Tea and Sympathy Doctors


Tea and Sympathy

Rob creates trouble for someone at the Mill in his attempt to help a young colleague suffering from sleeplessness. Meanwhile, Kevin creates a new image for Heston.


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Has it happened again?

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-Freddie!

-I'll make some coffee.

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Patrick?

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-Mum. Hi.

-Hey, what are you doing here?

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The estate agent called to say there was a property I had to see so I wrangled some time off work.

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-Are you here on your own?

-Yeah.

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Well, Sally's working and Chloe's social calendar is as busy as always.

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-You know how it is.

-You going to go back tonight?

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-I wasn't planning to.

-I see.

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So why didn't you call me to tell me you were coming?

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I did. You weren't in.

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-Patrick, you can do better than that.

-Mum, I left you a message.

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I was planning to stay at yours, take you out for dinner.

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Thank you.

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Mum.

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Mum, these are...

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these are for you, Mum.

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'Rob Hollins.'

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Erm, I was just going through your clothes for dry cleaning.

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You called to tell me that?

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'A wife's allowed to speak to her husband, isn't she?'

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Especially when he's planning to go out and get kayleyed.

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I'm not. Big Dave's a new granddad

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so we're going to wet the baby's head. I'll be back before ten.

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Too late for us to go out.

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I'll call round the Mill before I go and take you for a swift half.

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'And they said romance was dead(!)'

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You know that nice jacket that I got you for your birthday?

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Were you wearing it yesterday?

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Yeah.

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To go fishing?

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No...no...I didn't because something came up.

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Erm...work. I had a meeting.

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-Police business?

-Yeah, course it is.

-Right.

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Erm...Mr Lorrimer's test results, you promised I'd have them today.

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I'm sorry. I've got a lot on my mind at the moment.

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-Of course! Your date with Marina.

-You've got a date...with a woman?

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Seriously?

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-Not looking forward to it?

-No, on the contrary. I'm just a bit out of practice.

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One loses the knack. What to say, what to wear, where to go.

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You're never short of things to say, Heston. Just be yourself.

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If you want to be 100% she'll like the restaurant, get her to choose.

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Wear what you feel comfortable in.

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You reckon he should rock up in his cardi and favourite slippers?

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-I'm thinking of wearing my paisley waistcoat, the one...

-Oh, man!

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-What's wrong with that?

-It's a first date, right?

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She'll want to feel you've gone that extra mile - made an effort.

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-I'll go to my tailor's.

-Everything you need's on the high street.

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Oh, surly assistants, loud music, very little choice!

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-Hire a personal shoppers. Daniel does it.

-Cop out!

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-So you could do better?

-Better than you, Miss Lumberjack.

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-There you go - take Kevin shopping with you.

-I'm sure Heston...

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-You told me you were free.

-Yeah...but...

-Sorted, then.

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I'm perfectly capable of picking my own clothes, thank you very much.

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Exactly. Just steer clear of the "fuddy-duddy" look.

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I have a unique yet traditional sense of style, don't I, Jimmi?

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Unique...yes. Got to go back to work.

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What would I know?

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-Stock reports.

-Thank you.

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Oh, that's a great cafe. They do Danish to die for.

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-Rob went yesterday.

-That's nice.

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He told me it was, erm...a meeting.

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He said it was police business.

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Well, maybe they had the meeting there.

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This is for a latte and a jasmine tea.

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Coppers don't do jasmine.

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First time I've seen you in civvies. Sharp(!)

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-So what's the problem?

-There isn't one.

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-Why are you here?

-It's the missus' idea. She's been giving me this.

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I know what that's about. Sorry, there's no cure for that.

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-What does the missus think is wrong with you?

-Nothing a few pills won't sort out.

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-Trouble sleeping.

-Anything obvious?

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You know how it goes. New house, new bed.

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-New job?

-Job's fine.

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You are doing night shifts and that can play havoc with sleep patterns.

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Your body will soon adjust to it.

