Hot Tub Not Going Out


Hot Tub

Sitcom. Lee and Lucy play hot tub fantasy date with Anna and Toby, causing them to end up in hot water.


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# We're 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 # We are not going out. #

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Thank you, Lucy, that was delicious.

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Pleasure. It's just nice to cook a proper meal for adults.

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The kids are such fussy eaters.

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Yes, Anna, how was your gluten-free, non-lactose, low-carb,

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-organic salad?

-Toby's jealous because I listen to my body.

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I have to listen to Lee's body all the time.

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Mummy, I weed the bed.

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Oh, good, the after-dinner speaker's arrived.

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Well, are you going to sort it out?

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She said, "Mummy, I've weed the bed."

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It was me that did it last time.

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I know, and I had to clean it up.

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Mummy!

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Coming!

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Typical. Toby doesn't do anything at home, either.

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Sorry?

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Oh, come on!

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Every time Jack makes a mess it's always me

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who has to tell the nanny to pick it up.

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You're too busy gallivanting with your celebrity friends.

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Have you told Lee who you had dinner with last night?

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Who?

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Who is the last person you can imagine Toby enjoying a night out with?

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Don't say it.

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Emma Bunton.

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As in Spice Girl Emma Bunton?

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Yeah, the more famous pop rivet welder Emma Bunton wasn't available.

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How come?

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Cos a new steel factory in Rotherham required her services.

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We're doing some fundraising for a new wing at the hospital.

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She's become a patron of the charity.

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She's very nice, actually.

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I know she's very nice. You don't have to tell me.

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She was always the sexiest Spice Girl.

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She's just so...feminine.

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They were all feminine.

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Come on! Two of them are called Mel and the other two are Vic and Geri.

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They'd have been a darts team if it wasn't for Emma.

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She's amazing. You know what I'm talking about, right?

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You're met her.

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I suppose so. She's not really my type.

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That's true. You usually go for posh and scary.

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Are we to take it that Emma Bunton is your hot tub fantasy date, Lee?

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Oh, here we go.

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Oh, stop being so boring.

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It's only a bit of harmless fun.

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So, the way it works is you get to choose one celebrity

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to spend a fantasy evening with in a hot tub.

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So, for me it would be Tom Hardy.

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I thought it was Brad Pitt.

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It was Brad Pitt. Now it's Tom Hardy.

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Just me and Tom and a bottle of bubbly.

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Oh, and maybe I'd need some handcuffs.

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You'd definitely need some handcuffs,

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or at the very least something to sedate him.

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Toby's just jealous because every time we play I'm always able

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to think of new exciting people,

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and he always says the same boring old answer.

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Who?

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I find this whole game rather distasteful, to be honest.

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-Come on. Who?

-There's something rather tawdry...

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Tell him.

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Susie Dent from Countdown's Dictionary Corner.

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Nothing untoward.

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Just a bit of stimulating chat.

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You're supposed to be having sex with her, Toby.

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Actually, as a medical professional,

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I would advise strongly against having intercourse in a hot tub.

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It's a breeding ground for Legionnaires' disease.

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Well, I wouldn't waste any time chatting with Tom Hardy,

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let me tell you.

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Oh, he doesn't know what he's missing.

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I bet Lee wouldn't be talking to Emma Bunton.

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Damn right we wouldn't be talking.

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And if we were, it'd just be sweet nothings and romantic small talk.

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There's a pile of wet sheets in the bath.

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They stink of pee and so does Molly.

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And I'm back in the room.

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We've just been playing a game with Lee.

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You pick someone to have a romantic evening in a hot tub with,

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and it's your turn.

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Oh! Who did you pick?

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You first.

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Well, obviously me first, but who after me?

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Come on. Who? I won't be offended.

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It's just a game.

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Um... Well, I suppose if I have to say, then I would pick...

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..Michael Lorenzo.

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Who?

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Oh, you won't know him. He's my dentist.

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Can't choose your dentist.

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Why not?

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It's supposed to be a celebrity.

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Oh.

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Mine would be Hugh Jackman.

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You just said Tom Hardy!

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And now I'm saying Hugh Jackman.

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It doesn't mean Tom Hardy has to get out.

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So who did you choose?

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Emma Bunton.

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Oh, good choice. She's a very attractive woman.

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Oh, yeah, it's easy to be unbothered when it's someone famous.

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-You'd feel differently if it was someone I knew.

-No, I wouldn't.

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All right, I want to change my mind. Forget Emma Bunton.

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I want to spend the night in a hot tub with...Anna.

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You'd be lucky to find any room.

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So what does he look like, then?

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Who?

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You know who.

