, yes, white.

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My favourite.

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Good. I didn't want to go overboard.

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No, no, absolutely. No.

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That's very kind of you. Thanks, Michael.

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Yeah, well, I'll, uh, use your loo again. It's my age.

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-And I'll see you at the carvery?

-Yeah.

0:21:350:21:38

-Thanks, that's-that's really very nice.

-Yeah.

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-You ready, Mum?

-Nearly, yeah. Um...

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I love the Happy Birthday song, don't you?

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Yeah, it's catchy.

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-Have I told you about my stick?

-You have, yes.

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I think I might go back to the park and get another one.

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-SHE CHUCKLES

-How funny.

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I've just had another text from Rosalind Hampton-Jones.

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Oh, OK.

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Her husband's a banker. Her eldest is a lawyer

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and her youngest made a fortune out of payday loans.

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They sound like a lovely bunch of people.

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So...Jason and Kelly are moving out?

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Yes. Well, they've started to look, so...

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That'll be a kick in the teeth!

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-Well...

-There's nothing like the sound of a house

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when you're the only person in it.

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-Can I, uh...?

-Yes, help yourself.

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..we could live on a houseboat.

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We're not living on a houseboat.

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-HE LAUGHS

-You're so funny, babe.

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No, but, seriously, babe - I'm not living on a houseboat.

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-I was just telling Kelly about it. I went to his car...

-Right.

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..and Michael was like, "I'll get your mum's present,"

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and I looked in his boot and it was full of presents!

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There were tonnes in there! And I was like, "What?!"

0:23:130:23:17

-His boot was full of presents?

-Yeah!

-How funny.

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He had loads of presents in there. I thought they were for you.

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-Are you telling her about Michael?

-Yeah.

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And he was like, "No, they're for my mum to give to her grandkids,"

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-or something, wasn't it?

-Yeah!

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And I was like, "Classic misunderstanding."

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-And they were wrapped in what?

-Just birthday wrapping paper.

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-Funny.

-Yeah!

0:23:410:23:43

-You find your phone?

-Yeah. It was in my hand!

-Oh!

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-You coming?

-Yeah.

0:23:510:23:52

No, just give me a minute.

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-You done your WhatsApps?

-No, and I got another one.

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Babe, I know you've got loads.

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-I've got nine now.

-You've got loads of them.

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Jason, mate, you coming in my car?

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-All done?

-Yeah. Should do me for the next five minutes or so.

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-You should look into nappies.

-I'm wearing one.

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Handy for journeys but I can't stand the chafing.

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Erm...

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Maybe I could come in your car?

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Pardon?

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Can I get a lift in your car?

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Really?

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Yeah.

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OK.

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Is that a problem?

0:24:390:24:40

-No. No, of course not.

-Good.

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OK if I put something in your boot?

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Pardon?

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Can I put something in your boot?

0:24:520:24:54

-My boot?

-Yeah.

0:24:550:24:57

Yeah, of course. Yeah.

0:24:590:25:01

Oh...

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No. No, boot's wet.

0:25:040:25:08

-Boot's wet?

-Mm.

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Left it open last night.

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Can I have a look?

0:25:120:25:14

Nah, it's too wet.

0:25:140:25:16

Wow, that's wet.

0:25:160:25:18

Well, it's not too wet, but...

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I mean, that's a really wet boot. I mean, too wet to even look at.

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-No, it's not too wet to look at.

-No?

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-No.

-Why'd you leave your boot open all night?

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Why do you need to look in my boot?

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

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# Two bottle whisky for the way

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# And I sure would like some sweet company

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# And I'm leaving tomorrow, what do you say?

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# When I'm gone

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# When I'm go-o-one

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# You're gonna miss me when I'm gone

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# You're gonna miss me by my hair

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# You're gonna miss me everywhere, oh

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# You're gonna miss me when I'm gone. #

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It is Cathy's 60th birthday and the family are going for lunch.


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