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When did the trouble start? About the same time you started the probationary stint at the nick?

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-Are you writing it down?

-Yeah. Anything else troubling you?

-What are you getting at?

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-I'm doing what you guys do - scratching around for clues.

-About what?

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About what's wrong with you.

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Any neck ache? Palpitations? Do you feel on edge?

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-You think it's my nerves? Do I look the nervy type?

-It's a tough job you do.

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I'm a tough bloke, Doctor Clay.

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Ninety over sixty. That's about as good as it gets.

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So I can keep using the pill?

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That's way above my pay scale(!) You'll have to ask Dr Carmichael about that.

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I'm just here doing the donkeywork.

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I'm sure it's all very interesting.

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Yeah, it can be, I suppose. What do you do?

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Sales assistant. Accessories. Handbags, mostly.

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-I bet you get a nice staff discount?

-No perks, I'm afraid.

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You've got to find yourself a nice man to spoil you rotten.

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My Freddie can't afford the handbags we sell, not on a policeman's wages.

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He's a copper? Letherbridge nick?

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Snap! My old man's there. Rob Hollins.

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You're Sergeant Hollins' wife?

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Isn't it amazing we've not met at a party or something?

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If you're through, I'm ready for you, Mrs Wright.

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Isn't it a shame the wives aren't invited to Big Dave's knees-up?

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-Sorry?

-This evening.

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-Freddie never mentioned it.

-Oh.

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I am running late.

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-See you around.

-Sure to.

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Thanks, boys.

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We'd never have found this address without you to show us the way.

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Here you are.

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-How much did you give them?

-50 pence.

-Good investment.

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Shows them we're not such a bad lot. They won't forget it.

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-Who raised the alarm?

-Call logged by the milkman, Sarge.

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It's a good job somebody noticed because the neighbours didn't.

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Probably the old dear's gone on her holidays.

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Probably. Or she's dead.

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Found this on the table.

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"No milk till Sunday. On holiday."

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You had a phone call this morning.

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Who was it?

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A gentleman, he did not leave his name, asking you out to dinner.

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He said he hoped that you would let him stay the night.

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Mrs Parsons?!

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It was my son.

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Patrick, it's Mum.

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I'm so sorry, I just got the message.

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-Any luck?

-You tell me.

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-You look exactly like you normally look.

-I haven't got a waistcoat remotely like this.

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-Heston, this whole suit, tie, waistcoat thing isn't really what we're looking for.

-Isn't it?

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-Think about it from Mary's point of view.

-Marina.

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-Whatever, I know she's old...

-She's my age.

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Exactly. But there's nothing old fashioned about her.

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On a Friday night, she'll want to chill out, have some fun.

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Now, sitting opposite her, what is it you think she'll want to see?

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-You're going to have to tell me, Kevin.

-This!

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Eh?

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Or this, maybe?

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How about this?

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I wear cotton. This isn't.

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-What is it?

-This, Heston, is cool.

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-A few bottles of milk and there's us scared witless we'll find her stiff.

-I wasn't scared.

-No?

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Ever been first at the scene when there's been a real corpse?

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-Been dead long?

-Couple of weeks, they said.

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Yeah? It's not very nice, is it?

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Some of the stuff that we have to deal with...

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some of the things we have to see, it's difficult to forget, isn't t?

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-Stays with you up there, don't you find?

-No, Sarge.

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You've never had nightmares?

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It's understandable if you do. The stress we have to live with.

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-Who says I'm stressed?

-We all are, son.

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Are the others saying stuff about me?

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Not that I've heard. Even if they were, who cares?

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The day I start worrying about what people say in the canteen

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is the day that I'll know I'm in the wrong job.

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-Is that's what you think? I'm in the wrong job?

-Did I say that?

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But, to be honest, I think you will struggle,

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a lad like you, because you care too much, you worry.

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Not like some of the Smart Alecs we get who don't give a monkey's,

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who've never had a sleepless night in their lives.

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-How do you know I'm not sleeping?

-I don't.

