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Future Perfect

A young woman cannot face the future, but when her life takes a tragic turn, Freya finds herself in a race against time to give her a second chance.


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# Three little speckled frogs

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# Sat on a speckled log

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# Eating some most delicious bugs. #

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Sorry. I'm sorry.

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Hong Kong wanted to speak to me.

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-Their site's still not working properly.

-That's fine.

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Traffic was a nightmare. Hello, my darling little girl.

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Are ready for your first ever holiday, sweetheart?

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-Edinburgh seems a bit far away now.

-Don't worry, we'll Skype you.

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I, um, I've packed her raincoat,

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her wellies, her sunhat, just in case.

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That's fine.

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Oh! And, um, don't forget the...

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Baby monitor and the glass bottle. I've got it.

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OK.

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Everything's going to be all right.

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Um...Jenny's coming, too.

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-Come on, sweetheart.

-What?

-Come on.

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She didn't think she could get time off. She just got the all clear.

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Oh.

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Honestly, she's great with Lola.

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-They get on like a house on fire. Don't you, eh?

-Do they?

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Be more fun, won't it, Lola, eh? Someone else to play with.

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-Sorry, I couldn't tell you before. We didn't know for sure.

-No.

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No, it's fine.

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-I've got to spend some time at Mum's before we go, so...

-Of course.

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I love you, darling.

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We'll see you in a couple of days.

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-What are you going to be doing while we're away?

-Oh, you know. Things.

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OK.

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Bye, then.

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(Bye.)

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PHONE BLEEPS

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Come on in. Have a seat.

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Still keeping up with your woodland therapy?

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-What?

-Come here.

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There we go. All done.

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Thanks. I try to get to the park every day.

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That's good. Sit down.

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Thanks.

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So, how have you been?

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Fine.

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Just fine?

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Good.

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The anti-depressants have really helped and...

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I'm beginning to see the wood for the trees.

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Really?

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Actually, I think they've been too good.

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What do you mean?

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I wanted to stop feeling, and I have. I'm...totally numb.

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That loss of feeling,

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it could be a side effect from the medication,

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but it's more than likely

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that it's just your depression pushing through again.

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We can adjust your prescription.

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It can take a few weeks to find the right balance.

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Two years is a little late for post-natal depression.

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There's no time limit.

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Having a baby, that's life-changing.

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And to become a single parent so soon...

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No. It's no excuse.

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Be gentle with yourself, Colette.

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You will get through this. And the anti-depressants, they are just there to help you.

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No. I want to stop taking them.

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I feel...that if I don't stop,

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I'm... I'm going to disappear.

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HESTON HUMS A TUNE

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Welcome, my very own queen of the night!

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All right?

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-Have you talked to Marcus about how you're feeling?

-No.

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Marcus is moving on.

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I should be, too.

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Is Lola with him today?

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Yes.

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All weekend.

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In Scotland.

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She's going on her first holiday. With Marcus and his new partner.

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How does that make you feel?

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Glad.

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Glad she'll be with someone who'll make her happy.

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You make her happy, too, Colette.

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It's just you can't see that at the moment.

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Maybe.

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It'll be a while before I can afford to take her on holiday, though.

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I think every day's a holiday when you're Lola's age.

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Colette, I really think it would help you

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to talk about what you're going through.

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Have you had a chance to contact any of the support groups?

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I tried, but I couldn't go through with it.

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That's OK.

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If you stay on the anti-depressants,

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they'll give you the confidence to face talking to people.

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-But I want to feel normal again.

-And you will.

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We can adjust the level of anti-depressants that you're on

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so it's right for you, but...

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if you come off them now,

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I-I think it'll make you feel worse.

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-OK.

-Great.

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Ah! So...

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have you got any plans for the weekend?

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Yes, I have.

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Girls' night out?

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You know, maybe now's the perfect time

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for you to contact one of those groups I recommended.

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Yes. Good idea.

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There you go.

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-Thanks for being so patient with me.

-Not at all.

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Thanks.

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Goodbye.

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It's tricky getting hold of you because I've got patients...

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I'll speak to you later. Yeah. Bye.

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-Everything OK?

-Yep. Er, just, er,

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upgrading our home broadband.

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-What?

-Yeah. We live fast-paced lives,

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so I thought I'd get go-faster broadband.

