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The Beast Within

The scar of a childhood trauma runs deep, but can Daniel help a family move on? Elsewhere, Elaine goes on a blind date, but a revelation sets her off-course.


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Have you got your key?

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I need to get a washer for that tap. The dripping's like torture.

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-I can do that.

-You know the size?

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Look, I need you to get a few things. OK?

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HE MOUTHS

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OK.

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-Ten pounds.

-Ten pounds.

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And bring me back the change.

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I'll see you later.

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SHE BREATHES DEEPLY

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PHONE RINGS

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Oh.

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Hayden.

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Yes, perfectly fine, thank you.

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For goodness sake, tell her she worries too much.

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What?

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But... Today?

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Er...I can't.

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Because it slipped my mind.

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Could we postpone? Put him off?

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SHE SIGHS

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Oh. Yeah. What time is it?

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Are you sure we can't...?

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Yeah. All right. Thank you.

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HE WHISTLES

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-With Dr Granger?

-At half past.

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OK. Do you want to take a seat? He won't be long.

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You OK?

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-Elaine?

-Oh, sorry. Sorry, I was miles away.

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I was just asking if you were OK.

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-You look a bit pink.

-Do I? Yes, I'm fine.

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-No, I'm not. I've just had a call from my brother-in-law.

-Oh.

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Not his fault, not this time.

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-What's happened?

-Ages ago, he arranged a blind date for me with one of his colleagues.

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-Oh.

-Lovely man, apparently.

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-Very handsome.

-Apparently? You didn't go?

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Well, that's the thing. It hasn't happened yet. I totally forgot.

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-It's this lunchtime.

-What?

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I know, exactly. I'm not sure I'm ready.

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Well, have you got a chance to go home?

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Not that you don't look gorgeous. You always look gorgeous.

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No, I mean I'm not sure I'm ready for a date, dressed up or not.

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Hang on a minute - it might be a good idea. Just what the doctor ordered.

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-Do you think?

-Yeah. Absolutely.

-Get back out there.

-Back in the saddle.

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I mean, remind yourself that not all blokes are...you know...

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-Yeah, you never know, he might actually be nice.

-It seems like I don't have a choice.

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Apparently he's old school. Doesn't do mobiles.

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Oh, old school. Sounds like a proper knight in shining armour.

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SHE SHIVERS

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-Sounds like Heston.

-Oh, rather her than me.

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Hey, I had a cousin once who went on a blind date with a bloke

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-who cut her steak up for her then tried to feed it to her.

-Ugh, yuck.

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-Well, fingers crossed. She might be lucky. He may be the man of her dreams.

-Hmm.

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Or have two brain cells and look like Herman Munster.

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FAINT YELPING

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YELPING CONTINUES

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Hello.

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Hello!

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Please take a seat.

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So how did it go?

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You understand what I'm saying? The filler was only ever a long shot.

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But it does look better. Doesn't it?

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-Look, with scarring of this kind the problem is...

-Maybe if I go back there...

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I'm sorry, Angie.

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Any more thoughts about what we spoke about last time?

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The counselling?

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I don't need to go yacking on about it. I just want it gone.

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Well, if that's genuinely what you want then all I can recommend at this stage

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-is that you reconsider your surgical options.

-No.

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Talk to an expert. Find out what's possible.

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I have to get back.

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How's your brother?

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Still no job.

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Still living at the flat. Still broke.

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Well, he's very lucky to have you.

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I'm sorry, Dr Granger. I just don't want opening up.

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Well, you know where I am.

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If you were to change your mind about any of this, I have numbers.

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OK? I hope things start to work out for you, Angie.

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Bye.

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Hey.

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-Oh, Granger's as blind as a bat. You look lovely.

-Thank you.

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-Now you take care.

-Mmm.

-Good luck.

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Angie OK?

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Did I do something?

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Why would you ask that? Eh?

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Why would you ask that, Bez?

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When you never do anything.

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Stop it.

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What was it I needed you to get? Can you even remember?

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-I was...

-Three things.

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I asked you to go shopping for three things.

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SHE SIGHS It doesn't matter.

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Forget it. It's OK.

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I'll go.

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No-one minds, you know.

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You're still beautiful.

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Give me the money.

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Where's the rest?

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Today, this afternoon, you go down the Jobcentre. Do you understand me?

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And you get yourself a job,

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-anything, by the end of the day.

-OK.

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The end of the day, or you're out! You're out on your own.

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Oh, I think I'm over there.

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-Gregory?

-Ah. Elaine?

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Greg. Please.

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Delighted to meet you.

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Oh, Fred. You're going to get us into more trouble.

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Stay there. Stay there, Fred.