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Oh, I don't know. Like a dentist.

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Bit older than me. Grey hair.

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The boyfriend you had before me was older with grey hair,

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and you fancied him.

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I'm just saying you should have chosen a celebrity.

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OK, fine.

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I'd love to lie naked in a hot tub with George Clooney.

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Then we can dry off and he can give me both barrels

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on a rug in front of a fire in an isolated crofter's cottage

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in the Highlands, pushing my buttons like I'm an espresso machine.

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Happy now?

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Interesting. Clooney. Older. Grey hair.

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Just like your dentist.

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Only you don't go and see George Clooney all the time.

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I have to go and see my dentist.

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It's called a check-up.

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Oh, come on. Who goes for a check-up every six months?

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The hell has got into you?

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I'm completely fine about you choosing Emma Bunting.

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It's Bunton, not Bunting.

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She's a Spice Girl, not a street party.

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And that is completely different because I've never met her.

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Don't look at me like that.

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I know loads of blokes who wouldn't be happy about their wife

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fantasising about seeing their dentist.

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I do not. I sometimes fantasise about you seeing the dentist.

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Well, I might just do that. Check him out for myself.

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-I'm going to book an appointment first thing in the morning.

-Fine.

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And while you're at it, I've also got

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a crush on the gym owner and anyone who trims nasal hair.

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< Mind how you go.

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You can book your next check-up at reception.

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Thank you.

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Hello. Come on in.

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Thanks.

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Make yourself comfortable.

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HE BURPS

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I'm so sorry. How embarrassing.

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It's fine. It's really, really, really fine.

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I apologise for the aroma.

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I'm not allowed to eat garlic at home.

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My boyfriend hates it.

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You know what?

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I'm not usually keen on coming to the dentist, but I like you.

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Thank you.

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But I'm afraid you won't actually be seeing me today.

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I was just filling in for his last patient.

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You'll be seeing my colleague Michael. Michael Lorenzo.

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Talk of the devil.

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But he's beautiful!

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Thanks, big guy. I owe you.

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OK, let's have a look.

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So, why haven't we seen you here before?

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Well, my wife makes up for it.

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She's a season ticket holder.

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Hang on. Your wife.

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She's not Lucy, is she?

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Yeah.

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I thought I recognised your surname. Yeah, Lucy. Lovely girl.

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Never said she was married, though.

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OK.

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First check-up in several years.

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Who's a naughty boy, then?

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You tell me.

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Two fillings. What a con.

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He's just trying to make a few quid.

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Nothing wrong with my teeth.

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Sugar?

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Yeah, three.

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You know, it's quite common for people to fantasise about

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their dentists, nurses, surgeons.

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When I was a doctor at Moorfields, several patients had crushes on me.

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Moorfields, the eye hospital?

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Yeah. But you picked Emma Bunton. She picked the dentist.

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What's the difference?

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There is a huge difference, and well you know it.

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In fact, I reckon that's the exact reason you chose Susie Dent.

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What?

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You chose her because you know you'll never meet her,

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so it's a safe bet to say it in front of Anna.

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It's the exact same reason Anna chose Tom Hardy and Hugh Jackman.

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-And Brad Pitt.

-Exactly.

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And Daniel Craig, Damien Lewis, and Antonio Banderas,

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and Michael Fassbender, and Rob Lowe...

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The point is...

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..and Christian Bale, and Jude Law, and Russell Crowe,

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and Leonardo DiCaprio...

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Exactly. She chose them because...

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Kevin Costner, Daniel Day-Lewis...

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How long is this list?

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Oh, it's quite long. Yeah.

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Ends with Chas and Dave and the tall one from the Chuckle Brothers.

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Point is, you're both playing safe cos you'll never meet

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any of these people. Trust me, you'd both think differently if it was

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somebody you knew, because it's against the rules if you know them.

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Well, there's your answer, then.

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If you want Lucy to see things from your point of view you need

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to become a member of the Spice Girls and get to know Emma Bunton.

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Don't worry.

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You wouldn't clash with any of them on stage,

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cos you're not ginger, you're not sporty,

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you're not particularly scary, and you're definitely not posh.

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Although you do act a bit like a baby.

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Hang on, you're onto something here.

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If I could get to meet Emma Bunton I'd be on a level playing field with Lucy.

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When are you next seeing her?

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Well, there's a fundraiser this weekend, but...

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I can't just invite people in off the street,

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and even if I could, I wouldn't ask you.

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I'd rather invite... people in off the street.

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Please, Toby. I've got a point to prove here.

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Oh, God.

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Can't you just make my life simple and do your other idea?

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Have sex with my wife.

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You look smart, Lee.