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Once the baby comes, I won't be able to sort it out.

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You OK?

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Well, I'm 19 weeks

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and I still haven't felt the baby move. Look, you feel.

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Zara, you know more than anyone,

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first-time mothers are the last to feel their babies kicking.

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It's different when it's YOUR baby that isn't moving.

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-You worry too much.

-You can't just fob me off with doctor-speak.

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All right. Look, if you're that worried,

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we can get you another scan.

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No, it's all right.

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I don't want to join the ranks of neurotic first-timers.

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I've got to get on.

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-Right.

-So, catch you later, yeah?

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Sure.

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PHONE BLEEPS

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HORN BLASTS

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PHONE RINGS

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Aren't you going to answer that?

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No.

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Who are you trying to avoid?

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Believe it or not, my own son.

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-Patrick? Must be serious.

-Yes, it is.

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-I've found out that he's having an affair.

-Not that serious.

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Well, not for you maybe, but I'm used to being the wronged wife,

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not the one that's involved in all the duplicity.

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How would you cope with all the lies, the sneaking around and...?

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Sorry. Nothing personal.

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Well, in my experience,

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it's usually the man making all the sneaky phone calls,

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doing all the lying.

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He's involved me in the subterfuge. I don't want anything to do with it!

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Tell him you're not having it.

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I would, if I could get him to listen to me.

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I can't have a proper conversation with him.

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He's so distracted, nothing I say goes in.

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Right.

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He's so secretive, as well.

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I mean, that's when he's not actually lying to me, that is, or...

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telling me one thing and doing something completely different.

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I know exactly what you mean.

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I'm trying to understand him, I really am.

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I'm trying to see his point of view.

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But all I can think about is...

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what is going to happen to Sally and Chloe if this carries on?

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The whole thing just explodes in his face?!

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What do you think? Am I being a stupid idiot?

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No. He is the stupid, selfish idiot.

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He's the one betraying her trust and love in him.

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He's the one jeopardising their future together.

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CLASSICAL MUSIC

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Oh!

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UPBEAT MUSIC

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Ooo! Takes me back.

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Discos. Spiky hair.

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-# Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo. #

-I'm afraid punk rather passed me by.

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-Is she always like this?

-Dunno.

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Oh. That goes upstairs, to our bedroom.

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Oh, I'll take that.

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No, you're all right.

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Um, might I suggest a tea break?

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Builder's for me, Choo-Choo.

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-Coffee.

-As luck would have it,

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-your mother and I brought back wonderful coffee from a bar...

-Instant will do.

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-Not on the piano!

-Oh.

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You were right.

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-What about?

-Patrick's not the only one.

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I think Daniel's having an affair.

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What?!

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He's behaving just like your son. It's obvious!

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Oh, Zara.

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For once in my life, I'm relying on a man.

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-For once in my life, I needed someone that I can rely on.

-Zara?

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-I am going to kill him. This is not the hormones talking.

-Zara?

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Daniel is not having an affair!

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I mean, it's obvious to everybody he's completely smitten with you.

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None of us have seen him like this before, believe you me.

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-Yeah, right(!)

-Well, it's not just because of the baby either.

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Have you got any proof he's having an affair?

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No, but look at the way he's behaving.

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He usually tells me everything, now it's all secrets and lies!

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There is no way that Daniel

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is going to jeopardise what he's got with you.

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He's up to something.

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It's probably some medical stuff he doesn't want to bore you with.

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You two were made for each other. You know that!

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We'll see.

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'I want to thank you.

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'I want to thank you for trying to help.

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'But medication won't make me a good mother.

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'What good is a miserable mum?

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LULLABY PLAYS 'I know she'll be better off without me.

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'People think you're being selfish.

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'But you're not.

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'It's the opposite.

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'You don't want to inflict the pain.

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'All the excruciating pain,

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'onto anybody else.

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'Say goodbye to Lola for me.

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'Give her a big hug.

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'Tell her her mummy loved her...

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'and always will.

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'Colette.'

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-KNOCK AT DOOR

-Come in.

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Only me. Er, Mrs Jarvis. House call.

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Sorry. I'm on my way.

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Choo-choo!

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Hang on. I don't think the living room can take any more furniture.

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Course it can. Every home needs a nest of tables.

