Dancing Not Going Out


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Sitcom. Lucy and Tim are distraught. Their parents' thirty-year marriage is at an end, and their father has moved out of the family home... And into Lee's bedroom.


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# Yeah, not going out

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# Not staying in

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# Just hanging around with my head in a spin

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# But there is no need to scream and shout

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# We're not going out

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# We are not going out. #

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Oh, don't worry, Lucy.

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My mum used to say that tears were like Elton John -

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much better once they were out.

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-Because he wasn't always a homose...

-We got it!

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DOOR OPENS

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# I'm on my way from misery to happiness today

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# Ah-ha, ah-ha, ah-ha, ah-ha

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# I'm on my way from misery to happiness today

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# Ah-ha, ah-ha, ah-ha, ah-ha

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# I'm on my way from what I want... #

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It's The Proclaimers.

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I thought it'd get a laugh.

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Jedward?

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What's going on?

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-Can we talk about it in the morning?

-What, you mean...

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# When I wake up...? #

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What's happened?

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-It's Tim and Lucy's parents. They're thinking about splitting up.

-Why?

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We don't know. They won't discuss it.

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That's why I've invited Dad over to try and get to the bottom of it.

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-You've done what?! Don't get involved, Lucy, They'll be fine.

-Fine? They're splitting up, Tim!

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Don't say that! Why have you got to ruin everything?

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-This is like when you were five. "There's no tooth fairy, Tim!"

-Aren't you ten years older?

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I was a late developer, all right?

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Typical! First sign of trouble and you're like an ostrich, burying your head in the sand.

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That's a myth. Ostriches don't bury their heads in the sand.

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What do they do? Stand around with gawping faces

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while more grown-up birds take responsibility for mending the nest?

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Doubt it. They probably just fly off, don't they?

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Dad's on his way, and we'd have a better chance of him opening if you and Daisy weren't here.

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Do you not think you're overreacting a bit?

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What?!

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My mum and dad split up when I was a kid.

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I survived, moved on, became a well-adjusted, rounded adult.

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SHE SOBS

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Go! Just get out!

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Come on, Daisy. I know when I'm not wanted.

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Yeah, days that end in a "Y".

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Oh that's today - Friday!

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Sure you won't don't want a drink?

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No, thanks. Drinking makes me thirsty.

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Lucy wasn't very happy with you, was she?

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-The problem with Lucy, she let's her heart rule her head.

-I'm like that.

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Yeah, well, in your case, it's probably best to leave something else in charge.

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You should try making it up to her.

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-How?

-Well, the quickest way to a woman's heart is to do a thoughtful, unselfish, considerate act.

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What's the next quickest way?

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-Anyway, what do you mean, to her heart?

-You know what I mean!

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-No, I don't.

-You want to be with Lucy, but you can't, because she's out of your league.

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-They said that about Blackpool.

-Who did?

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-I don't know.

-Come on, who said it?

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-Do you know what I'm talking about when I say Blackpool?

-No...

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But you want to know who said it?

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It's more important to know who's talking than what they are saying.

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-No, it's not.

-I overheard John Malkovich talking about Blackpool once.

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-John Malkovich?!

-See?

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You didn't say, "Blackpool?!" You said, "John Malkovich?!"

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You were more worried about who said it, not what was said.

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The point is...

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..they said Blackpool Football Club wouldn't make the Premiership, and guess what happened?

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They beat Cardiff 3-2 in the play-off final.

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-How do you know that?

-I told you, I heard John Malkovich talking about it on Match Of The Day.

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Do you mean John Motson?

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No, John Motson's the actor.

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You know, he was in that film, Being John Malkovich...

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It's a pity that there isn't a way for you to help Lucy's parents get back together.

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That would be a pretty good way to Lucy's heart.

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Psst!

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-Psst!

-I think your brain's got a puncture.

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I know something you don't know.

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You're not going to tell me Jimmy Krankie isn't a real boy again?

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Tim's mum told me what the problem was.

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She made me swear not to tell another human being, but I can tell you.

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She's sick of Geoffrey being so controlling.

