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Family sitcom. As summer draws to a close, Cathy and Michael see each other for the first time in months. And with Maureen in hospital, Reg anxiously waits for news.


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-It's a country beef stew - whatever that means - with mushrooms and shallots.

-Shallots?

-Yeah.

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And suddenly she's too good for an onion.

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-But I've done you a pork chop.

-What are you having it with?

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-Rice.

-Rice?

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-You seen my phone?

-Yeah, it's on the table.

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-It's not.

-Rice?!

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Yeah, what's wrong with rice?

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Oh, you're kidding me, Cathy.

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Please. Rice?

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-It's there, love.

-Where?

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-It's there.

-Where? Seriously, Mum, it's not here.

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Oh, yeah.

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Can you clear the table for your grandad, love?

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Yeah, yeah.

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You know, I once saw a man who had it with a chicken.

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Are we still talking about rice?

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I mean, it's bad enough killing the thing,

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but then to serve its lovely corpse on a bed of rice...

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It should be banned.

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It's depraved.

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I don't know how you people can eat it.

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-What's he talking about?

-Rice.

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Hm.

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Is he worried about Maureen? Is she OK?

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Yeah, the operation went OK

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-and she's back on the ward having a sleep, so...

-Oh.

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I made her a card.

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Oh...

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..that's lovely, Kelly.

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And how long did you spend on that?

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Ages.

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I got up early this morning to start it

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and then I did it on my lunch break and then I had it by my till

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and then I finished it when I got home this afternoon.

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That's lovely.

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And how easy would it be to sort of, you know, remove or change

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some of those letters?

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Oh! Really hard.

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It's perfect.

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Thanks, Cathy! I'm going to go and make an envelope.

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What time do you want to eat, love?

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I've only got to put the rice on.

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Erm...

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Here, let me do that.

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You've only gotta ask.

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Thanks.

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Well, what time's Michael getting here?

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Erm...

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We're having his mum's pans.

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Didn't he tell you?

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I think his phone hasn't been working, so...

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Well, whenever we eat, we should eat

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when he's not here, cos he'll only get in the way.

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Yeah.

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-Good point.

-Hm.

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Erm...

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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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# 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 will give you shivers

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# But it sure will 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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Oh, hello, Michael.

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Oh, thanks for bringing them.

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Yeah - I'm not stopping, I...

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I enjoyed your speech at your mum's funeral.

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Oh, good.

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Or not enjoyed it, but, like...

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It really darked me out.

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It really put the shits up me.

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All right, mate? It's been a while.

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-Did you get my e-card?

-Yeah.

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-Did you watch it with the sound up?

-Yeah.

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-Thanks.

-It's the least I could do, mate.

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The least I could do.

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Mum! Michael's here!

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Erm, I'm not... I've not come to see your mum, I'm...

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-PHONE RINGS

-Oh, yeah, we've got the flat!

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Oh.

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-Hey.

-Hello.

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Sorry, Kelly asked me to drop some things off...

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Oh, lovely.

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Thanks.

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It's just some of my mum's pots and pans.

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Didn't use them much.

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She got them for half price, off the telly.

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-Is Derek...?

-Yeah.

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Yeah, they're coming for dinner.

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So just put the rice on

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and boiling Reg's peas for ten hours...

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THEY CHUCKLE

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-Thanks for coming to the funeral.

-No, it's...

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I'm sorry I didn't...

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No, you were busy.

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Yeah.

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How have you been? Good summer?

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Yeah, yeah. Yeah.

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But I need to rush off so I'll...

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I'll, I'll call Derek and see when he is, er...

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PHONE CHIMES

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Find out what time he is...

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AUTOMATED: The time is 7:10.

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-Good evening, Cathy.

-How did I do that?

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No idea.

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I'm outside your house.

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Listen.

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HORN TOOTS

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I know. Really funny.

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-Bye.

-It's like being in a zoo...

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-Now, remember, look concerned.

-Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.

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Yeah, but you've got to show it in your eyes, don't just...

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Oh, for God's sake, Derek.

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I'm not going to take instructions from...fucking...

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Hello.

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Hello, come in.

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How's Maureen?

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Yeah.

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She's, erm, she's out, she's just sleeping, so...

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-Reg OK?