-It's Jimmi Clay.

-Jimmi Clay, what?

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He's been on the blower having a good old gossip!

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-I've not seen Jimmi Clay for days.

-Can I take my break, Sarge?

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Freddie!

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It's all gone through? Thank you very much.

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Well, our work here is done.

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-Don't you want to complete the makeover?

-Jacket, shirt, trousers - that's the lot.

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-A mistake many blokes make.

-Really?

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This is scientifically proven.

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When a woman gives a man the once over, what's the first thing she looks at?

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-His eyes?

-Lower.

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-Smile?

-Lower.

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Midriff?

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Shoes, man!

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Get them right and female synapses pop.

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-Pop?

-Pop!

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-Marina.

-Heston.

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-You look, erm...extraordinary.

-Thank you.

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It's good to chill.

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Sorry I'm late. I couldn't find the place.

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Lets just hope it turns out to be worth my while.

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Hopefully my school boy French will be up to the menu(!)

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Steak, new potatoes and seasonal veg.

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-Think you'll get the gist of that?

-It's pretty straight forward.

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It's really unpretentious here. It's brilliant food.

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Heston...are you playing footsie?

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Sorry! My shoes are a bit pointy. They're sticking out.

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Heston, I wasn't complaining.

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I'm sorry, the surgery closed at six.

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-I want to see Doctor Clay now.

-Doctor Clay is currently not on the premises.

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Your Practice Manager, then. I want to make a complaint.

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Mrs Hollins. Your requisition list, I have not received it yet.

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Erm...Monday, I promise. Can't stop.

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I'm sorry, the Practice Manager will not be in until Monday.

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-I'll leave her a message. You want to make a complaint, you say?

-Yes.

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Against Doctor Clay?

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Was that Mrs Rob Hollins?

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-You're right about the food but I'm still getting used to the atmosphere.

-Oh, I really like it.

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In Tuscany, there would be candlelight...

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In Tuscany, the place would be rammed with loud American tourists.

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-It's not everybody's cup of...

-Don't get me wrong, I adore Italy.

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The men can be a bit frisky(!)

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I was in Milan, and this Italian bloke was following me up the stairs of La Scala...

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You've been to La Scala? I saw Placido there. Simon Boccanegra.

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Isn't he something else?! I saw his Othello at Covent Garden.

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Verdi? That's my favourite. Do you like...?

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-Oh, but...

-You prefer Puccini? Mozart?

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-You're going to despise me for this.

-I'd never do that.

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My one guilty pleasure.

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One of many(!)

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I love Rodgers and Hammerstein and Irving Berlin.

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Hollywood musicals?

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-You don't like them?

-No, no, no! Carousel.

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-Singing in the Rain.

-Annie Get Your Gun.

-Easter Parade.

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Easter Parade(!)

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# We're a couple of swells, we stop at the best hotels

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BOTH: # But we prefer the country far away from the city smells

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# We're a couple of sports, the pride of the tennis courts

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# In June, July and August we look cute

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# When we're dressed in shorts. #

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I'm making an idiot of myself.

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No, Heston...you're just chilling!

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Sorry I'm so late! Staff training.

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Oh, Freddie.

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Rob Hollins reckons I'm not cut out for the police.

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That I should jack it all in.

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Did he say that?

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He didn't have to.

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I'm sure it's not what he really thinks.

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Tell me what happened.

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I'm only trying to help, Freddie.

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You can.

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How? Just tell me.

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You can write something.

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A letter.

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Tell them I'm resigning.

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You can't.

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I have to.

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If there was something else you wanted to do

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I'd say make a fresh start, but...

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I know there's only one job you've ever wanted.

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You've had a bad day.

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We all have them.

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Tell you what.

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Why don't you go and get us a DVD...

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you choose...and a bottle of wine.

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And in the morning things won't look nearly so bad, will they?

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If that's what you want.

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Do not shoot the messenger.

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He had the barefaced cheek to accuse me of reading his notes

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and then telling Rob!

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-You told Julia?

