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Whip Hand

Lauren finds herself at the centre of a love triangle when Heston orders her to lead a walking group. Cherry, Eva and Jimmi face each other at the police debriefing.


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You haven't even broken a sweat.

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-Well, it was worth me getting fit.

-Incredible.

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Still enough? Never tempted?

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You are the only man for me. You always were and always will be.

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Fuchsia.

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Meet you for lunch today?

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Ah, no, I'm already late. I'll probably work right through.

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-I'm doing chicken cacciatore for dinner.

-Oh! What's for afters?

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-Depends how you do at work today.

-I do like a forceful woman.

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How has nobody ever stolen you away?

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HE COUGHS

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Please. Don't start.

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I just wondered what you were up to at lunch?

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Probably have to work through.

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All right, Doctor Tyler.

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New shoes. Nice.

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-They're trainers.

-So?

-So they're trainers.

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Of course I've remembered. It'll probably arrive tomorrow.

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In case it's late, I'll drop something off at lunch time.

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A rabbit? A Bramley Rabbit? What is a Bramley Rabbit?

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Where am I going to get one of those?

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I've forgotten my goddaughter's birthday.

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-That's not all you've forgotten.

-What? No, not you.

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Hi, it's me. Just wondering what your plans are.

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I'm here a bit early. See you soon. Bye.

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-Jimmi?

-Yeah.

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-Must be feeling guilty.

-About seeing Eva?

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Why should he feel guilty about seeing Eva?

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Well, last night?

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So Jimmi saw Eva last night?

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Cherry, I'm really sorry. I just assumed...

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That he would have told me?

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I did tell him I thought it was a bad idea.

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So he talked to you about it?

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I know the situation.

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You did tell me that I shouldn't tell him to choose but I did it anyway.

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I suppose they need to talk about it.

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What if you're right. What if I do lose him because of it?

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We don't even know if they did go out. Maybe he took my advice.

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-But if they did?

-Ask him.

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It's probably why he's calling.

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-Anyway, you'll see him at the debrief, won't you?

-Yeah...

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What happens when I see her?

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-Hi, Eva.

-Pleased to meet you at last.

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"Heard a lot about you" hardly seems to cover it!

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-Jimmi said you were a great help.

-Did he? Yeah, well...

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then Cherry came along.

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-Ever think you chose the wrong career?

-Only every day.

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-At least you got a result, eh?

-Yup, I always get my man.

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-Hi, Jimmi.

-Hey, how are you?

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Grand, good. You?

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Yeah, same.

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-Excuse me? You want me to do what?

-I wouldn't ask just anyone.

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-Just anyone'd probably tell you where to go.

-Which is why I'm asking you.

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-I'd love to, honestly...

-But?

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..but I'm having lunch with Kevin.

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-Well, he can wait.

-I didn't know we had a walking group.

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Penny Lester's brainwave. Julia volunteered me.

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So I'm asking you as your boss to take the walking group this lunch time.

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All right.

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There are two toy shops next to one another on the High Street.

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-I beg your pardon?

-Bramley Rabbit. My niece loves hers.

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That's very thoughtful of you. Thank you, Lauren.

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You're welcome. I can't make lunch.

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-I thought you were working anyway.

-Maybe I was going to change my mind.

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-OK then, what about tonight?

-What about it?

-I could take you out.

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-What about lunch?

-You said you couldn't do lunch.

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Maybe I just want a little bit of interest.

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-But you said...

-A little bit of effort.

-What about tonight?

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-I've got something on.

-You could change your mind.

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I've got something on.

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-Cherry, hi.

-Hi.

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PHONE RINGS Hello.

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Yeah, will do.

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-They're ready for you now.

-Thanks.

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-Doctor Carter can't make it.

-Why?

-Busy.

-What do you mean, busy?

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More important things. Even more important.

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And you got all dressed up.

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-Come on then, let's make this quick. Down to the park and back.

-We're going to the woods.

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-Excuse me?

-Why don't you go and change your shoes?

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Something you don't mind getting dirty.

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And try smiling. You might actually enjoy it.

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Chop, chop. Or would you rather I go and see Miss Parsons?

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Reggie!

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-Nice boots.

-Thank you.

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-Is it just us?

-Alas, no...

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But we don't need to bother about them, do we?

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It's you we're interested in.

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-Thanks.

-Lovely cup of tea.

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Could have gone to the canteen but it's rubbish.

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Borrowed some teabags. Did it myself.

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-Is that why you were gone so long?

-I had to get some milk.

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Julia told me that you saw Eva last night.

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Yeah, I thought we should talk things through.

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-How was it?

-Bit weird.

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-Where did you take her?

-The Icon.

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It's like... It's like going back in time, isn't it?

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What do you mean?

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Well...

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It's not like you ever really split up, is it?

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Just one day she was gone.

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At least this way we get closure.

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So the feelings weren't still there, then?

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-So did you? Did you get closure?

-No.

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-What do you mean?