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Are McDonald's interviewing?

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So, today's the big day, hey?

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Yup.

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Do you think you'll actually get to talk to her?

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Who?

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You know who.

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Maybe. Why? Does it bother you?

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Not in the slightest. I am genuinely pleased for you, Lee.

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Is that right?

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Am I not reacting the way you want?

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What do you want me to say, Lee?

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Can you please say that again, just one more time?

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What do you want?

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# Yo I'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want

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# So tell me what you want, what you really, really want

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# I'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want

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# So tell me what you want, what you really, really want

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# I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha)

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# I wanna really, really, really wanna zigazig ah. #

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That is so childish.

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I can't believe he's bothering to goad you

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when it's so clear it's having absolutely no effect.

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I know!

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As if I'd be bothered about Emma Bunton,

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even if she is "so feminine".

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How do you know he said that about her?

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You were upstairs changing the bedsheets when he said that.

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Was I?

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Well, Lee's voice travels in this house.

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It hitches a ride with the smell.

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So, how come you didn't also hear that the rules of the game

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are you have to pick someone famous?

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OK, I heard everything, all right?

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About how he wants to whisper sweet nothings in gorgeous Emma Bunton's ear, and I thought,

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"Right, well, two can play at that game," so I decided to go one better

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and choose someone who was not only good-looking but that I also knew.

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You deliberately made him jealous. You're as bad as each other.

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So?

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It worked, and it got him to go to the dentist.

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This is all very pleasant, isn't it?

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Let's keep it that way, yeah?

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Don't worry. I'm not going to embarrass you.

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Are they free?

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Oh, my God. There she is. There's Emma Bunton.

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That's really her, right? It's not just one of those lookalikes.

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Maybe we should ask her to sing.

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If she can do it, we'll know it's not a real Spice Girl.

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What should I say to her when I meet her?

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She's just a normal person who likes normal conversations

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and has a normal sense of humour.

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So you're saying I should just crack a few jokes?

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I am absolutely not saying that.

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So what should I say, then?

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Just don't say anything too...

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Don't say anything too what?

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Just don't say anything to...her.

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No chance.

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I'm getting a selfie with the Bunts and I'm going to send it to Lucy

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and wind my wife up like a clockwork monkey.

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At least you're winding your women up nowadays.

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You used to just blow them up.

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And thank you again. £20,000 will make such a huge difference.

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Toby!

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-Emma.

-Lovely to see you again.

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One kiss or two?

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Let's do it the French way.

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You have got to be kidding me!

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Hi, Lee, I'm Emma.

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I mean, you're Emma.

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Emma Bunton, the most amazing and most beautiful,

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talented singer in the whole of the Spice Girls.

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Anyway, Emma's got some charity mugging to do,

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so we should probably let her mingle.

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She is mingling, with me, a potential donor.

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I'm the minglee, she's the minger...mingler.

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Come on.

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You go. I'll be over in a second.

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I just want to get a selfie with Emma, if that's all right.

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Always happy to help the donors.

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Thanks. My wife is going to be so jealous.

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She loves you almost as much as going to the dentist.

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Nice.

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Better get close. I've got very short arms.

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Closer.

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What do you think? Is that a bit compromising?

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No, of course not.

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You're right, it's rubbish. Let's do another.

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Actually, can I ask you a cheeky favour, Emma?

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Is there any chance of a little kiss on the cheek?

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Er, well...

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Come on, think of the sick kiddies.

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How much are you donating?

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Five?

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5,000?

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Well, yeah, if you mean 5,000 pence.

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That's £50.

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Is it? I thought it was a fiver.

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All right, £50.

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Well, seeing as you're a friend of Toby's...

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Thanks.

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Three, two, one...

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Mmm!

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That is brilliant.

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I can't wait for my wife to see this.

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That is the best £50 I have ever spent.

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You were robbed, mate.

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Look, it's not just that he's meeting Emma Bunton.

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It's the fact that he's spent all week trying to wind me up,

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doing stupid little things.

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Like what?

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MUSIC: "Spice Up Your Life" by The Spice Girls

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Like changing my ring tone.

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Oh, it's a text from Lee.

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What the...?

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Blimey. Fast mover.

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Toby would still be asking Susie Dent her favourite preposition.

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I'm going to kill him.

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Lucy, think for a moment.

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If you grind him down for long enough he'll kill himself.

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Maybe you should calm down before you phone him.

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Oh, I'm not phoning Lee. That'll play right into his hands.

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Hello?

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I need to book an immediate appointment to see Michael Lorenzo, please.

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Tell him fun-time Lucy needs an emergency drilling.

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Yeah, I never go to the doctor's, me.

