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It's nowhere near the ground.

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Oh, sorry, I should've brought that back ages ago.

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No, it's all right.

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We only need it because we've got a cleaner coming tomorrow.

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-Cleaner?

-Yeah, cleaner.

-Indeed.

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It's this little Bulgarian chick.

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She's going to wash and iron Pauline's clothes

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-and her pillowcase...

-And brush my hair.

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If she wants the money, she'll do it.

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She's going to do all that and clean the flat for 60 quid.

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Blimey. I'd do it for half that!

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I think she was joking.

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-Were you?

-Yes.

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Yeah.

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-Well, if you ever need the cash, Cathy.

-Thanks.

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-You wouldn't have to declare it.

-Bye, Derek.

-Bye, Uncle Derek!

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Well, have a happy Easter.

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Yes.

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Unlikely, but thank you.

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-We're having lunch with Derek's friends.

-Our friends.

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So, that's a whole afternoon of bad wine and vacuous chitchat

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and food cooked by the sorts of animals Derek's friends

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-are married to.

-The sorts of animals OUR friends are married to.

-Yes.

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Well, have a lovely Easter, Cathy.

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-Thank you.

-You doing anything nice?

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No, not much.

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Jason and Kelly are going to Kelly's auntie's,

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and my friend Lyn's going to pop round, she always does at Easter.

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Oh, and yeah, we're having the carpet done, aren't we, on Tuesday

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so Michael's going to come round and help me clear the front room.

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Sorry, I didn't listen.

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Well, have fun, whatever you're doing.

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What colour's the carpet?

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It's speckled.

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It's sort of beige.

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SHE LAUGHS Of course it is.

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-Bye then.

-Bye, Cath.

-Bye.

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-I'll ask her.

-Thanks, babe.

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Why don't you come to my auntie's?

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Oh, your auntie doesn't want me there.

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I've got loads of family who are sort of...

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I don't know what the proper word is, but they're like...

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I don't mean to be rude or anything, but they're like...

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-your age?

-Yeah?

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Yeah, so you could talk to them about whatever it is you people

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talk about, like ABBA, or the news,

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or the first time you got a colour TV.

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That sounds really very tempting, Kelly, but there's

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a front room to clear, isn't there, and Michael's coming over, so...

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Mum, seriously, are you honestly telling me

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that you want to spend Easter Sunday alone in the house with Michael?

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THEY GIGGLE

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You're so funny, babe.

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I'm not as funny as you are beautiful.

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Babe!

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Your eyes are infinitesimal.

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-Oh, babe.

-Can I just...?

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-Yeah, sorry.

-Sorry.

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MUSIC: You're Gonna Miss Me by Lulu and the Lampshades

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

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# Two bottles of whisky for the way

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# And I sure would like some... #

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Bye, Cath!

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Right then.

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

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-# When I'm gone

-# When I'm gone... #

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CAR ENGINE STUTTERS

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

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CAR ENGINE STUTTERS

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# You're gonna miss me everywhere... #

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CAR ENGINE STUTTERS

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Just stay in the car, I'll sort it out.

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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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I'm not sitting in the car.

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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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CAR HORN BLARES

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# When I'm gone

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# When I'm gone

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

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-BOTH:

-Happy Easter!

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-Happy Easter!

-Happy Easter!

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-Happy Easter!

-I love Easter.

-It's so random.

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I can't believe it's finally here.

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So go on, what Easter egg did you get?

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Well, Cathy got me one with my name on, didn't you?

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-Yeah.

-Thornton's.

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-Shut up!

-Yeah. Ryan spent like a tenner on it.

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Congratulations on your course.

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Oh, thanks, yeah.

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-He's going to be a male nurse.

-Yeah.

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You can just say nurse.

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That's very exciting, love.

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My mum was ill quite a lot and so I used to sort of look after her

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instead of school, and then I sort of just held her hand

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while she died, so it feels like the next step, really.

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Him, though, a male nurse!

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You can just say nurse.

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Yeah, good, Michael, yeah.

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The car's broken down, but then, on the other hand, it's Easter.

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I love Easter. You know all the chocolate, all the eggs,

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all the rabbits.

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What is it with the rabbits? And what is it with all the chocolate?!

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I should do a bit of the old stand-up comedy, shouldn't I?

