No Going Back - Part Two Doctors


No Going Back - Part Two

Rob encourages the Bancroft family to air their grievances but is the revelation of a family secret enough to unite them? Elaine receives a surprise visit.


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What's the matter with you?

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You know I think about her every day, every minute.

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You really think I can let this drop, ever?

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How did you get in?

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Do you know Donna?

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-Do you still want to go through with this?

-What's it to you?

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Seeing where you're from, there's no need.

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Don't ever talk to me about that place again, understand?

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The chances are she's just shacked up with some bloke.

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What if this was Immie?

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It's not. If I brought my family into every case,

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I'd be unprofessional. Maybe you should take a step back from this.

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Could she stay all night? Right through to the morning?

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-Got a bit of a marathon, eh?

-No.

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Hi there.

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Come in, come in.

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It's only a matter of time, Graham.

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This girl knows where she is, I'm convinced.

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Tomorrow I'll take you somewhere safe.

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I'm going to get you away from all this.

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Thank you for everything.

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I've got to go now, OK?

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Hey, I've got to get back, so...

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Hey! Wake up!

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Wake...

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He's dead!

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'What time is it?'

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The man. I can't wake him! He's dead, unconscious... I don't know. I don't know what to do!

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'Get out of there right now! D'you hear me?'

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-I can't - what if he's still alive?

-'Forget about him. He doesn't matter. Just get out!'

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Can I ring for a doctor, tell the hotel?

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'Are you stupid or something?!'

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Good morning.

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Graham!

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He's been dead for at least three hours.

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There's evidence of sexual activity.

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Yeah, I heard the note mentioned a prostitute.

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-It looks like suicide.

-Maybe couldn't live with himself afterwards.

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We need to find the girl.

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What if I could have saved him?

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It was his choice. He wanted to top himself.

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Maybe you gave him a good last night.

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-Is Alice awake? I haven't heard her since I got in.

-She's fine.

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-I want to hold her.

-No!

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What's wrong?

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I've taken her somewhere safe.

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-What?

-Last night, Mick was mouthing off. She shouldn't have to hear it.

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-What have you done with her?

-She's fine. I left her at your mum and dad's.

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-What?!

-Your mum found her. I know she's all right.

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You stupid cow! You don't know what you've done!

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How am I going to get her back?

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-Well, she's better off where she is.

-Mick!

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Oh, Jimmi, I thought you'd like to know...

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-the hotel girl we're looking for, it could have been Donna Bancroft.

-What? The prostitute?

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The chambermaid gave a description and we've got her on CCTV.

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-The quality's poor, but...

-Have you told the Bancrofts?

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-Not yet. We want to wait till we're certain. Under the circumstances.

-Yes, sure.

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-Are you sure you didn't leave anything behind?

-Yes! I told you. I'm sure!

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It's quite a night you gave your first customer, eh?

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Oh, please, Mick!

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He must have thought he'd been a really bad boy.

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Leave her alone.

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Shut up!

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I might be moving back to London.

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An opportunity's come up.

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It might be an idea to leave your folks to look after the kid.

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Leave you free.

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I don't want to be free. I want my baby back.

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How could you do this?

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She must have been pregnant when she left but she never even...

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-She must have had a boyfriend.

-Without telling me? What if...?

-Bea.

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She went through all this without me. She must be alive though?

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She's fallen on hard times, that's all,

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and she needs us to look after this little one.

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We still don't know it's hers, Bea.

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But the note says so.

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It's not her writing.

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What if she belongs to that girl who broke in

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and she's just looking to offload her on us?

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Look at her, Graham... Look.

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-She's Donna's.

-I'm sorry but we have to take her to the police.

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-We can't just keep her.

-But she's my flesh and blood.

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We've got to do things properly.

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Please, Graham, don't make me.

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Maybe we could take her to The Mill.

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Then Doctor Clay can look her over. He'll know what to do.

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OK. But let me have a little bit longer with her.

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Eh? Oooh. Who's a lovely...?

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-Sorry I'm late, I had a call-out.

-What was it?

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Looks like a suicide. Took a pile of pills.

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She's fine. She's in good health.

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I agree with Graham though,

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cos, er, the identity isn't absolutely certain.

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-I think the police should be involved.

-I told you, Bea.