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Apparently, she wanted to go ballroom dancing recently, and he wouldn't let her.

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All this over ballroom dancing?

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Exactly. Maybe you should have a little talk with Lucy's dad, make him see sense.

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I'm sure Lucy would be very grateful...

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You'd soon be like Blackpool then!

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Getting lots of top-flight action.

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-I mean sex.

-I got it!

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So, are you are you going to talk to him,

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-convince him to stop being the one who always has to wear the trousers?

-Is the Pope a Catholic?

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-He is a Catholic.

-Right.

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Lucy might be right - you might feel better if you told us what was going on.

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The last time you wanted to talk about adult things was when you asked me the facts of life,

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and what happened then?

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That's right, you were sick.

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I'd had a dodgy pint.

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-Dad...

-For the last time, I'm not discussing it.

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-What were you told about staying out?

-Argh!

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What were you told about not letting your dog on the sofa?

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I agree with you, Dad. This is just between you and Mum, but you still need to sort it out.

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What have you done with my girlfriend?

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I left her in the pub on the fruit machine - told her it would count towards her five-a-day.

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Sorry to hear you and Wendy are having problems, Geoffrey.

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Women, eh?

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Can't live with 'em, can't...bloody get one.

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Chalk and cheese, aren't we, men and women?

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Women are the cheese - fragrant, luxurious, need to be savoured...

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But they're also complex...

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and...blue and...veiny.

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And men are the chalk -

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happy to just...stay at home and not go ballroom dancing.

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Who told you about that?

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Oh, a little bird. Well, headless chicken.

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Ballroom dancing. It's ridiculous, I blame bloody Bruce Forsyth.

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The thing is, Geoffrey, it's all about compromise.

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My dad's favourite saying was, "When it comes to relationships,

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"you can either choose to be right or you can choose to be happy." Actually, that's not true.

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His favourite saying was, "Get me 20 Silk Cut, and if they ask for ID, say you've got dwarfism."

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But the point is, sometimes in life, you've just got to choose between those two things.

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-Still here, Lee?

-Actually, Lee and I having been having a nice chat, as it goes.

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-Really?

-Yes, it has been very enlightening.

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Talk about not judging a book by its cover.

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What, even if the title's I'm From The North, I'm Clueless And I Stink?

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He's actually been very insightful.

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The cue for the thank-you hug starts here.

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I may even throw in a free kiss at no extra charge.

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-He's made me put a few things into perspective.

-Cashier number five, please!

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Sorry, madam, I'm going to have to weigh those first.

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Too much.

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He's made me see there's really only one choice.

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-You're going to patch things up with Mum?

-No.

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-I'm going to pack my bags and move in here for a while. Make a clean break from your mother.

-What?!

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You made some very salient points.

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But I'm from the North, and I'm clueless...and I stink.

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What did he say this time?

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He said, in a relationship, you can either choose to be right or choose to be happy.

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And I like being right more than I like being happy.

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In fact, I'm almost never happy, but I'm always right.

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I'll take your room for a while, Lee. You can have the sofa.

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I'll go and pack my bags.

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Why's your face gone on screensaver?

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Morning!

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Ohh... What time is it?

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-Six o'clock.

-Has the Queen died?

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Well, you know what they say about early birds and worms.

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Always get out of bed early if you're going out with a bird with worms.

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Look, Geoffrey, I don't know exactly what's going on between you and Wendy,

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-but you're not going to find the answers in my bedroom.

-No, but I did find some other things.

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I'll make us coffee.

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You're up early.

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I'm assuming your dad woke you up as well.

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Am I getting the silent treatment?

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You're not very good at whistling, are you?

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It's me that's suffering here. I'm having to sleep on the sofa.

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I'm having to witness the breakdown of my parents' 40-year-old marriage

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whilst I cry myself to sleep at night about the future of my family.

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All right, 1-1.

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-Anyway, I wouldn't worry about having to sleep on the sofa for much longer.

-What?

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Three people, two bedrooms - you do the maths, Lee.

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All right, but if you keep me awake with your snoring, you're on the bathroom floor.

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-You're throwing me out?