-Yeah...

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Oh, that's such a relief.

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I've been so, so worried about those wonderful, wonderful people.

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-She's been inconsolable.

-I've barely slept.

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Well, you both look very nice.

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Oh. Really? Ha.

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-I haven't done anything different.

-No, me neither.

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Oh, wow, look at you two.

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-You've made an effort.

-Yeah.

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That's what I've just said.

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Honestly, I don't know what you're talking about.

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No. I always dress like this on a Wednesday.

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-"Made an effort"!

-Ha! No.

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Not at all.

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Oh, hi, guys, how was your meeting with Pauline's ex-husband?

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Why do you know about that?

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I follow Derek on Twitter.

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It's nice for people to know what I'm up to.

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That looked like a nice cup of tea this morning.

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Yeah, it was. It was lovely.

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And really nice of you

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to send your thoughts to the victims of the earthquake.

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It's important they know I'm thinking of them.

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Is Michael here?

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-Yeah, he's in the kitchen.

-Great.

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Why are we seeing Michael?

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-Derek?

-Mum! Do you see my shirt?! I just chucked it down!

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Erm! Yeah! Oh, there it is!

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Would you mind giving it another iron for tomorrow?

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-It's been on the floor.

-No, I'd love to!

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Thanks!

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-This is the toaster.

-Oh, yeah, nice, that's a nice one.

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Sorry, Derek, take me through this.

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We're having Michael's dead mother's toaster?

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It does four bits.

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It's a dead woman's toaster.

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WHISPERS: It was a Best Buy on Which.

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I don't know what you're saying.

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It's Best Buy on Which.

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I only got it for her last Christmas.

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Are we paying him?

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What else you got?

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-So, back to work next week.

-Yeah.

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Would you say - in your opinion -

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that you've made the most of your summer holidays?

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No, love, probably not.

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You should've gone to Laserquest.

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That's true...

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Is it worse being alone in the summer

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than being alone in the winter?

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It can be. Yeah.

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The days are a lot longer, aren't they?

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Yeah.

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Though...

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Little fact.

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The days are actually the same length in the summer

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as they are in the winter, in terms of hours.

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It's just the amount of daylight in the summer

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that makes the days seem longer.

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Oh, OK.

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Yeah. Little fact.

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I bought a lamp.

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Oh, it's lovely.

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It's shabby chic.

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-Do you like shabby chic?

-Yeah.

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-Got a load of it in our shed.

-Have you?

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Let us know if there's anything else you want to get rid of.

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Yeah, well, you know, there's tons of cups, plates, cutlery.

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-Oh, great, well we'll definitely...

-Derek.

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Is it all right if I see Michael to his car?

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Whatever.

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I think that's a yes.

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Sorry, she's, er...

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She's really picky about what she eats off.

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It can't be made of plastic or paper and she's got these rules

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about what meals she will and won't eat from a bowl.

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You got that place in Spain yet?

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-How was it?

-It was good.

-Watch that.

-Yeah.

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I can say his name now and everything.

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Geoff.

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See?

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-Well done, mate.

-Geoff.

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"Pauline's husband, soon to be ex-husband, Geoff".

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Easy. No, it was good.

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I wore these.

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-Make me look clever.

-Oh, yeah.

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Waistcoat, obviously.

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I shook his hand.

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I chatted to his lawyer's assistant.

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And I managed to get through the whole meeting without crying,

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or not crying but, like, having to quickly

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get up and leave the room and cry.

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I'm really pleased to hear it, mate. And you look great, so...

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Oh. Thanks, mate.

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Yeah. I do my best. I do my best.

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LAUGHTER

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What am I, an eight? A nine?

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LAUGHTER

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Which?

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Nine. Definitely.

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Yeah.

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Yeah. I mean, I know I'm not a ten.

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She's in hospital, you see.

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Yes, I know.

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It's terrible.

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She hasn't been the same since our David died.

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Mmm.

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It's very close tonight, isn't it?

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She won't talk about it.

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But you can see that her mind takes her somewhere

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and it's hard to get her back.

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What a pickle.

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I think she's spent the past couple of years trying not to

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think about it...but you have to, don't you, eventually?

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I remember when I met her.

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I'd just seen Frankie Laine at the Palladium...