-No, but I will have to on Monday.

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I thought it was my Christian duty to inform you, so you have time to reflect on what has happened.

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Stew in my own juices, is that what you mean?

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Rob's going to deal with this.

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I hope you do not mean he's going to pull rank and try to hush things up?

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There's nothing to hush up!

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No,

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you're right.

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I'll deal with this myself.

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Shall I put the kettle on?

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I've now got nineteen Marys.

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-Nineteen!

-I know.

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-The stable's going to be like a maternity ward.

-Oh, you'll cope.

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I know you'll cope because you, Patrick McGuire, are a wonderful teacher.

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I just enjoy being with kids.

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I know, and it shows.

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That's why it's such a joy to be with Chloe

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because she's got a dad that encourages her to grow and blossom.

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So, I don't always screw up, then?

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KNOCKING AT DOOR

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Karen! Is there a problem with my blood test?

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No. The only problem is with your husband. Where is he?

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He's gone out.

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Well, I'll wait.

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# I'm looking for trouble

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# And I don't care... #

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42nd Street?

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# What people say... #

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An American in Paris?

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# It doesn't matter what the people say

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# People say... #

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The French Line!

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-With Jane Russell!

-Yes!

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Do you remember her in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?

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-Oh, yeah.

-With Marilyn Monroe. Hey, I bet you're a Monroe fan.

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Bus Stop, Some Like It Hot...

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The Seven Year Itch.

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Heston,

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are you feeling uncomfortable?

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No, no. I'm fine.

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I think I'd better just go...

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-It's just through the door.

-You'll excuse me.

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I'm sure it's all a simple misunderstanding.

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He should have spoken to me, instead of going snitching to my boss.

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He's not like that. Not usually, honestly, Karen.

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But he's not thinking straight.

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He does have a lot on his mind at the moment.

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Is he really ill? What's the matter with him?

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I don't know.

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When I try and talk to him about it, he just clams up.

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Jasmine tea.

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My favourite.

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You were with my husband yesterday afternoon.

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Oh, I knew it.

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Oh, hi, Patrick.

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-Heston?

-Urticaria!

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It's the man-made fibres in this thing.

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No, I can't wear it any longer.

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I've had enough.

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Hold on, you might have to, mightn't you?

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You can't exactly go out there without it.

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I made Sergeant Hollins promise to keep it a secret.

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Don't blame him. He's not done anything wrong, honestly.

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He's a good man.

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He has his moments.

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Freddie's always going on about him.

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"Sarge said this, Sarge did that".

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So I thought if anyone could get through to Freddie, he could.

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I was desperate.

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I phoned him... got him to meet me...

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asked him to try to get Freddie to tell him what was wrong.

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You'd have been better off asking one of our doctors.

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No.

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I think it's the job. It's killing him, Karen.

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I don't think it's that bad.

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He can't sleep and when he does, he has nightmares.

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He doesn't eat. I can't remember the last time I heard him laugh.

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He's going to pieces and there's nothing I can do about it.

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And I bet he won't admit it. They're all the same.

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They're all terrified their mates will think they can't hack it.

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That won't be a problem for Freddie much longer.

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He says he's going to pack it in.

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And you're just going to let him throw it all away?

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I don't care what he does, Karen,

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as long as I get my old Freddie back.

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Your shirt?

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Oh, I dropped some sauce down the front, so I changed it.

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You always bring a change of clothes to a restaurant?

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-Yeah, doesn't everyone?

-HE MOUTHS

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Thanks, Karen.

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You get that. I'll see myself out.

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You!

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Before you go off on one, I didn't speak to Rob.

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-I didn't know you were a copper. I didn't even know you were one of our patients.

-Somebody spoke to him!

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Yes, well, maybe it was someone who cares more about you than I do?

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She's only trying to help you sort yourself out.

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Well, I've done that.

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Oh, yeah, right. You're quitting.

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It's a good idea. Get out while you're still young. Try your hand at something else.

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Yeah.

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A nice office.