-It gives me no pleasure to say it,

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but if they don't get back together, it looks like I'll have to.

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Actually, it gave me a bit of pleasure.

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Have you or Lucy tried talking to your mum about this?

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-Of course, but Mum's worse than Dad, it's like trying to get blood out a stone.

-Let me do it.

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-Do what?

-Go round to your mum's and squeeze her so the blood comes out.

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Haven't you done enough damage?

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Trust me, I can do more. I mean, to help.

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-Who knows? The problem may lie with your mum.

-The problem does lie with my mum.

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In her bed. He's called Dad!

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Then let me lie with her...

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Talk to her!

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Come on, Tim. I'm going to get thrown out. Give me a chance.

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-Think about it, she might open up to me. We're not the same blood.

-You're not the same species.

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-OK, you can go.

-Thanks.

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Like you say, I suppose she might open up to a non-family member.

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Just don't muck this up.

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At least I'm showing concern. Were you there for me when me mum split up with her last boyfriend?

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She'd only been with him for three weeks.

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He was like a dad to me.

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He got drunk all the time and tried to sleep with your aunty.

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Exactly, just like me dad.

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Thanks for the...gift.

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Never tasted...Thunderbird before.

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17.5%!

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I know. And there was a bottle of Chablis for five times the price, that was only 12%.

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I will never understand it.

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Ooh, cheeky.

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It's got a sort of...oaky...cokey...

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Ah, that's what it's all about.

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Look, Wendy...

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I know this isn't really any of my business,

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but don't you think you should meet up with Geoffrey and talk about things?

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It's not that easy. There's...issues.

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Carry on.

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What you have to remember is that when I married Geoffrey I was only 20.

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He was already 40. That's a big age gap.

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And is the age gap still the same?

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I mean, is it still a problem?

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He certainly doesn't want to go dancing with me.

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Is it really worth all this heartache just for a bit of ballroom dancing?

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It's not that simple.

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You see, I've got this...friend.

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Right...

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A friend. Don't worry, I understand.

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Do you?

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Yes. I once had a FRIEND,

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and my FRIEND was worried

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because he had warts on his...

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..but when he had the courage to go to the doctor and talk about it,

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my FRIEND's problem was resolved.

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I'm not talking about me, I'm talking about my friend Janet.

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I know.

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Funny enough, that was my friend's name, too.

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Anyway, my friend Janet went to the dancing first, and she loved it.

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She was getting dancing lessons from an Italian instructor called Bruno.

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Let's just say she was enjoying her sessions with the instructor too much.

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-You don't just mean he was giving her dance instructions, do you?

-Not per se.

-I know - Bruno.

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Anyway, it got me thinking about things.

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Do you know, in my entire life, I've never been with another man,

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and Geoffrey doesn't seem to want to know these days.

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Oh, too much.

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To be honest, Geoffrey and I haven't...

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danced for a long, long time.

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So, what are you going to do?

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I like sex, Lee.

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I enjoy sex!

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So do I, it's very...pleasant.

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I'm even happy to do it on my own sometimes.

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Well, my flesh needs to be touched and caressed by another friend!

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You know if you give yourself a dead arm first...

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-So, you're leaving Geoffrey?

-I don't know.

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What I do know is that Janet's marriage seemed to be helped by her affair.

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She was getting satisfaction elsewhere. It made her more content at home.

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Maybe I'd be the same if I, you know, could...dance...

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..even if it was just once...

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with another man.

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Right, I'd better get going.

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Oh, so early?

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Yes, I've got to go and see my friend Janet.

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The warts have spread to his breasts.

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Well, did you see her?

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-Who?

-Princess Michael of Kent - who do you think(?)

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Funny name, isn't it, Princess Michael?

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Never quite sure if it's a man or a woman.

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You know, like, Queen...Dave II.

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-Did you see my mum, or not?

-Yeah.

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Did she talk about Dad?

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Er, yes, I think she did mention him.

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What did she say about me?

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-Well, she sort of said...

-Oh, for Christ's sake man, just give it to me.

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Yeah, that pretty much summarises it.

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Oh, just say it, Lee!