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But I've already lost a daughter. Do I have to lose a granddaughter, too?

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Look, I'm sorry, but you need to follow the correct procedure.

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You can't go hiding the baby at home.

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What's the matter? Has something happened?

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Just talk to the police.

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-What's happened? What is it?

-Maybe he can't say, love.

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-You're just like them. You want to keep me in the dark.

-Talk to Sergeant Hollins.

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Let's go, Graham. Whatever it is, I'll be the last to know.

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After all, I'm only her mother.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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-What?!

-It's OK. I told the receptionist I was a friend.

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She said you had a cancellation.

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How dare you come here. How dare you.

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This is my work.

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-I needed to see you, Elaine.

-Why?

-You know why.

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My colleagues are outside. This is my private business.

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I won't talk about this here. I want you to leave, now.

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-Has Doctor Clay been talking to you?

-He hasn't told us anything.

-He didn't need to.

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-I could tell he was keeping something from us.

-There HAS been a development.

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-I knew it.

-But that doesn't mean it's got anything to do with your daughter.

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And, in the meantime...

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-Mrs Nichols will have to take the baby into care.

-But she's Donna's.

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It's just for the time being, while they straighten things out.

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Careful.

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Thanks.

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She's dead, isn't she? That's what you think.

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That's what you're not telling me. That's why the baby was left with us.

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-You're jumping to conclusions.

-Have you got children?

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-That's got nothing to do with it.

-We're meant to protect them. I tried. I tried my very best

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-and I failed her.

-As parents, we can't do everything.

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We can't be there every minute.

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Maybe...a year ago... if you'd listened to me.

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I promise you, Mrs Bancroft, we did all we could.

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Come on, love, let's go home. Thanks.

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-Is Doctor Clay in?

-I haven't seen him yet.

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Well, if you do see him, tell him I'm looking for him.

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You're twisting my words. I never said I was dependent.

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-That makes me sound like a junkie.

-If patients are put at risk,

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-if someone was harmed because your judgment was impaired...

-There is no risk.

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It's under control.

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-I'd never put people in my care at risk. That would be...

-What?

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Selfish? Absolutely unforgivable?

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Look, Elaine, I'm not here to criticise you.

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I just want to help you...

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before...something happens that you'll regret.

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Please let me help you?

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I've been so worried.

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I don't understand what's happening.

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I tried to blank it all out.

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Here.

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That's the lot, I promise.

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You don't keep any at home?

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No.

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-You've done the right thing, Elaine.

-Yeah.

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I'm glad...and relieved.

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Now, let's talk about what happens next.

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PHONE RINGS

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It's lunch time!

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Mill Health Centre.

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-'I need to speak to Doctor Clay.'

-Can I have a name, please?

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Donna Bancroft.

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One second. Donna Bancroft. Sounds desperate.

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Hello, Donna?

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Do you remember me? I broke my leg when I was younger...

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Yeah, I remember. How are you?

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I'm still on your books, right?

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I've still got patient confidentiality?

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What can I do for you?

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They've taken my daughter. I need to get her back.

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I need your help. I've got no-one else.

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Yeah it's OK, Donna. OK, calm down.

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Er, can we meet up?

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Can you come to The Mill in half an hour?

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I'll come round the back.

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No problem.

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-I can trust you, right?

-Yeah, of course you can.

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Was that who I think it was?

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She wants her baby back.

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It is hers, then? She could be the last person

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to have seen Bob Peterman alive. I need to speak to her.

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-I'd like to be present at the meeting.

-Can't I talk to her first?

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She trusts me. She's really distressed.

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-We've got a body. I need to question her.

-Is that the bloke from this morning?

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I thought he committed suicide.

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Look, maybe I can persuade her to come in of her own accord.

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-She's desperate to see the baby.

-And I've got a death to clear up.

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Eh, Rob! Stop being so heartless.

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Let Jimmi talk to her. She's probably frantic.

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Will you put the kettle on?

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OK.

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Will you take a seat?

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You're going to help me?

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Donna, it's OK, I know what happened.

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How? Is my mother here? Have you told her I...?

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-Of course I haven't. But can't you talk to her or let her see you? She misses you.

-You weren't there.

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-You don't know what she was like.

-I know she cares about you.

-I couldn't move.

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She wouldn't let me have a boyfriend or let me go out.