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You seen the, er...?

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Yeah. I'm just going to clear it up.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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You all right, Uncle Derek?

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Yeah.

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I just thought of something funny I could have said to your mum

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about the dog poo. Wondering if I should go back and say it?

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It's too late, mate.

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Really?

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Yeah.

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You're right.

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The moment's gone.

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It has, you're right.

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This always happens.

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-I'm actually a lot funnier than anybody knows.

-You coming up?

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Yeah, yeah. I need a massive slash.

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Eugh.

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Well, thanks for helping me scrape shit off my drive.

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No, it's a pleasure.

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Right, well, better let you get on.

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-I've got to get back to mine, lots to do.

-Oh, I bet, yeah.

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Me too. Really busy.

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Yeah.

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Well, it was nice to see you.

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Yeah, you too.

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You had any problems with your phone?

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Erm. No,

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I don't think so.

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Oh, erm...

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No...eh...

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-I think what happened was my credit ran out...

-Oh.

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..and so things that were meant to come through didn't,

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and I've just not been able to reply to them.

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Or maybe I missed some calls...

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The girls, er, stayed on after the funeral.

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Yeah, it was nice.

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And...their mum's new fella came over.

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How was he?

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-Really, really handsome.

-Was he?

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Beautiful.

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Physically fit.

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About the same age as her.

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-Dresses well.

-Oh.

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So, a lot like you, then.

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Oh, she could barely tell us apart.

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Did you have a good summer?

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Oh, yeah, it's been crazy.

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Kelly's taken me to Westfield - eight times.

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Got the paddling pool out,

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sat in that for a while, till I realised how sad it was.

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What else have I done?

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Sorted out few of my kitchen cupboards,

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defrosted the freezer, went to IKEA to buy a box,

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and ended up spending 200 quid... Oh, and the other day

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I went round the house and sprayed WD-40 on all of my hinges.

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Living the dream!

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Oh, yeah. No, it was OK, really.

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Had a nice trip to Southend... Erm...

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Yeah.

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We went to Robin's. For pie and mash.

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-Oh, did you?

-Yeah. It's still there.

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Right, well, I'd better go before the dump shuts.

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Yeah, I'd better go and check on the rice.

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Yeah.

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Unless you wanted to stay and have something to eat? There's plenty...

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No, no. I've got some stuff in the freezer.

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Lasagne or carbonara.

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They all taste the same, so...

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Yeah.

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Are you getting a place in Spain?

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Yeah. Thinking about it.

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If we can sell my mum's place.

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Means I can pop over and see the girls more...

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..now that there's nothing to keep me here.

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Enjoy your dinner.

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You should get a contract for your phone.

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It works out cheaper.

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Ah, it means going in to one of those stupid shops

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and talking to a 20-year-old that treats me like I'm brain-dead.

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-By the entrance?

-Yeah.

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You take all the fresh bread, put it by the entrance,

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and then imagine the smell when you go in.

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Everyone would buy bread.

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You see?

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Dinner's ready!

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Coming!

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Oh, yeah, that was it.

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We need to pay the deposit tonight and the first month's rent.

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Oh, that's true. Yeah.

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We don't want to lose the flat.

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No way.

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Your mum liked the lamp.

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Great.

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BELL RINGS

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-Can somebody get that?!

-Can somebody get that?!

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Sorry, what is it exactly that we're eating?

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It's a country beef stew - whatever that means -

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with shallots and mushrooms...

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-Shallots?

-Yeah.

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Well done.

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Thanks.

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-You all right, Michael?

-Yeah.

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-Yeah. You?

-Yeah.

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-I bought a lamp.

-Oh, great.

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Yeah.

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All it was, it was very simple.

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She made me laugh.

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-Maureen.

-Oh, yeah.

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-Yeah, lovely.

-A funny woman.

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They're like hen's teeth.

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I must say, I've never met one.

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The only thing I'd change about her - and I'd say this probably

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goes for all women - I'd have had her a little more obedient.

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Yeah... Isn't it?

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Sure.

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5, 10%.

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Nothing too cringeworthy.

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-Just a little bit more manageable.

-Yeah. No, I totally get that.

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The smell of them.

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The fingernails.

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I mean, I laugh because they're men and that's what we do,

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but inside I'm just full of loathing.