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-FRED WHIMPERS

-Sssh. Sssh.

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Come here. Come with me.

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So there she is, having deliberately chosen the one who claimed to be 65 and balding

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and he turned out to be about 15.

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-She ended up advising him on his acne.

-Oh!

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-Ah. It's a terrifying business.

-Oh, you're telling me.

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I mean, you must have been worried, Hayden recommending me.

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I suppose he told you about...

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He may have mentioned something.

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Don't worry. I don't really look at the papers.

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-Are you ready to order?

-Oh, yes. I'll have the Dover sole, please.

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Mm. Nice choice. Make that two. And to drink?

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I better be careful. A small glass of white wine, please.

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-The same.

-Thank you.

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Oh, very good.

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SHE CHUCKLES

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Oh, blind date - white stick.

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-Very nice.

-Elaine, I...

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I suppose Hayden put you up to that one?

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I'm so sorry.

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I assumed he would have mentioned it.

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BARKING

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-GROWLING

-Ow!

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BARKING

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Ow!

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I just can't believe he wouldn't mention it. I could throttle him.

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-I'm so sorry, Greg, really.

-Please. It's not a problem.

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If I'm being honest, I quite like it when people don't notice. It's rather fun.

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-Least one of us is having a good time.

-A-ha!

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At last. Now this is shaping up to be more like a proper blind date, wouldn't you say?

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To be honest, I'm really quite relieved.

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-Relieved?

-Well, the sunglasses in a restaurant?

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Ah, I see.

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You're relieved I'm blind rather than...

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psychotic.

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HE LAUGHS

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You know, I can almost see your expression.

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Marvellous. Right, if you'll excuse me,

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I must pop to the bathroom before the advent of the sole.

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-Of course. Allow me.

-Oh!

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I've been house-trained for a while now. I think I'll manage.

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Dr Granger!

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I need to see Dr Granger!

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We're closed.

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Four o'clock.

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What the...?

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Bez. Let him in, Karen.

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Bez, what is it? What's wrong?

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Come through.

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That's it, nice and slow. Breathe in.

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And out.

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-It's bad, isn't it?

-You'll live.

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So are you going to tell me what happened?

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Hmm?

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BARKING

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Hello.

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He bit me, Dr Granger.

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Did he now? Here.

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Was he in the bag when it happened?

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Well, I'm not surprised. How would you feel trapped in a bag? He probably just panicked.

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I think we should put this on.

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So he just panicked cos he felt trapped?

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Yep. Now, I need you to take him outside the front door and tie him up, OK?

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-Then come straight back in.

-OK.

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SHE SNIFFS

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PHONE RINGS

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You lucky devil. I'm consumed by jealousy.

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I mean, two days and a night on a tiny little coach

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stopping off at the most dreadful dives along the way,

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but, my goodness, was it worth it. I mean for the...

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for the sunset over Pyramid Khufu alone.

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Honestly, somehow you really must get a chance to see...

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SHE SIGHS

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Oh, what is wrong with me today?

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Well, you're the expert, doctor. But my diagnosis?

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Faux pas syndrome.

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It's terribly entertaining.

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Oh, here.

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Oh, God, my fault.

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Oh. What a klutz. Excuse me.

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It's all right.

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-Oh, thank you.

-I can manage, really.

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Actually, could we have a cloth, please?

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-Er...Elaine...

-And another glass of wine.

-Elaine. Please!

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-Elaine, I...

-Oh!

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BARKING

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RATTLES DOORS

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All right! Can you stop doing that?

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OK. OK. It's OK.

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Why don't we all go through to my room for a minute, OK? This way.

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-He was bitten.

-Bitten?

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-By a dog.

-The one outside. Did you see him?

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He's a puppy, really. Isn't he, Dr Granger?

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He's not a dog.

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He's only young. Definitely.

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He's very silly.

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It's just a nick.

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But there were blood though, weren't there?

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-And Dr Granger gave me this.

-It's antibiotics. It's a precaution. His tetanus is up to date.

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How...did you get bitten?

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-He's not a bad dog, Ange. He's a good dog.

-The dog was in his bag.

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Cos he's mine. I found him.

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You found him? Where?

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At the lake.

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In the park?

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-I was skimming.

-I thought I told you to go to the Jobcentre.

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-Before that. While you were here.

-When you were supposed to be shopping?

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You brought it in the flat, didn't you? You had a dog in my flat?

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-It's not just a dog, Ange. It's Fred.

-When are you ever going to learn?

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-He were on his own. He were in a sack!

-When are you ever going to grow up and see past yourself?

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It's not like that. He's friendly.

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-You'd want to keep him if you...

-You selfish, selfish little boy. Don't you get it?