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So, Easter, what's with all the rabbits?!

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That'd be good that, wouldn't it? I'd be like Bob Monkhouse.

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I love Bob Monkhouse. It's a shame he's dead.

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But we all go eventually, don't we?

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You all right, mate?

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Oh, yeah, sorry.

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I just had one of these.

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Oh, right.

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-OK.

-Yeah.

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Who gives a fuck about shitty old carpets?

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-Yeah.

-I'm like, shit man!

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-Are you?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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So she's going to clear out the front room today.

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-On Easter Sunday?

-Yeah.

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Is she demented?

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She doesn't know it yet, me and Jason are going to do it

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for her tomorrow so she can have today on her own,

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-she doesn't have to be alone with Michael.

-That's nice of you.

-Yeah.

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I'm never going to live as long as Cathy, the way I'm going.

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That's a good point, babe. You better slow down.

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I can't.

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-Is it all right if I have a slash?

-Yeah, 'course.

-Is it clean?

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-Hello.

-Hey.

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You all right?

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Yeah. Should've worn another layer, but...

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I was in the car, so...

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I don't know why I'm going on about it.

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So, you are all set for today?

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Yeah! I got up early, started to clear out the cupboards.

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Oh, hold it, stop it right there.

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Why?

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I think I need a moment to digest just how exciting your life is.

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Oh, it's tragic.

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I've become the kind of person you pity.

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-Oh, I've always pitied you.

-Thanks.

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So I've got it all sorted with my mum.

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It's no problem.

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I'm going to pop over there tonight, whenever we're finished,

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-so there's no rush.

-Oh.

-And I got us...

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..Graceland.

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Oh! No, that's good, because I got us...

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Oh, I didn't know they still sold it!

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Yeah, actually, these days it's very trendy.

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Of course it is.

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Oh, hi, Michael. I'm going to see a flat on Tuesday.

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-Oh, nice. Where?

-Hoppett Road.

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You coming?

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-Yeah.

-So it's like far enough away from here

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so it'll feel like we've moved out, but also like close enough to here

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so we can still come round for our dinner.

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Great.

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It's really nice.

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When you look out the window, you can see a garden.

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-Oh, lovely.

-You telling him about the flat?

-Yeah.

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-We're going to get a waffle-maker.

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-Of course.

-And a drying rack.

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And we're going to spend a whole Saturday in Ikea.

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I'm sure that'll be a really pleasant experience.

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Yeah.

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-They're going to send someone around.

-Oh, good.

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Did you tell them who my husband is?

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It's the AA. They're not going to care who your husband is.

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When we were together, my husband and I just had to click our fingers

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-and a tow truck would arrive.

-I bet that was annoying.

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Seriously, that would really wind me up.

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-Babe?

-I'm in the glass bit!

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Lyn's left her mum's. She just texted.

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-Oh, OK.

-Who's Lyn?

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Oh, she's a very dear old friend of me

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and Dave and Michael and all that lot.

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She went out with Michael for a couple of years.

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But she used to have a bit of a thing for me, didn't she?

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-Oh, yes, she did! Yeah.

-Yeah.

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-How funny.

-Mum!

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She always pops round with an Easter egg for Jason and we send them

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back for her lot. We've been doing it for years.

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-Sweet.

-Yeah.

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So we're just telling Michael about the new plans for today.

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-Oh, OK.

-Yeah.

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It's weird, really.

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It was quite funny at the time.

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Bit of an older woman kind of thing.

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She was quite the catch.

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My mates couldn't believe it when it was me that got off with her.

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You all right?

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Of course. Why wouldn't I be?

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-It was nothing serious.

-I'm fine, Derek, so please just

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shut your stupid fat face.

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-I had to meet your husband.

-Yes, I know.

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I remember the tears.

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All right, listen, guys, we've worked it out.

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You can have a nice day on your own.

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Michael, you can get round to your mum's. Me and Jason will clear out

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-the front room tomorrow.

-OK.

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Ryan'll help. It's Bank Holiday, innit?

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What's that?

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What you doing tomorrow? Want to come help us clear out

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-the front room?

-I've gotta get my ex an Easter egg.

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Which one are you going to get him?

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Malteasers? I don't know.

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Wispa, babe. Get him a Wispa one.

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There's too many.