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Every time I did something, she'd clutch her chest, say I was bringing on an attack.

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The thought of her cooing over Alice, smothering her...

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You've got to help me.

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Your parents brought Alice in to the police station. She's with social services.

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At least she's not with them.

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And the police want to talk to you. About a suspicious death.

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What? You mean the guy in the hotel?

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You... You said I could trust you!

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No, he just needs to eliminate you from...

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-Couldn't you have stopped her?

-I thought you were going to give me five minutes?

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Yeah, well, a call came in. I need to be back at the station.

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Oh, well, I'm going to tell the Bancrofts their daughter's alive and well.

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Why can't I come to London with you?

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-Who's going to pay to have you? Look at the state of you.

-You weren't saying that last night.

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It didn't mean anything, Donna. It's just what's in your head, remember?

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-How long has this been going on?

-Ah, listen to you. Bet you sound like your mother.

-The man is dead!

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-I'm going to the police to tell them I had nothing to do with it.

-Don't be stupid.

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-You'll ruin everything.

-I want to get Alice back.

-You are going nowhere, love!

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Get out! Move it!

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-What are you doing? You can't leave her there.

-No. Let me out! Open the door!

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Give me your key. Now!

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He's taken the key. I'm going to get help.

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-Where?

-Your mum and dad.

-No, Cal, please. You can't.

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-They'll know what to do.

-They've put Alice in care!

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What?

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I don't believe you, Donna. You're lying.

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-I don't believe you!

-Cal! Cal!

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There we go. How was that? Not bad, eh?

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Jack! You weren't even watching.

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I'm just texting Sarah.

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You know they actually passed each other in the street the other day? Didn't have a clue.

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I use these to wipe off all traces of perfume

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so they don't smell each other on me.

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Birdjuggler.com recommends that you buy both girls the same perfume,

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I just haven't got the cash.

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You what?! There are actually websites for slimeballs like you?

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Yeah. Good, practical advice.

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Ooh, that is disgusting.

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CAR ENGINE STARTS

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CAR STUTTERS OFF

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She, er, she looked well. A bit thin, maybe.

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-Thank you, Doctor Clay. Thank you so much.

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-Is it true?

-This is the girl who...

-Did you put her in care?

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-It was you. You left the baby.

-I thought you'd look after her. I thought you'd love her.

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-Really love her. Give her a better life.

-Do you know where Donna is?

-That's what they did to me.

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I never had any of this.

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Never had anyone love me. Nobody ever has, you know.

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-Ever.

-I wanted to keep her, more than anything. They MADE me take her in.

-You've got to get her back.

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-I'm Donna's GP. If you could take us to her...

-No way.

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I trusted you.

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Donna will never forgive me for this.

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-Donna wouldn't want Alice in care. You could help us find her.

-No.

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Graham, do something.

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I can't. Bea... You and Donna...

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You're no good for each other. No good's going to come of you being together again.

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-Graham!

-Bea, take it easy.

-Was it you who made Donna leave, then? Like you made her give Alice away?

-What?

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MOBILE RINGS You don't know the half of it.

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-Rob?

-'Can you do us a favour?'

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We traced those prints and found Donna Bancroft locked in the flat.

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-She hurt her hand trying to get out. It needs looking at.

-Right, I'll be right in.

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-What is it?

-They've found Donna.

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-If you'll just sign here, please.

-Do you... Do you know how he died?

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-We'll have to wait for the postmortem for that, I'm afraid.

-KNOCK AT DOOR

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Excuse me.

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All right. OK. Thanks.

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Donna, I'm sorry about this but the information was passed on without my knowledge.

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Your mother knows where you are and she's on her way.

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-I've got to get out.

-Wait.

-I've got to!

-Wait.

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If you really don't want to see her, talk to her face to face.

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Make it easier for everyone.

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I can't.

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-How did it go? Did you speak to her?

-Get away from me. I haven't seen her and I'm not going to.

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-It'll be different when you see her.

-Keep out. You've done enough damage.

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-You're not going, Donna. You've got to see her.

-Let me go!

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-You've got a mother who loves you. I'm not going to let you throw that away.

-Leave me alone!

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Mrs Bancroft, where are ya? Quick!

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-Mrs Bancroft! Where are you? Quick! Donna's here.