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-Hello, darling.

-Hello...

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What is this - a meeting of the coven?

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HE LAUGHS

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Mwah!

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I thought you were going down the dump.

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Yeah. I just thought I'd check

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if you wanted any of her stuff before I get rid of it.

0:18:430:18:45

Oh, OK.

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What you got?

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Oh, er...bits of old carpet.

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Oh, erm, a little hostess trolley.

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It doesn't work.

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Her bin.

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I'm OK, actually.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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Well, I just thought I'd check.

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Right, well, I'll just take it down to the dump.

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Thanks, though.

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No, no, no.

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He's made up that woman, babe.

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Don't change the subject, babe.

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I'm just going to hang these up, if you want to...

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We are getting a flat, I bought a lamp for it.

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You're avoiding, babe. This is classic avoidance.

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OK.

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Let's watch the film.

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I'm sorry, but why can't I talk about the fact

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I'm moving into a flat with the man I love?

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Can we watch the film?

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This is stupid, babe.

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You need to address, basically, what the fundamental issues are

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on your emotional wavelength.

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TURNS ON ACTION FILM

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It's just..

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It's just, it's difficult for me, isn't it?

0:20:240:20:28

Yeah?

0:20:310:20:32

-Yeah.

-Why?

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TURNS FILM OFF

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Because...

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..you've gotta think about my mum coming back here on her own.

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And, like, living here,

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it's like my dad's still with me, sort of.

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And it's not going to be like that if we move and stuff.

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So it's not like all that simple actually as just moving out

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because I love you or lamps or anything.

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Oh, babe...

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I want to watch the film.

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TURNS FILM ON

0:21:200:21:22

Hm, Geoff just texted to say he liked your glasses.

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THEY CHUCKLE

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You, er...

0:21:350:21:37

Viresh said you shouldn't be texting him.

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And, er, to be honest, I don't really like it all that much either.

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Sorry.

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That's OK.

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Oh, Christ...

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And there was me thinking you were dead.

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LAUGHTER DOWN PHONE

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I'll...I'll cancel the party.

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Yeah, well, I will be soon, and then I'll haunt you.

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You bloody would, as well. You bloody would haunt me.

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I will. I'll scare the fuck out of you.

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I still won't get a moment's peace.

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Even when you're dead, you'll be making my life a misery.

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I'll be hovering at the end of the bed.

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I wouldn't put it past you.

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I'll wake up in the night, I'll see you

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hovering at the end of the bed

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and I'll say, "Oh, God, she's still here.

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"There's no escape."

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I've bet you've been worried.

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Of course I wasn't worried!

0:22:350:22:37

SHE LAUGHS

0:22:370:22:38

It takes more than that to kill you.

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I should know.

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I've been trying for years.

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LAUGHTER

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-New chairs?

-Oh, yeah. I found a place in Harlow.

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You know, I was thinking - I've probably missed the dump now.

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I thought maybe I should just stay for dinner,

0:23:120:23:14

-if that's all right?

-Yeah.

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No, I just thought, you know, it smells, smells nice,

0:23:190:23:22

it would be nice to have some stew - catch up with everybody.

0:23:220:23:26

Only a frozen meal at home. It'll keep.

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They're disgusting, really.

0:23:350:23:37

They're actually really incredibly hard to eat.

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You have to cover them in ketchup...

0:23:400:23:42

PHONE RINGS

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Yeah, of course, help yourself.

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-There's rice.

-Thanks.

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-Everything OK?

-Yeah, it's lovely.

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Mm. It just looks so delicious, Cathy.

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Oh, good.

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Really, really fantastic cooking.

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That was good.

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Just got to give it a bit more in the eyes.

0:25:010:25:04

I was giving it in the eyes, Derek.

0:25:040:25:06

Incredibly genuine...

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BACKGROUND CHATTER

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# I got my ticket for the long way round

0:25:320:25:35

# Two bottle whisky for the way

0:25:350:25:38

# And I sure would like

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# Some sweet company

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# And I'm leaving tomorrow

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# What do you say?

0:25:440:25:46

# When I'm gone

0:25:460:25:48

# 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

0:25:530:25:55

# You're gonna miss me everywhere

0:25:550:25:57

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

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