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Fancy coming round and helping us tomorrow

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and letting Mum have today to herself?

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Honestly, love, don't worry. Michael's here now, isn't he, so...

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I've gotta get this egg for Kevin. He's really demanding.

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Don't worry, love. Michael's here, so we'll just go ahead as planned.

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But Michael said he was going to fucking do it.

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-Babe, they can hear you.

-It's fucking...

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Yeah, don't worry. I don't mind doing it, so...

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Mum, put your feet up, have a bit of me-time.

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-OK.

-And you get off, mate, go on, see your mum.

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We'll be all right.

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Easter's meant to be family time, innit?

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You shouldn't have to spend it with us.

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Thanks.

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-NEXT DOOR:

-They're fucking revolting.

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Babe, they can hear you!

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-At least we saved her from Michael.

-Yeah.

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She needs to put herself first.

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You're such a lovely person, do you know that?

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-No, you have the bigger bit.

-No, you have it.

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No, you have it.

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Yeah, he's right.

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It's a family day, I shouldn't be here.

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No, it's probably for the best.

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You'll be a lot quicker without me to slow you down.

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Oh, well, that's true.

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I just want my mum to be happy, because I love her.

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Oh, babe, that's so lovely.

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But not as lovely as your smile in the light of a thousand stars.

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Oh, babe.

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You're my gorgeous little twinkle-nose.

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Oh, babe!

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And it'd be good for you to get some time to yourself.

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Yeah, I don't have enough of that.

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My sister's down anyway.

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Oh, is she?

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Yeah, yeah so I should head off to my mum's,

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and I don't want to upset Jason. He's...

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-JASON:

-She's here.

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-Oh, that'll be Lyn.

-My mum's best friend...

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Oh, right, good. OK. Excellent.

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Then I'll head off in a minute.

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Right.

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Mum, I think that's Lynn!

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Is that her?

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Yeah.

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Oh, well, but she was a lot better back in the day.

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Blimey.

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She's had her ups and downs and she's had kids

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and she struggled a bit in her forties,

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but no, she was really something.

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Seriously, my mates were spitting feathers when I got

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to have a go on her.

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There was this kind of crackle of sexual electricity around her.

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You finished?

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Yeah.

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Sorry.

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-Do you know my Uncle Derek?

-'Course I do.

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-All right, Dell?

-Yeah, good, yeah.

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Ryan, we're going upstairs.

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On the up, on the up. Been better, been worse.

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-This is my partner, Pauline.

-Oh, hello.

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Nice to meet you. I've heard a lot about you.

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How funny!

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Because I've never, ever heard of you.

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Well, come on then. Tell me everything. How did you two meet?

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-Well, it's funny, we actually met in the...

-Derek.

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-I wasn't going to tell her the real story.

-Right.

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Hi, Lyn, happy Easter.

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Happy Easter.

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I've got Keith's in the car so I won't stop.

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Cleaning on Easter Sunday?

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I'm going to shock you, Lyn - I'm getting a new carpet.

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-Oh, blimey! How many years has that been then?!

-I know!

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-You OK?

-Stop showing off.

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How am I showing off?

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Derek!

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-How's the twins?

-Yeah, good thanks.

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Kimberley's just had a baby.

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Oh, congratulations.

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Fantastic. She's a granny.

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Yes.

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But they're staying with us at the moment

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and the baby doesn't stop screaming.

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-Oh, no. Is he crying himself to sleep?

-Yeah, but...

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Well, I cried myself to sleep every night until I was four.

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Never did me any harm.

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Oh, well that's for you.

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Oh, lovely.

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-Thanks, Lyn.

-And there's a...

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South Africa.

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You've been to South Africa, haven't you?

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How many times?

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Oh, two, three.

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I lose count.

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And that's for Jason.

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Oh, that's so lovely, thank you, thanks, Lyn.

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Oh, you're very welcome.

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-And these are for your lot.

-Oh!

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I've got a little book for the baby.

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-Ohhh!

-For George and a card for...

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-Thank you.

-Where's that gone?

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Ah. Here we are.

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And a little something for you and Keith.

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Oh, bloody hell. That'll stop him moaning about his hips!

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You know what he'll be after later.

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And it won't be another episode of Lewis!

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Oh, did you see Lewis last night?