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-It's a bit of a '50s throwback.

-Are you suggesting that I'm a '50s throwback?

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No, no. It just reminds me of my mother.

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Cocktails at six, Valium at midnight.

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Oh. So now I'm your mother.

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Ah! Now, that would look fabulous over the fireplace.

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Look, I hate to say it, Heston, but, er,

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I think it'll be an awful lot better than what's there already.

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I'm not sure I've had my taste in art questioned before, but for you...

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-Ah!

-Do you like it?

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I think it would really bring the whole of that wall to life.

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I'm not sure the wall needs livening up. What do you think, Ian?

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You don't like it.

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Well, I mean, it's striking. Um...

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You think it's common, don't you?

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Er, well, no, not exactly common.

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Then what exactly?

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I had no idea I was moving in with such a snob!

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-I didn't think I'd be living with an arriviste.

-I don't know what that means.

-Exactly.

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'What's happened to me?

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'My face feels funny. W-Why can't I move?

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'I wanted to die.

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'Looks like I'm going to get what I wanted.

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'At least it's not hurting.

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'I didn't want any more pain.

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'I wonder how long it will take.

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'It doesn't matter.

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'Nothing matters any more, as long as it's the end.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Marina, don't be ridiculous! Ian, take that back inside.

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Why? I know when I'm not wanted. Ian? Put it back in there.

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Oh, Ian, hang on.

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I said I didn't like the painting, not I didn't like you.

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I should have known, with all your airs and graces.

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Your Tuscan this and your Tuscan that.

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I was never going to be good enough for you.

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-Come on, you're being childish.

-No. You're the one being childish.

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I'll be all right. I've been on my own before.

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What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

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Oh, so now I'm trying to kill you?!

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Oh! I'm sorry, Heston.

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Me, too. Come here.

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I'm sorry. It's just a painting.

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-No, no. Now, hang on, Ian.

-So, is it in or out?

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-I think I could get used to it.

-No, no, no. We'll put it in the attic.

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You've already got a great picture.

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Yes, but it's your home, too, now. So, Ian...

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..it'll go nicely in the spare room.

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First door on the left, top of the stairs.

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Oh!

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-Over there.

-You're right! You're right!

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Well done, sweetheart. Well done.

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Come on, then. Come on, then.

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-Come on, then, darling.

-Mummy?

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-Mummy?

-Colette?

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'Oh, no. I forgot he was coming.

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'The rabbit!'

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There, sweetheart. Come here, then.

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There you go, darling.

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-Alright?

-Where's Mummy?

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'I want them to get out of here. They can't see me like this!'

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-We'll just see if Mummy's in, OK? There you go.

-Mummy?

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'No! She can't see me like this!'

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-Mummy? Mummy?

-Colette?

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'Just go!' PHONE RINGS

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Hiya, Jenny.

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Yeah, yeah. I'm at Colette's. She forgot Lola's...

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'No, Lola, stay away! Don't come any closer!'

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I know, darling. When Lola's living with us, we won't have all this.

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'What does he mean, living with them?'

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Hold on, darling. I've got a client on the other line.

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'They're going to take Lola away from me!

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'She can't see me like this. It'll frighten her.

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'No, Lola! Mummy doesn't want you to see her like this.

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'Lola...your lovely face.'

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I don't want... I want Mummy!

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'It's OK, Lola. Mummy's just had an accident.

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'Don't be scared.'

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Come on, then, little 'un. Jenny is all packed

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and Granny's got some lovely lemon cake waiting for us.

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Come on. Shall we go?

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'No, Marcus! Bring her back!

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-Mummy?

-Mummy's not here...

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'I won't let them take her away from me.

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'I've got to get out of this!

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-I've got to get help!'

-Where's Mummy?

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-We'll see her in a couple of days.

-'Marcus...!

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'Come back!

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'I need help!'

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That is such good news.

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Thank you. Bye. Bye-bye. Result!

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-Survey came through.

-Yes!

-Completion should be in a few days.

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I think a few celebratory drinks are on.

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Too right. Just as soon as I can give Zara the slip.

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Right! Jimmi, out!

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You are up to something, Daniel. The last time I saw you being this cloak and dagger,

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you were pulling the wool over Lisa's eyes with me!

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-What?

-It is pathetic! The subterfuge, the feeble excuses!