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"You're still beautiful."

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Why can't you see what you've done?

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My whole life, everything - he's destroyed everything.

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It weren't my fault, Ange.

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You were teasing it. Gran said so. Everybody said so.

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-It weren't just me. There were both of us.

-I was four years old.

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-Maybe Gran's dog...

-Your baby sister, and you never protected me.

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-Maybe it felt trapped.

-You've never once in your whole life protected me.

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-It just panicked.

-No. No, that's not what happened.

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It didn't feel trapped. It didn't panic. You teased it.

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It thought it was a game, and it attacked the nearest thing.

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Just like that one out there.

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Er... Well, I had a lovely time. Thank you.

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So did I. Very eventful.

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Greg... Maybe we could try this again sometime?

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I really did have fun. And you seem like a very nice person.

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But...

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But I'm big enough and ugly enough to cope without help.

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Elaine, what I'm looking for is a girlfriend. Not a carer.

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Besides, I get the distinct impression

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there's someone that needs looking after more than I do right now.

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Sorry to be brutal. I tend to think that honesty is best.

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Yes. Yes, it is. Thank you.

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It's been a pleasure.

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Why do you think he were in there?

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Did it even occur to you to wonder why the dog was in the sack?

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-So that I'd find him.

-No. What do you think this is, a fairy tale?

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It bit you.

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It was in the sack because it bites people.

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I don't know what you mean.

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Oh, yes, you do. Don't play stupid with me.

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-You can't always make the rules.

-They're not my rules!

-I found him.

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He was there because he's dangerous.

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-They wanted me to find him.

-Who did?

-He's my dog and I'm keeping him.

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-He was in there because someone didn't have the guts to do what they should have.

-He were a present.

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No, he wasn't.

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I love him. And you can't stop me.

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He was in there because someone was going to drown him.

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And that's what should have happened. He should have been drowned.

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It's OK. It's all right.

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Bez?

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'It's my job to look after him.'

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Last thing Mum said to me. Not "goodbye", not, "I love you."

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-Just, "Look after your brother."

-What about your dad?

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He left. Years ago.

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Couldn't stand to look at me.

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You know, you've every right to feel the way that you do.

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You don't know how I feel.

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-If you did, you'd hate me.

-Course I wouldn't hate you.

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You'd think I was evil.

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Just sometimes he gets this look and I think,

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"You're doing it on purpose, aren't you? You're putting it on."

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See?

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But you know that he's not.

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It's not fair.

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No.

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-He'll be all right, won't he?

-He's a grown man.

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I shouldn't have shouted at him, said all that stuff about killing it.

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He'd do anything for me, you know.

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Anything.

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Come on, Bez. Where are you?

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HE SOBS

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Bez? Stay there!

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Dr Granger, he's my brother. Stay there!

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What?

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Stay there.

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Bez! Bez, stop, it's me. It's Ange. Please, Bez.

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It's not your fault, darling. None of this is your fault.

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Bez...

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What I said before.... I didn't mean you to...

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-I never wanted for you to get bitten, Ange.

-I know.

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-Darling, I know.

-I never wanted for that to happen.

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We were just playing. But it's OK.

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Don't, Ange, I've sorted it.

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-It's OK.

-No.

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We were both so young and no-one told us what to do.

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I'm so sorry, Bez. I'm so sorry.

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GROWLING

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You need to take it out, Bez.

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You need to take it out.

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For me.

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GROWLING

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GROWLING STOPS

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Sometimes I get so angry, and I don't even know who with.

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Sshh, ssshh. It's OK.

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It's OK.

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It's OK, Ange. Sssh.

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-SHE SOBS

-Sssh.

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It's not really my area of expertise,

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but he looks remarkably healthy to me.

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-He's going to need love, obviously. And a warm bed.

-One thing at a time.

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-Thanks, Dr Granger.

-OK.

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Look, Fred,

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your new home.

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Well, I better be getting back.

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Those numbers...

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I don't mind if you want to give them to me sometime.

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Just don't be expecting miracles, OK?

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How did it go?

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Yeah, fine.

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Oh, here she is. Right, come on. Information, please.

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-Lunchtime. Blind date.

-Ooh.

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-Karen! Does the world have to know?

-He won't say anything.

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Well done, you.

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-Don't patronise me, please.

-It went well then?

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Yes, thank you, it did. It was fine. Absolutely fine. If you'll excuse me.

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I imagine that you're a real antique collector, Cherry.

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-Dr Cassidy.

-Where...?

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How long have you been here?

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-What did you pay for the piece?

-£150.

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Did you really? Did you? Really?

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More revs, more revs.

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-No! Handbrake, clutch, neutral.

-Dad!

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