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Fit as a fiddle. Never get ill, never catch anything.

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Well, just the occasional cold sore.

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Anyway, it's, er, been lovely chatting. I'll see you later.

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You got your selfie, then. I saw you.

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It was like watching an octopus eating a Barbie doll.

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Yeah, well, it didn't work, did it? Lucy still hasn't responded.

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Well, never mind.

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Let's see if we can get you into a threesome with Mel B and Mel C,

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cause a "Mel A."

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Save the wordplay crap in case you ever meet Susie Dent.

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I'm so sorry for wasting your time.

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Lucy, you never waste my time.

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The pain was probably just a bit of food that got lodged in your tooth.

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Have a rinse.

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I saw your husband this week.

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You never mentioned you were married.

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Well, it's not really a marriage.

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It's more like a murder-suicide pact with jewellery.

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Actually, Michael, before I go, can I ask you a favour?

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Anything you like, Lucy.

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I know it's really silly, but I've got this friend who's got

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a thing for men in white coats, so we've got this sort of

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competition going, who can get the best selfie with a white-coated man.

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-Sounds fun.

-It is.

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The best I've managed so far is a painter and decorator and two beekeepers.

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Funny thing is, I ended up getting stung by the painter and decorator.

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-Oh!

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Oh, what am I like?

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So, um, could I...?

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Well, of course. Get over here.

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Well, actually, why don't you, er, get on the chair with me,

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you know, bit of fun?

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Here we go! Scream if you want to go faster.

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And smile for the camera.

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Great. See you in six months.

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Well, this afternoon has been extremely successful.

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Today's offer of donations alone will pay for

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a waiting area for the new wing, and thanks to your offer we can

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now afford to put a few magazines in there, too.

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It's not been a complete success, has it?

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Lucy still hasn't texted back.

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Oh, grow up, Lee.

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There's no time for petty little jealousies in a marriage.

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That is rich coming from a man who had to make up

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a hot tub fantasy just to stop his wife getting jealous.

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You still think that's why I picked Susie Dent,

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because really I fancy Emma Bunton?

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Of course it is. You've seen how sexy Emma is,

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but you can't admit it to Anna because you personally know Emma.

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I didn't pick Emma cos I don't fancy her.

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Course you fancy her. She's Emma Bunton, for God's sake!

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She was grown in a laboratory out of kittens and boobs.

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BEEP

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-A-ha-ha.

-At last, a text from Lucy.

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I knew it would work.

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Is that a painter and decorator?

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It's not a painter and decorator. It's a dentist.

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And I assume from your reaction that's Michael Lorenzo.

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Yes, because when she sends me pictures of her rolling round

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with other dentists, I'm perfectly fine about it.

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What the hell are they doing?

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Maybe he's trying a novel way to get her to say, "Ah."

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Oh, come on. It's perfectly obvious what she's doing.

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She's getting her own back, and I don't blame her.

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It's exactly the same as you did to her.

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No, it's not. This is a lot worse.

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Well, I'm not taking it lying down.

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She is.

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Ah, here she is. Emma, thank you so much for today.

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You were great.

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Can I, er, arrange a car for you?

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Oh, there's no need.

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I'm going to hang out at the hotel spa,

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maybe soak in the hot tub for a bit.

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I'll see you later.

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Don't even think about it.

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Hello!

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It's not me making those bubbles, by the way.

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You know what, Emma, whilst you're here,

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I don't suppose I could ask one final favour, could I?

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I don't think you should be in here with a camera.

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Oh, I take it with me everywhere.

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You never know when you're going to meet a famous celebrity.

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I've had 'em all, me - Elton John outside Wembley Arena,

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Ant and Dec at the Brits, Chesney Hawkes at Aldi.

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Go on, one quick selfie then I promise I'll go away and leave you alone to...broil.

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This is definitely the last one.

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Definitely.

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No sudden lip action.

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None. No diving, no bombing, no heavy petting.

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OK. Make it quick.

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Oh, thanks, Emma.

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You were always my favourite, the real talent, the Ken Barlow.

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What?

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I mean Gary. OK, here we go.

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Three, two...

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Is that all right?

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Well, at least I can see where it is.

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One.

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Perfect!

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Right. See how you like these onions.

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Where are you sending that?

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Nowhere, honest. This is just for my own personal private use.

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That's reassuring.

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You didn't have to wait and drive me home, Anna.

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It's fine. Anything to get a glimpse of Mikey the dentist.

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He's got a bit of a wicked glint in his eye.

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I wonder if he's seen Fifty Shades Of Grey.

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Only when he looked at Lee's teeth.

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MUSIC: "Spice Up Your Life"

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Oh, here we go.