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No. I was helping Kelly with her...

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No, I didn't see it either.

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Sorry, love?

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No, I was just saying we didn't see this "Lewis" programme either.

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-Did we?

-No. No.

-We only watch BBC Four.

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Documentaries, the Proms, anything with subtitles.

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-What channel was it on?

-ITV3.

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ITV3. Yes.

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How lucky we all are to have so many ITV channels.

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Well, lovely to meet you, eh...?

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-Lyn.

-Lyn. Yes. Of course.

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Is that short for anything?

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-Linda.

-Such a pretty name.

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-Yeah, it's good BBC Four.

-Yeah. Yeah.

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Yeah, no, it's, erm, informative.

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It's quite good to have on just before you go to sleep.

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I'll get a glass of water, if that's OK?

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Yeah, do you mind helping yourself?

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I'm just going to go and find that card for George...

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I am heading off, mate, so.

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Cheer me up, Michael. Say something nice.

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Oh, OK. Erm...

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Do you reckon they've saved the mountain gorilla from extinction?

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-Have they?

-Yeah.

-That is nice.

-Yeah.

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I actually... I actually meant say something nice about me.

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Oh! Oh, sorry. Of course.

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Of course.

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This looks very smart.

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Really?

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Yeah.

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Pauline got it off the internet.

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Yes, really good fit.

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I like that bit.

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-Very nice.

-I usually put a pen in there.

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Like they do at the end of the news.

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Yeah. Definitely.

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Yeah. Makes me feel a bit more sophisticated.

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Yeah.

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You're a good friend, you know that?

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Pauline, babe...

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What do you mean he rose from the dead?

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-He rose from the dead, babe.

-Yeah. He did.

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He was dead and then he came back to life again.

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-Well, that's obviously bollocks.

-Can I have some?

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Do you mean he "rose from the dead" though?

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He was dead and then he came back to life.

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Who's this? Jesus?

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Oh, yeah.

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They killed him on a cross and then they put him in a tomb

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and left him to it, and three days later he was right as rain.

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Bullshit.

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George, yeah. It's her first one so everything's a drama.

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Your girls OK?

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Yeah. Yeah. Still with their mum in Spain so...

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Do you see much of Abi?

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As little as I can.

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Do you think she'll get that pond?

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No. Doubt it.

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What are you doing here on Easter Sunday?

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CATH: Found it!

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Oh, I'm going to head off, Cath.

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Oh, OK, love. Thanks for coming round.

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I should get back to Keith.

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-I hope that's water!

-Yes, it is - sadly...

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-So, what is it you do, Lyn?

-Pauline!

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I work in the library.

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Oh, interesting.

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I once read a book that was 1,000 pages long.

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-Wow. Well done.

-It took me a year.

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Lyn reads tonnes of books, don't you?

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And you'll never beat her at Scrabble.

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She knows all the long words.

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-It's not hard to beat Cathy at Scrabble...

-Oi!

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I'm not sure about long words.

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-No?

-No. I tend to find them inconsequentially homogenous.

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Shall I...

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Thanks.

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Well, very nice to meet you at last.

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Take care of the big fella.

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Oh, you should have seen him when he was 17!

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Funny little thing, he was.

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Oh, Lyn.

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17! When I was 17, I was sleeping with my teachers.

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Let me know when you get back from France.

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France! I love France.

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They've got like four different types of Kronenburg.

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-Was that OK?

-Yes. It was lovely to meet her.

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Your teachers?

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Yes.

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There's no need for it, obviously, but, erm...

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It's actually it's quite nice that you're a bit sort of jealous.

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The only person I'm jealous of is the person I was before I met you.

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The only... Hm.

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The only person she's jealous of is...

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Hey, that's not very nice.

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No, I don't mind doing the front room.

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You need to see your mum at Easter.

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Yeah.

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It's hard to choose between being there for your family

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or being there for your friends.

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That was really deep.

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What, did you get that from a book or...?

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No, I thought of it myself.

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Really?

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I just wanted to do what's best for your mum, you know?

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I know. You're a such a good friend.

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Yeah. So, if you need me to stay or...?

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I mean sometimes, in situations like these,

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you just have to look into your heart and do what feels right.

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You should get these down, mate. They are gold.

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Thanks.

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You got any others?

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Erm...