-I don't know.

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Are you going to see her again?

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I wouldn't have seen her at all in the first place if you hadn't said it was OK.

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It's your decision, Jimmi. No one's going to make it for you.

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Come in.

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That was quick.

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-They want to see me again later. They want you to go in now.

-Right.

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MUSIC: "Teddy Bears' Picnic"

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-Hey, get back. All of you. Hey!

-Carry on.

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Are you trying to get lost? We're in the middle of the woods.

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Don't worry about her.

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Right, if that's the way you want it. Quick march.

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And you... I'm watching you.

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-That's rancid.

-Did you get it from the canteen?

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-I did.

-That'll be why, then.

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I'm sorry you got caught up in all this.

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I could say the same about you.

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You lost everything, didn't you?

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At least we knew what we were letting ourselves in for.

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-You didn't know that you'd have to leave, though, did you?

-No.

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I didn't.

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I sometimes wonder if this job is worth the grief.

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I don't know. You get to meet some interesting people.

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It's Doctor Carter, isn't it?

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-From the Mill Health Centre?

-Mrs Prentice?

-Rita.

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Where do I get a Bramley Rabbit?

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-You're a Bramley Family fan?

-Oh, they're a family?

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-There's a whole collection.

-Other animals? Not just rabbits?

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-No, no. Just rabbits.

-OK.

-My husband runs a toy shop.

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A closed toy shop.

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And much as it pains me to support the competition...

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Oh, you don't know where I could get one?

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-I just might.

-I could kiss you.

-Not till I see if they've got it first.

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Lead on!

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I mean, I have to deal with the odd creep

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but all these people ripping people off, hurting people?

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I just think about the people I'm going to help by locking the villains up.

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So how do you deal with people lying to you all the time?

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You learn to live with it.

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I don't think I could do that.

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Jimmi told me about last night.

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Yeah, we needed to talk things through.

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Yeah, that's what he said.

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He told me you were getting married.

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We talked about getting married once.

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Look, I appreciate you letting me talk to him.

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But if you're not happy about it...

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if you tell me to go, I'll go.

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Think about it.

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Lovely day!

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Right! This'll get your old bones working.

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When was the last time any of you did any exercise? Chop, chop.

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She's ever so stern.

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That's not stern. You! All of you!

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This is stern.

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-Hmmm. That's delicious.

-Try this.

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Amazing!

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I wanted to surprise Lauren but seeing as she isn't here...

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# If you go down to the woods today You're sure of a big surprise

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# If you go down to the woods today You'd better go in disguise

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# For every bear that ever there was

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# Will gather there for certain because

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# Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic. #

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All together now! # Picnic time for... #

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-Rita, you were magnificent.

-Glad to be of service.

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The way you talked that eight-year-old out of buying the last Pastel Pink Pretty Paws!

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-If I didn't have to drop this off, I'd take you out for lunch.

-Doctor Carter, I'm a married woman.

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-In another life, then.

-I've only ever had eyes for one man.

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-What a lucky chap he is.

-It's still closed.

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-Yeah, so's the other one.

-Yeah, that's Penny Lester's shop.

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Oh, she's at our walking group.

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Walking group?!

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Well, you'll have missed it now.

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Hello?

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Hello?!

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Can anybody hear me?!

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ALL: # Picnic time for teddy bears

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# The little teddy bears are having a lovely time

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# At six o'clock their mummies and daddies will take them home to bed

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# Because they're tired little teddy bears. #

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What the hell do you think you're playing at?!

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Hide and seek?

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Right. Back to the Mill. Now!

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Oh, I rather like it here. I think we'll stay.

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If you don't come back right now, you can look for a new surgery.

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We will not be threatened.

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No more lovely Doctor Clay or dishy Doctor Granger.

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Cuddly Doctor Carter.

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What about Doctor Carmichael?

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Well, we are going nowhere. Are we?

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-I said, "Are we?"

-No.

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Right. Come on.

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Who needs cuddly Doctor Carter?

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-You'd never catch me dead in heels normally.

-Why?

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They make women walk on their tiptoes like wildebeest.

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-Wildebeest?

-Yeah, like they're always worried

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-that a lion's going to sneak up on them or something.

-Or a lioness?

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-Oh, dear, what have you done to them?

-They were like that when I got them.

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-Maybe we can have lunch, after all?

-Take her.

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-Give me my shoes back.

-They're trainers!

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Excuse me?

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Is there a walking group today?

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Either that or a zombie film casting.

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-Are there any more?

-More?

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Reggie Prentice and Penny Lester?

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-Why? Who are you?

-I'm Rita, Reggie's wife.

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Really? I didn't know he was married?

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-Why?

-No reason.

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All right, we'd better go and see if we can find them, hadn't we?

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-How did it go?

-The debrief? Fine.

-Is that why you're looking so cheerful?

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Eva and Cherry stuck in the same waiting room together?

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-You left them alone?

-Didn't have a choice.