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I knew it wouldn't be long before he took the bait.

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This charity event - where is it?

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It's just round the corner from here, actually.

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Can you take me there, please? And quickly.

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Lee's about to drown.

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I thought you said you were getting out.

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Will in a minute. Just waiting for something.

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Can't you just think of John McCririck and wrap a towel round you?

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Thought I'd find you here. Get out.

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Don't listen to him, Emma.

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You've got as much right to be here as the next man.

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Get out.

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What, so you can take my place?

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I knew that dictionary woman was a cover story.

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You're a dark horse, aren't you?

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Or as Susie Dent would say, a charcoal-shaded equine quadruped.

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Will you please leave?

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By that look on your face you've clearly got what you were after.

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I beg your pardon?

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Sorry, I didn't mean that.

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What did you mean?

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I mean, he only asked me to invite him here today

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so he could meet you to get his wife jealous.

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Then why did you invite him?

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She's got a point.

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Sorry, how come this has suddenly turned into me being the problem?

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Because I came here today to help raise funds for a hospital wing,

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not to impress your groupie mates.

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Yeah, all right, big head. I'm not a groupie.

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I'm here for the music, not just the Spice Girls.

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I move with the times. I've got other cassettes.

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Oh! Hello, love. What a nice surprise.

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Me and Emma were just about to order champagne.

0:23:480:23:51

Er, no, we weren't.

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She prefers Babycham.

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What the hell are you doing here?

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-What the hell am

-I

-doing here?

0:23:580:23:59

-What the hell am

-I

-doing here?

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What the hell were you doing at the dentist, again?

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Lee, will you please show some dignity?

0:24:040:24:07

I've got dignity!

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Eyes off the prize, Bunton.

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Well done.

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Why is everyone suddenly having a go at me?

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Because you should never have invited him!

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You never invite me to these things.

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You should have just said no to him.

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Especially given you knew what he was up to.

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Yeah, Toby.

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I've had enough of this.

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Well, if you can't beat 'em...

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Happy now?

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You started it.

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No, I didn't.

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Well, you sort of did, Lucy.

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You should have just said Brad Pitt, or Tom Hardy, or Hugh Jackman,

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or Daniel Craig.

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I can't believe you're blaming me. You shouldn't have started playing the stupid game in the first place.

0:24:490:24:53

Don't start on me, Lucy.

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This is both your faults, nobody else's.

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Well, maybe Toby's, but I'll deal with him later.

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Just me, or will the whole of Hollywood be there?

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You're a couple of silly, little, immature children,

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with stupid, petty jealousies.

0:25:050:25:07

You should be ashamed of yourselves, both of you.

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Hi there, Toby. Mind if I join you?

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Sorry I couldn't get to say hello at the function.

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I got cornered by a crazy fan.

0:25:200:25:22

You know what they can be like.

0:25:220:25:24

This is my wife, Anna.

0:25:280:25:30

Anna, I'd like you to meet another of our charity patrons,

0:25:300:25:35

Susie Dent, from Countdown.

0:25:350:25:39

Hello.

0:25:390:25:40

You never told me you were married.

0:25:420:25:44

Didn't I?

0:25:450:25:47

HUMS COUNTDOWN MUSIC

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I didn't really fancy Emma Bunton that much in real life.

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Bit offish.

0:26:050:26:06

Well, you know what they say - never meet your heroes...

0:26:070:26:11

in a giant bathtub, in your underpants.

0:26:110:26:13

They never want to talk to the little people.

0:26:150:26:17

Yeah, all right. That hot tub was colder than it looked.

0:26:170:26:21

You know there's nothing going on

0:26:210:26:24

-between Toby and Susie Dent, don't you?

-Course I do.

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So does Anna, but she's still not happy he's lived out his hot tub fantasy.

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I don't think his fantasy involved Anna jumping in the water and dragging him out by the hyperboles.

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I'm changing dentists, by the way.

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You don't need to, honestly.

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No, I want to.

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He's a bit too flirty,

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and I don't like where he's been putting his hands.

0:26:450:26:47

Where?

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In your mouth.

0:26:490:26:50

I'm sorry, Lucy.

0:26:520:26:53

Me, too.

0:26:530:26:54

Sleep well.

0:26:550:26:57

And you.

0:26:570:26:58

I tell you what - that Susie Dent looked good in a swimsuit.

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Ow!

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# We're not going out

0:27:090:27:12

# Not staying in

0:27:120:27:13

# Just hanging around with my head in a spin

0:27:130:27:16

# But there is no need to scream and shout

0:27:160:27:20

# We're not going out

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# We are not going out. #

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