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Do you not think we should talk in private, Lucy?

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If you don't start talking, I might have to bring out what I found in your bedroom.

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The women in those magazines looked very odd with Lorraine Kelly's face stuck over theirs.

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Start talking, for God's sake, man.

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OK, if you want to know, she said she might be able to find a way in which she can be content again.

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How?

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Right, this isn't easy...

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but she said she wants to...

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..dance with another man.

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She wants... She wants to dance?!

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She wants to dance.

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With another man?

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With another man.

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Honestly?

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Honestly.

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Sorry, are you having an English lesson?

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Over my dead body. You start dancing with another man,

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-then he's holding her too tightly and getting ideas!

-Exactly.

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When I say dance, I mean...

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..dance.

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I'm sure you did. I'm sure that's all she means, too.

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But how do you know it won't lead to something more?

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-She does want more.

-Oh, I get it.

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You mean like a samba?

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-Something where they really get hold of each other.

-What?!

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-Yes, but we all know where that could lead, don't we?

-Do you know, I'm not sure you do.

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Are you both mad?

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Can't you see what Lee's saying?

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It is more than just dancing.

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Welcome to the Cotton-On Nightclub.

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This is about Mum's freedom.

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All she wants to do is have an innocent dance with another man, and you two are making it all sordid.

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Sorry, love, you can't come in, no jeans.

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Can't you see that letting her do this would symbolise a loosening of control, which is the problem?

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-Not a chance.

-For God's sake, Dad, what's the matter? It's one bloody dance!

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I'll dance with you in a minute, young lady.

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Please, let's not make this any more complicated.

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Where's everyone gone?

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-Your dad and Tim went for a walk, they wanted to clear their heads.

-What about Daisy?

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She went too. Can't help thinking her head's clear enough as it is.

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-Everything's going to work out for the best.

-Do you know any other cliches?

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Just Gael. Gael Clichy, plays left-back for Arsenal.

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I must be depressed. I'm usually on the floor when you do your jokes about the Arsenal back four.

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Want to hear the one about David Seaman being transferred to Cockermouth?

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-Thanks.

-What for?

-For making the effort with my mum.

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-It's OK.

-At least she got it off her chest.

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Funnily enough, that's the punch-line to the David Seaman joke.

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I just wish Dad and Tim would see that one dance isn't going to kill anybody.

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Lucy, trust me, you can't allow your mum to dance with another man.

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-Yes, we can.

->

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Tim and I have been having a chat. After long deliberation, we think you're right, Lucy.

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-We need to encourage your mum to have this dance if it's so important to her.

-That's great!

-Hang on.

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Dad's right. If there's even a small chance of saving their marriage, we have to do it.

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It's important Mum gets everything she's looking for, even if I have to give it to her myself.

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No, that's no good, Tim. I have to approach this with a new attitude of respect and freedom.

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It can't be you, it has to be a man.

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I mean, another man to dance with, not you.

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-But it still needs to be someone that we know and trust.

-Yes, but the question is, who?

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Please tell me there's someone stood behind me.

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I can't dance with your mother.

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Oh, don't be modest. I've seen you dancing on your own in your bedroom.

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Right, well, that's decided, then.

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-Lee can ask Wendy to go dancing.

-Do I get any say in this?

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What's your problem? All we want you to do is give my mum a dance. It can be a really quick one.

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Please stop!

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Lee, this could solve everything. Mum could see that Dad's loosening control

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-and you get your room back without being thrown out. Why are you being so selfish?

-Fine!

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You want me to dance with your mother, I'll dance with your mother.

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In fact, I'll foxtrot her brains out.

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Why do I have to wear your suit? I look like an idiot.

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Don't be silly, you look like James Bond.

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The name's Head, Knobhead.

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It's important you look the part.

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Oh, I look a part, all right.

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The part that's being squeezed to death in these trousers.

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Whoever called it ballroom dancing obviously wasn't wearing these kecks.

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Please make an effort. I know it's not your thing,

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but if she wants to show you something, just do it - all the different moves and positions.

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And here...take my car. I want you to drive her home in style.

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-Just don't leave a mess on the back seat.