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If you believe in something, stick to it.

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You may not get there, but the journey will be incredible.

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I don't like that one.

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Before I got with you I didn't know anything.

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Oh, I remember, Derek, don't you worry.

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You taught me everything. The capital cities.

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Which shaped glass to use for which drink.

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It's not squash it's cordial.

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And, also, Weetabix.

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Wash the bowl straightaway

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because the longer you leave it, he worse it gets.

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You've changed my life, darling.

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And I've changed your life...

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-..haven't I?

-Yes, Derek. You certainly have.

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-FRONT DOOR OPENS

-Well, happy Easter, Cathy!

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Oh, Happy Easter.

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-You look nice in that.

-Oh. OK.

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I think you're really pretty.

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Oh, thanks.

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I find it a bit confusing.

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Have a lovely day on your own.

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-I will.

-But if you touch my Easter eggs, I'll kill you.

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THEY LAUGH

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No, seriously. Don't touch my Easter eggs.

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I won't, love.

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No, but, seriously, Cathy. Don't touch my Easter eggs.

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Seriously. Because I'll know.

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OK.

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No, but just, seriously, don't even think about touching them. Please.

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Because I really don't want to get mad at you.

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I promise you I won't go anywhere near your Easter eggs.

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Cool.

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Bye.

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Bye, Mum.

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Bye, love.

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Bye, guys! Enjoy your me-time!

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I will.

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-You forgot these.

-Oh, yeah!

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Oh, please.

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Give it ten years, he'll be knee deep in his secretary.

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-Pauline!

-Not all men are like that.

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The good-looking ones are.

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Well, I've never cheated on anyone.

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-I'm just going to, erm...

-Yes.

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-You all right?

-Yeah.

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-Nice to see Lyn.

-Yeah.

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It's funny really bec...

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One minute.

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-What was funny?

-No, no, I was just thinking - Lyn, a grandma.

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Of all people.

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Yeah.

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Kelly was going to get me a pair.

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Oh, right.

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Did Lyn have much to say?

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-No. Keith was in the car so... And Pauline was being funny.

-Why?

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Derek and Lyn had a little thing, didn't they? Ages ago.

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After you split up with her.

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Oh, they did, they did!

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But that was 40 years ago.

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Oh, I know. Like he'd still have feelings for her after 40 years.

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-Are you going to head off to your mum then?

-Yeah. Yeah. I should.

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Jason and Kelly are going to clear out the room tomorrow.

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Yeah. That's nice of them, isn't it?

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Yeah.

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They're going to a party at Kelly's auntie.

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Do you remember that Easter me and Dave had a big party?

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I do, it got messy.

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I fell asleep there.

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Yeah. I was thinking, though, actually...

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..it was nice of Jason and Kelly to think of us.

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-Oh, very nice.

-Yeah.

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I mean, in fact, you know,

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it was so nice, I was thinking it would be nice if we thought of them.

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-OK.

-And maybe saved them the bother of saving us

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the bother of clearing out the front room.

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But Jason seems very keen on doing it.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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And, obviously, you know if you need to see your sister...

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No, no.

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-If it's a time for families...

-No. They'd just annoy me.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Well, we should do it, then. Save them the bother.

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It's either that or I sit on the sofa and decompose.

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-Do you mind?

-No. No.

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Well, it might be nice, two of us. No-one to get in the way.

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Yeah.

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-Yes, of course!

-Great. Thanks.

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Absolutely. Yes. No problem at all. The more, the merrier.

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-You sure? There was a bit of a silence there.

-No! No. Not at all.

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-Was there?

-No! No!

-We've got to wait for the AA.

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-And I am not getting on a bus.

-You can't expect Pauline

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-to get on a bus.

-If I want to catch a disease,

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I'll get on a bus, but until that day...

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SHE LAUGHS

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So, it's OK if we stay? You didn't have any plans?

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-No. No. No plans at all.

-Great!

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Well, this is going to be a bit of a busman's holiday.

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-I'm not touching anything dusty.

-OK, I'll do all the dusty stuff.

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Steve at work has actually got a dust allergy, so anything dusty...

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

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# Two bottles of 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, 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, oh

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

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It is Easter Sunday and Cathy and Michael have plans to clear the front room together. Jason and Kelly have got other ideas.


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