-OK, OK, what's going on?

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Cal, please!

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Donna.

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-Let's find an interview room.

-I'm going nowhere!

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Think about Alice.

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You should get her back but displaying a mature attitude would help.

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This needs sorting out, Donna.

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I don't know why I'm here.

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I don't want anything to do with her.

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Donna, there's...something I need to tell you.

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Something that might help you understand why I'm...

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the way I am.

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I can't.

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I can't do it.

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Please, Graham, will you...?

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When she was 21 years old, your mother was raped.

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She was terrified something like that would happen to you.

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Was he...?

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But I thought...

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Is that...

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who...my father is?

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It doesn't matter about that now. I've always loved you.

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-You were as precious to me...

-And you've known about it all this time?

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-And you never told me?

-I couldn't.

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I feel sorry for you. I do, but...

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I still can't come home.

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Donna...

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You don't know what a sad, narrow little life I had.

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When she brought me to see you, it was all hidden.

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Do you know how strange I was?

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I never had a friend.

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Not one.

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She made me too scared to talk to other children.

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I didn't speak at all, not one word, for a whole year.

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She never took me near a doctor then.

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She made me wear little girl clothes -

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pretty dresses, ankle socks -

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right up until I was 15.

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I couldn't so much as walk from one room to another

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without being asked what I was doing.

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-I loved you. I cared about you.

-She locked me in my room so I couldn't go out at night.

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I'm a mess.

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And you did it.

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I couldn't judge people properly.

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You know...you made the world MORE dangerous for me.

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I couldn't tell what was good from what was bad.

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-Do you know what I did last night? Have they told you?

-Yes.

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The irony.

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You must understand. You must understand now.

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I could understand.

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But it wouldn't give me my childhood back.

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I won't let the same happen to Alice.

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But it wouldn't be the same. It would all be different.

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Please, darling, come home. Let me make it nice for you.

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For you both.

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I've got to go.

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Maybe, er...

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Maybe she should have some space.

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I can't.

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Before you go...

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I've got someone you might like to see.

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-Alice!

-We'll look after her together. We'll both get jobs.

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We'll take turns looking after her.

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We've got to look forward, Bea, hmm? Find some time for us.

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I know.

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She might get in touch though, mightn't she?

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Once she's thought things through.

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Word from social services. They need to run some checks

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-but I think they're going to give the baby back to Donna.

-Oh, thanks.

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-It was good the way you got them to sit down and talk.

-Families, eh?

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They're good when they work.

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Yeah...I wouldn't know.

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I shopped him.

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I'll get you...

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-you stupid tarts.

-What?

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We meant to be scared or something? You'd better watch yourself.

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I know a lot more about you than you think.

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Oh. I got a present...for Alice.

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Cal! She's only six months old. And anyway...

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-I can't stand that story.

-Ah, it's lovely.

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They used to have it in one of the children's homes.

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She can look at the pictures.

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-Oh, can I?

-Sure.

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I'm gasping for a fag.

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And they all lived happily ever after.

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-PHONE RINGS

-What a fat lot of good you were.

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I think I was pretty decent anyway.

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Hi, Grace.

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Yeah...me too.

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Yeah, that's right. Seven o'clock at the Icon.

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SHE MOUTHS

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Hold on a sec, er...

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I've got a call coming through from my tutor. Can I put you on hold?

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OK.

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What?

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You've got it the wrong way round.

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-You're meeting Sarah at seven and then Grace...

-No, I'm not.

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Back again.

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Is there any chance we can make it ten o'clock at the Union Bar?

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Sinnott's on my back.

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I've got this essay to finish and it's nearer the library.

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Great, I'll see you then.

0:25:410:25:43

Well remembered. You, Imogen Hollins, are a lifesaver.

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And you, Jack Hollins, are disgusting. I don't know why I bother.

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Because you want me to take you out in the car again?

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THAT is the last help that you get from me.

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I'm not getting involved in your sordid affairs again, you understand?

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And driving lesson number two is tomorrow.

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No rest for the wicked. Time to get up.

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Hi, Grace.

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Sarah! Sarah, of course it's you.

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-Oi!

-You're twisted!

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I don't drink Chardonnay, Patrick.

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Andy, no!

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He's not breathing. Help me, Josh. What do I do?

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