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Cushy nine-to-five.

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Why anybody in their right minds wants to do nights?

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-Don't mind nights.

-But for the money you guys get!

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And the hassle! And the paperwork...

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You didn't become a copper to tick boxes, did you?

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No.

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Why did you, Freddie?

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-You like to throw your weight around a bit?

-No!

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-Car chases?

-I don't have to listen to this.

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-Or was it because you thought you could do some good?

-What's wrong with that?

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You tell me. You're the one who's quitting.

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Because I am rubbish at it!

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How long you been in the force?

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Ten minutes?

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You're bound to know nothing.

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Not yet! And you're going to make mistakes again and again.

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And you will be terrified every shift thinking you're going to screw up.

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-Your old man doesn't.

-You think?

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Sarge? He always looks like nothing bothers him.

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The stress is still there. He's just got ways of getting on top of it.

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How?

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Fishing.

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And then,

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if things get really bad he talks to me. That's what marriage is about,

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being able to whinge at someone once in a while.

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She'll only worry if I do.

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She'll worry more if you don't.

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I kid you not, semi naked,

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-begging me for the shirt off my back.

-That's ridiculous!

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Yeah. As ridiculous as claiming I'd phoned and left a message.

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-Patrick, I'm really sorry.

-I don't blame you for suspecting the worst.

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-I don't think I did.

-Mum, I know what you went through. Doing your damnedest to play Happy Families,

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making excuses for him,

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pretending nothing was wrong when I know it was.

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It's just that you were... you were just a kid, Patrick.

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And I just couldn't bear the thought of Chloe having to go through

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-what Mac and I put you through.

-Mum, she never will. Ever.

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Look, um...

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The last time I was up here.

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No, that was then.

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Let's just forget that it ever happened.

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But it did happen, Mum.

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My moment of madness.

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Unforgivable, perhaps,

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but it could have been worse.

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-It could have been much worse if it wasn't for the accident.

-Don't remind me.

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I'm lucky.

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How are you lucky?

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Better to write off a car than a marriage.

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Yeah, I'll drink to that.

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Oh, and thank you for the flowers, by the way. They're gorgeous.

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That letter you were going to help me write...

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Yeah?

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No need to now.

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You're not resigning?

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Nah.

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There was this locked house...

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We thought there was a body inside.

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That must have been creepy.

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So what happened?

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Have you ever met Freddie Wright's wife?

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I don't know. I usually get to meet the spouses...

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one way or another.

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That's jasmine.

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It's Tanya Wright's favourite.

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I thought I might invite those two over next week for dinner.

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I think Freddie, well, he'd appreciate a long chat with you.

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Really?

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It would just be shop talk.

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You'd be bored rigid.

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No, I'll have Tanya.

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We can discuss my new handbag.

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What new handbag?

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The one you're going to buy me for lying about going fishing yesterday.

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That was lovely, Marina.

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I hope the evening lived up to your expectations.

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To be honest, Heston, I thought you were going to be a tad pompous

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and that the evening would be a bit...

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But you weren't and it wasn't.

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Well, the food was excellent and the wine was more than drinkable.

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-And the company?

-Better than I deserved.

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-So, fingers crossed, you'll enjoy it even more next time.

-If there is a next time.

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-Do you want there to be a next time?

-I do.

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-You're going to be bringing a selection of shirts?

-Quite possibly.

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-And a bow tie?

-Oh, no.

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I know what you think of bow ties.

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That I'm strangely fascinated by them?

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And the men who wear them...

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Bobbie.

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Who's Bobbie?

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A friend...

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..with extras.

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My colleague knows about cars.

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She says not only have you not done the work you've charged for,

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but you've also caused damage.

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Have you got any proof of that?

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Where would you like me to start?

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Women know what they want.

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In her case, it's you, big boy.

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Rob creates trouble for someone at the Mill in his attempt to help a young colleague suffering from sleeplessness. Meanwhile, Kevin creates a new image for Heston in time for his first date with Marina.


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