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Whoa-whoa! Hold on, hold on.

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No. All right? I wanted it to be a surprise.

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What?!

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OK. Um,...

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How would you like to spend a few days at the Fernley Hall Spa

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on a mother-to-be pamper weekend?

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TEARFUL: Is that what all the... subterfuge has been about?

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Yes. Look, I wanted it to be a surprise.

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Jimmi was passing on ideas from Cherry,

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I was looking at prices, venues.

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-So, no super-fast broadband?

-No.

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So, come on, how about it?

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Massage, manicures, fluffy towels, uggy puggy.

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Well, take away the mothers-to-be...and I'd love it!

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-Yeah?

-Oh, thank you!

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-OK.

-That is so thoughtful!

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Oh! My hormones!

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I'm so sorry. They're turning me into a jealous monster!

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You don't need to be jealous, OK? I'm your man.

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-I'll see you this evening, then.

-Yeah.

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We can start...the pampering...then.

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Ooh!

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Fernley Hall Spa, please.

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'I'm tired.

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'It feels like everything's shutting down.

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'Stay awake.

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'That's what they say, isn't it?

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'When you're hurt.

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'Don't fall asleep.

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'It's hard, though.

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'I can't hear anything.

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'No traffic, nothing.

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'Stay awake, Colette.

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'Think of all the things you'd like to do.

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'Think of the future.

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TEARFUL: 'I want to take Lola to the park again. Sing to her.'

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INDISTINCT CHATTER

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# Four little speckled frogs

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# Sat on a speckled log

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# Eating some most delicious bugs

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# Yum, yum. #

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LULLABY PLAYS

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PHONE RINGS

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LANDLINE PHONE RINGS

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello?

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Mr Coleman, it's Dr Wilson. I'm trying to get hold of Colette.

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Do you know where she is? It's... It's quite urgent.

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No. Er, I saw her this morning, but not since then. What's up?

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Um, I'm afraid I can't say.

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It's... It's just really important that I speak to her.

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She's not answering her mobile or picking up the landline.

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I was at the house earlier. She wasn't there.

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Are you sure she wasn't there? Did you try upstairs?

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Yeah. She wasn't in. Has something happened?

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I...can't say.

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But i-if you do hear from her, will you please get her to ring me?

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-'Right.'

-Thank you.

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You ready?

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-'Dr Wilson.'

-Yeah. Dr Wilson, it's Marcus.

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Um, I've just remembered, Colette's handbag was on the hall table

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and the front door wasn't double locked.

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I think she might be at the house.

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-FRANTIC KNOCKING

-Colette? Colette! It's Dr Wilson!

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I've left Lola with her grandma.

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-All right. OK. You check upstairs.

-OK.

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Colette?

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Oh, no! Marcus, you need to phone an ambulance now!

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OK. Colette...?

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Colette? Can you hear me, sweetheart?

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Colette? Wake up, Colette.

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-Have you taken anything?

-As quick as you can.

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Blink once for yes, twice for no.

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Good girl. I think you might have suffered from a stroke, Colette.

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'I'm alive.'

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But the ambulance is on its way.

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-We're going to do everything we can to help you.

-Hang in there, Col.

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'I've got another chance!'

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Lola's with Grandma. I'll bring her to see you soon.

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'I'm not going to lose her now.'

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It's all right, darling. It's OK.

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A word of advice. A good argument clears the air.

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Your relationship will be all the better for it.

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Your mother and I had a few on holiday. All now forgotten.

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More than forgotten. Come here, you.

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It makes the making up so much sweeter.

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Pity Lily and Christine couldn't understand that.

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Ancient history, Choo-Choo.

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I suggest we do a bit more making up, Chee-Chee.

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Sorry.

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Yeah, well, I've got to go now.

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Oh! Don't.

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Ian, I can't thank you enough for today.

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It's so much nicer to have a friendly face than a stranger.

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Right.

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He doesn't like conflict.

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Just like his dad.

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About, um, Saturday. It's just, you know, I've got these tickets.

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I'm busy.

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That doesn't stop you going.

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Go on my own to choose my wedding dress? How sad is that?

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-Give it back!

-What's in the bag, Esme?

-Give it back! Give it back!

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-Come on, Esme, it's only a bit of teasing.

-You think that's funny?

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