-What?

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I know what you're like for chucking empty wrappers.

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What kind of wrappers?

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Mars Bars?

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Right.

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Right, we'll leave to you carry on getting ready.

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Are you sure about this? It's not too late to call this off.

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What do I know about ballroom dancing? What will we say?

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Throw in a few key words - that'll keep Wendy happy. Do you know Ginger Rogers?

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-To be honest, I didn't even know Wendy was ginger.

-What?

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Nothing.

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You look nice. How are you feeling?

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-Not very nice.

-I know you're nervous.

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-Think of it as a date.

-Ooh, let's not.

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-Lucy, this is stupid. I can't even dance.

-Oh, it'll be fine.

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You know what Mum's like. She loves teaching people new things. It empowers her.

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With Dad, she's always having to be submissive, but this will give her a chance to be on top.

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I am trapped in a Carry On film nightmare and I can't wake up.

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Come on, it's easy, I'll show you.

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What are you doing?

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I'm going to teach you a thing or two, then you can work your magic on my mum.

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Right, first things first - a man leads.

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I've got a dog lead - can we improvise?

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That's a funny image - you on all fours with my mum rubbing...

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-Can we just get on with it, please?

-Ready?

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MUSIC PLAYS

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See? It's easy. It's like riding a bike.

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I fell off a bike when I was a kid and broke both me legs.

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I doubt tonight will result in two broken legs.

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Mmm, famous last words.

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And don't forget, it's what you do after the dance that really counts.

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How do you mean?

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You've got to dip her.

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What?

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Catch.

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Wow! That's great!

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Who knows, when you finish with Mum, I might even let you dance with me.

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Sorry.

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Ooh, how lovely, shampoo!

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Well, you're worth it.

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I hope you're not trying to get me drunk.

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No, I'm not.

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To be honest, I'm already slightly merry.

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I had a bit more of that Thunderbird before I came out.

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It's a naughty little thing, isn't it?

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Yes, very naughty.

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I'll have to punish it later by using it to unblock the toilet again.

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MUSIC STOPS, APPLAUSE

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Are you ready to lose your virginity?

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Well, I... What?

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You'll have to excuse me, I've got two left feet.

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That's ones mine, the other belongs to Daniel Day-Lewis.

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Ssh!

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Just go with the flow.

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-It's difficult to get any sort of flow going in these trousers.

-We don't want that, do we?

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Shall I tell you a little secret?

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Oh, my head's all full of little secrets. I don't think it could handle another.

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The trick is not to wear underwear.

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It frees you up.

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I'm not wearing any knickers.

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Oh, for the love of God!

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How's your dip?

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Not great, but I'm willing to give it a try.

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Well, I'm certainly up for it, if you are.

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That was fantastic!

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I think you're ready to move up to the next level, don't you?

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APPLAUSE

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-Geoffrey, what are you doing?

-I'm sorry, Wendy.

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I thought I could stand by and watch another man dance with you, but I can't. Come on, darling.

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I've got some making-up to do.

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Geoffrey, that was amazing.

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Trust me, it doesn't end there.

0:26:570:26:59

Let's get you home, young lady.

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I reckon you're in there, son.

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You know she's not wearing any knickers?

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Well, at least it looks like Mum and Dad are going to be fine now.

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-Well done.

-That's all right.

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I was much happier taking one for the team than giving one.

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What?

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Nothing.

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-You know, Mum wanted to thank you herself, but she's a bit tied up.

-Ooh, go, Geoffrey.

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Thanks, Lee.

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-Mum said you were making some pretty fancy moves on that dance floor.

-Did she?

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Maybe you could show me a few moves when you're feeling better. I wouldn't mind seeing you in action.

0:27:470:27:53

-I've heard you've got a pretty impressive mambo.

-You know what?

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I've had enough of all this innuendo. It causes too much confusion and pain.

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Why don't we just have sexual intercourse?

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-Cheeky.

-Ooh!

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# Yeah, not going out

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# Not staying in

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# Just hanging around with my head in a spin

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# But there is no need to scream and shout

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# We're not going out

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# We are not going out. #

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