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They've probably worked something out.

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Cherry gets you Monday to Wednesday. Eva, Thursday to Saturday. Sundays are your own.

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-Or maybe you get them both.

-Thanks for the support(!)

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I'll tell you what, we'll prop up a bar later. Boys' night out.

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They're acting like they're not bothered.

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-Like if I don't do something, I'll end up with neither of them.

-So do something.

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Liver sausage?

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Or...

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Mortadella?

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Forget oysters and dulce de leche and rhinoceros horn...

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Rhinoceros horn?

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Give me Mortadella and liver sausage any day.

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Why not have both?

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That's what most men want. They're just too shy to ask...

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How long have you been married?

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-Forty years, next year.

-You could have had a party.

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-He's done nothing wrong.

-He's getting his strength up.

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Bored of home cooking.

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-Forty years.

-I trust him.

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-After what we saw?

-I know what he's like.

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-What's he like?

-Suggestible.

-You think he's done it before?

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-I don't think he's done anything.

-That's not what it looked like.

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-Looking like is one thing.

-And doing is the next.

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-I trust him.

-Even after forty years?

-Even after forty years.

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Rita? It was perfect. Beyond perfect.

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On behalf of my goddaughter,

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the Bramley Family and mine, I could hug you!

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-Hug? What happened to kiss?

-Touche.

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What do you think you're doing?! This is my wife.

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It's Doctor Carter, Reg.

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Oh yes... cuddly Doctor Carter(!) Leave my wife alone!

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I think you'd be better off with Mrs Lester.

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Not a word to anyone.

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You were right. Great fun!

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I wouldn't mind designing clothes.

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Looking for someone... Daniel... In his room, probably.

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At Letherbridge's finest watering hole...

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Lauren Wildebee...

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Shoes. Now!

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Where are mine?

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-My shoes.

-Trainers.

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I thought you were having lunch with me?

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I was joking!

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He made it for you but you weren't here.

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-So he gave it to someone else?

-What was he supposed to do?

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-He could have waited.

-Did he know he was supposed to wait?

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-If you don't want to lose him...

-I can't force him to be with me.

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Well, you should tell him how you feel.

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If you think you've got a future together, tell him before it's too late.

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Look, I was busy at lunchtime and I'm doing something tonight.

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He's just so pushing and possessive and jealous.

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It's him that's killing this thing, not me.

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I can't keep her hanging on forever. I love Cherry.

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-But I can't be in the same room with either of them.

-Why?

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With Cherry, it's just too tense. With Eva...

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-You want to rip her clothes off?

-What? No. What!

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-Is that your answer to everything?

-Works for me and Zara.

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You and Zara, relationship experts?

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-Solid as a rock.

-This week.

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-I'm taking tomorrow off to decorate.

-You are?

-Long haul, mate.

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-Bumpy ride, mate.

-Best sort.

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-So you're saying choose Eva?

-I'm saying you're thinking too much.

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-I should follow my heart?

-Or any other organ the blood's pumping to.

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When you know, you know.

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No, I need the other stuff as well.

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I need someone to be there for me. I get that from Cherry. I love her.

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So there's your decision.

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-She does care, you know.

-That what she said?

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She's just been busy. It's not worth ruining everything over.

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-She said that?

-You can't force someone to be with you.

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She's got to make up her own mind.

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Hi Eva, it's Cherry...

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I've thought about it. Don't go.

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If Jimmi chooses you, then I'll back off. I'll go.

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-What if Cherry doesn't care? What if I can't win back her trust?

-Can we talk about football?

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You don't like football. That's the thing with Eva.

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She was part of the whole deception. It brought us closer.

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Like me and Zara. The connection thing... Knowing each other.

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That's what I want to feel from Cherry.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello.

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Umm, can I get tomorrow off?

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Yeah, tomorrow's no problem.

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Tonight?

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I can't tonight.

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Of course I want to... I just can't. I'm meeting Daniel.

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-Don't hold back on my account.

-I'll see you tomorrow.

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-Blood pumping through your veins?

-It was Eva.

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-There's your answer then.

-Eva?

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Go for it.

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You liked the idea of Penny wanting you.

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You were the same with Doctor Carter.

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Maybe a little. The idea. But I'd never have done anything.

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Me neither.

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Lauren's attractive.

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You're the only woman for me. Always were and always will be.

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DOORBELL

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How you doing, you all right?

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Brandy.

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I thought you had something on.

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-Are you registered with us?

-No, never have been.

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-You were the one. But then...

-Yeah, I know.

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If you grew a brain cell, it would probably die of loneliness.

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Argh!

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-Imogen's work just isn't up to scratch.

-You what!?

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I can't remember yesterday.

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-I had to beg to get you this job. You messed up and I look an idiot.

-Mum!

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Feeling out of her depth, can Freya convince a new mother it's okay to ask for help? Lauren's flirtation with Daniel takes a sinister turn, while Elaine hopes she can make amends with Julia and Karen.


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